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to your day with temperatures sitting in the single digits throughout most of the area. we have calm winds and clear skies which are helping to maintain that very cold air. as our final day of 2015 goes on, we can expect a high temperature in the middle 20s and increasing clouds. your full forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " " " jessica rae: coming up this sitting in the single digits throughout most of the area. we have calm winds and clear skies which are helping to maintain that very cold air. as our final day of 2015 goes on, we can expect a high temperature in the middle 20s and increasing clouds. your full forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " jessica rae: coming up this morning on abc9 news... legendary comedian bill cosby will finally face charges... after more than fifty women came forward accusing him of sexual assault.
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" jessica rae: sioux city crews spent the day hussling to clear the streets in preparation for a busy new years eve celebration. " jessica rae: and... we'll have the latest on the fire that destroyed an apartment building in sloan. these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" jessica rae: good morning and happy new years eve... lawyers for ethan couch have filed paperwork to keep mexican authorities from deporting him. the so-called "affluenza" teen was moved to an immigration holding facility in mexico city yesterday... he will be held there during legal proceedings... which could take weeks or even months. couch was arrested with his mother on monday after fleeing to mexico while on probation for killing four people while driving drunk in 20-13. tonya couch is on her way back to the u-s, according to mexican
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she could face up to 10 years behind bars for hindering the apprehension of a juvenile. jessica rae: over the course of several years, dozens of women have accused bill cosby of sexual assault or rape. and now for the first time...charges were filed yesterday. abc's linsey davis has the latest. "a host of women who claim to have been assaulted by bill cosby, even decades ago, may suddenly feel vindicated. 20/20 therese serignese.. " now it's tim for him to be sorry" it was andrea constand's case that prompted 13 other forward to her attorneys with their own allegations of sexual assault?offering to testify on her behalf. now prosecutors accusers to criminal case. since their cases were never prosecuted, pennsylvania law testify as witnesses case. constand's case released over the
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was asked if he ever used quaaludes to elicit consensual sex in the past he said yes at this point there are more than 50 women who have come forward accusing cosby of sexual assault, drugging or rape. the 78 year old has long denied the allegations. cosby "i have been in this business 52 years and i have never seen anything like this." when the embattled comedian sat down with us back in may, he would not discuss the allegations directly. "and i can't speak." earlier this month the man once regarded as america's favorite dad fought back, filing a countersuit against seven of his accusers who had filed defamation suits against him. his attorney monique pressley "we are taking steps in order to right a wrong." the statute of limitations for pressing criminal charges has expired for most of the accusers?but many civil suits are in the works: glorida allred "seeing him criminally charged and face a trial is the best christmas present that they have ever received. " davis ll tag:
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cosby stayed during the constand case. several of his victims today are saying they are hopeful prosecutors can use that case to put cosby behind bars. jessica rae: we have new details surrounding the car accident that has 29 year old mellisa ebert facing two counts of attempted murder. court documents reveal prior to crashing head on into oncoming traffic ebert stated she would kill both her passenger and herself. authorities say ebert was traveling with damien johnson on september 9th when the two got into an argument. the crash resulted in both johnson and the driver of the oncoming car suffering serious injuries ebert's blood alcohol content was point oh- eight-eight percent. she's now charged with two counts of attempted murder and is set to be in court on january 15th in plymouth county. jessica rae: three people from sioux city have been charged in a prostitution sting in sioux falls. after arranging meetings at a sioux falls hotel monday night authorities arrested 28-year old amanda meyer, 23 year old
