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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 imagery shows some clouds pushing through the map. here's the dayplanner where we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. currently sitting in the 20s and 30s across a majority of the region. the wind is pretty calm
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miles per hour from the south. the satellite and radar imagery shows some clouds pushing through the map. embarassing, frustrating, and not to mention a health concern. an open wound that's taking more than a few months to heal... is a cronic problem. but, a specially trained team at mercy medical center is bring hope to people with seemingly no other option. abc9 news anchor jenna rehnstrom has more in this week's your health matters. michael says, "and you're just generally washing it, no more bandages?" jeffrey says, "no more bandages." jeffrey burkhart of salix has come a long way in the last few months. michael says, "that looks great, i'm really happy with that. how 'bout you? are you happy with that?" jeffrey says, "real happy." just this fall, he had a complication after kidney surgery... a
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open wound more than 13 cm wide and almost 7 cm deep. michael says, "and my two fists would fit completely inside his wound." jeffrey burkhart of salix, says, "it was more scary to look that, ya know?" jeffrey ended up at mercy medical center's wound care center under the care of physican michael garrett. they started an agressive course of treatment - at its peak - meeting here three times a week while using this device. in its simpliest sence, the wound vac speeds up healing. michael garrett, chws/arnp, mercy wound center says, "it slowly stimulates the wound, 24-hours a day to heal, so it never lets the cells fall asleep; it keeps them moving and activiated." jeffrey says, "you could see the progress; within a couple days you could see it was healing, so it give you know, a good attitude, toward the whole healing process, which, you know, you gotta go into it with a good attitude." in just 11 weeks, jeffrey's wound was healed. some equally serious cases can take up to 20 weeks. "bell ring" the bell ring signifies success in the wound center... and for jeffrey, a
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with life as normal. jeffrey says, "get on with life, ya know?" deborah: michael says they see patients with a wide range of wounds... but he reiterates that if a would is taking more than one to three months to heal... you need a professional to look at it, most patients only go to the wound center for treatment once a week... and they're not admitted to the hospital overnight. deborah: radois the second leading cause of lung cancer and the element can be found throughout many houses in the woodbury county area. january is radon action month and several companies want you to know how to get your homes tested. iowa's government and banks have enforced radon testing before houses or properties can be sold. after smoking...radon is the second leading cause of
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"what you'll notice is that through cracks on the floor, through expansion and joints on the floor, when you actually turn your heating and cooling system on that forms your house in to a vacuum whihc will actually draw the radon into your house. when it draws it into the house then your air circulates it through your ac system and that's whent the radon will actually affect you," said courey. deborah: radon averages in homes should fall just below a rating of 4,...anything higher than that can be dangerous according to tony. radon sux mitigation offers small do-it- yourself testing kits in store. for more information visit our website at siouxland matters dot com. deborah: and it's still not too late to tackle those new years resolutions. one tool you can use for help... your smartphone. reporter mary moloney shows us how to jump-start your 2016 fitness goals. "if you need some extra pep in your step -- check out the app spring. it syncs music to your jogging pace -- like having a personal dj.
