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"siouxland news at sunrise starts now" 3 3 one of siouxland's most wanted is killed when a stolen, speeding, car hits another vevecle.members of a siouxland tribe vote to legalize pot. but will the tribal council follow through?and... worries about privacy could stop an overhaul of the nation's mental health care system.good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up p with us on this xxx morning.
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3 morning.us on this xxx 3 morning. 3 a front will move through the area today. . is will bring us a slight chance of showers and drizzle for most of the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday with temperatures around 60 for sunday and monday. 3 3 3 3 british prime nister david cameron plans to meet with egypt's president in london today... in the middle of an investigation into what brought down a russian plane in the sinai peninsula over the weekend. as c - b - s news correspondent jonathan vigliotti shows us... u - s
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officials are now thinking about the possibility isis was involveded. bubusome analysys say mechanical failure can't be ruled out. 3 chyrons:mike morrell / former deputy director cia, cbs news seor security analystphillip hammond/ uk foreign secretary (pkg) -nats-mourners gathered in russia today...to say goodbye to one of the 224 victims...killed in last weekend's plane crash over egypt's sinai peninsula.the first funeral comes as authorities continue to investigate what brought down. u.s. intelligence officials say there is a possibility isis or an affiliate planted a bomb on the flight but some experts caution - more information is needed:(sot mike morrell) either forensic evidence, bomb residue or bomb fragments s conversations among isis members that are specific enough toive you confidence that they were actually in on the plot.-nats- isis has insisted it did cause the crash...releasing an audio tape wednesday daring investigators to prove otherwise.the flight was traveling from sharm el-sheikh - to saint petersburg, russia when it broke apart in midair - 23 minutes after takeoff. out of an abundance of caution-- officials in the u-k have flights from the egyptian resort, stranding thousands of passengers:(sot phillip 3 hammond) we have to put the safety and security of british nationals above all other considerations.-nats- authorities in russia have questioned whether isis is to blame.the country has been carrying out airstrikes against the group in syria.it now plans to send anti- aircraft missiles to syria to russian military forces in the region.jonathan vigliotti cbs
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3 forensic evidence from the blast site... including the airplane's black box... is still being analyzed. 3 one of siouxland's most wanted was killed when he crashed a stolen car at high speed.police say that accident happened at 25th and morgan streets in sioux city... when a stolen... speeding car... driven by 34 - year - old jonas (rue - yard) rouillard... hit anothth vehicle that was backing out onto the street. (rue -
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yard) rouillard was wanted for violating his probation on a charge of intent to deliver meth. his passenger... 28 - year - old autumn flowers of sioux city... was also killed. no one else was hurt. 3 this morning we know a storm lake family i ifacing drug trafficking charges in two states.49 - year - old abel medina rios and his two children... 25 - year - old abel medina... and 28 - year - old raquel medina... were originally arrested last month in utah after troopers found 55 pounds of marijuana in their car. after they were arrested... . storm l le police looked through their house and found more drugs and guns. so now they're facing charges inowa. all are charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and conspiracy to deliver marijuana. they're being held in the buena vista county jail on 5 thousand dollars bond. 3 3 the siouxland man who adtted earlier this year to vandalizing a cemetery in hoskins nebraska will spend three years on
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from a judge in wayne... after 32 - year - old michael svatos pleaded no contest to charges of ciminal mischief and reckless damage of property in september.svatos and an someone else did 12 - thousand - dollars in damage to the hoskins cemetery. 3 police in omaha are angry... after a woman convicted of buying the gun that killed a fellow officer is given probation.officer kerrie orozco was killed in may when mamaus whwhler started shooting at officers who were trying to arrest him. wheeler was killed when lice started shooting back. his girlfriend... jalita johnson... admitted she bought the gun in georgia for wheeler. he couldn't because he was a convicted felon. 3 "whether you like police officers or not, whether you like kerrie or not, it's about gun violence. and if we are going to slow down and stop gun violence straw purchasing is the number one cause of a lot of tse prohibited people having prohibited lot of these one cause of a lot of these prohibited people having guns
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hands."johnson... who was also sentenceceto community and house arrested... could have gotten up to 10 years in prison and 250 - thousand dollar fine. 3 the omaha tribe of nebraska voted in favor of three ballot measures tuesday... supporting legalizing recreational and medicinal use of marijuana... and the growth of hemp for indudurial usus those votes were non - binding... but as our own (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran shows us... after speaking to tribal council members... they're not exactly ruling it out. 3 the omaha tribal council approved three referendums in favor of legalizing the recreational use of marijuana: the first, use of marijuana for adults ages 21 and older, and the growth of industrial hemp."my philosophy as chairman, is i believe hugely in servant leadership and regardless of my personal opinioio if the people want this, i'm m ing to take the lead to what people want, because i'm here to serve the people.""majority of our elders were against the marijuana, and our younger population was for it."council officials say...about 50- under the age of 28."so that's kind of reflective of beg a younger tribe and being a lot more progressive and how they view those opportunities to pursue."the vote paved a way legalize marijuana use on the reservation, at least, not yet. secretary jeff miller says the omaha tribe needs more education on marijuana."as a council, we need to pass ordinance, resolutions to make it legal."vernon says, he's cautious but optimistic about takiki on these issues....and they will be seeking help from legal entities as they press forward."i'm here to serve the people and if the opinion of
