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she's best described as a "giant jet ski." we'll take you to marinette, wisconsin where building of the uss sioux city is nearing completion. and... it's a miracle o omodern medicine in norfolk.k. where doctors have reattached the hand of teen who lost it in a jet skiing accident. good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise! it's 5 o'clock. i'm jacob heller. cat>> i'm meteorologist cat taylor.
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this xxx morning. the beginning of the week will start out in the 70s and breezy, but as the week goes on, the chance for rain increases and temperatures will slide back into the 60s, jake>> israeli officials are getting ready for what *could be* another day of violence. shootings and stabbings thatate happened lately have left at least eight israeli's dead... and *thirty - one* palestinians. c - b - s news correspondent
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latest from tel aviv. the site - sacred to both muslims and jews -- has been at the center of recent attacks. in a speech thursday, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu signaled he's ready to sit down with palestinian president mahmoud abbas...to work on ending the conflict: ot netanyahu) it's potentially usefu l because it might stop the wave of incitement and the false allegations against israel. -nats- "false allegations" like the health of 13-year-old ahmed manasra. earlier this week - palestinian officials said he was executed by israeli soldiers using excessive force. but yesterday - prime e nister netanyahu revealed the young boy... who allegedly stabbed an israeli child... was being treated at an israeli hospital. (standup) in response to the stabbings...hundreds of soldiers and police are standing guard
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palestinian neighborhoods. on thursday - secretety of state john kerry issued a strong message of sport for israel: (sot kerry) we will continue to support israel's right to defend its existence. the white house says both sides have a responsibility to exercise restraint. jonathan vigliotti cbs news tel aviv. jake>> yesterday fire departments in ida county responded to *another* big fire... at a grain elevator this time. crews were called to the farmer's co - op in ida grove justfter two o'clock. you could see smoke coming from the top of one of the co - op's grain bins. turns out one of the conveyer belts that movov grain between bins had caught fire. "we got ten guys up there at a time, a hundred and fifty feet in the air and we're just making sure everybody's safe and it's a really windy day and we don't want the fire to spread anywhere else and we want to make sure that everybody's safe up there
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hurt. it's a big drop." fire crews say the two nearest bins to the fire were checked out... one was empty... the other was mostly empty... but neither of *those* bens caught fire. jake>> in sioux city... police are looking for someone suspected of credit card fraud. sioux city police say the personon you cacasee in this surveillllce video from a store on sioux city's north side is wanted as part of an investigation into credit card fraud. if you know who this person call crime stoppers at 258 - tips. if you provide information leading to an arrest and conviction... you could get a cash r rard. jake>> nebraska state senator dave bloomfield was with the nebraska chamber of commerce and industry yesterday for an annual legislative forum. this year it was at the marina inn in south sioux city. the chamber says these forums have been going on for more than three decades... and they're meananto get input to find out what they're worried about.
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senator bloomfield thinks the most pressing issue of 20 - 16 is property tax... specifically in agriculture. bloomfield says these meetings is important to the state of nebraska. jake>> twelve siouxland groups got a *financial* boost for special projects yesterday afternoon. they got money from missouri river histstical development.... the group gave out more than 1 - million dollars *it* got from the hard rock hotel and casino. here are a few of the grants given out yesterday... the city of correctionville got 125 thousand for their swimming pool... camp high hopes got 150 - thousand to build a new cabin... the city of sioux city got 200 - thousand to help build cone park... and bishop heelan got 100 - thousand to re - build the track at memorial field. "this is a very special day,e
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budgeted $750,000 for th grant process and the board approved over a million." this round of grants brings the total amount of money mrhd has given since 1994 up to more than 24 million dollars. jake>> high school students from across siouxland came together in sioux city for a leadership summit yesterday. this round of grgrts brings the total amount of money mrhd has given since 1994 up to more than 24 million dollars. jake>> high school students from across siouxland came together in sioux city for a leadership summt stda moinidcoeghoeh year's pursuing victory with honor summit. the program's hosted by the reranbiaenr drake university. jake >igh school students from acacss siouxland came totother sioux city for a leadership summit yesterday. morningside college hosted this year's pursuing victory with honor summit. gr'osd robert and bll r cteat drake university. it's targeted towards student - athletes... student leaders... and coaches... providing them with techniques for focus... toughness... integrity... and personal responsibility... things they can use to be a better student and teammate. "so it's an opportunity for us to take research based tools aligned wiwi educationally curricular c ctent to help develop good leaders for the future."
