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this resulted in some widely scattered light snow showers. we currently sti have mostly cloudy skies. we'll have periods of sun and clouds today. temperatures are currently in the single digits. we ve a somewhaha breezy wind between 10 and 20 miles pe hour. looking at the dayplanner, we'll reach an afternoon high of 15. jessica rae: the mother of texas 'affluenza teen' ethan couch period of warming.g. this resulted in some
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light snow showers. we currently still have mostly cloudy skies. we'll have periods of sun and clouds today. temperates are is out of jail. the bond for tonya couch was initially set at onmillion dollars. but the judge lowered that to 75-thousand dollars. she will be released later today after she is fitted with an electronic ankle monitor. couch is accused of helping her son flee the country in order to avoid a probation violation hearing that could have led to jail time. shwill have to undergo a mental exam. her lawyers say she is not competent to stand trial -- because of mental illness. jessica rae: we are seeing new and dramatic pictures of the takedown of el chapo. including the intense raid and the firefight that led to the& capture of the drug lord abc's matt gutman takes us inside
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el chapo crawled through as those special forces moved in. "it's almost 5am...mexican marines closing in on el chapo... the moment the safe house door busts open- that gun fire-- nats - gunshots inside the squad of bodyguards one marine hit in the arm.. nats anoher marine pulling the pin on a grenade.. tossing it inside.. nats - explosion the explosion shakes the house - the marines move in throgh the smoke.. climb the stairs..search the top floors.. the shootout killiing five of el chapo's men.. but no sign of the narco? it was a hollywood handshake that helped lead to the raid.. that image documenting oscar winner sean penn's clandestine interview with the drug lord for rolling stone magazine. mexican soap opera star kate del castillo making the introduction -- authorities reportedly tracking their every move as they arrived in mexico even taking these surveillance images obtained by a mexican paper.
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chapo's jungle hiout. the kingpin hoping she would del castillo make a biopic about his life... starting with this video? el chapo telling penn he's unrepentant about being a drug lord. he says there's no other way toto survive. penn telling reporters today he has "nothing to hide" that safe house this afternoon showing battle scars - the marines ranscaking it searching for the narco matt gutman stand- up and right through here is this trap door - this is the secret passageway doorway that leads to the tunnel down there, stand-up : they had to come through here down this step into this muck. now there are all sorts of snakes in here and they had to crawl under that to get over there? and just beyond there is that door it looks like a door on a submarine that leads right into the drainage system. gutman standup for hundreds of yards el chapo and his lieutenant crawled through here -- i can't even crouch its about three feet high. authorities finally
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proof - matt gutman tag el chapo is now in a supermax thats now been fortitied so he doesn't escape again as he awaits extradition to the u u but we're told that could take over a year. " " jessica rae: still to come... i'll bring you a recap from the first day of the 86th iowa legislative session. the details of what was discussed are up next. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... jessica rae... and scott larson.... this is abc9 news this morning. " ""
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stormcast hd where strong cold front last night. this has 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 andnd 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
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33 and it'll be mostly sunny and more seasonal. here's the 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 teens. temperatures will be steadyvernight and warm up significantly for tomorrow and thursday as we see highs jump above freezing. another approach on friday. with periods of sun 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.
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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 thursday as we see highs jump above freezing. another system will approach on friday. jessica rae: iowa lawmakers were back at the state capitol in des moines yesterday... and they wasted little time getting the 2016 session underway. reporter amanda krenz has more "amanda intro: 31:18 a very busy start to the session, i talked to many lawmakers today and i can tell you there's one huge topic on their minds this session, and that's education. the democrat and republican lawmakers who kicked off the session today already seem to be in agreement... on one
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of last year's legislative session when it comes to deciding on funding for iowa schools. koester - 14:36 i served as a school administrator for 33 years in iow aand loved the eduation process. i do believe we'll do better by it th year. and for lawmakers like representative kevin doester that means offering schools more than a 1.25 percenterer increase in funding. koester 14:30 i believe iowans were dipleased with the amound 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. governor branstad said it's not only about the legislature making a decision about how much fundingngbut doing it in a timely fashion. branstad 13:19 i hope
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make an early decision on state aid and not spend the whole session fighting over it. and lawmakers agree, schools districts want to know as soon as possible how much money they have to work with. kaufmann 18:56 i think getting education funding done earlyis the key to this session." 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 2016 session achieve as well as how he sees his legecy as the nations longest serving governor. again thats sunday morning at nine, here on abc9. jessica rae: an important vote regarding the proposed transgender policy for the state of nebraska will take place tomorrow. here's susan risinger with the details. "the nebraska school activities association district 3 will vote tomorrow on the proposed transgender policy for the state. the public meeting will begin at noon at the norfolk country club, and the
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first items on the agenda. the 29th annual northeast nebraska farm and equipment show opens tomorrow in the chuck pohlman ag complex. hours will be from 9 until 5 tomorrow and 9 to 4 thursday. programs wednesday will look at increasing soybean yielel and the 2016 weather outlook. at 2 p.m., chip flory wil broadcast market rally live from the farm show. and homeowners are urged to protect young trees from hungry rabbits. nebraska extension educator wayne ohnesorg says, with snow covering their usual food sources, rabbits will gnaw on the bark of small trees and shrubs. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix . " jessica rae: " coming up.... we'll take a look back at the amazing life and career of the iconic entertainer david bowie. stay with us.
