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area. expect a rain, morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. could see more of inches of ice and up northwest dry, temperatures through the day, we already hit our high temperatures, so our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snow ends this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine... temperatures struggle in 20s. next snow chance is monday, " " for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice " jessica rae: coming up this morning on abc9 news... after the shocking video released earlier this week... we'll get to know the chicago teenager
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who was shot 16 times by a police officer... " jessicicrae: plus... i'll show you u w a siouxland soup kitchen is preparininto feed the homeless a traditional turkey dinner for thanksgiving. " jessica rae: and... if you're not a fan of turkey... how about turkducken instead? we'll show you how to make one. these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" jessica rae: good morning and happy thanksgiving! thank you for joining us... we begin this morning with protests in chicago... after dashcam video of a shooting at the hands of police was released tuesday. reporter ryan young has more: " " when laquan mcdonald was shot and killed more than a year ago -- his death went by with little notice. but the release of dash cam video showing how the 17- year-old was gunned down by a police officer has propelled his case into the national spotlight. ( shyrell
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hnson/laquan mcdonald's uncle/wgn) "my nephew was shot in the back and all them other places 16 times." (nats) 16 shots. the phrase protesters having been chanting as they call for justice for the slain teen. 16 shots mcdonald lived a hard life growing up on the south side of chicago. in december of 2000, at the age of three he is taken from his mother after charges of neglect and placed in foster care. between 2000 and 2002 mcdonald is moved three times before being sent back live with his mother. but his time in fostur care wasn't over. in june of 2003 at age six, he's taken from his mother again after state investigators find his mother's boyfriend abused him by leaving "cuts, welts and bruises" on his body. mcdonald's life appears to stabilize when he's placed with his gat- grandmother and d she becomes his otdmhedi
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in limbo again. just several months later, mcdonald is arrestedor marijuana possession and spends four months in juvenile detention before moving in with his uncle in may of 2014. five months later, with pcp in his system and a knife in his hand, mcdonald is gunned down by officer jason van dyke on the night of october 20th, 2014. earlier this year, mcdonald's mother received a 5-million dollar settlement om the city of chicago. and the release of the video showing mcdonald's death has led to a first degree murder charge for officer van dyke. jessica rae: lincoln authorities say they've concluded their investigation of an alleged rape that took place in the home of three nebraska players, and no charges will be filed. at a press conference in ncoln... lalaaster county attorney joe kelly said forensic evidence "wasn't an issue" because authorities knew who was in the house on nov 15th when the alleged incident was to have taken place.
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three football players and 3 others. authorities say a rape kit was conducted but doubt still remains. " we have completed our investigatioin into this matter and no arrests will be made into this," said lincoln police chief jim peschong of the lincoln police department. "beyond a reasonable doubt. that simply is not there and ethically i can not move forward,"said lancaster countyattorney joe kelly. jessica rae: in a written statement the university of nebraska athletets department, said there is no change in the status of any student-athletes. we will contin to follow university policies. jessica rae: the orange city woman sentenced to prison time for the death of a 3- year-old in her care... is getting a break. and now, word the sioux county attorney will not challenge the decision. sapp is serving two 50 year sentences for the death of 3-year old autumn elgersma, who she admitted to throwing on the ground while at her in-home daycare. last year, she made a plea deal... and then last month, judge edward jacobson, changed her sentence citing good behavior
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while in pririn. now, sapp will serve her sentences at the same time, effectively, cutting them in half. autumn's mother, jen, didn't see that coming. jen elgersma speaking on the phone to us about the case. jen elgersma speaking on the phone to us about the case. jen elgersma speaking on the phone to us about the case. " jessica rae: jen elgersma speaking on the phone to us about the case. jen elgersma speaking on the phone to us about the case. " jessica rae: under iowa law, the judge is allowed to reconsider sentences within a year of the senteneing date, without notifying the county attorney or the victim's family. this is sort of an unprecedented move ...undermines any closure the victims may have had. jessica rae: the family of autumn elgersmsm
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thth plan to attendll future parole hearings so the iowa role board is aware of the impact sapp's crimes had on them and their community in general. jessica rae: the elgersma family is honoring the memory of autumn by helping start a center for children who have been abused. autumn's center, will be the newest addition to the season's center for behavioral health located in spencer iowa. they've just recently received a grant for just over 35 thousand dollars from the iowa department of public health to recruit child and adolescent phychiatrists within the next few weeks, season's center plans ononegining renovavaons for autumn's center. jessica rae: a house fire in morningside on south rustin street, claimed the life of a familyog... the fire happened yesterday around 8 a-m. sioux city fire firefighters had to make a hole in the roof of the home in order to contain the fire.
