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we introduce snow this afternoon and the temperature will gradually sink. your complete forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " " freezing drizzle and fog. a winter weather advisory is in effect until midnight and a dense fog advisory is out am. visbility is reduced with light northerly winds in the upper 20s and we introduce snow will gradually sink. forecast is coming up - y yr news starts n n. " " " llions on the east coast are scrambling to dig themselves out of a record breaking snowfall this weekend... " " plus... police are continuing to investigate a suspicious death in des moines. we will have the lastest for you... coming up. " " and ... dozens of people were stranded for hours on a pennsylvaniaturn pike... we have these stories and more coming up on abc9 news this morning. good morning siouxland ... i am lukas voss ... jejeica rae has thth
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rae has the morning off ... lukas: millions of people along the east coast are scrambling to dig themselves out of the snow and ice after this weekend's crippling winter storm. the blizzard killed at least 14 people... grounded thousands of flights... and shut down several of the nation's largest cities. chris welch has the latest. all along the east coast the diligent hum of digging can be heard... nats and scraping.. nats and of clurse plowing... crews trying to clear roads. (mayor muriel bowser/ washington) while we have made some progress there is still a lot more to do. washington d-c schools and the city government are closed monday ... as is the federal government... while some of the city's transit will be back up and running. the d-c mayor cautioned residents about one of the big concerns in the coming days: black ice. (mayor muriel bowser /washington) we expect that with the temperature dropping tonight and every night this week that we will se continued slick and dangerous roadways, so
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of the roadways. in new york -- even though the travel ban has been lifted and buses and most trains are operational-- officials are still urging residents to stay off the roads. (mayor bill de blasio, new york) leave your car where it is. don't try shovel it out today. unless you have an emergency or something truly urgent, leave your car where it is. washington d-c brought in 400 extra snow removers... and canceled schools monday. the coastal flood warning has been lifted in new jersey-- where several cities were inundated with high water that caused widespread power outages. officials say the worst appears to be over... (governor chris christie/(r) news jersey) anso we've really done very well in this storm, and we have no concerns about flooding or damage from flooding any time soon. drivers in at least three states ststnded for hours during the peak of the blizzard. one of the worst back-ups was on the pennsylvania turnpike -- prompting an apology from the turnpike chairman... and the promise of a thorough review. airports in philadelphia and the new york area resumed very limited service sunday afternoon, but here in dc reagan national and dulles international both remained closed they will open at least one runway tomorrow morning at each airport so
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ragbrai is still 181 now have the for you. the ride kicks off in glenwood then shenendoah... are off to creston.....leon.... centerville...ottu .and it all ends in this year's route long...the 3rd history. believe this year's route featrues another great mix of places to visit. t.j. juskiewice, "we go to some great, great towns with center squares, towns like centerville and leon have got a really neat downtown, so ragbrai is going to feel really welcome there. " more than n 0- thousand people are expected to participate in the ride. ottumwa and shenandoah are each breing 13 year droughts of hosting. ragbrai will be held july 24th through the 30-th. lukas: famed sioux city photographer george lindblade hosted a book signing this weekend. his latest book entitled "fully involved"....