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this is the tenth year for the summit. about 325 students from 25 different were part of it this year. jake>> an accident on the water changed d young nebraska man's's life forever... after he lost most of his right hand. but thanks to doctor tristan hartzell of faith regional medical center in norfolk... ben witkowski's hand is back where it belongs. our own siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll met up with the medical team that performed the surgery... and their patient. here's a warning... some of the pictures you see could d a little graphic fofo some viewers. "his first responders took care of it perfectly. they controlled his blood loss. we didn't have
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major trauma." jaclyn driscoll reporting>> teresa hoffman, ben's mother and faith regional anesthesiologogt, prepped her son for surgrgy. "it was bad that it was his hand, it was really, r rlly bad. but then i just kept tpinking, jaclyn driscoll reporting>> after a 12-hour procedure on july 13th, ben's hand was reattached. but this is only the beginning for ben. tristan hartzell doctor>> "keeping it alive is just the first 10 percent. the years that follow is 90 percent of the outcome." jaclyn driscoll reportrtg>> he will have 2 to 5 more future surgeries, and will have to stay current on physical therapy. ben witkowski hand>> "it's an hour each day. we started off five days a week and now we're down to four. it's been a long haul, but i think it was three months yesterday and it's flown by already for me." jaclyn driscoll reporting>> while he will never regain full function... tristan hartzell doctoto> "we won't be able to achieve individual finger flexion, but i'm hoping to achieve composite flexion. all the fingers together flexingnto his palm." jaclyn driscoll reporting>> ben *will have* both of his hands.
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siouxland news. jake>> a california collector sayse paid two - bucks for a picture... and found out its actual worth five - million - dollars. the picture turned out to be the second known photo of western outlaw "billy the kid." it dates back to 1878... and d ows billy the kid plpling croquet along with quite a few members of his gang... the regulators. experts think the picture was taken after a wedding outside of lincoln county new mexico. randy guijarro says he bought the picture as a last - minute decision. cat>> kagin's... the company handling the sale of the photograph... cat>> kagin's.s. the e mpany handling the sale of e photograph... has appraised its value at five - million - dollars. the only other known photo of billy the kid sold for two - point - three million llars in
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cat>> . cat>> . the hunter from zimbabwea who helped a minnesota dentist kill (seh - sil) cecicithe lion says he expects t tbe cleared of charges that he lured the lion off of protected land.
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into the 60s, jake/cat>> here's what we're
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talking about on facebook this morning... the weather is finally getting cold. what do you l le to do when it coololoff? jake>> imagine lucky charms cereal with just the rainbow colored marsrsallows. (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in new york with your c - b - s moneywatch. the nasdaq was up 87. target wants to make its own store cards safer. chip and pin cards will replace magnetic strips on target red credit and debit cards customers will have to enter a pin to approve transactions. the e rsonal information o oup to 70 million target shoppers was exposed in 2013 after a massive data breach at the retailors. are passwords a thing of the past? yahoo thinks so. the website is eliminating passwords all together with a feature called yahoo account key. users can link their tablets or smartphones to a yahoo app. the
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site will recognize the person's email and send a push notificationono their phone to log in for most lucky charms cereal lovers - the marshamallows are the best part. now picture an entire box with nothing but rainbow colored marshamallows. singer biz markie even reworked the lyrics to his hit 'just a friend' for the sweepstakes... where participants can win one of ten available boxes. cereal lovers h he to send a picture via social media holding an imaginary box with the hash tag lucky charms between october 14th and 1h that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york jake>> we're heading back to
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minnesotdentist kill (seh - sil) cecil the lion says he expects to be cleared of charges that he lured the lion off of protected land. c - b - s news correspondent debora patta has the story. cecil was a major attraction at the hwange national park. the government say bronkhurst lured cecil off protected parkland to a nearby farm where he was shot with a crossbow. (sot:) absolute nononse. he was already on an elephant carcass when we got there. we didn't have to lure him. bronkhurst says he's been made a scapegoat. most of the $55,000 walter palmer paid for his hunting license goes to bronkhurst, after a small cut to the farmer on whose land cecil was killed. but those days could be over: (sot:) ll it's destroyed usus it's destroyed the family,y,y business (looks down and tears up) q: 's been tough - yep,
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you know we employ a lot of people, they are all on half time now, i guess each family is supporting six or more dependents. illegal hunting is rarely prosecuted in zimbabwe but researcger brent staplekamp -- who was studying cecil -- was convinced that because of the international outrage, this titi would be different. he believes the american dentist should have been charged: (brent:) i really thought this was going to be an example to other people who have done this before or who would do it in the future - so very disispointed that we are not gogog to see justice tag: bronkhurst told us that if the american dentist isn't facing
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charges, then he shouldn have a chance to argue the case today - the trial was postponed until next week. a beating that led to the death secretive new york church might have started because he wanted to leave the organization. after the break...
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we are looking at a cool fall day here in siouxland with a high of only 57 and another night of near freezing temperatures. temperatures will rebound tomorrow back into the 60s foror the weekend. the beginning of the week will start out in the 70s and breezy, but as the week goes on, the chance for rain increases and
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into the 60s, jake>> police say two teenage brothers were punched and kicked by their parents and other "word of life" church members who were forcing them to confess their ns e e okg aoofa dada sxld th hi o o 5ananhe igigne fezg petutu mpatesilreun omroba o esrsr k. inngf e ekil ta o ith70anbrz uts e ekoeont ae r inncas eerur wliba in t 6,poceaywoeegetrserphankied tirartnth "rd le"huhms o re rcg eo nfs ei i wereoongtco l he unita h oy th nit nren mpates a>li s t tna brothers were punched and kicked by their parents and other "word of life" church members who were sins. c - b - s news correspondent michelle miller has the story. (sot) 000241 i don't think it was her idea. i think that this was somethingg she didn't forsee going this far and i think that she lost controro four other church members are
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after church sunday. district attorney scott mcnamara says the beatings may have lasted more than ten hours. (mm, 150509) why did this happen? (da, 150537) what we understand was that there was an issue about whether the older brother wanted to stay in the church... and there was a confrontation with the two parents and it turned physical. investigators believe the church children inside this former public school compound purchased nearly thirty years ago. severalal of those children were taken away yesterdayayy child protective services. mm: 15:13:13 was this assault a part of some religious ritual? da: it's our allegation that this was not a religious ritual or of that nature. //for now, we are looking at it as a gang assault. (tag: authorities say several former church members are helping in
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the investigation... scott , we are told the younger brother is conscious, cooperating and is expected to make a full recovery.).; vice president joe biden looks like he's still thinking about running for president. still to come... we'll show you why insiders say a decision might be coming soon.
