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this xxx morning.. the weekend will start dry on monday but our next system will arrive on tuesday bringing rain and wind for a few days next week and temperatures in the low to mid 50's. jake/cat>> . jake>> as we start this da.. now we know hurricane patricia is officially a category five storm with the potenenal to be *catastrophic.* the storm is churning toward southwestern mexico. the storm is about 160 miles south ofanzanillo... that's on the pacific coast. patricia is forecast to come ashore later today... bringing heavy rain... destructive waves... and powerful winds. cat>> maximum *sustained* wiwis
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hourur. it's gusting even higher... making it the strongest hurricane ever observed in the western hemisphere. hurricaine patricia is expected make landfall as a category 5... it could do catastrophic damage jake >his morning hillaryy clintotojoins other democrat presidential candidates... as presisint obama... at the women's leadership forum in washington. her appearance comes after a showdown with the house benghazi committee investigating the deaths of four americans... including u - s ambassador to libya chris stevens... on september 11th 20 - 12.
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champion wraps up the hearing. clinton not only defended her actions as secretary of state but also her use of a private email account. (s(s) i did not conduct t st of the business that i i d on behalf of our country on email. i conducted it in meetings. things got heated when republican committee chair trey gowdy asked her about her frequent email exchanges with longtime friend, sidney blumenthal. (sot clinton) i don't know what this line of questioning does to help us// (sot gowdy) it's relevant because our ambassador was asked to read and respond to blumthal's dribble//in some instances on the very same day he was asking for security. democrats sparred with republicans and called the hearing a show trial meant to hurt clinton's presidential run. (sot rep. elijah cummings) "we're better than using taxpayer dollars to try and destroy a campaign." in the end, chairman gowdy admitted the committee walked away with little new information. (sot trey gowdy) "i don't know that she testified that much different today than she has in
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previous times she testified//i have to go back and look at the transcripts." the latest quinnipiac poll shows clinton still in the lead among likely democratic voters in iowa...with rival bernie sanders trailing close behind. don champion cbs news. side... the (kwin - ip - e - ack) leading donald trump for the first time in iowa. the third republican presidential debate is set for next week. jake>> sioux city police have a warning for us this morning... a man wanted for murder in miami might be *here.* 28 - -ear - old jonathan berrio is wanted on a warrantntor second - degree murder for a homicide in miami... sunday october 11th. police think berrio is in the sioux city area... and they're asking us to be on he's considered armed and dangerous. "we do believe that his family is aiding him, yes. his family is here in sioux city. we have nothing telling us that he has
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that." anyone who has information about where berrios is should call the sioux city police department or crime stoppers. you could get a reward of up to jake>> land ownersrsighting a proposed pipeline through northwest iowa have lost legal challenge... but they say the battle's going during a hearing in cherokee earlier this month... three landowners challenged whether the iowa utilities board has the power to grant eminent domain to the company that wants to build the dakota access oil pipeline. the pipelili would stretch from the babaen oil fields in north dakota... through south hakota. it would also run from lyon county in northwest iowa all the way to southeast iowa. judge carl peterson dismissed the lawsuit... ruling landowners have to do everything they can through administrative channels *before* they sue a state agency. talked with one of f e plaintiffs who owns land just west of ames. "well, we're of course very
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disappointed but we're resolute in our belief that property owners have basic rights." the judge *did not* rule whether dakota access is eligible for inent domain. the state utilities board is holding public hearings on the pipeline... then it'll make a decision on whether or not to grant eminent domain. jake>> some folks in siouxland got a chance to enjoy two passions last night. art... and food. the sioux city art center held its "artilicious" event last night. it comnes culinary talents... with wine... beer offerings from hy - vee... and a little art on the side. the money raised supports the exhibitionnd art education programs at the art center. "the fun of food and drink and involves art and so we've got a natural fit and a fun way to engage people and bring people into the art center who have never been here before. . have several people here tonight that
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really exciting thing for us." there was an auction... too. there was an auction... too. this unique piece of art sold for 400 - dollars. jake>> t tking about the arts... achers at hunt elememeary school got some lessons in the art of *acting* yesterda and this might help'em in the classroom... too. a group of experts called "(ay) a plus" schools of north carolina showed the teachers creative ways to teach students through drama... dance... theater... and visual arts. even presenting a play about the civil wawaera... it'll be shown to 5th grade students who are in social studies. "you want students to come to feel engaged, you want them to feel like they're in a place where something exciting and fun is going to happen and where they're, obviously, where they're learning and achieving." the (ay) a plus schools program is the largest and longest running arts - based reform effort in the nation. the program was started in
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1995. jake>> it's a new twist on a long time tradition in sioux city. the annual super (lat - key) latke fundraiser for congregation beth shalom is just around the corner. and this year... matzah balls are new on the menu. and this year... matzah balls are new on the menu. matzah balls are a jewish dumpling served in a chicken broth. organizer dolf (ive - ner) ivener wanted to bring a little soup into the celebration. they'll also be adding apple cake for dessert. (ive - ner) ivener says the congregation gets the matzah balls and soup ready ahead of time so they don't h he as much to worry about later. "it allows the jewish community to get together and work as a cohesive group. share that comradely and brotherhood, and it allows us to let all the community come see what we're doing here at the synagogue and eat good food." the latke party is from 11:30 to 5:3030. sunday... november 8th. tickets will be available at the door. jake>> a norwegian hiker stops for a rest on a mountain... and stumbles upon a sword... more than one thousand years
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old. the 12 - hundred - year - old weapon was lying under some rocks on a well - known path across a high mountain plateau in norway. the viking sword is in exceptionally good condition for its age. experts say it's because frost and snow cover the mountains for half the year. cat>> the sword was found without a handle... it's a little more than 30 inches long... and made of wrought iron. the artifact is being handed over to the university museum of bergen for preservatatn work. a research expedition to the discovery site is planned for next spring.
