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have a great thursday.currently sitting in the 20s and 30s across a majority of the region. the wind is pretty calm between 5 and 10 miles per hour from the south. the satellite and radar imery shows some clouds pushing through the map. here's the dayplanner where we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. your complete forecast " " coming up this morning on abc9 news reaching an estimated 1 point 6 billion dollars, officials say that the highest powerball ckpot in u.s. history has been won. we will tell you where the winning tickets were
" " plus, after spending more than a day in the freezing cold, a missing sioux city woman has been found alive. we bring you the latest on her conditon. " " and... a pennsylvania man has made his dream come true...accomplishi ng something that only 28 others have ever done before. all these stories and more coming up on abc-9 news this morning. "" deborah: good morning and thanks for joining us... i'm deborah souverain. well the wait is over for that record powerball jackpot. three winning tickets..will split the estimated 1.6 billion dollar prize. the tickets were sold in california, florida and tennesee... abc's lauren lis- ter has the latest. "nats 'can you believe it america, a world record jackpot coming to
'tonight's jackpot is approaching $1.6 billion dollars' [powerball drawing] it was the more than billion dollar moment people across the u-s were waiting for? [quick nat pop from drawing - like the powerball number 10 at around :39 seconds in] and that moment undoubtedly changing the life of the lucky powerball players who bought one of the winning tickets here - at this chino hills, california 7- eleven...crowds of people showing up last night after it was revealed [any nat? --chanting, etc -or a transition??] "it's almost like we won, even though we didn't cause our community won" [wnt lindsey davis] call it a sign of powerball fever sweeping the nation -- tickets ahead of the drawing selling at a frenetic pace of 1.3 million dollars a minute during rush hour mos: the winner, the winner. this is the winner. drawing long lines?[kayna piece] inspiring people to cross state borders - from powerball- free nevada into california we're all going to buy round trip tickets to the moon.
borders in the case of canadians like this... [nightline] more than 300 million tickets sold wednesday-- that's almost one for every person in this country nat -lottery ticket printing/etc [wnt or other billboards w/the 999] for a prize, that got too big to even fit on billboards. but the cash value does come close -- lottery officials reporting it comes out to $983.5 million. the california winner who bought his or her ticket herereill split the jackpot with a a winners in other states ... a california lottery spokesperson saying there are two others that we know of... florida and tennessee. lauren lyster, abc news, chino hills. and the powerball numbers were... 8, 27, 34, 4, 19, and the powerball is 10. here in iowa... nearly two- hundred 25- thousand tickets won prizes... including one 2- million dodoar winner. sesen tickets purchased in iowa came within one number of having a share of the jackpot. six other iowa tickets...also
jackpot... matching four of the first five numbers and the powerball. three of those tickets each won a 50-thousand dollar prize... while three others....each won a prize of 100-thousand dollars. deborah: the drawing for this jackpot created a mad frenzy across the nation.... but not every one had lotto fever. for some, the lottery is a reminder of a gambling addiction.. something that can be difficult to overcome... especially when betting,@or buying a lottery ticket is all everyone around them is talking about. "if you want to go out and spend 2 dollars on a powerball ticket great it's fun you know why wouldn't you do it the big part is knowing it is just a chance it's a very slim chance but you do it for fun ans you always have that big dream of what you would potentially do with that monon if you have a gambling problem or know someone who does, we want to pass along this number 1-800-bets off. deborah: a billion dollar merger could mean big business here in iowa.
