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pretty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be in the mid to upper 40s. your full forecast is coming up - your news starts now! morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30s west. the wind is pretty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be in the mid to upper 40s. your full forecast is coming up - your news starts now! " " " " coming up this morning on abc 9 news... we have the latest details from oregon as the standoff continues ... " " plus... a sioux city woman was arrested for prostitution this week and it seems to be a growing problem in iowa... " " and... iowa has been the first in the nation caucus for years... but why does iowa matter? we will bring you these stories and
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morning. good morning siouxland and thanks for joining us on this friday ... i am lukas voss .. lukas: as law enforcement continues to deal with the standoff in oregon ... the leader of the anti-government protesters issued a new message.. calling on remaining militia members to end their protest. abc's elizabeth hur is in new york with the latest developments. " " three more protesters.. under arrest and each facing one federal felony count of conspiracy.. and to those still occupying the federal land in oregon.. a message from the group's leader.. ammon bundy.. now speaking out from jail.. through his attorney. ((sot)) michael arnold, ammon bundy's attorney: "i love you. let us take this fight from here. please stand down." bundy and seven others were taken into custody yesterday.. another member, lavoy finicum was shot and killed by law enforcement following a traffic stop. ((sot))
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ward,harney county: " it didn't have to happen. we all make choices in life. sometimes our choices go bad." authorities.. so far.. giving no details about the deadly shooting.. but this morning.. conflicting acunts are emerging about how he died. ((sot)) cliven bundy, rancher: "lavoy finicum, they have murdered him.. he had his hands in the him." ((sot)) mark mcconnell, eyewitness: "he charged at the law enforcement with remaining militants.. now surrounded by federal agents.. local residents echo bundy's pleas to his supporters.. it's time to go home. ((sot)) cheryl smith, burns resident: "i'm just kind of upset that bundy and his group didn't listen to the majority of the people said 'go home." liz tag: reportedly, there are as few as " " just four militants now out at the compound.. as for the deadly shooting.. police say.. a full investigation is now underway. eh, abc news, ny. lukas:
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claimed the life of one man. the dakota county sheriff's office says the accident occured on the1500 block of dakota drive ... when a car hit a pedestrian. as police arrived on the scene they discovered 73 year old pablito perea- ybarra of south sioux city, dead ... authorities are still investigating the accident. lukas: a sioux city woman has been arrested for soliciting sex acts at a local motel. police say 30 year old consuela williams was arrested after using a website known for prostitution advertisements to offer sexual services in exchange for money. williams was caught after sioux city police carried out a sting operation at her motel room at the palmer house. she's being held at the woodbury county jail on a thousand dollar bond lukas: and illegal prostitution has become an increasing problem across the state. esepcially sex trafficking claims hundreds of victims each year. reporter gretta patrick has more on the organization that is working to
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cathy o'keeffe is the executive director of braking traffic... an organization that trafficking through legislation... and through public cathy director, braking much a newly recognized crime, it's a hidden crime, so everyone to start talking about this, forefront. already worked with officers and davenport rotary... telling them which behaviors are signs of sex trafficking.... they see it... organization to partner with braking traffik... local hotels... denise browning manages the stoney creek hotel... denise browning/ gm of stoney creek hotel: we don't really know how to help, and it's like, as a hotelier, i think we all feel that way. general managers, owners, and line staff, i think we all want to know if we see this happen, what do we do?" o'keeffe told us nationwide... there are 100 thousand victims of human trafficking... and when braking traffic checks online ads for local
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they find is shocking... o'keeffe/exectutive director, braking traffic: we have hundreds of ads that are posted daily thousands across the state, advertising young for sex. browning says her staff at the stoney creek hotel is looking forward to traffik... denise browning/ gm of stoney creek hotel: it just felt like all the right things to do for our guests and for everybody who walks into the doors of the hotels. she says the training will help all of her public safety and iowa's major crimes unit has partnered with the f-b-i and other law enforcement organizations to execute two search warrants on the campus's of the midwest adademy and the midwest treatment center. these warrants come after police recieved word of an alleged sexual abuse case involving a staff member and a former student at the academy. the midwest academy is a therapeutic boarding school that enrolls students from across the nation and around the world. at this time, no charges have