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think of it as pandora meets fitbit. another app charity miles helps you take care of the world while you take care of yourself. choose a cause from the vast list and the app will donate as you work out. on a bike -- your charity gets 10 cents for every mile you ride. if you run -- you donate a little more -- 25 cents a mile. tired of feeling clueless at the grocery store? shopwell scans nutrition labels and rates food before you put it in your cart. stuff that's bad for you will get a low score. best of all -- all these apps are free -- so you can slim down while your wallet stays fat. for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. " deborah: coming up....a local morningside college senior has a special request for his graduation day and he needs your help to do it. we will bring you more on his story in just a few minutes. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this
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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
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breezy conditions. tomorrow we'll reach a high of 19 with cloud cover early followed by afternoon sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast. 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 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 clo cover early followed by afternoon sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast. 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
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afternoon sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast. 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 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: 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 deborah: a senior at morningside college is asking
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for graduation. the international student's request is something many students take for granted... having your parents see you walk across the stage on graduation day. abc 9's bria bell has more details... "it's a sacrife they're willing to make because they know the importance of education," said johnson. paul johnson is a senior from morningside college and from nigera. he says his family has always held education in the highest regard and has sacrificed a lot for him all so he could pursue a college degree. johnson, a double major in internal affairs and mass communications, says he hasn't been home since he was a sophomore, because international flights don't come cheap. "it's been tough. there've been some times, where it's been like 'man i just want to go home,' especially when everyone is packing up and talking about going home, tweeting about it on social media," said johnson. paul who is also the president of student government, will be
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students ask for extravaggant gifts for commencement, he says all he would like is for his parents to be able to fly to the states to see the outcome of their sacrifices. "i think what makes it special for me is, 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. a close friend of paul has helped to create a go fund me page in order to come up with enough money to purchase paul's parents' airfare. so far they've only reached half of their goal. "i created the go fund me page for him. my mom was actually the one who said, 'hey paul i really want your parents to come here, but i don't know how you feel about it' and he said that he obviously wanted him here," said potter. deborah: paul says after graduating from morningside his ultimate goal is to work for the united nations. if you are
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link to that can be found on our website at siouxland matters dot com. a wisconsin incurable form of received his high tuesday. family and friends came together at a wisconsin hospice for a honoring kirk robb. the 17-year-old with brain cancer has since undergone 12 brain surgeries. the family that the cancer has spread throughout kirk's body. the teen and his parents were grateful for the honor. " (kirk robb/high school graduate) "it's important because i want to know that i did something in high school." ( julie robb/kirk's mom) "i think it's great that they came out and supported kirk and us le that. i didn't expect this many people, but it was kind of nice that they came out to see kirk, and it was just great that they came." (
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"we didn't know if he'd make it there or not. they made it possible." deborah: school administrators, teachers and the hospice worked together to fulfill the teen's wish of graduating. his mom said kirk didn't know about the ceremony until the day of the event. deborah: coming up... we willl tell you how el chapo's capture has helped one los angeles store bring in a lot of unexpected business... " " deborah: plus... its one of the most famous cars in history...and its also 27 feet long! we will bring you more on its latest travels in just
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clothing store. clothing store. managers at "barabas" say drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman was wearing two of their shirts in the recently- published rolling stone intervw. the store's owner ...says he has no idea how the now -captured fugitive got a hold of his
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has clients across the u-s and latin americ he adds that at the moment... he hasn't raised the price on the shirts from $128 -- but that could possibly change. guzman was recaptured in mexico last friday, six months after his daring prison escape. deborah: its one of the most beloved cars in history. it's 27 feet long, has a twitter account, and even has its own jingle! that's right... the oscar meyer wienermobile! the world famous car has been in the mid west the last few days... and reporter brad douglas has missouri stop. the oscar meyer the grand opening of the new walmart neighborhood market in joplin at stones corner. angela bumstead travel all across the country in the vehicle. they miles and they say people love checking it out and singinthe oscar meyer song. "gone to so many great places, museums, festivals and just all the people we meet. that's what makes worthwhile," said angelaumstead,
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if you'd like to track the wienermobile, they even have an app where you can follow it across the country. deborah: scott: deborah and scott of the new walmart neighborhood market in joplin at stones corner. owen sto and angela bumstead travel all across the country in the vehicle. they average about 30,000 miles and they say people love checking it out and singing the oscar meyer song. "gone to so many great places, museums, festivals and just all the people wmeet. that's what makes this job worthwhile," said angela bumstead, from texas. if you'd like to track the wienermobile, they even have an app where you can follow it across the country. deborah: scott: of the new walmart neighborhood market in joplin at stones corner. owen stone and angela bumstead travel all across the country in the vehicle. they average about 30,000 miles and they say people love checking it out and
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meyer song. "gone to so many great places, museums, festivals and just all the people we meet. that's what makes this job worthwhile," said angela bumstead, from texas. if you'd like to track the wienermobile, they even have an app where you can follow it across the country. deborah: scott: of the new walmart neighborhood market in joplin at stones corner. owen stone and angela bumstead travel all across the country in the vehicle. they average about 30,000 miles and they say people love deborah and scott are chatting about the wienermobile. deborah and scott are chatti about the wienermobile. deborah and scott are chatting about the wienermobile. scott:good morning siouxland. it's a deborah and scott are chatting about the wienermobile. deborah and scott are chatting about the wienermobile. deborah and scott are chatting about the wienermobile. scott:good morning siouxland. it's a
