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terrorists seek to do they seek to create fearwe will not live in fear" new york city...police on alert, guns out, highly visible after isis reased this new deo bragging about the paris terror attttks, showing imimes of nyc. late last night, the city's mayor and police commissioner stood tough in the middle of times square. bill de blasionyc mayor "make it very clear the people of new york city will not be intimidated" this latest isis propaganda video came 48 hours after another video threatened to strike washington d.c. eleanor homes norton - (dc delegate) "we have more police in the district of columbia than any city in the united statesthey have assured me that they are at a higher level." nats gunfire in france, we're getting a new took at the intense sights and terrifying sounds of that massive terror raid north of paris. swat teams moved in yesterday morning encountering reinforced doors at an isis safe house, a suicide bomber and heavy gunfire. 8 people were arrested...two killed. investigators s e scouring thahasafe house for more clues. dick c crkeabc news cocoterterrorism analyst "to see if they can find traces to other people - finger
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prints, hair samples, anything that would lead them to a broader network of contacts" a senior obama administration official tells abc news there are conflicting reports about whether the suspected ringleader of the attacks, abdelhamid abaahoud (abdel- ha-meed abba-a-ood), died in that raid. the us is waiting for france to officially confirm. kenneth moton, abc nene washington jessica rae: the debate over syrian refugees continues here in the u-s. before the friday paris fran terror attacks, the u-s planned to accept 10 thousand syrian the u-s planned to accept 10 thousand syrian refugege this year. but goveveors in more than ha the country want to block them from entering. and it's becoming a hot topic among republican presidential candidates, president obama slammed the g-o-p while in manilla for suggesting the syrian refugees pose a security threat. republican ted cruz cled the president's comments unbefitting of obama's office.
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jessica rae: iowa senator chuck grassleyeys also joining in on the conversation. he told reporters the u-s nes to take a cautious approach. "and because we don't have a vetting process that would work for syrians, i've called for a hault until we get certification from the intelligence agencies and the fbi that we do have a vetting process to make sure no terrorists come in with other refugees." jessica rae: there are reports at least one of the isis terrorists in paris had recently registered as a syrian refugee in greece. jessica rae: we have an update on the explosion that occured in lytton iowa on tuesday. the sac county sheriff's office has identitied the three men injured in the explosion at the proliant plant in lytton. police say 34-year old earl moore was in a storage tank welding, along with 32 year old mauel ruiz when the explosion occured. both of those men
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were transported to u-n-m-c in omaha. moore's injuries are life threatening and ruiz's are severe. 52 year old dana boom was in the room as well... he was transported toto hospital in lala citytywhere he was treated and released. investigators are still investigating the cause of the explosn. jessica rae: the town of marengo iowa faced a micro- burst earlier this week. the national weather service sent people to survey the damage. many residents thought it was a tornado. the wind ripped off roofs, scattered wooden beams and in general just made a a compmpte mess of debris. john capper dealership manager " if you look, debris went a different direction than where the debris went from the building. we have 2 by 4's driven in the ground some of our debris ended up 12 blocks away downtowno i have a feeling it's more than just a wind. " jessica rae: business and homeowners were grateful to have many volunteers turn out and help clean up after the ststm. " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll tell you about the efforts of a downtown restaurant
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helping the less fortunate celebrate thanksgiving with a traditional feast. stay with us. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news thth morning. " "" scott: good
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today we expect sunshine, but strong winds gusting in from the west and northwest near 50 miles per hour. tonight, the wind will calm down as cloud cover slides in. snow is likely with a system passisi through tomorrrr. we expect moderate to heavy accumulations. a
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winter storm watch has been issued across most of the area. look for 3 to 6 inches of snow north of highway 20 and 1 to 3 inches south of highway 20. temperatures will become cold for the weekend with highs near the freezing mark. today's high is 45 with sunshine, but breezy conditions. the low tonight is 22. the high tomorrow is 35 with snow. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: sunshine, but strong winds gusting in from the west and northwest near 50 miles per hour. tonight, the wind will calm down as cloud cover slides in. snow is likely with a system passing through torrow. we expect moderate to heavy accumulations. a winter storm watch has been issued across most of the area. look for 3 to 6 inches of snow north of highway 20
