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ve a great tuesday. >> have a greaeatuesday.directed from the east and southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the moment, but be aware there may be some patchy fog in low-lying spots. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are headed back k to the middle 40s with mostly sunny skies overall today. your complete forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " " " jessica rae: coming up this morning on abc9
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departmentwill issue a worldwide travel alert for all citizens wanting to travel abroad... after the continual threats of terror around the country. " jessica rae: the sioux city school board is taking a big step in the project for a new school building. " jessica rae: and... black friday is coming... and we'll look at some of the best deals that you'll see this year. thesesstories and momo... on abc9 newswshis morning. "" jessica rae: with the thanksgiving holdiay just a few days away ... the state department is now issuing a worldwide travel alert for americans after recent terror attacks overseas. abc's stephanie ramos has the story. "if you plan on traveling this holiday season.... a new warning for you in the wake of recent deadly attacks in paris... nats: paris attack egypt...
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and mali... nats: mali... the state department issuing an uncommon worldwide alert "due to increased terrorist threats." jeh johnson / homeland security secretary "we are, and we continue to be, and we have been, concerned about copy-cat like attacks." the state department says ... ....(gfx) "current information suggests isil and other terrorist groups continue to plan terrorist attacks in mulitiple regions ...these attacks may employ a variety of tactics ing conventional and non- cocoentional weapons." proof that... isis ...is not giving up....promising attacks?in this propaganda video... showing images of new york city's times square. the city in turn..stepping up its police presence... nats: nyc police nats?. the heightened alert not just in the states but overseas to europe... sot: (belgium officer) if we start shooting you're in the cross fire (can cut for time if needed??) the belgian prime minister extending the terror alert there for another weekek after 4 days of
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paris attacker continues. with europe on edge... president obama meets with french president francois hollande at the white house today. the pair will discuss how to ramp-up the fight against isis extremists. obama sot: "us will cont. to lead coalition. coming to sioux after they were hit especially hard by friday's winter storm. governor terry branstad has issued an emergency disaster declaration for sioux county. that allows state resources to be utilized for clean up and recovery. over the weekend, a transformer exploded leading to power outages in sioux center. the county also dealt with a water main break. both power and water have since been restored in the community. jessica rae: the family o o ahmed mohahad... the texas teenager who wawaarrested after bringing a home-made clock to school... is asking for apologies and millions in
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compensation. lawyers for the family have sent letters to the city of irving and the irving school district. they're asking for formal, written apologies from the school district, mayor and police chief ... along with 15-million dollars. the letters say the family has suffered physical and mental anguish because of the ordeal and that mohamed's civil rightstsere violated. . we'll have more on this story... later on in the show. jessica rae: iowa state university is cutting ties with head football coach paul rhoads. the move comes after the cyclones blew a 21-point halftime lead to kansas state...losing 38- 35. the defeat dropped iowa state to 3-8 on the season and 2-6 in big 12 play. rhoads will coach his final game saturday against west virginia. " (jamie pollard/iowa state athletic director) "this is a decision i wish i didn't have to make. i wish we wouldn't have been in this spot becauau i know it disasaoints a lot of people. especially coach rhoads, , s staff and rhoads hasasix
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million dollar contract, he will be paid a buyout of 4- point-5 million. jessica rae: ford is recalling more than 450- thousand cars because of a potential fuel leak. the recall includes 20-10 and 20-11 ford fusion and mercury milan models built at a ford assembly plant i i mexico. e vehicles have a canister purge valve that may malfunction and cause a crack in the fuel tank, which could eventually lead to a fire. the company says they're not aware of any accidents, injuries, or fires related to the defect. ford and mercury dealers will update software and inspect the fuel tanks of affected vehicles at no cost to the customer. jessica rae: with the long thanksgiving weekend ahead... many are trying to get their cars in shape for trips out of town. but this year ... it's not just the typical holiday rush. with last friday's snow storm hitting some drivers hard... many needed repairs from accidents. body shops... like ron piepers (peep-ers) had to deal with an extra amount
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of work. and it was not just about getting the cars done. "i have looked at probably 3 times as may cars as what i usually would on a monday. i have actually looked at a couple of cars and just made them drivable for the people so that they could have the repairs than after the holidays and not be without ththr car. " jessica rara pieperer peep-er) also said he and his crew are working around the clock to try to get customers their cars back just in time for the holiday. jessica rae: good news if you are hitting the road. gas prices in and around sioux city have fallen below the two dollar mark. just last week drivers were paying as much as 2 dollars and 15 cents for a gallon of regular. " jessica a e: when we come back... i'i' get you caught up on the sioux city school district's project to replace bryant elementary with a new building. stay tuned for the very latest. scott:
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"you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson..
