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today. we have a very calm wind. wind chills are currently set between 0 and - 20. we've got a decent monday as temperatures this afternoon make it into the 20s. your " jessica rae: coming up this morning on abc9 news... the latest on the capture of el chapo, the drug lord and what he is now facing. " jessica rae: and... we remember the life of a nebraska soldier... who made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country. his story.... coming up later. " jessica rae: plus... we join the debate millions of americans are having... is it okay to breastfeed your child in public? these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" jessica rae: good morning and thanks for joining us... i'm jessica rae. we begin with breaking news this morning iconic singer david bowie has died following a battle with cancer.
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official web site and social media pages. according to a short statement... bowie "died peacefully" sunday "surrounded by his family and friends" after an 18-month battle. the singer had just released his 25-th album "blackstar" on friday, his birthday. bowie was just 69 years old. jessica rae: and now to the latest on the capture of drug lord el chapo mexican government sources are telling abc news actor sean penn and del castillo are under investigation for their "interview" with el chapo. abc's stephanie ramos has the latest. " el chapo's next stop, may soon be the united states. the mexican attorney general's office confirms the formal start to the drug lord's extradition process to the u.s. from mexico has begun. and here it is - what officials say led to the recapturing of mexico's most wanted drug lord. rolling stone magazine releasing proof of a secret meeting held 3 months ago between ...joaquin guzman...infamously
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winning actor sean penn. nats: el chapo inteteiew after r nning from mexican authorities for 6 montnt-- el chapo rearrested on friday after a bloody shootout and sewer escape... ......whisked away to a waiting chopper while handcuffed...his face twisted toward cameras for the world to see. when el chapo wasn't bragging about his drug deals.... the kingpin was trying to land a movie deal about his life. shopping the idea around to hollywood producers and actors... recording this video ... el chapo - "?y para senor sean penn." specifically for penn and mexican actress superstar turned jail pen pal kate del castillo. el chapo - "no other way and there still isn't?." now that el chapo is back behind bars - penn is under fire. (abc this week) sen. marco rubio / (r) presidential candidate "if one of these american actors? (abc this week) denis mcdonough /
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"we'll let somebody else sort out what sean penn did and didn't do. el chapo's where he should be." jessica rae: authortities are still investigating an explosion at a pub is nebraska on saturday. according to reports, a fire broke out after...an explosion was heard at m's'sub 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. jessica rae: students at briar cliff university are givi back to their community as the so-called "j-term" approaches. j-term is when students serve without boundaries. hundreds of students are going to be collecting donations for good will. the students will also collectively gain over 2 thousand volunteer hours. this gives students an opportunity to combine their volunteer
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their classroom activities. " um..today what we'vre done is we've gone to about 17 hundred to 2 thousand homes in the siouxland community. we've given out flyers and good will bags to let the owners of the homes know that we are collecting donations for good will. so we have about 200 of our students that will be going out to the homes today to collect those goods and bringing them to the good will trailer." jessica rae: in addition tovolunteering, students also participate in learning trips. jessica rae: it was a packed house at the central baptist church yesterday for the 12th night hand-bell festival. we stopped by to take in some of the sights and sounds of the event...take a listen. "music" the grace united methodist church hosted the event. but several churches came together to make up the hand bell choir you just heard. this was the 35th
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handbell festival"... a truly beautiful performance. jessica rae: with the holiday season just behind us we have all witnessed the madness of going to the grocery store ... however hy-vee is hoping to help out. they rolled out their "aisles online" program last september ... where you can select your groceries from the comfort of your home... and while you might not have the time to browse through everything at the store ... hyvee officials say the online system has a clear advantage. "maybe the customer doesn't know how many types of apples we have so when you go online you'll be able to see all the varieties listed there and it makes it kind of fun to choose differen items there. " you can get your order delievered to your home or just pick it up at the store... delivery does add on an extra four dollars but if your order is over 100 dollars ... the delivery is free. we'll show you how the system works... later on in the show. jessica rae: how low will gasoline prices go this year? triple-a says the national average for a gallon of regular gas is at a
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people in ten southern states are paying a dollar-75 or less. in some states, a gallon of regular has dropped to a dollar-42! tumbling oil prices combined with strong refinery capacity could push the price of gas to just one dollar a gallon in some areas. in case you're wondering, that hasn't happened since 19-99. " jessica rae: coming up.... the powerball jackpot is now over a billion dollars... and after the break... i'll show you what you can buy with that fortune here in the midwest. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson..