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cat>> . cat>> . there's still a lot of violence in israel after weeks of gun and knife attacks by paltinians on israeli citizens. coming up...
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nearly being stabbed. rain will continue throughout the day today with a high of 66. rain will continue throughout the day y day with a high of 66. overnight rain will start to taper off and finally end in the early morning hours but wind will pick up with gusts to 30mph bringing the low down to 44. this weekend will be dry with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the lower 60's. the weekend will start dry on monday but our next system will arrive on tuesday bringing rain
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and wind for a few days next
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to mid 50's. . jake/cat>> here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... dominos is getting some custom
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200 dollars saved. stocks surged thursday --- dow closed up 320 points . the nasdaq added 79. a note for all holiday shoppers. starting sunday, best buy will offer free shipping on all purchases through january second. the electronics chain normally requires customers to spend at least 35 dollars before it will ship items for free. best buy is trying to compete with companies like amazon.com, walmart and target. wanna be like mike? now you can. nike is opening a michael jordan only store in chicago on saturday. you'll find number 23 inspired merchandise with the tradmarked michael jordan "jumpman" silhouette. new york, la and toronto will all get stores soon. that's your money watch. for more log on to cbs money watch dot com.
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in new york imamie yuccas.. jake>> in hebron... where arabs outnumber jews... a young arab was shot and killed while trying to stab an israeli woman. reporter barry peterson has more from this neighborhood... where violence is becoming normal. 1) tzipi schlisel (sh-lee-sel) narrowly avoided being knifed by an arab on her way to morning prayers.... (cbs/bloodstains on street) 2) the street is still bloodstained... (youtube/video/guy in white and 3) the aftermath caught on video. the jewish man ininhite shot the arab to death. (cbs sot/outside/16;32;09;13 bp who may have killed you? 16;32;15;28 . // and i bless god that it's my enemy blood and not me. (:12) (stills/father holding her/older father with white beard) 4) it is not her first taste of violence...an arab stabbed her father to death in his bed 17 years ago in this same neighborhood. (cbs/area/kids/israeli soldiers on patrol) 5) she is among about 800 jews
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living in the midst of 170-thousand arabs in hebron...under constant watch. (cbs/general of soldiers/roadblocks/guy on guard) 6) this one place is so much what the arab-israeli conflict is about...both sides vow that their claim this land goes back thousands of years.. (cbs/nat sot explosions/rioting) 7) just down the road, palestinian protestors face the israeli military protecting the street to e tiny jewish enclave. (cbs/standup) the kids have no advantage here; they have rocks, that's all they've got. the israelis have weaponry, grenades, and live ammunition. bs/more rioting) 8) but they are as determined as ththjews. (cbs/barry with palestinian kid who is wearing a mask) q: are you afraid of dying? (answers in arabic/barry narrates) 9) no, he said...i want to be a marty...i want to stamp on the heads of israelis. (sot tzipi) we don't have any other place to live (***hear a big boom***) (barry - there it goes again, the fighting and the explosions) to be or not to be...when sosoone fights on his life, he won't give up. (:) (cbs/tzipi walking away down the street)
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10) tzipi says she won't leave arabs have one deadly thing in common...their vow to never surrender. bp, cbs news, hebron. jake>> after the break on siouxland news at sunrise... after a new york police department officer was shot and killed... we'll take a look at the business of gun trafficking in a
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cat>> . . rain will continue throughout the day today with a high of 66. overnight rain will start to taper off and finally end in the early morning hours but wind will pick up with gusts to 30mph bringing the low down to 44. this weekend will be dry with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the lower 60's. the e end will start dry o o momoay but our next systst will arriven tuesday bringing rain
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to mid 50's. jake>> the new york city police department says that 90 percent of illegal guns in new york come from out of state. rain will continue throughout theayod wh hi o 6. erghra wl art peofanfilleninhe rlmoihs t nd llicupitgus 3ph innghowot4 iseendilberyit ynnsksd petus t le0 thweenwi srtryn dabuoune stew arven esy inngai ndinfoa w yse eeanteerur ithlo id0'>>heworci pic department says that 90 percent of illegal guns in new york come from out of state. c - b - s news correspondent jericka duncan tries to find out how they getethere. officer holder is the 4th nypd officer to die in the line of duty in less than a year. and while the police haven't yet determined where his shooter's gugucame from, the guns used to kill the three other officers were purchased or stolen from pawnshops in georgia. brooklyn district atty ken thompson.
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144818) have the strictest gun laws in the country//and when you have lax gun laws like down in georgia it is easy for people to buy guns down there legally and then send them up here where they are destined to end in the hands of criminals. (nat sot -- thompson presser ---guns on the table) (track 4) last week, thompson announced a gun ring bust that took 112 illegal g gs off the streets. investigators say the alleged ringleader, michael bassier, paid people with clean criminal records in georgia and pennsylvania to purchase firearms. authorities took this surveillance photo of bassier carrying the weapons in a bag and they secretly recorded him on his cell phone (sot/bassier) "i'm'melling them when i'm out of state, like in atlanta and georgia and all that, it's all legal, but new york it's completely illegal." 145434 d- does it feel like does it ever feel like you are fighting a losing battle? i don't think that we are fighting a losing battle i think that it
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is a very challenging endeavor because each gun that we get off the street we potentially save a life. (track 6) 90% of guns found at new york city crime scenes, thompson told us, originate from out of state. jericka duncan, cbs news, brooklyn, new york.. a school principal is being called a hero after a student collapsed during gym class. still to come... we'll show you the quick thinking that saved a young man's lifefe
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at sunrise. good morning everyone, thanks forortarting your morningng with us. i'm jacob heheer...
