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2 line cg: elisa raffa firstname.lastname@example.org m wind chill advisory in effect tonight, layer up and don't forget the pets! temperatures already near 0, below 0 in nw ia. wind chills in teens and will plummet to 30 below tonight. below 0 tonight under clear skies. i'll letetou know how lolo the cold lasts coming up next, but first here's deborah with your local news! " " 900 million dollars is on the line in the powerball... and siouxlanders are hoping to win big "let us help make your lifes easier." a new way to shop ... that might just be the way to go ... if you're constantly on the go. republican frontrunner donald trump goes on the attack against his main rival for the g-o-p bid. deborah good evening and thanks for j us... i'm deborah
america continues to have lotto fever... the powerball jackpot is up to a whopping 900- million dollars.s. the largest in history for north america it hit 700 million thursday....after no-one won on wednesday night...the 18th drawing without a winner. but you'll have another chance at the jackpot tonight. and if you plan on playing...you're odds of winning are just one in 292 million. the previous record-winning jackpot was in 20- 12....with a mega- millions game that was worth 656 million dollars. the powerball drawing is tonight at 9:59 pm...and here in iowa ....you can buy a ticket for tonight's drawing up until 8:59. tonight at ten we'll have more on the historic powerball jackpot. deborah and we asked some siouxlanders what they would do if they won the jackpot... here is what they had to say. game machine noises...cash register noises...
got?" candi denney: "what would i do? um...i don't know...i'd build something greaeafor sioux city and then i'd take off." denny rehan: "um...i'd pay off my two kids' homes...pay off their debts...my debts...put two million dollars in the bank...and honestly, i'd give the rest of it away." "i'd give it to a bunch of different organizations that i supported and to others...not to myself. it would be way too much." "help my family, friends...you know...a few people...the community... more store sounds... deborah and with the jackpot now sitting at 900 million dollars...everybo dy can't seem to stop talking about what they would do with that money. well reporter sarah greene shows us what you could buy with all that cash here in the midwest. houses, cars, and diamonds.... in the quad cities the estimated 900 million dollar powerball jackpot could buy more than you could ever need. with the 558 million dollar cash value, you could get this nearly 870-thousand
dent in your winnings. the e -hundred square foot bettendorf home has 5 bedrooms, 4 and a half bathrooms, 10 foot ceilings, and custom features. ( jared kerkhoff/builder) "it's potentially on the smaller side of things, given the size of the lottery right now, so i would hope someone would come to us and build something bigger than this." (sarah) " and for a 900-million dollar jackpot, you could afford more than one of these mclarens (nats starting car)" ( abe eystad/lujack's luxury motors) "doesn't everyone want to be james bond, right, doesn't everyone want to be that, it gives you that exclusivity, you want something different than everyone else has got. that's why you buy a luxury car." if you win the powerball jackpot you could easily buy every car on the lujack's luxury motors lot. if you're looking to add some sparkle to your millions, there probably won't be any jewelry out of your reach in the quad cities either. ( randy ruggeberg/ necker's jewelry) "jewelry signifies a
somebody's life, and that it's important.t. here in the quad cities, people i talked to buying lottery tickets weren't as focused on possessions... rather some time off and giving back. "the first thing i'd do is retire i'm 73 and haven't retired yet." "if i won the 900 million, the first thing i would do, i would look around and give st. jude's and the kids with cancer and everything." if you haven't gotten a ticket yet you have until 8:59 tonight to pick one up. sarah greene local 4 news. " deborah an explosion at a pub is nebraska this afternoon is now under investigation. according to reports, a fire broke out after...an explosion was heard at m's pub in omaha. flames could be seen raging from the front patio of the business. a manager at the pub says everyone inside was able to get out safely. no major injuries were reported. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. now turning to the campaign trail... with weeks left to the first in the nation c ccus.... iowans are loloing to make sure...they
candidates stand on issues that matter most to them. that's why iowa citizens for community improvement held the "family's first" forum today in des moines. the forum was held at first christian church....and brought in both martin o'malley and bernie sanders. candidates had time to share why they believe...they are the most qualified to become president....but the attention was on the grassroots activists that were asking the questions. topics included immigration, education and middle east policy. both candidates say they want to see the money poured bacinto cities and the middle class. martin o'malley, d- presidential candidate: "i believe in a senble rebalancing. i believe that president obama has done good work to restore our economy, and we have to build on his legacy now and make wages go up now that our country's making more jobs." bernie sanders, d- presidential candidate: "we have a series of proposals and will have more, which demands that the wealthiest people and the largest corporations start paying their fair of taxes in our
