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this xxx morning. jake/cat>> . jake>> this morning we're still waiting to hear if vice president biden will run for president. the latest monmouth university
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poll shows support for the democrat in the lead right now... hillary clinton... *would dip* if biden were officially in the race.. c - b - s news correspondent brook silva - braga is in new york with the latest in the 20 - 16 presidential campaign. biden is said to be in no rush to make a decision - even as hillary clinton increases her lead in national polls. (sot earnest) if you are making your decision about whether to get into a race based your perception on somebody's else standing in the race, that's not clinton will testify before the house benghazi committee on thursday...testimony that could last 8 hours. -nat - on the republican side donald
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trump continues to lead--he's won virtually every national poll for four months. (sot trump) i don't want anybody's money. // i'm not selling myself to special interest groups, or insurance companies, or lobbyists. the secret service is reviewing requests for protection from the trump and ben carson campaigns. while carson has denied the request came from his team...the former neurosurgeon who's second to trump...admitted to receiving many threats. brook silva-braga for cbs news. jake>> democratic presidential candidate jim webb could drop out of the democratic race soon. his support's hovering right around one - percent... and there are reports the former virginia senator is now thinking about running as an independent. jake>> the f - a - a is planning to start registering recreational drone users. a department of transportation task force will start registrations as soon as this holiday season. officials say the idea is to come up with a "culture of
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accountability" to keep up with the skyrocketing popularity of drones. safety's been a worry lately... th drones flying toooolose to commercial jets... crashing at sporti events... even falling onto the white house lawn. and here in siouxland... that f - a - a decision could have an impact on a partnership between morningside college... south sioux city's martin field... and the whiting community school district... they all train people on how to fly drones safely. one of the course instructors says the new rules strike an important balance. "they have been working on this thing for quite a while, i think that there close to having mething that will bebealanced between the hobbbbuser, the commercial user,r,nd the faa as far as registering them and keeping everything safe." he also says the drone industry isn't thrilled with the new rules... but he says something needs to be done. jake>> new life for a bit of sioux city's riverfront...
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historic north side home. those are two of the biggest decisions from last night's siououcity city council the council unanimously approved a contractcto do 2 point 2 milllln dollar repair to the police and fire headquarters building downtown. the building was only built in` the late 1980s... but it's had a lot of mold issues... plumbing and electrical problems... and foundational cracks. work on renovations to fix some building more energy efficient will start right away. city officials expect the project to take about a year and a half to finish. ththcouncil also agreed d spend 45 - thousand dollarartotudy e future developmentntf the city's riverfront... like where the argosy casino was docked. the consultant doing the study will come up with a master pla for chris larsen park and the surrounding area... which'll be submitted to the public to think about. mayor b scott says it's important the public has a say in the future of the riverfront.
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be that the citizens have input first and then take it to the different planning deals to have them put it on papererit's important to me that c cizens have some e put and we have something down there that we can be proud of for years to come." one possible use? an r - v park on the iowa side of the missouri river... one possible use? an r - v park on the iowa side of the missouri river... to compete with the scenic park r - v park in south sioux city. and after years of delays and debate... the council has given the final go - ahead to tear down an old mansion in sioux city's rose hill district. the developer... jim gengler... appeared before the council quite a few times after the home on grandview boulevard was determined to be unsafe to live in. that was in 20 - 13. the vote to go ahead with the demolition was three to two. jake>> students in south sioux cityre helping people get into the halloween spirit... and helping out a great cause at the same time. students at lewis and clark elementary school in south sioux are selling pumpkins to benefit
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the food bank of siouxland. the pumpkins were donated by the local plumbers and steamfitters union... and the proceeds go to the food bank's back pack program for hungry kids. "kids are given a lot sometimes. it's nice for them to see how they can be involved in their community and how they can give back to their community. even if they don't have a lot, there are ways you can give back." the sale will start back up this afternoon at 3 - 15 and run until 5 at lewis and clark elementary school in south sioux city. jake>> the state of iowa is offering a new workforce housing loan program for smaller towns that are growing fast. the program will give money to help build more rental housing because of local employment growth. the program has 5 - million dollars ready... in the form of low - cost... repayable loans to cities and counties. "it's another infusion of additional cash hopefully coming in to help grow and provide not only rental units but single-family housing also. it's
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across state." governor branstad says the loans will have a one percent interest rate... and the housing units built using these funds will not be age restricted. jake>> it's a picture that might show the most infamous iceberg in history... and it's going up for auction. this grainy black - and - white picture was taken on the morning of april 15th... 1912. by the time the picture was taken... the titanic had already sunk into the atlantic. it was taken by the chief steward aboard the ocean liner 'prinz adalbert'... he didn't even know what was going on with the titanic. cat>> historical recordss say the picture is possibly the iceberg the titanic hit. along with it... a note from the chief steward mentions seeing red paint on the
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iceberg. a british auction house is handling the sale. pre - sale estimates place it between 15 - to 23 - thousand dollars. jake>> . cat>> . cat>> . the bell inside the world's most famous clock is 156 years old... and it's starting to show its age. coming up...