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they say the fire started in the kitchen and spread up into the attic. " crews went ahead and made entry, and found a fire in a kitchen that had extended through the ceiling up into the attic of the structure.'' jessica rae: the family's cat was able to be rescued. the home is un- livable for the time-being and the red cross is helping the famimi. jessica rae: republican presidenal frontrunner donald trump says he's getting a major endorsement next week. the trump campaign announced a coalition of 100 african-american pastors and evangelical leaders will endorse him on monday. the campaign says the endorsement will come after a private meeting at new york's trump wer. the endorsement comes amid racial controversies surrounding trump. earlier this week, trump suggested a black lives matter protester ejected from an alabama campaign stop may have deserved to be "roughed up". " jessica rae: alright when we come back... i'll take you to the siouxland soup kitchen... and their r forts to give the
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homeless population a proper thanksgiving dinner. that story is coming up next. scott: we'll have... white thanksgiving and colder temperatures! "you're watching abc9 news this morning... wiwi ... jessica rara.. and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. " ""
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for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice acacmulation, and snow around an inch.southeast siouxland could see more of both, closer to .2
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to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry, temperatures will be falling through the day, we already hit our high temperatures, so our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snow ends this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine... temperatures struggle in 20s. next snow chance is monday, jessica rae scott: white thanksgiving! jessica rae: for those less fortunate in sioux for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around s sux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. sostheast siouxland could see more of both, closer to .2
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to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry, temperatures will be falling through the day, we already hit ououhigh temperaturur, so our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snownds this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine... temperatures struggle in 20s. next t snow chance is monday, jessica rae scott: white e anksgiving! jessica rae: for those less fortunate in sux city... thanksgiving came for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. litite ice accumulation, and snow around an inch.
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both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry, temperatures will be falling through the day, we already hit t r high temperatates, so our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snow ends this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine... temperatures struggle in 20s. next snow chance is monday, jessica rae scott: white thanksgiving! jessica rae: for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. southeast siouxlanan could see more of both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up
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to 3 ibches of snow. northwest for those less fortunate in sioux city... thanksgiving came one day early... abc9 news reporter lukas voss has more on the soup kitchen serving a delicious turkey dinner to those in need... sot: "we are serving our turkey, grilled potatoes, dressing." vo: and much more ... sioux city's souou kitchen openededheir ors at 4:30 today for people in need of a warm holiday meal. evelyn marsh has been managing the soup kitchen for the past 20 years and around the holiday's it always seems a bit more crowded. sot: "i am expecting over 200 hundred tonight hopefully." the soup kitchen runs on donations. people volunteer to spent their time so that
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hers may a have a warm meal on a day typically spent with the family. it's something marsh enjoys for a simple reason." sot: "the thing i get out of it is beeing needed. it's a good feeling to be needed. it's a statisfaction because you never know when one of your loved ones or your family could be in that position. and just to finish the list. sot: "cranbarar sweet potatoesesumpkin pie with whip cream and rolls and butter, green bean casserole ... i think that's enough don't you?" jessica rae: the soup kitchen is not open today... but there are several other locations providing those in need with holiday spirit and a warm meal. rebos restaurant downtown will s sve dinner from 11 to 2 pm ... they expect around 2 to 3 hundred people.. the gospel mission on bluff street will also serve their traditional thanksgiving meal and while the siouxland soup kitchen got plenty of donations for their holiday meal they also want to remind people they are in need of donations throughout the
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year. and if you want to donate ... simply give them a call at 712-258- 0027 jessica a e: and down at hy- vee... employees have worked hard, roasting turkeys around the clock. workers at the hy-vee on hamilton boulevard say they cooked birds non-stop until today. this year will be a record year for their catering orders. al metz of the hy- vee catering says it's a busy time. al metz sasa, "we will go n n stop and cooking approximately 30 at a time, some of the turkeys will go out cold most of them will be full. carving the turkeys will be a fulltime job." jessica rae: and firefighters in des moines got to dig into their thanksgiving feast a day early. fire crews from urbandale, clive, johnston, windsor heights, and waukee were honoror from the community for their service yesterday community and family members sat down with the firefighters, who were thankful for the support.
