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we have far wawaer temperatures than this same time yesterday at 15 to 2 degrees higher! the wind is from the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. here's the planner where we're headed for a cooler afternoon. your full forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " " " " safety is a we have far warmer temperatures than this same time yesterday at 15 to 25 degrees higher! the wind is from the " " safety is a priority for one siouxland town as they take precautions when it comes to swapping goods... " " plus...a norfolk school was put on lockdown yesterday we'll have more coming up " " and a group of people created a
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save a truck driver on a pennsylvania turnpike ... these stories and more coming up on abc9 news this morning good morning siouxland and thanks for joining us ... i am lukas voss ... lukas: selling and trading items online has become extremely popular through swap pages and tes like craigslist. but ... if you're meeting up with strangers to swap goods... there are risks. which is why local law officials in le mars are trying to keep people safe. abc9's bria bell has the story "this is just another piece of added security of keeping surroundings so that the bad guys aren't coming to your home," said king. in the era of online swap meets and websites like craigslist people are increasingly becoming victims of scams and assualts after meeting in public places even like parknknlots, so... "le mars police department is offering their location as a spot for residents to buy and sell items, also known as a transaction safe place," said bell.
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been some violence associated with people that buys stuff off of the internet, such as craigslist and all that and we want to provide a safe place for them to exchange the articles that they're buying," said king. if requested, the department is offering services such as identifing the other parties involved in transactions and verify if items are stolen by checking a serial number. residents in the community say they think it's a good idea and a way to be on the front end of a potential crime. "that's an awesom idea...if those facilities for the department opens...it will reduce and probably deminish to the point of non existance, the possiblity of being robbed or being hurt whileconducting the transaction. you never know," said navarro. "if it was said, if it was broadcasted on the site, i think it
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in lemars, bria bell abc 9 news. lukas: a morningside student looking to bring his parents to sioux city for his graduation has met his goal. friends set up a go fund me page for paul johnson, the student body presesent at morningside college. his parents ve never been tthe u-s, but were hoping to raise $4,000 to see their son accept his diploma. the money will be used to apply for passports for both of johnson's parents who are currently in nigeria. morningside graduates will be walking for commencement on may 14th. lukas: local authorities are looking for for a man who is now on escape status after not returning to his work release program. they are loking for 26 year old jacob michael petty, after he failed to report tuesday petty is serving time for robbery. this past october he was transfered to the work release program. anyone with information is asked to contact
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yesterday afternoon ... russell roberts jr. was found guilty of vehicular homicide in the death of tiffany schmitt... as well as two counts of driving under the influence resulting in serious boboly harm otwo of the other passengers. according to court documents, roberts was intoxicated and speeding which caused him to lose control of the vehicle.. the car crashed and overturned in rural dakota county schmitts family was in the courtroom awaiting roberts sentencing. "he has not appologized accept for today, it was nice to hear but i think it's just the beginning" lukas: roberts was sentenced to a minimum of 10 years in pririon and his drivivs license is reveved for 15 yearsrs lukas: police are on the lookout for a suspect involved in an armed robbery yesterday in norfolk. authorties say the man walked into the hampton inn..... taking an undisclosed amount of cash before getting away on foot. the suspect is described as a male, standing about 5 foot 9 inches tall.