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deborah and scott are chatting about the wienermobile. deborah and scott are chatting about the wienermobile. deborah and scott are chatting about the wienermobile. 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 we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. currently sitting in the 20s and 30s across a majority of the region. the wind is pretty calm
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miles per hour from the south. the d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... deborah thanks scott... skype is celebrating a decade in business with a feature that users have been waiting for. abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson have the details in today's "techbytes" -- skype celebrating its tenth anniversary with a brand-new calling feature. >> new video conference calls from all thehe mobile devices. the new feature will roll out in the next weeks. ford has unveiled a new concierge service. >> drivers will be able to book
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and you can now take a tour of the world's largest model railway exhibit without leaving home. >> apparently, google maps has captured every detail. it consists of over 8,000 miles of track. it reminds me of mister roger's neighborhood. >> but it isn't. we'll just wear a sweater and say, those are you "techbytes." >> have a great day, everyone.a symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatmentnt. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaleled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a ll 24 hours. breo contains a ty of medicine that increases the risk of death
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and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people wse asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. do not take breo more than prescribed. see your doctor if your asthma does n not impro or gets worse. ask your doctor if 24-hour breo could be a missing piece for you. see if you're eligible for
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fans... because they can now drink pints of green milk. a wisconsin dairy plant started bottling green milk this week... to celebrate the team's post- season run. the packers power pint is a limited edition green, vanilla flavored milk. so far... it's been well received by fans. " (rosalie rogers packers fan) "it tastes pretty good" (reporter) "what's the flavor?" (rosalie rogers
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tastes like egg nog, yeah it does, you know years ago when you used to make egg nog at home? that's what it tastes like to me, it's good. deborah as long as the packers keep winning and the fans keep drinking... the dairy producer says it will continue to produce the green milk. deborah if green milk didn't sound appetizing.. here's howard... in the mister food test kitchen..with a twist on a classic your family will love. "does this sound like you? it's dinner time, you're in a hurry and you're trying to think of something to make -- something the whole family will love and you're in a hurry. the next time that happens, how about making a twist on sloppy joes that cooks up in minutes and requires only a few ingredients? sounds good, doesn't it? all we do is.saut a chopped onion with some ground turkey (or if you'd rather, you can use ground beef or chicken). after draining it, we add some barbecue sauce (and that can be homemade or even easier, use bottled sauce). we'll let it cook for a few minutes until it's heated through.
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shredded cheddar cheese to make this all melty and gooey. all that is left to do is toast a few hamburger buns and dinner is ready to serve. we discovered that toasting them keeps our rolls from getting soggy. when it's time to eat, simply spoon this cheesy meaty filling onto the buns and dig in. make sure you eat this over your plate because this is one of those sandwiches that is messy in a good way. so to make dinner easy tonight (or really any night), go online to get our recipe for "barbecue joes" so you can whip up something that's tasty and budget-friendly in no time. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where every day we're looking for an easier and less stressful way for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" " deborah if you would like a copy of that 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
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or you can visit our website...siouxlan d matters dot com. and click on the mr. food logo.... deborah " coming up.... president obama made a stop in omaha yesterday. we have the details on his very first stop in nebraska. scott:
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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 imagery shows some clouds pushing 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 the 40s in northeast nebraska. moving through the
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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 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: explosions and 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 imagery shows some clouds pushing
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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 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 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. temperatures are currently sitting in
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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 we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. here's a check of our stormcast hd where we'll be enjoying some warmer explosions and gunfire rocked the capital of indonesia. the busy streets.... flooded with police as they try to find the suspects and help the wounded. abc's stephanie ramos has the latest on this developing story. "blown out windows?smoke billowing into the sky?debris scattered across the busy downtown streets of indonesia's capital. at least 3 suicide bombers ?detonated their packs?exploding themselves in a starbucks cafe in jakarta .... while gunmen attacked a police
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officer is dead but the death toll could be much higher. after the first explosion .... chaos erupted in the popular shopping district of the capital that's home to luxury hotels and foreign embassies. a gun fight ensued between the attackers and anti - terror police squads for more than an hour. while explosions in other parts of the city could be heard?. police intensely gunmen. so far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack but tensions have been high in indonesia as newer isis affiliated groups overshadow older terrorist groups in the region. everyone has been on high alert since christmas after a number of arrests were made across indonesia. counterterrorism advisers say about 500 indonesians have joined isis in syria....with other jihadi groups pledging support to isis caliphatetebu al baghdadi. the u.s. embassy now issuing an alert to all u.s. citizens in jakarta ... telling them to stay put ---avoid the area until authorities figure out exactly what is going on and who is responsible. starbucks put out a
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saying?our hearts are with the people of indonesia? all starbucks in jakarta will remain closed out of an abundance of caution. stephanie ramos abc news washington deborah there's plenty of reaction to president obama's final state of the union address. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton saying the president has kept the economy strong and the country safe. meanwhile gop rival donald trump tweeted out quote..."the speech was one of the most boring, rambling and non-substantive i have heard in a long time." not suprisingly....reac tions mostly fell along party lines. i'm praising the president for what i thought was a great state of the union address last night and agree that the state of the union is strong. this president has an ego and if it's not done his way, to him, nobody's cooperating with him.
