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the 50's until sunday. 3 3 this morning investigators are trying to figure out why a tour boat flipped over off the coast of british columbia. as c - b - s news correspondent don champion shows us... five passengers are dead... one is still missing... after a whale - watching boat carrying 27 people sank sunday. 3 (pkg)-nats- canadian coast guard crews worked through the night searching for people still missing after a whale watching boat sank off the coast of vancouver island.(sot on the phone: desmond james/ lt commander with joint rescue coordination center, victoria, bc) we're doing our best to account for everybody. we've got great resources out there, and this is what we do photos show the moment the 65-foot leviathan two slipped into the sea near the town of tofino after making a mayday call. witnesses say there was no time to put on life jackets before the boat capsized. 27 people were on board.(sot barb mclintock/coroner) the numbers of unaccounted for are going down very nicely, and the numbers of survivors are going up very very nicely. smaller boats in the area went back and forth helping ferry survivors to shore. while it's still unclear what caused the accident - alec dick - one of the first on scene suspects the three-deck cruiser was sideswiped by a wave:(sot alec dick/first responder) this time of the year we do have quite big surges happening out on the waters there, and i think this is what happened
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the leviathan two, owned by jamie's whale watching, is one of the largest in the company's fleet. the company went through another deadly accident in 1998 when one of their vessels capsized during an excursion...killing the boat's captain and a german tourist. don champion cbs news. 3 officials with canada's transportation safety board are planning to investigate this. now the boat *did* have life jackets... but passengers are *not* required to wear them. 3 a body was found in the missouri river last week... and the dakota county sheriff's office and south sioux city police department say it was an accident. a kayaker going down the river
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late thursday afternoon. officials couldn't look for the body until friday because of the weather and poor light. a dakota county sheriff's patrol boat found the body just south of the homer boat ramp... and identified it as 32 - year - old robert galvin... who'd been reported missing *last* sunday. an autopsy showed galvin had drowned and he'd been in the water for a few days. police are investigating this death as an accident. 3 one man is dead after an accident on i - 29 near tea south dakota yesterday afternoon. a pickup was going south when it went into the ditch... crossed over into the median... and rolled over into oncoming traffic. that's when it hit a motorcycle that was going the opposite direction. the motorcycle driver was pronounced dead there. the south dakota highway patrol is still investigating the accident. 3 donald trump has a rally planned in sioux city tuesday night... and a hispanic group from sioux cityu isn't happy about where he'll be.
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silences trump... it launched a petition asking sioux city schools to stop trump from using west high school to host his rally... saying the g - o - p candidate is a bully and his appearance at the school is inappropriate. 3 "every time donald trump speaks we feel that tension. we feel that people just want to be divided. people are picking sides and it's not good. that's not what we're about. west high, this community is...we're not like that.""either way, we're still going to do our silent protest whether he comes or not. we just want to get the word out, that we can all be together and stand our ground and show that."3 the sioux city school district says trump's appearance is just the latest in a bunch of political candidates using district buildings for campaign stops... on both sides of the aisle. 3 "following school board policies and following past practice. the district approved the rental of west high school for mr. trump. as a district, we do not endorse or support any political party or political candidate. we treat each rental request on
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content neutral basis." before trump... arizona senator john mccain was at west high school during his 2008 presidential campaign... president obama had events at irving elementary during that same year. trump's event is scheduled to start at 6 o'clock tuesday night... doors should open at 4. 3 drivers in *south dakota* are getting new license plates next year. state officials decided the time was right for new plates... the design right now has been used for almost a decade... some of the plates were issued back in 2006... and they're starting to show some wear. the new plates will be issued to new cars and license renewals starting january 1st. one thing that won't change plates will still be made at the state penitentiary in sioux falls. 3 the pop - tart makers over at kellogg's are rolling out five new flavors. one of them is pretty extreme... wait'll you see this cat.
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for folks who like bacon with their bacon... how about a maple - bacon flavored pop - tart? it comes with salt and smokey flavored "crunchlets"... and you'll be able to buy it in december... but just for a limited time. also out in december... limited edition frosted watermelon... and frosted chocolatey caramel. pink lemonade hits store shelves in april... and a limited edition frosted spring strawberry comes out early next year. these new strawberry pop - tarts come with a cartoon painted into the frosting. 3 3 3 coming up this morning on siouxland news at sunrise... we have new video this morning of the joint u - s
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in northern iraq. we'll show you what this means for american boots on the ground in the middle east. 3
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3 clouds will increase throughout the day with temperatures hovering near 60. clouds will stick around into tomorrow while temperatures dip into the 50's.there is a slight chance of showers overnight tuesday night but chances will diminish by sunrise when winds will pick up and temperatures will continue the downward trend into the lower 50's.the middle of the week will be dry with our next chance of rain coming in on friday night.
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the 50's until sunday.3 3 3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... you may have noticed a new look here on
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tell us what you think.3 3 changes are coming to the las vegas strip...marlie hall is in new york with your c - b - s moneywatch. 3 we'll see if wall street can keep the gains going monday strong quarterly earnings from tech companies like microsoft and amazon pushed stocks higher friday.the dow gained 157 points.the nasdaq added 111.///the new sign-up season for coverage under the affordable care act begins november first and consumers can start browsing on healthcare-dot-gov the week before.the upgraded website features a new calculator that estimates total costs based on expected medical needs. premiums are expected to go up in 20-16.and the tax penalty for people who remain uninsured next year will rise to $695 or 2-and-a-half percent of taxable income./// caeasr's palace is getting a $75 million upgrade for its 50th birthday.the vegas hotel and casino will overhaul its original roman tower and will rename it the julius tower. renovated rooms will be ready for overnight guest by january first.///if you're missing the rich colors of fall, there is a website that can help you with that.ship-foliage-dot-com
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will send you authentic new england foliage for 19-99.the cost includes three preserved leaves that the company says will last for years.///that's your money watch. for more log on to cbs money watch dot com. in new york im marlie hall. 3 3 we have new video this morning of a raid by u - s and kurdish commandos on a prison in northeastern iraq. dozens of hostages were supposedly being held there by isis. during the raid a few days ago... master sergeant joshua wheeler was killed...
