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headed back into the 50s. region. this is significantly cooler wind is pretty light from the east and a look at the headed back into the 50s. good morning siouxland. we have temperatures this why we are wearing these sweaters. as you can see... scott and i will be rocking "ugly christmas sweaters" on the show this morning it's all in support homeless shelter 100 per-cent of through swswter goes directly to join us by helping holiday season! deborah: it's the change many educators... and lawmakers... have been asking for for years. president obama has officially overhauls the "no
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the president went so far as to call the change a "christmas miracle." critics have said no child left behind gave too much power to washington in controlling state education policy. earlier today, we talked to dr. paul gausman, superintendent of sioux city schools gausman says he feels there was more good than bad in "no child left behind", but there isis lot of anticipation and excitement leading up to these changes... mostly in regards to standdized testing but the challenges with no child left behind have to do with assessments, every state takes a different approach to assessments, students perform at different levels many states like iowa continue to change the form of the assessment, the reporting of the sessment,so its very difficult to discover, but the federal governrnnt still has to underer the previous lawaw hand out these negaitive designations to different schools and different districts based on their performance. " deborah:
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saying it involved and not enough teaching. it also had oversight... now each state decide's what's students. amanda krenz station in des more " behind act is being left behind. the new student succeeds act, or essa. signature on this federal government will give contntl and individual schoololistricts to education system is s the problems came testing and accountability. director of the administrators of iowa. he says school districts around the to break away from the cycle of too- much-testing. releasing total control of what needs to be done but control of how it's where iowa is well- prepared to take on that. biggest change classrooms w wl notice under the new law is thahatests will be used how they're meant to be used, to determine a potential. overall of accountability achievment. 20:34 i think we're tenants of every child is important, but with a recognition that
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deborah: the "every student succeeds act" takes affect in july of 20-17. deborah: south dakota's governor and t t state's congressional delegation are making a push for a special request aimed at bringing a act" takes affect in july of 20-17. deborah: south dakota's governor and the state's congressional delegation are making a push for a special request aimed at bringing a home base for the u.s. air force to sioux falls. hopes are that the city could soon serve as a base for the latest in military aircraft...the f-35 joint ststke fighter. reportrt mark roper from our sioux falls affiliate has more. " many say the 114th fighter wing is the best of the best.. its
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professional could give it a new honor. a high-tech fighting machine called the f-35. col. russ walz of the 114th fighter wing said "we always want, as the department of defense, united states air force, we want to have a technological advantage, we don't want fights to be fair." col. walz believes this is the right time to bring the f-35 to sioux falls' joe foss field. "our f-16s right now are 27 years old, and that technology was probably 10-15 years old prior to that, in developinghat air frame," col. walz said.governor daugaard and south dakota's congressional leaders hope the idea takes off with the air force. congresswoman kristi noem said "the entire delegation sent a letter to the secretary of the air that we would love to see the f-35'5' bedded down in south dakota, at joe foss field." sioux falls' airace is one of many things foss field the& "we have some of the best overland airspace in the walz said. said "it's uncongested in south dakota. the access to training which we have access to really ranges, the length of the airstrip, the technology that's out there that'scapable of not onlnl land there, the
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recognized with the distinguished flying unit award, as well as the air force outstanding unit award," col. walz said. many hope it's the hard work at the which pays off and brings the f-35 home to south dakota. " deborah: still to come... we'll head to baltimore where i'll bring you the latest on the trial of william porter... one of the police officers being charged with the death of freddie gray. stay with us. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news thisis morning..... jessica rae... and scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. " ""
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temperatures this afternoon will jump into the mid 50s in sioux city. then as we get into tomorrow, we'll have cloudy skies and a chance of evening showers. as cooler temperatures sweep in, we'll expect mix ofofleet and snow on sunday. rain amounts could be pretty
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inch to 1.5 inch range! today, we'll stay dry with partly cloudy conditions and a high temperature getting up to 54 in sioux city. tonight's low is 31 as clouds thicken. tomorrow we'll make it up to 44 and it'll be cooler with some rain entering late. let's get a check of the 7 day forecast. afternoon will jumum into the mid 50s in sioux citytythen as we get into tomorrow, we'll have cloudy skies and a chance of evening showers. as cooler temperatures sweep in, we'll expect a mix of sleet and snow on
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significant in the 1 inch to 1.5 inch range! today, we'll stay dry with partly cloudy conditions and a high temperature getting up to 54 in sioux city. tonight's low is 31 as clouds thicken. . tomorrow we'll make it up to 44 and it'll be cooler with some rain entering deborah: medical students being trained to save lives spent their thursday playing dead in chicago they say they were sending a powerful message about the city's police
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response to deadly police shootings. " " a row of bodies on the steps of city hall... laying in silence for 16-minutes, signifying the number of times laquan mcdonald was shot by a chicago police officer. these are medical students and residents in schools like university of chicago and rush... coming together to say the excessive violence and lack of accountability is not just a public safety crisis, but also a public health crisis. (paris austell, medical student): " we want rahm emanuel to resign because we're tired of the cover-up. we're tired of all of the police brutality. we're tired of the systemic racism in chicago and something needs to be done about it," people on their way to work in the loop stopping to take pictures and video, saying was a powerful image. mos: "it is amazing. they've got a powerful force together, soso hopefully they make the point they want to peacefully." meanwhile, new information is expected today in city's plan to hire a new chicago police superintendent, after gary mccarthy's resignation.
