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veve competitive market." so stores are havingng to change their approach to keep up. you see it across the market... like hy-vee with their new restaurant concept... and fareway shifting their marketing strategy. 1:36:14 "iwe've kind of kept the same model up until just lately." reynolds cramer is the ceo of fareway. based out of boone.. they have 112 stores in 5 states. when you stop at one of these stores, you know what to pect. a simple exterior... the same short sleeved white button down with a black tie that employees have been wearing for the last 77 years. their mission is clear... a family- based grocer that strives to keep prices low. 00:29:21 "a great place ot shop that's simple, you can get in and out." they aren't even open on sundays. but the days of 624 story street--the first fareway lolotion in boonon-are long gone. there are more health concious consumers now than ever. plus--consumers are looking for a one- stop shop.
iwht with what our customers demands now, when you updated store front. and when you walk entire section dedicacad to healthy eating... and as much local produce asasossible for the season. 00:33:29 "quality prices." they're also capilizing on the meat department.. and creating an entire new concept from it. the first one opening in omaha. it's going to be meat market... complete with their meat counter, a bit of produce, a bit of frozen food, wine, and an extensive cheese selection. 4:15:23 "that'll be great for the customer that nts to get in and out quickly for a meal that night." but the real focus--that usda choice beef. cramer says--they're not letting these changes effect you at the checkout... 6:07:09 "our raising prices because of what we're doing--that doesn't go hand in hand." sioux city's newest convience store went up in a hurry. the kum and go on gordon drive will open its doors today. to celebrate, the
first 99 cusomers get coupons for 99-cent whole pizzas. this newest gas station is positioned in a hot spot for traffic as changes continue on i-29. "the location is something that has been talked about for some time with all the changes to gordon drive and the interstate that was probably our main choice of coming here. we're excited we have 9 other stores locally here in the community, " said mike simpson, kum and go district supervisor. jessica rae: this kum and go will also offer "e-15" gas. on f fday, customers s n fill-up for a dollar-15 a gallon from 10 in the morning until 2 p-m. jessica ra it's a waiting game for developers of sioux city's newest park. cone park, a winter recreational area is being built just off singing hills blvd near the i-b-p ice center. city manager bob padmore and parks and rec director mark salvatore presented the project to the vision iowa board in boone... with a request for just more than 300-thousand dollars inintate aid. in all, the board got requests for 8 million dollars for projects across the
state.... only 7 million in funding is sti available. the city should find out if it gets the park funding before the end of the year. jessica rae: just in time for the winter season the iowa d-o-t i offering extra help for drivers. the d-o-t is expanding a program that helps those involved in accidents ononhe interstate. the "highway helper" prograra started in des moines in 19-95 and features special vehicles equipped with a variety of features to help drivers. the units are being placed in areas where 60 percent of las years interstate accidents occurred. "so the highway helper also carries a sign board that helps us move traffic from lane to lane just really on the interstate," said cathy cutler, trafic planner for the dot. jessica rae: council bluffs is the latest area toto gegea "traffic budddd one e uld be assignededo the sioux city area in the coming months. " jessica rae: coming up.... a number of presidential candidates are making theiray to iowa in the next few days. find out the who, when, and where... when we come back. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this
in. snow is likely with a system passing through tomorrrr. 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 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. e low tonight is 22. the high tomorrow is 35 with snow. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae: scott: adlib a new fox news poll has donald sunshine, but strong winds gusting in from the west and northwest near 50 miles per hour. tonight, the wind d will calm down as cloud cover slides
through tomorrow. 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 and 1 to 3 inches become cold for the near the freezing 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 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 slid 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. look for 3 to 6 6 inches o osnow north of highway 20 south of highway 20. temperatures will become cold for the weekend with highs ar the freezing mark. today's high is 45 with sunshine, but breezy conditions. the low tonight is 22. is 35 with snow. forecast. jessica rae: scott: adlib a new fox news
trump with a wide lead among new hampshire republican voters. and it has bernie sanders leading among democrats. the poll found trump with 27 percent susuort, followed b b marco rubio wiwi 13 percent, then ted cruz with 11 percent. for democrats, sanders go45 percent suppt. hillary clinton followed closely behind with 44percent. and martin o'malley came in a distant third with five percent support. jessica rae: republican candidates are making house party stops while they campaign in iowa. former arkansas governor mike huckabee wililbe in grimes tomorrow, that event is scheduled for 5-3030 in the afternoon. g-o-p candidate carly fiorina is making two stops at house parties as well. she'll be stopping by our neck of the woods on monday, making appearances in council bluffs and sioux city. jessica rae:
and fresh off his endorsement announment, iowa representative steve king will be making campaign stops with texas senator ted cruz. king endorord cruz for prprident on monday. the two are going to be in s sux city tomorrrr (friday). the event is being held at 10 a-m at the stark student center at briar cliff university. and democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton will be in iowa, in the town of clinton. thats set for this sunday. doors open just before 5. jessica rae: now to the debate here in the u-s over whether to welcome refugees. at least 31 governororare saying refugees are not welcome in their statas thth accounts for more than half the country. now house speaker paul ryan is calling for a security test instead of a religious test. abc's jonathan karl has the latest. "in a bid to strike middle ground on an explosive issue, speaker of the house paul ryan said today he doesn't want to end the syrian refugee program -- but only pause long enough to ensure no terrorists use it enter r e u.s. ryan: people undndstand
the pligig of those fleeing the middle east, but they also want basic assurances for the safety of this cotry. but ryan is outright rejecting calls by some republicans to only let in christian refugees: ryan: we will not have a religious test, only a security test. the white house said tonight the president would veto ryan's bill. traveling in asia, ama vowed to momo ahead with his plan to bring in 10,000 syrian refefees over the c cing year, accusing republicans opponents of fear- mongering: obama: they've been playing on fear in order to try 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. earlier, the president had called senator ted cruz's proposal to ban muslim refugees unamerican. today cruz fired back -- cruz: but i want to encourage you mr. president, come back and insult me to my face. jeica rae: "
back... we'll help say goodbye to diesel... the police dog who gave her life in yesterday morning's raid on the terror suspects in paris. stay tuned to learn more about this amazing dog. jessica rae:e: tumbles... receiving a new set of l ls... thanks to some incredible technology. more on what tumbles faces... after the break. dear future, sailed through that diaper stage, learned to walk, and i'm reading like a third-grader. but now it's time to go out into the world. and from what i hear,
wednesday's police raid on the terror suspects in paris. reporter jeanne moos has more on the outpouring of tributes for diesel, the police dog... a good girl who died too young. "guns weren't the only weapon french police used during their raid. they also deployed at least one bomb dog like this one......and diesel, a 7-year old female belgian shepherd, became the first canine killed by these terrorists. police posted thisphoto,o,hough it was ununear if it's
the dog squad. she was killed as a female spect fired at police... oh and an explosion has just gone off. and then blew herself up with a suicide vest. soon the web blew up with tributes. "at ease, brave diesel." "woof in peace." the death of the dog inspired an outpouring of tweets, some using the hashtag "rest in peace diesel." others using # "je suis chien." "je suis chien" meaning "i am dog" ...a new take on "je suis charlie"... je suis charlie je suis charlie the unifying slogaga after the attack on the french newspaper charlie hebdo. a few questioned the use of police dogs... "you did not choose this life. i don't understand why we use animals in our fight against other humans." but most simply offered praise..."some heroes don't wear capes, ey wear dog tags." and dog g ners pressed their own pets into service. "sydney sayshank you." people kept circulating this image of the french
flag held...like a dog with a bone. jeanne moos cnn new york. jessica rae: there's hopeor a six-week-old puppy born without front legs. the pup's owner says the little guy will soon have help getting around... thanks to a 3-d printer. reporter kevin landers explains. " (karen pilchers/rescues dog) "get it, get it." meet tumblbl. (karen pilchers/rescues dog) "he's just a fighter." a six week old terrier. ( karen pilchers/rescues dog)"as far as he knows he's jusa normal puppy." but... he's not a normal puppy. (karen pilchers/rescues dog) "just teeny teeny nubs there." tumbles was born without two things puppies need. (karen pilchers/rescues dog) "i've been doing a dog rescue for 32- years i've never had a dog without two legs before." this tiny ball of fur... (karen pilchers/rescues dog) "where you
baby. if she didn't rescue (karen pilchers/rescues dog) "many places and many people would have put this but thanks to what's 3d printer tumbles won't be scooching on the (joe jollick/runs the sled." joe jollick... (joe jollick/runs printing lab) "thiis the axle."runs the 3d printing lab at ohio university. (joe jollick/runs printing lab) "this is the first functional prosthetic we've done using this printer." the "sled " as he calls it, came from reed. (brad reed/created sled) "i ended up ratch." it will take 5 hours for this high-tech scanner to lay-down the microscopic will form the wheels, and axle. another 8 hours to harness.