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the first u - s soldier to die in combat in iraq since 2011. as c - n - n's nick paton shows us... the raid is bringing up a few questions about the united states' role in fighting isis. the mission marks the first time u - s soldiers engaged isis fighters on the ground in iraq since the u - s sent troops back into the country last year. 3 very secretive world you're about to get, a very rare and intimate window into the u-s special forces working with the kurds -- the kurdish pershmerga special forces -- they've always been on an advise and assist mission. no one knew quite what that meant in the fighting but in this video it's pretty clear that right up front the tip of the spear.you are now right inside the jailbreak that revealed america's changed role in iraq. they think they're rescuing kurds from this isis jail.but look who staggers out. terrified iraqis.even their eyes lit up by fear caught by the kurdish soldier's helmet camera. it's edited - but us officials tell cnn - it's genuine.more cells opened it seems. and the iraqi soldier and civilian hostages keep coming.an office, an isis flag, more cells.and perhaps a target through the light of
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the door.then a quick close up likely of an american commando. don't be afraid, he cries, as they search the prisoners. remember, they were expecting kurds.perhaps these men are isis, have guns or bombs?it's the americans who seem in charge here.the captives' relief palpable - us officials saying they faced imminent execution.it's unclear when - before or after - this footage the americans here learned one of their own was gunned down. but their mission went on to rescue 70.that first combat death since 2011 in iraq, forcing public acknowledgment american commandoes were now boots on the ground.when the last hours the pentagon through centcom have release what they say is cockpit video of an airstrike that destroyed that particular compound in which you're seeing the intense fighting late really by the explosion and it brings perhaps an end to that chapter there in which the united states lost one of their commandoes, master sargeant joshua wheeler, age 39, a veteran of 14 tours of afghanistan and iraq. a remarkable figure and reminds yoreally of the depth of involvement the united states has had in what used to be called the war on terror in
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afghanistan and iraq and has now morphed into an extraordinarily messy and complex task of taking on isis, one which the white house does not want to send u-s ground troops to do, but at the same recognized increasingly day by day will require people to actually do the fighting, to do the jailbreaks, to release the hostages, and this footage -- such a close-up view of quite how much tip of the spear these american commandoes were. nick paton walsh, cnn, souther
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3 after the break on siouxland news at sunrise... there's controversy down in georgia... over a plan to build a monument honoring martin luther king junior on top of the country's largest monument to the confederacy.
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3 3 clouds will increase throughout the day with temperatures hovering near 60. clouds will stick around into tomorrow while temperatures dip into the 50's.there is a slight chance of showers overnight tuesday night but chances will diminish by sunrise when winds will pick up and temperatures will continue the downward trend into the lower 50's.the middle of the week will be dry with our next chance of rain coming in on friday night. temperatures will remain in
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3 *new* controversy this morning over *old* southern symbols... and how to honor doctor martin luther king junior. a plan to celebrate king involves building a tribute in the same place where about four million people a year tour america's biggest shrine to the *confederacy.* c - b - s news correspondent mark (stross - man) strassmann is at stone mountain park outside atlanta... with the *surprising* battle lines. 3 (21) stone mountain, georgia's most visited attraction, is the confederate mount rushmore. etched into its granite face: likenesses of robert e. lee, stonewall jackson, and jefferson davis. three heroes of the old south stand ninety feet tall and 190
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feet wide.timothy pilgrim is with georgia's sons of confederate veterans.(sot) (pilgrim) this memorial honors the 900-thousand confederate soldiers that went off to fight to protect their families, their homes and country (10) a georgia state authority plans to put a tribute to dr. martin luther king on top of stone mountain. specifically, and symbolically, a freedom bell of racial reconciliation, (nat) (05) something dr. king dreamed of in his "i have a dream" speechfor this georgia community among others. (sot) "let freedom ring from stone mountain of georgia."(06) opposition was instant. georgia law mandates this park be maintained as a confederate memorial. (sot) (pilgrim) to put a monument on top of a existing monument is unlawful, disresectful, and inappropriate.(07) the confederate crowd found unusual allies: the local n- double-a-c-p was also opposed......along with charles steele.(sot) (steele) it's something that was a dark past of our history, and it needs to be buried in history. (05) steele leads the southern christian leadership conference, the civil rights group dr. king co-founded.
