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jake>> secretary of state john kerry is asking israeli and palestinian leaders to restraint themselves and work together to stop the "senseless" violence but as c - b - s news correspondent jonathan vigliotti shows us... even with an unprecedented israeli security response... more than 40 palestinians and eight israelis have died. israeli authorities later admitted shooting an eritrean asylum seeker during the attack by accident...after mistaking him for the assailant. the unrest began last month over access to the temple mount in jerusalem - sacred to both jews and muslims. on sunday - prime minister benjamin netanyahu rejected
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observers to monitor the site: (sot netanyahu) "israel cannot accept the french draft resolution at the united nations security council. it doesn't mention palestinian incitement; it doesn't mention palestinian terrorism." (standup jonathan vigliotti/ cbs news/ tel aviv) the increase in violence has some cities like tel aviv suggesting a ban on arab maintenance workers and cleaners from schools. some israeli parents worry of an attack on their children. others civilians are flocking to gun shops to arm themselves: (mos sot) i think it's important in these cases to have a means of self-defense. as the death toll on both sides continues to rise -- secretary of state john kerry will meet with mideast leaders separately this week -- in an effort to ease tension in the region. jonathan vigliotti cbs news tel aviv. jake>> israeli security officials just identified the person who shot up that bus station sunday as a 21 - year - old arab citizen of israel. jake>> sioux city fire rescue
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had a busy weekend... just before noon saturday... firefighters were called to a fire in the 2400 block of williams avenue. just before noon saturday... firefighters were called to a fire in the 2400 block of williams avenue. there was a fire in the ventilation system of a vehicle paint booth. turns out sparks from welding inside started *filters* in the ventilation system on fire. no one was hurt. then just after 6 o'clock saturday night... there was a fire in the 1500 block of silver street. it was a home on fire... it didn't take long to get put out... no one was inside at the time. then firefighters had to come back just after midnight sunday morning... the fire had re - ignited. as of now... firefighters think this fire was set *intentionally.* and finally sunday... there was a fire just before 7:00 a - m at 1100 clark street... an electrical fire in a large industrial building owned by cargill. firefighters de - energized the equipment... and put the fire out. no one was hurt. jake>> supporters of nebraska's death penalty are successful keeping the punishment from
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being repealed... at least for now. the confirmation is coming from the nebraska secretary of state's office. a petition drive to support of *keeping* the death penalty got more than 143 - thousand verified signatures. that's 30 thousand more than needed to block repeal of the death penalty until a vote next november. petitions were collected from more than five percent of the registered voters in 85 of nebraska's 93 counties. nebraska lawmakers had overcome ricketts to pass a bill repealing capital punishment in the state. jake>> a former coach... and director of a program for "at risk" students in sioux city... has been found guilty of having sex with a student. 30 - year - old erick deleon has of sexual exploitation by a school employee. deleon was part of a non profit program designed to help "at
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at west as well. prosecutors said deleon and a 16 - year - old girl student started exchanging inappropriate text messages in the summer of 20 - 14... and eventually had sex twice at *her* home. a big issue in the trial was whether deleon could be found guilty of sexual exploitation by a "school employee"... because he wasn't employed as a teacher. the judge sided with the prosecution in issuing the verdict... but said changes to the law might be needed when it comes to non - teachers who supervise students. jake>> and this morning we know a northwest iowa teacher and coach is out of a job after he was found asleep in his classroom with a student. and the school board is also looking into the action of the superintendent who fired him. the sibley - ocheydan school board voted 4 to 1 last week to terminate kyle ewinger's contract. he was fired after the district's superintendent found him asleep in his classroom with the student...
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a student who has been staying with ewinger's family. ewinger says he wasn't able to leave the school until 3 a - m because of his duties as the head football coach. he'd locked himself out of his house and had no other option than having the child sleep on an air mattress at the school. no charges are pending in the case. jake>> a storm lake man convicted of forcing his wife to terminate two pregnancies is heading to prison. 55 - year - old tony lee was convicted of two counts of assault... two counts of forced consent to termination of a human pregnancy... and one count each... of assault while participating in a felony and witness tampering. he was sentenced friday afternoon to 15 years in prison. lee was arrested a year ago... after his wife made a complaint to police... saying he'd forced her to take pills to terminate pregnancies in 20 - 12 and 20 - 14. jake>> sioux city fire rescue say now they know what csed a garage fire in morningside last week.
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the fire broke out just after 10 - 30 thursday night in a detached garage at a home on morningside avenue. by the time firefighters got there... the garage was fully on fire... and it was moving toward the house. there were five people in the home at the time. "they occupants of the home had already made it out and their three children. it was called in by a passerby who also alerted the occupants that their garage was on fire." investigators say an electrical circuit failure in the garage started the fire. the home was moderately damaged on the outside... but the garage was a total loss. jake>> tribal leaders on the pine ridge reservation in south dakota are searching for solutions to end a growing number of suicides among children. reporter kevin woster visited the reservation... as tribal officials look for
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congressional delegation. noem said the stories and emotions hit her hard, as a a mother. "boy, it broke my heart," she said. "because a lo othe ivua aeminsuid ev yng101112 aro" bapridt hnelw d ee a oerril ilutnebuetee londruabe,si rentn d yclc eme. ngeeohe seatn,spiayo ffedspiay in ston o criaprlt i esns b t o o ttpt csre wnghfrhti n i thcoleonisbvus one issue, that's scary enough," he said. "but the number of attempts on the data they provide is abolutely stunning.