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and 1 to 3 inches south of highway 2 2 temperatures will become cold for the weekend with highs near the freezing mark. today's high is 45 with sunshine, but breezy conditions. the low tonight is 22. the high tomorrow is 35 with snow. here's the 7 day forecast. jessssa rae scott: sunshine, but strong winds gusting in from the west and northwest near 50 mis per hour. tonight, the wind will calm down as cloud cover slides in. snow is likely with a system passing through tomorrow. we expect moderate to heavy accumulations. a winter storm w wch has been issssd across most of the area. look for 3 to 6 ines of snow north of highway 20 and 1 to 3 inches south of highway 20. temperatures will become cold for the weekend with highs
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near the freezing mark. today's high is 45 with sunshine, but breezy conditions. the low tonight is 22. e high tomorrow is 35 with snow. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: jessica rae:
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consumed about a week from now but for the needy, thanksgiving can be a hard time that's why one local restaurant is opening it's doors this holiday abc9 news reporter bria bell has more on sioux city's rebo's. "we never expected this kind of a turnout," said heather rees. heather, her husband and their in-laws came up with an ia to help the less fornuate by opening up their restaurant on thanksgiving day for a traditional meal. the word spread through social media, but according to heather it was something she could have never imagined. "we put it on facebook and s st out a couple of messages...word of mouth. it just went crazy," said rees. local businesses and people from the community were quick to reach out and donate everything from turkeys, ham, mash potatoes, vegies, and more.... "[we] come here to eat a lot, love rebos and we heard about this generous endeavor on facebook. we'll our family feels very fortunate anan
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butter and waterand also a doantion from our neighbors," said smith. local schools in the sioux city area will volunteer to serve the crowd as three to four hundred people are expected to attend. "from what i heard, the soup kitchen [is] going to be closed. from there we said, 'hey we have all this space and we have people that are willing and wanting to do this," said rees. heather says since opening up the restaurant, this is something that her and her family have always wanted to do. now that they have the space and the help, the timing couldn't be any more perfect. in sioux city, bria bell abc 9 news. jessica rae: rebos will be open on thanksgiving from 11 am to 2 pm. heather and her family plan on making this a tradition for years to come. jeica rae: about two weeks ago we learned both american and united airlines were applying for federal assistance to offer 2 flights a day from sioux city. we now know the sioux city airport
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board prefers the u-s d-o-t offer the service to united airlines. uniteds essential air seseice bid was roughly 900- thousand dollars less than what american is proposing. united's e-a-s proposal also pinted an additional connection to denver could be added at a later date. ultimately adding service to an additional hub would allow for even better access for siouxland travelers. american's current agreement at sioux gateway y expires in aprilil -16. for more o othis story... ju head to siouxland matters dot com. jessica rae: thousands of airport workers across the country are going on strike. and it's causing some panic for holiday travelers workers at airports from chicago, new york, boston, newark liberty, and fort lauderdale are striking for new contracts with benefits and 15 dollars an hour. this comes just about a a ek away from influx expepeed at airports around the nation for the thanksgiving holiday. airliners have expressed their services should not be affected by the strike. " " jessica rae: coming up.... you'll meet an
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adventurer with quite the spontaneous lifestyle many of us dream about. and after the break... i'll show you his
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14-thousand feet mountain peaks in colorado. but it's how he did... and what he did once he reached the top that's making headlines. check it out! " bill kreree lives the spontaneous lifestyle many of us dream about -- the 23-year-old wying county native picked a new place to calt home -- by doing a google search. (bill kresge, mill city native) "i just googled the best ski towns in the united states, and breckinridge, colorado came up, so i packed up my like that, you left? pretty much! so it's probably not came up with a unique way to climb the 14-thousand- foot peaks in colorado -- all 58 of them. "thiis what i did 58 times!" bill -- a plumber by trade -- made his own portable hula hoop out of pvc pipes. then -- one by one --
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he climbed to the top of each mountain -- and to celebrate the victories -- he did a little dance. "i got up p ere, put my hooootogether, and i didn't really practice it too much before, so it took me a few minutes to actually get it going around!" once he found his groove -- bill snapped someme photos with his homemade selfie stick. "everybody goes to a store, buys their selfie sticks, i got mine in the woods, just broke it off a tree!" and he likes to encourage other people to give the hula hoop a try -- so he handed me a matching hawaiian shirt -- "i love that you just had to have an extra one of thehe laying aroundnd and i did my best -- "(laughs) don't zoom in!" -- but i think i'll leave the hula hooping -- and