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rashad lee, all of sioux city. investigators believe they drove to sioux falls for the illegal activity. authorites don't believe the women were being trafficked. jessica rae: the countdown to new year's eve is on one million people are expected to be in times square tonight... and there's an unprecedented effort to keep them all safe. abc's megan hughes has details. "in paris-the liday street party will go on as planned, but the fireworks display has been called off-officials ressing the need for vigilance in the wake of november"s attacks which left 130 dead. (nats) juan salines, tourist from los angeles: "i was in paris the week after it happened and the thing is you can't let people like that dictate your lifestyle and your choices --this tourist is now in brussels. the mayor there also called off the fireworks. brussels authorities arrested two men this week in connection with a suspected holiday plot. recent threats overseas wont' halt celebrations here at home commissioner bill bratton, nypd: "we are not aware of
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credible. an estimated 1 million revelerspected to pack into about 20 blocks in and around times square?. (gfx) the nypd is deploying 6000 heavily armed officers there?more than ever before to protect the revelers. ny mos: there's only so much they can do.. ny mos: i don't really feel safe anywhere. pasedena is prepping for the rose bowl parade?federal officials had designated it a top- tier security event even before the san bernardino attack.. more than two dozen federal agencies are joining forces with local police to protect the 700,000 people expected to attend. the vegas strip?also on high alert. with more than 300,000 people expected on the streets. police from coast to coast sharing a similar message: nypd sot - sot- o'neill: people should feel safe because we're there. the ny mayor is also touting another not-so secret weapon -a new task force made up of 500 officers working fulltime on counterterrorism. jessica rae:
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use a boost this time of year. the weather and the busy holiday season have hurt their supply. workers over at the lifeserve blood center say the blood supply has dipped to a critically low level recently due in part to the cold and snow. they had to cancel several blood drives on monday, due to the weather... and that's left them with a shortage for some critical blood types. " it is great to see donors in our center right now but we could always use more. right now 5 of the 8 blood types are in critical need which means there's less than a one day supply and that's really, that's kind of frightening year's eve is coming up and there's always a little bit more of a bump in blood supply need during that time." says claire deroin center. jessica rae: lifeserve blood center supplies more than 11 tri state area. their location by hobby lobby. sioux city's public museum is taking a look at a piece of sioux city's past... when it comes to shopping habits. they have a new exhibit about three old department stores in town. back in the 1800's,
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davidson's and pelletier's (pella-tear's) department stores sold everything from clothing to manuractured goods. and, back then, sioux city was a hotspot for regional shopping - state wide. "we have a lot of photographs on display and the photographs are amazing just to see downtown sioux city and how it has changed." jessica rae: the exhibit is free and you can see it through march 6th. " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll show you how sioux city is preparing for the new year's eve celebration tonight. hear from crews who are cleaning up the streets... next. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. " ""
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day of 2015. we've got a very cold start with high pressure temporarily spinning directly over the heart of siouxland. move eastward permitting some clouds to form as the day goes on. temperatures will find difficulty in stretching above the middle 20s. the new year's weekend brings with it some added warmth as high temperatures lift back into the 30s. we should expect to see some sunshine and overall - pretty nice early january weather! today's high is 24 with increasing clouds. the overnight low is 9 as we welcome in 2016. tomorrow's high is 33 with mostly sunny skies and it'll be more
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forecast. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: the end of 2015 brought in plenty of snow here in sioux city... which crews spent yesterday clearing all day yesterday with high pressure temporarily spinning directly over the heart of siouxland. this feature will move eastward permitting some clouds to form as the day goes on. temperatures will find difficulty in stretching above the middle 20s. the new year's weekend brings with it some added warmth as high temperatures lift back into the 30s. we should expect to see some sunshine and overall - pretty nice early january weather! today's high is 24 with increasing clouds.