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the people was supporting medicinal, industrial and recreational, then i'll take that guidance, and i'll do what they want to do.""i'm ready to tackle whatever situation is going to benefit the tribe."in macy, nebraska, i'm jetske wauran, siouxland news.3 3 a danish company is working to save the planet one pencil at
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a time. the sprout world company makes pencils you can plant when you're done using them. 3 instead of an eraser at the tip... the pencils have a biodegradable capsule with seeds inside. ce the ncil isoo short to use... just plant the stub in some dirt and water it. when the capsule dissolves... the seeds grow into a plant.the sprout pencil started as a kick - starter campaign... now you can buy it on amazon. it comes in 14 varieties... including tomato... lavender... basil... sunflower... and green pepper. 3 3 3 3 3
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3 3 3 3 coming up this morning on siouxland news at sunrise... two new books are giving us a look at what ey call a financial mess we'll show you the multi - billion dollar enterprise that is the vatican. 3
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3 3 3 a front wil move through the area tay. this will bring us a slight chance of showers and drizzle for most of the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to
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normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday with
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sunday and monday.3 3 3 3 3
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... a rare movie featurininwalt disney's first character oswald the lucky rabbit was just discovered. what's your favorite disney movie? 3 you might notice something different when you have your different when something notice you might 3 you might notice something different when you have your next pint of guinness... (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in new york with your c - b - s moneywatch. 3 on wall street yesterday, stocks were down.the e w fell 50 points. the nasdaq fell 2. ///kraft heinz has announced it will close 7 north h erican ufacturing plants and relocate its headquarters from wisconsin to chicago. about 2600 people - nearly 15 percent of kraft's workforce - will lose their jobs. 250 positions will be moved to the windy city. the company ys it is consolidatng manufacturing costs and affected employees will receive a severance package and support to pursue new opportunities. the plants will close within the next two years /// target says it 13 of its stores nationwide due profits. the decision was not taken lightly and target members will be given the option to move to other target stores. locations include florida, texas and ohio. /// guinness drinkers may notice someththg different next time they havav that pint. the company is changing its 256-year-old method for making beer so
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vegans can enjoy it too. starting next year - guiness will swap out a gelatin made from fish used to filter yeast with an animal free version. /// thats your c moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, im hena daniels 3 3 we're taking a look at two new
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books this morning. as c - b s news correspondent elizabeth palmer shows us... they say the multi-billion dollar enterprise that is the vatican... is a financial mess. 3 the pope is a spiritual leader to millions of catholics but he's also ceo of a multi- billion dollar enterprisethe vatican.but behind all this magnificencethe two new books say - lies a financial mess. emiliano fittipaldi is the author of "avarice" liz: is it incompetence inside the vatican? or is it corruption? ef: both - says fittipaldi. and at the highest levels. front of st peter's)the book - for example - zeroes in on one of the churches charities.catho lics from around the world donated money to help the needy -but for e ery ten llars that came in, eight wentnto funding the vatican bureaucracy - and only two went to the poor then there's the price of sainthood..the vatican charges up to half a million dollars in management and lawyers fees for t process.meanwhile - the vatican's pension fund is 800 million dollars in the hole. today - the vatican said the book's facts and figures are out of date. and a massive cleanup - led by pope francis - is already under wayin fact - the books' revelations may actually help the pope take on powerful vested interests in his way, says cbs consultant father anthony figueredo... sot: this is an institution 2000 years old where things have been done in a certain way for 1000's of years//the holy father wantntthat all sorted out. absolutely. and if this is going to helelhim. good. 3 siouxland students start learning agriculture.after the break on sixland break on after the agriculture.learning students start 3 him. good. going to help and
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good. 3 3 siouxland students start learning after the break on siouxland news at sunrise... we're heading to lawton - bronson... to check out the high school's newest program. hometown farmer" is next. 3
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3 3 a front will move through the area today. this will bring us a slight chance of showers and drizzle for most of the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday with temperatures around 60 for sunday and monday.
