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6 pounds 2 ounces and 18 inches " " siouxland's first baby of the year is a boy...we'll introduce you to the new year' born. "nats kids playing" siouxlanders got a chance to test drive their new year's resolution at a local ymca and if saving more money is on your to-do this year...stay tuned...we'll show you how. deborah good evening and thank you for joining us tonight, im deborah souverain filling joining us tonight, im deborah souverain filling in for tim and nna tonight. today the iowa hawkeyes were one of two teams playing in the rose bowl..considered the grand daddy of them all. but the game got out of hand quickly, as the hawkeyes fell to stanford, 45-16
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with more, and chris...things just kind of snowballed for iowa today. chris: that they did, and honestly that might be an understatement. stanford scored on their first play from scrimmage, a 75 yard pass to christian mccaffrey and that was just the begigiing. let's check out some of the action...already 21-0 cardinal early in the second quarter and it's mccaffrey, the heisman runner up taking the punt to the house...he had a monster day and it was 35-0 at half. iowa got their first touchdown in the fourth then trying to make it respectable late...cj beathard finds akrum wadley out of the backfield...he finds akrum wadley out of the backfield...he scsces but after stanford recovered the onside kick attempt.. they get the dagger....kevin hogan up top to michael rector...and stanford wins it big, 45-16. chris: certainly a rough way to end a great season for the
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we'll have a live report from pasadena and hear from the hawkeyes. deborah: for some the n year means a new beginning...and for one siouxland family it's the start of a new family chapter. you're looking at little stephen cornish...who was delivered at unity-pointe health st. luke's hospital. he is the first baby born on new years day... in sioux city. amanda cornish and nicholis ardnt welcomed their new baby boy, stephen, inte e world at 8:47 this morning. amanda was in labor since wednesday evening...and says she's tired but happy that she's able to starthe new year with her bundle of joy. "at first around christmas time i didn't want him sharing a birthday with any other date but i like it," said amanda cornish. deborah: baby stephen weighed 6
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measured 18 inches long. and while he was the first....he wasn't the only new years day baby. mercy medical center delivered their new year's baby at 10:15. vicente olivo and ana anguiano- valeriano of sioux city...welcomed a baby boy named alan... weighing 7 pounds....2 ounces...and 20 inches long. congratulations to both families. deborah: today siouxlanders got a chance to kick off the new year on a healthy foot. the norm waitt sr ymca opened their doors today for the annualalday of play." featured a number of fun activities..includin g a free fitness class sampler. attendees also got the chance to join the -y for just 20 dollars and 16 kick start their new years resolution. " swimming is a great opportunity for families to get active and spend time together over this holiday break. with this being our busiest day of the year we want to make it a fun and a safe experience for the kids, their families and our staff." deborah: the "y" had activities for the
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the community a chance to get a taste of what the facility has to offer. deborah: now moving to the campaign trail.. hillary clinton will be starting her new year off in iowa...and she's planning a stop right here in sioux city clinton will be bringing her "river-to-river in iowa tour" sioux city tuesday january 5th. clinton has stops scheduled in council bluffs and osage. the democratic frontrunner is also celebrating a campaign milestste...of raising close to 112 million dollars. clinton wont be the only democratic presidential hopeful in sioux city that week. former maryland governor martin o'malley will be making a stop at the mary treglia house on january third. that's on jennings street....the event begins at 11:45 a-m. o'malley's campaign has struggled to gain momemtum in the race....he struggled to g gn momemtum in n e race....he continues to poll in the single digits. deborah: they're the leftovers of the holiday - and no i'm not talking about food. i
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in the trash...or cart them to recycling centers. but there's another option ...and as vanessa peng's eco-and animal - friendly. " " they're in their winter garb - ready to recycle christmas. (aaron steele, farmer-goats on the go) "there's this surplus of variety just waiting out there and that's chchstmas trees." when it's warmer, these goats usually clear-out overgrown fields. (aaron steele, farmer-goats on the go) "in the summer we use our goats on customers' properties to deal with unwanted vegetation, weeds and brush, but in the winter there's not much of that happening and the goats don't have a lot of variety in their diets." so after the holidays they'll gladly eat your christmas leftovers. (aaron steele, farmer-goats on the go) "you have to get rid of your christmas tree anyway." ...without the tinsel and ornaments. (aaron steele, farmer-goats on the go) "one it gives the gogos some variety and two, christmas trees actually have tannins in them that help the goats deal with internal parasites that they're susceptible to." the hard workers of goat rental service "goats on the go" will eat your tree for free while you watch. all they ask is if you can - give to "kid for a kid." the organization donates kids - or baby goats - to needy haitian children. (aaron steele, farmer-goats on the go) "make that last kind of usually