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9 as we welcome in 2016. tomorrow's high is 33 with mostly sunny skies and it'll be more comfortable. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: the end of 2015 brought in plenty of snow here in sioux city... which crews spent yesterday clearing all day yesterday before the city gets rockin' tonight. reporter bria bell has more night where everyone goes out a night to celebrate and have a good time and bring in the new year," said mettleton. new year's eve is tomorrow night and sioux city is gearing up for the thousands of people expected to be out celebrating while bringing in the new year. winter storms have recently hit siouxland and the city wants to make sure roads are clear for drivers to get to and from their destinations. "there's going to be alot of people out having a good time and we're just trying to make the roads as safe a possible," said
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buffalo alice sees a nice sized crowd during the holiday and they are expecting to serve free bud light, champaign, t-shirts and more. the owner says that though it can be a fun time, she also likes to see people get home safely and advices people to use free cab service offered by sioux city attorney ed keane. "with all that, we try to enforce responsiblity about drinking and driving. we all know that it's a problem for a lot of us. we do support ed keane, [he] does taxi rides all new years eve and we're big supporters of that and we hope people take because it's a great said mettleton. are offered taxi serivce and can home. home and we'd like for people to call and take advantage of it ...and maybe save some people from some trouble," said dawdy. jessica rae: now there are
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when calling in... you have to state that you want the "ed keane free ride" and you need to make sure your destination is within a 15 mile radius. " " jessica rae: coming up.... the united states postal svice has revealed their 2016 stamp line up. stay tuned to see which pop culture brand is heavily featured " jessica rae: and.... the year 20-15 is drawing to a close... and you'll need to replace those calendars with a 20-16 one. but would you believe one of the hottest selling calendars is the vladimir putin calendar? i'll explain why, up
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jessica rae:unveiled its 2016 line-up of stamps on wednesday. a highlight of the group is a set of four star trek stamps honoring the original tv show's 50th anniversary. the star trek stamps show classic icons the uss enterprise, the starfleet insignia, being beamed up, and a vulcan salute. jessica rae: calendars on the market overseas is one starring russian president
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is just the tip of the ice berg involving the reporter has more "for fans of vladimir shortage of stuff presidents image all over it.. these putin t-shirts for a while, but popular. most popular one, right (sami popularni) how well sell (in russian and ( danil perfilov, shop assistant) "they sell really well. mainly urists buy them, but our compatriots buy them as well. they love putin," despite a deep economic crisis, and international isolation over the wars in ukraine and syria, putin's ratings are doing well too... ( matthew chance, reporter) so what about spending the entire year with president putin? well that's what this 2016 putin calendar is promising, with every month revealing a carefully chosen image of the russian leader. this one has him in siberia with a horse in the forest. here, he's smelling a flower. and this
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he's working out in the gym. but photographs photos aren't all you get with this calendar. you get putin's words of wisdom too.. some characteristically hardline, like this one for the month of october. "no one will succeed in gaining military superiority over russia," putin says. others hint at a softer side. "dogs and i have very warm feelings for one another," says the russian leader for november. one group of putin supporters has put together an entire book of putin's best known remarks and one-liners, publishing a limited edition which is set to go on sale next year. "words that change publishers say it makes the perfect patriotic russians. and if reading putin isn't enough, now too ..with a new men's fragrance that's just hit the shops here in russia. "ok well, here it is. its called "leaders" make no mistake - vladimir putin on the "inspired by vladimir putin - its pretty clear which leader they are referring to. now the advertising says that it smells of citrus fruits and pine needles, a
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soft - just like putin himself. so i suppose i should give it a try.anna over he is serving me.lets have a smell. (shopkeeper) "do you like it?" "i'm impartial about it, but i can see how it wouldn't be to everybody's tastes." (laughs) matthew chance, cnn, moscow pine needles, a mixture of hard and soft - just like putin himself. so i suppose i should give it a try.anna over he is serving me.lets have a smell. (shopkeeper) "do you like it?" "i'm impartial about it, but i can see how it wouldn't be to everybody's tastes." (laughs)
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jessica and scott are chatting about the putin calendar. jessica and scott are chatting about the putin calendar. jessica and scott are chatting about the putin calendar. scott: good morning jessica and scott are chatting about the putin calendar. jessica and scott are chatting about the putin calendar. jessica and scott are chatting about temperatures sitting in the single digits throughout most of the area. we have calm winds and clear skies which are helping to maintain that very cold air. as our final day of 2015 goes on,
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middle 20s and increasing clouds. good morning siouxland. it's a bitterly cold start to your day with temperatures sitting in the single digits throughout most of the area. we have calm winds and clear skies which are helping to maintain that very cold air. as our final day of 2015 goes on, we can expect a high temperature in the 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... s lakeport and on lewis blvd. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... i'll bring you the latest on the apartment building that caught on fire in sloan on tuesday. hear from one of