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arrests have been made. we will be updating this story throughout the day so keep checking in to siouxland- matters-dot-com for thlatest information. lukas: iowa residents seem to be getting healthier. the iowa healthiest state initiative announced today that the state is now considered the 14th healiest in the nation... up from 16th a year ago. that's according to the new gallup- healthways well- being index. the index is based on people's overall well- being, not only fitness, but financial security and quality of life. lukas: camp high hopes is celebrating one of their volunteers for his services last year the 3rd annual camp volunteer recognition celebration was held yesertday at the camp's meadowlark lodge in sioux city. and this year's recipient of volunteer of the year 2015? alex castillo ... kristin burbank was awarded the special event volunteer of the year award. " high hopes could volunteers, they are componentof our all the hours they put in day in and day
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successful in providing the services that we do." says ceo of camp high hopes ali langseth. lukas: over 200 volunteers gave their time to help camp high hopes, helping give a fun summertime camp experience to disabled children teens and adults region. lukas: a newly-formed service group is ready to make another big siouxland non- profit. quarterly meeting at briar 100+ men who care, picked siouxland cares as the non-profit that they'll be supporting. last fall, the group was able to donate $7,000 to the warming shelter, and they hope this donation will be even bigger as they continue to add members. "it's just been a tremendous amount of support that we got and having the ability to have a huge impact for non- profit within the community has just been something really special and something i'm really proud to be part of and look forward to continuing to grow in the months and years ahead." says member chris barondeau. kas: every man in the group committs to writing a $100 check to the non-profit chosen on a quarterly basis.
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is planned for may. lukas: a new barbecue joint in town has taken the place of a fomer sioux city classic ... green gables crazy bob's maxiumum barbecue opened up on wednesday on the corner of pierce and 19th street, customers say that they are glad to see the former green gables building stay a restaurant, something owner bob larsen agrees with. " i don't want it to just look like a cookie cutter restaruant and it's got character. the location, green gables, has been a restaruant for a long time and i think it needed to stay restaruant and this part of the town could really use it." say owner bob larsen. lukas: larsen says that the exterior of e building is still being worked on but wants customers to come hungry and leave full. " " coming up.... why is iowa still the first caucus in the nation? find out the reason...up next. scott: we'll have...
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stormcast hd where we'll have some beautiful conditions today and tomorrowow with warm temperatures in the 40s. saturday will be the peak of our great warming
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the passage of some rain and snow but accumulations will be light. a storm system will approach on tuesday of next week with the potential of heavy snow. today will be warm with sun & clouds as afternoon highs work up to 46. the overnight low is 25 under partly cloudy skies. the high tomorrow is 47 with increasing clouds and more melting. here's your 7 day forecast. today and tomorrow with warm temperatures in the 40s. saturday will be the peak of our great warming
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the passage of some rain and snow but be light. a storm approach on tuesday of next week with the potential of heavy snow. today will be warm with sun & clouds as afternoon highs work up to 46. the overnight low is 25 under partly cloudy skies. the high tomorrow is 47 with increasing clouds and more melting. here's your 7 day 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: iowa is the center of the political universe right now. after months of speeches ... town halls ... and tv ads ... iowa voters are about make the first official decisions of the 2016 presidential contest. but why does iowa still get this first crack at the campaigns -- and how have their picks traditionally influenced the rest of the race? karin kay-fuh reports from des moines. "(hillary clinton, (d) presidential candidate) really good! from pork chops and burger flips -- (sen. marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate) are you flipping these with this or do you have tongs? butter cows to pizza ranch pop-ins. the presidential candidates have checked off all the iowa political rites of passage. and now voters here are poised to make the first decisions of the 20-16 race.iowa positioned itself first in 1972 -- and has held on since. it's state law.
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goldford says that amplifies iowa voice. (dennis goldford, drake university political science professor) " iowa isn't first because it's important. iowa is important because it's first. whoever is first by being first, will have extraordinary importance by being first compared to states that come along afterwards" for some candidates tagged as frontrunners for months -- iowa's hard numbers, brought hard reality. like howard dean's third-place finish in 2004. and hillary clclton in 2008. (karin caifa, des moines) " iowa has held on to its first-in-the- nation status, but its track record has been mixed. the iowa caucuses tell us a lot about the candidates, campaigns, and voters -- but not always who will win, in the long haul." iowa democrats did choose barack obama in 2008... (sen. barack obama, (d) presidential candidate) "we are one people. and our time for change has come" in 2004, they chose john kerry -- winner of the nomination, but loser in the general election.