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(sot) (mark) to add to it with a bell, you want to take it away.//(steele) we want to eradicate it. we want to blast it. we want to paint over it. whatever it takes, that's what we want to do.(09) here's the twist: many surviving members of dr king's inner circle support installing the bell. one of them is georgia congressman john lewis.(sot) "the mountain belonged to the people of this state and the people of this country. why not?"(04) in his legendary speech, dr king spoke of "out of the mountain of despair... (mlk sot) a stone of hope.(04) stone mountain remains a symbol for both, depending who you talk to. 3 3 still to come this morning... vice president
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joe biden had his first
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hear what wenenen3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with
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meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 clouds will increase throughout the day with temperatures hovering near 60. clouds will stick around into tomorrow while temperatures dip into the 50's.there is a slight chance of showers overnight tuesday night but chances will diminish by sunrise when winds will pick up and temperatures will continue the downward trend into the lower 50's.the middle of the week will be dry with our next chance of rain coming in on friday night. temperatures will remain in the 50's until sunday. 3 this morning, vice president joe biden is talking about his
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decision to not run for president.in an exclusive interview with 60 minutes last night, biden said in part he didn't run because he couldn't win at this point.don champion reports. 3 (pkg)(sot sun0206 :32) "everybody grieves at a different pace"(-:33) during the interview with 60 minutes correspondent norah o'donnell, vice president joe biden admitted the loss of his son made it hard for him to jump start a campaign.(sot sun0206 joe biden/(d) vice president :20) "any parent listening who has lost a child you can't it doesn't follow schedules of primaries and caucuses, and contributors and the like" (- :30) sunday, marked the first time biden opened up about his decision to not run for president. in doing so he reflected on a recent emotional moment with his granddaughter. (sot sun0209 :43) "turns around and says pop i see daddy all the time. i see daddy all the time pop you spell like daddy you're not going to leave are you pop? well when that happens you go i don't know man" (-:59) (wed0210/wed0212) before his announcement wednesday, pundits argued biden's window of opportunity had passed. the
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saying he won't be ending his 43 year political career quietly.(sot sun0212 :20) i don't want the party walking away from what barack and i did. you said i will not be silent. i will not be silent" (-:27) with 15 months left in office, biden said he wants to work with the new speaker of the house to keep the government open. don champion, cbs news, new york. 3 biden has not endorsed a candidate for the democratic presidential nomination. 3 a local catholic school is the getting a big boost from best buy. employees at the best buy in sioux city got second place in a competition recently... winning a 10 - thousand dollar donation to a group of their choice. friday... that 10 - thousand dollar check was presented to the staff of saint michael's school in leeds. 3 "yeah it's pretty awesome because anything that can help schools i know that their budgets sometimes be a little
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tight and so a donation like this, especially if it really help further their education improve their lives." "what we're going to do is talk with our faculty and our staff and also our technology department with the bishop helen catholic schools and come up with the best ideas to help students with that money." the money is expected to go toward improvements to the school to help build a better learning environment for both students *and* teachers. 3 and a sioux city school is hosting a special exhibit this halloween. irving elementary has a display all about the mexican holiday "dia de los muertos"... the day of the dead. the holiday focuses on celebrating friends and family who've passed away. a big part of that is the altar... a lot of times it's inside homes or public places... built to honor and welcome deceased loved ones. quite a few altars like that are now on display inside irving. 3 "we just like to share with everybody part of our culture. i was born and raised in mexico and i'm happy i can pass this down to my kids so
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kids."3 the altars will be on display until november 7th. the sioux city public museum will have a dia de los muertos on halloween... from one until three in the afternoon. 3 an iowa high school football *legend* got home friday afternoon. cushing native kelly goodburn won a state title as the quarterback of eastwood high school in 1978... before winning a super bowl as the punter for the washington redskins in 1992. goodburn was back at correctionville... and river valley high to present the school with a gold... autographed football from the n - f - l. goodburn... who kicked an 86 yard punt that's still a state record... says the redskins' 37 to 24 victory over buffalo in super bowl 26 was the highlight of his career. 3 "that was the pinnacle of any player's career. that's your highest stage. that's what you strive to do and to be able to achieve that was really,
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of like, wow, you know, we did 3 it."* goodburn's visit to river valley is part of the n - f - l's celebration of super bowl 50... which will be this february from levi's stadium in santa clara, california... it'll be on t - v right here on kmeg 14. 3 it's a sport a lot of people call "a man's game." football. but as our own siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll shows us... don't tell that to one young woman who's found a way to compete. 3 (nats - kicking)bailey gale of gayville-volin high school may be giving the term "act like a lady" an entirely different meaning.(nats)it was her love for soccer that led her to the football field two years ago (nats) after learning she wasn't eligible to play for the team she'd been on. "i played soccer in vermillion forever and then they sanctioned so i couldn't play. one of the boys that graduated asked me, was joking and said i should come kick, and i decided to talk to my coach about it and here i am i guess." "she has a passion
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obviously for kicking the soccer ball and ultimately with us not having soccer, she decided to kick the football and she does a really nice job with it." the senior... who stands at just 5 feet 2 still finds a way to blend in with the boys.... except when it comes to the locker room. "at home i get my own locker room to change myself or away i get a bathroom, some schools provide me a locker room. then at halftime we're either out in the end zone or we all go in the boys locker room. i just wait for them to do their thing and then my coaches check and i get to go in." giving credit to her teammates, bailey has enjoyed learning about the game. "i've learned so much about football, the sport in general, and just that you have a team and they have your back at the end of the day and that's what counts." 3 talk about a full house. kristen and thomas hewitt welcomed rare identical triplets earlier this month.
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thomas the third... finnegan... and oliver were born by c - section at 33 - and - a - half weeks at a baltimore hospital. identical triplets are very rare because they come from a single fertilized egg... then they separate. to make the situation even more unusual... the hewitts didn't take fertility drugs. kristen's parents moved from ohio to help the couple raise the kids. the hewitts will celebrate their fourth anniversary in december. they had tried more than two years to conceive before getting pregnant. 3 3 a movie premiere helps a local veteran. that's what we're talking about next... in talk of the town.