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are just some of the ways to describe singer david bowie. bowie passed away sunday night after a battle of cancer. bowie kept his fans and the whole world entertained for decades... including his final album...
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shows us the life and career of the legend. "having styled himself like a pop star from another planet, today david bowie went back to the mother ship. diagnosed with cancer 18 months o he'd kept it private. today in la, new york, and london, fans are in shock. paying tribute. and grieving. i just loved his music i loved him. he was born davie jones. and took the stage name bowie - because the davey jones of the monkees got t ere first. his first big hit.space oddity? inspired by the apollo space program. influenced by andy warhol, bowie came up with the concept for ziggy stardust, a rock band from outer space. that other-wordly, androgynous look?positioning him as the outsider. i felt really comfortable going onstage as somebody else and it seemed a rational decision to keep on doing that ch-ch-ch changes?. like his anthem "changes," bowie was famomoly hard to pin down - his image and his musisiconstantly changing. that
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generations of performers. from kiss? to kanye? to lady gaga. today madonna posted: "david bowie changed the course of my life forever." bowie co-wrote "fame" with john lennon. and "under pressure with freddie mercury of queen" today mick jagger tweeted this picture calling bowie an inspiration and a true original. his final album - number 26- released just last week the songs and videos recorded while bowie was fighting his mysterious illness. the song: "lazarus," in retrospect sounds like goodbye. the song now rising up the charts, after bowie is gone. dw, abc, ny jessica rae: and the late singer now has an
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legacy. the cincinnati zoo named this baby penguin "bowie" days before the singer's death. the fairy penguin was born on david bowie's birthday, january eighth, weighing less than two ounces. "(cody sowers cincinnati zoo) "really cool to actually honor david bowie's legacy and his musical influence by naming the little penguin after him." jessica rae: the penguin will make its public debut at a zoo exhibit this spring. jessica rae: and if you thought david bowie was out of this worldld. well his music was... literally, sung in space. reporter jeanne moos has the story of one astronaut's unique tribute to the icon. "the illustrator who created this calls it 29 "career-spanning" faces of david bowie. his most recent face, from his new song lazarus, is
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(bowie song) "look up here i'm in heaven." with bowie in a hospital bed, buttons on bandaged eyes... released mere days before his death. (jeanne moos/cnn correspondent) "do you have a favorite david bowie song?" (woman) "let's dance. let's dance." (two women) "ch-ch- ch-changes." (woman) "the astronaut." (nats david bowie) $this is ground control to major tom." space oddity was bowie's first big hit. and then it hit again more than 40 years later... (chris hadfield video) "this is ground control to major tom." when a real astronaut sang it in space. upon hearing of bowie's death, commander chris hadfield tweeted "ashes to ashes, dust to stardust." (voice of cmdr. chris hadfield/astronaut) "it was like a slap in the face to wake up and realize that he is no more." ( chris hadfield video) "though i've flown 100-thousand miles." ( jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)
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change the lyrics a little to give the song a happier ending." (voice of cmcm. chris hadfieie/astronaut) "the astronaut dies at the end, which of course i didn't want to be singing that living onboard a spaceship." so commander hadfield left out these words... (nats david bowie) "your circuit's dead, there's something wrong." people seem to connect with bowie's connection to space. lyrics from the song ended up on tributut... (nats david bowie) "and the stars look very different." even a vatican cardinal quoted the song. as for bowie, he called the astronaut's rendition... (voice of cmdr. chris hadfield/astronaut) "the most poignant version of the song ever done." (chris hadfield video) "here i am floating in my tin can." and in at least one cartoonist's imagination, bowie is floating in his high heeled platform shoes eternally in space. (nats david bowie) "and i'm floating in the most peculiar floating in his high
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david bowie. jessica and scott are chatting about david bowie. jessica and scott are chatting about david bowie. scott:good morning siouxland. we had a jessica and scott are chatting about david bowie. period of warming. this resulted in some widely scattered light snow showers. have mostly cloudy pkies. 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
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reach an afternoon high of 15. 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 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 so again... mind that speed. jessica rae: thanks scott... company is bringing back unlimited data... catch. reena ninan and kendis gibson
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pretty penny to make nickels and pennies. the e vernment accountability office says it costs about one- point-seven cents to make the one- cent penny. and the cost to make the five-cent nickel? about eight cents. the government blames rising metal prices for the costs to mint the chump change. it will be up to lawmakers to decide if any changes should be made to u-s coins, including finding cheaper metals to make them. but there's no timeline for a decision ... and the u-s mint has yet to make any recommendations totoongress. jessica rae: do you have a bear-sized sweet tooth... but want to expand your horizons beyond the usual cookies and cakes? well howard has a recipe that will put you in hibernation. "after all the running around we did during the holidays, many of us like to coming home and hibernating after a long day. now i'm not talking about hibernating like a bear and sleeping for months without eating. i'm talking about laying low for a bit. so for