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so we've got to take some steps to address that." thune said more resources are needed for suicide prevention work and fighting drug and alcohol abuse. but upgrades in law enforcement will also help -- allowing children and other tribal members to feel safer. tribal officials working on suicide prevention say those steps should include residential suicide prevention centers close to home, instead of sending idaki o t rerviofotrtmt.h rg tt eaeninap ci i'theoliobeus idha trernft a w ysndacthsa ianhewe ibere lo m,tgtoe ng term, and it's got to be residential," said council member robin tapio. "because we're just spinning our wheels sending these kids to rapid city." jake>> tapio hopes thune and noem will persuade federal officials to provide money for treatment centers on the reservation... which she says could be under construction soon after funding gets there. he's won election to one of two seats up for grabs on the north pole city council in alaska. jake>> santa claus has a new job... a politician. he's won election to one of two seats up for grabs on the north pole city council in alaska. santa claus... yeah... this guy legally changed his name... santa claus... yeah... this guy legally changed his name... led all write - in candidates in the recent municipal election. before now... mr. claus was a park ranger and
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former law enforcement administrator. cat>> he also pushed for passage of erin's law in alaska... requiring public schools to start prevention - based sexual abuse programs. santa claus and a fellow councilwoman will be sworn - in today. jake>> . cat>> . cat>> . hunters paying large fees to hunt in africa always say they're helping african communities. coming up... we'll show you how they aren't
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good. we will hit the 80's today, but it will be breezy with winds gusting up to 25mph. overnight clouds will increase and temperatures will be warm and in the 50s. our next chance of rain will be tomorrow with scattered showers and temperatures in the upper 70's. we will dry out on wednesday and thursday with highs back in the upper 60's. another system will come through siouxland on friday bringing a chance for showers throughout the day. this weekend looks partly cloudy
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hovering around 60. jake/cat>> here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the royals are up big and the cubs are down big so far. who do you think will win it all? jake>> tech companies are the most desirable employers according to one career website.... (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in
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moneywatch. the dow climbed 74 points, and the nasdaq rose 16 tech companies are the most desirable places to work according to linked in's "2015 most in demand employers list". google, apple and facebook round out the top three. the social media site measured member interactions with employers' company pages, employee profiles and job postings. generous parental leave and "cool" offices are a few of the reasons the companies are sought after. while christmas is still months away - christmas presents may be heading your way much sooner! it's a race for time for many retailors - some companies like walmart, macys and target have even built new warehouses to keep up with demand and shipments. online retailor amazon is using robots to pull items in its warehouses cutting time to process an order from hours to minutes. want a free cup of joe? cosi is introducing its new specialty coffee through their wake up wednesday campaign. customers will be able to get free coffee every wednesday until the end of the year. or every cup purchased 10 cents will be
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bank that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more log on to cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, im hena daniels. jake>> the killing of (seh - sil) cecil the lion and the more recent death of a giant african elephant have put trophy hunting in zimbabwe in the spotlight. now... conservation groups are working to balance the outrage the hunts create with the big money the hunts bring in.
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debora patta has the story. there is growing international concern that zimbabwe's elephant population is in significant decline. so much so that the us fish and wildlife service has suspended all imports of sport-hunted elephant trophies from that country. but money from hunting and photographic tourism is the national parks sole source of funding. it is supposed to be ploughed ck into conservation and assist poverty-stricken communities living near the parks. but emmanuel fundira, of the safari operators association zimbabwe, says corruption and bloated bureaucracy prevent much of the money from helping those in need. sot:) well i would say it's there's a difference//do those resources then get into those communities? i think that's local chief victor nekatambe grew up in one such community (dp:) so how much money does the community get at the moment? (chief:) they are getting nothing, absolutely nothing (dp:) not anything
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(chief:) zero, nothing even though it appears there is no tangible benefit to communities... the high price tag that hunters are willing to pay for their trophies.. means the hunt will go on. dp, cbs news,... a wildfire in california has burned more than a thousand homes. after the break... we'll hear from one firefighter
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family. we will hit the 80's today, but it will be breezy with winds gusting up to 25mph. overnight clouds will increase and temperatures will be warm and in the 50s. our next chance of rain will be tomorrow with scattered showers and temperatures in the upper 70's. we will dry out on wednesday and thursday with highs back in the upper 60's. another system will come through siouxland on friday bringing a chance for showers throughout the day. this weekend looks partly cloudy
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hovering around 60. jake>> california fire authorities say they now have full containment on one of the most destructive wildfires in state history. we will hit the 80's od, t wi bbrzyitwis ti uto5m. ergh los llncasan errewi bwa a i he0s exchcef inilbe moowitscted ows petus t uers e llryutn dda hudawi hhsaih pe60.cfiair authorities say they now have full containment on one of the most destructive wildfires in state history. almost two thousand homes were destroyed... most in just a few hours... after the valley fire exploded last month near middletown... north of san francisco. among those who lost everything... eight firefighters.
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correspondent carter evans. (track) four people died in the valley fire. but duncan says many more were saved by fire crews who worked frantically to evacuate thousands from their
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01;27;46;10) "the firefighters are just trying to get people out of the way. you know it's life over property." (04) (track) justin galvan was battling another wildfire, when he heard middletown was being overrun. (justin galvan cal fire 01;27;25;04) ce: "you're a firefighter, you're out on the fire lines, and your home is on fire, and there's no one to protect it!" justin: "i know." ) (01;28;17;01) ***" what's the alternative??? you know, bring a bunch of resources over here, save my house and then have people perish down the street??yokn tt'no n ti. tsoi tu bb) tsauduanndamy sifting through the rubble) (voice of paul 113708) "i'd n ei bneouhe y ankninth w a kwi tt erwa otng cldo/(175 "srrl. trk)bo fils y they'll rebuld d ens they do.... (paul dunanalirba. e1;015i'reyr the next fire. i will make sure my family's taken care of, but i'm ready to go. those drones you might see flying around are about to get more expensive to fly. still to come... we'll show you why the government is going to require drones to be registered.
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at sunrise. good morning everyone, thanks for starting your morning with us.