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the armed robery is urged to contact norfolk's police division. schools in norfolk were locked down for rt of the day, as a a ecaution. lukas new developments in the manhunt for those three escaped jail inmates in california officials have made arrests in connection with the escape. abc news was the first inside the maximum security prison - getting a look at the roof where authorities say the inmates cut through barbed wire and rappelled down - using rope made from bed sheets. court documents reveal more about the escape, claiming the men sawed through a door to the plumbing system - then fashioned a rope sling so they could pull themselves through the ventilation tunnels. the arrests tonight - not of the suspects themselves ...but the sheriff says these people are already familiar to the justice system. sandra hutchens / orange county sheriff " we have made about five arrests - and we are going to be making additional arrests throughout this evening and probably into
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the sheriff says law enforcement is focusing on a a vietnamese gang g right now two of t t escapeesave strong gang ties. and officials are still looking into whether the inmates had any "inside" help. when the jail was originally built - it housed lesser criminals. today, seventy percent are there on felonies. " " coming up....a group of people created a human chain to save one truck driver after his rig went off the road. stay tuned to hear their heroic tale. scott: 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 being g ck with us. hihis yesterday ballooned into the40s throughout most of the region. the stormcast hd shows that we have a weak cold front boundary parked nearby. a wind from the sse turns westerly tomorrow and with less snow coverage, we should see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39 under partly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 23. tomorrow's high is 47 with mostly sunny conditions. here's a peek at your 7 day forecast. lukas scott: most of the region. the stormcast hd shows that we have a weak cold front boundary parked nearby. a wind from the sse turns
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and with less snow coverage, we should see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39 under partly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 23. tomorrow's high is 47 with mostly sunny conditions. here's a peek at your 7 day forecast. most of the region. the stormcast hd shows that we have a weak cold front boundary parked nearby. a wind from the sse turns westerly tomorrow and with less snow coverage, we should see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39 under partly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 23. most of the region. the stormcast hd shows that we have a weak cold front boundary parked
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the sse turns westerly tomorrow d with less snow coverage, we should d see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39 under partly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 23. tomorrow's high is 47 with mostly sunny lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott t chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat chat lukas and scott in precarious will come together to help someone in need. human chain to successfully save a trucker from falling off a snowy pennsylvania turnpike. now, the man who took a picture of that chain is telling his story
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"it was an incredible act of courage by a group of strangers on the pennsylvania turnpike. (arlyn satanek/truck driver) " we're trying to help this driver. diesel fuel everywhere. the truck's smoking. it's a dangerous scene." the storm was intensifying. the driver lost control of his rig near bedford. the truck dangling perilously off the highway. arlyn n tanek, a driver with pleasant trucking, scaled down theheill, checking on the driver. (arlyn satanek/truck driver) "i didn't hear anyone from the top of the hill say anything. i didn't hear anyone come up with a plan. i just saw it happen." what happened next nearly brought him to tears. (arlyn s sanek/truck driver) "to me it looked l le this spontaneous instinctive thing
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together." the driver was hurt, but arlyn didn't interfere with the chain of helping hands. instead, he stepped back and snapped this picture. (arlyn satanek/truck driver) "i just knew i had to get a picture. i want to remember this because this is amazing. this is inspiring." this was the beginning of nearly 48 hours of trouble on the turnpike. down the road, traffic would again come to a halt, where some drivers were stranded for 30 hours. for this father, his mind was on getting home in one piece. his heart warmed by what unfolded on a cold, snowy pennsylvania highway. (arlyn satanek/truck driver( "when it comes down to it, and someone is in a catastrophic, dangerous situation, for most people, i think their instinct is i gotta help." " " " luka coming up....one dad got in big trouble for taking something away from his twelve year old daughter... find out what happened... up next " " lukas: and....donald the ducker? find out what donald trump is being called after he backed out of this
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finally been served... after a fight over a simple cell phone...went before a judge. jeff paul reports. "a knock on the door at 2 in the morning and ronald jackson finds himself in handcuffs heading