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came up with a recipe for a dessert called bear claws that you can easily make at home while hibernating. we begin by cutting a sheet of frozen puff pastry (that we've thawed) into squares. now we top half of each square with some canned almond filling. once they're all topped, we fold the dough over the filling and seal the edges. now we cut 4 slits along the edge of each square and curve each one back a bit so they resemble the claw of a bear. then we brush each one with an egg wash, sprinkle them with some sliced almonds before popping them in the oven. when they come out, we let them cool for a bit before drizzling them with a two- ingredient homemade glaze. as for the taste, between the riri almond filling, the flakey crust, and the sweetness of the glaze you
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go in hibernation. i do hope you'll go online and get the recipe for our, "almond bear claws," so you can make an un-bear-ably good dessert without leaving your "den." i'm howard, with kelly in the mr. food recipe you can send us a self addressed stamped envelope here to a-b-c 9 news. our address is 625 douglas street. . the zip...51101. be sure to write "almond bear claws" on your request. or you can visit our website...siouxlan d matteru dot com. and click on the mr. food logo.... jessica rae: " i'll bring you the explosion in weekend... ashes. details are up ahead. scott:
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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 currentlin the single digits. we have a somewhat breezy wind between 10 and 20 miles per stormcast hd where strong cold front move through late last night. thth has worked quickly on
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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 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.
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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. here's the stormcast hd where we had a fairly strong cold front move through late last night. this has worked quickly on our temperatures sinking
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digits. today will be cold with highs only in the teens. temperatures will be steady overnight and warm up significantly for tomorrow and thursday as we see freezing. another system will we do have breaking news to share with you this morning... reports say there has been an explosion in istanbul has killed at least ten people. it happened at the sultan-ahmet square... which is a major
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and a part of the city that is heavily guarded. casualties are reported... and ambulances are on the scene. at the moment, there are no further details on the number or the people hind the attack. showed turkish security forces immediately clear the area. stay tuned to abc9 information as it becomes available. jessica rae: omaha fire officials are sifting through four floors of for the cause of a weekend explosion and fire 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. for the latest... here's dave roberts. " high, there is a fire on 11th street in the old market. >> what is on fire? >> a restaurant. dave: that's the first time anyone with an ability to do anything new that people needed help in the old market. there were no reports of natural gas leaks or odors in that area prior to this alarm. before
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utilities district turned off the gas, a longer than typical weight, according to the fire department. in an area such as the old more of a challenge for the utility company to find the gas valves and turn the gas off. incident like this with this contractor? no, we never have. incidents like this are unusual. dave: jason at king says his fiber optics company hired a subcontractor out of the midget, cables. he says ncs crews were operating this board to drill under the sidewalk in front of the pub at the time of the explosion. >> a walkout was ne ahead of to avoid anything like this. dave: atkins showed us the markings painted along sidewalks the depth of the gas lines. down there, it was done. dave: these are holes that your subcontractor hand-dug after you
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was cutting corners? >> no evidence at all. we don't have any evidence of that. dave: besides the investigation, the stability of the building is can see, it is coated in ice . all the wood supports that have held up the brick walls, those are burned away, and the water that is on this building and the could be doing more damage, expanding and contracting as the days get warm and the nights get cold. jessica rae: a well-known sioux city restaurant was hit by fe yesterday.... but the owner of sneaky's chicken says, 'don't count them out..' there was heavy smoke coming from the storage attachment behind the resturant but the fire never entered the building. there was heavy smoke inside however. three employees inside at the time were able to get out safely. "the actual structure on the inside of the restaurant is in good shape. we have a lot of smoke damage, a lot of soot. so, we'll be doing some serious clean up and rebuilding" says dave ferris, owner, sneaky's restaurant and catering. jessica rae: ferris says the community