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"it's a way of being thankful for our safety. everyone is going home at the end of their shift. we're very thankful for that. we're very thankful for the communities that help support us. we're very thankful for the citizens within the communities who are taking fire safety so seriously." jessica rae: crews gathered r the festivities at the urbandale fire station. " " jessica rae: after the break... i'll tell you what makes abe the turkey so special... and why he's extra thankful this year. " " jessica rae: plus... have you ever had a turducken? well if this intrigues you... you'll want to stay tuned... beuse we'll
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jethe national thanksgiving turkey, named abe, was pardoned by president obama during a white house ceremony yesterday. the president's daughters also joined him for the event. jessica rae: most americans have turkey on thanksgiving... but some go all- out t d get a turducken. thatat chicken ... stuffed inside duck ... stuffed
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complicated ... but one texas shop is here to show us how its done. " this shop is showing us how to make a turducken. " this shop is showing us how to make a turducken. " this shop is showing us how to make a turducken. "this shop is showing us how to make a turducken. "this shop is showing us how to make a turducucn. "this shop is s owing us how t tmake a turducken. " jessica rae: " this shop is showing us how to make a turducken. " this shop is showing us how to make a "this shop is showing us how to make a turducken. "this shop is showing us how to make a "this shop is showing us how to make a turducken. " jessica rae: scott: " thth shop is showing us how to makeke turducken. " this shop is showing us how to make a turducken. turducken. us how to make a turducken. "this shop is showing turducken. " jessica rae: scott:
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"this shop is showing jessica and elisa are chatting about turducken. jessica and elisa are chatting about turducken. jessica and elisa are chatting about turducken. scott: happy thanksgiving! wint storm advisory in effect for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snowowround an inch. area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early
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afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. southeast siouxland could see more of both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry,emperatures wiol be falling through the day, we already hit our high temperatures, so our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snow ends this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekenenwith d-o-t traffic cam'm' here at . many folks still waking up and arting their wowoday....please drive safely everyone... " jessica rae: still to come... iowa state troopers will be on the roads today monitoring traffic more so than ucual. i'll tell you why...
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of things to be thankful for this thanksgiving .... but traffic is not one of them. the holiday is one of the worst for travelers. iowa state troopers will be more prominant in several l eas monitotong road safety and the hundredsdsf travelers trng to get to their destination. abc9 news reporter bria bell has more. "we are aware of the extra traffic that's going to be on," said farley. more drivers this holiday cod mean more accidents if drivers are not careful. thanksgiving is known nationwide to have more traffic, but siouxlanders should be on an even higher alert considering the winter weather advisories that have
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been issued for totoy.tate trooper john farley says to nitor speed signs,as speeding is linked to most fatalities in the state of iowa. "speed, you know we've said it forever, speed kills. it still is the number one thing. people are in a hurry to either get to their destination or get home," said farley. so far this year, iowa has had nearly 300 fatalities. because of the higher risks that may soon be present on the highways. iowa state troopers will have more personnel on duty to monitior the roadways. "we want to make sure that...hopefully we want to see that number end there and then next year go down," said farley. drivers that have already stard their road trip say the increased number of vehicles on the road is all it takes for them to be even more careful. "i'd say i'm a little more cautious just because i know it's going to be a lot more drivers out and the weather wasn't too great the past couple of days," said baxter. "i see alot of things going on on the road, i see it as a spectator and also [by] avoiding problems," said marc. in sioux city, bria bell abc 9 news. jessica rae: iowa state trooper farley also wants to
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mindful of construction areas and to practice your best defensive driving skills because anything can happen at any given time. " jessica rae: coming up.... i'll bring you the effort of one family who is looking to bring their miracle baby back home. your health matters is up next. scott: white thangiving and cold temperatures!