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we've learned a fire that destroyed a sloan apartment building was started by a destroyed a sloan apartment building was started by a stove top left unattended. that fire broke out tuesday morning on buckley street. two women jumped out of second story windows to excape the fire. we talked to the one of the first responders who was first to arrive. woodbury county deputy todd peterson tried catching the second woman who was jumping
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"a lot of things went through my head at that point in time. the first thing that i was thinking is, i didn't want her to fall and land on her neck, [that] was the to where she was and told her that i there and probably to catch you by point, she dropped out of the window," said peterson. jessica rae: everything happened in an instant and he had he thinks the was thinking is, i didn't want her to fall and land on her neck, [that] was the main thing. i ran over to where she was and told her that i was the on one there and probably not going to be able to catch you by myself, and at that point, she dropped out of the window," said peterson. jessica rae: peterson says everything happened in an instant and he had to react quickly. he thinks the woman's injuries could have been worse if he was not there to lessen the impact of her fall. "from the looks of the building, i mean, they probably didn't have a choice. the way the smoke and flames were coming out of the building...if i was put in their situation i would have probably done the same thing...yeah, if they wouldn't have came out that window they probably would have been killed in that fire," said peterson. jessica rae: the names of the women are not being realeased, but they're believed to be in their early 20's. their injuries were non-life threatening. " jessica rae: coming up.... we'll rejoin the race to the white
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presidential candidates who are spending time state. stay tuned for more. scott: " " scott:thanks for
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thursday - the final day of 2015. let's get a check of conditions outside courtesy of our port neal welding company skycam hd in sioux city. we've got a very cold start with high pressure temporarily spinning directly over the heart of siouxland. this feature will move eastward permitting some clouds to form as the day goes on. temperatures will find difficulty in stretching above the middle 20s. the
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brings with it some added warmth as high temperatures lift back into the 30s. we should expect to see some sunshine and overall - pretty nice early january weather! today's high is 24 with increasing clouds. the overnight low is 9 as we welcome in 2016. tomorrow's high is 33 with mostly sunny skies and it'll be more comfortable. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: several presidential candidates took the opportunity to make their last mark on the hawkeye state conditions outside courtesy of our port neal welding company skycam hd in sioux city. we've got a very cold
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temporarily spinning directly over the heart of siouxland. this feature will move eastward permitting some clouds to form as the day goes on. find difficulty in the middle 20s. the brings with it some added warmth as high temperatures lift back into the 30s. we should expect to see some sunshine and overall - pretty weather! today's high is 24 with increasing clouds. the overnight low is 9 as we welcome in 2016. tomorrow's high is 33 with mostly sunny skies and it'll be more comfortable. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. jessica rae conditions outside courtesy of our port neal welding company skycam hd in sioux city. we've got a very cold
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temporarily spinning directly over the heart of siouxland. this feature will move eastward permitting some clouds to form as the day goes on. several presidential candidates took the opportunity to make their last mark on the hawkeye state before the new year incuding republican candidate marco rubio. the florida senator spent his wednesday in pella iowa rubio spoke to supporters at the pella golf and country club where he touched on several subjects including his stance on planned parenthood and funding the military. and at a town hall in newton iowa... he took aim at hillary clinton... saying she should be disqualified from the race. " (sen. marco rubio/(r) presidential candidate) "i personally believe that what hillary clinton did with her email server is something that disqualifies her to be president of the united states no matter where she stands on the other issues which are just as bad. but on this one, it is a disqualifier. there is no way someone that reckless should be the commander in chief or president
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jessica rae: rubio is currently in third place in the polls... with about eleven percent support. jessica rae: rick santorum says despite poor poll numbers, nationally... he thinks iowans will be independent thinkers come caucus time. the republican candidate was the guest at a private event last night in sioux city. about thirty people heard from the former senator who talked about national security. he also says he's one of the only candidates who will fight for the american family. santorum is polling about one percent in the polls, but says the race beginning. "seventy-five to eighty percent of up their mind till the last month, we're not even in the last month yet. they're job is not to follow they're job is to analyze the candidates and lead. don't settle for who the establishment or the money people say you should vote for, but vote the person who you believe should the candidate to go up against hilary clinton and should be the next president." santorum also made stops in holstein and sioux center yesterday.