chemical company and dupont announced they would be merging. the ag giant will finalize the merger by late this year. after, they plan to separate into three companies focusing on ecific agricultural needs. however, they haven't decided where those companies will be. the city of johnst is hoping dupont pioneer's headquarters will be considered. the city is working with state officials in hopes toe a top choice. "we hope their decison is this is where they want their headquarters to be. we're ready to show them why that should be their decision." deborah dow-dupont said they are not releasing which cities are in mind for the company headquarters. those decisions will come within the next 18-24 months. deborah: the government oversight committee is watching the developments of two proposed energy lines. the committee is overseeing the rock island clean line...which consists of the bakken oil pipeline and overhead transmition line. it would take energy from iowa
illinois and farther east the top concern of many legislators is property rights of iowa land- owners. 212 it affects 1500 farmers in iowa and it's a decision thataffets 10,000 acres of iowa farmland. it's a huge decision that has bipartisan interest." deborah: it's up to the iowa utilities board to make a decision on both projects. they are reviewing evidence and public input, but have not given a timeline for when they will approve...or disapprove of the projects. deborah: a senior at morningside college is aing for a special gift for graduation.... a gift, many might take for granted... paul johnson is an international student from nigeria who has only been home once during s time in college.... due to costly airline tickets. he says he wants his parents to fly to iowa to see him walk the stage in may.... so that they know their sacrifices paid off. "i think what makes it
goes all the way back to the beginning, like seeing the sacrifices my parents have made and i just feel like they deserve to see it getting paid off. it's not for me, it's mostly for them. i feel like they deserve to see the fruits of their labor," said johnson. deborah: so far a fundraising papa has s ached half of its intended goal. we will have more on paul's wish... coming up later on in the show " " deborah: coming up... a missing sioux city woman has been found alive after spending more than a day in the freezing cold, . we have the latest on her conditon up next. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. "
where we'll be enjoying some warmer temperatures again today. this afternoon, we'll have temperatures rise into the upper 30s and we'll even get into the 40s in northeast nebraska. moving throuou the overnight t urs, a cold front will approach. this looks to quickly snap back in some arctic air for the weekend with highs in the single digits and teens. today your high is 39 in sioux city under mostly sunny skies. the overnight low is 17
reach a high of 19 with cloud cover early followed by here's your 7 day forecast. temperatures again today. this afternoon, we'll have temperatures rise into the upper 30s and we'll even get into the 40s in northeast nebraska. moving through the overnight hours, a cold front will approach. this looks to quickly snap back in some arctic air for the weekend with highs in the single digits and tetes. today your high is 39 in sioux
overnight low is 17 with flurries and breezy conditions. tomorrow we'll we are learning more about sioux city woman who disappeared on sunday and was found alive in rural moville on tuesday. with freezing temperatures..... . police and familyare calling it a miracle that shaniqwa hayes is still alive ... abc9's lukas voss has the latest thanks tim and jenna ... what we know so far is not much. hayes had left work on sunday feeling dizzy with flu like syptoms according to a co worker ... that's when we are losing her track. the next thing we know is officials finding her unconsiouss on a moville property ... why she drove there ... or what made her leave the car in the freezing cold ... we don't know. here is ... what we do nats: walking in snow ... shaniqwa hayes had left her car running ... stuck in the snow on a moville property she got out of it and walked east ...
however ... back west ... walked around a grain bin where she eventually llapsed and was found tuesday. all of this just about 50 yards from where her running car ... including a winter emergency kit stood. temparatures were brutal from when she disappeared on sunday to police finding her on esday hovering just at one degree and with windchilles of -13 sunday night a -17 on tuesday morning. why she went that way is still not known ... her family however worried from the minute they lost contact. sot: "if you are not on social media you can't get through with a text message your phone is not turned on ... is not like her character just not to tell herfamily," according to family she e d two phones on her ... only one however was had found her. the nearest cell tower and looking in driving was found in snow driving off the with clear marks trying to move it. she had texted friends for help sunday ... but when they replied ... she
returning to southern california. the rams are coming back to the area... but a lot has changed since their last time in souther cali. news reporter sisi garcia has moror on the historic venue that the team will call home. "the rams called the coliseum home for 33 years,, from 1946 to 1979, now they're coming back? for life long rams fans like raymond trujillo of east los angeles - the rams playing in the coliseum again is a dream come true?. raymond trujillo/rams fan in:i got up early this morning just to see this beautiful stadium here. and i'm