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process that would likely solicit public input. deborah: three major airlines say check your hoverboard before you board the airplane. thursday, delta, united and american airlines announced that they would not allow hoverboards on flights. the self- balancing scooter has become a popular gift this holiday season. but the airlines say there are safety concerns related to the devices' lithium- ion batteries. federararules limit the types of batteries allowed on planes because of the risk of combustion. the change is effective immediately on united flights and begins friday on delta. american said it would start implementing the policy on saturday. deborah: the trial of baltimore police officer william porter is expected to wrap up by the end of next week. as w wget closer to the verdict... city officials are preparing for the worst... by setting up barricades...in case there are riots after the verdict comes down.
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valcourt has the latest. " ( protester ) "no justice." ( protesters ) "no peace." protesters vow they're just getting started even as officer william porter's trial winds down. ( protester ) "we are out here tryininto make a change." though no one knows which way a verdict will go city officials aren't taking chances. temporary barriers used to block of streets and protected areas are already in place in front of police headquarters, some near city hall, and atthe courthouse -- city officials urging peace ahead of the verdict and warn violence and destruction will not be tolerated. ( brandon scott / baltimore city councilman ) "we have protests every week almost every day in this city, and we don't have any issues and that's what we expect after this verdict." ( erica alston / penn north community activist ) "a verdict that is not guilty that doesn't give us some jail time is going to make us angry." penn north community activist erica alston expects demonstrations no matter how the verdict goes, but she's among those pleading for peace, hoping the city wi not see another epode like the april unrest. ( erica alston / penn north community activist ) "although we know that that gave us a platform and a voice, we now understand, and i use we as a part of this community -- we now understand that there's a price to pay for the violence and the burning down buildings. now our
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have a drugstore." ( pastor jamal bryant ) "people keep saying for the protesters to be peaceful. we're asking for the police officers to be non-violent and to be peaceful." pastor jamal bryant says he and many others are waiting for justice for freddie gray. ( pastor jamal bryant ) "we didn't see it in sanford, in ferguson, or in cleveland, but we're praying that we're going to find it in baltimore." deborah: " when we come back... i'll tell you how walmart plans to speed up checkout times... with the help of a new feature on their mobile app. " " deborah: plus... i'll reveal the truth behind the "sell by" dates on food packages. do they really tell you when it's time to throw out thatatroduct? find out...
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walmart pay. with the new mobile payment capacity... shoppers checking out will be able to log in to their accounts on the app... scan a q-r code at the cash register... and pay on their phone without using cash or a credit card. after the holidays...