(joe jollick/runs printing lab) "the trickiest part is getting the g to use it." the sled... will allow tumbles to lay on the breast plate. his backegs will push the wheels in front. ( kevin landers/reporting) "this was the first prototype for tumbles. it was too big, the next one is smaller. when it's done he will be able to walk and eat, and when these velcro bands come off he can sleep like a nonoal puppy." as for tumbles, he's ready to start a new life. . (karen pilchers/rescues dog) "he's going to get around a lot better." thanks to a 3d jessica and scott are talking about tumbles. jessica and scott are talking about tumbles. jessica and scotot are talking about tumbles. scott: good morning 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 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 hoururhis afternoon.n.e have a nd 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. scott: here's a quick check outside onone of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's s here at . many folks still wawang 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... gordon drive and on 6th street. so again... mind that speed. jessica rae: thanks scott... apple is unveiling a new high tech way to charge the apple watch. reena ninan and kendis gibson have more. ai, there. today's "techbytes" -- a new accessory for apple fans. >> the company has rold out the new sleek apple watch charging dock, less than a day photos were leakedonline. >> the watch can be charged by placing it flat or upright. the price tag, 79 bucks. sprint jumps into thee sell phone price wars. >> for those. >> translator: customers,
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and howard has a recipe for a side dish that you can add to your table. he's in the mister food test kitchen... with a delicious sweet potato recipe... at would make patti labelle smile. "next week as yoyore sitting arou the thanksgivi table and aunt marge or . whomever asks you to pass the yams and you say, "yams, these aren't yams. they're sweet potatoes." and the whole family
differences are. let me share some facts to help clear things up. first of all, , chances are pretet darn goothat you're going to be serving sweet potatoes, since yams are usually found at specialty stores. and by looking at them you can tell the difference because sweet potatoes vary in color, have a paper thin skin, and always taper at the ends, whereas yams have a skin which is much heavier and looks almost like tree bark. and don't be fooled when you hear you can tell them apart by the fact that sweet potatoes have an orange flesh and that yams are a pale yellow. the fact is.s. sweet potatoes c c be found in a whole array of colors. s s
this year along with yo favorite sweet potato casserole, how about trying a savory twist that'll be very welcome. it's slices of sweet potatoes tossed in a delicate cream sauce, and baked until it bubbly hot. if you're looking for something different to serve, go online and get the recipe for our, "sweet potato gratin." this way, rather than listening to your family debate about yams and sweet french officials say the suspected ringleader of the paris attack may have been killed in yesterday morning's raid. the very latest is up next.