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3 we live in a fairly rural area here in siouxland. you can see agriculture happening pretty much any time you drive down the highway. but how often do *students* get a chance to *learn* about agriculture?we're heading to the lawton - bronson high school for this edition of "proud to be a hometown
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farmer." to sit in on a first - of - its - kind class at the school. 3 "casey, we'll talk about the length, what do you think of the length?"you've got the teacherthe studentsthis lawton-bronson high school classroom is pretty normal. except for the $10,000 checks on the walls."with it being a a brand new program at a school, we had nothing."ms. koehler hereher studentsare in an animal science class.a first the because it's the first year lawton-bronson's had an agriculture education program. "a lot of the kids are taking a lot of interest in it and asking me already for what classes are next year."these classes...and and future farmers of america chapter... got off the ground thanks to $10,000 dollar grants from monsanto and the chs foundation.something students had wanted for yearslike matt herboldhe's a senior.he's in the classes *and* in ffa."i rodeo a lot, and i know people that are in ffa, and it looked like a good time."he says what he's learning is getting him ready for a career field he's thought about for a long time. "my dad's a cattle buyer, so i've thought about that, or something like a veterinarian." **nats - helping student**and ms. koehler says the lessons her students learn heretoday like judging cattlewill help'em out...whether they work in agricultureor not. "you have to see differences, you have to make decisions and you have to defend those decisions. well, in life we have to do the same thing." 3
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3 if you think of a farmer that might be great here on "proud to be a hometown farmer"tell us about them!you can nominate them...just go to our web site...siouxlandnews.com slash sunrise...or you can e - mail me...my e - mail address is j - heller at siouxland news dot com. 3 3 3 still to come... n - b - c is being pressured to cancel
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donald trump's appearance. we'll show you why protestors want trump dropped from the show. you're watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 as the temperatures drop, it's time to get your car ready for the winter. one of the easy things you can do on your own is to check fluids. i've talked about oil a lot here on auto matters, but it really is the life blood of your car. make sure you've got the right oil going in; you can check your owners manual to get the proper type. in the summer, we need our engines to run cool, winter means we want anti- freeze...call it what you like, that fluid in our radiators is important. you can top that up yourself. finally, make sure your brakes have clean fluid too; as it ages, brake fluid can absorb water...and in cold temps that can make things extra thick, leading to less than great braking performance. whether you do it yourself, or have a shop do the work, this is the right time of year to talk fluids with your local car care pros here in town. auto matters brought to you by arnold motor supply. you can find everything you need to get your car running it's best and you'll receive the best service that you deserve. "service is the difference we get it." visit one of our many local locations for any of your car care needs. 3 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob us.morning with starting your thanks for everyone,good morning
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3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat
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3 3 3 there is more and more pressure this morning for n - b - c to cancel donald trump's scheduled guest - host appearance on "saturday night live" this weekend. last night... quite a few latino advocacy groups delivered signatures to the network... asking it to dump trump because of what he's said about mexican immigrants. c - b - s news correspondent don champion is in new york. 3 (pkg)(sot trump snl promo) nat "hi donald trump nice to meet you" (-:02) as promos for donald trump's snl appearance got heavy play online wednesday night...(sot aptn) "donald trump has go to go hey hey ho ho" (-:20) groups of latino advocacy groups gathered outside nbc headquarters calling on the network to cancel his guest-host spot. angered by trump's recent comments describing mexican immigrants as criminals and rapists- the coalition of groups delivered more than 500-thousand signatures to the network.(sot juan escalante/ 'america's voice') "there is no clear answer as to what exactly nbc plans to do and to me that's unacceptable it means they don't really care about their viewers.(sot bridge standup don champion/cbs news new york) "nbc already ended business ties with trump after his comments months ago. media observers don't see the billionaire being pulled off snl this weekend."(tue0317 trump sot) i think they should