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support he's already experienced has been incredible. "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. jessica rae: 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. jessica rae: a potentially scary scene at north middle school yesterday. a student brought a gun to school forcing school authorities to notify parents. the incident happened before school started. the school received information a student could potentially bring a weapon to the school. acacrding to district director of communications alison benson... the weapon was not loaded... the district believes thestudent did not intend to harm anyone benson says when that student arrived on campus... school staff members immediately detained and searched the
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located the weapon. jessica rae: a 41-year-old sioux city man is facing firearms charges after authorities say he fired a gun off in the air while intoxicated early sunday morning. according sioux city police marcario gonzalez was drinking at a friend's house in the 13-hundered block of west 4th street when he staring shooting the gun in the air. police responded and arrested gonzalez with a blood alchohol content of point 3-7 he's charged with firearm and failure to obey a peace officer. " 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:
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good morning sioux city jessica rae: the sioux city growth organization has officially kicked off their sixth market. local entrepreneurs from around siouxland come together to pitch their ideas to local businessmen... all competetg for the top prize of five thousand dollars. the event features speeches from entrepreneurs and co-founder lemonly, john meyer. for one board member this contest helps
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ideas up and running. ("what is does is it brings people who have an idea that they cant necessarily get off the ground so our big slogan for this year is kickstart your ideas. its for us to help you find a way to bring your business idea, your entrepreneneial spirit oututnd help you get your does is it brings idea that they cant contest northwest iowa development has contest entrepreneurs can enter. northwest iowa development has launched their dream big grow here regional grant contest in sioux city. from now until january 21st, entrepreneurs in woodbury, sioux and neighboring iowa counties can submit their business ideas to dream big grow here dot com for a chance to bring their ideas to the state wide contest at the university of northern iowa. renae billings says making it to
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competition opens up a lot of doors for these local businesses. ("they actually get coaching from a statewide organization called venturenet iowa so they will receive coaching, help with their business plan, help with their actual pitch, so they'll get a lot of additional resources to refine their pitch and have a better solution int he statewide competition." entrepreneurs can enter their ideas into one of six industry categories such as ag innovation and professional services. for a complete list of industry categories and for more information on how you can apply visit this story on our website siouxland matters dot com+ jessica rae: we have some big- time playmakers here in siouxland. alex walker showcases some of our 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
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local athletes for local viewers..... play number five 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 a little kiss of the glass.....his 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,,,, heelan doesn't have a lot of size, but they make up for it with plays like this..... ryan moore to jack boever for the alley-oop! i give this s fort a
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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 toter for the great play call. to play nu three we go.....staying on the hardwood.....the sb-l ladies hosting 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 her reaction....she knew that 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 ethan sorenson...... at 120.......he is getting 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
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for play number one....we head out to nebraska to highlight some high-fliers from walthill.........the bluejays are 8-2 this season..... forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. we had a cold front pass through last night following a brief period of warming. this resulted ininome 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 and 20 miles per hour. looking at the
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high of 15. still ahead in our period of warming. this resulted in some widely scattered lighghsnow showers. we currently still have mostly cloudyskies. we'll have periods of sun and candidates brought their struggling campaigns to siouxland... hoping to get a spark before the caucuses. plus here's what you can expect coming up on gma " " good morning, coming up on gma - dramatic new video of the raid that helped capture el chapo -- the notorious drug lord back behind bars this morning - we are at the scene of the showdown, with exclusive access inside el chapo's underground
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ama will deliver his final state of the union tonight... the president is
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deliver a speech... with a slightly different tone compared to years past. his 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 the affordable care act... and foreign policy. jessica rae: ben carson and carly fiorina say they still have high hopes for their presidential campaigns. spite lagging poll numbers. the g-o-p candidates were in town last night... and our bria bell talked with both of them. "well i've been coming to iowa for a ling time and voters win elections, not polls," said fiorina. a recent poll released by quin-e- pee-ac university today shows donald trump and ted cruz as the two top candidates for the state of iowa. ben carson is currently ranked fourth with 7 percent of voters, while carly fiorina has only one percent. today, both carson and fiorina visited northwest iowa today to try to gain more support as the fifit caucus is just 3 weeks away. carson says he's had to make adjustments to his campaign in order to gather more people with hands on experience. "we've made some organiztional improvements that were necessary as i had an opportunity to really take a deep