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the main characters in the eventual election drama -- (gov. george w. bush, (r) presidential candidate) our message is one that resonates beyond iowa (vice president al gore) to the people of iowa, thank you. -- bush, versus gore. but mike huckabee won here in 2008, while eventual republican nominee john mccain came in fourth. and rick santorum edged mitt romney in 2012. and with home-statat sesetor tom harkin nning in 1992, bill l clinton only registered single- digit support. (dennis goldford, drake university political science professor) iowa does not pick the president. iowa doesn't even necessarily pick the party nominee. what iowa does is reveal unexpected strengths and unexpected weaknesses in the campaigns. with a mere six electoral votes in the general election, caucus day will pretty much end iowa's 20-16 stardom. it may also mean the end for some campaigns. but it's juju the beginning of the process, of choosing the next president of the united states. in des moines, iowa, i'm karin caifa. " " " lukas: coming up.... mysterious boxes have popped up in san francisco... but what are they for? stay tuned to find out.
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lukas: and....the latest on the affluenza teen ... ethan couch ... keep it here... we will be back in two
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francisco turns out to be a sensor that can detect a biological attack. the device -- which looks a little like an old-fashioned train whistle connected to locked boxes on wheels -- is an air sampling unit. it was installed as a part of the department of homeland security's super bowl security preparations ... leaving some resident concerned over it's apperance ... the device is a part of the bio- watch program ... costing tax payers more than a billion dollars. lukas: the texas boy-- known as the affluenza teen-- is back in the united states. ethan couch departed mexico city international airport yesterday. he's headed to dallas... where he will face charges. couch is wanted for skipping out on his probation officers and going to mexico with his mother. he gained nationwide attention when he-- at the age of 16-- was giving ten years probation in a d-w-i crash that killed four people. prosecutors are working to get couch's case moved from juvenile court... kas: ththiranian president's visit to francis paying off. just hours after a
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deal with frfnch car maker peugeot was announced, iran finalized a $25 billion agreement to buy 118 airbus planes. the agreement also includes pilot ... maintenance training and support services. 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 morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30s west. the wind is pretty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be in the mid to upper 40s. scott: here's a quick morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30s
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hour from the will be in the mid to upper 40s. morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30s west. the wind is pretty calm at about d-o-t traffificam's here at t many folks still waking up and starting their wowoday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, 27th street and 6th street. so again... mind that speed. " " lukas: is regular exercise the key to preventing some serious diseases? your health
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help combat weight gain. flavo-noids are natural compounds that appear in many types of produce, including strawberries, grapes and onions. the study, published in the journal b-m-j, followed more than 124-thousand middle-aged and elderly people. it found that those with diets rich in flavo-noid maintained their weight better ... some even lost a little weight. though the study focused on produce, flavonoid also appears in red wine and chocolate. lukas: we hear it all the time, but apparently we can't hear it enough: regular exercise is key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and preventing some diseases. now, some physicians have taken it one step further. they're recommending that health care
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actually prescribe exercise like they would medicine. jim morelli has today's health minute. " " (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) "there's no single treatment or intervention that can have as diverse benefits as exercise" the journal of the american medical association recently published a "call to action" its authors recommend that health care professionals prescribe exercise for all patients... calling it "one of the most important prescriptions a patient could receive." (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) studies have shown that when a health care professional a doctor or nurse advises a patient to adapt a healthy lifestyle behavior that patient is more likely to adapapthat the 'call to action" care professionals activity as a vital -- write a exercise -- and encourage record-keeping of how much daily activity is needed? hint: you don't have to run a marathon. (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) it can be as simple as walking for 30 miutes three times a week. consider all the diseases exercise can keep at bay.
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general hospital) high blood pressure, obesity, stroke, and the list goes no wonder doctors are increasingly saying... exercise "is" medicine. lukas: of course, it's always a good idea to check in with your doctor before starting an exercise program. and remember... can be built into your day.... as easy as parking far away from the store or taking the stairs. " " lukas: coming up....the and we have the latest on the presidential race. election up next.