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mountain climbing -- to bill. (bill kresge, mill city native) "california has some 14-thousand foot mountains too, so i'm thinking about trying to knock some of them out, or do them all! with or without the hoop? oh, i got to have the hula hoop! (laughs)" jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about bill's feat. jessica and scott are chatting about bill's feat. jessica and scott are chatting about bill's feat. ssica and scott are chatting about bill's feat. scott: jessica and scott are chatting about bill's feat. jessica and scott are chatatng about bill's'seat. jessica and scotot are chatting about bill's feat. scott: good morning siouxland. temperatures are in the 20s and 30s early on this thursday. the wind will be the big story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wind advisory
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effect until 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which is a nice change of pace after some damp and dreary conditions. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are going to top out in the middle 40s. scott: here's a quick on this thursday. the wind will be the big story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wind advisory in effect until 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which is a nice change of pace after some damp and dreary conditions. here's the dayplanner where temperatures d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safelyeveryone... ott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... gordon drive and on 6th street. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... daily fantasy sports is one of the hottest rising
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past times in the country... but its actually illegal to play in iowa. and after the brbrk... i'll bring you the details on the push to lift that ban. i brought in some protein to get us moving. i'm new ensure active high protein. i help you recharge with nutritious energy and strength. i'i' take that. yeeeeeah!new ensure active high protein. 16 grams of protein and 23 vitamins and minerals.
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has become a multi-billion dollar industry thanks to a version of the game c cled "daily fantasy sports," which allow ayers to wager on daily or weekly leagues offering huge jackpots. however, after new york's attorney general ruled daily fantasy sports was a form of illegal gambling in the state... the future of the booming industry seems uncertain. in fact, 7 states now have bans on daily fantasy sports, including iowa. abc9 news reporter deborah souverain has more on y iowans are blocked from scoring in daily
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fantasy leagues. "natpop -- "go go go!," said nyoki "ohh,come on!," unidentified man at bar. "are you a cowboys fan?" these dallas cowboy fans.are getting nervous especially...nyoki mokeba. natpop - "couple points right there. there we go!" said nyoki mokeba (shot from end of the bar) the cowboys are down.. but that's not why nyoki is nervous. he's got two fantasy draft picks ininhe game. d in his league...a loss on the fantasy field....is a realalife fumble. natpop - "this league is a money league. it was 50 dollars a person to play and it's winner take all," said nyoki. while it's just a friendly wager... his fantasy league is actually against the law. "really, wow. that's new to me," said mokeba. i didn't know that." under iowa code...pay to play games are illegal... players must personally know their league partners. and you can't win or lose more than 200 dollars a day. ioio attorney general tom miller says these laws are blocking iowans from scoring in the daily fantasy major leagues. "the amount of potential winnings - if you watch tv - they are just huge, hundreds of thousands of
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attorney general. "well beyond the $200 lilit in iowa law," said miller. so how much more are thth..... natpop - "over three hundred million bucks this baseball season and the games are one day..so you can play for your share every single day." t.v. commercial unlike traditional fantasy sports, daily fantasy sports allow ers to buy into short-term mega cash leagues. natpop - the money is real, and with no season commitment you play when you want. but the big bucks are out of bounds for iowans. however, some lawmakers have tried to change that. this is an issue that definitely got a lot of attention in des moineses said rick bertrand sioux city senator. earlier this year...sioux city
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pass a bill that would have defined fantasy sports as a game of skill. "we pushed it through the house and it got through the state government committee in the house and it stalled on the floor andnd think that's w wre we are at moving into this next session," said rtrand bertrand says...opponents in the legislator were concerned about the impact it would have on the state's current gaming industry. there is also fear from critics that the re of huge jackpots could fuel gambliing dictions. however, gambling therapist...jamaine mauer says the size of the winnings don't play a role in addiction. "a lot of the activity that's happening in the brain is similar sites like draft king and fan duel can operate in other states, it all comes down to a loop-hole in the federal law. the 2006 unlawful internet gambling enforcement act shut-down most online gambling. however, the same law also