siouxland. let's get a check of conditions outside on the port neal welding company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. temperatures are in the 20s and 30s early on this thursday. ththwind will be ththbig 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
stormcast hd where today we expect sunshine, but strong winds gusting in from the west and northwest near 50 0 miles per hour. toninit, 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. 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 the low tonight is 22. the high tomorrow here's the 7 day forecast
neal welding mpany 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 bjg story today th 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 mp and dreary conditions. here's a lolo at the stormcast hd where today we expect winds gusting in northwest near 50 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 t t area. look for 3 to o inches of snow north of highway 20 d 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 jejeica rae scott: jessica rae: about two weeks ago we learned both american and united airlines were appling for federal assistance to offer 2 flights a day from sioux city. we now know thth sioux city airirrt neal welding 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. advisory in effect satellite and radar is pretty quiet which damp and dreary conditions. here's a look at the stormcast hd where today we expect sunshine, but strong winds gusting in from the west and northwest near 50 tonight, the wind 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. look foror to 6 inches of snow north ofofighway 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 about two weeks ago we learned both american and united airlines were appling for federal
assistance to offer 2 flflhts a day from sioux city. we now know w e sioux city airport board prefers the u-s d-o-t offer the service to united airlines. uniteds essential air service bid came was roughly 900-thousand dollars less than what american is proposing. united's e-a-s proposal also hinted 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 expires in april 20-16. for more on this story... just head to siouxland matters dot com. jessica rae: this morning, national security remains to be a concern in the wake of the deadly terrorist attacks in paris. and right now, french investigators are working to confirm if the alleged ringleader was killed in that recent terror raid. abc's kenneth moton has the latest. "this morning, the ththat to the homeland is being taken seriously inin cities across s e nation. william brattonnyc commmmsioner "that's what terrorists seek to do they seek to create fearwe will not li in fear" new york city...police on alert,
guns out, highlyvisible after isis released this new video bragging about the paris terror attacks, showing images 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 - ( ( delegate) "we have more policece in the district of columbia than any city in the united statesthey have assured me that they are at a higher level." natsgunfire in france, we're getting a new look 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. people were arrested...two killed. investigators are scouring that safe house for more clues. dick clarkeabc news counterterrorism analyst "to see if they can find traces to other people - finger 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 suspspted 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 news washington an arrt has been in connection with a homicide in pomeroy, iowa according to authorities, 48 year old freddy crisp of pomeroy is being charged with first degree mumuer in the death of dale potter. the devil's lake, north dakota man was found dead at a pomeroy home on november 10th. crisp s arrested by iowa d-c-i and is being held in the sac county jail without bond. jessica rae: a sioux city man accused of sexually assaulting a 13- year-old is pleading not guilty . 20 year old alex anderson is accused of having sexual contact with a girl in an intensive
care unit waiting room at mercy medical center. anderson told the police the two were kissisi and he put hisis hand under her clothes. he is due in court march 29th. jessica rae: we are getting an inside look at t future of a program in sioux city designed to help vicitims of child abuse officials from mercy medical held a walkthrough on the campus of western iowa tech... with a 3-d mock up showing what their future center would look like after funding comes in. they also held simulations at the mock-set up in order to ididtify and sess the logistics and safety of the future facility. "because we're building a new facility for our child advocacy center, that it is everything we want it to be. that it's efficient, that we're making the best use of our space. so it's really the process of sort of building even our new space within this space and seeing if it works." jessica rae: no time-table has been made for cosntruction for the child advocacy center as fundraising is still ununrway. jessica rae: in this weeks s gardening segment...
