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morning america," everyone. have a great tuesday.following a brief period of warming. this resulted in some widely scattered light snow showers. we currently still have mostly cloudy skies. we'll have periods of sun and clouds today. temperatures are currently in the single digits. we have a somewhat breezy wind between 10 and 20 miles per hour. looking at the dayplanner, we'll reach an afternoon high of 15. your full forecast is coming up - your news
" jessica ra coming up this morning on abc9 news... president obama will deliver his final state of the union address... and we'll have a preview for you. " jessica rae: a popular sioux city restaurant experienced a fire yesterday morning. and we'll assess the damage done to the building. " jessica rae: and... one california woman is using her passion for dogs... to help her fellow man. these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" jessica rae: we begin this potentially scary scene at north yesterday. a student school forcing school authorities to notify parents. the incident happened before school started. the school received information a student could a weapon to the according to district director of communications alison benson... the weapon was not loaded...
student did not intend to harm anyone benson says when that student arrived on campus... school staff members immediately detained and searched the student and located the weapon. benson added, quote "we are very thankful that in this case someone who saw something or heard something, said something, allowing us to quickly take action. the safety of students and staff members is the highest prioriri of our district." jessica rae: the district says it will follow board policies and the district's student code of conduct regarding this incident. jessica rae: president obama will give his final state of the union tonight... and is expected to speak about how far we've come in the last 7 years since he's been in office. this comes just a week after he announced his executive actions on gun control. abc's stephanie ramos brings us a preview. "obama sot: i have no more campaigns to run. my only agenda -- i know, because i won both of them. (applause) that was president obama at last year's state of the union
in office he'll speak before congress for the last time .... but instead of ting to persuade the joint sessn to work with him in 2016 ..with legislative to- do's?. the president is expected to deliver a speech...with a slightly different tone compared to years past. in a video released by the white house.......mr. obama previews what he'll say tonight? from video "what i want to focus on in this state of the union is not just the remarkable progress we've made, not just what i want to get done in the year ahead, but what we all ed to do together in the years to com. " the president's speech will try to frame a choice facing americans as they select the next president of the united states... expect to also hear.....about the economy's recovery nat sot: seven years ago, auto sales hit a 27-year low. last year, they hit an all-time high. the affordable care act... nat sot: we've brought more than 17 million americans into our health care system and foreign policy... he's also expected to touch on the gun violence epidemic, and the legalization of same sex marriage.... nats: same sex
matthew dallek, george washington university: "it does become a little more of a legacy speech in terms of defining what has been achieved." there will also be plenty of pomp and pageantry and a long list of guests sitting with first lady michelle obama to includes....a refugee from war torn syria... to army reserve major lisa jaster....one of just three women to complete the vigorous army ranger course. a chair in mrs. obama's box will be left empty to honor victims of gun violence. jessica rae: and for those of you who may find yourself missing out on the state of the union, amazon is giving you the chance to catch it online . amazon won't stream the address live... but the white house and the online retailer have struck a deal to put it on
video site. it'll be available to all customers starting on wednesday through the end of the week. the ate of the union will not be connected to amazon prime. instead, the speech will be available through amazon video for free. and on wedneday, the president will be in omaha making a speech on gun control. but if you were thinking about attending .... it's too late all 8,000 tickets to the eventat the university of neb-omaha are sold out. jessica rae: the 20-16 iowa state legislative session officially began yesterday in des moines... and education is the hottest topic this year. after a long, drawn-out battle over funding for iowa schools last year, legislators all say they want to see the budget resolved quickly this year. " koester 14:30 i believe iowans were displeased with the amount of funding of public schools. peterson - 26:12 we can't continue to as schools to do more and more with less and less so that will be the top issue for me and i think many legislators. branstad 13:19 i h he the legislature will make an early decision on state aid and not spend the whole session fighting over it. jessica rae:
expected to be a busy day for iowa governor terry branstad. as he's scheduled to give his state of the state address. and to hear more from the governor... tune in to abc9 this sunday morning at nine for this week in siouxland. governor branstad will join tim seaman for a one on one interview, to talk about what he wants to see the 20-16 session achieve as well as how he sees his legecy as the nations longest serving governor. again thats sunday morning at nine, right here on abc9. " " alright when we come back... sneaky's restaurant was burned yesterday morning... after the break... we'll hear from the owner about the damages to the building. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning...