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i'm jacob heller... cat>> and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. this weekend looks partly cloudy
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hovering around 60. as reporter brook silva braga shows us... we will hit the 80's today, but it will be breezy with winds gusting up to 25mph. overnight clouds will incasan emrrew wa a i he0s urexchcef inilbeoowitscted ows tpetus t uer ' e llryutn dndaan hudaw hacinhe pe60. th stw eroh uxndn id ng hae r ows rh thda th wk ksary o ancoeritouhisg ou 6 asetbk lvbra ss. weiht80 aybu t llee h nd usngp phovnit udwi iree d tus lle rmndn. nta ora wl tr h atrshe ndemrareinhp 70. wi weesy d rsyti bk t ur' noerysm llotu l ofayriina ncfserthugut ey ke t tnsri department today is expected to unveil a requirement for drone operators to register their unmanned aerial vehicles. as reporter brook silva braga shows us... the policy comes in the middle of growing concerns about potential crashes with commercial aircraft. geo-fencing is the elegant solution (vimeo /sat0096 1:02) a geofence would use software to keep drones away from airports and certain government buildings. some government
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fbi's ability to use drones for domestic surveillance. but even drone enthusiasts who support new rules fear competing regulations and laws won't keep up with the quickly evolving technology. (sot bill welch sun0227 1:01) (:10) the pandora's box is open. it's out. you can't get them back in . and all these kids are going to be getting them for christmas this year. they're supposed to register every one of these little things that come in a cereal box? i don't think it's going to happen. (sat0096 0:48 / vimeo) despite faa rules restricting drones near airports, pilots sighted more than 600 in the first seven months of the year. in new york, brook silva-braga for cbs news jake>> the goal is to have the registry in place for the holidays. jake>> road construction along i - 29 is going to cause more trouble for drivers today. the iowa d - o - t plans to close the southbound floyd boulevard exit this morning between 9 a - m and 3 p - m. that's so a contractor can put some barriers in place before this winter's planned
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interchange. drivers needing to access the downtown area from southbound i - 29 monday are asked to use the nebraska street exit instead. the northbound exit on to floyd boulevard shouldn't be affected. jake>> the city of cushing is warning the people who live there about a water quality issue. the city is reporting a possible high nitrate level in its water supply... and asks people to use an alternate source of drinking water... or boil the city's tap water before using it. the city's water should *not* be given to infants or used to make formula as of now. this advisory is in effect until further notice. if you need more information... stop at the cushing city hall. jake>> mercy medical center is working to prevent child abuse in siouxland. friday... medical professionals... friday... medical professionals... law enforcement officers and educators came together for mercy's protecting families conference. speakers from tennessee and texas gave talks aimed at providing conference attendees
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with the latest information to treat... prosecute... and prevent child abuse. "that is increases the statues of our center it makes us better at what we do. and it also provides us the opportunity to get national speakers on a local level." mercy holds these conferences two times each year. jake>> sioux city's children's miracle network chapter at unitypoint health saint luke's celebrated a major milestone friday night. at the finish of this year's i- heart media radio - thon... the local c - m - n chapter raised a total of 1 - million dollars to benefit health care services for local children during the past 15 years. day "two" of the radio - thon started at 6 friday morning... needing about 50 - thousand dollars to reach the 1 - million but 12 hours later that milestone was met. jake>> it's an annual siouxland
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disease. friday was the 11th annual "go red for women" event at south the goal is to bring more awareness to cardiovascular which is the number five killer of women each year. this year's event was keynoted by two young women who survived a stroke. the event also included a luncheon and a silent auction. jake>> it's a battle this war veteran will probably lose. now... this sioux city woman is trying to create a special memory for her children while there's still time. our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron)
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wauran has the exclusive interview with army veteran who is fighting for her life. jetske wauran reporting>> amanda worked with pilots and crewmembers of an apache attack regiment. and after four years...serving in the military and traveling around the world.., amanda returned to her home state of wisconsin...but it was there, she faced her own enemy. "they took me in for emergency surgery and while they were there they found the ccer. jetske wauran reporting>> doctors discovered tumors inside her abdomen...17 of them being cancerous. amanda rieckens>> "we did a cat scan and we realized that my ovary had enlarged to the size of about a fist and it had blocked all of my bowels." jetske wauran reporting>> and on december of 2014 amanda received the news... amanda rieckens>> "i had cancer as colon cancer on december 5th. and i went in for another surgery to get the port put in. it's a port you get put in for the injections. jetske wauran reporting>> the cancer spread rapidly throughout her body...pelvis, bladd, ovaries, colon... jetske wauran reporting>> doctors were able to remove about three feet amanda's colon
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chemotherapy... amanda rieckens>> "it's now into my pelvis, my lower groin area, my liver, some on my lungs. i have cancer on my bladder. it causes acne everywhere. i have it on my face and when i do my treatment it's worse." jetske wauran reporting>> and now the clock is ticking...her doctors say...she only has a couple of years left to live....but amanda isn't going to let her struggles stop her from living life... amanda rieckens>> amanda is part of warrior pointe...it's an organization created for all veterans...in peacetime, wartime..and those who are still serving... . "she's been a great person. a great inspiration and her story is felt everywhere, nationwide." jetske wauran reporting>> her mission now... amanda rieckens>> i know my kids
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are going to be well taken care, and that they'll know i love them, so i have a lot going on...i want to create as many milestones as possible... jake>> now... because of her health... amanda can't work anymore. one of amanda's wishes is to take her daughters to disneyland. and if you'd like to help her... we have a go - fund - me link in this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. jake>> astronaut scott kelly has now spent more time in space than any other american. according to nasa... friday was his 383rd day living in space. according to nasa... friday was his 383rd day living in space. that's a new record for cumulative stay. kelly is now more than halfway through a nearly year - long mission aboard the international space station.
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cat>> he acknowledged the new record... tweeting "records are meant to be broken." nasa says he is scheduled to come down to earth on march 3rd. by then... he would have spent 522 days in space. jake>> . cat>> . jake>> there's a senior wellness program at the y - m - c - a in south sioux city.
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in "talk of the town." we will hit the 80's today, but it will be breezy with winds gusting up to 25mph. overnight clouds will increase and temperatures will be warm and in the 50s. our next chance of rain will be
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tomorrow with scattered showers and temperatures in the upper 70's. we will dry out on wednesday and thursday with highs back in the upper 60's. another system will come through siouxland on friday bringing a chance for showers throughout the day. this weekend looks partly cloudy
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hovering around 60. the y - m - c - a has a new wellness program down in south sioux city. . that's why chris deroin and amanda caboth are here for "talk of the town" this morning. . that's why chris deroin and amanda cabot a he r a
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good morning. 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...
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slash sunrise... art conservation is an expensive proposition... out of reach for a lot of museums. we'll show you the man they call in when a project seems like too much. it's (time) this morning.