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ben might be on borrowed time. today will be partly cloudy with a small chance of a sprinkle with temperatures reaching 77 degrees. . today will be partly cloudy with a small chance of a sprinkle with temperatures reaching 77 degrees. r rain chances increase every day this week starting tomorrow where we could see a few isolated showers. thursday will be mostly cloudy during most of the day until the afternoon hours when rain chances take over. rain will continue into friday for most of the day with temperatures in the upper 60's. we will clear out for the weekend with partly cloudy ski
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60's. . jake/cat>> here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the first full length trailer for the newest star wars movie
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your favorite star wars momoe? jake>> a future president will be getting a new ride. kekeeth craig is in new w rk with your c - b - s moneneatch. rates across the board will increase by nearly five percent. starting december 28th, ground rates and other charges will go the new prices being implemented as revenue has slowed. the company says the rate and surcharge changes will also address increased costs. ---- monday on wall street the dow closed up 14 points the nasdaq was up nearly 19. ----- if you don't have health insurance, the federal penalties u face are set to jump next year. this year, the fine is 325-dollars. ththpenalty will rise to 695 dodoars or 2.5 percent of taxable incoco... if you are uninsured the full year. ---- a bigger and better air force one is now in the works, and the air force has tapped 'boeing' to make it. the new plane that will fly the president around the world will come with a pricetag of more
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until 20-23. that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more - go to cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, i'm kenneth craig. jake>> the bell inside london's "big ben" clock tower has been malfunctioning... maintenance workers are worried it'll need a complete overhaul. but doing that could silence it for months. c - b - s news correspondent mark phillips gets an inside look with the workers who keep big ben ringing. booong big ben's been striking the hour for 156 years. (interior hammer striking bell) (nat snd) booong but the thing's been sliing. it was out a whole six seconds last summer.
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(clockwork mechanism/nat snd) booong (working on mechanism) the guys who maintain it -- like ian westworth -- have been struggling to keep it on time... even using pennies as weights. (sot ian westworth) (2812) by putting on or taking off a penny on the pendulum like this (uh uh) you speed up or slow down the clock by 2/5ths of a second in 24 hours. (mechanism) but now big ben is on borrowed time -- so worn out it may have to be stopped and completely overhauled.... (clockface) or before the fourteen-foot long, six hundred pound minute hands fall off because the bearings are shot. it would be like stopping the heartbeat of london... (quentin lett set up w/ mark) ... says newspaper columnist quentin lett. (sot quentin lett) this is the marrow in our bones this old clock mp one clock? ql: one clock and you know the thought of it not being there or one hand flying off or heaven forbid t t thing going digitalal isisust too gruesome to considid., (old newsreel of routemaster) it would be like losing yet another old symbol of london... (oncam 1-- cover top with
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behind mark when referenced) (4224) the much loved hop-on-hop-off routemaster buses are gone... (back oncam) to be replaced by these unloved models. (oncam 2 -- stepping out of red phone box, shows cellphone) (164058) the old red phone boxes are only kept around for the tourists since the advent of you know what. (oncam 3 -- - n from black taxi to mp) (4238) and londonsnsamous black cabs are now threatened by uber. if big ben were to go... (sot letts) it would be a calamity a catastrophe and for that reason i suspect they will find a way round this. (big ben beauty shot/ nat snd) booong. but they're running out of time. mp cbs news london drones are more popular than ever... which has set off a debate over their safety... and just how legal they are. after the break... we'll show you why there's a rush to get a drone registry set
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cat>> . . today will be partly cloudy with a small chance of a sprinkle with temperatures reaching 77 degrees. our rain chances increase every day this week starting tomorrow where we could see a few isolated showers. thursday will be mostly cloudy during most of the day until the afternoon hours when rain chances take over. rain will continue into friday for most of the day with temperatures in the upper 60's. we will clear out for the weekend with partly cloudy skies
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60's. jake>> drones landing on the white house lawn... today will be partly cloudy with a small chance of a sprinkle with temperatures reaching 77 degrees uraichceinea ery iseestti torw ree ulsea w ldows. urayilbeosy ou dungosofhayn afrnn urwh rn nc te er aiw te toriy mt d h petus er0 weicr t r e ke wh r udsks tptus l 60.dresanngn e white use lawn... at the u - s open... disrupting wildfire operations. all of this is driving the department of transportation to take action... announcing drones will have to be registered with the government. c - b - s news correspondent
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was announced. we would expect, ah, retroactive registration, ah there may be a grace period this task force might have to come up with those solutions. ((sot 125520)) kvc (off cam) but how are you going to enforce that? are you going to send the drone police after people? ((sot 12:55:23)) well look, ah the reality is, is that the signal we're sending today is that when you enter into the national airspace it's a very serious matter this isn't riding your atv on your own property a new task force will have a month to recommend how the registry should work and which drones should be registered. ((sot 153242)) we can't continue to vilify this technology because its incredible, it will be a game changer in terms of the economy. michael droback runs the small uav coalition--its members will be on the task force. ((sot 15:19:44))
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can they do it in a month? ((sot15:19:55)) do i have concerns about how short of a timeline this and what it will m mn for industry? of course. (kris: secretary foxx gave few specifics about the registry, what information will be required and who will have access to that information. scott, the goal is to have the registry working in time for the holiday season because the faa expects a million drones to be sold.)). the crisis in syria and the tension in israel might be behind a new hack on u - s government officials. still to comom.. which officials are afafcted... and why the hacker is bragging
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at sunrise. good morning everyone, thanks for starting your morning with us. i'm jacob heller...