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taylor. the beginnnng of the week will start ououin the 70s and breezez but as the week goes on, t t chance for rain increases and temperatures will slide back into the 60s, ja>>owe ubusda away from hearing whether the& vice president plans to enter the 20 - 16 race for the white house. this... as two republican candidates are threatening to skip their next debate.
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champion has the latest from the campaign trail. (gfx morning news pkg) in it, kaufman said biden is quote "aware of the practical demands of making a final decision soon" and that if he runs quote "we ll need each and every one of you- yesterday." (sot thu0109 :33) "i think he needs to decide what's best for him and his family" (-:36) on the campaign trail, some democrats fear biden waited too long. hillary clinton has new energy following her strong debate performance. thursday, in san antonio, she passionately touched on one of hehekey debate topics- g g violence. (sot fri0069 hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate 1:06) "i will not be silenced, and we will not be silencede must continue to speak out" (-:12) (sot thu0078 :11) nat "we're going to build the wall" (-:12)
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on the republican side, two front-runners have threatened to boycott their next debate. (gfx) inin letter to cnbc, donald truru and ben carson saidid they wouldn't participate, in part, if the debate lasted more than 2 hours. for which, rival carly fiorina took a jab at the men. (sot fri0003 carly fiorina/(r) presidential candidate :15) " i am all for three hours, i'm sorry if they apparently don't have the endurance to go the distance" (-:19) don chchpion, cbs news. ke>> there are reporor that the vice president's family has thrown their support behind him to run for president. jake>> the homebuilders association of greater siouxland is helping launch a program to help fix the homes of wounded soldiers... to help them out with any special needs they have. the family of todd and aprel landen inspired the home builders to create "projects for patriots." todd... who was hurt by an i - e - d in iraq... just bought his first home here in siouxland after serving 21 years in the army. the family is renovating the split level so todd can get around on his own. "my wife is my fulltime caregiver. i mean, she sees the
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bad days. she's the one that has to lug me up the stairs when i'm coming home from the er at 4 in the morning or from surgery, you knkn. // the renovationsnshey'r precngng an'ju, y' f fm sore eye r wleamy. o lpai 5eyorroct patriot... the family is renovating the split level so todd can get around on his own. "my wife is my fulltime caregiver. i mean, she sees the bad days. she's the one that has to lug me up the stairs when i'm coming home from the er at 4 in the morning or from surgery, you know. // the renovations they're projecting, they aren't just, they're far from just for me. they're for my whole family." to help raise money for project patriot... the homebuilding association is having a fundraiser and movie screening november 5th at the orpheum theater. they'll be showing the film "the hornet's nest"... which tells the story of landen's elite army unit in afghanistan. jake>> another sioux city family that needs a helping hand now has a car to call their own. thanks to the angel cars progogm... a joint ventururbetween the community action agency of siouxland and tires, tires, tires. cars donated to the program are cleaned up and fixed up by tires, tires, tires... and then they're given out to someone who shows a significant need. "getting back and forth to work better. getting my kids to and from school. you know, the grocery store, doctor's
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a car for." over the past three years the program has given away 15 to 20 cars in sioux city alone. jaja>> some local radio o ations and unity point health - saint luke's are teaming up to help the i - heart media radio stations are holding a radio - thon to benefit the saint luke's children's miracle network. the goal is to raise 64 - thousand dollars in pledges. that would push the total amount raised during the past 15 years to 1 million dollars. e radio - thon will start up for another 12 hours starting at 6 this morning on k- g 95... z - 98... and 107 - 1 kiss f - m. jake>> the united states navy is getting ready to finish the u - s - s sioux city l - c - s - 11... and our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah
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- ron) wauran went to (m(me - uh - net) marinette w wconsin to get a look at that ship. it's the eleventh ship... of a new generation of high-tech fighting machines...and it's nearing its launch... it won't be long until u-s-s- sioux city sails the seas... (nats- construction) cole lesiak 2nd class operation specialist>> "just to get it out there. get the city's name out there." matthew lewis combat system, u.s. navy>> "accomplish a really bigoal and getting a ship and bringing it to life." jetske wauran reporting>> uss sioux city lcs-11 a massive littoral combat ship currently under construction. "seeeeg this ship being built itit like watching sometetng grow and you get to develop it. jetske wauran reporting>> u-s-s sioux city stretches at 387 feet long. costing more than 700-million dollars to build... at fincantieri marinette marine in marinette wisconsin... each component of steel safely stored at this marinette shipyard. it's oxidized what they call mill scale, and so what happens fromomhis point it'll go through
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and d ime this. jetske wauran reporting>> u-s-s sioux city will go through months of testing and traveling... before its operations of mine warfare and surface warfare across the globe. kevin ralston>> most of my crew members have experience in other platforms. and right now we're preparing to come to this platform which is definitely new for us. a lot of new systems that we're learning and training to be able t toperate." jetske wauran reporting>> soon to aboard the ship... "lcs crew 108"... they're the us navy's highly trained team led by commander kevin ralston. several crew members tell me, the lcs-11, will be their home, away from home.... "they've done an incredible job. i've worked in a shipypyd before and i i uld say these guys really have it together here. they're safe. they do really awesome work." us navy>> "new to this lcs community anit seems really interesting." us navy>> "it's a great honor and dedication being from texas, being a part of something so north from a different state. it's great." "we're going to be taking ovov thisiship for a while so t tt