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news at sunrise. jake>> good morning, (city)... as we take a look from our (sponsor) camera. jake>> people go to museums to experience the art. but for an art conservator... it's the cracks... stains... and fading that catch their eye. restoring art is expensive... one chicago man is doing his
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do it witout him. here's vladimir (dooth - e - ay) duthiers. narr: since 2004, he has refurbished upwards of 1,500 paintings for close to 300 institutions nationwide... an estimated tab of about $5
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million. but his generosity is not for the big budget institutions... (16:20:06 barry sot): these smaller museums without a conservation department, they're lucky if they can pay for the heat and the light. conservation is a luxury, they could never even contemplate that... (nat of joe at painting) narr: joe kapler is the museum curator at the wisconsin historical society... (15:43:00 joe sot): "he has treated about 65 paintings for a market value of about 270,000 dollars. an incredible gift." narr: bauman's work for the society earned him a certificate of appreciation last year from governor scott walker. (15:43:00 joe sot): "these paintings will look great and be in proper condition for decades and decades." narr: on display at the museum, one of bauman's favorite pieces... a towering portrait of governor and general lucius fairchild by john singer sargent. (barry sot): "it's really been a joy for me to preserve cultural history for a place that could never even afford these services. narr: en after countless hours
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name. (16:23:47 barry sot): "when you go into a, museum, no one knows who did the conservation work, it's the artist that's narr: the work of an unknown master preserving history's
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to come. vd cbs news ny. jake/cat>> . we will hit the 80's today, but it will be breezy with winds gusting up to 25mph. overnight clouds will increase and temperatures will e rmndn 5. nt an ora wl torr wh atresher demrareinhepp 70. wi d o wesy d rsy thig bk t upr' oerymllomthug iola ofariina ncfoshetuut e y. iendoo tcdy d ol wh r g oinarnd0. keat jake>> time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler... tweeting is hard... pecking at the keyboard... tweeting is hard... pecking at the keyboard... waiting for ideas to hatch. that's why *australian restaurant chicken treat* might be geniuses... they're letting a chicken run their twitter account. this is betty... and here are some of her tweets... so far. cat>> the company says it's going for a guiness world record and betty is in charge until she types a "proper 5 - letter
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english word" the closest she has come thus far is the word "bum." the latest merger in the airline industry finished up when u - s airways made its final flight this weekend. coming up... we'll show you how they are trying to avoid the mistakes of previous mergers. cat>> plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up. it's now (timeas we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.
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news at sunrise.
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weather to go ... for siouxland news, this is sergeant terry ivener. jake>> here's a look at your news to go ... jake>> vice president joe biden could announce a presidential bid any day now. some political analysts think he's waiting to see how hillary clinton performs before the house benghazi committee this week. meantime - republican frontrunner donald trump continues to clash with rival, jeb bush, over claims trump would have prevented@the 9/11 attacks. jake>> a month-long cycle of violence between israelis and palestinians is showing no sign of letting up. on sunday, a gunman, believed to be palestinian opened d re in a southern israeli bus station, killing an israeli soldier and wounding several people.
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secretary of state john kerry will meet with mideast leaders separately this week -- to try to help ease tensions. jake>> and, heavy rain, flash flooding and mudslides are expected in the philippines...one day after a major typhoon made landfall. the slow moving, powerful storm destroyed homes and displaced thousands of people. it's expected to stay over the region for a few days...before moving on to taiwan and the coast of china. 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 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning". . i'm jacob heller.
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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 meorologist cat taylor. coming up is half hour... xxxx jake>> plus xxxx
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but first, cat, the weather? this weekend looks partly cloudy and cooler with our highs hovering around 60. jake>> u-s airways completed its merger wh american airlines this weekend, but not before embarking on one last flight. cbs news correspondant juliana goldman reports.. retired u-s air ceo ed colodny was on board ((sot mos about last flight)) change is the way of the world. bittersweet yeah, but more sweet than bitter by the time the flight touched down, u-s airways was already history. the final step in its merger with american airlines *had begun* at midnight...**starting the process of combining** the two massive resverations systems
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disrupting passengers. henry harteveldt has worked on several airline mergers.... ((sot)) when you put the reservation systems together its like doing a simultaneous heart and brain transplant. *merging the systems ** on a saturday means fewer people are flying.... and there's more time to fix any problems before the monday rush the reservation system is an *airlinene* nerve center .... linking millions of passenger files with available inventory, crew information, frequent flyer accounts, even baggage tracking. after a million hours of employee training, upgrades to 9000 kiosks and computers, and at least 6 test runs--american is trying to avoid the major problems seen **a decade ago** during **u-s air's merger** with america west or more recectly united andndontental's switch over that resulted in major delays and frustrated customers. ((sot)) if this doesn't go well it's a black eye for american airlines and that's why they have taken such great pains to make sure
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(julianna tag: so far no major hiccups...but american says they're not letting their guard down. elaine, they'll have a command center running around the clock for the next few weeks to jake>> sioux city fire rescue had a busy weekend... firefighters were called to a fire in the 2400 block of just before noon saturday... firefighters were called to a fire in the 2400 block of williams avenue. there was a fire in the ventilation system of a vehicle paint booth. turns out sparks from welding inside started * *lters* in the ventilation system on fire. no one was hurt. then just after 6 o'clock saturday night... there was a fire in the 1500 block of silver street. it was a home on fire... it didn't take long to get put out... no one was inside at the time. then firefighters had to come back just after midnight sunday