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taylor. jake>> this morning a teenager in utah is alive thanks to the quick actions of some middle school staff members. they saved theheeenagers life when he collapsed during class. as c - b - s news correspondent
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surveillance video. (sot thu0411 alan nakagama/ pe teacher :03) "i rolled him over he was gasping for air his eyes were in& the top of his head" (-:09) it happened last wednesday when the 14-year-old was in p-e class. (sot thu0411 dixie garrison/ principal :43) "he wasn't with us, and he was gone" (-:47) (white flash to) (sot thu0411 :48) "he had just dropped down heart had stopped" (-:51) that's when staff members including g ic price, the vice principal, sprung into action and started cpr. price had just been through training days before. (sot thu0411 eric price/administered cpr :17) "at that time the adrenaline just kicks in and you just kinda do what you've been trained to do" (-:22) with the help of the schchl rereurce officer, skylereras eventually brought back to life then rushed to the hospital. turnscout he was born with a heart defect that is genetic. skyler says he barely remembers what happened. (sot thu0411 skyler nelson/collapsed at school 1:32) "i feel fortunate and like i get a second chance//so i'm fine i'd just like to thank all the
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this" (-:41) at last check, skyler was set to undergo surgrgy to put a defibrillator in his chest. don champion, cbs news. jake>> health experts say what happened is a remind of why it's important for school employees to get c - p - r training. jake>> *stududts* at briar cliff university got some health andnd wellness tips *yesterday* morning. this year's health and wellness fair was held during the fall semester. health and wellness - related businesses from across sioux city set up booths at briar cliff... showing off their products and services. "used to always do it in the spring. this is the first time doing it in the fall becausesee wawa the students know a aut ese different business. while they are here during their academic year they can use them." briar cliff thinks about 200 students visited each booth at the fair. jake>> and across town... western iowa tech community college hosted a different kind of wellness fair yesterday
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afternoooo the e wa department for thth blind teamed up with local providers for the sioux city vision loss resource fair. visitors got to learn about the different products and services available to people experiencing vision loss and/or blindness. "we just find there is an ongoing need for our services. particularly wititiowa's aging population. mcular degeneration in iowa is the leading cause of visual impairment and blindness. we want to make sure that seniors that are experiencing these conditions realize there are services available for them." the resource fair had information on large - print or audiobooks from sioux city's public library... public transit options for the blind... and information on vocational rehab... and doing everyday tasks non - visually. jake>> yesterday governors from around siouxland came together here in siouxlananto talk over
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and plan for the future. almost 200 people were at the 14th tri - state g/vernor's conference at the marina inn conference center in south sioux city. south dakota's dennis daugaard said he was worried about what he calls the federal governments "overreach" into the operations of state government. iowa's terry branstad talked about the impact of the bird flu. and nebraska's pete ricketts wants to improve education and create more job opportunities. the tri - state governors' conference is held every two years here in the metro area. jake>> a f fmer staff member on ron paul's 20 - 12 presidentntl campaign has been convicted of secretly paying an iowa state senator to switch his endorsement for president. a federal jury in des moines found former deputy campaign manager demitri kesari guilty of causing a false record... but *not* guilty of obstructing justice. the jury also acquitted paul's former campaigigchairman jesse benton of lying to the f - b - i. the two had been charged with
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illegally hiding a 73 - thousand dollar payment to former state senator kent sorenson for switching his loyalty from michele bachmann to ron paul. sorenson could be in prison for 25 years... after he pleadeduilty.y. jake>> iowa republicans have a new favorite ahead of february's caucuses. in the latest (kwin - ip - e - ack) quinnipiac university poll retired neurosurgeon doctor ben carson comes in on top at 28 percent. donald trump drops to second with 20 percent... followed by florida senator marco rubibiwith 13 percent... and texas setor ted cruz with carson's biggest gains come from women and white evangelical voters... the white evangelicals tend to dominate caucus voting... and drove rick santorum and mike huckabee to wins in the 20 - 12 and 08 caucuses. and it looks like donald trump isn't very happy about the news he's no longer on top inhe pos. morning... that's been deleted...