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way we're better prepared and ready to take lcs-11 out through the same straights through exciting. everyone's really jetske wauran reporting>> x-o looks forward to operating and leading the ship.... " as the ' '-o' (executive officer), i'i'currently learning all the systems that i will be fleeting up to take command, jetske wauran reporting>> the u- sea trials sometime in early 20-16... ahead of her formal commissioning into the navy in 2017. jake>> if you hahathe chance to see the greaeaauroras we had earlier this month... we know what caused'em. take a look at this unusual sight. it looks like there's a hole in the sun. the darker pictures actually make up a "coronal hole". that's a region on the sun where the magnetic field is open to interplanetary space... sending material out in a high - speed solar wind stream. cat>> and that stream created a
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geomagnetic storm near earth that resulted in quite a few nights of auroras. this picture was taken by nasa's solar dynamics observatory. jake>> . cat>> . tesla cars have learned a new skill. we'll take a look at their autopilot...
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update. here's another way to travel in style - jet blue is the first airline to announce it is making in-flight wi-fi free on all of its planes, and it has the technology installed in about two thirds of it's fleet so far. 's been testing the e ee wi-fi on some of it's planes for over a year nowowa service jet blue calls fly-fi. and the plan is to make high-speed service free on every plane by this time next year. every passenger will be able to connect to speeds 12-20 megabits per second, enough that you may be able to stream netflix. but the airline has a partnership with amazon, and the network will be optimized for prime members to stream amazon videdeand music. " and speaking of traveling with amazon, you won't be able to book a vacation on amazon anymore. bet you didn't even realize you could book a vacation on amazon, did you?
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well amazon shut down it's destinations site this week. it was a place where you could book a hotetefor a weekend getawawa competing with similar services from tripapaisor, expedia and groupon. it was launched in april and only available in a few areas." amazon destinations didn't last long, but here's something that has. yahoo mail has been around for 18 years now, and yahoo has a new email app that doesn't rereire a password -- ananyou can use it to accessssour rsonal outlook, hotmtml and aol mail accounts, too. when you log in, it sends you a push notification to your phone to verify it's you trying to log in. the new yahoo mail app also pulls in notifications from social media accounts, but it doesn't sync with gmail or enterprise outlook accounts. "that's it for this tech news update, and there's mo at et.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey. ****""". a lot of times politicians are accused of dancing around tough
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questions. but one daytime talk - show host has a pretty good record of getting them to dancnc.. for real. it's (time) this morning.
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morning, (downtown outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. ke>> there's no way a candidate is going to dance his way to the white house... but that doesn't stop'em from dancing onto the ellen show. democratic candidate bernie sanders... burning up the dance floor.
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(mows) moos takes a look. shshs done it not once...not twtwe... (nats) but three times... (nats) ellen even sells a cd called "i'm gonna make you dance jams." she's made cnn's wolf blitzer dance... (nats) (moos standup) "but occasionally there is someone who is able to resist the siren call of ellen." john mccain opted to walk rather than dance onstage. (nats) so did joe biden...the vice president even whispered in ellen's ear... (nats joe biden) an't dance. don't make me.e. and though hillary clinton
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resisted any impulse to boogie down back in 2007...last month ellen managed to lure her into learninghe whip/nae nae during a commercial break ... (nats) politicians are becoming more like the movie stars we expect to dance. (nats) though ellen had to use a $20,000 check for charity to seduce matt damon into the whip/nai nai. (nats) when ellen asked bernie sanders what song he would sing to in a karaoke bar, he choose stain' alive. too bad we have no polling data that indicates whether public displays of dancing help a candidacy stay alive. (nats stain' alive stayin' alive) jeanne moos cnn... (nats staying aliveeeee)
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...new yoror we are looking at a cool fall day here in siouxland with a high of only 57 and another night of near freezing temperatures. temperatures will rebound tomorrow back into the 60s for the weekend. the beginning of the week will start out in the 70s and breezy, but as the week goes on, the chance for rain increaseseand temperatures will slide back into the 60s,
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jake/cat>> . the beginning of the week will start out in the 70s and breezy, but as the week goes on, the chance for rain increases and temperatures will slide back into the 60s, jake/cat>> . jake>> time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler... there's nothing more dangerous than a skunk handler with a sense of humor... right? this animal expert caused quite a stink down in omaha... after pulling a prank with a skunk during a live news segment. cat>> while holding this little stinker and explaining how they spray when they're nervous... this happens. turns out the guy had a small bottle of water in his hand. america's longest war is`going to get even longer than
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expected. coming up... we'll show you why 5,500 soldiers will have to stay in afghanistan longer. cat>> plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up. it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.