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demonstrate, ratings will go even highers. it's going to be one of the highest rated shows ever. out on the campaign trail, trump's republican rivals are staying away from the snl controversy.(sot carson) i don't want equal time on snl. (q) are you going to watch? carson: no. including jeb bush, who is intensifying his ground game in new hampshire... a must-win state for him. (sot gov. jeb bush/r- presidential candidate) i know i can get better. i know america can get better. nbc hasn't said whether other presidential candidates are being considered to host snl. don
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3 campaigning in new hampshire wednesday... trump said he was originally scheduled just to do a skit on this week's s - n - l... but the idea grew into an opportunity to host. 3 there's a benefit fundraiser coming up to help the family of a three - year - old boy who died in a house fire in sioux city last friday.nicholas "nico" torres died in the fire at 1414 center street. his parents... david torres and jennifer fuentes... weren't able to rescue him.now... a silent auction and craft showcase will be held saturday november 14th for his family.the event will run from 12 until 6 p - m at saint michaels church on indian hills drive.folks are asked to come to the church the day of the event... because some of the auction items won't be available for viewing until then. donations can also be made to the nico torres memorial fund that's been set up at siouxland federal credit union. 3 two local groups have started work to make the home of a
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3 a ceremonial groundbreaking on the project was held by the homebuilders association of greater siouxland and the board of "projects for patriots." they''re remodelling the home of todd landen who was hurt by an i - e - d in iraq. they'll be widening the hallways... adding pull down cabinets... even an elevator. 3 "i'm kind've getting anxious too see how much more independent i can be you know. // i wont have to see him you know in pain going up the stairs and that what i just just... i can't... i'm just excited i can't 3 wait,."they hope to have the project finished by february first.in the meantime... a fundraiser for "project patriot" is taking place today at the orpheum theater.they'll be showing the movie "the hornet's nest"... which features landen and his elite army unit during their tour in afghanistan.the doors will open at 5 - 30 for a social get together. 3 the movie will be shown at 7 - 30.folks will get to ask the
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film makers questions after the showing. 3 iowa senator joni ernst is celebrating a small victory against the environmental protection agency this morning.a resolution of disapproval of the agency's proposed "waters of the united states" rule introduced by ernst was passed by the full senate 53 to 44.the controversial rule would give the e - p - a and the army corps of engineers control over much of the waterways and the land they run through. it's the subject of court challenges in 31 states.ernst's resolution will now be considered by the house... but the white house has already threatened a presidential veto. 3 don't let the warm start we've had to november so far fool you... the end of the year means winter will soon be knocking on our doors. our own siouxland news reporter kayla novak is asking local experts *when* we should start getting ready... and *what* we need to buy to be prepared for winter weather. 3 (sound of lug nut removal) owner of square tire scott eldridge.says drivers should get their car checked now. "we are getting close enough to cold weather now and a lot of it is that it is not just snow. it's the cold weather and it's very easy to get your anti-freeze checked and see
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what temperature it is good to; it's very easy to check the battery starter, the alternator and make sure they are running right. it's very easy to check the belts and the hoses to make sure they are not likely to break you can never knowthat's not going to happen but you can kind've get a good idea whether they are going to last or not."so the car might be up to speed, but are the roads? the iowa department of transportation recommends that you check your 511 app or go to 511.org in order to check road conditions.(sound of paper)the department of transportation also works hard to keep all nearby sioux city roads clear and safe. "so last year was a bad year for snow plow strikes in the state of iowa." (dakin schultz-district transportation planner) plus, the construction will continue throughout the winter, making snow removal a challenge and roads more hazardous. so, this year they have added blue lights to their snow plows to make drivers are more aware of their presence. state tropper john farley also suggests slowing down all together in these situations. "always want to make sure people are driving correct for the conditions. just because the speed limit might say 70 miles per hour, doesn't mean that we have to drive that speed." but we all know accidents do happen. "but, we always encourage people to make sure they have their cell phones ready and charged // make sure you always have some extra blankets or warm clothing. obviously have some bottles of water, maybe some energy bars." other things you may want to carry in your car this winter are: a flashlight. a shovel. kitty litter for tractionan ice pick.. and a first aid kit. kmeg is stocked and ready for the winter, are