move through late last night. this has worked quickly on our temperatures sinking temperatures from the 30s to the single digits. today will be cold with highs only in the teens. temperatures will be steady overnight and warm up significantly for tomorrow
and ththsday as we see highs jump above freezing. another system will
with periods of sun and clouds. the overnight low is 12 and we may have a few flurries. tomorrow's high is 33
and it'll be mostly seasonal. here's t t 7 day forecast. jessica rae move through late last night. this has worked quickly on our temperatures sinking temperatures from the 30s to the single digits. today will be cold with highs only in the teensns temperatures will be steady overnight and warm up significantly for tomorrow and
highs jump above freezing. another system will approach on friday. today's high is 15 with periods of sun and clouds. thth overnight low w 12 popular sioux city restaurnt sneaky's chicken had to be closed yesterday after a fire broke out in the morning. business`owner dave ferris says he was in his office when he started to smell something strange. moments later his daughter called to tell him the back of the building was on fire. the restraunt wasn't open yet but three employees were able to get out of the building safely. despite single diget temps, fire investigators say they were not hampered by the extreme cold. " " "typically this time of yr we have a lot of concerns with freezing conditions. this was one of the fires that went really well though, especially considering the frigid temperatures. we got water quickly on the fire, we were not hampered by frozen hydrants
the fire started in a storge area at the back of the building, and it never spread to the actual dining area, but the entiti structure did suffer heavy smoke damage. we still have no word on what caused the fire. jessica rae:: sneaky's chicken is a well-known, family owned restaurant that has been a part of sioux city for 37 years. owner dave ferris says the ououring of support has been incredible. abc9 news reporter elisa raffa has more. "sioux city fire marshal mark aesoph says every fire comes as a shock, but this one hits a little bit closer to home here at sneaky's chicken in sioux city. fire crews respspded to reports of fire and heavy smoke here at 9 o'clock on monday morning" elisa raffa dave ferris, owner of sneaky's restaurant and catering says after 37 years in the business, he never thought this would happen to him. "it's pretty
kind of joke through the years, but all of a sudden when a fire hits and you see your own place on fire... i have a new people who go says dave ferris, owner, sneaky's restaurant and catering. ferris says it's difficult and he's grateful for the already, large outpour from family, friends, and busniess partners in the community. "it has been unbelieveable from the facebook to the text messages to the phone calls...i would say literally we've had over 300 phone calls and text messages from friends and businesses" says dave ferris, owner, sneaky's restaurant and catering. sneaky's will be closed for the time being, but ferris says not to worry. he already has plans in the works to serve his catering customers through other venues and rebuild the restaurant. "we're already working with a couple of our partners that we do a lot of business th for maybe off site facilities to t te ca of customers. we have all of our mobile units which are quite capable of cooking in, as much as our restaurant, soe'll be up and strong and i don't want anybody to panic and think we're not going to take care of them" says dave ferris, owner, sneaky's restaurant and catering. jessica rae: omaha fire
sifting through four floors of debris looking for the cause of a weekend explosion at a famous pub. m's pub in the old market went up in flames saturday afternoon, and crews didn't stop pumping water onto the property until yesterday morning. owners say they hope to re-open at the same location in the old market, but officials said it's too early to determine the future of the building. we will have more on the investigation... coming up later on in the show. " " jessica rae: coming up.... the ringling brothers have made a major announcement as it relates to their world famous elephants. stay tuned to find out what it is. " " and.... california woman passion suffering from a details after the break.