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today... in parts of southern california... already hit with heavy rain and mudslides. hundreds of vehicles alongng strereh of i - 5 in los ananles county became stucucin the mud thursday... backing up traffic for miles. officials say the state stills needs more rainfall to help alleviate its record - drought. jake>> and... the new york mets have advanced to the national league championship series. jake>> and... the new york mets have advanced to the national league championship series. the e am beat the los angeges dodoers... 3 to 2... in the final game of the division series last night at dodger stadium. the mets now face the chicago cubs for a chance to play in the world series. jake>> and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. jake>> and here is what the folks in studio 57 arereorking on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this rning". i'm norah o'donnell. coming up, five years of stagram. the co-founders show us what draws 400- million people to post their pictures. that's
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morning.. good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise. thanks for starting your morning with us. i'm jacob heller. cat>> and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.
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weather? jake/cat>> . jake>> america's longest war is going to get even longer than expected. president obama announced thursday that 5,500 troops will stay in afghanistan through at least 20 - 16. c - b b s news correspondent
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david d rtin has the story. sot obama: these bases will give us the presence and the reach our forces require to achieve their mission. narr although the u.s. combat mission officially ended with much fanfare last december, american commandos continue to carry out raids and american warplanes continue to conduct air strikes. just last week, us. and afghan forces (gfx #2 in) killed an estimated 120 al qaida fighters in what was described as "one of the largest joint ground-assault operations . . . ever" against two training camps. (gfx out) and earlier thisonth an american gunship inexplicably opened fire on a hospital near kunduz as u.s. green berets were helping afghan troops retake the city. (on cam how long those 5500 troops remain in afghanistan will be up to the next president, but president obama suggested american troops will be needed
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with t t taliban.). jake>> yesterday fire departments in ida county responded to *anothe big fire... at a grain elevator this time. crews were called to the farmer's co - op in ida grove just after two o'clock. you could see smoke coming from the top p one of the co - op's grain bi. turns out one of the conveyer belts that moves grain between bins had caught fire. "we got ten guys up there at a time, a hundred and fifty feet in the air and we're just making sure everybody's safe and it's a really windy day and we don't want the fire to spread anywhere else and we want to make sure that everybody's safe up there and nobody falls and nobody gets hurt. it's a big drop." fire crews say the two nearest bins to the fire were checked out... one was empty... the other was mostly empty... but neither of *those* bens caught fire. jake>> in sioux city... police are looking for someone suspected of credit card fraud. sioux city police say the person you can see ininhis surveillance
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video from a store on sioux city's north side is wanted as part of an investigation into credit card fraud. if you know who this person is... call crime stoppers at 258 - tips. if you provide information leading to an arrest and conviction... you could get a cash reward. jake>> n nraska state senator dave bloomfield was with the nebraska chamber of commerce and industry yesterday for an annual legislative forum. this year it was at the marina inn in south sioux city. the chamber says these forums have been going on for more than three decades... and they're meant to get input from local businesses... to find out what they're worried about. senator bloomfield thinks the most pressing issusuof 20 - 16 is property tax... specifically in agriculture. bloomfield says these meetings are important because *business*
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is important to the state of nebraska. jake>> twelve siouxland groups got a *financial* boost for special projects yesterday afternoon. they got money from missouri river historical development... the group gave out more than 1 - million dollars *it* got from the hard rocochotel and casino. here are a few of the grants0 given out yesterday... the city of correctionville got 125 thousand for their swimming pool... camp high hopes got 150 - thousand to build a new cabin... the city of sioux city got 200 - thousand to help build cone and bishsh heelan got 100 - thousand to re - build the track at memorial field. "this is a very special day, we process and the board approved over a million." this round of grants brings the total amount of money mrhd has given since 1994 up to more than 24 million dollars. jake>> high school students from across siouxland came together
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summit yesterday. morningside college hosted this year's pursuing victory with honor summit. the program's hosted by the robert and billie ray center at drake university. it's targeted towards student t athlhles... student leaders... and coaches... providing them with techniques for focus... toughness... integrity... and personal responsibility... things they can use to be a better student and teammate. "so it's an opportunity for us to take research based tools aligned with educationally curricular content to help develop good leaders for the future." this is the tenth year for the about 325 students from 25 different were part of it this year. jake>> the black market for nuclear material is an expensive one. a lot of times that destructive material goes to the highest bidder. our national cororspondent jeff keep those weapons out of the