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3 3 clouds will increase throughout the day with temperatures hovering near 60. clouds will stick around into tomorrow while temperatures dip into the 50's.there is a slight chance of showers overnight tuesday night but chances will diminish by sunrise when winds will pick up and temperatures will continue the downward trend into the lower 50's.the middle of the week will be dry with our next chance of rain coming in on friday night. temperatures will remain in
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3 3 help out a wounded veteran here in sioux city...and it's as easy as watching a movie. that's why jim miller joins us for talk of the town.good morning! 3 jake and a guest or group of
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community events.3 3 thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment...or want to find out any more information...you can find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... 3 weddings can be pretty awkward when step parents get involved. we'll take you behind the wedding photo that set the internet on fire it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland
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3 3 good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (sponsor) camera. 3 most weddings can be pretty awkward when step parents get involved... but as c - b - s news correspondent steve hartman shows us... brittany peck didn't have most weddings. her wedding took a turn no one saw coming. 3 for most of her life, 21- year-old brittany peck of elyria, ohio felt caught in the middle -- torn between 2 men she truly adored - her father todd bachman and her step dad todd cendrosky.(bite brittany) "i felt like maybe i needed to just steve: pick? brittany: yea, basically. steve: what a position to be in. brittany: yea, i know. it was really, really tough."(nat steve and brittany looking through photos)this all began back when brittany was 6. her
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parents split up then got wrapped up in a bitter custody battle.(bite todd bachman) "it was riddled with lawyers and courtrooms. "her dad, a short-haul truck driver, wanted custody -- and certainly had no interest in sharing his daughter with brittany's new step-dad -- who says the ill-feelings were mututu.(bite todd cendrosky) "we did not get along, we tolerated each other. that's probably the best way to describe it."over the years things did improve slightly. both men came to realize they were both good fathers. but there was still a little tension in the air when last month the 2 families got together for brittany's wedding. her father was all set to walk her down the aisle --when all of a suddenhe bolted.(bite todd bachman) "i said, 'i'll be back.' and that's when i walked down the aisle, grabbed todd and said, 'come on.'"(bite todd cendrosky) "he said, 'hey, you had just as much a part of this as i did. you're going to come and help me walk our daughter down the aisle.'"our daughter --e said, "our daughter."(bite todd cendrosky) "and that's when i
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lost it."hand in hand they went back to get brittany - then arm in arm, they gave their daughter the wedding she always dreamed of.(bite brittany) "it meant the world to me. it was the happiest moment of my life walking down the aisle with both of them." parents and step-parents are often at odds - but the wisest eventually realize that getting along isn't just bestst for the kids. it's best for them.(bite todd bachman) "when an individual accepts your children and treats them as his own, how can you not have respect for somebody like that."(bite todd cendrosky) "he invited me to be part of that day. and that's something that can never be taken away. it'll always be there."steve
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elyria, ohio. 3 3 3 clouds will increase throughout the day with temperatures hovering near 60. clouds will stick around into tomorrow while temperatures dip into the 50's.there e a slight chance of showers overnight tuesday night but chances will diminish by sunrise when winds will pick up and temperatures will continue the downward trend into the lower 50's.the middle of the week will be dry with our next chance of rain coming in on friday night. temperatures will remain in the 50's until sunday.
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler... this homecoming queen pulled double duty in alabama... kicking her high school football team's winning field goal to take the homecoming victory. the varsity cheerleader - slash - kicker was also crowned queen earlier in the night. the score was extra special because her dad is the team's coach... and this was his final home game before he retires.3
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3 coming up... a woman is in jail after driving into a large crowd at oklahoma state's homecoming parade. we'll show you why one of the victims is being called a hero. plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a lookokutside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.keep it right
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3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 here's a look to go ... 3 crews are still searching this morning off the coast to british columbia... after a fatal tour boat accident. the whale - watching tour boat was carrying 27 people when it sank near the town of tofino sunday. officials with canada's transportation safety board plan to investigate what happened. back in the states... the 20 - 16 presidential race is still heating up... both sides of the aisle are really pouncing on each other after the latest iowa poll numbers. with the iowa caucuses less than 99 days away... c - b - s news battleground tracker polls show hillary clinton three points ahead of bernie sanders in the key state. on the republican side... ben carson is now tied withthonald
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trump. and... the woman whose car plowed into a crowd of people during the oklahoma state homecoming celebration... appears in court later today. 25 - year - old (ah - day - sha) adacia chambers will be arraigned on four counts of second degree murder this afternoon. three adults and a toddler died. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. 3 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 norah o'donnell. coming up, a century of boeing. we go inside the world's biggest plane maker, as it celebrates 100 years in business. that's coming up, on cbs this morning. 3 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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cat taylor.3 3 clouds will increase throughout the day with temperatures hovering near 60. clouds will stick around into tomorrow while mperatures dip inino the 50's.there is a slight chance of showers overnight tuesday night but chances will diminish by sunrise when winds will pick up and temperatures will continue the downward trend into the lower 50's.the middle of the week will be dry with our next chance of rain coming in on friday night. temperatures will remain in the 50's until sunday.
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3 new video this morning... and we're warning you... it's pretty graphic. a traffic accident killed four people at oklahoma state university's homecoming parade. the driver... as c - b - s news corresponde riana diaz explains... 2525 year - - old (u(u- day - shuh) adacia chambers will be in court monday to face charges of driving under the influence. 3
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child.ananher child - 7-year-old maddie atwell - may have have survived because bonnie stone swept her out of the way. maddie's mother calls bonnie a guardian angel. maddie is hospitalized in fair condition. 46 others were injured, some critically. (custard shop pics / go pro showing route - was ftp'd) the incident happened after chambers left her job at freddie's frozen custard. it's roughly half mile down main street. chambers fiance told cbs news she left work early but didnt know why. in a phone interviewewith cbs affiliate kwtv, adacia's father floyd chambebe said his daughter doesn't drink or take prescription pills. (sot floyd chambers phoner with affiliate) "shes not a bad person, she's not an alcoholic // she wasn't drinking. she's a good person, this is just a tragic thing that happened i dont know why it haened. tony coleman is chambers' attorney. "based on my experience and having represented individuals with mental illness before, she has characteristics of someone who has a mental illness. its just that simple it really is." anthony wyatt says the driver made no attempt to stop. (2:03:21) (a(a did it seem deliberate? (w(wfed reverse cam after a cam) w) oh yea // from my perspective ya. bc she she hit the barricade. // then she gunned it. she hit the gas (2:05:04) (ad) is it hard for you to be back here? (aw) i wanted to come back here and pray this morning. drove down here to do that. it's just, when you see something lik that you cant erase it (tag if we get something from attorney or how
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maddie) 3 a body was found in the missouri river last week...
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and the dakota county sheriff's office and south sioux city police department say it was an accident. a kayaker going down the river saw what he thought was a body late thursday afternoon. officials couldn't look for the body until friday because of the weather and poororlight. a dakota county sheriff's patrol boat found the body just south of the homer boat ramp... and entified it as 32 - year - old robert galvin... who'd been reported missing *last* sunday. an autopsy showed galvin had drowned and he'd been in the water for a few days. police are investigating this death as an accident. 3 one man is deadadfter an accident on i - 29 near tea south dakota yesterday afternoon. a pickup was going south when it went into the ditch... crossed over into the median... and rolled over into oncoming traffic. that's when it hit a motorcycle that was going the opposite direction. the motorcycle driver was pronounced dead there. the south dakota highway patrol is still investigating the accident.