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the stormcast hd where we'll have a very nice tuesday under mostly sunny skies with a fairly calm wind from the east and s stheast. moving into tomorrow, we'll have the clouds clump together and there's a chance of some drizzle and light shower activity coming together in the afternoon. that precipitation chance
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thanksgiving when we expect to have some freezing rain and sleet during the morning hours. to the east and southeast we may have some significant travel issues related to that. siouxland will see limited accumulations of all phases with less than an inch of snow projected to accompany the storm system locally. today's high is 45 under mostly sunny skies. tonight's low is 33 with increasing clouds. tomorrow's high is 42 with clouds and a light wet drizzle. here's
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and 40s s ong with a fairir damp pattern. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: the sioux city school board has taken a big step to finalize plans for a new building to replace one of under mostly sunny skies with a fairly calm wind from the east and southeast. moving into tomorrow, we'll have the clouds clump together and there's a chance of some drizzle and light shower activity coming together i ithe
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precipitation chan will carry over into the sioux city school board has taken a big step to finalize plans for a new buildingto replace one of f the oldede schools in the city ... bryant ementary. the district is inching closer to the approval of a 3 million dollar plan to replace the school. approximately 1 point two million dollars of those funds would be reimbursable by the city. the struggle was finding the right location. there was simply no land to build on and officials didn't want to buy out residents ... but in the end... the community came together to buy 8 homes and make space available. "big investment. we recognize that the community puts in investment into the district to make this happen. we know it's our job to return that investment to the community." "been a lot of strugglep up to this point just simply trying to find a location and then designing the
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building. i think we have an excited neighborhood that is excited to see the building there." jessica rae: and in addition to the new building ... the school will also be outfitted with a geothermal well that cost around 600 thousand dollars. that's pending board approval. other schools in sioux city have alreadadbeen equipped w wh the heating chnology... and the investment is made to last. " these pay off relatively quickly provide a very nice even heat. very relable system and something that has proven to be very succesful in our other buildings." " we keep our buildings for quite a while and when we can pay off the wells within 5 years. which has been rougly the time and we can keep the building for 100 years that's money out of our general fund." jessica rae: the two motions made at last night's school board meeting haven't resulted in a final decision. instead... a public hearing will be held on december 14th to determine the future of bryant elementary. "
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jessica rae: still to come... we'll preview the biggest shopping day of the year. stay tuned to find out what you can expect for this year's black friday. " jessica rae: and.... we all get gift cards as presents this time of year... i'll show you a number of ways to save money buying and using gift cards.
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shopping done before black friday? there is no shortage of deals if you want to get a head start. stores across the county are offering deep discounts on site and online. here's your holiday shopping guide. " " forget black friday....some of the nanaon's biggest retailils are already rolling out their big deals. amazon.com started early... way early. the online retailer launched black friday deals on november second for some products including electronics, toys, and clothing. amazon prime members got access to some of the deals 30 minutes earlier than non-members. wal mart and target are just some of the stores that began offering deep savings on november first. if you're among the growing number of
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shoppers going online for deals, you can expect frere shipping at soso retailers. best buy will send you your products for free this year. no minimum purchase required. if you'd rather stick to tradition and get your door buster savings on black friday, some stores will open their doors starting thursday evening. they include toys r us, k-mart, macy's and target. check your favorite retailer's website for a specific time. expect several of your favorite retailers to push back against this thanksgiving day shopping tradition. a slew of major companies including nordstrom, barnes & won't re-open until friday morning. sporting goods store, rei is stay closed on black friday, they're asking customers spend the day outside instead. as for their employees, they'll be paid to stay home on that day. jessica rae: holiday deal hunters are counting down the days until followed by its cyber monday. bragging about "biggest, boldest year.