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lists "fantasy or simulation sports" as a game of skskl... not one of luck... which removes it from the category of gambling. jessica rae: and if youj a fantasy sports better in south dakota it appears you're still in the clear...for now. gaming officials in south dakota and the state's attorney general met in deadwood to review the state's stance on fantasy sports betting, at the end of the meeting, the commission claimed it didn't have jurisdiction over online fantasy sports, failing to provide ththclarity jackley had hoped for. " jessica rae: coming up.... coffee in the morning is america's favorite pick me up... but can that cup of joe. actually helyou live longer? we'll go on the health beat... after the break. scott: " " scott:good morning siouxland. let's get a
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outside on the port neal welding compy skycam hd anthe king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. mperatures are in the 20s and 30s early on this thursday. the wind will be the big story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wind advisory in effect until 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which is a nice change of pace after some damp and dreary conditions. here's a look at the stormcmct hd where today we expect sunshine, but strong winds gusting in from the west and northwest near 50 miles per hour. tonight, the wind will calm down as cloud cover slides in. snow is likely with a system passing through tomorrow. we expect moderate to heavy accumulations. a winter storm watch has been issued across most of the area. ok for 3 to 6
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and 1 to 3 inches south of highway 20. temperatures will beco cold for the weekend with highs near the freezing mark. today's high is 45 with sunshine, but breezy conditions. the low tonight is 22. the high tomorrow is 35 with snow. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. temperatures are in the 20s and 30s early on this thursday. the wind will be the big story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon.
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advisory in effect until 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which is a nice change of pace after some damp and dreary conditions. here's a look at the stormcast hd where today we e eect sunshine, , t strong winds gusting in from the west and northwest near 50 miles per hour. tonight, the wind will calm down as cloud cover slides in. snow is likely with a system passing through tomorrow. we expect moderate to heavy accumulations. a winter storm watch has been issued across most of the
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inches of snow north of highway 20 and 1 to 3 inches south of highway 20. temperatures will become cold for the e weekend with highs near the freezing mark. today's high is 45 with sunshine, but breezy conditions. the low tonight is 22. women's health initiatives are everywhe... and we're often pretty good about keeping up with those routine tests. but, there are far fewer times, it seems, when men's health is put in the spotlight. well, not anymore thanks to "movember" and one local effort to educate men about prostate cancer. c9 news anchor nna rehnstrom
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"[i'm] still kickin', still kickin'," says chuck johnson of sioux city. ep," comments his wife, jan. jenna rehnstrom chuck & jan johnson from sioux city have plenty of quiet time, now that their kids are raised and both are retired. they also feel thankful for this time they have together, after two major medical scares. chuck had open heart a year and a half ago and also survived prostate cancer back in his 50's. chuck says, "we opopd to have it removed d d be done with it and i've been 13 years [cancer free]." jan says, "it's a huge decision; it's a big surgery, and a lot of recoup [time] afterwards." "life changing," chuck chimes in. "it's life changing," jan says. "but we're really thankful he was on top of it." jenna rehnstrom chuck's cancer was caught by a psa screing. it's a simple blood draw that checks the level of prostate- specific antigen. that's produced by the prostate. levels under four are normal. elivated levels can mean cancer or other prososte problems. chuck saysys"[i] went fromom seven to a 10 in less than a year." jenna rehnstrom chuck and jan credit their doctor for pushing for the psa test. there's conflicting advice about the screening. some groups even
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recommend against it all together. but dr. james webb from unitypoint's sunnybrook clinic believes it's part of a good approach to overall wellness. . webb says, "i've been practicing fofo 25 years and rather than do this (motions going up and down) with my recommendations, i try to have a real level approach to what the truth is for screening, and for me it's finding cancers early and treating them appropriately." dr. webb recommmmds psa screenininevery other year starting at 40 and then annually starting at 50. nna rehnstrom chuck and jan believe in it, too, and recommend the screening for family members. chuck says men may get a bad rap about taking care of their own health... chuck says, "there's fight prostate