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stormcast hd where today will be a little bit warmer than our weekend. we can expect a cold front to pass through overnight. this is going to generate some light snow and strong winds as we enter tuesday. tuesday will be chilly with highs in the lower teens before we thaw out some during the middle of the week. our snow forecast shows about a half inch of snow or less passing throroh the region tonight occurring between 5 pm and 5 am. today's high temperature is 22 with mostly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 5 with a cold front passage and some light snow. tomorrow's high is 13 and it'll be partly cloudy and frigid. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: bit warmer than our weekend. we can expect a cold front to pass through overnight. this is going to generate some light snow and strong winds as we enter tuesday. tuesday will be chilly with highs in the lower teens before we thaw out some during the
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our snow forecast shows about a half inch of snow or less passing through the region tonight occurring between 5 pm and 5 am. today's high temperature is 22 with mostly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 5 with a cold front passage and some light snow. tomorrow's high is 13 and it'll be partly cloudy and frigid. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: bit warmer than our weekend. we can expect a cold front going to generate strong winds as we tuesday will be the lower teens before we thaw out some during the middle of the week. our snow forecast shows about a half inch of snow or less region tonight pm and 5 am. today's 22 with mostly overnight low is 5 with a cold front passage and some light snow. tomorrow's high is 13 and it'll be partly
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here's a check of your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: the powerball jackpot keeps climbing and climbing the jackpot is now up to an estimated 1-point-3 billion dollars. no one matched all six numbers in saturday's nearly 950-million dollar powerball jackpot. but there were several match five winners...includin g one right here in sioux city. the ticket was purcrcsed at the hy-vee on gordon drive. it matched the first five numbers... and although it missed the powerball... the ticket is still good for a one million dollar prize. "somebody's winning so that's great so who knows. it could still go off on this next wednesday so who knows i got my
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there were a few other big winners in iowa. each winner got a 50-thousand dollar prize. those tickets were purchased at a casey's in coralville.... a hy-veeeeas station infairfield... and a a m & go in west d d moines. if you play in iowa.... you may have noticed the billion dollar prize is not listed on your ticket... all tickets say one-thousand - three hundred million... because the jackpot has never reached a billion dolls fore. jessica rae: 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... chad mills: "without hope, what do you got?" candi denney: : hat would i do? um...i don't know...i'd build something great for sioux city and then i'd take off." denny rehan: "um...i'd pay off my two kids' homes...pay oftheir 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
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"help my family, friends...you know...a few people...the community... more store sounds... jessica rae: and asashe jackpot contues to grow... everybody can't seem to stop talking about what they would well reporter sarah greene you could buy with all that cash houses, cars, and diamonds.... in the quad cities the estimated 900 million dollar p perball jackpot could buy more than you could ever need. with the 558 million dollar cash value, you could get this nearly 870-thousand dollar house with out even making a dent in your winnings. the 55-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
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(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 jewel) "jewelry signifies a special occasion in somebody's life, and that it's important." 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 evevything." if you haven't gotten a a cket yet you have until 8:59 tonight to pick one up. sarah
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jessica rae: it was another bad year for nevada's gaming industry. casinos in the silver state lost 662 million dollars in 20-15. that's according to data from the nevada gaming control board. it's the sixth- straight year in the red for casinos in las vegas, reno, and elsewhere statewide. analysts say the trtrd began with the 2008 recession fewer r urists, ananfar less spendidi at the tables and slot machines. " jessica rae: alright when we come back... the debate over breast feeding in public has re- ignited after actress alyssa milano spoke out in favor of the practice. details after the break.