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be outfitted t t work with "walmart pay." the retailer plans to have the new payment option in all of its 5- thousand u-s stores by the middle of 2016. deborah: americans toss an estimated 161- billlion dollars worth of food out every year... much of it because we follow those expiration dates. but do they really tell you when your food has gone bad? abc's mara schiavocampo has more. "nats of couple talking about milk see this jug of milk? mica sebti wants to toss it. nats but hr boyfriend, matt peterson says not so fast. nats so goes a common argument for this couple about food expition dates. nats of couple matt often ignores the dates on food... relying instead on a sniff test, or a taste test. but mica believes that not sticking to the package date could make her sick. matt: there'll usuallllbe a bit of a debate and i'll be guarding the garbage pail while she tries to get past me hehe turns out, they're not alone. (music nats) (fullscreen gfx) in one study of attitudes toward expiration dates, 47
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compared to just 41 percent of men. karen ruskin, psychotherapist: generally speaking women they're common labels on everything from milk, to eggs, to canned goods? words like "best by"..."use by"..."enjoy by" and "sell by". but what do they actually mean? (show triple question mark gfxs) dr. michael hansen: they don't mean anything. that's right, consumer reports dr. michael hansen says these are not expiration dates. dr. michael hansen: what most people think is that the food is bad after that date (fullscreen gfx) thanks in part to this confusion, an estimated 160 billion food goes to waste remember: the dates are often set by the manufacturer to indicate when food is at its best... defining when it's really good... not when it's gone bad. for good morning america, mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. jessica rae: scott: deborah and scott are chatting about food labels. deborah and scott are chatting about food labels. deborah and scott are chatting about food labels. deborah and scott are chatting about
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deboraraand scott are e atting about fofo labels. deborah and scott are chatting about food labels. deborah and scott are chatting about food labels. scott:good morning siouxland. we have deborah and scott are chatting about food labels. deborah and scott are chatting about food labels. deborah and scott are chatting about foododabels. scott:good morning siouxland. we have deborah and scott are chatting about food labels. deborah and scott are chatting about food labels. deborah and scott are chatting about
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scott:good morning siouxland. we have some decent temperatures this morning with 30s across most of the region. this is significantly cooler than yesterday. the wind is pretty light from the east and southeast. let's have a look at the planner where we're headed back into the 50s. good morning siouxland. we have some decent teteeratures this rning with 30s across most of the region. this is significantly cooler than yesterday. the wind is pretty light from the east d southeast. let's have a look at the planner where we're headed back into the 50s. scott: here's a quick across most of the gion. this is significantly cooler than yesterday. the wind is pretty light from the east and
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planner where we're headed back into the 50s. good morning siouxland. we have some decent temperatures this morning with 30s across most of the region. this is significantly cooler 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... 36th street and on s lakeport street. so again... mind that speed. deborah: thanks scott... facebook is adding a new feature that allows people to use the social media site when there's no internet access. abc's reena ninin (nine- an)and richard bacon have more hey there, in today's "techbytes," bad connection, no problem. >> facebook is launching new technology that would allow
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and postcomments evenith a poor internet connection. >> meant to hel in places like subways. brand-new way to make puhases at walmart. the retailer just laumpked walmarpay. use the app on anyyndroid device. and abc news wants to take you o a a virtual reality tour of north korea. >> iphone and android users to download an app will be ae to woodruff. love it. i think it's going change the world. >> i love bob woodruff, he's >> and those are your "techbytes." have a great day. i'm caridee. i've had moderate to severe plaque psoriasis most of my life. but that hasn't stopped from modeling.
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quality meal for dinner tonight? recipe that will running to the
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when i first started working for a caterer when i was in high school, my job was to roast chickens on these huge trays (i mean there were hundreds), then i would slather them with a fruity glaze. that was the first time i ever had fruit with chicken, or really with any meat. and you know what, it was amazing. so let me share a recipe that was inspired by that dish. we start by seasoning some quartered chickens with a bit of salt and roasting pan they go and we rub them with a mixture of brown sugar and mustard. now we cover it and pop it into the oven. while that's roasting, we combine some with a bit more brown sugar, a bit of cornstarch and some canned apricots (thth we've chopped) along with some of the syrup. now we spoon the
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chicken and back into the oven it goes. just making this and i'm getting a catering days. once it's done, spoon the pan drippings over it and fancy it up with more of the chopped apricots. between the roasted chicken, which is sup juicy and the cranberry- apricot glaze, this is onlip smacking dish that' can be kitchen casual or dining hope you'll go recipe for what we call, "dining room chicken," so you can savor all the goodness that's perfect for christmas, or any time of yeari'm howard in the mr. i'll bring you the very latest on the san bernardino terror investigation... including the details on a search in a nearby lake. stay tuned for the full story. scott: " " scott welcome back. let's have a glance