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that we needed some operational experience, people who know how to execute and get things done," said carson. he also says, he believes he has a connection with iowans and during these next couple of weeks, he'll use his exposure to his advantagag "so i don't have to change any strategies, i just have to get in front of many people as possible," said carson. carly fiorina has a similar idea when it comes to the public eye here in the haweye state... "i'm trying to talk with as many iowans as i can about my plan to take our country back. we have to take our country back and that means we have to elect someone with different experience and not the same ol' same o'l politician who says whatever they need to say and then does they they please," said fiorina. fiorina says she has gain iowa's support because she knows about. about the fact that a far as it used to, they care out the fact that government doesn't respond...iowans country is on the wrong track," said fiorina. worry that our
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wrong track," said fiorina. jessica rae: ben carson says the problems americana face can be only be handled by someone who has common sense, while carly fiorina beleives iowans have always treated her well and a candidate does not have to yell the loudest to win over voters. jessica rae: the democratic race for president in iowa is narrowing. a new poll shows bernie sanders nearly even with hillary clinton in iowa and ahead of her in new hampshire. the n-b-c news/wall street journal poll shows clinton holding a 48-45 lead over sanders among likely iowa caucus-goers. it's a much smaller margin than other polls taken in iowa. sanders leads clinton 50 to 46 percent among likely new
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voters. the numbers raise the possibility clinton, despite her national front-runner status, could lose one or both of the first two states to vote in the nominating process. jessica rae: imagine being asked to@end life support for a loved one.... that's the difficult decision a dakota dunes couple had to face ... michael bacon was on life support for nearly a month.... after suffering from a bacterial infection in his heart that spread to his brain. his wife bonnie, was given the pull him off of life support but everyone thohoht it was the end of the line for him... a cardiac surgeon at mercy medical center refused to give-up... and performed op heart surgery on him. now michael is hoping to return to where he left off. get back to farming like i know, and i'm getting there you know. from wehre we started to where e now it's really a a
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think about t ," said drdr jessica rae: mike is still under going rehab and is currently on dialysis. he 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: there were plenty of broken hearts over the weekend, home the jackpot but there was a lucky winner here he took home one million dollars. joel dominguez of sioux city pickeke up his lucky ticket local hyvee grocery store. he said he's planning to pay off student loans, help his family and invest the money. and he's still having a hard time believing it's all real " read me the numbers, she did and they were it. i jumepd around and screaming, i called over my family screaming and said we won! we won one million dollars!" with the recent drawing not bringing in a jackpot winner... there will be plenty of iowans looking to cash in tommorw night
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creek general store are seeing an increase in customer numbers with folks coming in to purchase what would hopefully be the winning ticket. we spoke to one staff member at the store and they're surprised at the jackpot amount and hopes for another big sioux city winner. "yes, very.... i was shocked. it would be exciting for everybody , we have alot of regular customers and it'd be real exciting." says cashier lolita scism. the stste will be doubling up on staff during the next few days to accommodate the influx of customers. jessica rae: and if you win the lottery... the iconic playboy mansion can be yours! the property and home to hugh hefner is listed for 2-hundred million dollars. the property was built in 19-27 and purchased by playboy in 19-71 for a reported 1- point-1 million. the 5-acre property features 29 rooms, a game house, home theater and the famous swimmmmg pool. jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about buying the playboy
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are chatting about buying the playboy mansion. jessica and scott are chatting about buying the playboy mansion. jessica and scott are chatting about buying the playboy mansion. scott:. today will be cold with highs only mansion. jessica and scott are chatting about buying the playboy mansion. jessica and scott are chatting about buying the playboy 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 flurriri. tomorrow's high is 33 and it'll be mostly sunny and more seasonal. here's the 7 day forecast. and warm up significantly for
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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 flurures. tomorrow's high is 33 and it'll be mostly sunny and more seasonal. here's the 7 day forecast. and warm up significantly for tomorrow and thursday as we see highs jump above freezing. another system will apprprch 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
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