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city's fire department.... and its fire fighters sincece8- 65. the event was s hosted at fire station four. "well, this is going to be an interesting book and a lot of people wanted me to write a story about my career and my life and how i accomplished the things i did." five dollars from each book sold will benefit the sioux city fire department. if you would like a copy of "fully involved" you can buy one at "sioux city gifts" located at 19-22 pierce street. lukas: monona county and woodbury county sheriff's were called to the scene of a snowmobile accident last night. the accident happened around 10:30pm where emergency responders were dispached after a snowmobile had collided with an irrigation pivot. the driver, 46 year old david daigle, was transported to mercy medical center in sioux city where he died from his injuries. monona county sheriff's office is conducting a full investigation into the incident. lukas: a 71 year old woman wawafound dead in her homeme
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and her suspicious deathis now being called the first homicide of 2016 jacob peklo from our des moines affiliate has more. " sgt. paul parizek, des moines police department: "right now, anything that's here that doesn't look like it belongs here is evidence. so, we've started a long process of identifying things that just seem out of place. we're just looking for anything that wasn't here before." police say they got a call from inside the home at 1413 pioneer road to check on 71-year-old norma jean mcneeley in the middle of the night. officers say a relative made the call after heaeang a cry out frfr mcneeley's wnstairs bedroom. sgt. paul parizek, des moines police department: "we can't discuss those details right now, but hedeath was violent." detectives found around 100 drops of blood in the area around the porch, and stretching down the street from mcneeley's home. police say mcneeley never left her house sunday morning and died inside of it as well. they spent the mornininand afternoon interviewing
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but say it'll take a little while to put everything together. sgt. paul parizek, des moines police department: "it's a large crime scene. evidence that we first saw at the home, we were able to follow quite a distance from the home. so, as they processed the scene, it took them to an area across the street." jacob peklo, reporting: "at this time police have not named any suspects in mcneeley's death, but they do say they have some solid leads. reporting in des moines, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa." lukas the polk county medical examiner is now assisting with the investigation. a strong alaska early sunday morning. the u-s geological survey says the epicenter of the seven-point-one magnitude quake was near cook inlet, southwest of anchorage. about 75 miles away in homer, alaska said the quake lasted about 30 secondsand -- quote -- "just kept g gting tweeted there of major damage or injury. the national weather service said there was no tsunami threat because the quake struck 50 miles
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earthquakes -- a magnitude four, and a three- point-two -- hit within 30 minutes after the first one. " " coming up.... dozens of people were left stranded on a pennsylvania turnpike for hours in after the storm hit the east coast. stay tuned to hear their story. scott:t: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. "
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scott: thanks for joining us on this monday. we have some snowy and icy conditions anticipated here on our monday. a system is going to
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spreading in ice anddrizzle thth morning followow by 1 to 2 inches of snow. as we move into the middle of the week, temperatures are going to soar above normal with highs in the upper 30s and even 40s! we should be able to melt away some of our frozen precipitation. today's high is 31 and we'll have foggy conditions plus drizzle which is going to freeze and stick to roadways followed by snow. the overnight low is 2020ith snow ending by midnight. 28 is tomorrow's high with gradual clearing. here's the 7 day forecast. lukas: scott: lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat
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system is going to slide through today spreading in ice and drizzle this morning followed by 1 to 2 inches of snow. as we move into the middle of the week, temperatures are going to soar above normal with highs in the upper 30s and even 40s! we should be able to melt away some of our frozen precipitation. today's high is 31 and we'll have foggy conditions plus drizzle which is going to freeze and stick to roadways followed by snow. the overnight low is 20 with snow ending by midnight. 28 is tomorrow's high with gradual clearing. here's the 7 day forecast. lukas: scott: lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lulus and scott chat lukas and scott chat
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chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat pennsylvania turnpike that began on friday night left drivers stuck for days. sunday evening, both lanes were reopened. marielena balouris has more on the rescue efforts. "the snow wasn't unexpected. but a backup on the pennsylvania turnpike...leaving drivers stranded for days...was . it began friday night around 8:30, when a tractor trailed jack-knifed on the turnpike...stopping traffic. that's when the rescue efforts began. (dave cubbison/dir., bedford county ema) " this was a daunting task, thisisis overwhelming task, whenever you get 31 plus inches of snow in a region and on top of that you have thousands of people that are stranded for a period of time, it takes a huge coordination effort." bedfdfd ema and somemeet ema -- plus nearby fire companies -- were among the local agencies who responded. pema headquarters in harrisburg coordinated the state efforts, bringing in the
