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and in europe... for the 3rd day in a row....brussels....the "capital" of a small european nation and also home to half a billion people ...put on the highest terror warning. sot - mos tourist "christmas tree. armored vehicle police on the lookout. the subway suspended.. cinemas and schools closed.. amidst this lockdown - the manhunt -growing for escaped paris killer- salah abdeslam. authorities say the 26-year-old terrorist, went to belgium following the attack but he is not among the 16 people detained in 22 separate raids in belgium on sunday. back in france ..the govt now extending a state of emergency for 3 months. today french president hollande is scheduled to meet in paris with british prime minister david cameron. hollande will travel here to washington and moscow later in the week to try and bridge obama and putin against isis. stephanie ramos abc news washington jessica rae: hollande will travel here to washington and moscow later in
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putin against isis. stephanie ras abc news washington jessica rae: the sioux city police department has arrested a suspect in thermed robbery at "k" and "n" automotive. police arrested reagan maryland in connection with the crime. a man belived to be maryland... entered the store to have his car worked on... but when they went to look at the vehicle he pulled a gun on the employee and took his wallet. police found that same vehicle from the robbery on and maryland was taken in for questioning. charged with degree. jessica rae: yesterday was a major anniversary for our country... president john f. kennedy was assassinated in dallas, texas 52 years ago. the president and first lady were in texas for a five- city campaign tour ahead of the 19-64 general election... when president kennedy was shot in the head and neck. he was pronounced dead a short time later. police arrested lee harvey oswald shortly after the shooting... but oswald himself was shot and killed on live television two days later... by night-club
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jessica rae: the holiday season is nearly upon us... and dozens of people in west des moines are spreading holiday cheer one gift at a time. people packed boxes full of goodies as part of their annual operation christmas child, on sunday. the goal is to fill shoe boxes with toys, school supplies, and hygeine products to at-risk children around the world. and yesterday... they hosted a "packing party" where families with special needs helped pack some of these special gifts. " i've been a part of the operation christmas child journey for years and last year i had the chance to go to panama and actually deliver boxes to children and it's so special that our community and our entire church ralleys behind this opportunity" jessica rae: they say they hope to pack more than 12 hundred boxes at this event... and send 3 thousand each year. this is the 20th year they've been hosting the event. jessica rae: and the city of sioux city got into the christmas spirit with the holiday lights parade on sunday! beginning on four street... parade goe saw a number of fun christmas themed decorations and
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floats. the parade ended with an appearance from santa, who offically welcomed the holiday season to sioux city. jessica rae: and some siouxland kids were able to visit with santa almost exactly a month before christmas. unity point health saint luke's brought santa's house right here to sioux city! the howard johnson hotel atrium doubled as santa's house... kids were able to create their own holiday craft projects... enjoy treats made by mrs. clause... and receive some early presents from santa's gift shop. proceeds from santa's house will support st. luke's children's miracle network. for the list of dates when you can visit santa's house... just head over to siouxland matters dot com. jessica rae: about 400 siouxlanders went on a special tour this weekend... in an effort to help the big brothers big sisters of siouxland. it was all about the 20-15 holiday tour of homes! here was the route for this year's tour... participants started at the dakota dunes country club... and visited five different homes over a three hour period. the holiday tour of homes is the biggest fund raiser of the year for the big brothers big sisters program. the 400 people
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who did come on saturday were a vast improvement from friday's turnout... which was drastically im[pacted by the snow. " the snow kinda threw things off a bit so some of those later tours that got canceled, we're bumping them to today so we're trying to everybody here, the buses are going to be full and everybody is going to have a great time." jessica rae: the organization hopes to raise 65- thousand dollars for the program. abc9 is a proud sponsor of the event. jessica rae: a long tradition in sioux city returned this weekend... the 20-15 holiday craft fair saw over 6 thousand people pack into to the convention center over the two day event. people were able to check out the best homemade crafts from over 160 vendors... including scented candles, clothes, wind chimes, and home decor. the craft fair has been a staple for the area for over thirty years. " jessica rae: coming up.... you'll hear from residents of sioux center... who were forced to look for a warm place to sleep thanks to a power outage. stay tuned for the full story.