born david jones. in south london... his unique sound and style inspired and influenced generations of musicians. as a parting gift to his fans, bowie had just released his 25-th and final album, "black-star" last . we will have more on bowie's life and legacy coming up later on in the show... jessica rae: ringling brothers and baum & bailey will stop using elepnts in its shows much sooner than expected. the parent company of the traveling circus said it will stop using the elephants in may. that's a year and a half earlier than previously the asian elephants will the company said preparations for the new retirees at its 200-acre "center for conservation" were completedmuch sooner than anticipated. jessica rae: a california woman is using her hobby of to helthose struggling with p-t-s-d. doing it. jody piner breeds golden retrievers, but a couple of discovered how to
loves with with helping soldiers transition into civilian life. one look at the faces of her puppies, and it's easy to see why she loves what she does. "they're just a delight to live with, to work with, totrain," piner said. she been showing dogs for 15 years and began breeding them about a year ago. but back in 2013, piner lost her dog summit to cancer. around the same time her nephew ben, a sergeant in the army who served in afghanistan, took his own life after struggling with ptsd. it was then that a friend recommended she read "until tuesday" by luis montalvan about a soldier's struggle with ptsd and the dog thth helped him ththugh it. "i saw through that book an opportunity if ever i bred a golden that i would donate from that first litter someone a puppy," piner id.she contacted dale and lu picard oj educated canines assisting with disabilities, or ecad. the couple trained the dog from the book and are also training the dog piner donated, named patriot, in new york. altogether the
"we'll teach the dog to do laundry, to go get a phone, to grocery shop, to tug the door open and hold it, to tug the sock off your foot, cross and uncross your foot," lu picard said. but not all dogs learn all the commandslu picard said patriot is very smart and will go through advanced training. piner's only hope is that her gift will help save the life of someone like her nephew who is struggling with ptsd. "no soldier should have to face ptsd alone," piner said. patriot still has about a year to complete his training. if you know someone who you'd like to nominate for ououhuman kindness series, visit click jessica and scott are chatting about therapy dogs. jessica and scott are chatting about therapy dogs. jessica and scott are chatting about therapy dogs. scott:good morning siouxland. we had a cold front pass through last night following a brief
jessica and scott are chatting about therapy dogs. therapy dogs. jessica and scott are chatting about widely scattered light snow showers. we currently still have mostly cloudy skies. we'll have periods of sun and clouds today. temperatures are currently in the single digits. we have a somewhat breezy wind between 10 and 20 miles per hour. looking at the dayplanner, we'll reach an afternoon high of 15. period of warming. this resulted in some widely scattered light snow showers. we currentlylytill have mostly cloudy ies. we'll have periods of sun and clouds today. temperatures are currently in the single digits. we have a somewhat breezy wind between 10 and 20 miles per hour. looking at the dayplanner, we'll reach an afternoon high of 15.
here's a quick chekc outside on one ofur i ia 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... 27th street and on outer dr. so again... mind that speed. " " jessica rae: still to come... i'll bring you the amazing story of a dakota dunes couple who had to make the most difficult decision any couple has to face... their story is up next. dad: i know. spots. culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. so keeping everything spotless is effortless. mom: hey. dad: the culligan man.