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national guard. (dave cubbison/dir., bedford county ema) "they did everything from hand out food, bottles of water to people that had been stranded for hours and hours on the turnpike to shovelling out, pushing out, p pling out, directing and helping people." the red cross was in bedford. they opened three shelters and put up 216 people overnight. (dave cubbison/dir., bedford county ema) "they found a community who was giving, many people were giving, many people would turn and say "yes may i help you?" "how can i helplpou?"" local reredents also joined in. one family even delivered food to a group of teenagers on a bus headed to michigan. (lydia diehl, brought food to people on turnpike) " they've just been almost in tears, just
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feeling inside when people are happy because of what you did." even though everyone is safe, turnpike officials firefighter was shot an killed while responding to a medical call friday. according to the pulaski county sheriff's officece 29-year old ronald adada went to a home where someone was reportedly having a seizure... but when deputies arrived they found adams had been shot. adams was taken to a hospital in north little rock... where he eventually died. deputies say adams was a volunteer firefighter with the east pulaski county fire department and also worked full time for the sherwood fire department. the residents of the home are being questioned by investigators. " " jessicicrae: coming up....there have been more thth a dozen reported deaths from the east coast storm... including one tragic incident in boston ... more after the break. lukas: a tragic scene in boston after a snow plow
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a tragic scene in boston after a snow plow struck and killed a man. this coming on the heels of a deadly storm that struck the east coast. here's more on this story. a pedestrian was hit and killed by a plow truck in dorchester sunday morning. police say the incident occurred on harbor view street at dorchester avenue. the pedestrian's identity was not released, but police saidid man in his 60s was the victim. photos showed the plow did not leave the scene. "it's a tragic accident," said bernard o'rourke, boston police superintendent. "it's unclear what happened. the accident reconstruction team will determined speed, all those other types of things." boston police told newscenter 5 the plow driver was cooperative and no charges have been filed yet. multiple witnesses described to police what they saw, but investigators are still working to piece together exactly what ened. "if ananody in the area happened to see somemeing please help us out," said o'rourke. "we'd like to determine exactly what
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we introduce snow this afternoon and the temperature will gradually sink. scott: here's a quickck freezing drizzle and fog. a winter weather advisory is in effect until midnight and a dense fog advisory is out through at least 6 am. visbility is d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott:t: now you'll want t to watchchour speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars on jackson street and country club blvd. so again... mind that speed. " " jessica rae: how much time is too much screen time for your child? jessica rae tackles this topic
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with technology sorrounding us every step of the way ... we are bound to spent time with it every y ... and so are our kids ... but how much time is too much time for children to spent in front of their favorite screen, in this week's get going segment jessica rae explores that very question... take a look "rae: phones, ipads, video games, movies... how much time is your child spending staring at a screen? you may think this is s harmless, but inin rereity it could lead to a very big problem. dr steven joyce
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a lot of screen time is just the tip of the ice berg... dr. joyce: "as we know there is a huge problem with obesity in the pediatric population as well as the adult population and a lot of that has to do with inactivity and screen time." rae: so how much is too much? where do you draw the line? dr. joyce: "anything more than two hours a day so that would count television, computers, phones, etc. and a lot of the time now kids are just sitting there on their phones or their computers or their ipads and just taking up time doing that rather than actually conversing in real life with their friends and family." rae: and if you are thinking, the older the child, the more time they should be allotted? think again. dr. joyce: "we would like to limit as much screen time for little kids as much as big kids." rae: so, doctor joyce has a message for all parents and kiddos... dr. joyce: "...saying listen you have to get off yoyo phone your ipad your computer get out of the front of the tv and go do something, be active... get involved with your friends, school activities, athletics, what have you."