melinda meyers shows us how to rid your landscape of invasive woody plants. here she is now with more. "buckthorn, honeysuckle and tree of heaven are just a few of the landscape plants that have left the garden and invaded our natural spaces. these aggressive plants outcompete and crowd out our native plants, destroying the food and habitat needed by wildlife. they alsoinvade our gardede, crowding out desirable plants. many gardeners are reluctant to remove them as they provide privacy or screen a bad view. plant a garden or hedge to take its place and get busy removing these invaders. pull or dig small seedlings as soon as they appear. or remove a 6 inch strip of bark around the base of the plant. you can also cut the plplt to the ground in fall and treat the stump with a brush killer recommended for this purpose. or paint the bottom 12 inches of the trunk with a brush killer. this prevents the roots from resprouting. as always read and
jessica rae: gaming officials in south dakota and the state's attorney general met in deadwood to review the state's stance on fantasy sports betting, a a pular topic in recent weeks. in the endndthe commission claimed it didn't have jurisdiction over online fantasy sports, failing to provide the clarity jackley had hoped for. jessica rae: but here in iowa, for those under state code, fantasy games are illegal to play. iowans are not allowed to par- take in "pay to play" games, and not only that, they must know the people in their league on a personal level. or else they can't place any bets. iowa's attorney general says the laws are in place to stoto iowans from scoring bibi "the amount of potential winnings - if you watch tv - they are just huge, hundreds of thousands of dollars," said tom miller, iowa attorney general. "well beyond the $200 limit in iowa law," said miller. the hawkeye state
restrictions on daily fantasy sports. there is also fear from critics the lure of huge$& jackpots could fuel gambliing addictions. 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 to getting high off of some type of substance," said jamain mayer gambling therapist at jackson recovovy centers. "sosohey're constantnt trying to recreate that high," id mayer. jessica rae:e: in case you are wondering how 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 ac shutdown most online gambling. however, that same law also lists "fantasy or simulation sports" as a game of skill... not one of luck... which removes it from the category of gambling. jessica rae: high school football championships take center stage the rest o othis week, but last night, it was all about college basketball. here'shris with highlights from briar cliff $& chs
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 dakoko wesleyan. the chargers aring warmup shirts in honor of legendary coach ray nacke who passed away two months ago. both teams come out hot...austin lefler...with the hesitation and 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 hits harreld on the cut...chargers open the lead up to three. later in the half...homan, with
the crossover and one...but dakota wesleyan, comes to town and pulls the upset, 101-95. earlier on the court, the undefeated chargers taking on the undefeated tigers. thqrd quarter, lexi friendly 15. 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 perfect, 70-55. forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. temperatures are in the 20s and s early on this thursday. the wind will the big
story today with gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour ts afternoon. we have a wind advisory in effect untjl 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. on this thursday. the wind will bebehe big story toy 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 pace after some damp and dreary conditions. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are going to top out in the middle 40s. jessica rae: still ahead in ourur show.... you'll meet a prostate cancer hopes more men and take charge ofheir own
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 -laws came up withan idea to help the less fororate by opening g 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 sent 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 reres and we heardrdbout this generous endeavor on facebook. we'll our family feels very fortune and blessed and so i brought some butter and wat and also a doantion from our neighbors," said smith. local schools in the sioux city area will volunteer tove 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 thth 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:
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 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 someone there to just hoho your hand and explain things as you're going along. it can b ba 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 beforehand. open enrollment closes on jan. 31st jessssa rae: the holidays are approaching and 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
shoes and get moving. health experts 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 m mutes. jessicicrae: by n n, you may have heard of "movember," a month where men are free to grow their facial hair. but, a more serious purpose behind the movement is an effort to get men to focus on their personal health. one of our local hospitals is trying to make prostate cancer screenings a part of that. chuck johnson of sioux city was diagnosed with prostate cancer 13 years ago. it was found through a p-s-a test, which is done by drawing blood. now, he's an advocate for it and doctors with unitypoint health are hoping more men will make itpart of their routine. chuck johnson of sioux city says, "i would say the next physical they have, they better ask, and at least get started." dr. james webb, unitypoint health sunnybrook clinic says, "it should start at age 40, every other year till age 50 and then annually after that." and a big time event to help fight prostate 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 simpmp 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: according to a new study... drinking coffee, whether regular or decaf, could reduce the risk of death. the study included more than 2-hundred thousand women and 50-thousand men. according to the research people who drink coffee d dly... even up p four cups per day... are less likely to die from heart disease, neurological disease, type 2 diabetes or suicide than others. jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about this coffee study. jessica and scott are chatting about this coffee study. jessica and scott are chatting about this coffee study. scott:today we expect sunshine, but strong winds jessica and scott are chatting about this coffee study. jessica and scott are chatting about this coffee study.
scott:today we expect sunshine, but strong winds gusting in from the west and northwest near 50 miles per hour. tonight, the as cloud cover likely with a system tomorrowowwe 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 condidions. the low tonight is 22. the high tomorrow is 35 with snow. here's the 7 day foreca. 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 mododate to heavy accumulations. a 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 22.2. the high tomorrow is 35 with snow. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: later today...... thanks for tuning in and keep it right
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