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company skycam hd. we have some decent temperatures this morning with 30s
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significantly cooler than yesterday. the wind is pretty light from the east and southeast.t.igh temperatures shot up into the 50s and 60s throughout the region yesterday. here's a look at our stormcast hd where we've got some more mild weather on the way for our friday. tempmpatures this afternoon will jump we get into have cloudy skies and a chance of evening showers. as cooler temperatures sweep in, we'll expect a mix of sleet and snow on could be pretty
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inch to 1.5 inch stay dry with partly and a high temperature getting up to 54 in sioux city. tonight's low is 31 as clouds thicken. make it up to 44 and some rain entering late. let's get a check of the 7 day forecast. company skycam hd. temperatures this morning with 30s across mt of the region. this is significantly cooler than yesterday. the wind is pretty light from the east and southeast. high
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up into the 50s and 60s throughout the region yesterd. here's a look at our stormcast hd where we've got some more mild weather on the way for our friday. temperatures this afternoon will jump into the mid 50s in sioux city. then as we get into tomorrow, we'll have cloudy skies and a chance of evening shower as cooler temperatures sweep in, we'll expect a mix of sleet and snow on sunday. rain amounts could be pretty significant in the 1 inch to 1.5 inch range! today, we'll stay dry with partly cloudy conditions and a high
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up to 54 in sioux city. tonight's low is 31 as clouds thicken. if you're just we should explain wearing these sweaters. as you can see... scott d i will be christmas sweaters" on the it's all in support of crossroads homeless shelter here in sioux city... the money raised sales- the shelter- join us by helping the homeless this holiday season! deborah: and now to the latest on the san bernardino terror investigation... divers are now searching for evidence at a small lake near the scene of the massacre...after learning that the killers likely visited the lake on the day of the shooting that left 14 people dead. abc's lana zak has the latest. "david bowdich, fbi assistant director we will leave no stone unturned, the fbi is
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searching a small lake where they believe the killers came on the same day they massacred 14 people in san bernardino. we are building a timeline of everything we know to ensure we can retrace every step they took while the fbi would not say what they are looking for, there are reports they hope to recover a digital device from the lake, located just three miles from the site of the shooting. where more survivors gathered, re-entering their workplace ...everything as it was, brandie gonzales, wowos at inland regional center (in response to how it felt to go into the building): "eerie, real sad, i mean looking at my coworkers' desk and seeing that she had all of her stuff still... yesterday, the first
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yvette velasco was killll in last week's attack. reggie friend just full of life and full of energy and not trying to be someone else . investigation continues, new word that enrique killing one person onboard.....author ities said.. in the median, just air-field. the pottawattamie county sheriff says it appears the plane was trying to make it back to eppley. he said the plane took off from the airfield just before noon yesterday. one witness told investigators the plane clipped a power line. the n-t-s-b and f- a-a...are investigating waterloo police say a body found earlier this month in the cedar river is that of an 18- year-old....who's been missing for months. moe sed disappeared in october from his
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he reportedly left on a bicycle with no cell phone or money. during several organized searches...groups combed through trails and lake areas around the cedar river greenbelt in waterloo. sed, a burmese refugee...was known to love fishing and was familiar with the natural areas around black hawk county. a teacher with waterloo schools says this is going to have a big impact on the district.
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district court reached a guilty verdict earlier this week against 41-year old russel roberts of homer. along with the one count of vehicular homicide...roberts is also facing two counts of driving under the influence resulting in serious bodily injury. sentencing for this case has been set for january 27th. deborah: members of the ethiopian community here in siouxland... were protesting in downtown sioux city against recent action taken by the ethiopian government. "we need (we need ) our land (for our land) "we need (we need ) our students (for our students protestors wanted to raise the attention of local state representatives and leaders, to recent atrocities committete overseas in the ethiopia.... nex of the area is being taken by the government to expand the capitol of ethiopia. "human rights students were
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forces used and live disperse crowds of protestors. membererof the conservavave iowa group... family leader... have publicly endorsed texas senator ted cruz for president. bob vander platts, the president and c-e-o of the organization said cruz challenges the establishment holding true to group's values such as religious erican family. "i happen to believe that the extraordinary leader that we need for these extraordinary times is u.s. senator, ted cruz " deborah: vander plaats repeated several times that the cruz endorsement does not come from family leader as an organization, but rather its individuals. last month, sioux city representative steve king also pledged his cruz campaign. of state matt schultz was also an early backer
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campaign. " deborah: coming up in sports...the cy- hawk rivalry came down to the final seconds yet again. stay tuned to see the incredible finish from hilton coliseum after the break.