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for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeoveto snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. southeast siouxland could see more of
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both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry, temperatures will be falling through the day, we ready hit our high temperatures, so our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snow ends this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine... temperatures struggle in 20s. next snow chance is monday, for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux cityty little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. southeast siouxland could see more of both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry, temperatures will be falling through the day, we already hit our high
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our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snow ends this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine... temperaturur struggle in 20s. next snow chance is monday, jessica rae scott: white thanksgiving! jessica rae: if you're a parent, for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. southeasassiouxland coululsee more of both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry, temperatures will be falling through the day, we already hit our high temperatures, so
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our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snow ends this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine... temperatures struggle in 20s. next snow chance is monday, jessicicrae scott: white thanksgiving! for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. southeast siouxland could see more of both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry, temperatures will be falling through the day, we already hit our high temperatures, so our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s.
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cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine... temperatures struggle in 20s. next snow chance is monday, jessica rae scott: white thanksgiving! jessica rae: if you're a parent, , yoyoknow how hard it is to be away from your kids. two elk point parents haven't had their kids under their roof the entire time they've been a family of four. their 2-year-old, jack, has spent his entire life in the hospital. but, now it looks like, he could come home soon... and while that's exciting, it means they'll need more support than ever. abc9 news anchor jenna rehnstrom has there story... in this weeks your health matters. as the miltenbergers go rough r normal evening routine, a piece of their family is missing. if fact, they've never been
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quite whole. erin says, "we have two boys. cale is 6 and ja is 2." erin & ben's younger son, jack, hasever been to thfamily's elk point home. he was born 16 weeks premature, weighing only a pound and a half. the early delivery meant jack's lungs weren't fully formed and he's struggled with severe breathing problems ever since. at their lowest point, when erin and ben feared they would lose their baby, the decision was made to move him to a special children's hospital in ohio. erin says, "there was a lot of deliberating about whether or not that would be the best choice, but we detererned and decided as a family that transferrinin him would be the st choice." itit a decision that likely savav jack's life, and now it looks like the day his parents have dreamed about may be in reach. jack can come home once his doctors see success with a new home ventilator. if all goes as planned, the miltenbergers could celebrate the new year as a family of four. but with that excitement comes the family's newest challenge. they'll need in-home nursing care for jack here in elk point, and nurses are in high demand. erin hopes by sharing their story... somone out there will be the answer to their prayers. erin says, "the more people that can share jack's story
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it's something we've been waiting for for over two years w." ben n ys, "it'll happpp, and i really hope it's this time." bringing jack home, and making their family complete. answer to their prayers. erin says, "the more people that can share jack's story and let them know that we need nurses. it's something we've been waiting for for over two years now." ben says, "it'll happen, and i reallyly hope it's this time." bringing jack home, family complete. jessica rae: if you know a nurse who might be interested in caring for jack once he gets home, are working through universal pediatrics. jack does qualify for care 24/7, so insurance helps and the company is
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able to offer benefits and even a sign-on bonus. for more on this story... just head on over to sioland matters dot com. jessica rae: the holidays are almost upon us, and with then comes stress. but there are ways to relilie some of that physical tension. stress usually creeps up higher than usual during the holidays... with shopping, traveling, and family gatherings. but dennis has some ways to keep that stress level to a minimum. first, just breathe. " (dennis buttimer, mind body coach) "what we're going to do is a yoga breath so we're going to inhale through the nose and we're going to fill up our stomach like a balloon, and then let your chest rise up. and on the exhale, you just squeeze the stomach gently. jessica rae: then you should create a relaxation response. "(dennis buttimer, mind body coach) "i'm going to ask you to tap alternately y the opposite e e of your shoulders o o with your indede fifier just alternately tapping on the outsides of your knees. "and now, imagine a source of this holiday stress for you. it could be pressures, it could be expectations, it
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could even be grief. "when you tap the rit side, it's actually tapping more so on the left side of the brain and vice versa so it's hard to hold that upset state that you're in." jessica rae: dennis says you should take a few minutes everyday to get rid of stress because it can help impmpve your quality of sleep, reduce headaches, lower blood presre, and release muscle tension. jessica rae: exercising when you're a senior citizen can be difficult. but there are classes that cater to older fitness fanatics. this energetic group has come to this seated fitness class to work on their mobility, strength and flexibility. the added stability of a chair means even people with balance issues can join in. "(bobbie elzey/fitness instructor) "we always start off with a real long warm up because their body needs to adjust. and then, we do a little bit of standing up motions, doing squats because you need to squat. everybody needs to squat everyday and we workn that." jessica rae:instructor bobbie elzezehas been
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teaching the class for 35-years and many of f e participantstsork out with her three-times a week. she guides them through free- weight and elastic strap routines to help them build strength. "(suzanne goodell/92 year old participant) when you're old, range of motion in your legs, in your hips, inour knee, in your neck and all over is excruciatingly important because then you've moved all the rest of the day, you move more freely." jessica rae: bobbie says the exercises help the elderly with some of their daily tasks... like carrying grocery bags, opening their car door, and going up stairs... jessica rae: ming up in sporor... sb-l's colol croston has followed hisisad's foot steps to iowa city. find out what both of them have to say on the family legacy up ahead. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast... white thanksgiving!