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3 donald trump has a rally planned in sioux city tuesday night... and a hispanic group from sioux cityu isn't happy about where he'll be. the group is called sioux city silences trump... it launched a petition asking sioux city schools to stop trump from using west high school to o host his rally... saying the g - o o p candidate is a bully and his appearance at the school is inappropriate. 3 "every time donald trump speaks we feel that tension. we feel that people just want to be divided. people are picking sides and it's not good. that's not what we're about. west high, this community is...we're not like that.""either way, we're still going to do our silent protest whether he comes or not. we just want to get t t word out, that we can all be together and stand our ground and 3 show that." the sioux city school district says trump's appearance is just the latest in a bunch of political candidates using district buildings for campaign stops... on both sides of theheaisle. 3 "following schooooboard policies and following past practice. the district approved the rental of west high school for mr. trump. as a district, we do not endorse
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or support any political party or political candidate. we rental request on content 3 neutral basis." before trump... arizona senator john mccain was at west high school during his 2008 presidential campaign... president obama had events at irving elementary during that same year. trump's event is scheduled to start at 6 o'clock tuesday night... doors should open at 4. 3 drivers in *south dakota* are getting new license plates next year. state officials decided the time was rigig r new plates... the design right now has been used for almost a decade... some of the plates were issued back in 2006... and they're starting to show some wear. the new plates will be issued to new cars and license renewals starting january 1st. one thing that won't change with the new design... the plates wiwi still be made at the state penitentiaia in sioux falls. 3 the u - s house has approved a measure meant to
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gutting obamacare. the bill would repeal large parts of obamacare... and de - fund planned parenthood. supporters want resident obama to veto it... that would set off a political confrontatioio but some conservatives... like senators and presidential hopefuls ted cruz and mao rubio... were asking republicans to reject the bill. they say the measure doesn't go far enough to eliminate obamacare for good. 3 and... some health policy experts say the affordable care act might die without *any* help from cocoress. almost half of the health insurance e - operatives established under the law have gone bust.... costing taxpayers nearly a billion dollars. and as our national correspondent kristine frazao shows us... those collapses mean *thousands* of americans now have to search for new coverage. 3 non-profit co-ops were created under the affordable care act to promote competition and help small businesses get health care insurance a a dead dying off.[john graham/national center for policy analysis] "their business model was basically predicated on the idea that congress would always bail
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them out. so, they were never fiscally responsible."9 of the 23 federally funded co-ops have closed or will do so before the end of the year.too few customers and a weak cash flow doomed them in states like new york, tennessee, oregon and kentucky, according to the e spector general for alth and huhun services.[len nichols - director center for health policy research and ethics, george mason university] "this is not the end of obamacare. it's the end of an end run around the fight over the public option." [kristine frazao standup] "the health and human services chief watchdog found 22 of the 23 co-ops re not profitable in 2014. if all of them f fl, it will impact about a half million people and they will have to shop for new health care coverage in 2016."but compared to the ten million people enrolled in obamacare, len nichols, the director of the center for health policy research and ethics says it's a small blip.[len nichols - director center for health policy research and ethics, george mason university]"it's not a big part of the marketplace."health insurance expert john graham sees it much ifferently.[john graham/national center for policy analysis]"as years go by i think we will see the o-ops were a canary in the coal mine."graham predicts for
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profit well known insurance companies will eventually pull out of the exchanges... dealing a crippling blow to obamacare.[john graham/nationa l center for policy analysis] "in 2017, 2018, they are going to be starting to feel a lot of pain and i think these exchanges are risk of having no insurers participate in them at all."i'm kristine frazao siouxland news. 3 new twin baby red pandas made their public debut last week at the lincoln park zoo in chicago illinois. zoo officials said the little red pandas... who are two months old... had their second physical exam before they went on display. the cubs are named addison and clark... they were born june 26th. for the past few months they've been living behind the scenes with their mom leafa. the twins are now being shown off at a new exhibit. folks with the zoo say the cubs have had pretty consistent growth over the past few months. over the past month... clark has
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has 3 tripled in size. 3 3 up next on siouxland news at sunrise... new software is letting smartphonenerere users' emotions. we'll show you the new possibilites for gaming and communicating.