deborah both o'malley and sanders agree on the need to shut down "for profit prisons." they also say it's a priority to invest in developing...bette r working conditions. hillary clinton declined her invitation to attend the event because of prior commitments. deborah: two presidential candidates in des moines took on major milestones in iowa... just a few weeks from the iowa caucuses. rand paul and mike huckabee stopped by our studios to comment on how they feel they stand in the race at this point... rand 1:28 we also announced we have a 1000th precinct chair feat, we may well be campaign in iowa at mike 25:54 between didn't just go through 99 counties, i actually held town halls in all 99 counties in iowa, this is a long hard
both candidates are polling in the single digits. deborah: republican frontrunner donald trump is campaigning here in iowa today. holding a rally in ottumwa. trump spoke in front of a packed house totoy... going on t t attack against surging rival ted cruz. trump says while he is tied with the texas senator...he claims cruz has problems in his campaign. " ( donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "we're sort of like tied with ted cruz, and you know we'll talk about that and we'll talk about ted and i like ted and everything else, but he's got to straighten out his problem - gotta straighten it out. you can't have that problem and go and be a nominee. you gotta straighten it out. it's gotta be taken care of. so if anybody wants to discuss that later, we'll discuss it. maybe we won't discuss it now, we'll just make people feel a little depressed if they're on ted's side. deborah: in the latest national polls...trump holds 34 percent support.
percent. and the billionaire businessman is coming under fire yet again.... after a woman wearing a hijab headscarf was kicked out of a rally in south carolina last night. rose hamid stood up in silent protest...when trump suggested that syrian refugees are affiliated with i-s- i-s. trump supporters then started booing, chanting and jeering before police escorted her and three other people out. several people in the audience shouted "get out" and "you have a bomb." hamid spoke about her experience after the event. "(rose hamid, escorted from trump rally) "what happened when the crowd got this hateful crowd mentality when i was being escorted, it was really quite telling and a vivid example of what happens when you start using this hateful rhetoric and how it can encite a owd that moments ago were very kind to me." police in rock hill say the trump
kick out anyone disturbance. by saying "there is hatred against us that is unbelievable." he added "it's their our hatred." deborah: we've all been there...the fridge isismpty again ... and you u e just heading g t to work ... n ntime to shop? ? well, grocery chain hy-vee might solution for you shopping. our own lumas voss explains. nats: explaining vo: we are grocery .... don't see it ? well the only thing you are going to see when you use hy-vee 's aisles online progam is bagged up groceries and a full cart without you having to move through the store. sot: "everybody's lifestyle is just so busy righthtow it's so convenient ... you can place yoyo order at home don't have to worry with all the traffic in the store it's just such a convenience for our customers." vo: the whole store is online ... you'll make your selections ... an online staff at your local hy-vee store get's your order and shops for you. nats: explaining vo:
shopping manager. coordinating orders, shopping herself, and making sure everybody gets their order on time ... for her though it's not just about that. sot: "i like to help people everybody has a busy life it's hectic and at the end of the day do you really want to stop by and do your grocery shopping. you don't have to come in here and deal with the craziness in the store." with the power of choice also comes the responsibility of making good grocery choices. that's why users can put in comments when they place their order to get exactly the type ofofteak ... or fish they want ... and even if that's not the case ... colleagues will help her out. sot: "you just consult with the experts here. if they want a bacon wrapped sirloin ... they help me pick out the best one that will go for them, vo: you can get your order delievered to
pick it up at the store. if over 100 dollars ... the delivery is free and otherwise it's four dollars ... reporting in south sisix city ... lukas voss ... abc9 news. deborah:when we come back... making a snowman is something kids around the country love to do... but one iowa girl was never able to make one until now. i'll bring you her story... elisa wind chill advisory in effect, sioux berian sunday continues the cold... a break on monday but does it last? details next.