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"you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. " "" scott: welcome back. we'll pace
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system will affect the area on thanksgiving thursday with the potential for a mix of precipitation. the forecast for today calls for a high temperature of 42 degrees under mostly sunny skies. tonight's low is 23 and it'll be chilly with patchy fog. tomorrow's high is 43 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast where 30s and 40s are going to be the norm as we go through this week. jessica rae scott: cool pattern in place for today and tomorrow. expect some periods of sunshine and high temperatures to get to the lower to middle 40s! once we get into wednesday, we'll have thickening cloud cover and possibly some drizzle. then a storm system will affect the area on thanksgiving thursday with the potential for a mix
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calls for a high temperature of 42 degrees under mostly sunny skies. tonight's low is 23 and it'll be chilly with patchy fog. tomorrow's high is 43 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast where 30s and 40s e going to be the norm as we go through this week. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: many sioux center cool pattern in place for today and tomorrow. expect some periods of sunshine and high temperatures to get into the lower to middle 40s! once we get into wednesday, we'll have thickening cloud cover and possibly some drizzle. then a storm system will affect the area on thanksgiving thursday with the potential for a mix many sioux center
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without power this weekend... and some have traveled out of town to have a warm place to sleep. the power outage comes right after the city received 11 inches of snow on friday. abc9 news reporter bria bell has a re-cap for us "plow truck sounds" sioux center was hit with 11 inches of snow on friday and an electrical outage early saturday morning. according to a press release from the city, the loss of power was due to damage to a local electrical substation and states that residents should anticipate on being without power for several days. with a lack of heat and for some, food...a trip to a local gas station was the best bet. "it's packed, i guess shell and mcdonald's is the place to be for food or gas and what not," said malinowski. some had their electricity turned back on by mid day, leaving others to play the waiting game. and with many businesses closed... families looked for places with electricity to stay warm and kill time. "we came to the shell to find some
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coffee because there aren't many places in town that are open today," said emmelkamp. sioux center community high opened its doors with the help of the american red cross to offer residents water, food, cots and to charge thier electronics. the unexpeted outage was an eye opener for some as the loss of power was not just about staying warm. "my kids play string instruments, so we would have to take those with us and make sure that food is stable. my son also has medication that needs to be refridgerated so we needed to make sure that that was taken care of. it's all kinds of things that i never really think about," said potma. jessica rae: the city has released a number of tips to keep you and your home safe during severe weather. first, monitor the temperature in your home... use extreme caution with portable heaters... keep your refridgerator and freezer closed. and let a small amount of water trickle into your pipes... to keep them from freezing. " jessica rae: still to come... it's the tech item that's on
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everybody's christmas wish list... but it's nearly impossible to find. stay tuned for more on the apple stylus shortage. " jessica rae: and.... i'll tell you more about a social experiment... how much time does an average family uses their smart phones? stay tuned for the results.