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celebrate your baby's first birthday! everyone is invited to 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....
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and we will air their picture right here morning show every monday. you will see our latest first birthday... on in the show. jessica rae: dividing a lot of men and women... breastfeeding in public. reignited after actress alyssa milano and wendy williams clashed abc's juju chang has more. "wendy: i don't need to see that. alyssa: why? wendy: because i just don't want to. is it okay to breastfeed in public? talk show host wendy williams doesn't think so. williams, suddenly at odds this week with her own guest alyssa milano on her own program - the wendy williams show. milano - momto elizabella, 16 6 months, and son milo, 4, is a devoted frequently posting lactacting photos on social media. do is i would go to go feed your baby in the car?? wendy: yes! two tangled over simmering flash point among men and women? forty-nine states
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breastfeeding inpublic? wendy's opinion - that it's not proper to do so in pubic ?is not uncommon, even among moms. stacey brosnan - certified nurse- midwife - i think it's probably a certain generation, if you will. i think they're not used to seeing women breastfeeding in public and so they feel uncomfortable about it. but milano doesn't let it end there ? she asks why it's okay to show miley cyrus wearing this, but it's not okay to see a woman nursing wendy: i don't know why i feel this way. i'm a mom also. breastfeeding is only a particular amount of time the rest of your life your breasts are sexual things alysa: biologically they're not meant to be sexual things stacey brosnan - certified nurse- midwife -she felt that breasts are a sexual thing. they are, but they're also a nurturing kind of ththg. can't they be both? but the bottom line?
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on this topic. jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about breastfeeding in public. jessica and scott are chatting about breastfeeding in public. near 0. make sure to bundle up as you walk out the door today. we have a very calm winin wind chills a a currently set between 0 and - 20. we've got a decent monday as temperatures this afternoon make it into the 20s. near 0. make sure to bundle up as you walk out the door today. we have a very calm wind. wind chills are currently set between 0 and - 20. we've got a decent monday as temperatures this afternoon make it into the 20s. scott: here's a quick chekc outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and
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drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... lewis blvd. and on transit ave. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... we'll remember the life of nebraska solidier joseph lemm. you'll hear from the mother of this american
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christmas of 20-15 ... six american soldiers were killed by a suicide bomber in
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45-year old from joseph lemm. him... say he exemplifies what it means to be an american hero. abc9 news reporter lukas story. sot: everything to him his daughter are his wife" vo: a 15 year veteran of the nypd ... an accomplished tours of duty ... it's the accomplishments that joseph lemm carried ... but he was so much more than that ... sot: "a giant with a big heart ... he would do anything for anybody. he always strived and he always took the extra step and he enjoyed every step that he made." vo: an event that changed the world and many of us ... also changed lemm sot: "when 9/11 hit that just really hit him to the core and i think that's what drove him totoe the best thatate can be." nats: "talng about picture."
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york ... but he truly stayed a sioixlander ... a passionate hunter, a cornhusker ... he might not have been layed to rest here ... but beemer will honor their hero as best they can ... and if you ask shirley ... he never left. sot: "he touched a lot of lifes ... he came from a little town of 700 back at the time. he soared and he is back home in spipirt. not just in beemerer but all the communities around... over the united states." jessica rae: a memorial service in beemer is planed for next saturday from 1 until 5 in the afternoon. " we'll rejoin the race to the white house...