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siouxland this morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30swest. the wind is pretty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be in the mid to upper 40s.s. hehe's the stormcast hd where
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beautiful conditions today and tomorrow with warm temperatures in the 40s. saturday will be the peak of our great warming trend. sunday morning, we'll have the passage e some rain andndnow but accumulations will be light. a storm system will approach on tuesday of next week with the potential of heavy snow. today sun & clouds as afternoon highs work up to 46. the overnight low is 25 under partly cloudy skies. the h hh tomorrow is s with increasing clouds s and more melting.
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morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30s west. the wind is pretty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be in the mid to upper 40s. here's the stormcast hd wherewe'll have some beautiful conditions today and tomorrow with warm temperatures in the 40s. saturday will be the peak of our great warming trend. sunday morning, we'll have the passage of some rain and snow but accumulatitis will be lighthta storm
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of next week with the potential of heavy snow. today will be warm with sun & clouds as afternoon highs work up to 46. the overnight low is 25 under partly cloudy skies. the high tomorrow is 47 with increasing clouds and more melting. . herere your 7 day forecast. 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 chat chat chat chat lukas and scott chat lukas: presidential elections always attract more voters than other election cycles ... and the same holds true for the iowa caucus. if the number of iowans registering to
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we could be looking at qui the turn-out as siouxlanders help pick the next president. deborah souverain has more after countless campaign phone calls, town halls, and debates.... iowans are gearing up to voice their choice for the presidential nominees. and this year, it looks like more iowans will be turning out to caucus on february first. the numbers that we've had, 560 anges and 144 new registrations," said mitchell. tim mitchell, secretary of the woodbury county gop, says because voters can opt for same-day registration the night of the caucus.... voter turnout is expected to be even higher than registration numbers show. "if i'm interpreting the numbers correctly we do expect a high turnout, " said mitchell" between jajaary first ananthe 28th alone.e.. more than -hundred people registered as democrats in iowa. in that same time period...close to 2- thousand republicans also signed up to participate in the nomination process. "people apparently are excited about the candidates, so
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and register," said bottaro. and whether you're democrat, republican, independent or undecided... political experts say voters are ready to be heard. on the democratic side i have to say this; we have a candidate that may be the first woman president, that gets people excited," said tim bottaro. " " have bernie sanders who has caught fire among young people and new people who haven't been involved in the process. the o'malley campaign as well," said bottaro. "well i think there are a lot of people that are angry out there about the way things are going; this is on both sides, democrats and republicans both," said tim mitchell "they're frustrated that nothing is getting done in washington and they want to see it changed," said mitchell. on monday... we'll have our first indication of which candidates will pick up momentum headed toward november. lukas: currently close to two million iowans have registered to vote across the state. mostly republican but the largest group of registered voters state- wide....are independents. if you don't have
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either party and would like to caucus... you do have to register as a republican or a democrat. lukas: just before the debate ... a twitter battle between trump and rereblican rival tetecruz unravelled withthruz calling on trump to face him inin "one on one" debe. the venue? western iowa tech community college in sioux city. cruz already has a campaign event scheduled for saturday at wit but last night he challenged trump to come to western iowa tech community college school representatives say they're not opposed ... but they weren't asked ahead of time ... creating problems for preparations. ""we would need to make sure that our security department was informed as to what was going on...it would be very unique for our campus to have that happen here, it would be very unique fororioux city as well, it's just that we are limited in our space here. i would think they would have an overwhelming response of people that would want to be here," said jasman. lukas: cruz said he would make 800 seats available to iowans for the
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campaign booked... that. lukas: much larger scale took place in des moines last ndidates battlelein their latest duel. absent however? the leader of the monday's caucuses. reports. " seven republican the main debate frontrunner missing. that didn't stop the candidates -- or the moderators -- from (megyn kelly/moderator): "let's address the room tonight. chosen not to (ted cruz/ (r) candidate): "i"m a maniac and everyone on this stage is and d n, you are a terrible surgeon. now that we'vegotten the donald trump portion out of the way." (laughs) earlier -- four lower polling candidates participated in a so- called undercard and set their sights on iowa. (mike huckabee/(r) candidate): "hello know me." (rick santorum/(r) presidential candidate): "the people of iowa, who i know pretty darn well, care about the