been a long time . i'm trying to see where i'm going to be sitting here now... the e am managing the coliseum has been getting ready have this historic for pro football again, but remember this is a temporary home, you won't see any major changes to the coliseum. coliseum general manager joe furin says they will alter a few things to accommodate the n- f-l and fans at this 93 year old facility. joe furin/gm coliseum in: if we can reduce wait time, line time, getting in the gates , buying a hot and get they can enjoyhe action than that's what we're going to of course, for a few years, two teams field. to u-s-c. director pat haden, quarterback for the angeles rams when the coliseum decades ago, says the rams will pay for upgrading the lights to nfl standards? but there is another issue to tackle, the pat haden/usc
the turf , it's really grgrt with one team==with two it's something we'll be talking ababt what we want t do in that case...how to care for the field is still being worked out, but no matter the coition, fans we spoke with say the coliseum is the perfect place for the rams to play as the
team resettles in southern california. fan in: well it's kind of a spiritual return . i understand saint disappointed that they're losing the team that's been there for nearly 20 years but it's good return and maybe it's a great thing for the area? deborah what do you suppose the odds throwing three perfect games in a row? well a pennsylvania man..did just that... scoring an credible 900 series...during a league match! reporter peggy lee has more on this top notch bowler! " on a night where the talk is all about the odds, what do you suppose are the odds of a bowler throwing three perfect games in a row? it happened in lycoming county tuesday night. a man scored a 900 series during a league match. "
have luck in there too. and i think that was my lucky frame." luck aside, the man's got talent, managing to score a strike with ease. but if dale gerhard wants toreak his record from tuesday night, he's got to throw a lot more. youtube video shows gerhard at the harvest moon lounge and lanes near williamsport where he scored a 900 after throwing l strikes in three back to back league games. at first, gerhard didn't even realize what was happening. "i never really concentrated on the score," said gerhard. "i was actually talking to my teammates, every single time, and when i was my time to get up, i went througmy normal routine." but as the games went on what could be happening became apparent to
the co-owner of harvest moon, david miller, could not believe what he was seeing his longtime friend do. " everybody just kept watching and watching, and when we got to the 10th frame, everybody quit. it was like 20 cell phones, taking video of him, the whole time as he was bowling," said miller. "the whole bowling alley went quiet. you could hear a pin drop literally," said bowler kevan lovell from jersey shore. the 10th pin was the deborah and scott are chatting about bowling. deborah and scott are chatting about bowling. deborah and scott are chatting about bowling. siouxland. it's a bowling.g. bowling. deborah and scott
bowling. scott:good morning siouxland. it's a decent start to our thursday as currently sitting in across a majority of the region. the nd is pretty calm between 5 and 10 miles per hour from the e uth. the satellite and radar imagery shows some clouds pushing through the map. here's the dayplanner where we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. scott: currently sitting in the 20s and 30s across a majority of the region. the wind is pretty calm between 5 and 10 miles per hour from the south. the satellite and radar imagery shows some clouds pushing through the map. here's the dayplanner where
d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... " " deborah: coming up... an ankeney man is hoping to have a ry special item returned...after his home was burglarized, we will bring you more on this story and why the item is so special to him...that's in
court. des moines water works filed the suit last march against officials in sac, calhoun, and buena vista counties... claiming they failed to manage nitrate levels from farm runoff, causing nitrate levels in the raccoon and des moines rivers to skyrocket. district court judge mark bennett said.... " i believe that the interests of the parties and the public are best served by a definitive adjudication of these state law issues by the ultimate authority on them.... the iowa supreme court." deborah: a home in ankeny was broken into and bubularized, t what's missing doesn't make a lot of sense. and now, one man is hoping to get it back.. reporter nikki davidson has more. (nat) ask anybody... moving out of a townhouse to an entirely different state can be a headache... 20:42:04 we knew i'd have to commute for a while for work so we left a couple things, i was gonna pick up and bring back. but for army veteran matt stolze... (nat) what happened this weekend just adds
home i found the door open from the garage into thth kikihen and i started noticing some things were missing. whoever broke in left a big mess.. but it's what's not in any of these piles that's left him in shock (shoving into bag) 20:44:16 it didn't make much sense... why someone would have taken those things. the stolen propertys value ... not much on the street -- but priceless to this man. stolze was in the army for four years... and served a tour in iraq... when he got back he joined the polk city american legion 20:41:30 i'm part of the american legion riders, we give charity rides for veterans and the community to raise money and for every single one of those rides... he was wearing this vest. 20:44:57 it's important to me personally, the patches on the vest are from my uniform when i served. ... its just the american legion the brotherhood... what it stands for. but it was taken in the break in, along with a few other things ... like a few
christmas presents... stolze can't get his mind around why someone would purposely take something so personal... he's not interested in filing charges... he just wants it back. 20:47:15 the vest could be put together again, its just this vest meant a lot to me personally. deborah: the family is simply asking for the vest to be returned...with no questions asked. the break in is suspected to have happened sometime last ekend. " " deborah: coming up....the latest on the republican race to the white house. can senator ted cruz take the lead from long-time frontrunner donald trump? stay tuned to find out scott: " "