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morning... the fire had re - ignited. as of now... firefighters think this fire was set *intentionally.* and finally sunday... there was a fire just before 7:00 a - m at 1100 clark street... an electrical fire in a large industrial building owned by cargill. firefighters de - energized the equipment... and put the fire out. no one was hurt. jake>> supporters of nebraska's death penalty are successful keeping the punishment from being repealed... at least for now. the confirmation is coming from the nebraska secretary of a petition drive to support of *keeping* the death penalty got more than 143 - thousand verified signatures. that's 30 thousand more than needed to block repeal of the death penalty until a vote next november. petitions were collected from more than five percent of the registered voters in 85 of nebraska's 93 counties. nebraska lawmakers had overcome a veto from governor pete ricketts to pass a bill
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the state. jake>> a former coach... and director of a program for "at risk" students in sioux city... has been found guilty of having sex with a student. 30 - year - old erick deleon has been found guilty of one count of sexual exploitation by a school employee. deleon was part of a non profit program designed to help "at risk" students at north high. he was an assistant soccer coach at west as well. prosecutors said deleon and a 16 - year - old girl student started exchanging inappropriate text messages in the summer of 20 - 14... and eventually had sex twice at *her* home. a big issue in the trial was whether r leon could be foundd guilty of sexual exploitation by a "school employee"... because he wasn't employed as a teacher. the judge sided with the prosecution in issuing the verdict... but said changes to the law might be needed when it comes to non - teachers who supervise
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a northwest iowa teachch and coach is oututf a job after he was found asleep in his classroom with a student. and the school board is also looking into the action of the superintendent who fired him. the sibley - ocheydan school board voted 4 to 1 last week to terminate kyle ewinger's contract. he was fired after the district's superintendent found him asleep in his classroom with the student... a student who has been staying with ewinger's family. ewinger says he wasn't able to leave the school until 3 a - m because of his duties as the head football coach. he'd locked himself out of his house and had no other option than h hing the child sleep p an air mattress at the school. no charges are pending in the case. jake>> a storm lake man convicted of forcing his wife to terminate two pregnancies is heading to prison. 55 - year - old tony lee was convicted of two counts of assault... two counts of forced consent to
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pregnancy... and one count each... of assault while participating in a felony and witness tampering. he was sentenced friday afternoon to 15 years in prison. lee was arrested a year ago... after his wife made a complaint to police... saying he'd forced her to take pills totoerminate pregnancies in 20 - 12 and 20 - 14. jake>> sioux city fire rescue say now they know what caused a garage fire in morningside last week. the fire broke out just after 10 - 30 thursday night in a detached garage at a home on morningside avenue. by the time firefighters got there... the garage was fully on fire... and it was moving toward the there were five people in the home at the time. "they occupants of the home had already made it out and their three children. it was called in by a passerby who also alerted the occupants that their garage was on fire." investigatororsay an electrical circuit failure in the garage
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started the fire. the home was moderately damaged on the outside... but the garage was a total loss. jake>> tribal leaders on the pine ridge reservation in south dakota are searching for solutions to end a growing number of suicides that have included children. reporter kevin woster visited the reservation... as tribal officials sought help from members of the state's congressional delegation. from the school northwest of to the tribe's new criminal justice center just south of town to meet with oglala tribe
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leaders and the general public to talk about key issues, including the devastating suicide rates. noem said the stories and emotions hit her hard, as a congresswoman but especiallylys a a ther. "boy, it broke my heart," she said. "because a lot f os ndidlslsptg iceryou, , , yesd. ril esenjo ylo irstlendth tba fi olid dg nds d del ndg oralr olaenrcen ctd, tequit o dg us ie veioanpshgl atnt ou pf t rervio eelthe h lt ies c, er eellpn teimy.etyoh realng we ddg ar tithstie se h en lkgouht ha ft icanest no sd.th'soh h iweuranl t otr y gn hodn bab sp nit. h d e ikinuide srac,riinatntn a ucl obm ats a tgea del e.utheeptsfmeduidewerit igeng,hu .mtis oioly one issue, that's scary enough," he said. "but the number of attempts on the data they provide is absolutely stunning. so we've got to take some steps to address that." thune said more resosoces are needed for suicidederevention work and fighting drug and alcohol abuse. but upgrades in law enforcement will also help -- allowing children and other tribal members to feel safer. tribal officials working on suicide prevention say those steps should include residential suicide prevention centers close to home, instead of sending cil dsffhe seatn r eaen ty uehatrtmt rid tysn t sutn caes veo tu aer feda a fe e me ui y ren f. nger st blo term, and it's got t tbe residential," said council member robin tapio. "b"bause 're just spinning our wheels sending these kids to rapid city." jake>> tapio hopes thune and noem will persuade federal officials torovide money for treatment centers on the reservation... which she says
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after funding arrives. jake>> there was a running of the bulls -- of sorts -- in downtown oklahoma city friday. we're told those a a bubble bulls... you see b bncing off one another. after the running of the bulls, they got together for a game of bubble soccer.. cat>> former siouxland news at sunrise meteorologist lacey swope was among the media playing bubble soccer... to celebrate the p-b-r coming to oklahoma city in january. jake>> . cat>> . up next... instagram turns 5 this month. up next... we'll hear from the social media app's co-founders asashey
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worldwide and counti. cat>> we're checking up with moose again on this thursday
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jake>> what's up moose?