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taylor. we will clear out for the weekend with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 60's. c - b - s news correspondent jeff pegues takes a look at the tweets from the anonymous hacker who's been bragging about the breach. today will be party ou wh ma cncof sine hmateseain77 grs. r inhaesncasey ts ektaintorr e cldee f isat swe. rsylest ud urg stfeytit ftno hrshr chct or. inilcoin oi fomo othdaw teerur ithupr' e lll t
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0' c bswsorspdee puetas lo at es omhenomo k ho bn agngbo rch a>iaw w enforcement sources confirm the personal e - mail accounts of c - i - a director john brennan and homeland security secretary jeh johnson have been hacked. c - b - s news correspondent jeff pegues takes a look at the tweets from the anonymous hacker who's been bragging about the breaea. in fact, the unidentified hacker, -- who claims to be a high school student -- says the information came from the private email account of cia director john brennan. whoever it isialso claims to have hacked into the private email account of homeleld security secretaryry jeh jojoson. throughout the day -- the hacker appeared to be taunting the officials and others in government. "we are not doing this for personal satisfaction, we are doing this because incent people in palestine are
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being killed daily". and..."anyone know who we should target next?!?" (reporter standup close: jeff pegues/cbs news/washington) "in a statement the cia would only say that it has referred the matter to the appropriate authorities. scott, we contacted some of the names on the list that was leaked and one person told uheheas shutting down hisis emaiaiaccount and was considering g sconnecting the cell phone number that was made public. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington. jake>> federal authorities say this is a criminal investigation... and they're trying to find the suspect for questioning. jake>> some relief for commuters along i - 29 in sioux city yesterday morning. the e anned closing of the southbhbnd interstate 29 offff ramp to floyd boulevard that was scheduled to s srt yesterday morning... has been *postponed* until later this week. the project will let a
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that'll be done on that interchange this winter. the d - o - t says a new date for that work... and the closing of that ramp... will be announced soon. jake>> it's a legal decision that's caught a lot of people off guard... and angered a lot of people... even the family of a victim. a judge has reduced the sentence for an orange city women who was sent to prison for the death of a child who was in her care. rochelle sapp was sentenced to 100 - years in prison after pleading guilty to involuntary endangerment resulting in the death of 3 - year - old autumn elgersma. she got 50 - years for each count... which were to be served *consecutively*... or one - after - the - other. thursday... the judge in the case changed sapp's 50 - year prison terms to be served *concurrently*... at the *same time*. we reached out to autumn's mother... she says she can't b bieve at's happened. jejeelgersma autumn's mother (p(pner)>> "it was a comomete punch in theheut and it came totally unexpected. i had no idea that was something that the
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sentence, we were shocked. i don't know how else to describe it." in his order... reconsidered the sentence by his own choice... in his order... judge edward jacobson says he reconsidered the sentence by his own choice... saying sapp had no prior record and had been a model prisoner. iowa law lets judges reconsider a sentence within one year of sentencing. the changegeeans sapp will be eligible for parole in about 3 3 years... instead of the 70 she was looking at before. jake>> it might seem early to be talking about taxes. but a local program is already looking for volunteers for the upcoming tax season. the volunteer income tax assistance program... or vita (vee - tuh)... is looking for volunteer tax schedulers... preparers... and greeters. the program gives help to low - to - moderate income families who need assistance filing their tatas. volunteers helped 15 - hundreded siouxlxld residents file during
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the last tax season. "the program is 100% volunteer-run so without volunteers the program does not happen. we serve a lot of people and takes a lot of volunteers to make that happen." if you'd like to become a volunteer... you can go to the center for siouxland at 715 douglas street in downtown sioux city. we also have more information in this story on our website at siouxland news dot com. jake>> last night was s d ribbon night at the long lines family rec center. red ribbon week is actually october 23rd to the 31st... but things kicked off a bit early. last night focused on keeping kids drug free and encouraging them to live healthier lives. folks got free pizza... pop... and got to play some games. "this really brings the community together and just living drug free is very important for everyone. i think it's really important that we give that message to young kids, so they can continue to do that throughout theirirife and live a
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successful, happpplife." the sioux city mayor's youth commission teamed up with the elks club... chestermans... and other agencies to make the evening a fun time for everyone. jake>> it's beginning to look a lot like christmas... in california the citadel outlets near los angeles claims this is the "world's tallest christmas tree!" it was hoisted into the air by a crane yesterday morning. cat>> take a look at how big it is! the tree stands 115 feet tall! that's 40 - feet taller than the rockefeller christmas tree! jake>> . cat>> . jake>> siouxland tanzania educational medical ministries is having an auction coming up. we'll tell you how this helps
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60's. stemm... siouxland tanzania educational medical ministries... is having an auction... you'u' going to want to bebe there! steve meyer joins us for talk of
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good morning. jake and a guest or group of guests discuss upcoming community events. if you missed this segment... jake>> thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment... or want to find out any more information... you cacafind everything on our web site... that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... a lot of folks like to go with current events when thinking of a halloween costume. up next... we'll take a look at some of the best costumes for this year. it's (time) this morning.
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jake>> good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (sponsor) camera. jake>> it's less than two weeks until halloween. and... as usual... a lot of this year's costumes are ripped from the headlines. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos shows us 20 - 15's kookiest costumes. (tony bianchi) "about 48." (tony bianchi) "trump is outselling hillary. i've had hillary for a while. hillary's old news." and this is what the media have been calling sexy donald trump for the ladies. yandy.com sells lingerie but
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happened. (stephen colbert) "the internet blew up over this video of a rat carrying a whole slice of pizza." they introduced the pizza rat costume, with rat ears, tail and pepperoni pizza pockets. yandy's #1 bestselling costume is the blue/black vs. white/gold dress called "what is the color?" even the animal rights group peta is selling costumes. (dan carron)"this is cecil the lion as you can see he's getting revenge on dr. palmer." peta says it's a tongue in cheek way to provoke discussion of trophy hunting. (dan carron) "and be the talk of the party." the price, 140 dollars. the lion's share goes to fund peta's causes. but who needs a new costume when you've already dressed your baby up as the pope? and gotten his blessing. other do-it-yourself ideas for babies, movie popcorn or spaghetti and meatballs. and if you happen to be pregnant, turn your baby bump into the perfect pearl or the magic 8 ball. but halloween mainstays tend to be mundane. (tony bianchi) "the bread and butter are vampires.verybody wants to be a vampire. everybody
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and what's a kid want to be? disney's barfing gnome. "there's a straw on inside of it and you blow on it and it unravels." (jeanne moos) "you can't get any better than rainbow barf " though there are those who would probably argue that people who dress up for halloween... "they're losers" jeanne moos cnn new york.. today will be partly cloudy with a small chance of a sprinkle with temperatures reaching 77 degrees. our rain chances increase every day this week starting tomorrow where we could see a few isolated showers. thursday will be mostly cloudy during most of the day until the afternoon hourwhen rain chances take over.