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3 the first snow of the season fell in northern arizona
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more than the bears at the bear - izona wildlife park in the town of williams... though. the park is expected to get up to six inches. park officials say the bears were happy to see a change in scenery... they played in the snow as much as they could.*the park plans to stay open through the storm. it lets families drive through at the wildlife in their natural habitat. 3 3 3 3 we're shaving a head for a good cause.that's next in "talk of the town." 3 3 3 a front will move through the area today. this will bring us a slight chance will bring us
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this will bring us a 3 slight chance of showers and drizzle for most of the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs
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around 60 for sunday and 3 monday. 3 3 the american legion and great clips are teaming up to give buzz cuts for a good cause... that's why ken hanel joins us 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 3 this engagement ring put teeth into the proposal. we'll have the story behind the wisdom tooth ring. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at
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3 3 good morning, (city)... it's
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we take a look from our (sponsor) camera. 3 here's an engagement ring that might leave your mouth gaping. forget the diamonds... a groom - to - be in california decided to put some teeth into his marriage proposal. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos takes a look. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- usually engagement rings are slipped on a finger or come out of an opened box...but how about an open mouth..... (carlee leifkes/ fiance proposed with wisdom tooth ring) "oh yeah we definitely right off the bat have been excited telling people it's his wisdom tooth."in movies they go to tiffanys and say.... "pick one"but this one was extracted....extracted from lucas unger's mouth when he was 17.now at 23, he's given it to carlee leifkes as an engagement ring.(carlee leifkes/ fiance proposed with wisdom tooth ring) "we're into oddities. ((butted to)) "the more different the better." this was no surprise, the couple discussed the idea and took lucas' wisdom tooth to a jeweler who had never mounted a tooth in a ring before but was happy to do it.carlee loves the concept...fiance proposed with wisdom tooth ring) "he actually grew this in his body"(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent) "it was sort of a piece of him?"(carlee leifkes/ fiance proposed with wisdom tooth ring) "yeah and i'm happy i get to wear that every day."(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent) "for those who say yuck, the tooth has already been professionally cleaned and coated."lucas proposed on halloween.later this month the couple will get married in las vegas..."ain't nothin but a hound dog"by an elvis impersonator.her tattooed broken leg camouflage cast and the wisdom tooth will serve as engagement and wedding ring.(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent) "would you brush this tooth?"(carlee leifkes/ fiance proposed with wisdom tooth ring) "ah, no i wouldn't brush it ."she can always take it to the dentist for its annual checkup. actually, that's no joke.one commenter noted she has a similar wisdom tooth ring."i chipped it...recently when i went to get a cavity filled my dentist fixed my ring for me too."no matter what marilyn
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monroe says..."diamonds are a girl's best friend."(carlee leifkes/ proposed with wisdom tooth ring) and i say diamonds aren't a girl's best friend. they're not my friend. my fiance is."the wisdom from that tooth is already rubbing off."best friend"jeanne moos cnn(carlee leifkes/ fiance proposed with wisdom tooth
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3 3 a front will move through the area today. this will bring us a of showers and drizzle for most of the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday with temperatures around 60 for sunday and monday. 3
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...to the sunrise time for a trip 3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...if you thought looking at the sun would burn your eyes... check this out. this is ultra high definition video of the sun.
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observatory took these pictures using wavelengths invisible to the human eye.3 it shows the sun's rotation... solar flares... and everything else encompassed in a nuclear fire. 3 3 coming up this morning in your 6 o'clock hour... when a small plane lost power during a flight... its emergency parachute helped save the pilot and passengers' lives we'll show you the crash that was caught on camera.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up. it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.
