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employers in ida county... employing hundreds of people in its manufacturing plants in ida grove. larry>> this morning... midwest industries suffered a scary moment as ititvacuated one of its plantstsue to a fire. midwest induutries makes boat trailers, hoists and marine dockat its facilities in the ida county seat. just after 10- 30 this morning... a fire in the paint shop at one of those facilities prompted an evacuation. "it burned a hole up through the roof and it was pretty much cocoained right to that oven arar, the whole factory y kind of full of smoke at the time." the ida grove fire departments was assisted by five other departments on the scene. the plant itself received some smoke and fire damage... but just how much isn't known yet. one fire fighter collapsed for unknown reasons but received treatment and is doing fine. workers at the plant were jured. traffic along highways 59 and 175 was diverted while crews were fighting that fire. diana>> the sioux city man facing a willful injury charge for stabbing his cousin earlier this month has pleaded not
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guilty. 32- year- old lonny reuney submitted that written plea in woodbury county district court. accocoing to court documenen... reuney was arrested after police were called to a home in the 15- hundred block of mcdonald street... where they found a man who had been stabbed. that man was taken to the hospital and treated for a lacerated liver. police say reuney admitted to the stabbing. a trial date in this case is set for february of 2016. larry>> the harrisburg student chchged with shooting hihi principal last month has hired a private investigatoro aid in his defense. attorneys for 16- year- old mason buhl say the investigator will help locate and interview witnesses in the case. a lincoln county grand jury has indicted buhl on one count of first- degree attempted murder and one count of commission of a felony while armed with a firearm. each charge carries a possible 25-year prison sentence. buhl is being held without bond at the juvenile detention centfr in sioux falls. diana>> democric presidential front runner hillary clinton is widely believed to have won last
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night's first democratic presidential debate. larry>> but as craig boswell reports... there is a wider conversation taking place about what that means for a potential joe biden cacaidacy. (sot: hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "i'm a progressive but a progessive that likes to get things done." clinton didn't shy away from attacks - saying bernie sanders has been soft on gun control. (sot: hillary clilion/(d) presidential candidate) "senator sanders did vote five mes against the bradadbill." but sanders more than held his own and delivered the line of the night. (sot: sen. bernie sanders/(i-vt) democratic presidential candidate) "the american people are sick and tired about hearing about your damn emails." "thank you. me too. me too." the sanders campaign says it's raised about two million dollars since the start of the debate. (sot: doug thornell/managing director, skd knickerbocker) "bernie sanders had a strong night. i don't think he did as wewe as secretary clinton, but if you'r'ra supporter of bernie sanders, you walked away feeling good about his performance." democratic strategist doug thornell says clinton's performance didn't slam the door
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on vice president joe biden - but he has to decide soon if he wants to get into the race. (sot: doug thornell/managing "the mechanicscsf putting together a campaign takes time - and he's r rning out of time." biden gave no hints about his plans wednesday. (sot: vice president joe biden) more than 15 million people tuned in to watch tuesday night's debate. diana>> the democrats will next meet for a debate on november 14th right here in iowa. it's set to be televised by c- b- s... and you'll be able to watch it right here on kmeg 14. larry>> former secretary of state madelili albright made a stop in sioux city today... appearing at the peirce mansion on behalf of democratic presidential candidate hilary clinton. about 50 people were at this morning's event... as albright talked about the woman who she considers a close friend. albright discussed her work as secretary of state during bill clinton's time in office... along with hillary's achievememts... including her performance in last night'ss debate. "i think hilary clinton has more experience in terms of dealing with issues whethefrom the prospective of first lady,
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then also as a totally commentated american to making a better life for american people and internationally." after albright's talk... she had a meet and greet opportunity... signing books and taking pictures with people who attended the event. diana>> hillary's campaign not the only one holding an event in sioux city this morning. republican presidential candidate senator rand paul of kentucky spokeket morningside college this morning. in his talk... paul focused on his stance against government collection of phone records... and his opposition to jail time for marijuana possession. he also talked about foreign policy... specifically the situation with russia in syria. "in no way should we say absolutely we are going to shoot down russian airlines ororussian fighters that go into a certain space. i think it's a really bad ea, d interestingly you've got that bad idea coming from hillary clinton and about a half a dozen republicans as well. i