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rain will continue into friday for most of the day with temperatures in the upper 60's. we will clear out for the weekend with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 60's. jake/cat>> . today will be partly cloudy with a small chance of a sprinkle with temperatures reaching 77 degrees. our rain chances increase every y iseestti ow ree ulsea w lad ows. raibeosy ou dungosohaynt t afrnn urwh rn nc te er wi ctie toriyt t wh pets ue0' weicr t r e k whr cudsks tpets t l 60./t. ayibay ou wh m nof inemateeain77 grs r inhaesnaey ts ektaintr whe cldee f isa w. yllest cud during most o t uilhe tohos ena haesakov.>ti f aritohe sunriswrle..dugeintietfo ewst ws"il pre - sales startelast night
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after the debut t the final trailer. they're expected to sell out at *light speed.* cat>> in fact... tickets have already sold out in britiain. cat>> in fact... tickets have already sold out in britiain. and it looks like we won't be too far behind on this side of the pond. "star wars: the force awakens" opens around the world on december 18. the michigan wolverines were seconds away from beating michigan state this weekend... then the unthinkable happened. coming up this morning in your 6 o'clock hour... we'll show you why michigan's punter is getting death threats. cat>> plus your morning news,
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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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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 pays tribute to former vice president walter mondale at the white house today... as he keeps thinking about running for president. the buildup comes as current democratic frontrunner... hillary clinton... gears up for her testimony before the house benghazi committee this week. on the republican side... the secret service is reviewing requests for protection from the donald trump and ben carson campaigns. jake>> federal officials are investigating a high level security breach... involving the personal emails of two top national security officials. authorities are trying to locate an anonymous hacker... who supposedly broke into the
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emails of c - i - a director john brennan and homeland security secretary jeh johnson. the white house is calling on congress to pass cybersecurity legislation... that's being held up in the senate right now. jake>> and... oscar pistorius is officially under house arrest. jake>> and... oscar pistorius is officially under house arrest. the double - amputee olympian was released from prison monday... after seseing 263 days behind bars. pistorius was convicted last year of culpable homicide in the killing of his girlfriend... reeva steenkamp. 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
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. i'm jacob heller. 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? we will clear out for the ekend with partly cloudy skies and d mperatures in the low 60's's jake>> t t university of michigan's i ierim athletic director is condemning what he calls "vicious comments" by college football fans. a last second loss against rival michigan state led some fans to threaten the *life* of michigan's 22 - year - old punter. adam (zook - er) zucker... host of "college football today" on c - b - s... gets us up to speed. (nats: announcer) (sat0076/3:45) "oh he has trouble with the snap!!" punter blake o'neill fumbled the ball popping it right into the hands of michigan state's jalen watts-jackson who raced 38 yards for a touchdown. (nats: announcer shrieking) (sat0076/3:52)
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of the game!!!!!" michigan state won twenty-seven totowenty-three (nats: show twitter video we got of upset guy) (muscourtesy: scott edwards) "oh my god!!!" ....crushing the dreams of wolverines fans everywhere. harbaugh 1 - "they played their guts out and played winning football, overcame so much and we messed up the play at the end." (sot: drew sharp) (drew sharp intv//184257) "even in the press box, our jaw dropped wondering how the heck could this have happened." (sot: drew sharp) (drew sharp intv// "the fans stayed in that s sdium for a good fifteen minutes after that game ended, stunned." (gfx in) once the shock wore off -- fans turned to social media. some hurling insults and death threats at australian born o'neill in tweets that have since been deleted.(gfx out) (gfx in) sunday, michigan interim athletic director jim hackett fired back in a letter saying - today i awake to the shocking reality that our community who care so much about this program would sendndurtful, spiteful andnd viciououcomments to one of our students....i'm asking thahaour community not lose this game
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comments..."(gfx&out) (sot: drew sharp) (drew sharp intv//183545) "mistakes are gonna happen. it's sports.//you can even say you know what kid unfortunately you blew it. it stops there. the fact that you're making threats against his life. and making a concern for his personal safety - that crosses the line.". jake>> the f - a - a as planning to start registeteng recreational drone users. a department of transportation task force will start registrations as soon as this holiday season. officials say the idea is to come up with a "culture of accountability" to keep up with the skyrocketing popularity of drones. safety's been a worry lately... with drones flying too close to commercial jets... crashing at sporting events... even falling onto the white house lawn. and here in siouxland... that f - - a decision could have an impact on a partnership between morningside eollege... south sioux city's martin field... and the whiting community school district... they all train people on how to fly drones safely.