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for a christmas gift this year... be prepared to pay a lot more than retail. since apple's i-pad pro pencil and smart keyboard went up for sale over a week ago... both are in very short supply. buyers are re- selling them for as much as 6- hundred-50 dolls on e-bay. apple sold out quickly... and there's a four to five-week wait for more. jessica rae: how much time is your family spending on cell phones and tablets? well believe it or not... it's quite a lot! take a look at this experiment with eye-opening results "the nahigian family says phone use takes over their time together. sometimes i get so preoccupied,
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dad matt, is constantly connected as a radio program director? nats and mom joey, a blogger for babble dot com, say kids, boston, seven and hudson two are just as attached to technology do you like being on your phone b: yes! so just how wired are they? they let us track them for 24 hours? setting up 4 surveillance cameras throughout the house and installing the momentapp to record usage on both their phones 8:36am...seven year old boston playing games before school nats -j: get off the devices! 5:59pm... dad pulls into the driveway, and spends more phone before going minutes [6:02] the door phone in the other. 6:24pm... at dinner, they put their phones in a box to limit disruptions... nat pop but this phone free zone gets interrupted when they stop to watch a video. nats 6:57 after dinner the entire family is together, but all on separate devices, except boston, whose battery died. according to our
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tracking app...in that 24 hour period - dad was on the phone 4 hours and 35 minutes. mom - 4 hours and fifty three minutes. the app also notes how many times you "pick up" your phone. joey picking up her phone 53 different times and matt 113 times. after we turned the cameras off, we kept the tracking app on for a whole week... the grand total for mom and dad after 7 days? staggering... mom joey was on her phone a whopping 34 and half hours, picking up her phone 323 times. dad matt used his device for 31 and half hours, checking it 754 times! it's bad. it really is. i mean, that's all i can say. consumer psychologist and author james roberts is here for a technology intervention. boston has not put that phone down oooo, look at what you are looking at when you enter the house you like didn't even look around of course! first thing he does roberts says good attempt with putting the phones in a box during dinner, but not good enough. jim:its just too tempting when they're so close --
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them in the bedroom and lock the door and enjoy your dinner he says set smart phone free zones and times use apps that help limit your usage and put in writing what is and isn't acceptable phone use, with penalties for breaking the rules. m: the's no question that we have a lot of work to do jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. scott:good morning siouxland. we have a cool morning outdoors with 20s jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. scott:good morning siouxland. we have a cool morning
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jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. jessica and scott are e atting about this experiment. scott:good morning siouxland. we have a cool morning outdoors with 20s and 30s currently. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. jessica and scott are chatting about this experiment. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the
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in the lower 40s thihi afternoon. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the lower 40s this afternoon. scott: the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place 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... jackson street and on 36th street. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... many parents are outraged over the sioux city school districts
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decision to have a full day of school last friday. hear from one parent... and what the school says about the decision... in just two
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community school district's superindentent for failing to release schools early during friday's snow storm. abc9 news reporter bria bell spoke to a parent who is lashing out a the school... and has more. "when you give care control and custody of your kids to the school, you expect them to behave in the best interest of the child and their staff," said rice. sioux city community school disict's
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superindentent, dr. paul gausman is receiving backlash from parents due to the district's failure to let students out early during friday's snow storm... which produced 6 inches of snow in sioux city and had nearly 40 reported car accidents. kristi rice is angry at the school district as two of her kids, who need special assistance, were on a school bus that was hit 4 times while stuck in traffic. "my youngest, he's austistic. the other kids on this bus have issues, not all of them, there's some typicals, but you've got some profound kids on this bus that in school would have a one-on-one aid with them," said rice. rice says that her kids were terrified from the accident and only wishes that the district would have made a better decision. she says thankful that no one was seriououy injured, but knows it could've been much worse because there was no plan in place. abc 9 received a statement from dr gausman that says "please remember that parents and guardians of children have the right to make the decision to keep their child home, or return to school to pick up their child, on any day that they feel it is unsafe for their student toe in school because of weather conditions. we constantly monitor the weather conditions and learn from national weather service, and i made the decision that we would complete the school day last friday with our buildings open." rice says that she knows she has the liberty to take her children out of school, but is concerned about what the penalties might be if her perspepeive on weather conditions differ from those of