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governor chris christie was also in iowa yesterday... holding a town hall meeting in waukee. while there... christie continued to fire president obama... saying he is to blame for what's and syria. " christie/(r) candidate) "and now syria, where the president also broke his word. he chemical weapons that he would attack assad. i don't know if threatened that as president, but he did...and then he didn't do it. and what's happened now? a huge civil war in syria where large portions of the country and using that as a recruitment and staging area." jessica rae: christie is currently polling in the single digits. jessica rae: democratic candidate martin o'malley will be stopping right here in sioux city. the former maryland governor has a campaign stop scheduled for january third at the mary treglia house here in sioux city. that's on jennings street at 11:45 in the morning. governor o'malley will meet and greet voters and speak on issues faced by many americans.
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hillary clinton also has a campaign stop here in sioux city during her "river to river in iowa tour". clinton will be in sioux city on tuesday january 5th. she'll also be attending events in osage and council bluffs. jessica rae: republican frontrunner donald trump is now calling his opponents "enemies." making the list... both hillary and bill clinton. reporter sara murray has the latest on the billionaire businessman "donald trump rounding out the year with a warning to his political rivals: 2016 is going to be a battle. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) i consider them enemies. we view this as war. on his last day of campaigning before the new year, trump is coming out swinging... (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) hillary is a disaster doubling down on his jabs against the clintons. and dredging up bill's past indiscretions. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) we had to respond to hillary. she came out with that, (boos from crowd) remember she wrote, 'he's demonstrated a penchant, i demonstrated, a penchant for sexism. can you believe it? me. i did have to
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and that is now the biggest story on television. when asked tuesday about his own personal life, trump told reporters it would be fair for the media, or rivals, to investigate his background as well. nats trump is also boasting about the first ad blitz of his campaign, saying he will pay two million dollars a week in advertising in early voting states beginning next month. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) i'm going to be doing big ads in iowa, new hampshire, south carolina and they're going to be very substantial and i think they're very well done. with the rest of the field tearing into each other, trump is using his iconic hairdo to tear into president obama's environmental agenda. (donald trump/ (r) candidate) you can't use hairspray because hairspray is going to affect the figure out, let's see,
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to put a little spray so i can, right, right? but i hear they don't want me to use hairspray, they i hear where they want me to use the pump, but the other one, which i really like better than going bing, bing, bing, and then it comes out in big globs right and it gets stuck in your hair and i say oh my god i have to take a shower again, my hair is all screwed up. and ending 2015 with a parting plea. voters better not let him down. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) don't sit back and say oh trump's going to do well, the more we can win by the more power we will have in a sense because it's like a mandate, but you gotta go out and vote. ( sara murray/ hilton head, sc) now in addition to warning voters they actually need to turn out for him next year, donald trump also says he's getting ready to spend a lot of money in these early nominating states, that's a different tactic from what we're seeing from former florida governor jeb bush, his campaign says he's pulling back on a $3 million ad reservation, instead, he's pumping those resources into sff on the ground,
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hampshire, hoping to improve his odds there. sara murray, cnn, hilton head, south carolina. jessica rae: and you can add google chrome to the list of trump's enemies. the web browswer has a new add-on that lets users block all images and references to the donald. the "trump filter" launched on a description of the app calls it part of the quote "antidote" for trump's "toxic candidacy." spectre says he built it to take the spotlight off and let people focus on other candidates and other issues. the app has three settings: "mild, aggressive, and vindictive." whole twitter page goes blank. the "vindictive" out entire websites... like c-n-n and google news. jessica rae: ted cruz's campaign expects his fourth quarter fundraising total to be nearly 20 million dollars. the big haul matches the g-o-p presidential poll numbers. cruz took second place in a recent c-n-n/o-r-c national poll with 18 percent