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one of the course instructors says the new rules strike an important balance. "they have been working on this thing for quite a while, i think that there close to having something that will be balanced between the hobby user, the commercial user, and the faa as far as registeringnghem and keeping everythingngafe." he also says the drone industry isn't thrilled with the new rules... but he says something needs to be done. jake>> new life for a bit of sioux city's riverfront... and the end of the line for a historic north side home. those are two of the biggest decisions from last night's sioux city city council meeting. e council unanimously approved a contract to do 2 2oint 2 million dollar repair to the police and fire headquarters building downtown. the building was only built in the late 1980s... but it's had a lot of mold issues... plumbing and electrical problems... and foundational cracks. work on renovations to fix some
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will start right away. city officials expect the project to take about a year and a half to finishsh the council also agreed to spend 45 - thousand dollars to study the future development of the city's riveront... like where the argosy casino was docked. the consultant doing the study will come up with a master plan for chris larsen park and the surrounding area... which'll be submitted to the public to think about. mayor bob scott says it's important the public has a say in the future of the riverfront. "i think that the process should be that the citizens have input first and then take it to the differenenplanning deals to haha them put it on paper. it's important to me that citizens have some input and we have something down there that we can be proud of for years to come." one possible use? an r - v park on the iowa side of the missouri river... one possible use? an r - v park on the iowa side of the missouri river... to compete with the scenic park r - v park in south sioux city. and after years of delays and debate... the councicihas given the final
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go - ahead to tear down an o o mansion in sioux city's rose hill district. the deveper... jim gengler... appeared before the council quite a few times after the home on grandview boulevard was determined to be unsafe to live in. that was in 20 - 13. the vote to go ahead with the demolition was three to two. jake>> students in south sioux city are helping people get into the halloween spirit... and helping out a great cause at the same time. students at lewis and clark elementary school l south sioux are sellininpumpkins to benefit the food bank of siouxland. the pumpkins were donated by the local plumbers and steamfitters union... and the proceeds go to the food bank's back pack program for hungry kids. "kids are given a lot sometimes. it's nice for them to see how they can be involved in their community and how they can give back to their community. even if they don't have a lot, there are ways you can give back." the sale will start back up this afternoon at 3 - 15 and run until 5 at lewis and clark
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city. jake>> the state of iowa is offering a new workforce housing loan program for smaller towns that are growing fast. the program will give money to help build more rental housing because of local employment growth. the program has 5 - million dollars readad.. in the form of low - cost... repayable loans to cities and counties. "it's another infusion of additional cash hopefully coming in to help grow and provide not@ only rental units but single-family housing also. it's a issue in small communities across state." governor branstad says the loans will have a one percent interest rate... d the housing units built using these funds will not be e restricted. jake>> another round of violence rocks the west bank between israel and the palestinians... with more blood on both sides. our natial correspondent jeff barnd has the latest on what the united states can do... if *anything*...
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these sworn enemies. /sot/ "occupuation is oppression... oppression and subjugation". /sot/ (ron dermer, israeli ambassador to u.s.) "we have to take the action in order to protect our population, and that's what we're doing." /vo/ at the u.n... israel points to susuosed palestinian propagagda... showing a drawawg of the human body entitled how to stab a jew. /vo/ secretary of state john kerry expressed his concern regarding the bloodshed in israel. /sot/ kerry "we continue to urge everybody to exercise restraint and restrain from any kind of self help in terms of the violence. and israel has every right in the world to protect its
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/bridge/ secretary kerry will meet with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu in germany this week and then travel to the middle east-possibly jordan- to meet with palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas. /vo/ isreal supporters say the white house is blaming *israel* for palestiniaiaterror. and turning its back on the closest mid-east ally we have in the u.s. /sot/ obama "i don't think we can wait for the all the issues that exist between israelis and paleistinians to be settled in order for us to tamp down the violence right now." /vo/ meantime the palestinian authority has declined to denounce the terrorist attacks... nor have they called for an end to the violence. i'm jeff barnd reporting it won't take you to a galaxy far far away...
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but this star wars themed jet will take you to and from tokyo. japan's largest airline... all nippon airlines... rolled out the r - 2 d - 2 jet saturday in tokyo... complete with folks dressed up as characters from the movies.s. cat>> the 787 dreamliner... is the first of three "stars wars" themed planes. cat>> the 787 dreamliner... is the first of three "stars wars" themed planes. no word if there's extra leg room for wookiees. jake>> . cat>> . all four sioux city high schoooo haveve chance to make the playoffs. chris neyenhouse breaks down the scenarios and checks in with bishop heelan head coach jerry steffen.
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cat>> we're checking up with moose again on this thursday
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jake>> whahas up moose? today will be partly cloudy with a small chance of a sprinkle with temperatures reaching 77 degrees. our rain chances increase every day this week starting tomorrow where we could see a few isolated showers. thursday will be mostly cloudy during most of the day until the afternoon hours whenenain ances take over. rain will continue into friday for most of the day with
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60's. good morning siouxland here's a look at your morning sports. today will be partly cloudy with a small chance of a sprinkle with temperatures reaching 77 eee oura cnc iree er ayhw srtg moow erweou s aew oledhor hudawi bmolyloy inmo othdaunle eronou wnin ans keve ra lnuntfray r stfey th mpatesnepe60. w arutorhe ekdtay o ses d mpatenew s.orngiola he'a look at your m mning sports. this w wk we'll be crowningg several siouxland playoff teams. but did you know that all four sioux city high school football teams are still alive for
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seven sioux city north. if they beat des moines east, and beat them by a lot they could be in as long as council bluffs thomas jefferson loses. and 2 and 6 west is in if they beat des moines hoover. sioux city east t ays johnston for a shot at the 2-seed and an opening round home game. but they would need lewis central to lose if that happens. ifast loses they could drop down to fouth settig up an opening round matchup at dowling catholic. as for bishop heelan, win lose or draw they're the two seed in 3a district 1. with a likely home matchup against b-h/rv. but coach steffen and the crusaders are focused on their matchup with 1 and 7 le mars friday night. he says you throw out the records when you play them. jerry steffen - "i don't care what record they have. when they go against heelathey're going to play lights out. it'll be there best game of the year. they'll show up to play just because it's again heelan. don't be surprised if it's a closer game than you're thinking right now." the outcome of our game of the week will determine whether western christian n the number
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one seed in clcls 1a district 2 ... or the last seed, number 4! the ridge view raptors invade hull and they've got their own stakes too. if they win they could be the top seed, more likely the number two seed. both would mean home openers in the playoffs. a loss drops them to third. hear from raptors head coach jeff de haan tonight on siouxland news at ten. western christian head coach travis koy-muh's turn will be wednesday night at 10. it's the raptors and wolfpack. it's our game of the week. battle creek at wakefield in a little nebraska volleyball action. 1.first set. wakefield up two to nothing. battle creek's katelyn brauer with the spike. wakefield not able to handle it. two to one wakefield. 2.josephine peitz with the kill. just gets it in. set tied at three apiece. 3.later in the set.. battle creek's s ya johnson with the kill. bravette's up five to four. 4.the set was back and forth.. taya johnson again with the kill.. set tied at six apiece. 5.later in the set.. the trojan's savannah nelson with the kill.. set tied at seven apiece.