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about the families first forum that took place in des moines this weekend. hear from two of the democratic candidates... up next. scott: " " scott:good morning. we have another
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temperatures near 0. make sure to bundle up as you walk out the door today. we have a very y lm wind. wind chills are currently set between 0 and -20. we've got a decent monday as temperatures this afternoon make it into the 20s. here's a look at your stormcast hd where
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weekend. we can expect a cold front to pass through overnight. this is going to generate some light snow and strong winds as we enter tuesday. tuesday will be chilly with highs in the lower teens before we thaw out some during the middle of the week. our snow forecast shows about a half inin of snow or less passing through the region tonight occurring between 5 pm and 5 am. today's high temperature is 22 with mostly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 5 with a cold front passage and some
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13 and it'll b bpartly cloudy and frigid. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. jessica rae make sure to bundle up as you walk out the door today. we have a very calm wind. wind chills are currently set between 0 and -20. we've got a decent monday as temperatures this afternoon make it into the 20s. here's a look at your stormcast hd where today will be a little bit warmer than our weekend. we can expect a cold front to pass through
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going to generate some light snow and strong winds as we enter tuesday. tuesday will be chilly with highs in the lower teens before we thaw out some during the middle of the week. our snow forecast shows about a half inch of snow or less passing through the region tonight occurring between 5 pm and 5 am. today's high temperature is 22 with mostly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 5 with a cold front passage and some light snow. tomorrow's high is now turning to the campaign trail...
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caucus.... looking to make sure... they understand candidates are on issues that matter most to them. that's why iowa citizens for community the "family's first" forum in des moines this it brought in both and bernie sanders. candidates had time to share why they believe... they're the most qualified to become but the attention was also on the grassroots activists asking topics included immigration, middle east policycy martin o'malley, d- presidential candidate: "i believe in a sensible 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 country." jessica rae: both o'malley and sanders agree on the need to shut down "for profit
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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. jessica rae: and rand paul and mike huckabee were in des moines late last week... and commented on how they feel they stand in the race at this point... " rand 1:28 we also announced we have a 1000th precinct chair which is no small feat, we may well be the most organized campaign in iowa at this point. mike 25:54 between may 6th and today we didn't just go through 99 counties, i actually held town halls in all 99 counties in iowa, this is a long hard process. jessica rae: both candidates are polling in the single digits. jessica a e: republicanfrontrunner donald trumpspent his saturday campaigning here
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trump spoke in front of a packed house... going on the attack against surginrival 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 anango and be a nomomee. you gotta straigigen it out. it'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. jessica rae: in the latest national polls...trump holds 34 percent support. while cruz is in second...with 20 percent. jessica rae: and ted cruz isn't the only one trump is going after. this week the gop frontrunner turned up the heat on his attacks on rival hillary clinton... by using her husband's infidelities against her. reporter chris frates has the latest on the frontrunner
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" (lena dunham/ clintosupporter) "the way that she's been treed is just more evidence of the fact that our country has so much hatred towards successful women and an inability to separate their accomplishments from that of lena dunham -- creator of the hit hbo show girls -- like a veiled shot at donald trump... who is relentlessly attacking hillary clinton for her husband's sex a strategy of guilt by association. on insnsgram: "women's rights are human ririts and human rights are keep fighting for dignity." ( presidential "she wants to accuse husband is one of the great abusers of the world? give me a break, give me a break." and on twitter "i hope bill clinton starts talking about women's issues so that voters can see what a hypocrite he abused those women! "the worst thing have her husband campaign for her. just watat." lawmaker even got heckling clinton about her husband's sexual improprieties
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(nats - hillary) "you are very rude, and i am not going to ever call on you." bill clinton says he won't fire back unless trump becomes the gop nominee. (nats - bill clinton) "i don't have any response. if he wins the republican nomination we'll have plenty of time to talk about it trump says he went on the offensive after hillary clinton called him sexist but admitted that if his attacks start hurting him with women voters, 'd back off. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "i hit him pretty hard and maybe they won't be attacking me anymore 'cause, you know, i am somebody that has great respect for women and i'll do a great job, far better for women than hillary will ever do for women, jessica rae: the attacks appear to be good politics for trump... the clinton- bashing is popular with republican primary voters.... who deeply dislike the clintons. on the democratic side, hillary clinton's rivals
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subject. but trump is coming under fire yet again.... after a woman wearing a hijab headscarf was kicked out of a rally in south carolina. rose hamid stood up in silent protest... when trump suggested syrian refugees a a affiliated wititi-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." "(rose hamid, escorted from trump rally) "what happened when the crowd got this hateful crowd mentality when i was was really quite example of what start using this how it can encite a ago were very kind to me." trump campaign told them in advance to kick out anyone disturbance. trump responded by saying "there is that is unbelievable."