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in sioux city, bria bell abc 9 news. jessica rae: this week will be busy for the native american community, with two big upcoming events. expect them to behave in the best interest of the child and their staff," said rice. sioux city community school district's superindentent, dr. i made the decision that we would complete the school day last friday with our buildings open." rice says that she knows she has the liberty to take her children out of school, but is concerned about what the penalties might be if her perspective on weather conditions differ from those of the school district's. in sioux city, bria bell abc 9 news. jessica rae: this week will be busy for the native american community, with two big upcoming events. on your screenen you ararseeing the arrere records for public intotocation through september of this year. because of this... an event bins today th a town hall meeting to discuss a proposed ban on single can alcoholic beverages. the plan is to address alcohol abuse involving
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native americans. another important community event this week is the march to honor lost children. on wednesday the native american community will march to raise awareness of the problems they've had with the foster care system. the march begins at seven thirty wednesday mornrng at the war eagle monument... and ends at one in the afternoon with a dinner at the four directions community center. " jessica rae: coming up.... the race to the white house came through iowa this weekend. find out which presidential candidates took their campaign to the hawkeye state... and what they had to say. the political beat is up next. scott: " " scott:good morning
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the port neal welding company skycam hd in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, iowa. we have a cool morning outdoors with 20s and 30s currently. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today.we'll pace through the stormcast hd where we have a quiet and cool pattern in place for today and tomorrow. expect some periods of sunshine and high temperatures to get into the lower to middle 40s! once we get into wednesday, we'll have thickening cloud cover and possibly some drizzle. then a storm system will affect the area on thanksgiving thursday with the potential for a mix of precipipition. the forecast for todayay calls for a high temperature of 42 degrees under mostly sunny skies. tonight's low is 23 and it'll be chilly with patchy fog. tomorrow's high is 43 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast where 30s and 40s are going to be the norm as we go
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jessica rae scott: jessica rae: turning now to the latest on the race to the white skycam hd in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, iowa. we have a cool morning outdoors with 20s and 30s currently. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today.we'll stormcast hd where we have a a iet and cool pattern in place for today and tomorrow. expect some periods of sunshine and high temperatureso get into the lower to middle 40s! once we get into wednesday, we'll have thickening cloud cover and possibly some drizzle. then a storm system will affect the area on thanksgiving thursday with the potential for a mix of precipitation. the forecast for today calls for a high temperature of 42 degrees under mostly sunny skies.
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with patchy fog. tomorrow's high is 43 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast where 30s and 40s are going to be the norm as we go through this week. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: skycam hd in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, iowa. we have a cool morning outdoors with 20s and 30s currently. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 milil per hour. the e tellite and radar shows that we have mososy clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today.we'll pace through the stormcast hd where we have a quiet and cool pattern in place for toy and tomorrow. expect some periods of sunshine and high temperatures to get into the lower to middle 40s! once we get into wednesday, we'll have thickening cloud cover and possibly some drizzle. then a storm stem will affect the area on thanangiving thursdayayith the potentntl for a mix of precipition. the forecast for today calls for a high temperature of 42
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degrees under mostly sunny skies. tonight's low is 23 and it'll be chilly with patchy fog. tomorrow's high is 43 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast where 30s and 40s are going to be the norm as we go through this week. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: turning now to the latest on the race to the white house... the campaign for democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders jessica rae: has released a new series of ads that focus on his platform. one ad entitled "works for all of us"