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president obama also left a seat open in the first lady's box...as a way to remember victims of gun violence deborah coming off of the president's state of the union address, iowa senator joni ernst spoke critically of the president's plans for the future. during her weekly conference call, ernst also talked about her resolution of disaproval.... for the expanded definition...of the waters of the u-s ruling that was passed through the house today. our farmers and ranchers know how to care for and conserve thier own land without the harmful interference of washington beaurocrats from the epa telling them what's best. the re-definition of the waters of the u-s....would grant the e-p-a extended jurisdiction.. to protect waters under the clean water act. ernst say's the joint dissaproval of the ruling would help iowans in rural communities....call ing the passing of the wotus rule a "blatent power
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deborah president obama was in omaha yesterday... one day after his final state of the union address. the president says he wants to focus on the economy in his final year in office... and his plans to help working americans and small businesses. "(president obama) "in this new economy, i believe, workers, start ups, small business - they need more of a voice - more of a say - not less. the rules should work for working americans and i'm going to spend some of the time this year lifting up a lot of companies who figured out if they pay good wages, provide good benefits, treat their customers well, are environmentally responsible. they can also make really good profits (applause) and it's good for everybody." deborah president obama also reiterated a message from his state of the union address... urging americans not to be alarmed by negative campaign ads about the
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deborah housthis morning, a speech in iowa. mark cady is the iowa supreme court's chief justice, and he has some concerns about racial disparities in the judicial system. during the condion of the received standing ovations when we spoke about the need for racial equality in the justice system. but the most when he talked trafficking. we can no longer view human trafficking as a problem reserved to the major cities in america. it exists as a dark underworld in many communities across iowa and is associated with some of iowa's most iconic places and events. deborah chief justice cady also got bipartisan support when he emphasized the rehabilitate juvenile offenders. he said often times they're locked up before they have a chance to work on their
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deborah projects for a power line and a pipeline are in the hands of the iowa utilities board. iowa lawmakers are keeping a close eye on the process for the bakken pipeline and the rock island clean line. amanda krenz from our des moines affiliate has more. "bobby 20:26 i think certainly the legislature could impact both decisions. representative bobby kaufmann is the chair of the government oversight committee. he says they are closely monitoring two very big decisions that have yet to be made by the iowa utilities board. one project is the proposed bakken crude oil pipeline that would run diagonally across the state... the other is the rock island clean line - a high voltage overhead line that would harness wind energy from northwest iowa and send it into illinois and beyond. bobby it affects 1500 farmers in iowa and it's a decision that affects 10,000 acres of iowa farmland. it's a huge decision that has bipartisan support. legislators will be making sure that the companies involved don't try to abuse their power to take private property for public use... known as emminent domain.