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going! i'm jessica rae for abc9 news. lukas: studies involving children and their weight are not yielding encouraging results. and what's worse -- kids are setting themselves up for health problems later in life even earlier. holly firfer reports on what you can do in today's health minute. in 2012 more than one third of children in the u.s. were overweight or even obese. a recent study in the journal pediatrics found that a contributing factor is lack of sleep. "sleep is important for so many things. ranging from good growth, helping your immune system, heart health, good behavior and the ability to focus and concentrate and learn well in school. not enough sleep may mean not susuressing the appetite and making you want to eat more, taking in more calories, as well as carbobydrates in general. and that can cause a whole host of health problems. "too much eating eventually along with obesity
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heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, so everything's interrelated, we want everything to be in balance and that includes your nutrition, your sleep and your exerse. and so we do recommend that kids get the right amount of sleep recommended for their age, at least an hour of exercise a day, and to eat a healthy diet. so how much sleep do children need? according to the cdc: newborns should be sleeping on average 16-18 hours a day. preschool aged kids, 11-12 hours. and school aged children should sleep about 10 hours a night. and doctors say one more thing -- make sure to monitor what your children are eating. no amount of sleep can battle the bulge if they're not getting a healthy diet. for today's health minute i'm holly firfer. " " jessica rae: coming up.... we'll turn to politics bernie sanders has a new way of attracting voters ahead of the iowa caucus... all up next
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morning siouxland. let's get a check of conditions outdoors on the port neal welding company skycam hd. we have some very slick conditions this morning due to freezing drizzle and fog. a winter weather advisory is in effect until midnight and a dense fog advisory is out through at least 6 am. visbility is reduced with light northerly winds blowing in and temps in the upper 20s and lower 30s. we have some snowy and icy conditions anticipated here on
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system is going to slide through today spreading in ice and drizzle this morning followed by 1 to 2 inches of snow. as we move into the middle of the week, temperatures are going to soar above normal with highs in the upper 30s and even 40s! we should be able to melt away some of our frozen precipitation. today's high is 31 and we'll have foggy conditions plus drizzle which is going to freeze and stick to roadways followed by snow. the overnight low is 20 with snow ending by midnight. 28 is tomorrow's high with gradual
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7 day forecast. company skycam hd. we have some very slick conditions this morning due to freezing drizzle and fog. a winter weather advisory is in effect until midnight and a dense fog advisory is out through at least 6 am. visbility is reduced with light northerly winds blowing in and temps in the upper 20s and lower 30s. we have some snowy and icy conditions anticipated here on our monday. a system is going to slide through today spreading in ice and drizzle this morning
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campaign office here in sioux city are to connect with sanders seems to his side with the help "if you need to know where to go to find out the information, go to iowademocrats.com/ caucus. thank you very much," said bernie sanders campaign caller. iowa caucuses are a week away and bernie sanders' campaign volunteers are hard at work trying to reach potential supporters. volunteers have become saavy in their ways and created an app for canvassing called, "field the burn" in an attempt to reach nearby voters by address or phone. "it was brought to our attention by des moines and we just decided to go full force and use it," said traum. traditional techniques are still in place as phone calls and door to door visits are being made, but with it being 2016, connie says it's an alternative way that helps in making great strides for the sanders campaign. "i think it's been very successful. you know, people text and they don't really like phone calls or they're at work and don't like to be interuppted so i think it's really important," said traum. recent reports speculate sanders' game plan heading into caucus is very similar to president barack obama's run in 2008 when he faced former secretary of state hilary clinton. "oh, i think that's true and i think that the grounds swell
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getting excited, who are realizing what bernie's message says and how it resonates with them...definitely i think that's true," said traum . bria: again, bernie sanders is up in the iowa polls with 47 percent leaving hillary clinton behind with 46 and martin o'malley with 5. in studio, bria bell abc 9 news. lukas: meanwhile, democratic front runner hillary clinton is also planning a few last minute pushes of her own. clinton will be meeting with supporters at a "get out the caucus event" in adel on wednesday. at the event she plans to discuss what is at stake for iowans in the february first caucus. the caucus event is being held at the adel family fun center at 10:45 am. also in support of clinton senator cory booker from new jersey rallied for his favorite candidate. booker attended events in council bluffs, fort dodge...and sioux city. "hi, this is cory booker. here for