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cancer will be held today. it's called movember and it's being held at unity-point health saint lukes from 4 to 7 p-m today there'll be a simple blood test available for guys for just 33 dollars. there will aslo be a blazing wing challange and the strut your scruff beard contest at 6. jessica rae: the number of adults in the united states who smoke has declined by about 10 percent t er the past 18 years. a new study found just under 15 percent of americans currently smoke. that's the lowest percentage since this survey began in 19-97... c-d-c researchers say the reduction is due to smoking bans, increasing costs of cigarettes, awareness campaigns, and improved access to tools that can help smokers kick the habit. health officials aim to see the rcentage of ininviduals who smokok drop to 12 percent or less by the year 20-20. jessica rae: it's time to re- think some of our eating and spending habits, and that includes how much we dish out at the grocery store. eating right on a budget starts with a little planning. " (ann dunaway
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teh/registered dietitian nutritionist)"plan out your meals in advance, make a grocery shopping list and stick to that list when you're shopping." jessica rae: another thought... double a recipe from time to time so you can freeze part of it for anototr day. buying in bulk is often cheaper. it's recommended you fill half your plate with fruits and veggies... and buying ones that are in season is often cheaper. fill the other half of your plate with whole grains and lean meats. and if you want to save a little on that meat? "(ann dunaway teh/registered dietitian nutritionist) "one way to make your meat dollars go further is by adding beans to the mixture and then you can stretch the e at and actually use less in the same dish." jessssa rae: controlling portion sizezes another way y help your budgdg. experts say if something is in front of us we tend to eat it even when we're full. so try using smaller plates. and finally,ave going out to eat for special occasions. dining out is almost always more expensive than cooking your own. jessica rae: according to a new study... drinking coffee, whether regular or decaf, could reduce the risk of death. the study included more than 2-hundred thouound women and 50-thousand d men. accocoing to the
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coffee daily... even up to four cups per day... are less likely to die from heart disease, neurological disease, type 2 diabetes or suicide than others. jessica rae: there is a growing concern about super-bugs ... an antibiotic resistant bacteria that can be found in food. abc's george stephanopoulos has more on a new report hihilighting the problem.m. and what can b b done about it. "this morning, consumer reports has released a new report ? saying that meat and poultry raised without antibiotics are less likely to have drug resistant bacteria, than meats from animals that get antibiotics routinely. dr urvashi rangan / consumer reports' food safety and sustainability centerwe are very concerned with this trend. according to the cdc at least 2 million americans get antibiotic-resistant fections every year andndonsumer reportrtis concerned thth regular use of antibiotics in animals raised for food is lessening the effectiveness of antibiotics in the future. dr uashi rangan / consumer reports' food safety and sustainability center: that is in fact the public health crisis we have going on today? that antibiotics are less effective in treating illness the organization found that ground beef raised from cows regularly given with antibiotics was twice
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as likely to carry superbugs than cows raised without them. antibiotics are often used to promote growth and prevent disease in the meat and poultry industry. the f-d-a plans to phase out antibiotics to promote growth.. but healththanimals can ststl get them for disease prevention... in a statement, the beef and poultry industries tell abc news... dr urvashi rangan / consumer reports' food safety and sustainability center: healthy animals are fed low levels of antibiotics on a daily basis ? that particular method we are extremely concerned about jessica rae: the holidays are approaching and sometimes our busy schedules mean exercise takes a back seat. sometimes our busy schedules mean exercise takes a back seat. but working out is one of the best gifts we can give ourselves and those we love. if you want to live longer, stay leaner, and keep your mind young... ab your tennis shoes and get moving. health experts
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say you should be getting 30 minutes of resistance training a week. and make sure the exercise is enough to break a sweat for the whole 30 minutes. " (dr. michael roizen/cleveland clinic) decreases heart attacks, decreases arythmias, decreases cancer body. almost every because what exercise does is improve immune function. jessica rae: and working out muscles but also builds your brain. exercise helps prevent the loss of brain volume as we age. it helps keep our brain circuits young and our thinking sharp. and being physical active can enrich our golden years. "(dr. michael roizen/cleveland clinic) not only do you live longer, but you compress the period of disability so you live healthier, longer. jessica rae: and experts add, you're never too old to start exerersing. jessica rae: the clock is ticking for health insurance. open enrollment has already started, but it is not too late to get signed up. free health insurance enrollment assistance is available at a couple of planned parenthoods across northwest iowa, where they will