temperatures are currently sitting in the 20s and 30s across a majority of the region. the wind is prey calm between 5 and 10 miles per hour from the south. the satellite and radar imagery shows some clouds phing through the map. here's the dayplanner where we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. here's a check of our stormcast hd where we'll be enjoying some warmer temperatures again today. this afternoon, we'll have temperatures rise into the upper 30s and we'll even get into thehe0s in northeast nebraska. movi through the overnight hours, a cold front will approach. this looks to quickly snap back in some arctic air for the weekend with highs in the single digits and teens. today your high is 39 in sioux
overnight low is 17 with flurries and breezy conditions. tomorrow we'll reach a high of 19 with cloud cover early followed by afternoon sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast. currently sitting in the 20s and 30s across a majority of the region. the wind is pretty calm between 5 and 10 miles per hour from the south. the satellite and radar imagery shows some clouds pushing through the map. here's thedayplanner where we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. here's a check of our stormcast hd where we'll be enjoying some warmer temperatures ain today. this afternoon, we'll have temperatures rise into the upper 30s and we'll even get into the 40s in
overnight hours, a cold front will approach. this looks quickly snap backin some arctic air for the weekend with highs in the single digits and teens. today your high is 39 in sioux city under mostly sunny skies. the overnight low is 17 with flurries and breezy conditions. tomorrow we'll reach a high of 19 with cloud cover early followed by afternoon sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: deborah: currently sitting in across a majority of is pretty calm between 5 and 10 the south. the imagery shows some through the map. here's the dayplanner where we expect to hit a
degrees. here's a check of our stormcast hd where we'll be enjoying some warmer temperatures again today. this afternoon, we'll have temperatures rise into the upper to go before the iowa caucuses, it's shaping to be a two-man race between ted cruz and donald trump. according to a new bloomberg/des moines register wednesday. senator cruz is at poll with 25- trump now has support... though that's within the poll's 4-point-4 percent margin of error. the poll was conducted among 500 likely republican during the second week of january. "never mind their obama, hillary clinton and other democrats-- republicans have a brawl of their own that's brewing
donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "ted cruz is a problem. he's got a real problem." donald trump tore into ted cruz again today raising more doubts over his citizenship. on twitter, trump wrote: sadly, there is no way that ted cruz can continue running in the republican primary unless he can erase doubt on eligibility. dems will sue! cruz struck back - going beyond defending his u-s citizenship, to questioning trump's character. in a radio interview, cruz said it's clear his campaign's surge has rattled trump. he tololvoters to consider the billionaire businessman's values suggesting trump has little in common with voters in iowa and new hampshire. ( voice of ted cruz, (r) presidential candidate) "well, look, i think he may shift in his new rallies to play 'new york, new york' because donald comes from new york and he embodies new york values." (nats "born in the usa") for his part, trump blasts born in the usa at his rallies. a not-so-subtle reminder cruz was born in canada. his mother was a u-s citizen. a strategy that could explain how trump has narrowed
the latest iowa poll from the des moines register and bloomberg from 10 points a month ago to 3 points now. with trump on top of the republican field in all national polls, the gop establishment grows more concerned. in the party's response to president obama's state of the union address, south carolina governor nikki ley challenged the rhetoric of her own party's frontrunner. ( gov. nikki haley, (r) south carolina) "during anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. we must resist that temptation." haley told reporters today it was trump and others she was calling out. (gov. nikki haley, (r) south carolina) "donald trump was not the only person i talked about. i know people want to say that's what it was. so, what i would say to mr. trump is don't take it personally." the governor's comments touched off a firestorm from some conservatives. ann coulter assailed her indian-american heritage, tweeting: trump should deport nikki haley trp said haley - a rising republican star - was off his short-t-st for vice president. (voice of donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) fox/ fox
fonted on graphic) "i wouldn't say she's off to a good start deborah: the texas senator is also facing another problem in his campaign.... he did not disclose major bank loans he took out when he ran for senate in 20-12... the move is a potential violation of federal election rules. after the new york times report the error wednday, the cruz campaign acknowledged the mistake. the senator explained to reporters what happened. "(sen. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate) "and so those loans have been disclosed over and over again on multiple filings. if it was the case that they were not filed exactly as the f requires then we'll amend the filings but all the information has been public and transparent for many years and that's the end of that. deborah the cruz campaign is calling the issue, a matter of semantics. but the news... coming right before the next republican debate in south carolina....could pose a political