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trump asked if too much monsanto in the corn creates issues in the brain. after deleting the tweet... trump posted another tweetet saying the young intern respononble apologizes. jake>> after months getting ready... hillary clinton spent yesterday in the hot seat in front of a special house committee investigating the 20 - 12 attack on an american consulate in libya. as reporter scott thuman shows us... republicans were looking for the former secretary of state to answer t tir questions about the conditions that led to thehe deaths of four americans. specifically, over why ambassador chris stevens' requests forordded security, were ignoreded (hillary clinton) "i did not see them, i did not approve them, i did not deny them." clinton's emails, again under scrutiny... in this case, a lack of emails that might provide
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(hillary clinton) "if you were in my office atathe stste department, i didn't have a computer//most of mymyork was not done on emails." democrats on t`e committee, decried this as nothing more than a way to ruin clinton's campaign for president. (rep. elijah cummings/(d) maryland) "everyone on the panel knows these accusations are baseless." they've even put up a rolling tab for the committee's spspding, somewhere just under 5 million dollars they claim. (scott/standup) the committee to investigate benghazi has been active for almost a year and a half now, that's longer than the watergate committee and won't end just because hillary clinton's testiony does. "nats" the members, often fighting with each other, more than clinton. though there were e enty of those moments as well-- like this exchange over the administration's initial stance as to what prompted the deadly attack and if politics was prioritized above truth. (rep. jim jordan/(r) ohio) "we know the attack in libya had
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the american people?" (clinton) "i did, i'm sorry it doesn't fit your narrative congressman." on capitol hill, i'm scott thuman. jake>> your extra large pepperoni pizza is about to get a sweet new ride. domino's announced wednesday it delivery vehicles in 25 markets across the united states. the vehicles... known as the domino's d - x - p... are modified chevrolet sparks. they've got a warming oven and extra storage areas in the front the company said the only seat in the c c is the driver's. cat>> domino's said the vehicles can hold up to 80 pizzas at a time. the company said bostov... new orleans... san diego... and detroit getting d - x - p soon. jake>> .
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. "your weather on the 1's brought to you by bomgaars." rain will continue throughout the day today with a high of 66. overnight rain will start to taper off and finally end in the early morning hours but wind will pick up with gusts to 30mph bringing the low down to 44. this weekend will be dry with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the lower 60's. the weekend will start dry on monday but our next system will arrive on tuesday bringing rain
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to mid 50's. if you've never helpedut the united way campaign before... why not start this year? heather hennings joins us for
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good morning. jake and a guest or group of community events. 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 sitete. thth's siouxland newdot com ash sunrise... jeb bush is getting heat for calling supergirl "hot." it's (time) this morning.
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news at sunrise. jake>> good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)...
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jake>> she's faster than a a and she's also easy ononhe eyes. at least to one presidential c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos takes a look. "who is your favorite superhero?" "we're going down. brace for impact." jeb should have stuck with his first answer, which was batman. "oh come on." but instead he brought up the young female caped crusader who can lower a crashing jetliner to a safe landing reminiscent of the e racle on the hudson. jeb bush/(r) presidential "i saw there's supergirl is on tv. i saw it when i was working out this morning. there was an looked kind of, pretty hot."
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(laughter) now "hot" is a term presidential candidates usually apply to, say, the weather rather than a 27-year old actress named melissa benoist. even jeb didn't need xray vision to see... jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate "that'll make the news." wrote one commentator..."ugh. the woman is abobo the same age as hisishildren. what a creep" vers the counter-argumen"so he said that tv supergirl was hot. what's wrong with that?" "to be a superhero you need a crime. there's a car chase on the 112 freeway. i can do a car chase." maybe jeb should follow the lead of donald trump when it comes to superheroes. (nat soundnd "mr. trump, are yobatman?" "i am batman." (reporter standup) "but supergirl and jeb bush do have one thing in common." "let me show you something." both seem to have a penchant for unbuttoning their shirts to reveal their true selves. jeanne moos cnn.....
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to mid 50's. jake/cat>> . rain will continue throughout the day today with a high of 66. overnight rain will start to taper off and finally end in the earlyorngou d l ckpthu 30h ngg e w wno . e/t>.ti f aritohe nre teoor. animals at the los angeles zoo were joined by a brand new male masai giraffe earlier this month. the calf doesn't h he a name yet... it weighs in at around 130 pounds... and it's a little under six feet tall. he's the first baby born to the four - year - old mom. cat>> the mother is doing a great job as a first time mom. she loves her baby and keeps licking and missing him. giraffes are the tallele land mammal... and masai giraffes can grow up
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pounds. the congressional gold medal was given to 345 unsung heroes of world war 2. comingp... we'll meet some of the men who rescued treasures looted by the nazis. cat>> plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up. it's now (time) as we take a look outsidedexxx) on the (xxx)
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news at sunrise. cat>> here's a look at your weather to go ... jake>> here's a look at your news to go ... jake>> hillary clinton joins other democratic presidential candidates... and president obama... at the d - n - c women's
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leadership forum in washington today. clinton's appearance comes after an 11 - hour showdown with the republican - led house committete.. investigating the 20 - 12 benghazi attacks that left four amicans dead. after her testimony... republican committee chairman trey gowdy admitted the hearing gave no new information from clinton. jake>> wisconsin congressman paul ryan says he's ready *and* eager to run for speaker of the house. the chairman of the house ways and means committee formally declared his candidacy thursday... after getting the support of three key republican groups. ryan will face election next week. jake>> and... parts of the southwest are etngea f tndstms d asfldi tt ul asfoque feda.>an.. rtofheouwe getting ready for thunderstorms and flash flooding that could last for quite a few days. thursday... parts of texas were drenched by powerful stotos... dozens of people had to be rescued from their homes and their cars. a lot of of the moisture is being fueled by hurricane (puh - tree- see - uh) patricia. jake>> and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work k d home for the lateses newswsweather and sports..
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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. 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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the weekend will start dry on monday but our next system will arrive on tuesday bringing rain week and temperatures ininhe low jake/cat>> . jake>> harry ettlinger was experts turned military officers who rescued treasures looted by the nazis. you could see men like ettinger in the movie "monuments men"... soldiers charged with recovering art that the nazis stole during
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now, thanks to ettlinger, the painting is back in n s hometown. jg: what did you think? sot: for me to go into that look at it and get a photograph of it, that made me feel good//823) it made me feel good, yknow, in my heart (thumps chest)** george clooney: "you want to get into the war..." matt damon: the 2014 film brought new attention to the monuments men. it was based on a book by robert edsell. 11:16:00 the story from my point of view was the good guys. who were these men and women?