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think it shows the uniqueness of my candidacy, that i'm the one saying i'm not sending our sons and daughters back into iraq." today's appearance was part of paul's 'iowa 10- thousand' college tour... where he's hoping to recruit 10- thousand iowa college students to commit to sport him on caucus night in february. larry>> started out near- freezing in parts of siouxland this morning. diana>> now it's almost like august again out there, chad. chad>> . another dip in temperature iss expectct to start tomorrow with a cold fnt swingng in, but we will see mostly sunny skies and breezy winds as canadian high pressure builds in to the area. highs should be in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. temperatures will continue on the downward trend for friday and saturday with highs in the upper 50s to near 60 and lows dipping down near freezing. mperatures will start to rereund again on sunday,y,hough winds will be breezy with our next chance of rain starting
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tuesday.. diana>> students from sioux city west high school got a unique musical experience this morning. diana>> (gam-a-lawn) gamelan is a type of music native to java and bali in indonesia... made up primarily of percussion instruments. the national music museum in vermillion has a collection of gamelan instruments... which will be in use this weekend at the sioux city symphony orchestra's "night at the museum" concert. today... students at west high got a chance to learn more about this type of music... and also play the instruments. "music is probably one of the
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most pleasant ways of experiencing culture and this is a wonderful opportunity for students to actually get some hands on experience." the instruments from the museum were made especially for its collection by a master instrument maker in java back in 1999... and have been on display at the museum since 2000. larry>> can you imagine working at the same job for 72 years? i like this gig! but "no." diana>> well... one siouxland man juststecently decided to call it "quits" after all that time. our kayla novak is here with his story... kayla. al woudstra is a very popular man in orange city. his retirement from the woustra meat market is a bitter sweet day for the community. al woudstra retiring meat cutter>> "i am g gng to miss the meat market very much. butut am ankful that i am stiti here and that i am still able to be around. and i am with my wife here at lance marian and she is
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the most wonderful thing that ever happened to me." (16) al woudstra says he's looking forward to spending even more time with his wife... and going out to get a cup of coffee. the u- s- s- sioux city is a littoral combat ship... designed to detect mines... currently under constructiti at a shipyard in marinette, wisconsin... diana>> work is nearly complete on the first ship in the u- s navy to be named after sioux ty. the u- s- s- sioux city is a littoral combat ship... designed to detect mines... currently under construction at a shipyard in marinette, wisconsin... the ship stretches to about 387 feet lononand will have a crewew of 53 officers and enlisted. 's going to cost more than 700 million dollars to build... and will have its home port in mayport, florida. aprylle bixler 1st class petty officer, u.s. navy "they've done an incredible job. i've worked in a shipyard before and i would say these guys really have it together herere thth're safe. they do rerely awesome work." the u- s- s sioux city will launch for sea trialsomim early next year... ahead of her formal commissioning into the navy in 2017.
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marinette, wiscons and will have a special report on the u- s- s sioux city tomorrow. larry>> millions of americans spend *billions* of dollars on each year on dietary supplements... figures that have the c- d- c concerned. coming up after the break in tonight's healthwatch... what the agency's lest study into supplements shows about their
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potential benefits. diana>> on average... americans spend nearly 15- billion dollars each year on dietary supplements. larry>> but as hena daniels reports... a new study from the c- d- c finds while people take the supplements to improve their health... in many cases the
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harmful. "after taking the one, i didn't experience pain so i started taking two a day." then 15, christopher ended up in the hospital with liver problems after family members noticed his eyes were yellow. (sot lourdes gonzalez/mother) "having to hear the doctor tell me every day that christopher had a 50 percent chance of dying or not making it was hurtful." herrera's case is extreme. but a new cdc study estimates dietary supplements are responsible for 23-thousand emergency room visits each year, and 2-thousand hospitalizations. young adults make up more than a quarter of those visits... with the majority having adverse reactions to weight loss, and energy supplements. (sot dr. andrew geller/centers for disease control and prevention/lead author) "increased heart rate or irregular heartbeats or chest pain were common among patients with problems from energy or weight loss supplements." (bridge hena daniels/cbs news, new york) "another 20 percent of the
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emergency department visits involved young children who got into supplements meant for adults including multi-vitamins and sleep aides." herrera spent months recovering at texas children's hospital. he says if he ever tries losing weight again it won't be with supplements. (sot christopher herrera/patient) "i would play basketball and start running every day." experts say it's important to consult a doctor before taking any supplement. hena daniels, cbs news, new york. diana>> unlike pharmaceuticals, companies do not have to prove dietary supplements work or are safe. the f- d- a can, however, remove a supplement if it is found to be unsafe. rry>> there's anotheheproduce recall tonight... . ain over concerns of salmonella exposure. dole is recalling some cases of bagged spinach over health concerns of salmonella exposure. the possibly tainted greens were distributed in 13 states. no illnesses have been reported so far... but lab testing found evidence of salmonella in a random sample of the product.