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christmas season kind of more fun and watch the goats in action and give to a good cause." --tag-- . deborah: steele's goat rental service calls the event "goats on the snow". it's holding the tree-chomping spectacle tomorrow. calls the event "goats on the snow". it's holding the tree-chomping spectacle tomorrow. deborah: if you plan on attending college this should start filling out your financial aid form asap. january first -- is the first day you can submit the nationwide college financial aid form. and the sooner you do so, the better. later submissions could d ss out on scholarships or grant money. students must submit the fafsa to get any financial aid awards....includin g federal and state well as scholarships from your state and school. the form also helps determine how much you can borrow from the government, which is key...because federal loans are likely to come with lower
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deborah: the form i ia bit nger than your average paperwork. but here are a few things you should know to make the process a little easier. - it's online and it's free. - some states run ouof grant money, so fill it out early. - watch out for multiple deadlines. - and you need to know your parents' income. - also, don't assume you're too wealthy to apply. deborah a bar owner in rochester, new york says his business was the intended target of an alleged new year's eve terror plpl. feferal officials said yesterday...emanu el lutchman planned to attack a bar - but authorities did not reveal which one. the owner of "merchants grill" says investigators told him that his place would've been targeted. he also says he's seen lutchman before. " " " he's been around the neighborhood for some time. he's a panhandler and a lot of businesses have asked him to leave. he's banned in a few of them." a criminal complaint says lutchman wanted to bomb and kidnap party revelers to prove himself to isis.
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nabbed after he met with a confidential source for the justice department. he's been charged with trying to provide material support to i-s-i-s. deborah the wife of actor..and comedian bill cosby has been ordered to give a deposition in a defamation suit against her husband. a massachusetts court rejected a motion by camille cosby to cancece the deposition order. she is scheduleded testify next week. the defamation case involves seven women who have accused bill cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them. they say the 78- year-old comic portrayed them as liars after they went public with their allegations. bill cosby is also facing felony sexual assault charges in pennsylvania over an alleged incident that happened in 2004. the comedian has denied any wrongdoing. deborah iconic r&b star natalie cole has died at the age of 65. the grammy winner and daughter of the legendary nat king cole reportedly died in a los angeles hospital late
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cole underwent a successful kidney transplant in 2009...her kidney troubles date back to 2008, when she was diagnosed with hepatitis c and underwent aggressive chemotherapy to fight the virus. cole attributed the illnlns to her struggles with cocaine and d heroin use. she had been sober for some time following stints in a rehab center. her hits include "this will be," "unforgettable" and "inseparable." deborah with the coming of a new year people often make resolutions to lose weight or give up something to be healthy. but all too often we fall short of our goals. what if we made a new kind of resolution to keep us on track? sara ganim explains in tonight's health minute. " " keeping our new year's resolutions may mean adding a little balance to our lives. if you focus on being happy and healthy, meeting your goals may become a nice side benefit. if you want to lose weight, instead of subtracting certain foods, add something. eat a serving of vegetables at every meal or add glasses
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time these additions will leave no room for unhealthy habits. also step away from the screen whether that's the tv, computer or other devices. being sedentary is not good for the waistline. instead, step outside and get some frere air. it's good for the mind and body. and stop multitasking, especially when it comes to eating. when you pay attention to what you put in your mouth this cuts down on mindless eating and may help you make better food choices. also, try choosing a theme as your new year's resolution - a word or phrase that describes how you want to feel instead of what you think you should do. for exampl words such as authenticity, clarity, or kindness. when you focus on your theme each day, it can have a positive impact on your behavior. for today's health minute, i'm sara ganim. deborah
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return, we'll have a look at some the rose bowl (fred) a quiet pattern will be seen for now, and our weather will be quite nice tomorrow. there is one snow chance in the 7-day forecast. find out when after the break.