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in sioux city and i might have a few people that would like to say hello." crowd chanting: "hillary, hillary, hillary" lukas: booker isn't the only one supporting clinton... the des moines register announced their dempcratic and republican party support this weekend. the des moines register named hillary clinton and marco rubio as their candidates of choice. the register says rubio has an uplifting message...and wants to hold a referendum on the nation's identity. for clinton, the paper says she's a thoughtful public servant who has respect from leaders around the world. and clinton is just as happy with the support. (reporter): "madam secretary, the des moines register just endorsed you, any reaction? (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate): "very pleased, obviously, it means a lot to me." the endorsements could help to influence undecided caucus-goers. however in the last two presidential cycles, the paper supported candidates who lost the caucuses. lukas: g-o-p frontrunner donald trump, was in sioux center
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dordt college, where supporters and protestors lined up outside in the cold weather. i took a trip to sioux center this weekend to take a look at the action. nat/sot: "i am mostly telling people they have to get there pretty early if they want to get a seat." vo: that was steve kelly ... chair of dordt's college republicans whom i talked to last week ahead of trump's visit ... and his advice was certainly valid ... well ahead of trump's 11 am scheduled appearance people had lined up to get into the b-j haan auditorium ... in the freezing cold they waited ... even at the back of the line. sot: "we want to hear what he's got we want to hear him in person. you can hear so much over the tv but we get this opportunity and we are going to take it. - just got to see donald ... just excitement - it is really cold ... it is kind of freezing ... the line is catching up a little bit it's going ... still back of the line, do you think you are going to get in? - we hope so ... we"ll see how it goes ... we are sticking it out." vo: sticking it out were also those who specifically waited for trump to come to the area ... and see him in real life ...
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least a little. sot: "i have been looking forward to this. i have been never so involved or excited about anyone as i have been with donald trump." vo: there were also those who didn't come for trump ... but to show their protest against the g-o-p frontrunner right in front of the venue ... and seeing so many people there meant something. sot: "it means to me that america has not changed and that america was never great, when 20 percent of sioux center iowa are immigrant families i am here to protest for people who cannot speak. "fortunately i know that not all of these people are supporting trump they just want to be part of the spectacle and hear somebody who is leading in the republican polls." nats: trump ... cheering vo: inside meanwhile ... trump spoke to an excited crowd ... engaging them to caucus for hime because afterall ... sot: "iowa hasn't had a winner in 16 years...you picked a lot of looser folks ...a lot of looser....
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isn't the right word to use for the nations leaders. "we have very stupid people running our country ... when zyou look at these deals they are very stupid ... i used to say very incomptetent but they are really beyond i think stupid is a better word. vo: trump is leading ted cruz by 16 points in the latest polls ... and he was certainly popular at dordt today ... we'll have to wait until february first to see if his appeal translates into votes. in sioux center, im news lukas: and trump continued to stump in iowa ahead of the first in the nation vote. he was in muscatine yesterday. where he met with supporters at a muscatine high school... and as the caucuses inch closer....trump spent some time going after one of his rivals. (donald trump) "jeb bush. here's a guy spent close to $100 million dollar the polls coming out this morning, he went down. he's down at the bottom. its time to give up jeb its time to give up. in a recent cbs
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iowa caucus- goers trump holds a dominating lead of 39 percent... widening the gap between him and his closest rival ted cruz. lukas: donald trump wasn't the only republican in iowa this weekend... gop hopeful ben carson stopped by sioux city earlier. carson attended and spoke at a prayer rally at the orpheum theatre. the presidential candidate talked about his drop in the polls.... as well as his campaigning strategy for the upcoming caucuses. "you know you just deal with it. the way i look at it is you just have to tell the truth and you have to talk about the issues." the g-o-p- candidate also opened up about the loss of campaign staff member, braden joplin. abc9's reporter, jess plue, spoke to carson one- on-one ... we'll have more on that to carson one- on-one ... we'll have more on that during the second hour of our show. lukas: nebraska govenor pete ricketts hosts his monthly radio show this