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keep it right here on siouxland news at sunrise.
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3 3 here's a look at your weather 3 3
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3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 we still don't know what brought down a russian plane in the sinai peninsula over the weekend... killing all 224 people on board. c - b - s news has learned that u - s and british officials say there is a possibility terrorists on the flight. but some analysts say mechanical failure can't be ruled out.people are calling for n - b - c to dump donald trump as guest host of "saturday night live" this weekend. new polls show the billionaire candidate is now neck and neck with ben carson in the republican race for the white house. and florida senator marco rubio... who's in third place... is being scrutinized for what some are calling his murky financial past.and... the suspect in a viral attack on an uber
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broken his silence. 32 - year - old ben golden says he wants to apologize to the driver for what happened. golden has been charged with four misdemeanor counts of assault and battery... and he's facing a possible year in jail. 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 gayle king... coming up, inside the church where a teen was beaten to death... a former member opens up about the congregation he calls a cult... 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 heller.and i'm meteorologist
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3 cat taylor.3 3 a front will move through the area today. this will bring us a slight chance of showers and drizzle for most of the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's saturday with around 60 for sunday and monday. 3 3 3 federal investigators this morning are trying to figure
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out what caused a dramatic scene tuesday in the sky over arkansas. a former walmart c - e - o piloting a plane was forced to deploy the emergency parachute. the plane drifted from the sky and onto a road. reporter kris van cleave shows us what happened. 3 ctm script: (nat) (witness) oh my god!(02) witnesses watched in amazement.(14:52) pilot: i'm gonna use an all-crash here. we're gonna try to find a place up ahead that's clear. (04) a single engine plane suspended by a parachute, gliding to the ground.(natsot) (911 audio) (22:00) there's some kind of plane coming down with a parachute.(05) it landed on this stretch of road the entire aircraft still visibly intact.(sot) (so rouhnavaz, witness) (tue0247 @ :00) when we looked up, there was a plane that was like free falling for a second and then popped a parachute.(14) seconds before touching down, the plane struck a pickup truck carrying a female driver and two children. that driver and all three people on board the plane, including the pilot -- former walmart ceo bill simon - walked away with just minor injuries.(sot) (craig sout, fayetteville police) (tue0247 @ :20) they were losing altitude in engine so they popped the emergency chute on the plane, which brought them down slowly.(08) that emergecy ballistic parachute is built into the plane's fuselage... a standard feature on this type of aircraft since the 1990's. (sot) (james fallows, pilot)
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cirrus aircraft and the klapmeier brothers who be another option - that the penalty for bad judgment, bad james fallows is national correspondent for the flies a cirrus. (sot) (james fallows, pilot) (190549) it certainly is a future for smaller planes. i think people on your boeings and airbuses porbably are not going to be because they are so safe, but for the smaller planes // i clear // why would a plane not have this kind of safety pilot landed this cirrus in the middle of the pacific fuel en route to hawaii. (09) and in 2009, mechanical another cirrus to deploy his chute over a washington d-c
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3 one of siouxland's most wanted was killed when he crashed a stolen car at high speed.police say that accident happened at 25th and morgan streets in sioux city... when a stolen... speeding car... driven by 34 - year - old jonas (rue - yard) rouillard... hit another vehicle that was backing out onto the street. (rue - yard) rouillard was wanted for violating his probation on a charge of intent to deliver meth. his passenger... 28 - year - old autumn flowers of sioux city... was also killed. no one else was hurt. 3 this morning we know a storm lake family is facing drug trafficking charges in two states.49 - year - old abel
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children... 25 - year - old abel medina... and 28 - year - old raquel medina... were originally arrested last month in utah after troopers found 55 pounds of marijuana in their car. after they were arrested... storm lake police looked through their house and found more drugs and guns. so now they're facing charges in iowa. all are charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and conspiracy to deliver marijuana. they're being held in the buena vista county jail on 5 thousand dollars bond. 3 3 the siouxland man who admitted earlier this year to vandalizing a cemetery in hoskins nebraska will spend three years on probation.that's the verdict from a judge in wayne... after 32 - year - old michael svatos pleaded no contest to charges of ciminal mischief and reckless damage of property in september.svatos and an someone else did 12 - thousand - dollars in damage to the hoskins cemetery. 3 police in omaha are angry...