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target-dot-com's presididt blogged abououa 15-percentdiscount that will be offered... site-wide-- on cyber monday. and they'll offer 75 virtual deals, or e-doorbusters. jessica rae: and walmart is also getting a jump on celebrating its cyber monday deals early. the retail giant says it will launch its online holiday shopping sales on sunday, november 29th. walmart typically started its cyber sales on the monday after thanksgiving. the company says it will quadruple its number of cyber monday specials this year. about 90 percent of those deals come with free shipping. jessica rae: gift cards are one of the most popular presents to give during the holiday season... abc's becky worley shows us some great ideas on how to save by using them. "gift cards are hot and good news- you can buy them at a discount. and i mean why wouldn't you want to do that? if you're giving it as a gift you paid 79 dollars but you're giving a hundred dollar gift card. boom 20 percent discscnt. often it's'she only way to get a
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when shopping for a coveted item. so i bought this card online for 83 dollars but i just used it to buy 100 dollars worth of christmas presents. that's a win! sfx chaching with 17% discount! grfx stamped on stand up screens of the sites i call out cardcash raise etc (gfx) gift card discscnt method numbmb 1- clearing houses like cardcash.com, raise and gift card granny. yes gift card granny! someone didn't want this one from sports authority- they put it up for sale at a discount i bought a bloomingdales gift card online for 86 dollars but it was worth 100 and i used that 100 to buy makeup - that's essentially 15 percent off and makeup never goes on sale! sfx chaching with 15% discount! grfx stamped on stand up
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these is these is that they are fraudulent, no money loaded on them. and some are electronic ? meaning you print them out. which is a little unnerving. will they actually work? (gfx) most of them did no problem- but, i had one gift card that didn't work - sfx wah wah here's the key buy from a site that has a guarantee- i contacted customer service at the website where i purchased the empty card and they refunded me completely. back to the deal g method 2 - gift cards go on sale big time this week. last year i bought a slew of target gift cards that were 10% discounted gift cards to pay for items on sale and gift cards. jessica and scott are chatting about gigi cards. jessica a d scott are chchting about gift cards. scott:
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jessica and scott are chatting about gift cards. jessica and scott are chatting about gift cards. jessica and scott are chatting about gift cards. scott: good morning siouxland. it's a cool start to your day with 20s and 30s in place. the wind is directed from the east and southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the moment, but be aware there may be some patchy fog in low-lying spots. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are headed back into the midddd 40s with mostst sunny skies overall today.