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republicans, behind donald trump's 39 percent. his 20 million is expected to be at or close to the top among his g- o-p rivals. but the exact amount will become public late next month. cruz's campaign manager says it will bring his 20-15 total to more than 45 million jessica rae: is the state of nebraska in danger of losing one of its congressional seats? susan risinger has more. "a political science professor from the university of nebraska-omaha believes nebraska will retain all three congressional seats after the 2020 census. randall adkins says states that have lost population since 2010 are more at risk to lose a representative. the nebraska farmers union has a wish list for the 2016 legislative session. farmers union president john hansen says property tax reform is tops on that list, followed by support for the renewable fuel standard and wind energy development. and for those who have travel plans for this weekend, usda meteorologist brad rippey says the new years weekend should be much quieter. rippey says most of the nation will be cooler than normal, but dry, into the new year. these and more
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on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " jessica rae: coming up in sports... briar cliff wrapped up their holiday classic with a bang last night. we'll have all the action from the hardwood up ahead. scott:
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baby's first birthday! here on abc9 news this morning we will be showing your baby's picture right here on our newscast.... everyone is invitedto send in a photo of your kiddo's first birthday.... you can email that picture to first-birthday-at- k-c-a-u-t-v-dot- com..... please be sure to include your child's first and last name along with a guide on how to pronounce their name.... along with their date of birth .... and we will air their picture
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every monday. jessica rae: the briar cliff and morningside men and women were all in action yesterday at the b-c-u holiday classic. could they all notch wins to close out 2015? here's chris with the action. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. after a loss in mid november, nic nelson's briar cliff chargers have found the form that made them gpac favorites in the preseason. bcu has won 9 straight heading into last night, and the high-flying offense is averaging 103 points per game. chargers, looking to add to that figure hosting waldorf. and what a start here...bryan forbes, pulls down the board and gets it ahead to austin homan for the slam...bcu up early. next trip down...forbes, he can dish and shoot...he had a double-double tonight wieht 13 points and 12 boards. later in the half, it's homan, driving the lane and fighting through the contact...he had 15 points. that would lead the team if it weren't for clay harreld...he was 7 of 12 from deep for a team high 25...chargers win it big, 98-78. earlier in the day, the morningside men, taking on jamestown. but right out of the gate, brequan tucker...finds some space in the corner he connects and the
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morningside answers back...adebayo babalola...bull dozes his way to the hoop and the guys in maroon take the lead. then the outside game comes alive...ryan tegtmeier...rises and fires on the triple to put morningside up a pair. and then tegtmeier again...he had a game high 31, including 6 of 10 from downtown and the mustangs snap a five game skid with a 90-88 win. coach jamie sale looking for his 400th win at morningside, as the stangs take on number 10 jamestown. we pick it up in the fourth quarter...jessica buck...she gets to
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game high 18. but they trail by 20 because morningside was firing on all cylinders...jordyn wollenburg...money on the wing three makes it 66-43. and then the extra pass from wollenburg frees up taylor bahensky for the triple from the corner to make it 73-51. the second unit for the stangs, just as effective...audra corbit, the freshman from lcc, 2 of her 11 points off the bench...11 stangs scored and they cruise, 79-63. one other game the newman cliff was all over waldorf, 98-49. emily kay led the chargers with 14 points, but 15 different players those were in double figures. that will do it for sports...have a happy and safe new year's eve everybody. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. it's a bitterly cold start to your day with temperatures digits throughout
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clear skies which are helping to maintain that very cold air. as our final day of 2015 goes on, we can expect a high temperature in the middle 20s and increasing clouds. good morning siouxland. it's a bitterly cold start to your day with temperatures sitting in the single digits throughout most of the area. we have calm winds and clear skies which are helping to maintain that very cold air. as our final day of 2015 goes on, we can expect a high temperature in the middle 20s and serious look at how a deadly listeria outbreak was dealt with. kendis gibson and lauren lister have the details.