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phone. (ronald jackson/father) " i couldn't believe they couou go to this extxtt for a cell phone. ititidn't seem right." jackson says in 20-13 when his daughter was 12 he discovered a text on her phone he found "rude" regarding another woman. so he took it away. (ronald jackson/father) "i was being a parent. you know, a child does something wrong, you teach them what's right. you tell them what they did wrong and you give them a punishment to show them they shouldn't being doing that but when jackson's ex-wife found out..whose spouse e a grand prairie police officer...the cop were called to get it back. jackson refused. (ronald jackson/father) "i didn't want to police department telling me how to parent my child. it made no sense to me for them to show up and make a big deal out of someing that was a small thing." jackson was given a citation and plenty of opportunity to hand over the phone according to police. a year and a half later though a warrant was issued and jackson was charged with misdemeanor theft. (ronald jackson/father) "why would you need to
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that? don't you have better things to do as a police officer? aren't there bigger crimes in the city to go take care of?" " lukas: a dallas county judge ruled on tuesday that there wasn't enough evidence to prove theft had occurred and found jackson not guilty. jackson's ex-wife said the phone was not his property to take in the first place. lukas: watch out donald trump... whenen front- ruruer ducks a debaba, he better be preparerefor a lot of c cticism. cnn's jeanne moos reports on donald the ducker donald. ducks. do it, opponents quacking. no shows get no respect. since trump opted out, one commenter suggested fox news podium with a potato toupee." chair is the usual no-show,
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of spain ... to american talk shows. (nats) (jeanne moos/new york) " so will fox drag out an extra podium and leave it smack in center stage to shame the donald?" no! fox news has confirmed to cnn that it will not set up an empty lectern. so at least the donald won't get "eastwooded"....as when clint addressed an empty chair representing president obama. (clint eastwood/aor/dire ctor) " what do you want me to tell romney? i can't tell him to do that. he can't dthat to himself (laughter)" but it's not just no shows who get reproached by the empty podium, it's late shows too. (nats) a few seconds delay at the rest room sure put the p i i podium. (nats) (jeanne moos/new york) "as if an empty podium isn't enough of a rebuke, imagine adding a moment of
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silence.' a candidate for president of argentina.... (nats) used 30 seconds of his time in silence to draw attention to the empty podium of the leading candidate who refused to debate and lost. but donald trump take heart.... at least t if you don't show up at a podium... (nats) you can't take it with you as italy's former prime minister did...and like the donald, he kept talking. jeanne moos cnn new york " 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 lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott
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scott:good morning siouxland. temperatures are in the 30s throughout most of siouxland. we have far warmer temperatures than this same time yesterday at 15 to 25 degrees higher! the wind is from the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. here's the planner where we're headed for a cooler afternoon. we have far warmer temperatures than this same time yesterday at 15 to 25 degrees higher! the wind is from the northwest at 10 to 20
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d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, hamilton blvd and outer drive... so again... mind that speed. " " lukas: coming up... jenna brings us an update on little jack miltenberger in this weeks your
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adolescents are obese. to help fight that growing epidemic, a new program aims to educate kids on reading food labels. martha shade has the details in today's health minute. "(nats) "so if you're going to have a rainbow on your plate what do you have to do? you have to have a lot of fruits and vegetables. bingo awesome. these children are getting a crash course in nutrition called "kids n fitness" at childrens hospital los angeles. for six-weeks, the kids spend 90-minutes a week learning healthier lifestyle. (megan lipton- fiess) " they're learning way that is meaningful to them, they go on a they learn how to measure out grams of sugars, they considered a healthy plate based on the guidelines." focuses on sugar and identifying how consuming. (emily millen/project coordinator, children's hospital los angeles) " all of the information corresponds to one serving and a lot of times people are servings. so they to multiply all of
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servings that you're eating." the program also stresses the importance of exercise... and encouraging each other during the workouts. some of the kids say that's the best part. "my favorite part would be going down and playing games because i actually like move and not just sit down." "when we go exercise because i have a lot of movement, not just sit around all day." for today's health minute, i'm martha shade. " lukas: an exciting update to a your health matters story we shared with you a couple months ago. jack, miltenberger, a two-year-old from elk point, is finally healthy enough to come home after spending most of his life in a special hospital in ohio. jack was born several weeks early and has had trouble breathing on his own. but, there's still one thing standing in the way of jack's homecoming. abc9 news anchor jenna rehnstrom has an update on his journey.