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place. the wind is directed from the east and southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the moment, but be aware there may be some patchy fog in low-lying spots. here's t t 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... indian hills drive and on 6th street. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... details about a meeting that is aiming to start a real converstation about alcoholism... and homelessness in the native american community. that story is coming up in two
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major problem in our community but in sioux city... it's of special concern to the local native american community. that's why officals from both law enforcement and native american leaders met at a town hall meeting. but first, a look at the numbers. through september of this year, nearly half of sioux city arrests have been native americans. that's on track with last year and the e mbers in 20- 13. compare e at to the fact native americans make up 2-3 percent of the sioux city population. another tough statistic... many of those arrests are repeat offenders. abc9 news reporter elisa raffa has more about a new effort hoping to address the trend. it was a town hall meeting that began with a ceremonial
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blessing and prayer as officals from both law enforcement and the native american community gathered at four directions community center in sioux city on monday. the issue at the forefront... concerns about blic intoxication amongsgsthe native amereran community, as the two entities came together to discuss both problems and solutions, "i'm going to simply say that i believe that those in the public and private trusts who work on recovery need to connect with our native community. i do not think they're doing the job that they would wish to do" says frank lamere, director four directions center. frustrations were even expressed by law enforcement. the woodbury county sheriff says that we got punishment down, we need to work on rehabilitation, detox centers instead of 30 days of jail time.. but those kinds of changes cannot be made without state legislature. get somewhat frustration... i'm the sheriff f d chief young g the chief, we are law enforcement but the ones that make legislative change should be at some of these meetings and when you don't s them it becomes a source of frustration for all of law enforcement because we're the ones dealing with it" says sheriff dave drew, woodbury county. members of the native american community spoke out
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at the meeting, about their own experience with alcohol abuse, concern for their brothers in this time of need, and frustration with city members for not being present at the meeting. "somebody believed in m m and that's the only way that i could be standing g re today is thaha somebody believed in me... and where e sioux city at in that? i doubt that sioux city could afford to put this in the back of the file cabinet and try and pretend that it doesn't have a conscience" says michael o'connor, community advocate. many voiced that alcoholism is not a crime, but a disease.. and for native americans with deep roots in historical trauma, decades of suffering and isolation as a people. "santee sioux nation has creole creek. we had three hundred children die there from starvation under the care of about his lack of attendenen... he says he had about his lack of f attendence... he says he had another meeting, one that was scheduled before this town hall meeting. " jessica rae: toming up.... donald trump is in hot water again... over comments he and candidates from both sides we'll rejoin the race to the white house... up next.
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scott: " " scott:good morning siouxland. let's get a
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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. looking at current conditions, it's a cool start to your day with 20s and 30s in place. the wind is directed from the east and southeastat 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the moment, but be aware there may be some patchy fog in low-lying spots.
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here's a look at the stormcast hd where we'll have a very nice tuesday under mostly sunny skies with a fairly calm wind from the east and southeast. moving into tomorrow, we'll haha the clouds clump together andthere's a chance of some drizzle and light shower activity coming together in the afternoon. that precipitation chance will carry over into thanksgiving when we expect to have some freezing rain and sleet during the morning hours. to the east and southeast we may have some
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significant travel issues related to that. siouxland will see limited accumulations of all phases with less than an inch of snow projected to accompany the storm system locally. today's high is 45 under mostly sunny skies. tonight's low is 33 with increasing clouds. tomorrow's high is 42 with clouds and a light wet drizzle. here's your 7 day forecast where we'll have 30s and 40s along with a fairly damp pattern. skycam hd in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, iowa.