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(photo of toko) one of those women is motoko huthwaite. she worked for the lieutenant commander george stout, played by george clooney. 12:01:10 well, i think george stout was handsomer (laughs) but until last month, she never realized she belonged to the esteemed group. 11:17:07 (motoko) i was absolutely flabbergastst. they knew more about me than i can remember myself the foundation set up to honor the monuments men has run out of money, so today's ceremony was bittersweet. jg:you're the reason this award is happening today 11:55:23 this nine years of work's culminated in the realization of a dream that i have held so closely (crying)we have struggled to get to this moment." preservers of the past, awarded a monumental honor. julianna goldman cbs news,
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washington.. jake>> sioux city police have a warning for us this morning... a man wanted for murder in miami might be *here.* 28 - year - old jonathan berero is wanted on a warrant for second - degree murder for a homicide in miami... sunday october 11th. police think berrio is in the sioux city area... and they're asking us to be on the lookout for him. he's considered armed and dangerous. "we do b bieve that his family is aididg him, yes. his family is here in sioux city. we have nothing telling us that he has left the area, but we do feel that." anyone who has information about where berrios is should call the sioux cici police department o o crimimstoppers. you could get a reward of up to three - thousand dollars. jake>> land owners fighting a proposed pipeline through northwest iowa have lost a legal challenge... but they say the battle's going to keep going. during a hearing in cherokee earlier this month... three landowners challengedd
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whether the iowa utilities board has the poweto grant eminent domain to the company that wants to build the dakota access oil pipeline. the pipeline would stretch from the bakken oil fields in north dakota... through south dakota. it would also run from lyon county in northwest iowa allllhe way to southeast iowa. judge carl peterson dismissed the lawsuit... ruling landowners have to do everything they can through administrative channels *before* they sue a state agency. we talked with one of the plaintiffs who owns land just west of ames.f "well, we're of course verer disappointed but we're resolute in our belief that property owners have basic rights." the judge *did not* rule whether dakota access is eligible for eminent domain. the state utilities board is holding g blic hearings on the pipeline... then it'll make a decision on whether or not to grant eminent domain. jake>> some folks in siouxland got a chance to enjoy two passions last night. and food.
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the sioux city art center held its "artilicious" event last night. it combines culiliry talents... with wine... beer offerings from hy - vee... and little art on the side. the money raised supports the exhibition and art education programs at the art center. "the fun of food and drink and involves art and so we've got a natural fit and a fun way to engage people and bring people into the a a center who ha never been here before. we havee several people here tonight that say 'this is my first time in the art center,' and that is really exciting thing for us." there was an auction... too. there was an auction... too. this unique piece of art solol for r 0 - dollars. jake>> dozens of kurdish fighters captured by isis are free again... after iraqi forces... helped by u - s special ops advisors... launched a raid in northern iraq. the pentagon says the 70 freed hostages were facing execution by the terror group at the prison near kirkuk. one of the u - s advisors was killed during the raid...
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and four iraqis were hurt. the dead u - s advisor is the first american service member to die fighting isis... and the first american combat death in iraq since 2011. jakeke speaking of isis... there are new reports that the terror group is to blame for some of the violence going on in israel right now. as our national correspondent jeff barnd shows us... terror experts think the islamic state has its sights on a big piece of desert land *directly* south of israel. bill braniff "you have the sinai peninsula sitting between the border of israel and the egytian state." /map/ these are 2 countries whos truce... who's peace treaty
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the middle-east. the sinai peninsula is among the *latest* isis targets... where isis is linking up with several lesser-known extremists... with the ultimate goal of establishing a caliphate. /bridge/ "if the islamic state gains a strong foothold on this desert land... while cheeeeng on the palestinian viololce... that *clearly* does not bode well for israel." /sot/ bradley byrne "the israelis are going to do what the israelis are going to do to defend themselves and protect themselves and they should and we should support /vo/ terror experts say israell *retailiating* against isiss factions in the peninsula is *exactly* what isis wants... and weighing a military response should be the *last* thing /sot/ "hopefully they will have thought thru this and they will have communicated with egytian counterparts to mitigate whatever crisis s y occur should the islamic c ate begin to start this campaign of violence." "isis is calling for the killing of americans in america. isis is
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people in country after country around the world... so its part of an overall plan which they have." /vo/ and senator markey says the *latest* mission in that plan appears to be seizing a new region that sits on israel's doorstst. i'i'jeff barnd reporting. jake when you think texas... you might think cowboys and cattle drives... but get a load of this... round rock texas aninil control spent most of yeyeerday afternoon trying to catch a flock of emus. the group posted this video to its instagram account. animal control tried to herd four of the flightless birds to a place where their owner could get'em. kat>> round rock animal control said it was *not* equipped to contain the birds... so... officers said they didn't have any choice but to try and steer the emus toward a field... away from homes.