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rock island clean line has tried, but i- u-b didn't allow it. and lawamkers were paying attention. 21:32 what they're attempting to do not only skirts our laws but it skirst the u.s. constitution. it's just ridiculous." " deborah the spokes person for the iowa utilities board said until specific legislation comes out regarding the pipeline, or emminent domain, there's no comment. there is also no time frame for when a decision will be made about either of these projects. according to iowa code, the iowa utilities board isn't under any sort of deadline to make a decision... they are still looking through all of the evidence that has been filed. deborah: a lawsuit filed against 4 siouxland counties...is being passed on to the state supreme 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
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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 coming up in sports...it was a busy night of basketball in the g-pac. we'll have action from sioux city and mitchell coming up after the break. scott: deborah last night was a
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colleges. briar cliff welcomed dordt morningside made mitchell to take on dakota wesleyan. the action. chris morning everybody. in mid november, briar cliff had just dropped their second game, falling to 4-2 on the young since then, they've the chargers have won 13 straight and looked to make it 14 that's receiving poll. briar cliff, looking for their third straight win over the defenders. rindels...with some space on the wing...he takes
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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 franken...with the rack keeps the 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 and 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
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herself...the stangs shot 44 percent from deep...they rout dakota wesleyan, 86-48. 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 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 imagery shows some clouds pushing through the map. here's the dayplanner where we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. deborah still ahead in our 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
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through the map. here's the dayplanner where we expect to hit a high near 40 degrees. iowan's won big in last night's powerball drawing.. .but just how big? stay tuned to find out. plus here's what you can expect coming up on gma " " deborah the vision iowa board has 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.
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culligan man: the problem is your water!
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so keeping everything spotless is effortless. dad: spots. culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. approved almost 8 hundred thousand dollars in community attraction and tourism grants to iowa buisnesses. the vision iowa program provides financial incentives to communities for the construction of recreational, cultural, educational or entertainment facilities.
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newest grants were: iowa quilt museum in winterset carroll's merchant park redevelopement park project in carroll and lake city pool project in lake city currently 412 grants have been given out by the board totaling over 150 million dollars. deborah family and friends of a siouxland women are relieved to have found their loved one. after nearly a day and a half in the freezing cold. sheniqwa hayes was found tuesday in rural moville. she was found on a private property about 50 yards from her car. she had seemingly left her running car and walked east ... until her walking became eradic and she turned around where she evetually collapsed... according to footprints found at the scene. "when i saw the footprints blowing in like they were, i knew she was walking for a while. we didn't have a stitch of wind yesterday. and to see those footprints covered up in snow. i knew it was very windy so i could tell she was
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deborah we still don't know what caused hayes to leave the running car and she is currently in intensive care recovering from the incident. deborah another traffic jam greeted drivers trying to cross the i-74 bridge into iowa yesterday. crews came out to fix the buckle in the bridge, connecting moline to davenport, that damaged some cars during tuesday's rush hour. that broken bolt caused 3 cars to get flat tires. traffic towards iowa was also down to one lane. (clyde tobey/ iowa dot matience supervisor) "a bolt broke allowing in the wield track, it just beat enough that a piece of it broke off from it's neighboring section." deborah iowa d-o-t crews were finished replacing the bolt around noon yesterday.... they completely
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it won't pop agian. deborah: a billion dollar merger could mean big business here in iowa. in december, dow 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 specific agricultural needs. however, they haven't decided where those companies will be. the city of johnston is hoping dupont pioneer's headquarters will be considered. the city is working with state officials in hopes to be 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 wait is over for that record powerball jackpot. nearly one point six billion dollars will be split
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winning tickets... sold in california, florida and tennessee. abc's lauren lister has the latest. "nats 'can you believe it america, a world record jackpot coming to you right now' or '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
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buy round trip tickets to the moon. crossing national 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 here will split the jackpot with any winners in other states ... a california lottery spokesperson saying there are two others that we know of... in 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-
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including one 2- million dollar winner. seven tickets purchased in iowa came within one number of having a share of the jackpot. six other iowa tickets...also were one number away from the 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 a dog who has gone viral is ready for his moment in the spotlight... watch him cheese it up with a hilarious smile- on-command. "nats:(say cheese....lol) deborah the rescued pup has plenty to smile about-- he is going up for adoption soon. the camera-lovin pooch's pearly whites have already earned the video over 12 million views on facebook. jessica rae scott: adlib scott: today looks
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moment in the spotlight... watch him cheese it up with a hilarious smile- on-command. "nats:(say cheese....lol) deborah the rescued pup has plenty to nice with sunshine before a cold front approaches. 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 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. 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 with flurries and breezy conditions. tomorrow we'll reach a high of 19 with cloud cover early followed by afternoon sunshine.
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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 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: later today...... [ cheers and applause ]
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