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cool start to your day with 20s and 30s in place. the wind is directed from the east and southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the moment, but be aware there may be some patchy fog in lowowying spots. hehe's a look at the stormcast hd where we'll have a very nice tuesday under mostly sunny skies with a fairly calm wind from the east and southeast. moving into tomorrow, we'll have the clouds clump together and there's a chance of some drizzle and light shower activity coming together in the afternoon. that precipitation chance will carry over into thanksgiving when we expect to have some freezing rain and sleet during the morning hours. to the east and southeast we may haveveome significant travel issues related t t that. siououand will see lilited a couple of
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their way through the hawkeye state yesterday. jessica rae: republican presidential candidate carly fiorina was in sioux city monday. a couple dozen people filled a home in morningside to hear from the former hewlitt- packard c-e-o. fiorina's poll numbers are slipping as of late, but a new survey shows she's popular with younger voters. one man in the audience came all the way frfr kansas to see fiorina. "i was really glad to come up and see carly and i knew that there'd be some fellow conservatives up here and i know she's a smart girl. that i know, you don't become ceo of hp because you don't know what's your doing. really impressed tonight, i was sort of looking at trump but i think she's got alot more then what he's got." says bill fetter from lenexa, kansas. jessica rae: fiorina's latest poll numbers place her in sixth place... with abobo four percent support. jessica rae: g-o-p presidential hopeful marco
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rubio spent his monday campaigning in the hawkeye state. rubio spent some time in carrol and council bluffs. the surging republican chimed in on the fight against isis at the event... saying if he were president, he'd make an example out of terrorists in the middle east. (marco rubio/(r) presidential candidate) "i believe we should be carrying out attacks against sunni leadershipnodes, videotaping the whole thing and putting it up on youtube so the whole world can see that these people are not invincible. i want the world to see how these isis leaders cry like babies when they're captured." jessica rae: rubio also spoke at the nebraska republican founders day event . jessica rae: donald trump is riding a new high in the polls following the terrorist attacks in europe. according to the new abc news washington post poll... terrorism has surged as an election issue since the paris attacks, and dorump leads with a wide margin as the most trusted to deal with the issue amononrepublican voters. on the campaign trail, truru has been using tough lalauage o terrorism and d muslims. this weekend he repeated a widely debunked story about muslim
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reaction to september 11th. that comment has come under intense scrutiny. reporter mary maloney has the latest. "( donald trump/(r) presidential candidate): "i saw people getting together and in very large numbers, celebrating as the world trade center was coming down." it's a line recently repeated on the republican campaign trail. (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate): "i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of peopleleere cheering as that building was coming down." both donald trump and ben carson have said they saw video of people in new jersey cheering on september 11th. (reporter question): "did you see that happening though, on 9/11?" (ben carson/(r) presidential candidate): "i saw the film of it, yes." (reporter question): "in new jersey?" (ben carson/(r) presidential candidate): "yes." but many media outlets question the claim. (george stephanopoulos/hos t): "police say it didn't happen." (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate): "there were people that werereheering on the other side of new jejeey, where you have large arab populations. they were cheering as the world trade
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center came down." (george stephanopoulos/hos t): "as i said, the police are saying that didn't happen." teams of fact checkers found different origins to the story. rumor or,baseless claims. video of people celebrating overseas not in new jersey. or to an article from the washington post describing law enforcement questioning "people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks...while they watched the devastation on the other side of the river." but there's no evidence anything came of the questioning. ben carson has since backtracked on his statement and other candidates distanced themselves from the claim. ( rick santorum/(r) presidential candidate): : don't recall s sing it." ( bernie s sders/ (d) presidential candidate): "i don't know where mr. trump gets his evidence." the billionaire businessman is still topping the gop field in a nationwide survey and leads carson by ten points. i'm mary moloney reporting. jessica rae: florida senator marco rubio is speaking out against donald trump's comments on 9-11. while in council bluffs... rubio said trump needs to check his facts. "(sen. marco rubio/(r) presidential candidate) "again, it's not true. there's plenty of fact checks to prove that it isn't. as i said earlier in this campaign if all i did all day is respond to everything donald trump says isn't true i wouldn't be able to run my campaign."