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salad in question have a use- by te of october 15th. diana>> an iowa company has won a federal contract from the u- s- d- a to produce millions of doses of a vaccine for bird flu. harris vaccines of ames began work on their h- 5- n- 1 vaccine back in may... as the deadly virus started infecting flocks in iowa. ththcompany will receiveve million dollars over the n nt two years to provide 48 million doses of their vaccine to the national veterinary stockpile. the h- 5- n- 1 bird flu killed more than 30 million chickens and turkeys in iowa alone this spring... causing a spike in commodity prices. chad>> .
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weatatr headlines. chad>> . larry, diaia, chad>> larry, diana and chad talk about today's weather and the upcoming forecast. chad>> . larry, diana, chad>>ar,andhata aut das atr d e cong rest ha> etca neipn mpate expected to start tomorrow with a cold front swingng in, but we will see mostly sunny skies and breezy winds as canadian high pressure builds in to the area. highs should be in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. temperatures will continue on the downward trend for friday and saturday with highs in the upper 50s to near r and lows dipping down near freezing. temperatures will start to rebound again on sunday, though winds will be breezy wh our next chance of rain starting
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tuesday.. ->> we're going to try once again to bring you the story of aloudstra of orange city. ->> our kayla novak reports... he's celebrating his retirement today after more than 70 years in the meat business. working with meat has been al woudstra's life for 72 years.
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but on this day... a retirement cake took the center stage... and old customers offered their well wishes. (nats?) at 15 al and his late brother lee started working in the business his father started in 1925. (sot: no refrigerators... hand saws.) kayla novak reporting>> it was a labor of love that continued until his recent retirement. "so to see him still working here when he is well into his 80s, it is really special. he has always really loved workg with people over the counter, he loves serving people, so i know they are going to o ss him here but it is realal fun to see him be honored today. "(14) kayla novak reporting>> following his brother lee's death... al sold the market. the current owner started working here while she was in college. "al was there through it all he's been working in the front case for probably his whole life he loved working in the front case... when we took over, al was ststl working in the mornings and would help you know th the case up front."(15) kayla novak reporting>> the vanden hulls will continue running the family-oriented business... but without the steady hand that's guided the
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cutter>> "i am going to miss the meat market very much. but i am thankful that i am still here and that i a astill able to be around. and i am with my wife hehe at lance marian andndhe is the most wonderful thing that ever happened to me." (16) lay>> the musketeers h a full week featuring three games and a trade! head coach jay varady is live in studio like he is every wednesday at this time. the
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up next! chris>> welcome back to another edition of the musketeers coaches show. joining us as he does every wednesday of the hockey season is musketeers head coach jay varady. coach it's been a busy week for you, a trade and three games. obviously not the results you wanted with three losses. you look at the scoreboard and against bloomington goal scoring was an issue, getting just one in two games. last night against sioux x lls you raced out to a 2-0 0 ad in the first but allowed d goals plus an emptyy netter in a 7-3 loss. ?what's your diagnosis on the root cau of those losses? (ad-lib response) last year you guys finished the regular season with the top record. but people may forget you had a three game and a five game losing streak mixed in there. it happens. what's the key to mentally getting back to
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(ad-lib) (ad-lib response) laststear you guys finished the regular season with the top record. bur people may forget you had a three game and a fiv game losing streak mixed in there. it happens. what's the key to mentally getting back to winning? (ad-lib) you're at omaha and at waterloo this weekend. two teams with winning records. what's the key in both those games? (ad-lib) (ad-lib) you're at omaha and at waterloo this weekend. two teams with
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in both those games? (ad-lib) join us next week as the muskies coach's show continues every wednesday at 5 during the season. the muskies are back on the ice friday night in omaha and then sunday back at the
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waterloo. diana, larry, chad, back to you. chad, diana, larry>> . another dip in temperature is expected to start tomorrow with a cold front swingng in, but we will see mostly sunny skies and breezy winds as canadian high pressure builds in to the area. highs should be in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. temperatures will continue on the downward trend for friday and saturday with highs in the upper 50s to near 60 and lows dipping down near freezing. temperatures will l art to rebound again on sunday, though winds will be breezy with our next chance of rain starting monday and continuing into
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