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cat>> . all west had to do to make t t playoffs was beat des moinin hoover last night. see if they could pull it off. chris neyenhouse is next in sports. . u-s businessman and senior has devoted his life to helping others..... ? w0 48 c2.5 g 0 [[ sot from huntsman sit down clip: huntsman: "no man stand alone" (nat pop of properties) creator of the fast food 'clam shell" and the 'leggs" panyhose egg......turned jon huntsman senior into a billionaire... who gave *almost* all of it away...to find a cure for cancer.. ? w1 63 c2.5 g 0 [[
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2599: 4:29 (sot huntsman) "i know there are people in my condition and others similiar who can change that and m me a difference." a four time cancer survivor himself... jon huntsman and his wife started the huntsman cancer institute 20 years ago in today... the huntsman cancer institute is the only cancer hospital in the world designed by a cancer patient.... ? w2 63 c2.5 g 0 [[ sot from huntsman sit down clip 2599: 3:56 (sot huntsman) "i don't like to see people suffering. it breaks my heart when i see people with cancer." honored this month for the carnigie medal of philanthropy... jon huntsman has vowed to cure for cancer.......willing to give the rest of his fortune away to beat it... ? w3 61 c2.5 g 0 [[ sot from huntsman sit down clip 2599: 10:17 the cancer institute is a vital part of curing cancer around the world........ ? w4 64 c2.5 g 0 [[ sot from huntsman sit down clip 2599:11:09-11:23
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the largest genetiticancer cat>> we're checking up with moose again on this thursday
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jake>> what's up moose? . rain will ntinue throughout the day today with a high of 66. overnight rain will start to taper off and finally end in the early morning hours but wind will pick up with gusts to 30mph bringing the low down to 44. this weekend will be dry with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the lower 6060. the e ekend will start dry on monday but our next system will arrive on tuesday bringing rain and wind for a few days next
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to mid 50's. good morning siouxland here's a look at your morning sports. rain will continue throughout the day today with a high of 66. overnight rain will star t a mn rsutin hiwenw drwi 50. d rngogohe's ra wlnuhrght d taia ghgh onit inilstt taper off and finally end in the early morning hours but wind will pick up with gusts to 30mph bringing the low down to 44. 1)econd quarter it's 14-7 hoover. 4th down for hoover. thth is a great diving interception by darius moore.. that ends the hoover threat. 2)uxt hoover posession though jerry ziaty rushes 17 yards for the td. 20-7 hoover! 3)final drive of the first half noah mcwell can't find anyone open so he takes off
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himself. a 28 yard scamper. drive would stalle though 20-7 at the half. 4)nd then here comes hoover early in the third this is quarterback wilifred kouakou. he's in from a yard out to make it 27-7. they would recover an onside kick on the kickoff. 34-14 the final. "we're the crofton cheerleaders and we're ready to take on west holt on kmeg 14! woo!" (jumps) yeah this could be for a playoff berth for the warriors! 1. west holt's first possession.. miscommunication between the quarterback and the running leads to a fumble.. recovered by crofton's chase 2. on fourth down.. crofton's tanner crosley takes the handoff and barrels inin the endzone. two point cocoersion no good. warriors up six to nothi. 3. next crofton possession.. again on fourth down.. crosley again takes it to the house for the thirty yard touchdown. two point conversion again failed.. twelve nothing crofton. 4. in the second quarter.. territory. nathan crosley goes around the left side for his third touchdown of the night. this time the two point conversion is good. crofton up
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twenty to nothing in the second quarter and .. gayville volin vs corsica stickney in gayville! 1.alfway through the first, zone. qb landon bruinsma holds onto it for the first score of the game. 2.ext play, the jaguars are going for two... another qb keeper... bruinsma gets to his left all the way for the two point conversion. jaguars lead 8 to zero. 3.ut now it's the raiders' turn... still in the first, 4th and 1... qb grant rice hands it off to zach anderson... he finds that opening right there down the middle... he goes 34 yards for a raiders touchdown! 4.ne minute left in the first... raiders in possession... rice lobs up a nice one t trunning back cj leee for another touchdown... they go for the 2, but don't succeed... raiders lead 12 to 8. the comets win 28-12. more nebraska football allen over bancroft-rosalie 36 to 28...randolph over osmond number two creighton over hartington newcastle 66-6. clearwater orchard o or neligh oakdale 38-37. number one norfolk catholic
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42-14 over number 8 boone central newman grove. cwc over wausa 50-6. wynot over lyons decatur 52-36. and in south dakota dakota valley over wagner 43-8! the morningside women's basketball team lost one game *ever* last seasononn their way to the school's fourth national champipiship. the mustangs seemed to have an answer for every opponent they faced a year ago. and they're returning ten players including all five starters from that team! the only thing they may not have an answer for ... ?how do you improve upon such an epic season? "improve upon last season...that's a tough question...um?" jordyn wollenburg - "um i guess just coming here every day, working as a team, trying to get better every single day. pushing each other." lexi ackerman - "i would say just on every night we've got to bring our game 100%. last year we had a aew games where we started off a little slow. weren't really focused in the beginning of the game." jamie sale - "i think we're used to expectations that even through the last year we were number one throughout the year and players learned to deal with that and that's what other
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people p p on us. we know thee reality that we have our fauaus too. thehe's a lot of things we need to get better at. there several games last year that could have gone the other way if some breaks had went the wrong way." the lady stangs open their defense on the road at william penn. their home opener is november third against peru state. let's take a look at the rest of the gpac preseason rankings. there's morningside at number one. briar cliff is in third place. northwestern rounds out the top five. dordt is picked 10th. not pictured is wayne state's lady wildcats who are picked to finish 2ndndn the northern sun conference. briar cliff's mens team wants to get back to the national tournament too. they were just picked as the gpac preseason number one too. coach nic nelson and his team know last year's experience can only help. nic nelson - "talk about the national tournament experience from last t ar i think that was really good for our guys jususto get down there and get a taste of it. it made them really hungry this offseason. we had a