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to be the leader of the free world." (carly fiorina/(r) presidential candidate): "i'm going to put my faith in the common sense and the good judgment of the voters of iowa." also in iowa -- donald trump -- putting on an event he says will honor veterans. but not everyone supported the event (jim gilmore/(r) presidential candidate): "i am the only veteran bill and martha in this race and i'm not going to any donald trump event over across town on some sort of faux veteran sort of issues." two other republican presidential candidates -- who also won past iowa caucuses -- were in attendance. governor mike huckabee and senator rick santorum. the pennsylvania senator didn't comment on a potential a trump santorum ticket -- but said he won't bash his fellow contenders. (rick santorum/(r) presidential candidate):"i'm not going to to throw mud at anybody on this stage tonight." i'm mary moloney reporting . " marco rubio is coming to sioux city ahead of monday's caucus. his campaign announced he'll make a stop at
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that's at 9 in the morning with doors opening at 8:30 rubio also has events scheduled in council bluffs and ames ... that day. lukas: protesters in des moines were speaking out about a hot button issue this campaign cycle ... a minimum wage increase "nat pop- :03 outcue- "shut it down" " the group of fast food workers used tonight's debate in des moines as a platform to bring attention to their "fight for 15". activits say the republican's agendas s esn't support raising the minimum m ge. "fight for 15" groups havav organized rallies thorughout the country last year. " my only message is to get out to other workers and to the candidates that, if they want our vote, they need to support fifteen and a union. and, for the workers that feel that they don't get enough and they're scared, they have no reason to be scared. they should come out and protest with us." lukas: the protesters say they will be downtown for another demonstration during the debate. and republican candidates' campaigns have not responded to
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lukas: the president signed a presidential memorandum yesterday to create a white house task force that will tackle curing cancer. vice president joe biden, who lost his son beau to cancer, will lead the panel. the president pledged to initiate a government- wide push to cure cancer ...comparing it to the effort in the 19-60s to send a man to the moon. the vice president has said he plans to seek out both private and public resources. and the panel is expected to meet for the first time on monday.y. lukas: some budget woes are in norfolk nebraska's future, after an error on the state level. here's susan risinger with e details. " a candidate has announced plans to run for the ward 3 seat on the norfolk city council being vacated by mayoral candidate josh moenning. john robertson has been serving as the director of accounting servicece at northeast community college fofothe past seven ars. he and his wife also operate "natural littles" in
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because of a mistake made by the nebraska department of education, the norfolk public schools will have $1.3-million less money in its budget next year. because of that, the board of education voted yesterday to reduce the planned staffing increase from $550,000 to $107,000. workshops will be offered in bloomfield, o'neill and columbusext month to help liveveock producers tter manage marketing risk. presenters will be unl professors jay parsons and kate brooks and cedar county extension educator jim jansen. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix." lukas: coming up in sports...west hosted ninth- ranked spirit lake last night. find out if the wolverines could notch a win or if the indians could spoil the night. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast...
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they had a chahae to earn someme respect in a non- - conference battle with spirit lake. here's chris with the action from the wolverine den. palmquist--"good west came into last but the wolverines were in search of a statement win to prove they belong with the elite in class 5a. they had a chance for that when spirit lake came to town. the indians come in 3a and they get off macy smith finds erin backside...she lays it home for the early lead. but on the other end, nobododpicks up high three pointer finds the bottom of the net to one. late in the first...joie veldman dishes it off to anna brown for the triple, the indians led it 9-7 after one. but in the second...gors, gets it coast to coast for the lay in, , then maddy casillas, listed at 5-2, she
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wins it at home, 41-34. western valley conference tournament action, lawton-bronson hosting mvao. we pick it up in the fourth...andee martin gets cut off, she finds brooke hunwardsen down low though...eagles go up 20. and they put the pedal down...lexi binder...open down low and she won't miss from close range. then martin...just a freshman, knocking down the triple...that 20 point lead swells to 29. grow...ali verzani with the strong take to the rim...l-b goes
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mvao dscott: good morning siouxland. we've got a few clouds working through siouxland this morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30s west. the wind is prprty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be inhe mid to upper 40s. lukas siouxland this morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30s west. the wind is pretty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be in the mid to upper 40s. lukas siouxland this morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30s west. the wind is pretty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be in the mid to upper 40s. lukas thanks scott... circuit city is planning a triumphant return, after all its stores closed seven years ago. abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson
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hey, good morning. topping "america's money" -- circuicity lives. >> the one-time technology retail giant is coming back from bankruptcy. th plan to open as many as100 stores by next year. mcdonald'ss testing a new addition to the all-day menu. the mcgriddle on a pancake bun. it's not on the wildly popular all-day menu at the moment. >> so mcdonald's is testing it out in oklahoma starting monday. if hay can make it work there, they could possibly make it wok nationwide. america is changing. and now, so is barbie. >> the iconic doll comes in ththree new body types withh a varyky of skin tones and body types. the barbies are available online in march. next up, redening ken's abs so
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that day ... and what we did ... yesterday marked the 30th anniversary of the space shuttle challenger disaster that unfolded on live television. to observe the solemn milestone, nasa laid a wreath at arlington national cemetery in virginia. it honored the seven challenger crew members who died when the shuttle blew up in the sky during launch on january 28th, 19-86. among them was teacher christa mcauliffe, who would have been the first civilian in space. nasa is also using this "day of remembrance" to honor those killed in the apollo one and columbia shuttle disasters. (charles b bden/ nasa adminintrator) " it's a reminder thatat what we do is risky, but it's's reminder that we must always be vigilant because there is a terrible price that we pay when we're not.==((butted to))== we are not going to let the dreams of this crew go away. and i think, that dick scobee's statement,
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as far as we dream' - that's what makes this so critical. and that's the significance of this day, is trying to help people understand that we as a nation, we as a species can only go as far as we drdrm." a moment of lence was also held on the international space station. lukas: tina fey is used to getting rave reviews for her performance as sarah palin. but now she's under fire from someone who's an expert on palin's voice and mannerism. jeanne moos explains ... "you may think tina fey has nailed... ("saturday night live") "heads are spinning." her sarah palin impersonation... (sarah palin/(r) governor) "heads are spinning. media hehes are spinning." but there is one critic who sounds a little bitter... ("saturday night live") "right wingin bitter clingin." (sarah palin/(r) former alaska governor) clingin." "proud clingers of sarah palin's mother, writing in fey "sounds nothing like my mom." (jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)
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bristol compared what she called tina fey's "fake accent" to nails (scratch) on a chalkboard." ("saturday night live"/sarah palin) "slurpin off the gravy train." bristol thinks s-n-l has been slurpin off the palin gravy train, writing "saturday night liveve and tina fey have been clinging to this impersonation a little too long. it's getting pathetic." (sarah palin/(r) former alaska governor) "you rock n rollers and holy rollers." ("saturday night live") "pushin stroller pro bowler with an abscessed molar." and then there's the glitzy sweater. bristol says she thought it was funny s-n-l couldn't get its hands on the same top her mom wore because it's sold out. the costume department had to recreate it. whwhh it did in less than a week, s-n-l proudly trumpeted. ("saturday night live"/sarah palin) "trump and his trumpeters." but when bristol took a poll...who wore it better, sarah or tina...it was fey all the way...87 percent. ("saturday night live"/sarah palin) "kick isis' ass!" that sounds like what bristol would like to do to tina.
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(sarah palin/(r) former alaska governor) "god bless the united states america." cnn ("saturday night live") "and god bless some of the united ststes of america."." 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 chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat scott:we'll have some beautiful conditions today and tomorrow with warm temperatures in the 40s. saturday will be the peak of our great warming
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the passage of some rain and snow but accumulations will be light. a storm system will approach on tuesday of next week with the potential of heavy snow. today will be warm with sun & clouds as afternoon highs work up to 46. the overnight low is 25 under partly cloudy skies. the high tomorrow is 47 with increasing clouds and more melting. here's your 7 day ininhe 40s. saturday will be the peak of our great warminin trend. sunday morning, we'll have the passage of some rain and snow but accumulations will be light. a storm system will approach on tuesda of next week with the potential of heavy snow. today will be warm with sun & clouds as afternoon highs work up to 46. the overnight low is 25 under partly cloudy skies. the high tomorrow is 47 with
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here's your 7 day forecast. lukas: scott: lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lukas and scott chat lulus and scott chat lukas and scott chat will bring you the latest on the water crisis from flint, michigan lukas: " " plus... are wages going down? one study says yes. we will bring you the
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the 20s east and 30s west. the wind is pretty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be in the mid to upper 40s. morning. temperatures are in the 20s east and 30s west. the wind is pretty calm at about 5 to 15 miles per hour from the south. today's high will be he mid to upper 40s. lukas: michigan's state
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