birthday! here on abc9 news this morning we will be baby's picture newscast.... everyone is invitedto send in a 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 ild's first and last name along with a guide on how to pronounce their name.... and their date of birth .... and we will air their picture right here during our morning show every monday. jejeica rae: imagine being asked to end life support for a loved one..... that's the difficult dedesion a dakota d des couple had to face ... but a doctor's decision to try open heart surgery... made all the difference. abc9 news reporter deborah souverain has his story. " it just hit me like that," said mike bacon. "i was good in the morning, i mean i didn't feel good, afternoon i was in the hospital. i was that sick that fast, "said mike mike doesn't remember much more
september... but his wife bonnie, recalls every moment, like it was yesterday "he actually drove over to urgent care on hamilton," said bonnie bacon "i can't even remember that" said mike bacon. "there was like 8 times i told him pull over i need to drive and he's like 'oh no i'm fine' and i'm like, 'no you almost hit that gaurd rail and your crossing over the line," said bonnie. initially...mike tested positive for the flu....but within 72 hours it was clear it was far more severe. further tests revealed he was suffering from bacterial blood infection...completel y crippling his heart...spreading to his brain and kidneys for nearly a monthth he wasasn life support.t.his only hope was open heart surgery. "so the day he went into surgery i prayed and i said okay god he's yours. whatever you want, " said bonnie. "if you want to take him home, take him home but i still wasn't ready to give him up, but it was all in his hands," said bonnie. "i am truly thankful to dr. gurbuz for taking that chance because i don't think many thought he would pull through surgery,"
by mercy hospital cardiothoracic surgeon tayfun gurbuz. "so good to see you," said mike. you look good, you gainededome weight!," id dr. gurbuz his decision to operate stunning others at the heart center. "i read the chart and there was some discussion about discontinuing care on him," said dr. tayfun gurbuz "that's why when we told them we were going to take him into surgery they were like 'really! you're going to take him into surgery," said gurbuz. but from where we started to where we are now it's a miracle," said gurbuz. "we never give up," said gurbuz. mike's grateful for everyone who fought for him when he couldn't... and now he wants to pick up..where he left off. "get back to farming, like i know," said mike. jessica rae: mike is still under going rehab and is currently on dialysis.
currently on dialysis. says he owes everything to his wife, bonnie... their three children... his church family... and his loving doctor and the nurses.... who helped him get back on his feet. jessica rae: a new study by the c-d-c is showing more than half of middle and high school students in the u-s are exposed to secondhand smoke. researchers say the findings are alarming... because the exposure canimpact their lung and cardiovascular health, d it's completete preventable. research shows children who are exposed to secondhand smoke are at increased risk of asthma and lung infections... and exposure to nicotine makes them more likely to be addicted to nicotine in the future. " jessicrae: coming up.... we'll rejoin the race to the white house... and check in with the battle between democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders... stay tuned fore more.... scott: " " scott: good morning
through last night following a brief period of warming. this resulted in some widely scattered light snowowhowers. we currently still have mostly cloudy skies. we'll have periods of sun and clouds today. temperatures are currently in t single digits. we have a somewhat breezy wind between 10 and 20 miles per hour. here's the stormcast hd wre we had a fairly strong cold front move through late last night. this has worked quickly on our temperatures sinking temperatures from the 30s to the single digits. today will be cold with highs only in the teens.