deborah ted cruz has picked up an endorsement from a-and-e's duck dynasty reality show personality...phil robertson. the two are seen together in a cruz campaign video... in which robertson's explains his endorsement for the republican presidential candidate. cruz issued a statement saying he is thrilled to have robertson's support... and touting the robertsons as a strong family with great christian faith and conservative values. political insiders say robertn's endorsement could give the cruz campaign an even bigger boost with evangelical voters. and donald trump spent his day stumping in pensacola florida... but rival ted cruz wasn't the only target the billionaire was firing shots at... surging democrat bernie sanders was also in the line of fire... over black lives matterprotestors high jacking one of sanders rally's earlier in the campaign. "
candidate) he went back and they came on stage, young women, they came on stage, screaming. took over his mics, oh! they talked. right? they started talking, we wanna hear him? i never saw anything like that. one ing, i don't care how many people come up here but nobody is taking over my mic. nobody. deborah trump has said that he is dreaming of a match-up between himself and sanders. deborah: as of this week, hillary clinton's frontrunner status for the democratic presidential nomination is questionable - at best. she trails bernie sanders in iowa and new hampshire... and her national lead is just outside the margin of error.clinton and her team are now on the attack, going after sanders on a number of issues. here is the latest on the top democrats "(nats)
blitz on bernie sanders. ( hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) "senator sanders has some very big ideas, but hasn't told anybody how he would pay for them." challenging her rival to get specific. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) i've been laying out, you know, very specific policies for m mths now and teteing people how i would pay for them. i'm asking that senator sanders does the same thing. we need to move now from generalization to specifics so people can see what the differences are. the clinton campaign ratcheting up the pressure, calling it "alarming" - alleging sanders is strategically withholding information from voters on issue after issue to make it through the early state contests. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) we have differences on guns, on taxes, on health care and i think people should havethat information before they go to the caucasus or the primary. clinton also pressing sanders in a new t-v ad to clarify his position on gun control. (nats) it's time to pick a side. either we stand with the gun lobby or we join the president and stand up to them. i'm with him. sanders telling cnn's dana bash his stance is clear. ( bernie sanders/ (d) presidential
with the president on gun issues. the idea of expanding instant background checks, the idea of making sure that people who have criminal backgrounds or arere mentally unstable ould not have ns -- something i whole life. prompting the sanders campaign to divulge new details today on how he of his proposals. (nats) the escalation of their combat comes as a new poll shows sanders is closing the gap nationally, on the heels of sanders taking the lead in recent iowa and new hampshire polls. a possible reason why the clinton full court press against sanders is becoming a family affair. ( chelsea clinton/ daughter of hillary clinton) i don't want to empower republican governors to take away medicaid, to take away health insurance for low income and middle income working americans, and i think very much that is what senator sanders' plan would do.
sanders is brushing aside. (bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate) as much as i admire chelsea, she didn't read the plan. deborah: the nation's first black attorney general...knows who he wants to be president. ic holder has endorsed hillary clinton. holder stepped down as attorney general last year. he made his endorsement monday... saying in a statement that clinton has "the experience and right judgment" for the job. holder plans to campaign for clinton in south carolina this weekend. he will also deliver the keynote address on her behalf at a church service sunday in charleston. deborah: nebraska's first district congressman is speaking out about president obama's state of the union address.here's paul hughes with the details. "nebraska first district congressman jeff fortenberry called the president's state of the union address "reasonably
however he told news talk wjag that he found what he called "glaring inconsistencies" in the speech. fortenberry used the example of the religious order the little sisters of the poor, who have a long history of serving the eldedey poor, but are being forced to sue thth administration for their healthcare freedom. norfolk high school's athletic teams will remain part of the greater nebraska athletic conference for at least one more year. at monday night's meeting of the norfolk public schools board of education, superintendent, dr. jami jo thompson said the school's bid to become part of the heartland athletic conference which includes schools from lincoln, grand island and fremont won't be considered if it creates an odd number of schools in the conference. currently three schools have applied, but thompson says the nference is looking for another school that could potentially join the league. the 29th annual northeast nebraska farm and equipment continues today at the chuck pohlman
our local colleges. briar cliff welcomed dordt to town...and morningside made the trek to mitchell to take on dakota wesleyan. here's chris with the action. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. in m november, briar cliff had just dropped their second game, falling to 4-2 on the young season. since then, they've been unstoppable. the chargers have