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tomorrow... how about heading the orpheum theatre for theh sioux city symphony orchestra's christmas spectacular! trinette is hear to tell us more about it. sioux city symphony announces christmas spectacular christmas spectacular at the orpheum theatete dec. 12 at 7:30 p.m. the concert will enchant the audience with christmas carols, classic holiday favorites, the everpopular singalongs and surprise guests. the featured guest is legendary bass- baritone simon estes also appearing will be the mt. zion missionary baptistst church consecrated mass choir this concert is sponsored by guarantee roofing & siding, irving f.
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industries, leonard gill and family, and mercy - sioux city. the symphony's 100th season is sponsored by winnavegas casino and resort. for further information, please contact trinette patterson at trinette@siouxcit ysymphony.org or 712-277-2111. visit us at facebook, twitter, and youtube. deborah: festive to do tomorrow... how about heading to the oreum theatre for theh sioux city symphony orchchtra's christmas spectacular! trinette is hear to tell us more about it. sioux city symphony announces christmas spectacular christmas spectacular at the orpheum theater dec. 12 at 7:30 p.m. the concert will enchant the audience with christmas carols, classic holiday favorites, the everpopular singalongs and surprise g gsts. the featurur guest
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baritone simon estes also appearing will guh-zell) and adam woodbury had a their career iowa state at two and two. here's chris with the wild finish from hilton coliseum. chris palmquist--"decembe r 15, 2013...the last time the cy-hawk series was played in hilton coliseum. georges niang scored 22 points including that bucket with 18 seconds remaining that helped erase a double-digit deficit for isu and gave the cyclones a lead they wouldn't relinquish on their way to a stunning, come from behind 85-82 win over their rivals from iowa city. that win, two years ago is just one of many examples of hilton magic we've seen throughout the years. fast forward to last night's game, and on paper it didn't look like the fourth- ranked cyclones would need to channel that magic,
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hawkeyes. herky and cy both fired up for this one...cy's won the last two matchups. it was the story of two players in the first half...jarrod uthoff...the hawk senior...connects on one of his five threes in the first half here, iowa up 23-14. but here comes isu on the break, monte morris with the alley, jameel mckay with the oop...that cuts the lead back to single digits. uthoff can run too...he stuffs it home...he had 30 at the break. but matt thomas keeps the clones within striking distance...4 three pointers in the first half...hawks led it 49-35 at the half. in the second, here comes isu...georges niang...with the spin move and finish...that gets them within 11. cyclones within 6...when mike gesell...loses the handle for a minute but recovers and it's an 8 point game with 2 and a half to play. but with 60 ticks left...thomas...clutc h...3 of his 19 off the bench for isu. ten seconds to play...iowa up one...monte morris...takes the defender off the dribble...floater falls and isu takes the 83-82 lead. gesell, brings it up court for the
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to uthoff who can't hit...and the magic is alive and well...cyclones storm back to stun their rivals by one. that will do it for sports...have a great ekend everybody. jessica rae scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. we have some decent temperatures this morning with 30s across most of the region. this is significantly cooler than yesterday. the wind is pretty light from the east and southeast. let's have a look at the planner where we're headed back into the 50s. good morning siouxland. we have some decent temperatureseshis morning withth0s across most t the region. this is significantly cooler than yesterday. the wind is pretty light from the east and southeast. let's have a look at the planner where we're headed back into the 50s. deborah: still ahead in our morning with 30s across most of the
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significantly cooler than yesterday. the windnds pretty light from the east and southeast. let's he briar cliff students are saying goodbye to their outgoing president withme flare! plus here's what you can expect coming up ononma
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know students. now, as she prepares to retire after 15 years at b-c-u... she's getting some help from student... to make the most of her time left. abc9 news reporter bria bell tells us more about "bev's bucket list." "whip and nae nae song" briar cliff university's president bev wharton has whipped and nae naed, sled down a cliff on an old b-c-u lunch tray, and now she can cross working out with student- athletes off of her bucket list. president bev is planning to retire after the academic school year and the school's marketing and communications team came up with an idea for the president to leave on another lasting mark for the students and faculty to remember her by. "it has been the creative genius of michael and his team and as you can see now our students and alumni...they are getting into the action by providing these challenges for me," said wharten. the challenge has gone viral as