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3 3 now... smartphones can readur emotions and react to them. as c - b - s news correspondent don dahler shows us... that might open up an extremely interesting world of possibilities. 3 (dahler + digital emototn + kennedy) (shots of people ststing at mobiles while walking etc) the devices we can't stop looking at.. may soon be looking back, observing our joy and sadness and expressing it alongside our texts and chat. (rana el kaliouby)10;07;13;07 r -we're all about bringing emotional intelligence to our digital world. 10;05;34;10 don: so the emoji's aren't enough? 10;05;36;15 r: emoji's are not enough! (laugh) (b-roll rana/then fast-cut face ntage from handndt) rana el kaliouby - and the team at m-i- t spin-off, affectiva -- recorded the facial expressions of more than 3 million people in 75 countries to develop emotional recognition software.. (nat rana and don- with ipad104235) it's found your face // 4252 it's mapping all the facial movements and textures// (rana el kalioubi) 2530 we are able to read about 15 facial expressions, 10;25;32;11 // ththe combine to create or portray eight emotional ststes: happy, sad, fear,
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anger, disgust, contempt, confusion, surprise. (don at computer watching trailer sequence as he watches trailer) so far, the primary money maker for the app is audience- testing of commercials, programs, movie trailers. (quick sound from trailer..as don watches, don's face on big screen with data supered) 1400 brands use it to find out - frame by frame e what's funny or sad or spsplbinding or boriri. nat cbs/pelley lede in in our own test, two affectiva staffers watched a cbs pnews story by steve hartman -- ..(nat (they watched on an ipad, the software read their faces -need this?) this line shows the reaction to a little boy who finds 20 dollars and gives it to a soldier -- (line goes up)but then: "because he was a soldier and soldiers remind me of my dad" (see line go down) learn that "dad" was killed in action in iraq .. (line spikes down)but later (hartman) "the kid gave you more than 20 dollars, (soldier) "a lifetime direction (see line turn upwards again) the line climbs back up... rana observing test/commenting nat: 135520 "you see the emotional journey" el kaliouby is working to expand the app for use in the mental health field: for
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emotionalal3 interactivity to your every day.. (robot)like this (prototype) robot that comes to you when you smile.. and runs when you frown 1704 //rana we envision a world where all our devices have an emotional chip// things like your car, your fridge, your mirror//where thth're all emotiially aware and they adapt to your emotions in real time. 1734 your car would know if you're about to get into road rage? yeah exactly. don: 1801there's a little bit of a creepy factor.//are we losing privacy with this technology with the fact that all of our devices will know how we're feeling? r- emotions are very personal.// 10;28;29;01 r: i do recognize that there's going to be abuses of this technology but i do believe that the good that can come out of this outweighs the abuses and we're pushing on the good. somethng to ponder as we face the future, don dahler, cbs news, ltham, ma3 3 get ready.y. supepeirl takes to the skies tonight. it's (time)... your sunrise
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entertainment is after the break. 3
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3 3 supergirl takes to the skies as t - v's newest crimefighter... and justin bibier wins big at the 20 - 15 m - t - v european music awards. suzanne marques has your eye on entertainment. 3 ((pkg script)) ------------------------ ((nat 2015 mtv european music awards/aptn)(narr:)singer pharrell williams got the crowd on its feet with his opening performance at the 2015 mtv european music awards show last night in milan. justin bieber also took the stage to perform music from his new album due out next month. "the biebs" won five awards including best male performer. macklemore and ryan lewis won video of the year. ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------------- (standup suzanne marques, cbs news, los angeles):(narr:)i'm here on
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the set of "supergirl," which premieres tonight on cbs. these are the fices of catco worldwide media where supergrgl's alter ego, ra danvnvs, spends her days. ((nats from "super girl" / cbs home entertainment))melissa benoist plays supergirl who waforced to leave planet krypton.she grows up with a foster family and uses her super human abilities to protect earth. (sot melissa benoist/supergirl)she kicks butt. she can be a little bit of a sassy pants and just a fighter. "supergirl" airs tonight at 8pm right here on cbs. ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------------- ((nat from ny "miss you already" red carpet/ lionsgate)(narr:)drew barrymore and toni collette were in new york last night for the premiere of "miss you already." ((nat from "miss you already"/ lionsgate)its a tale about best friends going through life's ups and downs. barrymore's character, jess tries to get pregnant while her best friend milly battles cancer. (sot drew barrymore, actress)it honors what a family would go through when trying to figure out how to deal with the toughest stuff and how to deal with the biggest aspirations of life and everything in between. "miss you u ready" hits theaters next friday.that's your eye on entertainment, suzanne marques, cbs news s s angeles.3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this
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morning... you may have noticed a new look here on siouxland news at sunrise. tell us what you ththk.3 3 still to come this rning... president obama wants to change the way we measure how students are learning we'll show you why those standardized tests might not be as important anymore. it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead. keep it right here on
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,3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with
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us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 clouds will increase throughout the day with temperatures hovering near 60. clouds will stick around into tomorrow while temperatures dip into the 50's.there is a slight chance of showers overnight tuesday night but chances will diminish by sunrise when winds will pick up and temperatures will continue the downward trend into the lower 50's.the middle of the wewe will be d d with our next chance of rain coming in on friday night. temperatures will remain in the 50's until sunday. 3 the obama 3 sunday.the 50's until will remain in the 50's until
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3 the obamadministration is saying it's gone too far pushing for standardized testing in schools... and now it's asking schools to pull back... letting up an emphasis on using test scores to evaluate teachers... and d asking states and school districts to cut down on redundant and low - quality tests... c - b - s news correspodnent julianna goldman has more. 3 pkg:(nat/pop obama) learning is about more than filling in a bubble.(video) in a video posted on facebook, president obama said standardized testing should be capped at 2 percent of classroom time and acknowledged s administration has contributed to a problem across the u-s public school system. sot: i also hear from parents who, rightly, worry about too much testing, and from teachers who feel so much pressure to teach to a test that it takes the joy out of teaching and learning, both for them and for the students. i want to fix that. (gfx survey) the "testing action plan" is not mandatory..but a guide for ways to ease federal testing requirements the mea culpa was timed to a survey released saturday of nearly 70 school districts showing standardized tests have ploded in the past decade a typical
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american student takes 112 mandated standardized tests between 3 pre-k and 12th grade most countries that outperform the u-s on international exams, like china and korea, teses students 3 times during their school careers (< http://www.cgcs.org/cms/lib/d c00001581/centricity/domain/87 /testing%20report.pdf> page 73) (nat pop protest)the debate stems from president george w. bush's no child left behind law and intensified last spring with new common core testsleaving politicians haggling over the government's role in education. it's also led to opt-out movements across the country..amid growing concerns that an overemphasis on standardized tests is taking up too much classroom time and leaving children unnecessarily overstressed.(nat pop)national education association president lily eskelsen garcia was amcng teacher groups