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crawl. becky, the physical therapist, says, "his arms are a little bit week to hold his whole upper body up." through some careful physical therapy, jack is making improvements during his time at lifescape in sioux falls, which serves kids and adults with disabilities. "big, big boys!" becky says. it's been a a ng road for the miltenberger family. earlier this month, after two years in the hospital, jack was strong enough to leave a facility in ohio to come home. but, he's still not quite there. erin miltenberger says, "there's just certain steps we have to climb to get there, and we're down to one." that final hurdle is having a team of nurses in-place to work with jack at his home in elk point. jack needs care 24/7, and with nurses in high-demand, filling that need is proving to be a challenge. heather robinson, a clinical nurse manager with universal pediatrics, is working with jack's family to make it happen. she's a nurse herself and has experienced the rewarding impact home health has for
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benefit of home health is that you do get that one-on-one interaction with that patient; you get to make a tangible difference in that child's life and see them grow." erin says, "go wonder pets... yay!!!" heather says in addition to personal care and managing jack's breathing equipment, a lot of his needs will be met through some good playtime. that will meet the needs of jack's parents, too. they just want their family together... ben miltenberger says, "it'll be nice to just walk downstairs [and have him there], and not have to travel anywhere." erin says, "i'm really looking forward to going to bed and knowing he's under our same roof." lukas: nurses hired to take care of jack will be specifically trained for his needs, that includes training for his trach and ventillator. if you're interested in finding out more, or know someone that might want to apply, we have all the information on this story at siouxland matters dot com.
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lukas: coming up.... as caucuses inch closer... campaigns are heating up. we will have more right here on your local election headquaters scott:
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port neal welding company skycam hd. highs yesterday ballooned into the 40s throughout most of the region. currently, we are still enjoying some nice temperatures stationed in the 30s. we have a breezy northwest wind at 10 to 20 miles per hour. this makes it feel like it's in the teens and 20s, so bundle up! the satellite and radar shows some clds dipping in from north to south. the stormcast hd shows that we have a weak cold front
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nearby. a wind from the sse turns westerly tomorrow and with less snow coverage, we should see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39 under partly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 23. tomorrow's high is 47 with mostly sunny conditions. here's a peek at your 7 day forecast. highs yesterday ballooned into the 40s throughout most of the region. currently, we are still enjoying some nice temperatures stationed in the 30s. we have a breezy northwest wind at 10 to 20 miles per hour. this makes it feel like it's in the teens and 20s, so bundle up! the sateite and radar shows some clouds dipping in from north to south. the
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that we have a weak cold front boundary parked nearby. a wind from the sse turns westerly tomorrow and with less snow coverage, we should see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39 under partly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 23. tomorrow's high is 47 with mostly sunny conditions. here's a peek at your 7 day forecast. highs yesterday ballooned into the 40s throughout most of the region. currently, we are still enjoying some nice temperatures stationed in the 30s. we have a breezy northwest wind at 10 to 20 miles per hour. this makes it feel like it's in the teens and 20s, so bundle up! the satellite and radar shows some clouds dipping in from north to
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stormcast hd shows that we have a weak cold front boundary parked nearby. a wind from the sse turns westerly tomorrow and with less snow coverage, we should see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on 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 lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas: last week we brought you the story of an iowa 11 year old who's campaigning for hillary clinton. yesterday, george got to meet her in person.
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yesterday at the jewish federation event in des moines and george got to ask her about her policies. clinton says she was overwhelmed with his political prowess. i was thrilled to meet george because he's kind of a legend in our iowa campaign, he's our youngest most consistent volunteer, hes 11 years old, he comes to our headquarters, makes phone calls, i met him today at an event he asked a very good question about syrian refugees. he's a very impressive young man. lukas: hillary clinton did a few days ago.... and now senator bernie sanders had the opportunity to meet with president barack obama. he says the president has been very fair with the democratic candides by not throwing his full support behind any one of them. after his visit sanders was asked if he did in fact ask the potus for an official endorsement. what the president has tried to do, what vice president biden has tried to do is to be as even-handed as they can be, and i
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other day about a political interview where he was tipping the scale toward secretary clinton. i don't believe that at all. sanders says he had a productive meeting with the president, in which they discussed a series of issues -- from politics to domestic policy. the meeting comes as polls show sanders and clinton head to head in iowa, just days ahead of the first-in-the-nation caucuses. lukas a local group of women took advantage of the nice weather outside yesterday rallying for presidential candidate bernie sanders the woodbury county women sanders up shop on gordon drive to vermont senator. says she wants why she's backing bernie. " i've noticed in the media alot of people have been saying males that are sanders and we just want to show that there's alot of people that's diverse, not only race but social economic and gender." says tisha dumkrieger.