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our next chance e rain will be tomorrow with scattered showers and temperatures in the upper 70's. we will dry out on wednesday and thursday with highs back in the upper 60's. another system will come through siouxland on friday bringing a chance for showers throughout the day. this weekend looks partly cloudy
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hovering around 60. more than 40 billion photos later, the social media phenomenon keeps finding new ways to capture hearts and eyes. we will hit the 80's today, but wi bbrzyitwis uto5m. ergh los llncasan emrrwi bwa a i e0 urexchcef inilbe moowitscted ows petus t uer e llryutn dnda hudawi hhsacih pe60. th tw e roh uxndn id bngg ae r ows roho da
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th wke lkayocoeritouhisg ou 6 years since instagram started snapping up users in a flash. later, the social media phenomenon keeps finding new ways to capture hearts a a eyes. the co- founders gave cbs this morning anchor gayle king an unfiltered look at how instagram found its focus. here in silicon valley, kevin systrom has proven a picture is worth *more* than a thousand words. (nat- "remember 75 percent of the people whohose instagram are not inside the united states) in october 2010, systrom and co founder mike kreiger launched instagram, a photo sharing app now used by *400 million people* around the world. (gayle king) 16:15:34;12 when it started, five years ago, neither one of you could have predicted or expected this. so what was the expectation? what was your hope for this compapa? (kevin systrom) 16:15:54;0 we pressed the button a little bit after midnight to launch it to the apple app store. and immediately, people just started flowing in, all these email addresses singing up. the first day, we had 25,000
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people sign up. and, you know, both of us kind of looked at each other and-- (gayle king) 16:16:32;05 saidid"whoa." (kevin systrom) 16:16:33;08 yeah. before developing instagram, systrom called on krieger a soware engineer, to work on a location sharing app called "burbn" (gayle king) 16:20:34;14 what did he say he wanted to do? (mike krieger) 16:20:36;16 the website captured it really well. so he went to bourbon.com. it's a new way of communicating and sharing in the real world and i was excited about being able to help people ll their stories when they're out and abouou not when they're at theiriromputers at home, yo know, downloading 100 photos from their last weekend, but that instant right then and there. (gayle king) 16:20:59;09 yeah. what did you see, kevin? (kevin systrom) 16:21:04;19 a hope and a dream and not much reality. so we just had to, like, go after the idea that we could create an app that let people take advantage of the phone in their pock. t staeard-i was like, "you know, we've been working on this idea for a while, but i think there's something to this photos thing." and-- and he was like, "wait, i just left my job (laugh) to work with you on this apphat i really like and now you're saying we're gonna switch the idea?" (gayle king)
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16:21:36;11 pivot. (kevin systrom) 16:21:37;26 yeah. (laugh) well, that's the word they use. so there was this reality check where mike and i realized we had to work on something more compelling. 16:2:254;05 but we sat down in a om together one of t tse first days, and we listed out the things that people loved the most about%bourbon. at the very top was photography. and we just circled it and i remember we crossed everything off. and then from that point forward, we worked on instagram. today systrom and krieger are joined by a team of 250 employees. instagram's headquaters shared with other tech businesses like their parent company facebook k s the community feel of a college campus. (nat) inside there are conference rooms named after popular hashtags like #tbt and #selfie where employees strategize to create new ideas. (gayle king) 16:22:23;19 i love the name instagram. it comes from where? (mike krieger) 16:22:30;03 it's from a very long brainstorming exercise. 's also helpful havivi a co-founder, because we k kw the nd of things we had to get
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(gayle king) 16:22:49;25 what were some of the rejects ofnstagram? (mike krieger) 16:22:51;18 gather. which was-- ayle king) 16:22:52;19 gather? (mike krieger) 16:22:53;13 --they had an acorn and a squirrel as its icon. evin systrom) 16:22:55;14 i designed a very nice acorn (mike krieger) 16:22:57;26 it was really cute. (kevin systrom) 16:22:57;21 --in photoshop, yes-- (gayle king) 16:22:58;11 gather, okay. (kevin systrom) 16:23:05;09 instalux was another one. but we had this list. and i, like, it's funny, i distinctly remember the exact moment when we saw instagram. and we were both kinda like, "yeah. that could work." yle king: 16:41:35;14 well, you know, and leles talk about the selfie for a second. because when i saw the selfie feature, i go, "why would anybody-- why would i take a picture of myself?" and then, so you go tohat to, "here i am at the jay-z concert, hey, there's taylor swift behind me, here we are at rome, here we are at paris, this-- i'm at the so-and-so restaurant." so it goes from that to, who would ever do it, to now everybody
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selfies? (kevin systrom) 16:42:00;07 if you look at art throughout history, a dominant subject is pictures of people. so, like, portraits are not a new thing. it just means that now instead of paying someone to paint your portrait, you can tap a button and you have an instant portrait. and it's'sindaool to think of, likekean entire generation of people who get to o cord their lives and look back on them. gayle king: 16:48:26;05 i've seen more ads on instagram. is that a good thing? is that here to stay? mike krieger: 16:48:36;03 (laugh) yes-- kevin systrom: 16:48:36;02 well, i have-- gayle king: 16:48:35;16 make it stop, kevin. make it stop, mike-- kevin systrom: 16:48:36;29 no, i understand. two things, one isis gaylylking: 16:48:39;21 yeah, but you're going through your feed, and then there's an ad. kevin systrom: 16:48:41;20 yeah, mike`krieger: 16:48:43;04 well-- (laugh) gayle king: 16:48:43;27 you're like, "yeah." mike krieger: 16:48:43;08 --someone's gotta pay the bills. (laugh) kevin systrom:
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cheap to run. and we wanna make sure we can invest for the future. also, we but it's an awesome platatrm to allow businesses to o ll their true, authentic story to people-- and hopefully be able to build a business on top of instagram. an average of *80 million* photos are shared on instagram each day. giving people a platform to share their view of the world is what systrom is most proud of. (kevin systrom) 16:56:52;12 there were, you know, riots in baltimore. and devin allen, a photographer on the ground was t ting photos as-- as a photo journalist. but really as an instagram user. and one of the photos he posted to time. when s-- you know, snstorm juno hit-- in-- this past winter, the front cover of morning was a series of instagram images by normal people just using instagram. and power of, you know, citizen journalism and citizen, you know, participation and photography being out in the world. (gayle king) what makes a good instagram for
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there a good time? (mike krieger) 16:46:47;19 i mean, it's from the very beginning, we realized our weekends are huge. so weekends are our primetime. (kevin systrom) 16:47:38;08 my favorite is throwback thursday. (mike e ieger) 16:4:439;18 yeah. (kevin systrom) 16:47:40;08 i don't know if you've partic-- (gayle king) 16:47:39;07 that's your favorite? 16:47:40;30 yeah, it's awesome. i mean, seeing pictures of my parents when they were kids, my friends when they were kids, even just seeing, like, memories that people care about, throwback thursday basically (gayle king) 16:47:50;09 itit your favorite? (kevin systrom) 16:47:51;07 it-- well, but it's-- it's the ability to take an old photo and post on thursday. it's becomehis crazy trend with #tbt and now everyone does it. it's pretty cool-- instagram was only two years old when facebook took notice of it's "cool" factor. in 2012 facebook ceo, mark zuckerburg signed a one billion dollar deal with insagram to purchase the app. (mike krieger) :35:37;16 we were juju-- you know, we were weighihi it. 'cause it's one e those things
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where there's clear pros and cons. the risk is, you know, accompanying-- 17:04:13;06 but in retrospect, 's funny. le, wde- onr is,ik t cuy d-anki oth xpiee unhroct kethna. ik w ou'vcaedt ytng an le,s ngs op lod . utheon
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afr e ea . we will hit the 80's today, but it will be breezy with winds gusting up to 25mph. overnight
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the 50s. our next chance of rain will be tomorrow with scattered showers and temperatures in the upper 70's. we will dry out on wednesday and thursday with highs back in the upper 60's. another system will come through siouxland on friday bringing a chance for showers throughout the day. this weekend looks partly cloudy
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hovering around 60. jake>> bradley cooper is turning up the heat in the kitchen for his latest role ...and janet jackson proves she still has the right momos. suzanne marques has yoururye on entertainment.t. (narr:) janet jackson's "unbreakable" world tour energized fans in los angeles and san diego over the weekend. it coincides with jackson's new album "unbreakable." tonight, she performs in phoenix. -------------------------------- -------------------------------- ----- ((nats from the red carpet for " i saw the light ")) (narr:) tom hiddleston a a elizabeth olsen hit the rerecarpet in nashville for the premiere of their new movie "i saw the light." it's based on a biography about hank williams - focusing on the singer songwriter's career and stormy marriage. (sot tom hiddleston/ actor) "hank williams is someone i think who loved women, but he was also unintentionally cruel to them. he was a hard man to live with." "i saw the light" opens nationwide november 27th. -------------------------------- -------------------------------- ----- (narar) and, bradley cooper plala with fire in "burnt." cooper is an up-and-coming chef
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looking for redemption after drug abuse and bad behavior cost him his restaurant. (sot bradley cooper/actor) i think he just had too much too soon and he sort of blew it all up. he hasn't really learned his lesson. "burntntopens in theaters friday.. that's'sour eye on entertainment. s sanne marques, cbs news, los angeles. jake>> here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the royals are up big and the cubs are down big so far. who do you think will win it all? customers seem to be fans of all day breakfast at mcdonalds. still to come this morning... we'll show you why some franchise owners aren't so happy about the change. cat>> it's now (time) as we take
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a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. your weather and morning news are all aheaea
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news at sunrise. good morning everyone, thanks for starting your morning with us. i'm jacob heller...
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taylor. this weekend looks partly cloudy and cooler with our highs hoveringround 60. but as hena daniels reports... it turns out some franchise ownene are not lovin it. we will l t the 80's today, but it will be breezy with winin gustst t25h.veig cldsilie a teerer wl wm d th50 one nofaiwi b omrowi sttedhors d mpaen e pe 0' weildroones a thsd whgba ith 6s.tr st wlmhrgh ouanonrying chceorhorshgt d. edokpalyly clewi o hs vengrod .h ie ror.. rnouso fncsee a n lint. lt e 'sod, t bbzyitws i uto5m. erg los llncasa emrarewi w i he0s exchcef inilbeoowitscted os tpetus t ue 's e lrutn dndaan hdw hhsacinhe e60. th stw ce roh xndn id bngg ae r ows roho hda ja>>casw rv breakfast all day long. but as hena daniels reports... s t merahi owners are not lovin it. breakfast items at mcdonalds are no longer just for breakfast. (nat-mcdonald's commercial) "now you're free to enjoy the breakfast you love, anytime you wish. n nway, yes way" the fast food giant recently introduced all day breakfast.... lori cabral (cuh-brawl) is a fan - she was able to get hashbrowns and yogurt at 6pm in the
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evening. (sot- lori cabral (cuh-brawl)/all day breakfast fan) "that's my very favorite part of their menu so i'm very happy" (bridge: hena daniels/cbs news/new york) customers may be enjoying all day breakfast but it seems not are lovin it. the finance company nomura more than 200 mcdonald's locations.... some think the new plan is working - - t many complain the added items are (fs) 'erratic, distorted, disorganized direction from mcdonald's'... one franchisee 'having a negative impact on service' another said and "all day breakfast is expensive and difficult to (vo) but the mcdonald's corporation is defending its decision. in a statement the company tells cbs news.... 'we're hearing from customers and the overwhelming majority of our 3,100 franchchees that all (vo) cabral (cuh-brawl) agrees. (sot-lori cabral/all day breakfast fan) "yes it's great, it's great." in the survey even frustrated franchisees admitted customers want it... which means all day breakfast is likely here to stay.