and warm up significantly for tomorrow and thursday as we see highs jump above freezing. another system will approach on friday. today's high is 15 with periods of sun and clouds. the overnight low is 12 and we may have a few flurries. tomorrow's high is 3333nd it'll be mostly sunny and more seasonal. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae period of warming. this resulted in some widely scattered light snow showers. we currently still have mostly cloudy periods of sun and temperatures are single digits. we have a somewhat breezy wind between 10 and 20 miles per hour. here's the we had a fairly
worked quickly on sinking temperatures from the 30s to the single digits. today will be cold with highs only in the teens. temperatures will be steady overnight and warm up tomorrow and highs jump above approach on friday. today's high is 15 with periods of sun and clouds. the overnight low is 12 and we may have a few flurries. tomorrow's high is 33 and it'll be mostly sunny and more seasonal. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae period of wawaing. this resulted in some widely scattered light snow showers. we currently still have mostly cloudy skies. we'll have periods of sun and
currently in the single digits. we donald trump is hammering ted cruz on his quote- "canada problem" during a rally in new hampshire. but it's what's happening in iowa that's driving his assault on the canadian-born senator, who only re- nounced his tizenship in 20-14. will the citizenship issue pay off for trump? reporter sara murray has more. "donald trump not letting up on ted cruz's citizenship. ( donald trump (r) presidential candidate) "but ted cruz has a problem, is a he natural born citizen? the question was asked on m mt the press, it was asked of me by chris wallace this weekend and i said, 'i don't know, i mean nobody knows.'" after months of playing nice,
candidate) "ted cruz, senator cruz, has been so nice to me, i can't hit him. i may have to if he starts getting really close. i may have to." trump's truce is over. (donald trump (r) presidential candidate) "i'm a counter-puncher." ananhe's not waiting on cruz to fire first... trying to rarae doubts about whether the texas senator - a southern baptist - is a true evangelical. (donald trump (r) presidential candidate) "in all fairness, to the best of my knowledge, not too many evangelicals come out of cuba. ok? just remember that." and today in new hampshire, trump is hoping his latest line of attack - questioning whether cruz's canadian roots disqualify him for the presidency - might widen his lead. (donald trump p ) presidential candidate) "you can't have a nominee who's going to be subject to being thrown out as the nominee. you just can't do it. so you gotta make that decision folks. i mean it's one of those little decisions. i'm sure ted is thrilled that i'm helping him out but i am." some voters aren't
(mos) "i think he's eligible. i think he would've checked that out andad it all cleared before he even n." meanwhile, cruz has insisted the question is already settled: ( sen. ted cruz (r) presidenti candidate) "e substance of the issue isar and straightforward. as a legal matter, the constitution and federal law are clear that the child of u.s. citizen born abroad is a natural born citizen." and -- so far -- isn't taking the bait to go battlegainst trump. (sen. ted cruz (r) presidential candidate) "i like donald trump. i respect donald trump. he's welcome to toss whatever attacks he wants." but trump keeps on hammering cruz -- anywhere he can. in the hawkeye state it's his position on ethanol - a keissue for iowa's farming economy: (donald trump (r) presididtial candidate) "my primary oppopont was totally opposed to ethanol and the ethanol industry, because he's with the oil industry. he's from texas. i guess that makes sense. then all of a sudden, he was getting clobbered and all of a sudden he said, 'oh, i'm for ethanol.' you can't do that." jessica rae: republican presidential candidates are ambitious about
caucuses. ben carson and carly fiorina say they believe iowa voters will pull through and support them in the next three weeks when iowa hosts its first caucus. carson says he won't haveveo change much to his campaigning methods, except to be more visible to the people. while fiorina believes her blue print plans for the oval office will win over the hawkeye state. "so i don't have to change any strategy, it's just a matter of getting in fornt of as many people as possible," said carson. " i'm trng to talk with as mnay iowans as i can about my plan to take our country back," said fiorina. jessica rae: according to a recent poll... donald trump and ted cruz lead the way and are currently the front runners... carson was ranked fourth in iowa with seven percent, while fiorina only has one percent. jessica rae: and on,the democratic side of the race the two lead candides made campaign stops in central iowa. party front runner hillary clinton spent part of her day in waterloo. where she picked up an endorsement from transportation secretary,