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is one many americans can relate to and support lukas: the latest quinnipiac university poll shows sanders, once again edging out early frontrunner hillary clinton in iowa... but only by a few points. sanders gets 49 per-cent support in this poll coming in four per-cent ahead of clinton. former maryland governor martin o'malley has four percent. lukas: a first term nebraska senator is questioning trump's authenticity when it comes to keeping an oath. republican senator ben sasse, who's currently campaigning for marco rubio and ted cruz says he has issues with trump's character and trustworthiness. whether or not the be our next oath to the believes that oath binds him." sasse also decision to fox news debate being held tomorrow night. trump will be in sioux city sunday for a campaign rally at the orpheum theatre. lukas: it seems trump is
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hawkeye. but, that's not sitting well with some iowa fans. former and current students athletes presented trump with a number one hawkeye jersey. it wasn't an official iowa football jersey, but some are raising questions if that's appropriate. the university released a statement explaining student-athletes are encouraged to participate in the political process as individuals and don't reflect the opinion of the university. lukas: at that same event... trump faced a new type of protester...one who threw... tomatoes. 28-year old andrew alemao was arrested by u-of-i police after he hurled two tomatoes at the republican candidate. trump was speaking to a couple of thousand people at the u of i field house. secret service took alemao into custody and he faces a disorderly conduct charge, he also faces a possible 625 dollar fine and/or 30 days of imprisonment. lukas: g-o-p hopeful ben carson is adding his name to the list of candidates in souxland this weekend.
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college on saturday at the campus center. that's at three o'clock. he's one of seven presidential candidate who've announced campaign stops in the area this weekend. for a full list of who's where... head to siouxland- matters-dot-com. lukas: and here's a look at the iowa caucus media center. 16-hundred journalists and crews from around teh world are converging in des moines for the big day. getting there days in advance to be prepared for the hectic night. our very own tim seaman will be in des moines reporting live from the headquarters beginning friday. lukas: and dont forget, tune in right here on abc9 news at 5, 6 and 10 monday for full caucus coverage. we'll have live reports from several precincts and tim seaman will be in des moes giving us live updates from the state's capitol. lukas: now to an interesting story out of washington d-c. the senate was in session after the east coast blizzard but there were quite a few missing... all of the men to be specific! only women
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up for work ... it appears all of the male senators took the day off. one senator praised her female colleagues for braving the conditions and actually showing up to work. u.s. house of representatives canceled all votes until next week. lukas: the norfolk city council will hold a special session tomorrow... here's susan risinger with the details. " the norfolk city council will meet in special session tomorrow morning, and among items on the agenda will be consideration of a $1-million incentive for oct pipe. the money would come from keno revenue, which may be used for community betterment projects. oct pipe expects to hire 180 employees with an annual payroll in excess of $13-million. a bus full of area residents will travel to lincoln monday for northeast nebraska day. norfolk chamber president participants will
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lawmakers, talking about issues of importance to the area. and northeast community college has once again been named one of the nation's top 150 community colleges by the aspen institute. ten finalists will be named this fall, with the winner announced in 2017. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix." lukas: coming up in sports...briar cliff hosted northwestern in a g-pac doubleheader. stay tuned for all the action from the hardod after the break. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast...