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6.battle creek eventually pulled ahead.. the bravette's cassie gillespie.. the lefty with the spike. battle creek up twenty one to eighteen and they would win the first set enty-five to twenty two. bravettes win it 3 sets to none. speaking of nebraska volleyball here's nebraska preps rankings due out today. but they posted them monday so we got em! and we're got three number one teams! lots of good siouxland teams in c-2. west point guardian angels and stanton are still 1st and third spectively. ponca is new to the top ten coming in at 6th after being unranked last week. wisner pilger drops from 4th to 8th. in d-1 emersonubbard is still number one. howells dodge drops from 5 to 6. in d-2 oneill saint mary's jumps from 2 to one. and wynot is still number 7. district volleyball begins november third. king of the cage is back in siouxland! the winnavegas casino will be hosting the harvest of champions this saturday night . sioux city's danny black has won the caca. all in the first round. in his last fight i heaea him say come on, give me someone tougher. he should have that.
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charles, krazy horse bennett. throwing his opponent into the cage, jumping on top of the cage. the knockout artist's fights always end in thrilling fashion and he's known as one of the most entertaining fighters in the world of mma. black gets a title shot if he can defeat the man who's been the main even on showtime three times. he also wants to put himself and john devall's mmamatudio on the map. danny black - "this fight, there's a lot on the line, i've kind of smashed through my last few opponents. there's a lot of videos going around trying to psych me out about crazy horse and i followed the guy growing up watching mma my entire life. i know what he's about and the crazy thinin he does. leading up to this fight with this win n get t title fight and the e ance to prove john and i, we belong in this sport." royals with a chance to go up 3-0 on the blue jays in the a-l-c-s. 1)e pick things up in the bottom of the third inning. troy tulowitzki take johnny cueto deep for a three run hr!
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2)hen a couple batters later. kevin pipiar rbi double 7-2 jays! johnny cueto pulled from the game someone get cat taylor some sympathy flowers... she'll need 'em. royals fall 11-8. that's it for your morning sportscast. and join me right here again tonight for sports at
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back to you jake.3 star wars fans needed the force last night... when tickets went on sale and the full - length trailer debuted. it's (timeme..
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60's. jake>> this morning we're getting our closest look yet at a galaxy far far a ay... disney released d e longest trailer yet for the newest star wars movie. the two - minute clip introduces new characters and brings back some favorites. and as reporter brook silva - braga shows us... in just a few hours... movie tickets for episode seven sold out at a lot of theater locations... and online. episode seven-the force awakens- will hit theaters december 18 and is projected to break box office records. tickets went on sale for the first time last night. (sot tue0045 0:42 ian cullity/couldn't buy tickets online) "fandango crashed, i tried to make it work on the app, it didn't work. i tried to make it work online; it didn't work." (tue0041 0:38) and so he like many went straight to the theater. (n tue0041 0:46) seventeen tickets (aptn la -:35 zoe sing for
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cameras.) even hollywood stars are clamoring for tickets tohe latest installment of the epic film -- directed by jj abrams: (sot zoe saldana) i'm having a hard time stopping myself from e-mailing j.j. (director j.j. abrams) and going, 'dude, li, we worked together. can do you do me a solid and hold two tickets for me?' (mon0480) episode seven mixes familiar faces and new ones... (sot mon 0480 1:11 harrison ford) it's true, all of it (mon0480 / tue0041 1:13) ...a passing of the torch on screen that will be mirrored in the audience. (sot michelle davis / fan tue0041 0:48) my mom waited in line at hollywood to see the very first star wars and she her button that says "may the force be with you." so it's a tradition in my family. the star wars movies heleld ususr in the modern blockbuster and invented the prequel... getting fans to turn up for the release of a trailer? there is no try. they just do. brook silva-braga, for cbs news jake>> here's what we're talking about on faceboooothis momoing... the first full length trailer for the newest star wars movie
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was released last night. what's your favorite star wars movie? a best selling author and his head chef are dishing out the secrets to their unique style of cooking. jake>> still to come this morning... a best selling author and his head chef are dishing out the secrets to their unique style of cooking. we'll get a taststof their new cookbook. cat>> it's now (time) as we take a look outde (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. your weather and morning news
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news at sunrise. good morning everyone, thanks for starting your morning with us. i'm jacob heller... cat>> and i'm meteorololist cat taylor. we will clear out for the weekend with partly cloudy skies
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60's. jake>> some relief for commuters along i - 29 in sioux city yesterday morning. the planned closing of the southbound interstate 29 off - ramp to floyd boulevard that was scheduled to start yesterday morning... has been *postponed* until later this week. the project will let a contractor get ready for work that'll be done on that interchange this winter. the d - o - t says a new date for that work... and the closing of that mp... will be announced soon. jake>> it's a legal decision that's caught a lot of people off guard... and angered a lot of people... even the family of a victim. a judge has reduced the sentence for an orange city women who was sent to prison for the death of a child who was in her care. rochelle sapp was sentenced to 100 - years in prison after pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment resulting in the
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elgersma. she got 50 - years for each count... which were to be served *consecutively*... or one - after - the - other. thursday... the judge in the case changed sapp's 50 0 year prison terms to be served *concurrently*... at the *same time*. we reached out to autumn's mother... she says she can't believe what's happened. jen elgersma autumn's mother (phoner)>> "it was a complete punch in the gut and it came totally unexpected. i had no idea that was something that the judge could even do. so when we found about the cut and the sentence, we were shocked. i don't know how else to describe it." in his order... judge edward jacobson says he reconsidered the sentence by his own choice... in his order... judge edward jacobson says he reconsidered the sentence by his own choice... saying sapp had no prior record and had been a model prisoner. iowa law lets judges reconsider a sentence within one year of sentencing. the e ange means sapp willlle eligible for parole in about 35 years... instead of the 70 she was looking at before. jake>> it might seem early to be talking about taxes.