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will air in early voting states like iowa and new hampshire. here is a quick look. " (bernie sanders campaign ad) "if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hohos for lolor wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1 percent. my y plan: make wall street banks and the ultra-rich pay their fair shate of taxes. provide living wages for working people. ensure equal pay for women. jessica rae: in addition to the television spots... the sanders campaign announced it will begin airing radio ads in south carolina that focus on his record on racial equality. and all three democratic candidates were in south carolina this weekend... for the democratic partyblue jamboree. frontrunner hillary clinton delivered a speech focusing on expanding medicaid and issues in foreign policy. sanders and o'malley both tried to make their hits against clinton at the event... especially o'malley... who said when it comes to foreign policy... clinton had quote "one foot trapped in the cold war" clinton declined to respond to his
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" (hillala clinton/(d) presidential cacaidate) "well, i am not going to respond to him. i am going to say go read my speech because obviously i laid out a comprehensive strategy to deal with isis in the air, on the ground and online. and i think you have to have a strategy aimed towards the defeat and destruction of isis and its impact from that arch of instability that goes from north africa to afghanistan and i don't know how anybody could look at what happened in paris, what is currently being defended against in belgium, what just happened in mali, what happened in beirut, what happens in baghdad frequently, what happens with bringing down a russian airliner and not believe as i believe that the united states must lead the world in putting together the various pieces of a collation strategy." jessica rae: clinton did not directly take on o'malley or sanders at the jamboree. the former secretary of state has a commmnding lead agait her rivals ... with a twenty point le over bernie sanders. and former maryland governor martin o'malley spent his time on stage speaking on the economy, immigration reform, and a path to citizenship for immigrants. o'malley also had some strong words for donald trump. " (martin o'mamaey/ (d) presididtial candidate) "let's s t 11 million o oour neighbors out of the underground shadow economy and into the full light of
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. and let us say, let us say loudly d proudly to that immigrant baing carnival barker donald tru that the enduring symbol of our nation is not the barbed wire fence, the enduring symbol of our nation is the statue of liberty." jessica rae: o'malley's campaign has been facing some big problems... especially raising money. now he's shifting his resources away from his campaign headquarters in baltimore... and putting moreemphasis on early voting statetelike iowa. jessica rae: and on the republican side of the race... senator marco rubio was back in iowa saturday. the republican presidential candidate held a rally in west des moines. according to c- n-n's latest political prediction market... rubio leads the rest of the g-o-p field in the state. the political prediction market is a game that factors the unscientific predictions of players as well as existing polls and other indicators. rubio saw an increase in odds from thursday to friday... from 27-percent to 29-percent. he beat out ted cruz.. who stands at 27-percent... and donald trump who's odds are at 16-percent. jessica rae: governor chris
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christie is promising no american will die from a terror attack again in the u-s... if he is elected president. the republican held a town hall in new hampshire.... where he responded to presididt obama's criticism of the candidates who want the u-s to stop allowing syrian refugees into the country. " (gov. chris christie/(r) presidential candidate) "and so yeah i'm concerned about the widow and orphans. the widows and orphans i'm concerned about are the widows and orphans that live in my statethe widows and orphans of september 11th. and i do not want to create another generation of those widows and orphans. and if i'm president of the united states we will do everything we can to make sure that there are no american deaths from terrorists attacks in this country. that's gotta be the top priority of the president of the united states." jessica rae: christie comes in with about three percent in the latest national polls. jessica rae: and last friday on 20-20... barbara walters sat down with donald and melania trump for an exclusive interview. it was the pair's first interview together since trump entered the race for president. his four adult children also talked to barbara about growing up "trump" here is a recap. "barbara walters: mrs. trump, melania trump: well,
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it's my choice not to be there. i support my husband 100% but barbara walters: do you give your husband any advice on the debates? melania trump: we discuss. i tell him my opinions, yes i do-- barbara walters: give me an example of a piece of vice that you've given your husband that he has taken. melania trump: i will keep it private. (laugh) donald trump: well, she's told me, i mean, i can tell you she's told me a couple of times s ring the debate, she was very happy with my performances, if you'd wanna call 'em a performance. but she said, "you could tone it down a little bit on occasion." barbara walters: biggest-- biggest criticism that's untrue, that we can clear up? melania trump: i would say that he's nasty. he's not. i also had a chance totoit down with his four grown children?.donald junior, ivivka, and eric - -is children with his first wife, ivana, and tiffany, his daughter with marla maples. barbara walters:
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your father has said that he was not-- i'm using his words, very present when you were growing up. ivanka: i would challenge--him on that. because he was very available to us and accessible to us. donald jr.: regardless of what he was doing, regardless of who he was meeting with, if we called, he took the phone. tiffany: our times together were learning, you know, playing in his office. he would always sneak me down to-- get a candy bar, you know, in the lobby. barbara walters: who is his favorite? donald jr.: i'm goin' with ivanka. (laugh) i'm goin' with ivanka. (everyone laughing). jessica rae: norfolk will celebrate the annual downtown river-point christmas festival this week. here's susan risinger with the details. "because of the thanksgiving holiday, the lower elkhorn natural resources district board of directors will meet tomorrow night instead of the usual thursday meeting. nrd general manager mike s/usek says the board is scheduled to once again discuss district-wide flow meters on irrigation systems, action tabled at last month's meeting. businesses in
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downtown norfolk will celebrate black tuesday with the annual downtown riverpoint christmas festival. activities will include campfires, a horse- drawn carriagegend hayrack rides. santa will be available at gobs and gobbs of fun. the downtown christmas tree will be lighted at 7:30 p.m. agp is adding a biodiesel refinery to its sergeant bluffs, iowa processing plant, and also has plans to expand into the dakotas. st. joseph, missouri marketing manager terry mcclatchey says the company is looking at possible sites in both north and south dakota for a new processing plant. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " jessica rae: coming up in sports... iowa state head football coach paul rhoads has been fired. alex brings us the details when we come back. scott: stay tuned for
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decided to make some moves with their otball program. alex walker has more. seven years at iowa state. one winning season. it's time for change at iowa state. paul rhoads. fired as head coach of the cyclones. the decision was made official on sunday by iowawatate athletic d dector jamie pollard. rhoads has been the head man in ames since 2009, posting a 32-54 record. isu is 3-8 this season, with the firing coming on the heels of saturday's metldown against kansas state. rhoads will speek at his weekly press conference later today, before coaching iowa state's season finale against west virginia on s surday. some more coaching news....south dakota head football coach
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retirement. the 66-year-old is one of 76 coaches in n-c-a-a history to win 200 games. glenn won exactly 200 games 28 seasons. press conference is morning. what a weekend it was for the iowa hawkeyes. kirk ferentz and company locked up the big ten west, punching their ticket to the big ten title game for the first time in school history iowa now 11-0....tying the '02 and '09 teams for the most wins in school history. with saturday's win over purdue, c.j. beathard improved to 12-0 as a starter, iowa quarterback has ever won theirir firs12 career starts. under beathard's control, the offense continued to roll, scoring thirty plus points for the fifth straight week.
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city. be proud. everything i just mentioned. we are 11-0, 7-0 at home cant do any better than that. 7-0 in the league. right now, this is asasood as we can n . i am very proud of them,. they got hats and t- one in five adults living in the u-s were given a doctor's diagnosis of some form of arthritis...betwee n 20-10 and 20-12... that's almost 23 per-cent of adults living in the u-s... and that number has likely risen. in an effort to help those adults living with the pain of arthritis... the norm waitt senior y-m-c-a and the siouxland center for active generations have partnered together to create "enhance fitness"... a class just for those with arthritis... "nats class instructor" kathy schroer: "it has made a tremendous amount of difference to me!" rae: kathy schroer suffers from arthrits... she's been attending a class called enhance fitness for about three months now... nat sounds instructor
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enhance fitntns is a joint effort by the norm waitt senior y-m-c-a and the siouxland center for active generations... to increase strength, balance, d flexibility in ose suffering with arthritis. hilary overby: "this class allows individuals witharthritis to break up inflamatn in their joints by doing their range of motion which helps them being able to do things throughout their day that you don't normally think of involves range of motion." kathy schroer: "turning your head, when you're driving and you need to see on either side. we do excercises for our necks, going up and down, ouou eyes...those d d't sound like much h t they make a huge difference in the management of your body in life." nats instructor rae: the class is one hour long. it starts at the top of your body, and works all the way down to your toes... nat sounds feet tapping something kathy says, is worth waking up for every morning! kathy: "you feel really good when you get done that is so important i don't like getting up and being here at 8:30am but let me tell you it is worth it because when you get done you feel grere."" jessica rae: currently the class is only offered at the ymca
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ymca and the siouxland center for active generations, but the two are looking to expand to other locations. for more information visit this story on our website. siouxland matters dot com. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. we have a cool morning outdoors with 20s and 30s currently. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the lower 40s this afternoon. rae