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buying the gun that killed a fellow officer is given probation.officer kerrie orozco was killed in may when marcus wheeler started shooting at officers who were trying to arrest him. wheeler was killed when police started shooting back. his girlfriend... jalita johnson... admitted she bought the gun in georgia for wheeler. he couldn't because he was a convicted felon. 3 "whether you like police officers or not, whether you like kerrie or not, it's about gun violence. and if we are going to slow down and stop gun violence straw purchasing is the number one cause of a lot of these prohibited people having guns in their hands." hands."guns in their hands."johnson... who was also sentenced to community and house arrested... could have gotten up to 10 years in prison and 250 - thousand dollar fine. 3 more worries about privacy could stop an overhaul of the nation's mental health care system. as our national correspondent kristine frazao shows us... opponents say changes to the current law could make it even more
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difficult than it already is for people to get the psychiatric care they need. 3 the first overhaul of america's mental health care system in decades and there's now pushback coming from 19 of the 23 democratic lawmakers on the house energy and commerce committee.that's where the bill is being debated now. [rep. jan schakowsky (d) illinois]"everyone knows that we need to do better when it comes to mental health services."represenative tim murphy's the months following the massacare at the sandy hook elementary school in connecticut in 2012 had enjoyed bipartisan support. it's waning now because of proposed changes to hippa privacy laws -- that would give family members and caretakers of person more medical information . [rep. jan schakowsky (d) illinois] "we want to make sure people feel they can go in privacy to get the help they need and to ask for whatever they need to resolve their mental illness." [kristine frazo standup] "democrats say if 'hippa' is changed it will deter the mentally ill from seeking help. in other words, defeating the very purpose of reforming mental health care." about 10 million people in the u.s. have a serious mental illnesses like schizophrenia or biopolar disorder.according to the national alliance on or 'nom-ee' almost half don't get psychiatric treatment now for many reasons including homlessness, incarceration, and too few hospital beds. [sot ron honberg]"we rarely if ever focus our attention on the broken mental health system until these mass tragedies occur. so, maybe it is the silver lining."nami's ron honberg [pronounced=h ahn-berg] hates to conflate mental health care with mass shootings, because he says not all perpertrators have a mental illness. but he believes murphy's bill has the potential to eliminate some mass shootings in the future. [sot ron honberg]"you can't help but ask yourself had there been more agressive intervention under these circumstances could the tragedies have been prevented in the first place."i'm
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3 a rare... long - lost silent film co - created by walt disney has been re - discovered."sleigh bells" is a 19 - 28 cartoon starring oswald the lucky rabbit... the first character disney ever created. disney co - made the film... but universal owned the rights to oswald. contract disputes led disney to break away from universal... create mickey mouse... and start his iconic company.researchers at the british film institute *re - discovered* "sleigh bells"... the movie had been in its national archive for decades. since then the movie's been digitally re - mastered by disney animators. "sleigh bells" will get its first public showing december 12 - th in london. 3 3 3 3 lawton - bronson came back to
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in their finals match. see if they could pull the upset and head to state. chris
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3 3 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning. what's up moose?
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3 moose? what's up moose?3 what's up 3 moose?