2 line cg: elisa raffa email@example.com m wind chill advisory in effect tonight, wind chills near 30 below. layer up and don't forget the pets! there's our arctic air spilling into siouxland from canada. very cold already, some winds are calming a bit, but with such a cold air mass, we'll still have wind chills. wind chills well below 0 now... near 30 below tonight. 30 grees colder than last night! stormcast has temperatures staying well below 0 overnight, without harsher wind chills. planner: clear skies will help temps snow and clear skies on sky cam.our high of 21 occurred last night, we've been in single digits most of day. clouds on satellite and radar
blast on stormcast hd. high pressure dips south clearing our skies, again frigid cold tonight.
tomorrow, still cold with sunny skies, only in single digits. increase clouds tomorrow night and a bit warmer. 20 on monday with a chance for flurries overnight. arctic cold again on tuesday. tonight, 12 below as an air temperature, wind chills near 30 below, frostbite in 30 mins. tomorrow, frigid sunshine, only 8 degrees with bitter wind chills. 7-day has slight warm up on monday, up to 20 with evening flurries possible, then arctic again tuesday. deborah/elisa stay warm and safe out there! deborah: welcome back welcome back a young iowa girl has been undergoing wind chill advisory ininffect tonight, nd chills near 30
pets! there's our arctic air spilling into siouxland from canada. very cold already, some already below 0. winds are calming a bit, but with such a cold air mass, we'll still have wind chills. wind chills well below 0 now... near 30 below tonight. 30 degrees colder than last night! stormcast has temperatures staying well below 0 overnight, without harsher wind chills. planner: clear skies will help temps tumble. still fresh snow and clear skies on sky cam.our high of 21 occurred last night, we've been in single digits most of day. clouds on satellite and radar are clearing. arctic blast on stormcast hd. high pressure dips south clearing our skies, again frigid cold tonight.
cold with sunny skies, only in single digits. increase clouds tomorrow night and a bit warmer. 20 on monday with a chance for flurries overnight. arctic cold again on tuesday. tonight, 12 below as an air temperure, wind chills near 30 below, frostbite in 30 mins. tomorrow, frigid sunshine, only 8 degrees with bitter wind chills. 7-day has slight warm up on monday, up to 20 with evenflurries possible, then arctic agaiaituesday. deboboh/elisa stay w wm and safe out there! deborah: welcome back
undergoing for a rare form of sarcoma. she dreams about doesn't get to outside because reporter mark more...on how dream come true. " izabella saul, better known as bella, is a little girl... with a brought with her moved to iowa with the new year. "when we lived in texas she wanted me to pull the clouds down so she could build a snowman and that was just impossible." but here in snowy iowa nurses and hospital staff at the university of iowa children's hospital taking care of bella as she battles cancer -- had an idea. heather eastman assistant nurse manager "jokingly we kind of thought lets bring some snow inside and maybe have a litite snowball fight, and then one of the other nurses decided hey, lets build olaf, because she's really into frozen." olaf is a snowman and one of the main characters in the
courtesy: amanda saul and after staff dumped a whole heap of snow into one of the playrooms at the hospital... for the first time ever, little bella played in the snow. "these wonderful nurses had a surprise for her, took her in and was playing do you want to build a snowman when she walked in with a big huge pile of snow and she built a snowman, inside the hospital (laughter)." "a lot of these kids are here and they miss out on a lot of normal life things, so whenever we can do something that kind of brings normal back to them, it's great and it's very rewarding for us too, like those are our best days." "it was very heart touching, it made my heart melt." and eventually so to -- did olaf, but the memories never will. deborah: when we come back...heelan battled crofton in a top-ten interstate showdown. alex
defending state champs. as for heelan, the crusaders are ranked ninth in iowa's class 4a. sounds like a fun interstate matchup at the cnos classic. today....being day three of the tournament over at the tyson events center...this game a top-ten showdown. early in this one.....lauren steffen sets up from deep and connects....croft on takes the early lead.... but heelan answers from three point land....carlie long with the triple....crusader s tie it up...... then the warriors assert their dominance.....monic a arens with the strong putback...... and she would make it work from distance as well.....pretty stroke.....crofton pulls away to win it 63-51. earlier in the day......unbeaten dakota valley putting its perfect record on the line against hinton.