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hatred, it's not our hatred." jessica rae: the norfolk public school board of education has a very important meeting tonight. here's susan risinger with the details. "the norfolk public schools board of education n ets tonight for the first time in 2016 with a busy a anda. among other business, the board will be asked to approve increased staffing for next year and purchase chrome books for students at the middle school. four organizations have been selected to receive grants from the norfolk area foundation fund. foundation coordinator anders olson says this year's grants were awarded to the elkhorn valley museum, the animal shelter of northeast nebraska, ged en espanol and the philanthropy council of northeast nebraska. and set up begins tomorrow for the 29th annual northeast nebraska farm and equipment show, scheduled for wednesday and thursday in the chuck pohlman ag complex at northeast community college. doors will be open from 9 to 5
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the vikings hosted the seahawks in one of the coldest playoff games in nfl history. alex has the highlights when we come back. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast... jessica rae: as many women
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daunting thought... how will i get my pre baby body back... after my little bundle of joy is born?? i spoke to mercy medical center physical therapist paula wright to get some tips for myself, and for you take a look! "rae: i think most moms and moms to be will admit, they've thought about it at one point during their pregnancy... will i ever get my pre -baby body back? mercy medical center physical therapist paula wright says, yes, and it all starts with your core. paula wright: "the
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pelvic floor muscles are really important to do right away as long as the doctor is okay with it so that when you start to do a lot of variety of activities such as running or lifting weights so that you have a good base to work with." rae: wright says many women don't realize the importance of a strong core... and instead just go straight to arm exercises and leg exercises... which is not a good idea! paula wright: "because if your core is really weak but you do a lot of upper extremety stregthening or lower extremety
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could actually have more pain down the road." rae: youay not realize this, but new moms are constantly lifting, and without a strong core, wright says you could do further damage to your body. it's important to do what cor exercises mighghbe best for you... contact your local health provider. jessica rae: freezing-cold temperatures have made their way across the midwest over the past week. up north in minneapolis, the weather impacted the n-f-l playoffs. more. game between seattle and minnesota was the third coldest playoff game in nfl negative six degrees sounds awful, but its perfect weather for an old-school gridiron battle. lets head to t-c-f bank stadium for the action.....the vikings looking for their first playoff win
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third quarter 3-0 minnesota....russel wilson throws a strike to doug baldwin and how about that catch! one handed for 17 yards....t.te a second look....as pretty as the first time around....well done.! later in the quarter....hawks going for it on fourth and three....wilson scrambles.....looks for his target but the pass is tipped and picked by trae waynes! vikings turn it into points 6-0 minnesota.... but here comes seattle....wilson to baldwin...touchdown ......the seahawks score 10 unanswered to take a 10-9 lead... and it all comes down to this...blair walsh for the game-winner.....3-3 on the day but his fourth attempt is brutall...game ove.r.. 10-9 the final. seattle becomes just the third team in nfl history to win
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through three quarters.... the seahawks v vit carolina this weekend. the iowa ladies have won 25 consecutive home games at carver-hawkeye arena. their last loss in iowa city came back on february 1st of 2014. could the streak continue against eighth- ranked maryland? these teams have only met twice....most recently last season.....a five point maryland win in college park. terps up ten at halftime, now up 12. alexa kastanek knocks down the three. hawks eventually pull within 7. but maryland went with a aeavy dose of brianna jones. the center down low with the bucket and the foul! more from jones down low for another two. she had 13 of her 15 points in the 2nd half! then it's jones this time coming up with the steal and put back. iowa loses two in a row for the first time all season. the terps take down the hawks 76-56. down to lincoln we go.....nebraska gunning for its first big ten win against illinois. 3rd quarter... nebraska in front natalie romeo all alone she sinks the open 3 huskers up 44-33 == later 3rd... chatrice white nifty move to the hoop that helps close the gap... part of a 7-0 illinois run == jessica shepard controlled the game today
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forecast... scott: have another cold morning outdoors with temperatures near 0. make sure to bundle up as you walk out the door today. we have a very calm wind. wind chills are currently set between 0 and - 20. we've got a decent monday as temperatures this afternoon make it into the 20s. here's a look at your stormcast hd where today will be a little bit warmern our weekend. w wcan
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going to generate some light snow and strong winds as we enter tuesday. tuesday will be rough start to the week for u-s markets. kendis gibson and reena ninan bring us the latest. good morning. toing "america's money" -- another stock selloff. >> china's main stock market plunged 5% today. investors uneasy about the world's second economy. >> u.s. stocks had their worst week in four years. uber is cutting its prices in more than a hundred cities. >> a third january in which uber has cut prices. and the detrtroit auto show starts today with lots of cool ^h@ cars.