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but a local program is already looking for volunteers for the upcoming tax season. the volunteer income tax assistance program... or vita (vee - tuh)... is looking for volunteer tax schedulers... preparers... anangreeters. the program gives help to low - to - moderate income filies who need assistance filing their taxes. volunteers helped 15 - hundred siouxland residents file during the last tax season. "the program is 100% volunteer-run so without volunteers the program does not happen. we serve a lot of people and it takes a lot of volunteers to make that happen." if you'd like to become a volunteer... you can go to the center for siouxland at 715 douglas street in downtown sioux city. we also have more information in this story on our website at siouxland news dot com. jake>> last night was red ribbon night at the long lines family rec center. red ribbon week is actually october rd to the 31st... but things kicked off a bit early. last night focused on keeping
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kids drug free and encouraging them to live healthier lives. folks got free pizza... pop... and got to play some games. "this rely brings the community together and just living drug free is very important for everyone. i think it's really important that we give t tt message to young k ks, so they can continue to do that throughout their life and live a successful, happy life." the sioux city mayor's youth commission teamed up with the elks club... chestermans... and other agencies to make the evening a fun time for everyone. ke>> israeli - born chef (yo - tam) yotam (ought - toh - lehn - ghee) ottolenghi is out with a new cookbook based on recipes from his london restaurant. he already wrote four best - sellers. but his *new* book takes (ought - toh - lehn - ghee) ottolenghi and his fans on a detour. reporter charlie d'agata went
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is adding some flavor. the idea behind 'nopi' the book, is to challenge cooks to recreate the magic of yotam ottolenghi...at home. with the help of his head chef and latest collaborator, ramael scully... or just 'scully ' as he is affectionately known. (flash to us looking at 'burnt miso butterscotch') err.. scully's the one who burnt the miso paste. (upsot exchange from demonstration) cd: when you came out with it i thought, "oh he's going to have to make another one." ao: well this is how it should be. rs: that's what you're looking for. this is not a mistake. there's more trial than error involved in creating the new dishes featured in the book. (scully working on his own // diners in the restaurant) ottolenghi 'discovered' scully working in one of his kitchens. 'the big man with the congenial smile,' in his words, who brought bold, intense flavors, with an asian flair to each new creation. run scscly voice from sit dodo interview under pictures of him working) 'born in malaysia, grew up in australiand my mother's side we haze indian and chinese heritage. on my father's side we have irish and balinese erag' wathknk bng sear ilucetoth
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th cghtheyo ong. t ma sll- ef 094:): / poib f t men like you to work together? i an you have your ideas, you have your ideas. does it clash? does it work? rs: // when i first started, i remember you going scully this is too much elements. let's take this out. it has taught me in a way that sometetes too much of a plate doesesot work and i like being a young chef. but now he's got me three components. make it simple. make the flavors come out, though. the whole thing about this dish, the quail. yo: he describes it as easy. it wasn't easy to get him out of his way but he started like, he was trained in very formal restaurants. so there was always like 17 elements on the plate. it was kind of.. can we lose something? he goes like, "alright, chef." (ottolenghi nat: these i haven't tried yet) (ottolenghi with tamimi - stills) jerusalem-born ottolenghi has built a career on collaborating: the jewish chef who famously partnered with palestinian chef sami tamimi to bring middle eastern 'street food' to a globob audience. (demonstration of ottolenghi & scully preparing meal + variouse of book) the new cookbook includes 120
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recipes of the restaurants most popular dishes, an asian twist to ottolenghi's signature style of combining fresh and innovative ingredients. like the quail with burnt miso butterscotch and pomegranate and walnututalsa. (upsot exchange from demonstration - 10:39:00) rs: so we're going to lightly spread it on top. okay guys? yo: you see how savory it is? you want to make sure it doesn't overshadow the meat completely. ottolenghi said he considers scully less a prot?g? than a partner; a master gaining knowledge from the student. (sot: yotam ottolenghi - chef - from sit down interview 10:55:15): yo: for me, // , it was very much learning from scully. // we constantly learn from people around us. cd: not every chef is like that. ao: i think probably the most brilliant chefs do absorb from their surroundings. cd: or maybe they don't admit it. ao: or maybe theydot mii ah(lgh (g ootlehi ckks anoftteni'prio cookbooks...who now number in the millions...may find the new one more comex vio fd da otlehihi carhiis reantoofeurg restaurant food. he says the recipes may take more commitment but they're not out of reach for amateur cooks. the quail took less than 20 minutes to prepare. (sot: yotam ottolenghi - chef - from sit down interview
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15:57:48): yo: that whole ethos of cooking in a restaurant is what we try to bring to the home cook. some ingredients, some recipes are slightly mororcomplicated. others simplererut overall it's a slightly more evolved way of cooking. cd: you're there to challenge your readers. ao: we want to take them to the next step. it's about raising the game. dishes designed to impress guests...that look harder to prepare than they were. delicious, delectable...and most importantly, doable at home. a new report warns no amount of alcohol is safe for pregnant women. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you why it says even
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60's. jake>> a new study of m - r - i scans shows men and women's hearts age differently. the major difference is how the muscle surrounding the main heart chamber changes over time. in men... it grows bigger and thicker. in women... it stays the same size or gets smaller. scientists at johns hopkins university say the information might someday help doctors use gender specific treatments for heart failure. jake>> if you have more than 11 moles on your arm... you might have a higher risk of melanoma. london researchers say the risk of melanoma increases two to