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jessica rae: and rubio isn't the only presidential candidate bashing trump... democrat bernie sanders is saying he's appalled by recent comments made by trump. releasing a statement saying trump should be ashamed of himself. "well i would hope that in our democracy in the united states of america, the truth does matter. the truth will matter, and trust me, if i run against donald trump, we will, he will, and the american people will learn the truth jessica rae: sanders went on to say quote: "a"aricans can not t stroy isis by undermining the constitution and our religious freedoms" democratic frontrunner hillary clinton was stumping in nevada yesterday. the former secretary of state took jabs at republicans reminding the crowd the economic crisis, war in iraq and national debt all happened under george w. bush. clinton alal said
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she doesn't just want democrats to vote for her... she also wants some republicans to as well. "(hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) it was a terrible situation that was handed off from the prior republican president to the incoming democratic president and i don't want people to forget that. i want democrats to vote for me, but i want sensible republicans to vote for me too. the only way the republicans can win this election is if they can induce a state of amnesia in all of us." jessica rae: clinton continues to hold a double digit lead againin bernie sanders and martin o'malley. jessica rae: n-b-c has reached an agreement with four republican presidential candidates for equal airtime, following donald trump's 12-minute appearance on "saturday night live." john kasich, mike huckabee, jim gilmore, and lindsey graham
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minutes of free advertising on 18 n-b-c afafliate stations in iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina. the ads will air in prime-time this week on friday and saturday, as well as during "saturday night live." n-b-c came up with the agreement in compliance with f-c-c regulations, allowing presidential candidates equal time for any appearance that does not qualify as a news event. jessica rae: norfolk is looking for ways to bring more workers to the area... and norfolks fire e marshal is tellili people to be careful cooking their turkeys. here's susan risinger w wh the details.s. "a graduate of northeast community college and bellevue university has been hired to recruit more workers to the norfolk area. norfolk area chamber of commerce president and ceo mark zimmerer says amanda barfuss started her new position last week. nebraska's new director of corrections says there are several challenges facing his department. scott frakes says overcrowding and a shortage of qualified workers top the list of things he needs to correct t get the department back on track.
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norfolk fire marshal terry zwiebel is urging those planning to deep-fry their turkeys for thanksgiving to use extra caution. he says the fryer should be on a surface that isn't going to easily catch fire, and the turkey needs to be free of all excess moisture. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " jessica rae: a new poll suggests not many americans trust the federal government. the pew research poll s ss st 19 percent of americans surveyed trust the government most or all of the time. according to pew...that's close to the lowest level in the past 60 years. when it comes to political parties, 32 percent of republicans and g-o-p aners surveyed say they are angry with the government. that's compared to just 12 percent for democrats and democratic leaners. and 89 percent of republicans polled say they sometimes or never trust the government ... compared to 72 percent of democrats. jessica rae: coming up in sports... western n ristian
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and spspit lake both played for state football championship yesterday. we'll have all the action from a wild day at the dome up ahead. scott: stay tuned for
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especially of iowa and football teams they'll be going head to head in game, and this year's honored at the game have been announced. iowa state trooper trac bohlen and nurse jane mccurdy have been selected as the recognized at the game. on the nebebska side, lifefeurd kasesejones will be r rognized as ll. all of the heroes recognized at the game will have their names inscribed on the coveted heroes trophy and the hawkeyes and huskers will duke it out to decide who gets to take the trophy home right here on abc9. be sure to tune in for the game. that'll be at 2:30 p-m on friday. jessica rae: after an extra three days of waiting, spirit lake and western christian finally got to take the turf at the uni-dome in search of state
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championships. here's chris with hihilights from the wild state title games. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. last thursday, two siouxland teams were in action at the i-dome in search of state championships. yesterday, two more schools, spirit lake and western christian, were back on the turf looking for the same. we'll start in 2a, the indians looking for their second title in 4 seasons. and this is a pretty good start...opening kickoff...billy brown, finds a seam and he gets gone...82 yards to the house and just 13 seconds into the game it's 7-0 indians. 21-7 after the first and in the second, irit lake strikes again...logan backhaus, flings it to brown and check out the catch he makes for six. this kid is going to play basketball at north dakota next year, maybe he can be a two sport athlete for the fighting hawks, it's 28-7. later in the quarter...backhaus, keeps it up the gut...he accounted for nearly 500 yards rushing and passing...33 of those right here...42-14 at the half. in the third, backhaus, one of his four rushing
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an injury and have to be taken off on a sttcher, but coach bolluyt tweeted a picture of him back with his teammates on the bus after the game. spit lake hangs 70 and they win a shootout, 70-56. earlier in the day, western christian taking on the 5 time defending champs from regina. the pack strikes first...tyson kooima to dustin marra...it was 7-0 after the first. after regina tied d up in the second...kooima hits taylor miedema he breaks a tackle and tacks on 6...14-7. again, the regals tie it up and then nathan stenger drops a dime to sam lincoln, just out of reach for w- c...69 yard score break. down 2 scores, but with the jump ball to and gets it to cut the lead t t7.