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3 a local catholic school is the getting a big boost from best buy. employees at the best buy in sioux city got second place in a competition recently... winning a 10 - thousand dollar donation to a group of their choice. friday... thatat0 - thousand dollar check was esented to the staff of saint michael's school in leeds. 3 "yeah it's pretty awesome because anything that can help schools i know that their budgets sometimes be a little tight and so a donation like this, especially if it involves technology, can really help further their education improve their lives." "what we're goininto do is tata with our faculty ananour staff and also our technology department with the bishop helen catholic schools and come up with the best ideas to help students with that money." the money is expected to
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go toward improvements to the school to help build a better learning environment for both students *and* teachers. 3 the sioux city public museum is hosting a special exhibit is hallowowen. irving elementary students visited the display which is all about the mexican holiday "dia de os muertos"... the day of the dead. the holiday focuses on celebrating friends and family who've passed away. a big part of that is the altar... a lot of times it's inside homes or public places... built to honor and welcome deceased loved ones. 3 "we just like to share with everybody part of our culture. i was born and raised in mexico and i'm happy i can pass this down to my kids so they can pass it down to their kids." the altars will be on display until nonomber 7th. theheioux city public museum will have a dia de los muertos on halloween... from one until three in the afternoon. 3 an iowa high school football *legend* got home
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friday afternoon. cushing native kelly goodburn won a state title as the quarterback of eastwood high school in 1978... before winning a super bowl as the punter for the waington redskins in 1992. goodburn was back at correctionville... and river valley high to present the school with a gold... autographed football from the n - f - l. goodburn... who kicked an 86 yard punt that's still a state record... says the redskins' 37 to 24 victory over buffalo in super bowl 26 was the higgight of his career. 3 "that was the pinnacle of any player's career. that's your highest stage. that's what you strive to do and to be able to achieve that was really, really satisfying. it was kind of like, wow, you know, we did it."3 * goodburn's visit to rer valy is part of the n - f - l's celebration of super bowl 50... which will be this february from levi's stadium in santa clara, california... it'll be on t - v right here
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3 it's a sport a lot of people call "a man's game." football. but as our own siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll shows us... don't tell that to one young woman who's found a way to compete. 3 (nats - kicking)bailey gale of gayville-volin high school may be giving the term "act like a lady" an entirely different meaning.(nats)it was her love for soccer that led her to the football field two years ago (nats) after learning she wasn't'tligible to play for r the team s s'd been on. "i played soccer in vermillion forever and then they sanctioned so i couldn't play. one of the boys that graduated asked me, was joking and said i should come kick, and i decided to talk to my coach about it and here i am i guess." "she has a passion obviously for kicking the soccer ball and ultimately with us not having soccer, she decided to kick the football and she does a really nice e b with it." the senior... who stands at just 5 feet 2 still finds a way to blend in with the boys.... except when it comes to the locker room. "at home i get my own locker room to change myself or away i get a bathroom, some schools provide me a locker room. then at halftime we're either out in the end zone or we all go in the boys locker room. i just wait for them to do their thing and then my coaches check and i get to go in." giving credit to her
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teammamas, bailey has enjoyed learning about the game. "i+ve learnen so much about football, the sport in general, and just that you have a team and they have your back at the end of the day and that's what counts." 3 in the heart of california's napa vallll... it's now harvest time. and it's a bumper crop 3 for pumpkins. *huge*e* pumpkins. c - b - s news correspondent carter evans shows us the story of a master grower. 3 (track) amid these giant vines, lies a hidden treasure. (sot john hawkley 001018) "a lot of my neighbors don't even know i grow (vo pink blanket comes off, then another blanket) (trara) john hawkley
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doesn't just grow pumpkins. he babies them covering them in blankets to protect to protect their skin from the sun... (nat final blanket slides off 001612- sot carter) "omigosh!!!!!" // (sot 002116 carter) "this is like a freak of nature." (track) this pumpkin freaeashow, he says, began on a whim. (sot carter 000240) "this is your front yard here. (john) "yeah." (carter) "was it always a pumpkin patch?" (john) "it was a pitching green when i started. it was beautifully manicured"(track) hawkley says he became fascinated by other farmers and their gargantuan gourds (sot john 000149) "this is out of the world recororfrom switzerland"// (000157)7)this has world record genetics" (tra) breeding and cross- pollinating paid off. last year hawkley set a north american record. 2,058 pound monster. (sot carter 000310) "it sounds almost like an addiction." john: "it's pretty bad" (laughs) (track) once again he set out to create the largest pumpkin on the planet. (carter 000614) "how fast do these pumpkins grow?" john: "well mine were up to , like 40 pounds a day" carter: "40 pounds a day???" (track) his pride and joy reached nearly a ton blew a hole, and was disqualified (carter 002401) "pumpkin depression?" john: "oh my god!d!carter continuing: "the highs and lows of pumpkin growing." // (john 002348) "i didn't even come into my patch for a week, and then i realized, well, you know whati've got these
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of those other pumpkins finished seventh at a weigh-off, this month. and already he's plotting to plant new seeds that will become next year's giants (sot patty hawkley 004709) "sometimes i just shake my head and roll my eyes." (track) patty hawkley says recoco or no record. (sot patty 004516) 'i definitely have approached him with the thought of taking a year off and maybe growing every other year, and working on projects at home." (004731) it's cool in a way, but on the other hand it's like, yeah it's a pumpkin. remember that, john, it"s a pumpkin!!!" (laughs) (track) and at the very least... it can make a lot of pies! carter evans, cbs news, napa, california. 3 3 up next in your healthwatch... if you've noticed your memory slipping lately... it might *not* be a sign of a serious problem... your brain mmht just need a workout. 3
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3 3 cloudsdsill increase throughout the e ay with temperatures hoveringngear 60. ouds will stick around into morrow while tempepetures diinto the 50's.there is a slight chance of showers overnight tuesday night but chances wi diminish by sunrise when winds will pick up and temperatures will continue the downward trend into the lower 50's.the middle of the week will be dry with our next chance of rain coming in on friday night. temperatures will remain in the 50's until sunday. 3 the american academy of pediatrics is now recommending banning sales of all tobacco products... including e - cigarettes... to people under 21. to people cigarettes... including e - products...of all tobacco banning sales recommending now pediatrics is academy of the american