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the legendary nfl player and sportscaster suffered from a brain disease linked to football injuries. it's c-t-e -- and doctors can only diagnose it after death. is may change the way the game is playeye.. especially as the league considers rule changes regarding concussions. reporter mary moloney ]xplains. "a stunning revelation from the family of the late frank gifford. the gridiron great played 12 grueling years in the national football league -- before setting his sights on the studio as a sports broadcaster. (nats) "hello again everyone i'm frank gifford and welcome to joe robbie stadium." for 27 years -- audiences watched him on monday night football. off the field --he was married to t-v personality kathie lee. gifford was no stranger to hard knocks. here is the running back in 1960 -- taking a massive hit -- leaving him motionless on the field. the head injury so severe -- he had to take time off from the game. but now -- gifford's family confirms what they suspected... pathologists say he suffered from a degenerative brain disease -- cte. thsame disease suffered by numerous former n-f-l players. this, as existing n-f-l concussion protocols come under scrutiny.
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sunday -- st. louis rams quarterback case keenum -- took a hard hit to the head. he looked shaken and needed help getting up, but he was allowed to play on. e n-f-l says -- its new concussion standards to protect players failed -- and the league will now consider whether to discipline teams found in violation. n-f-l commissioner roger goodell issued a statement saying the health and safety of f players is the highest priority -- - but there is moror work to do -- that would honor great men like frank gifford. i'm mary moloney reporting. jessica rae: if you're planning on going to the iowa-nebraska heroes game on friday... be prepared for an increase in security. the game is scheduled to kick off at 2:30 in the afternoon, but officials are encouraging those in attendance to arrive at memorial stadium a little earlier blankets wililbe allowed, but no backpacks or b b bags. all l necessary items shoulde left at homer in the car. and if you're
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planning on watching the game at home, be sure to tune in to abc9 this friday we'll have extended coverage of the heroes game between iowa and nebraska. kick off will be at 2:30pm jessica rae: while a lot of siouxlanders have strong feelings for iowa or nebraska. few can relate to the crostons in sergeant bluff. here's chris with more. chris palmquist--"good morning and happy thanksgiving everybody. seven current iowa hawkeyes call siouxland home. five of those players are in their first year with the program, but the remaining two are a pair of walk-ons who have worked their way onto the depth chart. brandon snyder from west lyon is the backup safety and a special teams standout and sb-l's cole croston has moved up from walk-on to starting right tackle for the hawkeyes, following in his dad dave's foot steps 30 years ago. cole croston--"he was a fantastic player and i don't think i'm necessarily in his shadow by any means. i'm just trying to be my own player. he was a great player. if i could even be half as good as he was it would be a fantastic career for me." dave croston--"the fact that i played down there, you know, my name's on the wall in the o-line room, i think he maybe caught a little
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grief from the other guys, but i don't think there was everer really pressure. we don't talk about tetenique, we don't talk about his kick- step or we don't talk about a whole lot football wise. just a little bit every now and then, but the big thing has just been when you get an opportunity you have to make the most of it and that's what he's done." chris palmquist--we'll hear more from cole and dave coming up tonight in our heroes game preview special. 6:30, alex walker and i will take an indepth look at the rivalry and preview the black friday matchup. then friday i'll be live in lincoln at memorial stadium and alex will be at the pregame party here at the hard rock hotel and casisi for a full hour long g eview show...that begins at 10 am. we hope to see you then, but today, enjoy your thanksgiving everybody. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your
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happy thanksgiving! winter storm advisory in effect for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. southeast siouxland could see more of both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry, temperatures will be falling through the day, we already hit our high temperatures, so our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snow ends this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine...