against a dordt team that's receiving votes in the latest poll. briar cliff, looking for their third straight win over the defenders. early on it's nathan rindels...with some space on the wing...he takes advantage ananit's a 4 point t rdt lead. back comes bcu...bryan forbes rips down the board and kicks it to clay harreld...money on the 3 and the chargers have their first lead. the defenders, keep it tight...dalton franken...with the strong take to the rack keeps the deficit at one. but then forbes, goes coast to coast...hoop and the hack...he had a game high 20, and the chargers make it 14 straight, 106-83 the charger women won as well, 53-38. looked like a good one up in mitchell, number 1 and number 6...but morningside, well they were dominant. in the third, they take it around the outside e d then go inside to jessica tietz...she had a game-high 22 to go with 11 boards. the defense was stellar...madison braun with the theft and the layup...she was also in double figures with 13, stangs up 51-26. later on, tietz...with the rare miss inside, but tristan beaulieu kicks it out to brandan tighe...still the best soundbite of my career...she hits the triple. then it's beaulieu...stretching the floor herself...the stangs shot 44 percent from deep...they rout dakota
the men though, they dropped a heartbreaker 82-80. that will do it for your check on sports, have a great day everybody. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. it's a decent start to our thursday as forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. it's a decent start to our thursday as temperatures are currently sitting in the 20s and 30s across a majority of the region. the wind is pretty calm between 5 and 10 miles per hour from the south. the satellite and radar
through the map. here's the dayplanner where we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. deborah thanks scott... another sell-off on wall street is translating into trillions of dollars in losses for the year. abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan have the details. good morning. topping "america's money" -- the ongoing slump for stocks.. >> the dow starts the trading day down 365 popoints. s&p 500 andd nasdaq were o. >> since the statartf the year, the average 401(k) plan has lost $4,000.
they had nearl $18 billion in profits. >> nose diving fuel prices are part of the reason. so are the fees. get a load of thi cholesterol delight. >> because the 15 and 1 burger is a load. that six-inch beef pat smothered in pulled pork, cheese, bacon, and friday onions. >> it will be sold on sunday, at the panthers-seahawks game. the price? $15- $15.01.
earth at the same time to do this work." it has taken more than a decade to get david duchovny and gillian anderson back together on television -- for "the x files." the sci-fi drama ran seasons? and spawned two feature films? atatatatat anderson said the timing of the new series is also about the show's never- ending search for truth. gillian anderson / actress "people are in a mode of telling the truth. they want truth. they're demanding truth around the world." "what is this a union thing? (gunshot)" but if you thought the x-files was creepy - this big screen reunion? looks terrifying! nats - "lee, stay calm. i'm right here." the trailer debuted for the new george
clooney - julia roberts movie - "money monster." and fofoet comedy and romance - the "ocean's 11" co- stars? are now engaged in a high- stakes thriller. clooney plays a t-v host taken hostage on during a live broadcast - and roberts plays his producer. this one also has major star power behind the camera - it's directed by jodie foster. and with awards season now underway - we're finding out who's up for the 2016 razzies! "fifty shades of grey" leads the pack for most nominations - the film up for
worst actress - among others. and check
this out - last year's best actor and actress oscar winners -- eddie redmayne and julianne moore - both up for razzies this year. and that's what's happening in hollywood. i'm brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. deborah: and coming up on go morning america...the list of nominees for this year's academy awards will be revealed. so tune in to g-m-a right after our newscast. deborah: scott: deborah and scott are chatting about the oscars. deborah and scott are chatting about the oscars. deborah and scott are chatting about the oscars. deborah and scott archatting about the oscars. scott:a cold front will approach. this looks to quickly snap back in some arctic air for the weekend with highs in the single digits and teens. today
mostly sunny skies. the overnight low is 17 with flurries and breezy conditions. tomorrow we'll reach a high of 19 with cloud cover early followed by afternoon sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae weekend with highs in the single digits d teens. today your high is 39 in sioux city under mostly sunny skies. the overnight low is 17 with flurries and breezy conditions. tomorrow we'll reach a high of 19 with cloud cover early followed by afternoon sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: adlib weekend with highs in the single digits and teens. today your high is 39 in sioux city under mostly sunny skies.
breezy conditions. tomorrow we'll reach a high of 19 with cloud cover early followed by afternoon sunshinene here's your 7 day recast. jessica rae scott: weekend with highs in the single digits and teens. today your high is 39 in sioux city under mostly sunny skies. the overnight low is 17 with flurries and breezy conditions. tomorrow we'll reach a high of 19 with cloud cover early followed by afternoon sunshine. here's your r day forecast. " still ahead in our show... open wounds take some time to heal but how long is too long? stay tuned for this weeks your health matters. deborah: plus... january is radon action month and iowa companies want you to get your home tested. we will tell you how...