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pack not goingaway...kooima to gesink yet again...that makes it 35-28. under a minute to play now 4th and 9...and the pass falls incomplete. western christian falls in the championship, 35-28. to hear from the indians and wolfpack, head to our website, siouxland matters dot com. have a great day everybody. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. it's a cool start to your day with 20s and 30s in place. the wind is directed from the east and southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the moment, but be aware there may be some patchy fog in low-lying spots. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are headed back into the middle 40s with mostly sunny skies overall today. rae place. the wind is
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directed frorothe east and s stheast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the momenen but be aware there may be some patchy fog in low-lying spots. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are headed back into the middle 40s with mostly sunny skies overall today. place. the wind is directed from the east and southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the moment, but be aware there may be some patchy fog in low-lying spots. here's the step in fixing its cars involved in the emissions scandal. kendis gibson and reena ninan have the details. good morning, topping "america's money" -- volkswagen offers a fix. >> it submitted california for prob >> half a million vehicles in the u.s. would be eligible for th fix. black friday shohoppers already camping out to be the fit in line for those deals. >> wow, as for the best day to shop for jewelry it's thanksgivingng
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rld to cook... or so we think. reporter jeanne moos shows us on when a toaster itself becomes....toast. "grilled cheese. it's so much work. all that exhausting flipping. no wonder some are opting to do something so easy... (nats)s)so easy even a guy could do it." they call it a life hack, , little internet tricko make life easier. you flip your
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toaster on its side. (nats) "then you're gonna put bread on toaster with cheese on bottom piece of bread." then you toast. (from reilly harring) "it's bubbling in back." moments later... (nats) "ahhh." out pop the bread slices, one atop the other. (from metalfrogman23) "whoop." (from aly hodge) "whoop." (laughter) but you know who wasn't laughing? the british woman whose toaster did this. she had to pull the plug and get the thing out of her house. 66-year-old suzanne dale posted the photos on facebook saying "don't try this at home! please share. there must be other people as daft as me!" oh there are... (from aleahjo) "aw fire, fire, there's fire! that's a lot of fire. dude, it's electrical. i feel we should not let that happen." so does the london fire brigade, tweeting "bad idea." (j(jnne moos, repopoing) "this is not roroet science. fifi officials say when you turn a toaster sideways,
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onto the heating elements and...poof..ignite." it's happened before. this is a life hack that could actually live up to being called killer. (from corey vs haters) "if your toaster sets on fire ...make a wish." (explosion) we wish people would stick to grilling their cheese rather than their toasters. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. jessica rae scsct: jessica and scott are chatting about grilled cheese. jessica and scott are chatting about grilled cheese. jessica and scott are chatting about grilled cheese. jessica and scott are chatting about grilled cheese. scott:
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be some patchy fog in low-lying spots. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are headed back into the middle 40s with mostly sunny skies overall today. jessica rae scott: adlib jessica rae: " cocong up in our six o'clock hour... i'llllring you the dedeils behind a shocking double murder and with 20s and 30s in place. the wind is directed from the east and southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the moment, but be aware there may be some patchy fog in low-lying spots. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are headed back into the middle 40s with mostly sunny skiki overall today. jessica rae scott: adlib
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" coming up in our six o'clock hour... with 20s and 30s in place. the wind is directed from the east and southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. visibility is ok at the moment, butbe aware there mayay be some patchy fog in low-lying spots. here's the dayplanner where temperatures are headed back into the " coming up in our six o'clock hour... i'll bring you the details behind a shocking double murder and attempted suicide in des moines.s. stay tuned to hear from neighbors of the mily involved in the tragedy. jessica rae: " plus... the boy who was taken into police custody for bringing a home made clock to school... is now suing the city. hear from his
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