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struggle in 20s. next snow chance is monday, rae thanks elisa... this morning... drivers are thankful for yet another drop in gas prices. reena ninan and kendis gibson have the details. good morning. topping "america's money" -- the lowest gas prices in seven years. >> aaa says the average price nationwide this morning, $2.05. this is the 18th conseay with a deease. more than half the stations in ththe country haverices below $h 2. new details in the costco e. colioutbreak. blame it on the veggies. >> the salad sickened at least 19 people in 7 states. costco uses the same vegetable supplier nationwide. >and katniss better watch out
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>> the good dinosaur may stop "the hunger games, mockingjay part 2" this weekend. >> "creed" the latest installment of the rocky series opens this weekend. and that's "america's money."kohl's stores open thursday at 6pm and it's the best black fridayay ever! feuring black friday doorbusters in store onl like0% off toys the sony p pystation 4 - $299.99 $4.99 after rebate kitchen electricss and women's boots are just $14.99. plus - only once a year get $15 kohl's cash for every $50 spent! kohl's stores open thursday at 6pm for the best black friday ever
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for his speeches. he is now getting a boost in attention for his singing. obama's singing voice garnered national attention earlier this year when he sang at a memorial service in south carolina. "president obama singing amazing grace" jessica rae: the british rock band coldplay says it plans to feature a clip of his singing on the band's forthcoming album, "a head full of dreams." frontman chris martin says a clip of the president
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was used because of the historical significance of what he did. the band's album is due to be released next month. jessica rae: adele's music is normally breaking hearts. but now it is also breaking records. the british singer's latest album "25" sold a massive two-and- a-half million copies -- in just three days. that's a new single-week sales record. rerter samuel burke looks into the singer's ongoing success " (music) the week isn't even over yet. and adele is already saying "hello" to e biggest first-week album sales in all of history. the powerful lyrics and soaring vocals for the albums' first single are propelling her third studio album - twenty five - her age when writing these songs - to hit these record- breaking heights. now forecast to sell three million albums - in the u.s. alone - adele's easily saying "bye bye bye" to the previous fastest-selling record holders. nsync's album "no strings attached",
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which sold 2.4 million in its first week 15 years ago. the record bosses no doubt pleasantly surprised. but likely nobody more stunned than the singer herself. adele considered walking away from the spotlight after her last record - 21 - which sold more than 11 million copies. fearing she'd never repeat the sales and critical acclaim - she thought it might be better to leave it all behind, on a high note (music/nats) 21 was a break-up album, the singer says. she calls 25 a make- up record. "i'm making up with myself. making up for lost time. making up with everything i ever did and never did." and thphenomenal album sales are easily making up for any money adele would have received from streaming music services like spotify.
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taking taylor swift's game plan one step further - adele also kept the new record off of apple music. a strategy that's clearly driving people to buy the album ( jayson greene senior editor, pitchfork) "the fact that adele is able to reject streaming places in the one percent of the one percent of the music industry. it has become its own music industry status symbol." she doesn't just do sad songs she can make us laugh: joining in with a group of adele impersonators on the bbc the world's watched her grow, singing her way from 19, to 21, and now 25 is taking her right into the record books. jessica rae scott: jessica and elisa are chatting about adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about
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chatting about adele. scott: jessica and elisa are chatting about adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about adele. scott: jessica and elisa are chatting about adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about adele. for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early
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snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. southeast siouxland could see more of both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up to 3 inches of snow. northwest siouxland could stay dry, temperatures will be falling through the day, we already hit our high temperatures, so our 5pm temperature will be in the mid 20s. snow ends this evening, cloudy, cold, and blustery tonight. cold weekend with sunshine... temperatures struggle in 20s. next snow chance is monday, jessica rae scott: adlib white thanksgiving! jessica rae:
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for much of the area. expect a rain, snow, sleet mix this morning and early afternoon. later it will changeover to snow. around sioux city.. little ice accumulation, and snow around an inch. southeast siouxland could see more of both, closer to .2 inches of ice and up jessica rae: " coming up in our six o'clock hour... we'll look into the planned revamp of the state's medicaid program... and why so many are concerned about it. jessica rae: " " and... the 13th annual memorial march to honor native american children was held yesterday. hear from the four directions
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