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thanks scott... a possible mega the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the lower 40s this afternoon. rae the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature two companies would create the world's biggest drug maker. kendis gibson and reena ninan have the details good morning, topping "america's money" -- a megamerger for two drug giant and pubshed reports say fierz
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friends and family... but things can get awkward after a break-up... not to worry, that is about to change. abc's juju chang explains. "breaking up can be hard to do... the mindy project according to facebook, your ex- girlfriend becca just got engaged! [gfx] and being bombarded on facebook by happy pictures, posts, and news about a heart- breaking ex can just make it worse. montage about difficulty getting over an ex online i didn't want to see him i see things on my ex'seeds that i just don't want to see when they pop up on my feed it's pretty weird but this morning, facebook is hoping to help ease the pain [gfx] launching a new set of tools dubbed
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"take a break" - letting users wipe their romantic slate clean with just the push of a button - now when you change your status fromomin a relationship" to "single" - it will automatically trigger the tool, which will give you an option to remove your exes from your news feed, untag yourself from old photos, and prevent your exes from seeing of your any updates - all without having to unfriend or block them. [gfx] in a blog post, the social media giant writing "we hope these tools will help people end relationships on facebook with greater ease, comfort and sense of control."for some, it's a long-overdue fefeure for the site which practically invented the "relationship status" relationship expert in the digital age what this is like is getting rid of that box of stuff or hiding some of the photos in the social network, even the hollywood-version of founder mark zuckerberg couldn't avoid his ex-online... social network (zuckerberg compulsively refreshing his ex- girlfriend's page - no
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dialogueuejust the clicking sound) business insider expert more than a billion people use fb every day now and it's just kind of engrained in how we communicate and as many prepare for the upcoming holiday season?perhaps this tool can help ex one person off their list? jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about this new feature. jessica and scott are chatting about this new feature. jessica and scott are chatting about this new feature. jessica and scott are chatting about this new feature. scott:we have a are chatting about this new feature. are chatting about this new feature. are chatting about this new feature. scott:we have a quiet and cool jessssa and scott are chatting about this new feature. jessica and scott are chatting about this new feature.
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this new feature. scott:we have a quiet and cool pattern in place for today and jessica and scott are chatting about this new feature. jessica and scott are chatting about this new feature. jessica and scott are chatting about thisisew feature. scott:we have a quiet and cool pattern in place for today and tomorrow. expect some periods of sunshine and high temperatures to get into the lower to middle 40s! once we get into wednesday, we'll have thickening cloud cover and possibly some drizzle. then a storm system will affect the area on thanksgiving thursday with the potential for a mix of precipitation. the forecast for today calls for a high temperature of 42 degrees under mostly sunny skies.
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tonight's low is 23 and it'll be chilly with patchy fog. tomorrow's high is 43 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast where 30s and 40s are going to be the norm as we go through this week. jejeica rae some periods of sunshine and high temperatures to get into the lower to middle 40s! once we get into wednesday, we'll have thickening cloud cover and possibly some drizzle. then a storm system will affect the area on thanksgiving thursday with the potential for a mix of precipitation. the forecast for todayay calls for a highgh temperature of 42 grees under mostly sunny skies. tonight's low is 23 and it'll be chilly with patchy fog. tomorrow's high is 43 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast where 30s and 40s are going to be the norm as we go
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jessica rae scott: adlib jessicicrae: " coming up in o o six o'clock hour... presidential candidate ted cruz sat down with our tim seaman for an exclusive interview. you'll see part of
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scort:and 30s currently. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature
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in the lower 40s this afternoon. the wind is light from the west and northwbetween 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the lower 40s this afternoon. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows on terrorism and whether the u-s should accept more syrian refugees and in case you missed "this week in siouxland" tim seaman spoke to ted cruz about how the country should deal with refugees. "texas senator ted cruz speaking with tim seaman on this week in siouxland." "texas senator ted cruz speaking with tim seaman on this
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