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tweeted with thehe hashtag bev's b-b-u bucket list. students say their esident is relatable and that they enjoy every minutef it. "it's awesome to see someone that high up come down to your level," said targy. "she's an awesome president. she kind of gets out and does her own thing, so it wasn't too much of a shocker, but it was pretty cool to see her doing that," said conley. though alumni and students have the libertally to ask presesent bev to do whatever challnege they want, there's one thing that is completly out of the question. "we've had a number of challenges and for the me and the bucket list challenge. one student asd that we cancel finals, the answer to that is to each challenge that will help fund scholarships. deborah: three siouxland orgagazations got ananarly start on celeating christmas at briar cliff yesterday. university students and faculty hosted their annual christmas party for mid-step
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opportunites unlimited and siouxland residential services. guests from those organizations say, the party is their favorite part of the holiday season for some of their residents. "as long as i can remember briar c cff has made this an annual tradition for our consumers and this is one of the highlights of their year. they enjoy coming out here and being with the students, they enjoy e meal, and of course...last but not least, they love the grand finale of santa and his elves. deborah: students sang christmas carols and served holiday lunch to e residents. deborah: if you're enteaining this and don't want to pounds, why not serve healthy dishes to your guests. reporter holly firfer ideas. "holiday time means this year, throw a toof flavor and not all of the fat. south africa restauranteur justin anthony has tips on how to make
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justin anthony, ten degrees south) there are a lot of things that people cado that they don't realize, like instead of cooking in butter, you can cook in olive oil. take this button mushroom dish. (justin anthony, ten degrees south) grill the mushrooms with some olive oil, with some lemon, and some garlic and there we go. easy, simple, tasty and people wouldn't know the difference. justin often turns to spices to keep dishes healthy. instead of using butter and salt on his rice, he throws in a little turmeric. also, if you are using a store bought sauce, look at what's in it. (justin anthony, ten degrees south) what are those ingredients on the back - how high is the sodium? and why not spice up the chicken, our old stand-by. justin suggests trying curry and a few other healthy ingredients. (justin anthony, ten degrees south) it's got bananas in it, it's got apricot chutney which is very healthy, we use the breast for the chicken, so it's lean. all good
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us in giving back this holiday season with the operation toys drive. operation toys is a program intended to spread chrismas jojoto thousands of needy children around siouxla. if you want to take part...all you have to do is brinin a new toy any bomgaars location or drop them off right here at our ab9 studio located on douglas street. all the toys donated will remain here in souixland and will salvation army to less fortunate families. i hope you're in spirit.... becacae our christmas tree contest is up and running! all you have to do is message jessica or email her at (jrae@kcautv.com ) pictures of your best decorated tree- your pictures will air live on our newscast... the winner will receive 4 musketeers and will be december 22nd! so s stt... let's take a look at our latest submbmsions... first up is this
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from sabrina. okay, its not really a real tree... sabrina says her house can't house a real one... so her husband made this pallet christmas tree great job and very creative. this tree was sent in by loretta, i love the angel on top of the tree. and d re is the tree from the hole in the wall lodge. very cool, i like this one joe sent this one in. thanks joe. and our last tree for today comes to us from heather. she decorated her tree with polar bears!s! very very cute. . jessica rae scott: adlib scott:we've got some more mild weather on the way for our friday. temperatures this
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sioux city. then as we get into tomorrow, we'll have cloudy skies and d chance of eveneng showers. as cooler temperatures sweep in, we'll expect a mix of sleet and snow on sunday. rain amounts could be pretty significant in the 1 inch to 1.5 inch range! today, we'll stay dry with partly cloudy conditions and a high temperature getting up to 54 in sioux city. tonight's low is 31 as clouds thicken. tomorrrr we'll make it up to 44 and it'll be cooler with some rain entering late. let's get a check of the 7 day forecast. afternoon will jump into the mid 50s in sioux city. then as we get into tomorrow, we'll have cloudy skies and a chance of evening showers. as cooler temperatures sweep in, we'll expect a mix of sleet and snow on
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could be pretty significant in the 1 inch to 1.5 inch range! today, we'll stay dry with partly cloudy conditions and a high temperature getting up to 54 in sioux city. tonight's low is 31 as clouds thicken. tomorrow we'll make it up to 44 and it'll be cooler with some rain entering late. let's get a check of the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: later today...... thanks for tuning in and keep it right here on a-b-c 9...... weeken good morning, americ extreme weath from coast to coast. powerful storms lashing the northwest of a state of emergency right now. >> wow! >> thisare tornado touching down, damaging dozens o of homes.
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