voters, clinton described her plan to help the middle class and how she wants to help climate change with more clean renewable jobs. "three weeks from tonight iowa's gonna caucus. and iowa will have the first chance in the nation to express its, your views about who we want to be president and what we expect of that president. jessica rae: but she's not the only democratic candidate in the hawkeye state. rival bernie sanders made a stop in pleasantville earlier in the day. sanders has recently enjoyed a bump in the polls,s, coming just three percent short of the lead netting 45 percent to clinton's 48 per- cent. caucuses in iowa are exactly three weeks out. jessica rae: and the question is being raised... could hillary clinton lose iowa hampshire to senator bernie sanders? show sanders new hampshire, ground on the former secretary of state in iowa. "("ellen" clip) hillary clinton,
seemingly without a care in the world. but there is some alarm inside her campaign, as bernie sanders gains on her in iowa. ( sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "clearly they began this race believing that their victory was virtually inevitable. i don't think they believe that today." a new n-b-c news wall street journal puts bernie sanders within striking distance, just three points shy of hillary clinton in iowa, within the margin of error. ( brianna keilar/reporting) "and you feel that is a real three points ... yoyore that close?" (sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "yeah, i do." sanders, meanwhile, is holding onto a narrow lead in new hampshire. clinton is hoping to persuade democratic voters that she's more electable than sanders ... even as a new fox news national poll shows her trailing donald trump, ted cruz, and marco rubio in hypothetical matchups. ( hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "think
peopop who are presenenng themselves to you, their exexrience, their qualifications, their positions. and particularly for those of us who are democrats, their elecbility," and sanders is trying to counter clinton's argument by pointing to polls in iowa and new hampshire, both battleground states in the general election, that show him outperforming his rival against trump and cruz. (sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "recent ones in new hampshire and iowa, face-to-face with donald trump and the other republican candidates, we're doing a lot better than hillary clinton does. so i think in terms of electability in the general election, i think democrats might want to look at bernie sanders as the candidate." but sanders' moderate stance on gun laws has left him vulnerable in these final weeks before the early contests. now clinton is hitting sanders' record, including a 2005 vote that gave gun manufacturers and gun store owners immunity from prosecution of guns they sold were used in a crime. (sen. hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "i think that the excuses and efforts by s sator sanders to avoid
most important in 20 years, points up a clear difference." facing pressure, sanders has since signaled he is open endorsing hillary clinton for president. sybrina fulton's teenage son was shot and killed in florida in 2012 by a member of the neighborhood watch. monday, fulton called clinton the best choice to promote gun control. in a c-n-n opinion piece... fulton wrote she believes cltinonon will quote "stand up to inaction fro republicans and indifference from the n-r-a." jessica rae: coming up in sports... we take a look at the abc9 top plays of the week. alex joins us next to break down the best of the best from the week that was. scott: stay tuned for
former nba star lamar odom... following his near fatal drug overdose in a nevada brothel. in october, the 36-year-old former n-b-a star was rushed to the hospital after he was found unconscious at "the love ranch" in nevada. authorities say a blood sample shows odom had cocaine in his system. but prosecutors say they couldn't prove possession or that odom took the drug while he was in their jurisdiction. jessica rae: members of the northern cheyenne nation are participating in the 20th annual 400-mile fort robinson breakout spiritual run. it commemorates the path their ancestors tookokn january of 18-79, when they broke out of the nebraska fort where they were being held by the u-s military and headed back to their traditional homeland in montana. during that 400- mile historic trek, the cheyenne were pursued by the u-s cavalry and dozens were killed. this year, 130
participating in the relay-run, " (micah highwalking/norther n cheyenne) "well, remember when they broke out, they didn't have shoes. they didn't have two pairs of gloves. they didn't haha anything to cocor their ears and that's what they think about and coming into their reality that i can do this if they did it." ( phillip whiteman, jr./co-coordinator of relay run) "we represent hope and we represent resilience. we represent past, present and future, and we're making a conscious shift in our children from being a victim to a victor." jessica rae: people are running in shifts because of the extremely cold weather. vans shuttle runners across the rest of the route. they plan to make montana by thursday jessica rae: time play-makers here in siouxland. alex walker showses some of the area's best athletes. good morning. its the 12th day of 2016 and we have already seen plenty of big- time highlights. this week is no exception....without further ado, let's take a look at the abc9 top plays of the week. as always, these