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topping "america's money" -- a criminal investigation hasas bn launched into the blue bell creamery's handling of a listeria outbreak. >> invest gators aring look to what the company knew about the outbreak and how executives responded. at least three deaths were linked to contaminated ice cream. at&t plans to stop using two-year c contracts >> at&t was the only carrier still offering two-year contraracts. finally, no jackpot winner in last night's powerball drawing. >> tha means the jackpot grows the at least $334 milli in saturdayight's drawing. five tickets had five correct numbers. that's worth $1 million a piece.e. >> not bad at all.
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back against body shamers... after receiving a tweets following the release of the movie. fisher says there is a double standard in hollywood. abc's amy robach has more. "movie nats - princess leia wearing gold bikini costume ((3 seconds)) that iconic gold bikini from "return of the jedi"... ((6 seconds)) ... and that seductive pose on the poster for the original 1977 star wars blockbuster? ((18 seconds)) ... made carrie fisher - and her alter-ego princess leia -- the far-away galaxy's ultimate sex symbol... (side by side of fisher then and now) but now nearly 40 years later - the star wars heroine facing (keyable gfxs) backlash on social media... her age and appearance in "star wars: the force awakens" - under intense scrutiny... ((7 seconds)) (fullscreen gfx) one critic tweeting: "age
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fisher in the face" another saying she looks "old and unhealthy"... movie nats - princess leia: i don't know where you get your delusions. . ((15 seconds)) the 59-year-old actress firing back with force - (fullscreen gfx) blasting her body- shaming critics on twitter: "please stop debating about whetheror not [i] aged well.unfortunately it hurts all3 of my feelings.my body hasnt aged as well as i have..." movie nats - princess leia: why, you stuck up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder. ((9 seconds)) never one to shy away from touchy subjects - fisher opened up to me earlier this month about slimming down to reprise the role of leia in "the force awakens"... sot - robach intv with fisher on gma: ar: you actually physically transformed for this role. cf: yes i did, they told me to lose weight. they told me to lose weight in the first one too. was that that big of a deal? no, they want to hire three fourths of me ((12 seconds))
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"good housekeeping uk" - for women in hollywood, looks do matter... saying: "i'm in a business where the only thing that matters is weight and appearance. that is so messed up." ryan parker / staff writer, hollywood reporter: she's been vocal movie nats - princess leia organa: i don't know who you are or where you came from, but from now on you'll do as i tell you, okay? ((14 seconds)) jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. scott:we've got a very cold start with jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. scott:we've got a very cold start with jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher.
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carrie fisher. scott:we've got a very cold start with jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. jessica and scott are chatting about carrie fisher. scott:we've got a very cold start with heart of siouxland. this feature will move eastward permitting some clouds to form as the day goes on. temperatures will find difficulty in stretching above the middle 20s. the new year's weekend brings with it some added warmth as high temperatures lift back into the 30s. we should expect to see some sunshine and overall - pretty nice early january weather! today's high is 24 with increasing clouds. the overnight low is 9 as we welcome in 2016. tomorrow's high is 33 with mostly
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comfortable. here's a check of your 7 day forecast jessica rae scott: adlib heart of siouxland. this feature will move eastward permitting some clouds to form as the day goes on. find difficulty in the middle 20s. the new year's weekend brings with it some added warmth as high temperatures lift back into the 30s. we should expect to see some sunshine and overall - pretty nice early january weather! today's high is 24 with increasing clouds. the overnight low is 9 as we welcome in 2016. tomorrow's high is 33 with mostly sunny skies and it'll be more " coming up in our six o'clock hour.
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insurance under the affordable care act? well if you haven't... we can help. stay tuned to find out how. jessica rae: " plus... the mayor of johnston has revealed her new year's resolution... and she's using the opportunity to help a local
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bitterly cold start to your day with temperatures sitting in the single digits throughout most of the area. we have calm winds and clear skies which are helping to maintain that very cold air. as our final day of 2015 goes on, we can expect a high temperature in the middle 20s and increasing clouds. good morning siouxland. it's a bitterly cold start to your day with temperatures sitting in the single
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