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four percent for every mole you have. people with 11 or more moles on their right arm were more likely to have 100 moles on their whole body. jake>> and when you tickle the toes of a newborn... the baby might not be experiencing what you think. a new study out of london shows infants who are less than four months old feel the touch... and wiggle their feet without connecting it to the person who is touching them. researchers say the babies perceived the touches just on their bodies... and not from the external world. jake>> new warnings today about the dangers of drinking alcohol during pregnancy. the american academy of pediatrics has issued a new report that says *no amount* of alcohol is safe for pregnant women. we're getting the details from (we - juh) weijia (jang) jiang in washington d - c. i would say i'm a social drinker.. couple of drinks a week with friends, with a nice
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meal.. (nats greeting doctor) now a new recommendation from the american academy of pediatrics says completely abstaining from wine, beer or hard liquor is just common sense. (sot 2:16:41dr. jennifer wu)9 what we are finding now is that even small amounts of alcohol can increase the risk of fetal alcohol syndrome. (gfx) studies show pregnant women who drink in the first trimester are 12 times more likely to give birth to a child with behavioral or neurological issues. and drinking throughout pregnancy puts babies at *65 times* the risk. (sot dr. jennifer wu 2:18:08) a baby's brain and central nervous system is exquisitely vulnerable to *teratogens* --f things that can cause damage -- and alcohol is one of them. lauren is expecting her little girl on new year's eve. she says until then she'll use other ways to relax: like baths and walks in the park. weijia jiang, cbs news,
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washington.. if you get a message from facebook... it could mean someone from the goverment is trying to hack your account. we'll show you how it works...
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in your c - net tech update. jake>> good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (sponsor) camera. jake>> amazon is cracking down on thousands of fake product reviews. jake>> good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (sponsor) camera. jake>> amazon is cracking down on thousands of fake product
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update. ***" " and in other news that makes you feel paranoid about the government, if you own a drone, you will have to register it with the u.s. department of transportation. the
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creating a task force with the federal aviation admistration to registration system is going to work, but the goal is to have the rules set before the end of the year. it will mean even if you're buying drones for fun or as a hobbiest, you'll need to agree to rules to fly them government will be able to indentify your craft. faa guidelines say you're not 400 feet or within five miles of ***" "meanwhile amazon is dealing with it's own drama when it comes to keeping track of real user reviews. amazon is now suing more than 1,000 people who posted fake product reviews. if you ever thought a review was too positive to be true, there's a chance it may have been paid for. the retail giant filed a lawsuit friday, asking a washington state court for damages relating to schemes on the website fiverr.com. it's a marketplace where people pay $5 or more for small gigs and odd-jobs. in this case, the gigs were for writing fake five-star reviews with fake names and ip addresses. some companies even tried to fake records that the reviewer bought the product, so
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purchaser. amazon hasn't yet named the companies or people involved in the fake reviews. amazon argues that it's a breach of customer terms of service to be deceptive. ***" "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. ****""". today will be partly cloudy with a small chance of a sprinkle with temperatures reaching 77 degrees. our rain chances increase every day this week starting tomorrow where we could see a few isolated showers. thursday will be mostly cloudy during most of the day until the afternoon hours when rain chances take over. rain will continue into friday for most of the day with
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weekend with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 60's. jake>> we'll take a look at your traffic, news and weather to go
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you're watching siouxland nene jake>> it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (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 pays tribute to former vice
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white house today... as he keeps thinking about running for president. the buildup comes as current democratic frontrunner... hillary clinton... gears up for her testimony before the house benghazi committee this week. on the republican side... the secret service is reviewing requests for protection from the donald trump and ben carson campaigns. jake>> federal officials are investigating a high level security breach... involving the personal emails of two top national security officials. authorities are trying to locate an anonymous hacker... who supposedly broke into the emails of c - i - a director john brennan and homeland security secretary jeh johnson. the white house is calling on congress to pass cybersecurity legislation... that's being held up in the
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senate right now. jake>> and... oscar pistorius is officially under house arrest. jake>> and... oscar pistorius is officially under house arrest. the double - amputee olympian was released from prison monday... after serving 263 days behind bars. pistorius was convicted last year of culpable homicide in the killing of his girlfriend... reeva steenkamp. jake>> and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day
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news, weather and sports. good morning, it is tuesday, october 20ing, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." an embarrassing hack attack on the director and homeland security chief t. hacker claims to be a teenager with another target in his sights. a key family member backs biden for president and chelsea clinton is here to discuss the challenges in her mom's campaign. also in studio 57 today, music star usher, legendary linebacker ray lewis. >> we begin with today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds.
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