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3 the american academy of pediatrics is now recocoending banning sales of all tobacco products... including e - cigarettes... to people under 21. doctors are warning the growing popularity of e - cigarettes is threatening to addict a new generation of teenagers. 3 the a - a - p also has new recommendations to make youth foototll safer. they are... enforcing proper tackling rules... with zero tolerance for head first hits. and expanding non - tackling leagues. 3 and harvard researchers are pushing for a major shift in the way the world fights tuberculosis. they say
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treatment are not enough and they want more emphasis on nutrition... ananmental healththservices. 3 have you noticed your memory slipping recently? maybe you just had a stroke or you might have dementia... or *maybe*... as our own siouxland news reporter kayla novak shows us... your brain just hasn't been exercising lately. 3 (**take pkg**)"well and i like to say, if you use it, you can improve it" this is billi van hunnik. she is a speech therapist with mercy home care. "i work with speech and language disorders, and so i always say you know i work from the neck up, essentially. // and i also work on cognition which would be more like attention and memory, problem solving, planning, decsion making, those kinds of things. " mercy home care uses "minds in motion" to enhance the thinking and memory practices of the elderly. but brain fitness activities can be used by everyone to make sure your brain stays healthy. "it's the same old thing we have always heard from our doctors. you know, good nutrition, good exercise, even socialization is a big
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component" playing cards with family and friends s are a great way to socialize and get your adrenaline pumping. "and adrenaline you know is we know is that quick decision making so it increases your reaction time.. and if you have good reaction time you are going to be able to make quicker decsions" another way to exercise your brain is to take a new way home. "there is something about changing it up.. it is something new for your brain.. it fires up all of these urons.. you know when your brain is like 'oo i got to pay attention here,, what is s ing on.'" if you have any questions regarding speech therapy at mercy home care, we have the contact number in this story on our website. again that's siouxland news dot com. for siouxland news, i'm kayla novak. 3 3 if you've noticed your iphone battery draining faster... one of your apps
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may be to blame. we'll take a look... next... in
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good morning, (le mars)... it's (47 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (icon ag & turf) camera. 3 if your iphone battery keeps dying... maybe you should blame facebook. here's your c-net tech update. 3 "you need to update the facebook app -- now. i'm bridgdg carey. thth is your cnet update.the facebook app is a battery drain on your phone, and even facebook admits it has a problem with how much battery life it uses. but the network just came out with an updated app that should improve battery life a bit. this fix follows complaints about the app, which have been escalting ever since iphone users got the ability to see exactly how much battery each app uses in ios 9. this feature shows facebook was eating up lots of battery life in thehe background, even when background app rereesh was turned off in settings. facbook's engineering manager ari grant wrote a post saying that his team found a few key issues and made some improvements, and that facebook is continuing to work on improving battery usage.
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"there are other ways to also watch your battery and data with facebook. make sure in facebook settings you disable videos 3 from automatically playing in your news feed. snapchat is another big battery offender -- because it's getting your location with gps and using video and data. travel mode can save some data because it won't load your friends snaps unless you click on the message. and with all phones and apps, you can save battery by limiting your notifications, turning off bluetooth and location, as well as turning down the brightness o oyour screen."
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"but going back k facebook, the network is rolling out a new function that lets you sech through anyone's public posts. that's more than 2 trillion posts a month you can search through. it gives facebook more power as a resource to discover news and other trends by using it as a search engine of sorts. you can do this in the search bar on the website or app, but right now it's only for u.s. members. type in a keyword, like star wars, and see what your friends about it - and also see public posts from people you don't know."and not to fall behind facebook, twitter is trying to make money from it's new moments section. moments highlights big stories being shared on the network, and it's twitter's way of creating a news h h. and now moments will have advertisements, called promoted moments. the movie creed paid to show photos and videos within section over the weekend."and for those of you who like physical mail over social media, there's a cool new feature in the shyp app -- its spelled s-h-y-p. it wants to change the way we ship packages. you can send a package to someone, without knowing their address. but the catch is that the person needs to also have the shyp app. all you need is that person's username, and it sends your package to their address on file, without telling you their address. shyp has been around for a year already, and it helps you send anything you want. take a photo of something you need packaged, and within 20 minutes someone comes by to pick i iup and ck it in a box and m ml it for you. that service is in san frfrcisco, la, new york, miami and chicago."that's it for this tech news update, and
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bridget carey.3 3 3 clouds will increase throughout the day with temperatures hovering near 60. clouds will stick around into tomorrow while temperatures dip into the 50's.there is a slight chance of showers overnight tuesday night but chances will diminish by sunrise when winds will pipi up and tempererures will continue the downward trend into the lower 50's.the middle of the week will be dry with our next chance of rain coming in on friday night. temperatures will remain in
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33 3 we'll take a look at your we'll take a we'll take a look at your news and weather to go coming up after the break... you're
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sunrise.,3 it's now (time) as w wtake a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 crews are still searching this morning off the coast to british columbia... after a fatal tour boat accident. the whale - watching tour boat was carrying 27 people when it
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sank near the town of tofino sunday. officials with canada's transportation safety y board plan to o investigate what happened. back in the states... the 20 - 16 presidential race is still heating up... both sides of the aisle are really pouncing on each other after the latest iowa poll numbers. with the iowa caucuses less than 99 days away... c - b - s news battleground tracker r lls show hillary clinton three points ahead of bernie sanders in the key state. on the republican side... ben carson is now tied with donald trump. and... the woman whose car plowed into a crowd of people during the oklahoma state homecoming celebration... appears in court later today. 25 - year - old (ah - day - sha)a)dacia chambers will be arraigned four counts o osecd degree murder this afternoon. three adults and a toddler died. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and
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at least five people were killed when a whale watching boat sank off the coast of stern canada. >> 27 people on board. 18 people have been taken to local hospitals. search and rescue aircraft are combing the area. more than a dozen people died when a powerful earthquake struck northern pakistan and india. the remnants of huh rricane patricia moving into uisiana. >> i watched my car slowly disappear. >> nothing like that ever happened. >> biden said there was no truth that beau made a death bed request that his father run for president. >> carson is lower energy than bush. i don't understand what's going on. >> trump is on the attack. nono running second to ben carson in ioio. >> and i don't get into the mud
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