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2 line super: fred hexom fhexom@kcautv.c om (fred) here's the port neal welding company skycam hd from the ho chunk centre. the low was 17 and the high 33. highs over western iowa were in the 20s and 30s over western iowa. eastern nebraska and southeastern south dakota saw highs mainly in the 30s with the exception of sioux falls. 19 is our temperature in sioux city. local temperatures range from the teens to the lower 30s. winds are west to northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. windnd chills are in the single digits s 20s. thererwere a few snow showers over the great lakes today, but they have moved east, and the midwest is now very quiet. the stormcast hd shows a clear night tonight, and a sunny, nice day tomorrow. cooler weather will arrive for sunday and monday, along with a few clouds...but no snow. your forecast for tonight is for clear skies and a low of 9. tomorrow, expect sunshine and a nice day. the high will be 33. the 7-day shows a cooldown to the 20s sunday and monday, then back to the 30s. cloud cover will gradually increase next week, leading to a slight chance of snow next friday.
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(fred) you bet.
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women opened up summit league play today. we'll head to the dome for a double-header up ahead. tim plus stanford's first halflf much for iowa to rose bowl today. we'll recap a rough day for the
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iowa had 25 years of waiting and nearly a month's worth of anticipation gearing up for another trip to
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but it took stanford just 11 seconds to set the tone, and leave the hawkeyes shell shocked. stanford's david shaw, a rose bowl vet while kirk ferentz making his pasadena debut. but it was a rocky one...the very first play from scrimmage, kevin hogan finds christian mccaffrey out of the backfield and this kid can fly...75 yards to the house, 7-0 cardinal. 14-0 now, still in the first quarter...cj beathard, under throws the out route and quenton meeks makes him pay...66 yards to the house on the pick six...21-0 after one. things get worse...early in the second...mccaffre y back to return the punt...and how this kid didn't win the heisman, i'm not sure...he set a rose bowl record with 3 3 all purpose yards today. stanford not done eier...hogan, with the modified fumblerooski...he finds michael rector wide open...35-0 stanford at the break. iowa finally gets some offense going in the 3rd...on fourth down, beathard
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they'd have to settle for a field goal. thenenn the fourth...beathard. ..drops an absolute dime to matt vandeberg...the south dakota kid walks into the end zone to cut into the lead. on the other end, a tipped ball and josey jewell is there for the interception. that eventually sets up this...beathard to a wide open akrum wadley out of the backfield...iowa trying to make the final score e little closese but after an onside kick failed, anford puts the exclamation point on it...cardinal roll past iowa, 45-16 chris: so the hawkeyes finish the season at 12-2, the most wins in program history. alex giaimo has been in pasadena all week for us and joins us now live with more, alex? kirk ferentz--"it's kind of the same thing. c.j.'s been less than 100% babacally all season long. i'm not saying he's used to that, but it's par
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than 100% basically all season long. i'm not saying he's used to that, but it's par for the course. i'm not going to put it on one injury or hobbled. they outplayed us, every turn they outplayed us chris: us turn they outplayed us
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alright, thank you very much for the live report alex. chris: shifting gears to basketball, conference season is officially here. today, south dakota hosted a mens and women's double header as the yotes opened up summit league play. we'll kick things off with coach amy williams' coyote women, 9-4 on the season, taking on denver. in the third quarter...yotes in a dog fight...kelly stewart gets the steal and she goes coast to
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lead. after denver got it within one, caitlin duffy, freed up on the nice ball movement...she hits the triple and the lead back to two possessions. next time down, check out this play from tia hemiller...fights for the loose ball and thehe decides to take it her self for the lay up. then usd starts to pull away...stewart...g rabs the free ball off the rebound...gets the hoop and the hack, she had 15 today. later in the quarter...nicole seekamp hits the triple...she had a team high 17 and 9 assists...usd opened up a 15 point lead heading to the fourth... in the final frame...former crofton standout allison arens gets the bucket underneath and the coyotes cruise, 85-60. the coyote men, looking to open summit play with a win too...taking on iupui. summit play with a win too...taking on iupui. early on...darell combs...has some space and hits from range...jaguars up 5-2 in the early
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usd, trying to get back into it...dan jech, with the pretty up and under...they still trail by 3 though. early y jech was their only offense too...he gets the baby hook here, but the lead up to five. then it's d.j. davis, with the shake and bake, he gets into the paint to finish, but it wasn't the coyotes' day...iupui gets out of the dome with a 77-66 win. and taking a look at tomorrow, with a 77-66 win.
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your forectomorrow, expect
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33. the 7-day shows a cooldown to the 20s sunday and monday, then back to the 30s. cloud cover will gradually increase next week, leading to a slight chance of snow next friday.
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and now abc's "jimmy kimmel live." >> dicky: from hollywood, it's
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