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improvement." austin lefler - "oh just getting a taste of it was an unreal experience. unfortunately for us we got knocked out in the first round by two. such a closeseame. could have gone either way. i think that kind of set a fire underneath us." the chargers open up with william penn on the road october 29th. there home opener will be the third game of the season november 4th against peru state. here's the restof the gpgp presesson mens basketball poll. dordts and northwestern are picked to finish 2nd and 5th respectively. while morningside is picked to finish 8th. she's a five time national champion in the discus, 3 time iowa high school state record holder and she's threatening to break the national record this year too. you name a division one track and field prograra theyeyant kingsley pierson woodbury central senior kiana phelps. and she has decided where she will be going to college next fall. the first place you'll here it is right here on siouxland news at 5 when kiana joins us live in studio to tell us where she'll be throwing
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next year. 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. two hunger games stars are uniting for a new project. it's (timeme.. your sunrise entertainment is
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cat>> . . rain will continue throughout the day today with a high of
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66. overnight rain will start to taper off and finally end in the early morning hours but wind will pick up with gusts to 30mph bringing the low down to 44. this weekend will be dry with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the lower 60's. the weekend will start dry on monday but our next system will arrive on tuesday bringing rain and wind for a few days next
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to mid 50's.r jake>> adele drops the first single from her upcoming album... and two hunger games stars get together on a new project. zanne marques has your eye on entertainment. (sot) josh hutcherson ron howard and canon's project imagination sponsored the contest. . // the coming of age movie "diary of a teeeege girl" is up for four honors at the ifp gotham independent film awards. the film is up for best feature and screenplay, bel powl is up for best actress. also nominated for best actress, cate blanchett, lily tomlin, brie larson, blythe danner and kristin wiig. the awards will be handed out on november 30th. //
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adele... today, the british pop diva dropped "hello" - the first release from her upcoming album, "25." the album, which is her first in four years, will contain 11 tracks and will be released november 20th. that's your eye on enenrtainment... suzanne marques, cbs newew jake>> here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... dominos is getting some custom
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favorite kind of pizza? federal regulators are thinking about taking over the largest auto recall in u - s history. still to come... we'll have an n date on that big airbag recall. cat>> it's now (time) as wtake a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. your weather and morning news are all ahead.
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good morning everyone, thanks for starting your morning with us. i'm jacob heller...
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taylor. jake>> federal regulators are thinking about taking over the largest auto recall in u - s history... to speed up the repair of defective takata airbags responsible for 8 deaths and almost 100 people hurt. as c - b - s news correspondent kenneth craig shows us... regulators are asking consumers
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"don't let this fall through the safety for you and your ((narr-2)) the airbags deploy with rupture - sending shrapnel into drivers and passengers. 19-point-two million vehilces from 12 manufacturers are affected. (nats repair) nhtsa says less than one-quarter of recalled inflators have been replaced nationwide. there aren't enough replacement parts available - meaning some drivers might need to get a temporary fix, and go back again later. ((sot jennifer timian/nhtsa recall division)) "the interim part is still much safer than the original inflator part, but it will still eventually have the chance of rupture." ((narr-3)) drivers are encouraged to goo safer-car-dot-gov and see if their vehicle identificiation number is listed there. if it is, make an appointment with the car manufacturer for a
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kenneth craig, cbs news. jake>> affected cars that are older and in high - humidity areas... mainly along the gulf coast... are getting priority. jake>> *students* at briar cliff university got some health and wellness tips *yesterday* morning. this year's health and wellness fair was held during the fall semester. health and wellness related businesses from across sioux city set up booths at briar cliff... showing off their products and services. "used to always do it in the spring. this is the first time doing it in the fall because we want the students know about these different business. while they are here during their academic year they can use them." briar cliff thinks about 200 students visited each booth at the fair. western iowa tech community college hosted a different kind of wellness fair yesterday afternoon. the iowa department for the blind teamed up with local providers for the sioux city vision loss resource fair. visitors got to learn about the
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different products and services available to people experiencing vision loss and/or blindness. "we just find there is an ongoing need for our services. particularly with iowa's aging population. mcular degeneration in iowa is the leading cause of visual impairment and blindness. we want to make sure that seniors that are experiencing these conditions realize there are services available for them." the resource fair had information on large - print or audiobooks from sioux city's public library... public transit options for the blind... and information on vocational rehab... and doing everyday tasks non - visually. jake>> more than 15 - million children in the united states live without enough food in their homes. the american academy of pediatrics says hunger is an ongoing health risk that can cause lifelong impact. for the first time...
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should be screened to identify households that might lack adequate food. jake>> doctors could have a new tool soon to screen for breast cancer. scientists at florida international university have developed an optical handheld scanner to create 3 - d imaging in real time. the scanner will go to the food and drug administration for approval. jake>> and a new study confirms major knee injuries are on the rise amoung student athletes. researchers analyzed insurance billings from the past 20 years and found the number of a - c - l tears went up almost two and a half percent each year. larry>> they say it's one of the most *dangerous drugs on the streets right now... k - 2. a lot of times... patients get seizures... ending up at local hospitals.