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will be the new 2017 lincoln contntinental. >> and. the mercedes-benz e class. >> and lexus will show off the producti model of its lc luxury sports cars. all i care is about heated seats. all we haveveo do is win the powerball and we're there. that's "america's money." >> have a great day. our digestive systems handle a lot over the holidays. 20 hours of anxiously fighting crowds to find the perfect gifts. cooking for family meals where we eat over 15 pounds of turkey and sides. no w wonder after all that our digestive systems can act up. so tryctivia f f 2 weeks! enjoying activia twice a day for two weeks may help reduce the frequency of bloating, gas, discomfort or rumbling. try activia.
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so let's focus on the beginning ... (nats) ( tonday kipples/tailgater) "we have hand warmers feet warmers a heater and just good viking football people that's gonna keep us warm all day every day." toni from blaine set up shop at 7 am... the lots were full of tunes, booze and optitism... ( jeffrey steier/minneapolis) "i'm warm, this is great playoff football nothing beats it." "it's awesome it doesn't get better than this." most seattle fans skipped the lively pre-game ( ted colby sanchez/seattle) "we were all hotel fairing inside our warm hotel roooo we are living g up getting ready for the game."
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warmth was minimal but the energy cold. jessica and scott are chatting about sitting out in the cold. jessica and scott are chatting about sitting out in the cold. jessica and scott are chatting about sitting out in the cold. scott:today will be a little bit warmer cold. jessica and scott are chatting about sitting out in the cold. jessica and scott are chatting about sitting out in the cold. jessica and scott through overnight. this is going to generate some light snow and strong winds as we enter tuesday. tuesday will be chilly with highs in the lower teens before we thaw out some during the middle of
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forecast shows about a half inch of snow or less passing through the region tonight occurring between 5 pm and 5 am. today's high temperature is 22 with mostly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 5 with a cold front passage and some light snow. tomorrow's high is 13 and it'll be partly cloudy and frigid. here's a check of your 7 7ay forecast. jessica rae scott: adlib jessica rae: " through overnight. this is going to generate some light snow and strong winds as we enter tuesday. tuesday will be chilly with highs in the lower teens before we thaw out some during the middle of the week. our snow forecast shows about a half inch of snow or lessss passing through the region tonight occurring between 5 pm and 5 am. today's high temperature is 22 with mostly cloudy skies. th overnight low is 5 with a cold front
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tomorrow's high is 13 and it'll be partly cloudy and frigid. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: adlib jessica rae: " coming up in our six o'clock hour... we'll bring you even more news on the race to the white house... including a major endorsement for hillary clinton.
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scmorning outdoors with temperatures near 0. make sure to bundle up as you walk out the door near 0. make sure to bundle up as you
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today. we have a very calm wind. wind chills are currently set between 0 and - 20. we've got a decent monday as temperatures this afternoon make it into the 20s. near 0. make sure to bundle up as you walk out the door today. we have a very calm wind. wind chills are currently set between 0 and - 20. we've got a decent monday as temperatures this afternoon make it into the 20s. jessica rae: hillary clinton
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