local viewers..... play numbe takes us to morningside for the battle for the saddle..... briar cliff's bryan forbes starts this play off with the poke check steal....shane graves...on the other end with the acrobatic finish......lets watch that again....... the junior guard from sioux city uses his body to create some space and executes with a little kiss of the gls chargers have won 13 straight games. play number four takes us to the tyson events center for the cnos classic......bishop heelan battling unity christian,,,, heelananoesn't have a lot of size,e,ut they make up for it with plays like this..... ryan moore to jack boever for the alley-oop! i give this effort a nine out of 10......the only thing missing? throw it down next time mr. beaver..... all things considered, it was a heck of a play to finish through contact...and kudos to coach foster for the great play call. to play number three we go.....staying on the hardwood.....the sb-l
dakota valley in a fun interstate matchup. at the end of the third quarter....abby nissen sets up behind the arc and buries the buzzer beater! ice water in her veins! look at h reaction....she knew at triple was pure! and how about the coaches....that fist pump desevres its own spot on the countdown.... the warriors went on to win this game to get back to .500. play number two takes us to the mats.......north facing off with east in a metro wrestling dual....... this highlight showcases the resilience of ethaha sorenson...... at 120.......he is geing manhandled, but he keeps his balance shifts his weight and completely reverses momentum in the match.... after all that, he gets the pin........worth another watch....... sorenson about to get thrown on his back......not in his house!... one of the best falls i have seen.....well done. for play number one....we head out to nebraska to highlight some high-fliers from walthill.........the bluejays are 8-2 this season.....
steal......coast to coast and he throws it down.....hoop and the hack and the crowd goes wild.... later in the game......smith puts on a highlight reel clinic! off the glass and a monster flush! this dude belongs in space jam... get up young man! forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. we had a cold front pass through last night following a brief period of warming. this resulted in some widely scattered light snow showers. we currently still have mostly cloudy skies. we'll have periods of sun and clouds today. temperatures are currently in the single digits. we have a somewhat breezy wind between 10 and 20 miles per
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lottery prizes go unclaimed. many of those tickets are worth between one dollar and 5 dollars. but some people never realize that they may have a life- changing prize in their pocket. roughly 114 prizes worth 1 million dollars or more went unclaimed in 2015 -- according to the developers of lotto lotto. it's an app that tells you if you have a winning ticket -- big or small. another app to download -- lottery hub. it's the official app for the mega millions and powerball games. are you in an office pool? there's an app for that too. lottery pool boss helps people keep track of who's in which pool and who's paid what. the free android app also displpls winning numbs. so the next time you get that quick pick -- remember to check your apps. for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. jessica rae: apple is adding a "night shift" mode, to change an iphone or ipad screen light at night the company says exposure to blue light from screens in the evening can make it harder for you to fall asleep. night shift mode
shifts the colors on your iphone or ipad display to warmer lors, making things easier on your eyes at night. in the morning it will return to its regular settings. jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about the night shift mode. jessica and scott are chatting about the night shift mode. jessica and scott are chatting about the night shift mode. jessica and scott are chatting about the night shift mode. scott:we had a fairly strong cold front move through late jessica and scott are chatting about the night shift mode. jessica and scott are chatting about the night shift mode. our temperatures sinking temperatures from the 30s to the single digits. today will be cold with highs only in the teens. temperatures will be
significantly for tomorrow and thursday as we see highs jump above freezing. another system will approach on friday. today's high is 15 with periods of sun and clouds. the overnight low is 12 and we may have a few flurries. tomorrow's high is 33 and it'll be mostly sunny and more seasonal. here's the 7 day forecast. our temperatures sinking temperatures from the 30s to the single digits. today will be cold with highs only in the teens. temperatures will be steady overnight and warm up
thursday as we see highs jump above freezing. another system will approach on friday. today's high is 15 with periods of sun and clouds. the overnight low is 12 and we may have a few flurries. tomorrow's high is 33 and it'll be mostly sunny and more seasonal. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: adlib jessica rae: " coming up in our six o'clock hour... i'll bring you the very latest on the capture of el chapo... including a look at the drug lord's escape tunnel.