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risinger with the details. the norfolk zoning board of adjustment meets tonight at 5 p.m. to decide an appeal of a decision by city planning administrator decision involves the the former eagle distributing building lutheran church. pete ricketts' p.m. this afternoon, on newstalk wjag. for those wishing to show, which is sponsored by the nebraska broadcasters association. and producers are reminded to check their stored grain to make sure it is not going out of condition. burt county extension educator john wilson says the grain will never be in better condition than the day it was put in the bin. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. jessica rae: coming up in sports....iowa hosted purdue looking for the season sweep of the boiler- makers...alex has the highlights
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come back. scott:
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surprise you. 78-percent of americans look forward to super bowl commercials -- more than the game. that's according to a san francisco ad agency survey of one-thousand people. anheuser-busch released a short teaser of their bud light ad that will play during the game. comic amy schumer and actor seth rogen... suiting up. and this funny clip falls in line with another of the study's findings. 95-percent of those surveyed said they'd rather see commercials with humor. anheuser-busch has been the exclusive beer advertiser during
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jessica rae: turning now to some local sports action since iowa's loss to iowa state, the hawkeyes have won eight straight games, including six consecutive conference wins... could they keep it rolling against purdue? alex walker joins us now with more. dating back to last season, the hawkeye hoopsters have won twelve straight conference games..... that streak is iowa's longest since the 1969-70 season. 46 years, hawkeye fans.....this team is legit! carver-hawkeye arena sold out for sunday's matinee with 22nd-ranked purdue....iowa looking for the season sweep. coming off a career-high 29 points against rutgers....peter jok hits the jumper......he finished with 13..... and how about this sequence....jarrod uthoff stuffed by caleb swanigan....the big man runs the floor and dishes to a.j. hammons for the lay-in.....purdue led by two at the break... second half now....mike gesell spots up and hits the triple....the senior makes it 38-35 hawkeyes....... uthoff on fire again.......you could make the case that he's an all- american......22 points
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iowa began the second half on a 23-6 seven different uthoff with the flush! the hawkeyes polish 71......iowa is 7-0 in big ten play for the first time since 1970; same matchup on the ladies side in west lafayette...the hawkeyes have won the last two meetings... pick it up 2nd quarter, boilermakers up 13! but the hawks heat up.... christina buttenham spots up drains the three. then from the same side, tania davis sinks the triple. and one more from alexa kas-taw-nek. hawks within 6! then it's kas-taw-nek down to chase coley. iowa within one. and they trailed by three at halftime 2nd half, iowa cuts it to 1 as whitney jennings drops in the floater. but that's as close as they would come. dominique mcbryde with the deuce. hawks lose their 3rd in a row, 90-73. nebraska wrestling is ranked 11th in the country, but they have lost two straight matches. the huskers returned home on sunday looking to end their skid against number two iowa. a new home dual record three thousand five hundered and ninety two fans at sundays big ten showdown in
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starting at 125... iowa's thomas 2nd....takes care of tim lambert 10-4 hawks take the early moving on to 133... eric montoya lost to 3rd-ranked cory clark of iowa by decision... and got all up in his grill after the match.....dont think these teams like each other.. == 141 huskers pick up their only win in the 1st 5 matches....a series of takedowns...... anthony abidin takes down topher carton 7-6... iowa ahead 6-3 == 157....it gets chippy... tyler berger runs over edwin cooper after the whistle huskers lose a team point on unsportsmanlike conduct it wouldn't matter in the long run....iowa stays perfect with the 21-11 win. thats it for sports. have a great rest of your morning. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. we have
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morning due to freezing drizzle and fog. a winter weather advisory is in effect until midnight and a dense fog advisory is out through at least 6 am. visbility is reduced with light blowing in and temps in the upper 20s and lower 30s. here's the dayplanner where we introduce snow this afternoon and the temperature will gradually sink. lukas: thanks scott... freezing drizzle and fog. a winter weather advisory is in effect until midnight and a dense fog advisory is out through at least 6 am. visbility is reduced with light northerly winds blowing in and temps in the upper 20s and lower 30s. here's the dayplanner where we introduce snow this afternoon and the temperature will gradually sink. lukas: thanks scott... gas prices are still falling fast, but how long will
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abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan have the latest. good mornin topping "amemerica's mey" -- the lowest gas prices in seven years. >> it's down eight cents over the lt two weeks to a national average of $1.83 a gallon. lower in some areas. oducts shipped by truck are getting cheaper. some air fairs * well. "the revenant" was number one at the box office this week end. >> hundreds of theaters were closed due to the storm. "star wars" was in second. and "ride along 2" was in third. wilson tweeted these images.