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football player. researchers say 27-year old tyler sash suffered from degenerative brain disease representatives told family members that the disease was in an advanced stage ... rarely seen in someone his age. tyler sash was found dead in his oskaloosa home in september following an accidental mixture of painkillers. c-t-e is caused by repeated head trauma.... sash experienced 5 documented concussions during his football career lukas: busy one on the our local colleges. here's chris with the action from briar cliff. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody...briar cliff hosted northwestern last night. the charger men have won a school-record 17 straight games and climbed to number 3 in the country. last night they were looking for the season sweep of northwestern. early on...colton kooima with the nice drive to the rim, the red raiders take the early lead. but shane graves can do that too...he hesitates and gets to the rack to tie things up. then it's his
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aust lefler knocking down back to back threes...bcu takes a 14-6 lead. northwestern chips away though...kooima hits the pullup to get the raiders within six. but the conference player of the week, clay harreld answers with a three pointer of his own to go up 9. on the other end, riley francis, rattles home the fall away from close range. but make it 18 in a row for briar cliff...auin homan gets two...chargers win it, 99-91 the same match up in the womens game, bcu looking for some revenge against the raiders who beat them in orange city. in the third quarter, renee maneman finds darbi gustafson down low...that ties things up at 30. then the chargers get out on the break...after some nice passing, lexi henschke lays it
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outside...emily kay sinks the three pointer...she was three of three from deep. but back comes northwestern...katy kuiper gets the layup and the red raiders take the lead. then morgan vandersloot, drives and gets the three point play...northwestern goes up 48-42. late in the quarter...mckenzie shipley, knocks down the triple of her own...they trailed by 3 after three. then in the fourth, morgan hanson, gets the rebound, the basket, and the bonus. chargers come back and win it, 70-66. that will do it for your check on sports...have a great day everybody.
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scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. temperatures are in the 30s throughout most of siouxland. we have far warmer temperatures than this same time yesterday at 15 to 25 degrees higher! the wind is from the northwhwt at 10 to 20 miles per hour. here's the planner where we're headed for a cooler afternoon. lukas thanks scott... we have far warmer temperatures than this same time yesterday at 15 to 25 degrees higher! the wind is from the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. here's the planner where we're headed for a cooler afternoon. your check on sports...have a great day everybody. this same time yesterday at 15 to 25 degrees higher! the wind is from the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. here's the planner
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... euthenasia, or assisted suicide. and some iowa lawmakers are fighting for iowans' rights to have the choice to end their life if they're terminally ill and suffering. amanda krenz has more from des moines. "a room full of say compassion and yellow stickers showing support called the death christine 15:21 i don't slow and painful death, i want this bill passed before it's my time. my family and friends want this bill to be passed. john 19:48 i believe it is a basic human right to choose not only how we live, but also how we die. some who spoke at the capitol have terminal illnesses, others have worked with terminally ill patients. wendy 17:03 i've experienced husbands, wives,
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with their physicians to ease the suffering of their loved one. this 45 year old woman, jennifer holm from ankeny is battling two terminalllnesses. jennifer 29:20 i don't want to drag out the inevitable for weeks or months wishing it would end soon because i'm being tortured. holm has an 18 year son and says he's seen her at her worst. she may only have e year left to live and wants s be able to call the shots so neither she nor her family suffer. jennifer 42:03 this way i have control over when it ends." at the statehouse, amanda krenz, " lukas: the victims of the holocaust were being remembered in ceremonies around the world yesterday. january 27th is international
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memorial day. it's also the 71st anniversary of the liberation of auschwitz... the nazi's largest concentration camp. it is estimated that at least one million people died there. on this day in 19- 45-- seven- thousand prisoners were liberated by soviet soldiers. lukas: today marks the 30th anniversary of the challenger tragedy. nasa will pay tribute to the crews of apollo 1 and space shuttles challenger and columbia, as well as other nasa colleagues, during the agency's day of remembrance. seven members of the challenger crew died on the morning of january 28, 1986, when a booster engine failed, causing the shuttle challenger to break apart just 73 seconds after launch. lukas scott: 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 wind from see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39 under partly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 23. tomorrow's high is 47 with mostly sunny conditions. here's a peek at your 7 day forecast. see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39 under partly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 23. tomorrow's high is 47 with mostly sunny nditions. here's a peek at your 7 day forecast. see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39
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skies. the overnight low is 23. totorrow's high is with mostly sunny conditions. here's a peek at your 7 day see temperatures shoot even higher into the upper 40s. we'll stay there on saturday despite increasing clouds. today's high is 39 under partly cloudy skies. the overnight low is 23. tomorrow's high is 47 with mostly sunny conditions. here's a peek at your 7 day forecast. lukas scott: lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat
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we have far warmer temperatures than this same time yesterday at 15 to 25 degrees higher! the wind is from the northwest at 10 to 20
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