hasselquist bodies his way inside for the bucket...great interior passing...game tied at 28. but dv goes on a run.....tyler johnson the steal....the finish...and one! 10-0 run for the panhers....38-28 on the other end.....ross johnson gets in on the action for the blackhawks.....hint on cuts the lead to 15..... but it was all dakota valley....bubba rosenquist.....the filthy crossover and the finger- roll...he had 22....panthers stay perfect 76-52 the final. alex to the gpac....the briar cliff men have won twelve straight games. the streak began on november r st and the wins continue to pile up fororhe red- hohochargers. briar cliff up six spots in this week's top 25 to number 6.....today's opponent? 18th- ranked hastings... that's esteban lopez......collects his own miss and makes it count the second time around....broncos down six..... bc answers......clay herrald....bc's all-time leader in threes nails the triple...chargers open up a 16-7 lead.... hastings would hang tough....damien austin....isolation.. ....ane one! that kid is strong....hastings within seven.....
numbmb thirteen.......herra ld to the rack! the chargers have won 13 straight...95-83 the final. same matchup on the ladies side....briar cliff with hopes of ending its two- game skid against fifteenth-ranked hastings. opening quarter.....morgan hansen connects from deep....she had 8 points....chargers with the early lead. then its rachel jelden answering for the broncos.......the sharp-shooter had 12 points for hastings...... back and forth they go.....taylor wagner the deep ball for b-c and the chargers cut the lead to two...... but hastings came out with tons of fire....jordan johnson tickles the twine from distance.....bronco s take this one 65- 56. across town, second-ranked morningside.....win ners of seven straight....hosting doane.... second quarter....heather broman goes up and under jessica tietz.......tigers cut the early mustang lead to eight..... on the other end.....lexi ackerman goes coast to coast! hoop and the hack.....she had 15 points....morningsi de up 28-15..... and the ruru continues.......essi ca tietz....powerful
block.......mustang s now up 18 points...... morningside goes on to extend its winning streak to eight games.....brendan tighe with the jumper....stangs win it 81-64. alex over the past four seasons, just two teams have left ames with a win over iowa state. kansas and baylor. the bears have been bad news for
the cyclones in recent years....but isu could shift momentum today. iowa state hosting g ylor at hilton coliseum.....steve prohm looking for big 12 win number two. first half....george niang up top to big 12 newcomer of the week deonte burton....cyclones open up a 14-4 lead..... a few minutes laterr....matt thomas drills the triple...one of two threes on the day.....isu up by 12....the hilton faithful lovin it..... why not keep pressing...niang the alley-oop to abdel nader! throw it down young man! 25-17 iowa state..... but the bears would not go quietly....lester medford cans the corner trey....he had 16 points...baylor down four at the half.... and they stole the show in the second half...with four minutes to
the miss...he had 27 points and 13 boards as baylor upsets iowa state in ames....94-89 the final. to the big ten we go.....nebraska losers of three straight....visiting rutgers. 1st half... huskers up by 11 shavon shields to the rack... blows by with the thunderdunk he had 11 pts. nebraska up 31-1& == later 1st andrew white the third for 3 white had 19 pts in the 1st half == still first benny parker drives... and the beautiful dime to freshman ed morrow take a second look morrow: 10 pts... huskers led by 20 at half == 2nd half more andrew white for 3... and he was hitting these things from well beyond the arc white on the day: 28 pts, 9 boards.. 5 of 7 from three point land the huskers never trailed.. they pick up their 1st big ten win by 34 points! 90-56 in the game you just sawawere on abc9....the chiefs dismantled the
7-day has slight warm up on monday, up to 20 with evening flurries possible, then arctic again tuesday. allison/alex/elisa 30 mins. tomorrow, frigid sunshine, only 8 degrees with bitter wind chills. 7-day has slight warm up on monday, up to 20 with evening flurries possible, then arctic again tuesday. allison/alex/elisa
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