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have intensified. /sot/ ackerman- ftp politics 1:58 "in most cases, people trying to sell the materials are those who want to make a quick buck" 2:01 /vo/ moldova is just one of many former soviet satellite nations... that's prime for this type of buying a a selling.. /map/ (https://go.hrw.com/atlas/norm_h m/moldova.htm) it's a small eastern european country surrounded by romania and ukraine. moldova is in the choas.... and it's currently considered one of europe's poorest nations... (source: /sot/ ackerman ftp politics1:28 "we do know that there are buyers and sellers out there and d the moldovan case actually to actually sell to ideological actors.. to radical /vo/ perts say another key reason why nation's in turmoil attract this type of business... is that their nuclear, biological and chemical storage facilities are *far* less secure... and harder to track. /sot/ powers ftp dc
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b-roll - :23 "the intelligence not been that good so individuals who have particicated in these kinds s actities go to those places because they have more freedom /bridge/ the fbi works closely with *stopping* such crimes.. *if* theres a chance of trouble happening stateside.. and intelligence experts say.. *one* solution to stop this nafarious ground.. (may take out if repetitive or ackerman --- ftp pololics 4;58 " one thing that i think is absolutely key is collaboration between untries .. collaboration at the intelligence agency level .. collaboration at the law enforcement level 5:07 powers - ftp-dcboll 2:22 we have to go back to old school..and hire spies to go into these organizations.. infiltrate them.. and that's theyeyere able to thwart these incidents :2:30 /vo/ experts we spoke to say until these regions become more stable, this black market threat is here to stay... i'm jeff barnd reporting. gets brought up a lot about isis is who or what is funding the organization? no one really knows 100% for
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sure... but... a release of information last week shows what some trorism experts say is the best known details yet about the group's source of money. the data comes from the deir ez - zor province in syria. isis has controlled it since july of last year and runs a sort of a government there. here's'she breakdown of how isis isisunded *there.* so... here's the breakdown of how isis is fundede*there.* forty - five percent of its money comes from confiscations of others money and property. almost 28 percent comes from the sale of oil and ga almost 24 percent comes from and just under four percent comes from the sale of electricity. jakeke a washington dog whwh refused to leave her friend was honored the state's governor. tillie stood guard by her phoebe... after she got stuck in a cistern last month. tillie and phoebe were reported missing by their owners... and vashon island pet protectors posted the dogs' pictures over social media. llie...
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a setter mix... stayed by phoebe's side... besides the few minutes each day she went for help. cat>> volunteers helped search for the missing setter mix and basset hound... they investigated when a community member called saying they had seen a "reddish" dog on their property for the past few days. when s srchers called her name... tillie started barking. she then led them to where phoebe was stuck... sitting on top of some concrete rubble that held her out of th water of the cistern. jake>> . cat>> . norfolk catholic and pierce battled to a 7 - all tie at halftime. see if the be jays could spoil the knights undefeated season.
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jake>> what's up moose? we are looking at a cool fall day here in siouxland with a high of only 57 and another night of near freezing temperatures. temperatures will rebound tomorrow back into the 60s for the weekend. the beginning of the week will but as the week goes on, the
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into the 60s. good morning siouxland here's a look at your morning sports. we are looking at a cool fall day here in siouxland with a high of only 57 and another nit nr eeng mpates erarw rou torr bk tohe0sor e ekd. giinofheeewi stt t t 7 a bezasheeego o t chceoaineas d ts llli bke s. odorngiol e'a look at your morning sports. when number nine and number 1 pierce and norfolk meet on the gridiron it's more than just a ranked mchup. it's what usa
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nebraska. and one of the best in the entire country. the blue jays are 5-2. the knights are 7-0. 1)n the beginning special teams were key! off the punt pierce is going to recover the muffed return! sets up a field goal try just two minutes in. 2)nd when you're the holder on the kick and unexpectedly you suddenly have the ball while you're standing up that's not good! special teams were special early! 3)irst play of the second quarter still no score on third and goal from the 7 taggart bailey finds brady starkel on the quick slant r the touchdown! that makes it 7-0 pierce just likekehat! 4)ust over 5 minutes to play norfolk catholic looking for their first points and david englehaupt plunges in from three yards out! we are tied at 7! that's why hes playing for wyoming next year. 5)inal minute of the first half and bailey is going to be picked off by justin timmerman to send us to halftime tied at 7. the nights pour it on they win 35-7. heelan and south sioux city 1. south sioux would jump out to a quick lead in the first set...carissa powell with the
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spike. one to nothing cardinal. 2. south sioux would score the first six points of the set before heelan would score a point.. here samantha mccabe with the nice block.. heelan only down two. 3. heelan's nicole jacobson with the spike.. heelan now up ten to six. 4. heelan would go up twenty three to six but the cardinal would come back.. kori fischer with the nice shot cuts the crusader lead to twenty three to twenty. 5. heelan would win the set 25 twenty one and... they win the e ole thing 2 sets to nothing. heelan taking on north now. 1. pick up action in the second game.. grace hanno with the kill.. heelan up fifteen to eight. 2. heelan's allie cooke with boogard and grace mcloud unable to block it.. seventeen to eight 3. heelan's samantha mccabe with the easaskill. heelan up twenty-three to eight and they would win the second set and sweep north two games to none. in other volleyball action... ponca hosting walthill and hartington in a triangular tonight. hosts ponca beat walthill 2-
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walthill 2- nothing. and ponca beats hartington 2 2 1. that's it t r your morning sportscast. and join me right here again tonight for sports at 5 and 10. have a great morning. back to you jake. my fair lady goes back to the big screen.. it's (time).). yoururunrise entertainmentnts