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sit down with you to discuss the many options and plans you are eligible for. "insurance and health care is full of lingo and the plans vary so much, by just a little bit, that it really helps to have somemee there to just hold your hand and plain things as you're going along. it can be a very intimidating process when you're talking about your income, your health and the law," said radloff. walk-ins are accepted, but it is highly recommended you schedule an appointment before-hand. open enrollment closes on jan. 31st jessica rae: the nebraskastate patrol seat be survivor award was handed oulast night. here's susan risinger with the details. " a meadow grove man was honored wednesday with the nebraska state patrol seat belt survivor award. gregory greve's vehicle was totaled in an accident august 3rd, but because he was wearing a seat belt, he received only bruises and a broken bone in his foot. greve says he and his wife are compulsive seat belt users - and insist that anyone in their car also be properlylyestrained. the e rtheast players drama club
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invites you to dinner and a play saturday. the northeast community college organization is performing "that's not how i remember it" saturday night in the lifelong learning center. doors open at 6. dinner is served at 6:30, and the performance is scheduled for 7:15. the nebraska association of school boards has named a battle creek public schools administrator superintendent of the year. jay bellar is in his 18th year as battle creek superintendent and 9th year as a member of the n nraska school activitieie association bod of directors. he was voted chairman this past summer. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjug, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " jessica rae: coming up in sports... the g-pac basketball season tipped off with a top-25 battle atbriaiacliff. highlighgh from the chargers and dakota wesleyan are up ahead. scott: stay tuned for
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take center stage
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the rest of this week, but last night, it was all about t college basketball. here's chris with highlights from briar cliff chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. it's hard to believe but gpac basketball teams have been in action for just about three weeks now and last night, the conference schedule kicked off. the marquee matchup of the night was at the newman flanagan center where 9th ranked briar cliff hosted number 24 dakota wesleyan. the chargers wearing warmup shirts in honor of legendary coach ray nacke who passed away two months ago. both teams come out hoho..austin lefler...with the hesitation a a then no doubt about it, chargers up 3 early. but the tigers respond immediately...trae bergh pulls up from steph curry range and tickles the twine to tie it up. back come the chargers...clay harreld, takes the handoff and cans it, bcu goes up 1. then, movement away from the ball...austin homan cut...chargers open the lead up to three. later in the half...homan, with the crossover and one...but dakota upset,t,01-95. court, the chargers taking on the undefeated tigers. third quarter, lexi henschke, drives the
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roll...chargers up 15. on the other end, amber bray, fighting through tons of contact, she had a team high 14 for dwu. late in the quarter...jessi corrick calls for the iso, she gets the hoop and the hack...bcu back up 14. then in the fourth, the chargers don't let up....kaylee blake goes up and under for the deuce. bcu stays pepeect, 70-55. coming up later today we'll have action from cedar falls as mmc and akron-westfield play for state championships. tune in at 5, 6, and 10 for those highlights but for now, let's throw it back over to you. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. temperatates are in the 20s and 30s early on this thursday. thth wind will be the big story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wind advisory in effect until 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which is a nice change of
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on this thursday. the wind will be the big story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wiwi advisory in effect uil 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which is a nice change of pace after some damp and dreary conditions. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are going to top out in the middls. rae thanks scott... on this thursday. the wind will be the big story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wind advisory in effefe until 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which is a nice change of pace after some damp and dreary conditions. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are going to top out in the middle 40s. wind will be the big story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wind advisory in effect until 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which having one of its best days in weeks. kendis gibson and reena ninan have
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the details. good morning. topping "america's money" -- stocks rallying. >> the dow gaining more than 47 points yesterday. the s & p 500 climbs 43. >>ed that afteterod that the u.s. economy is strong enough to withstand an interest rate hit. what oprah did for books she's doingng for weight watches as well. >> t the stocks went up since she's joined the weighgh loss program and become part of the board of directors. a new con kord will fly. test flights expected to start inin sixyears. the first commercial flights two years later. >> i wonder what the frequent
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flyer program is for that.