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battles with k - 2 addiction. "i was scared, confused, i was really paranoid, and it felt like i was having a heart attack." some patients *do have heart attacks... others, like recent victims, vomit heavily or convulse. others... suffer mentally. courtney/former k2 addict "you're very skittish, everything can kind of freak you out a little bit. you can get scared of things. things that normally wouldn't bother you can upset you. and when you have a bad high on k2 it's like ten times worse." both women are making progress in their journeys away from drug addiction. i asked them if they'd ever try k2 again. kimberly thornton/former k2 user "no. i would not." courtney/former k2 addict "an addiction is a disease and can take over your life. with k2, do not try it. it's not
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is, it is not worth it." dangerous... k - 2 overdoses can be expensive with emergency transport to the hospital costing up to 13 hundred dollars a de. and with many patients not being that's tens of thousands of dollars that'll never come back. there's a new way to make (jiff)'s gifs of yourself for we'll show you some new updates... next...
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. rain will continue throughout the day today with a high of 66. overnight rain will start to taper off and finally end in the early morning hours but wind will pick up with gusts to 30mph bringing the low down to 44. this weekend will be dry with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the lower 60's. the weekend will start dry on monday but our next system will arrive on tuesday bringing rain and wind foror few days next
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to mid 50's. jake>> youtube is letting users pay a fee to skip the ads. rain will continue throughout the day today with a high of 66. overnight rain will start tar f d nay d t ey rgurbuwi wi pk wh stto0m brgi t n 4 th ke l d wh tlsuy iean emrareinheo s. e ekd llta d ony t r xysml ri otudabrgi rn wd r feda nt k d mpatesnew m 5s. tu ileieisseeo iphedsds aiw tie rohoho tdty th hh 66 k> utetelti urs
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update. " "*** which brings me to new emoji. iphone owners, you'll find 150 new emoji characters in the ios 1 software update. among the new icons are seseral foods, like a taco and chili pepper, animals like a unicorn and lion, and some weird smilies like the money mouth face and yes... there's a middle finger. if you send it to someone who didn't update, or someone with an android or windows phone, they won't likely be able to see the icons until those operating systems update to support the new unicode e mbols. " "*** and there's one emoji in particular that has an interesting story behind it. the eye inside of a speech bubble is t an official approved unicode symbol. so, did apple just make it up? no, in fact, it was
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created by the ad council -- the same folks who created smokey the bear and mcgruff the crime dog -- created this symbol to represent an anti-bullying campaign, and the group asked apple to include it with other emoji. it means i am a witness -- a witness to bullying -- and the hope is that it'll be used to empower people to send it to stand up to bullies and support their friends to not listen to the hate. those that don't have ios 9 can also get icons to copy and paste as photos from a seperate keyboard app called i am a "*** and there's a pretty big change giant unveiled a new service that costs $10 a month so you can watch videos without advertisements, (youtube video: 02;18;13 - 02;35;14 ) and with that fee, you can also cannot. popular youtube stars will create videos only subscribers can see. it's called youtube red, and it launches october 28 with a free one-month trial. there are so many paid services these days -- netflix, amazon prime, spotify, apple music, hbo now -- so youtube will have to make those new perks pretty enticing for people
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to want to pay for youtube -- which has been free for 10 years. ***" "that's it for this tech news update, and there's more at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey. ****""". jake>> there's an animal coming up on the show... who's living at the siouxland humane society right now. keep it right here.
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up next! "weather on the 1's." rain will continue throughout the day today with a high of 66. overnight rain will start to taper off and finally end in the early morning hours but wind will pick up with gusts to 30mph bringing the low down to 44. this weekend will be dry with
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mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the lower 60's. the weekend will start dry on monday but our next system will arrive on tuesday bringing rain and wind for a few days next week and temperatures in the low to mid 50's.
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siouxland humane society... there are many adorable animals available looking for a great family to tata them home. melissa fischer and gege join us for this week's sunrise ray of hope.
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. jake>> thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment or you just want to catch it again, check out us online at our website... siouxland news dot com slash sunrise. jake>> we'll take a look at your news and weather to go coming up after the break...
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at sunrise. 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>> hillary clinton joins other democratic presidential candidates... and president obama... at the d - n - c women's leadership forum in washington today. clinton's appearance comes after an 11 - hour showdown with the republican - led house committee... investigating the 20 - 12 benghazi attacks tt left four americans dead. after her testimony... republican committee chairman trey gowdy admitted the hearing gave no new information from clinton. jake>> wisconsin congressman
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paul ryan says he's ready *and* eager to run for speaker of the house. the chairman of the hohoe ways and means committee formally declared his candidacy thursday... after getting the support of three key republican groups. ryan will face election next week. jake>> and... parts of the southwest are getting ready for thunderstorms and flash flooding that could last for quite a few days. jake>> and... parts of the southwestar getting ready for thunderstorms and flash flooding that could last for quite a few days. thursday... parts of texas were drenched by powerful storms... dozens of people had to be rescued from their homes and their cars. a lot of of the moisture is being fueled by hurricane (puh - tree- see - uh) patricia. jake>> and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. jake>> if you're hittingnghe roro this weekend, here'e'a look at the cheapest places to fifi up i itown before you go, according to gasbuddy.com. looks like regular gas is 2.15 a gallon at kum and go over on hamilton, cat>> 2.38 a gallon at casey's in norfolk jake>> and 2.29 a gallon at kum
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good morning. it is fridid, october 23rd, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." hillary clinton faces a marathon interrogation on the deadly benghazi attack. we ask the house committee chairman whether he learned anything new. >> flash flooding threatens millions in the south and millions. bradley cooper and seinna miller are back in the kitchen. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> i don't know whether that is funny. >> i'm sorry. a little notee of levity at 7:15. >> reporter: how come no one has been held accountable? >> privately, your story was much differently privately than publicly. >> i've lost more sleep than you all together. >> what did you learn today?
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