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into the 60s, jake>> brie larson opens up about her performance in "room"... and john stamos heads back to court. terri okita has your eye on entertainment. ((nats from "room" / a24)) (narr:) the critically acclaimed movie, "room" is out in limited release today. it stars brie larson, jacob tremblay and joan allen." larson plays a mother who is
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young son in a shed. both desperately want to escape. (sot: brie larson/actress) you want to protect your child from any of the pain and sorrow that you experienced. "room" opens in limited release today. -------------------------------- -------------------------------- ----- (narr:r: the inaugural recipients of the big bang theory scholarship endowment met with the cast of the hit show. 4 million dollars will help 20 ucla undergraduates majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. the big bang theory airs right here on cbs. -------------------------------- -------------------------------- ----- ((nats from " my fair lady " / cbs home e eertainment)) (narr:) the musical movie, "my fair lady" is returning to the big screen. the classic film starring rex harrison and audrey hepburn is being re-released to commemorate its 50th anniversary. marni nixon recorded songs with hepburn for the movie. (sot-marni nixon, singer ) she was as she was perceived in life. she was very thoughtful, very careful, very precise, very warm and had a wicked sense of hur when she wanted to. "my fair lady" hits theaters sunday. that's your eye on entertainment. terri okita, cbs
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news, los angeles.. jake>> here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the weather is finally getetng cold. what do you like e do when it cools off? a martha's vineyard couple took up paper routes after losing six figure jobs. still to come... we'll show you how they turned that into a thriving photography business. cat>> it's now (time) as we take a ok outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. your weather and morning news are all ahead.
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taylor. now they're delivering papers and taking pictures that more than 13,000 facebook followers love. we are looking at a cool fall day here in siouxlanwi a ghf ly7 d otr htf arin emrare erur wl bod orw ckntth60fo heen heegni othwe wl rtutn e sdee, athwe s,e ncfora ren mpaeisle ck th0 ak> eyosthr bsnicic dfr. ty'y'ivipr d taking pictures that more than 13,000 facebookokollowers love. reporter chip reid introduces us to a couple that bounced back from tough blows. (pop-"these are wsj/i neededhe wswsbarons/...") (narr) and hit the road. [[year round...rain or shine (vo delivering pers, driving) (narr) when they started this six years ago it was just a job (quick nats) // (driving broll, maybe split screen? // yann deliveries/moira deliveries) (narr) after losing their six figure incomesesn architecture and software during the recession, it was a way to make just enough money to stay on the island they love. (narr) their friends on the mainland thought they'd gone mad. (sot yann driving) ym: and i said you know what? you should see the sights. you
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should see this place in the morning, it's fantastic. // so i said y y know what? i'll takaka pipiure every day and send it to you. (narr) that's how it started. today they have two thousand email followers and over 13 thousand on facebook. (group interview) mf: ... a light hits something and you think, i have to stop right now. i have to take that picture. // cr: so you're totally preoccupied, you're not evev thinking about the paper route? mf: no. and sometimes // i just get out of the car and start taking photographs and 25 minutes go by and i think, oh, maybe i should deliver some papers. (mf,) "good morning." "how are you?" "(groan)" as moira lifts papars on to counter. (narr) demand for their photos into cards, posters, calendars (mf,) "did you sell those two?" "they're gone." "excellent, here's 12." (narr) ... even art exhibits. nats at exhibit "wow" (narr) even so, they earn a make in their high-pressure corporate jobs. mf: oh yeah. 20%. cr: you make about 20%. mf: maybe. (laugh)
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mf/ym: yeah. cr: you are? mf/ym: yes. quick nats photographing (yann and chip on shore) ym: here, check this out. cr: wow, beautiful. and you were worried it was going to be too gray to get a good photograph. something. chip reid,bs news, martha's jake>> the homebuilders association of greater siouxland is helping launch a program to help fix the homes of wounded soldiers... to help them out with any special needs they have. the family of todd and aprel builders to create "projects for patriots." todddd. who was hurt by an i - e - d in iraq... just bought his first home here in siouxland after serving 21 years in the army. the family is renovating the split level soodd can get around on his own. "my wife is my fulltime caregiver. i mean, she sees the bad days. she's the one that has to lug me up the stairs when i'm coming home from the er at 4 in the mornininor from surgery, you know. // the renovations they're projecting, they aren't just,
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they're for my whole family." to help raise money for project patriot..... the homebuilding association is having a fundraiser and movie screening november 5th at the orpheum theater. they'll be showing the film "the hornet's nest"... which tells the story of landen's elite army unit in afghanistan. jake>> another sioux city family that needs a helping hand now has a car to call their r n. thanks to the angel cars program... a joint venture between the community action agency of siouxland and tires, tires, tires. cars donated to the program are cleaned up and fixed up by tires, tires, tires... and then they're given out to someone who shows a significant need. etting back and fortrtto work better. getting mymyids to and from school. you know, the grocery store, doctor's appointment, everything you need a car for." over the past three years the program has given away 15 to 20 cars in sioux city alone. jake>> some local radio stations and unititpoint health - saintnt luke's are teaming up to help siouxland children.