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eekend's blizzard ... while a concern for some ... was no match for virginia's national guard. they sprung into action to help emergency workers get to their jobs. cnn's khiree stewart has the story. " neither wind, nor rain, nor snow can stop these big wheels from rolling... (sgt. rick hyde, virginia national guard) "it takes a lot to get our vehicles stopped." over the weekend, these four members of the virginia national guard have been on a mission. they're trying to keep emergency services running by
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workers like ashley broughman home, so they don't risk driving through the snow. (ashley broughman, emergency worker) "we're able to help on the side of the scared and they're able to talk to me get to work." in their two humvees, they've been transporting nurses and doctors work at hospitals, and even transported blood for the american red cross. (sgt. rick hyde, virginia national guard) "it keeps your critical workers, your first responders, your dispatchers, your state troopers...it keeps them out of way, but that's why we all volunteered." sergeant rick hyde says they were activated when the governor declared emergency. (sgt. rick hyde, virginia national guard) "he adds us into his realm to keep the state running safely and keep the residents of virginia safe." ...and so far they've missions in just the (sgt. rick hyde, virginia national
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is my neighbor and i'm out here helping my neighbors to the best of my ability and my fellow soldiers are doing the same thing," broughman says it wasn't a typical ride from work, but... thing," broughman says it wasn't a typical ride missions until the state of emergency is lifted. lukas: one man's visit to new zealand's bay of islands ended with an unusual discovery. a fisherman who travels to the bay every summer for a snorkeling trip, found something new this year -- a fish with legs! the curious creature is called a frog-fish...which is a type of anglerfish, and is an unusual sight in new zealand. this fish can not only walk -- but also possesses a strong bite that's quite quick -- with its jaws' speed compared to that of a 22- caliber bullet....however, the fish itself is not a strong swimmer. the new creature likely arrived in new zealand waters as a result of being pushed down from the tropics during storms. lukas: scott: lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat
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lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat scott:a system is going to slide through today spreading in ice and drizzle this morning followed by 1 to 2 inches of snow. as we move into the middle of the week, temperatures are going to soar above normal with highs in the upper 30s and even 40s! we should be able to melt away some of our frozen precipitation. today's high is 31 and we'll have foggy conditions plus drizzle which is going to freeze and stick to roadways followed by snow. the overnight low is 20 with snow ending by midnight. 28 is tomorrow's high with gradual clearing. here's the 7 day forecast. lukas: scott: followed by 1 to 2 inches of snow. as we move into the middle of the week, temperatures are going to soar above
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even 40s! we should be able to melt away some of our frozen precipitation. today's high is 31 and we'll have foggy conditions plus drizzle which is going to freeze and stick to roadways followed by snow. the overnight low is 20 with snow ending by midnight. 28 is tomorrow's high with gradual clearing. here's the 7 day forecast. lukas: scott: followed by 1 to 2 inches of snow. as we move into the middle of the week, temperatures are going to soar above normal with highs in the upper 30s and even 40s! we should be able to melt away some of our frozen precipitation. today's high is 31 and we'll have foggy conditions plus drizzle which is going to freeze and stick to roadways followed by snow. the overnight low is 20 with snow ending by midnight. 28 is tomorrow's high with gradual clearing. here's the 7 day forecast. lukas: scott: lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott
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