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that's mmp mrn.magazine's 'sexiest man alive' for 20- 15. the 40-year-old ex-soccer star and father of four...calls it a "huge honor"... but says he's not sure he is deserving of the title and doesn't think of himself as sexy. beckham takes the crown from actor chris hemsworth, last year's winner. jessica rae: the nutcrackck is one of theheost famous ballets of all time... t there are no toe shoes or tutus in this production. this rendition in new york is all about sneakers and the street... and it will put you in the holiday spirit in the most unexpected way. take a look. " it may sound familiar...but this version of tchaikovsky's the nutcracker gets a totally modern twist... both in how it sounds and how the dance is performed...because this is not a ballet
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jennifer web is the choreographer and one of the directors... the idea for the hip p nutcracker was conceived here at the united palace of cultural arts in washington heights. there are 11 dancers in this production... and particularly exciting for the adults in the audience-- the king of rap--kurtis blow appears opening night he thinks the show will inspire future performers. as are those in the production like 23 year old derek matterson an the absolutely gorgeous score. jessica rae scott: version of
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totally modern twist... both in how it sounds and how the dance is performed...because this is not a balletbut a hip hop versrsn of the classic. jennifer weber is the choreographer and one of the directors... the idea for the hip hop nutcracker was conceived here at the united palace of cultural arts in washington heights. there are 11 dancers nutcracker. jessica and scott are chatting about the hip hop nutcracker. jessica and scott are chattiti about the hip hop nutcracker. jessica and scott are chatting about the hip hop nutcracker. scott:today we expect sunshine, but nutcracker. jessica and scott are chatting about near 50 miles per hour. tonight, the wind will calm down as cloud cover slidid in. snow is likely with a system
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expect moderate to heavy accumulations. a winter storm watch has been issued across most of the area. look for 3 to 6 inches of snow north of highway 20 and 1 to 3 inches south of highway 20. temperatures will become cold for the weekend with highs near the freezing mark. today's high is 45 with sunshine, but breezy conditions. the low tonight is 22. the high tomorrow is 35 with s sw. here's the 7 day forecast. near 50 miles per hour. tonight, the wind will calm down as cloud cover slides in. snow is likely with a system passing through tomorrow. we expect moderate to heavy accumulations. a a winter storm watat has been issued acss most of the area. look for 3 to 6
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north of highway 20 and 1 to 3 inches south of highway 20. temperatures will become cold for the weekend with highs neararhe freezing mark. today's high is 45 with sunshine, but breezy conditions. the low tonight is 22. the high tomorrow is 35 with snow. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: adlib jessica rae: " " coming up in our six o'clock hour... big changes are in store for
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fareway. stay tuned to findt what is being planned. jessica a e: " plus... the kum and go on gordon drive will open its doors today... and they're starting with a deal that you just can't miss. details are up ahead.
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wind will be the big story today with dusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wind advisory in effect until 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which is a nice change of pace after some damp and dreary conditions. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are going to top out in the middle 40s. the 20s and 3030early on this s ursday. the wind will be the big story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wind advisory in effect until 6 pm. the satellite and radar is pretty quiet which is a nice change of pace after some damp and dreary
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conditions. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are going to top out in the middle 40s. the 20s and 30s early on this thursday. the wind will l the big story y day with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour this afternoon. we have a wind advisory in effect until 6 pm. the satellite and radar boasting some big tax dollars earned this past year all thanks to their annual motorcycle rally. sturgis announced it's received more than 1-point-6 million dollars in tax dollars, thanks in part to a crack down on city sales tax collection. . that's a 65 per- cent increase from 20-14, jessica rae: one store that's been around for decades.. is making some big changes, as newer trendier grocers such as whole foods pop up, the folks at fareway are looking to take on a new look reporter sabrina ahmed shows us the inside. "it's an interesting time to be in the grocery business. it's no longer based solely on convenience... 00:52:2: "today's a
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