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york. jake>> road construction along i - 29 is going to cause more troublblfor drivers today. the iowa d - o - t plans to close the southbound floyd boulevard exit this morning between 9 a - m and 3 p - m. that's so a contractor can put some barriers in place before this winter's planned construction around that interchange. drivers needing to access the - 29 monday are asked to use the nebraska street exit instead. the northbound exit t to floyd boulevard shouldn't be affected. jake>> the city of cushing is warning the people who live there about a water quality issue. the city is reporting a possible high nitrate level in its water supply... and asks people to use an alternate source of drinking water... or boil the city's tap water before using it. the city's water should *not* be given to infants or used to make formula as of now. this advisory is in effect until
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if you need more information... stop at the cushing city hall. jake>> mercy medical center is working to prevent child abuse in siouxland. friday... medical professionals... friday... medical professionals... law enforcement officers and educators came together for mercy's protecting families conference. speakers from tennessee and texas gave talks aimed at providing conference attendees with the latest information to recognize... treat... prosecute... and prevent child abuse. "that is increases the statues of our center it makes us betttt at what we do. and it also provides us the opportunity to get national speakers on a local level." mercy holds these conferences two times each year. jake>> sioux city's children's miracle network chapter at unitypoint health saint luke's celebrated a major milestone friday night. at the finish of this year's's-
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hehet media radio - thon... the local c - m - n chapter raised a total of 1 - million dollars to benefit health care services for local children during the past 15 years. day "two" of the radio - thon started at 6 friday morning... needing about 50 - thousand dollars to reach the 1 - million mark... but 12 hours later that milestone was met. jake>> pretty soon, you won't need your phone to make phone
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here's your c-net tech update. and in other software-behaving-badly news, if you have windows 7 or 8, it's very easy to install windows 10 even if you didn't w wt to, and microsoft is calalng this an acacdent. the admission comes from a report by ars technica. the update to windows 10 is listed as an optional upgrade, but it's selected with a check mark by fault, so if you're not paying attention and click okay to update too fast, it could start the upgrade. it's not supposed to be checked off, and microsoft said it is changing that. "but it's hard to stay mad at microsoft when you hear about how much easier they just made video callll skype now lets you send a video chat invite to anyone w wh a link, and they can jump in n ur call without needing to create a skype account or download the software. on skype, you click the plus new to get a hyperlink& to the chat to send to someone. paste it wherever, in an email, on facebook, on twitter, whatsapp. that person joins as a guest from their computer using
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the us and uk. " "and there's more changes coming to our communication. later this year, you won't need to have yoyo phone with you to r rieve phone calls. if someone calls or texts your primary phone number, you can get the message on your tablet or smartwatch -- even if your phone is disconnected from the network. one phone number can be tied across multiple devices. at&t, sprint and t-mobile announced this technology is coming soon. at&t calls it numbersync. this means if you go for a run with a smartwatch, you won't need your phone with you to get messages, and you can make calls from your watch with that number. ah but here's the twist to it all: that tablet or smartwatch needs to have it's own 3g or 4g cellular connectcon. most smartwatches do not, but some are starting to, like the latest lg watch urbane. right now those devices are assigned a seperate number, but you don't want a separate phone number for a watch. at&t says numbersync capable devices are coming later this year, but no word on if this will be an extra cost to your bill. t-mobile and sprint didn't say when its customers
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would be able to get this technologygy" "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. ****""". people on diets try to cut different things to stay healthy. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you why enough
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a healthy diet.u this weekend looks partly cloudy
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hovering around 60. jake>> people try to cut the fat out of their diets... but are they getting enough protein? our own siouxland news anchor cat taylor met with a dietician to see why enough protein is an
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living. "protein really is important in your diet; it's one of the three macronutrients. pro;eins, carbohydrates, and fats are your main macronutrients which means you need the most of those in your diet. so protein is an important building block especially for bones, muscles, blood, skin, and among other_ things too." cat taylor siouxland news>> stephanie small is a clinical dietitian at mercy medical center, and she says that ther are multiple types of protein, but preparation of the protein is important. stephanie small mercy medical center>> ""good protein sources are things like your lean meats: chicken, fish, eggs, nuts, dairy products. those are all good sources of protein." "when you're preparing your protein foods, such as meat, always try to grill or broil or bake your meats and try to avoid frying, when you're adding protein to your diet." cat taylor siouxland news>> small says that protein shakes can be a good idea for some people. stephanie small mercy medical center>> "protein shakes c c be a good addition to your diet, as long as you're getting a variety of other foods too. protein
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shakes are pretty easy on the go types of foods, so if you're having a hard time getting protein in or perhaps if you're vegerian, sometimes those protein shakes can fill in that gap for getting enough protein." cat taylor siouxland news>> according to small, you can have too much protein and it can be dangerous, so moderation is key. stephanie small mercy medical center>> "overall in general it's just important to have a little bit of everything in moderation. trying to find a diet that you u n follow for a lifetime is important becausee any didi that you go on, oncnc yoyogo off the diet, you'll probably gain the weight back." cataylor siouxland news>> for siouxland news, i'm t taylor. jake>> there's a hiring fair at st. luke's.
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in "talk o o we will hit the 80's today, but it will be breezy with winds gusting up to 25mph. overnight clouds will increase and temperatures will be warm and in the 50s.
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tomorrow with scattered showers and temperatures in the upper 70's. we will dry out on wednesday and thursday with highs baba in the upper 60's. another system w wl come through siouxland ononriday bringing a chance f showers throughout the day. this weekend looks partly cloudy and cooler with our highs hovering around 60.
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there's a hiring fair at st. luke's. if you're looking for a job in a medical field... now's your chance. that's why nancy mcguire is here for "talk of the town" this
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good morning. jake>> thanks for being with us this morning.
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if you missed this segment... or want to find out any more information... you can find evevething on our web site... that's s suxland news dot comm slash sunrise... jake>> we'll takaka look at your news and weather to go coming up after the break...
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atat jake>> it's now (time) as we
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(xxx) cam. cat>> here's a look at your weather to go ... jake>> here's a look at your news to go ... jake>> vice president joe biden could announce a presidential bid any day now. some political analysts think he's waiting to see how hillary clinton performs before the house benghazi committee this week. meantime - republican frontrunner donald trump continues to clash with rival, jeb bush, over claims trump would have prevented the 9/11
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attacks. jake>> a month-long cycle of violence between israelis and palestinians is showing no sign of letting up.p on sunday, a gunman, believed to be palestinian opened fire i ia southern israeli bus s stion, killing an israeli s sdier and wounding several people. secretary of state john kerry will meet with mideast leaders separately this week -- to try to help ease tensions. jake>> and, heavy rain, flash flooding and mudslides are expected in the philippines...one day after a major typhoon made landfall. the slow moving, powerful storm destroyed homes and displaced thousands of people. it's expected to stay over the region for a few days...before moving on to taiwan and the coast of china. jake>> and be susu to check out siouxland nene dot com all day at work and homemeor the latest
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. captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, october 19th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." the republican leading the benghazi committee tells colleagues to shut up. how hillary clinton's testimony this week could shake up the presidential race. >> amazon is suing more than a thousand people for writing fake reviews on its website. college football fans deliver death threats to a michigan punter who broke thousands of hearts when he botched a routine play. we begin this morning with a
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look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. jeb said weere safe with my brother, w were safe. the world trade center just fell down so when he said we were safe that is not safe. we lost 3,000 people. >> mr. trump talks about things like he is still on "the apprentice apprentice." >> hillary clinton will testify before the house committee. >> shut up about things you don't know anything about. >> freeze and frost warnings are in effect from michigan to washington. >> winds topping 50 miles an hour and two peoeoe died. >> an attack killed an isrsrli soldier andounded ten others. the latest bloodshed. >> chaos at a zombie festival in florida and police are looking for the shooter. >> can you hear@ the gunshots. killing one and injured others.
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