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stations are holding a radio - thon to benefit the saint luke's children's miracle network. the goal is to raise 64 - thousand dollars in pledges. that would push the total amount raised during the past 15 years to 1 million dollars. the radio - thon will start up for another 12 hours starting at 6 this morning on k- g 95... z - 98... jake>> the website kickstarter can be a good place to find creative projects and interesting new gadgets. and if you find one you like... a loof times you can get it first and at a discount. in this tech minute... c - net dot com's sharon (pro - fiss) profis found three gadgets
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take on old tech. in san francisco, i'm sharon profis, cnet dot com for cbs news. jake>> there is a new push to limit the amount of meat people eat frfr animals given antibiotics. california researchers say
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antibiotic resislance in ople. almost 80 percent of the antibiotics sold in the united states are for agricultural use and many are the same class of drugs used to treat people. jake>> texas researchers have identified a small molecule that lets certain colorectal cancers become aggressive and resistance to treatment. doctors say the finding could help determine which patients might benefit from more intense therapy. jake>> and people with high cholesterol have an increased risk of painful problems with tendons. researchers think chronic low level inflammation brought on by cholesterol may contribute to the pain. jake>> actress hayden pannettiere announced earlier this week she's gegeing eatment for postpartrt depression. doctor jon lapook has a look at
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of women fighting it. i was pretty certain i was not going to be able to handle being a mother. (narration #2) (gfx: source: cdc) she was suffering from postpartum depression. (graphic) every year, about four million women give birth. anywhere from 8 to 19 percent report having frequent symptoms ofofepression. that's more than 300,000 women every y ar. (narration #3) dr. catherine birndorf of new york-presbyterian treats women with post-partum illnesu. (birndorf 5355) the biggest myth about post partum depression is that it doesn't exist. there are people who really believe that it isn't possible to be d dressed, or upset, or struggle around such a miraculous event as having a baby. (narration #4) safran was successfulty treated with therapy and antidepressants, and is now a therapist for women facing the same struggle she had. (20 11 24 jon )(over stills) when you look at them and you ththk back to how you wewe feelelg at the time they were born, what goes through your
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mind? (sot safran) it almost doesn't feel like it was me. it feels so far away. (020016 birndorf) the adjustment to motherhood, this is not easy. and the idea that we want women to do it effortlessly and smoothly and with a smile on their face is an enormous problem.. tag tetea cars have learned a new skill. we'll take a look at their autopilot...
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update. here's another way to travel in style - jet blue is the first airline to announce it is making in-flight wi-fi free on all of
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its planes, and it has the technology installed in about two thirds of it's fleet so far. it's been testing the free wi-fi on s se of it's planes fororver a year now, a service jet blue calls fly-fi. and the plan is to make high-spced service free on every plane by this time next year. every passenger will be able to connect to speeds 12-20 megabits per second, enough that you may be able to stream netflix. but the airline has a partnership with amazon, and the network will be optimized for prime members to stream amazon video and music.c. " and speaking of traveling with amazon, you won't be able to book a vacation on amazon realize you could book a vacation on amazon, did you? well amazon n ut down it's was a place where you could book a hotel for a weekend getaway, competing with similar services groupon. it was launched in april and only available in a few areas." amazaz destinations didn't last ng, but here's something that has. yahoo mail has been around
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for 18 years now, and yahoo has a new email app that doesn't require a password -- and you can use it to access your personal outlook, hotmail and aol mail accounts, too. when you log in, it sends you a push notification to your phone to verify it's you trying to log in. the new yahoo mail app also pulls in notificatioio from social media accounts, b b it esn't sync with gmaiaior enterprise outlook accounts. "that's it for this tech news update, and there's more at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey. ****""". jake>> nothing says halloween like the adams family... right? you've got a chance to see this great play... we'll tell you when...
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the weekend. the beginning of the week will start out in the 70s and breezy, but as the week goes on, the
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intotohe 60s, nothing says halloween like the addams family! you can come see this play at the shot in the dark theatre! that's why dale hartshorn joins
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jake and a guest or group of guests discuss upcoming jake>> thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment... or want to find out any more information... you can find everything on our web site... that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... jake>> w wll take a look at your
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violence. in the last two weeks... dozens of palestinians and 8 israelis have died. jake>> back in the states... more thunderstorms are expected today... jake>> back in the states... more thunderstorms are expected today... in parts of southern california... already hit with heavy rain and mudslides. huhureds of vehicles alolo a stretch of i - 5 in los s geles county became stuck in the mud thursday... backing up traffic for miles. officials say the state stills needs more rainfl to help alleviate its record - drought. jake>> and... the new york mets have advanced to the national league championship series. jake>> and... the new york mets have advanced tothnaon lg championshipiperies. the team beat the los angeles dodgers... 3 to 2... in the final game of the division series last night at dodger stadium. the mets now face the chicago cubs for a chance to play in the world series. jake>> and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. jake>> if you're hitting the road this weekend, here's a look at the cheapest places to fill up in town before you go, according to gasbuddy.com. looks like regular gas is 2.23 a gallon at love's over on singing
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in norfolk jake>> and 2.39 a gallon at kum
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