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3 a front will move through the area today. this will bring us a slight chance of showers and drizzle for most of 3 the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we
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3 3 hollywood shines a light on one of its darkest periods in the new movie trumbo. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break. 3 3 3 3 3
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3 3 3 a front will move through the area today. this will bring us a slight chance of showers and drizzle for most of the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday with temperatures around 60 for sunday and monday. 3 3 hollywood shines a light on one of its darkest periods in the new movie trumbo. suzanne marques sat down with
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3 3 stars.down with the marques sat suzanne trumbo. new movie periods in the darkest on one of its shines a light hollywood hollywood shines a light on one of its darkest periods in the new movie trumbo. suzanne marques sat down with the stars. 3 trt 1:29 (package script) (nats film clip)"we will put you right out of business." real-life dalton trumbo's career comes to a screeching halt in the late 1940s when he and other left-leaning hollywood figures are blacklisted for their political beliefs. (nats trailer)you talk like a radical but you live like a rich guy. it's the perfect combination. the radical of ??? the purity of jesus. but the rich guy wins with the cunning of satan. bryan cranston plays trumbo who spent 11 months in prison for contempt of congress after he and the rest of the "hollywood ten" refused to name communists working in show business. (sot bryan cranston/dalton trumbo)he loved to gesticulate and tell stories and hold court 5:05 // he also loved the first amendment, freedom of speech and assembly and religion and politics and when those were
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challenged he went to work. for the next 13 years, trumbo worked in the shadows winning two oscars under false names. (nats i hear the rumors clip) whisper a movie you've written in secret. maybe i've even heard of it. maybe you have. among his enemies was the powerful anti-communist gossip columnist hedda hopper played by oscar winner helen mirren. (helen mirren/hedda hopper) (from the premiere) 18:13 i don't agree politically with these people at all but 18:18 i do believe they thought they were being patriotic 18:24 despite a dark chapter, trumbo's story eventually has its own hollywood happy ending. suzanne marques, cbs
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... a rare movie featuring walt disney's first character oswald the lucky rabbit was just discovered. what's your favorite disney movie? 3
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3 this morning... one of the country's most sweeping social changes in the last 35 years brings big changes in china. we'll show you what's behind the end of the one child policy.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
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3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 3 cat taylor.meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 a front will move through the area today. this will bring us a slight chance of showers and drizzle for most of the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to
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normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday with temperatures around 60 for sunday and monday. 3 china is getting ready to put into place one of its most sweeping social changes in the last 35 years. the government will now let married couples to have *two* kids instead of just one. the move comes as china struggles with an aging workforce... and a gender imbalance. reporter seth doane is in beijing... where he met one of the
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families who fought for the right to grow. 3 ctm script: nats - playing piano (10 year old plays "silent night") ten-year-old wang shubei always wished she had a sibling. (sot - 00:37:35:04) (wang, in chinese:) i feel lonely, she told us. since i was little - there haven't been many kids that i can play with. nats - she plays with parents for years, her mom - cao juanhui - and dad - wang guoping -fought to have a second child even publicly protesting for the right (see: protest pic). (sot - cao - ends at 00 24 18 09 ) (cao, in chinese:) when i heard the news, i couldn't believe it, cao told us. i read the official document over and over. it was always in our dreams but also beyond our dreams. china's rubber- stamp parliament still has to formally approve the change to this controversial policy. (sot - 00:14:26:22)(cao, in chinese:) my husband works in a state-owned company. if we'd had a second baby he would've been fired - or forced to quit, she said.(seth:) for you, the penalties of having a second child were pretty significant.(wang:) yes, that's true, wang added, the fine could've been nearly 50- thousand dollars. cbs news videotaped these beijing billboards in the 1980s. the designed to combat a booming population and to lessen the and the state. (gfx - in ) health officials claim at avoided. but enforcement could be draconian - sometimes sterilization. some parents perferred male children and aborted female fetuses. today, there are 33-million more men than women in china. (gfx-out) shrinking its population aging and cao worries about (sot - 00:47:01)(cao:) when we get old she'll be the only one taking care of us, she said. to have another child and their ten year old has already given some thought to the brother-versus-sister question: (sot - 39:20 - seth w/ 10 year old)(seth:) why a little sister? "wei shenma?" (wang, in english:) because a little brother is very naughty (seth:) (laughs) so you'd
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3 a benefit fundraiser will take place to help the family of a three year old boy who died in a sioux city house fire last friday.nicholas "nico" torres died in the fire at 1414 center street. his parents... david torres and jennifer fuentes... were unable to rescue him.now... a silent auction and craft showcase will be held saturday november 14th for his family.the event will run from 12 until 6pm at st. michaels church on indian hills drive.folks are urged to come to the church the day of the event because some of the auction items won't be available for viewing until then. donations can also be made to the nico torres memorial fund that's been set up at siouxland federal credit union. 3 two local groups have started work to make the home of a wounded warrior more accessible. 3 a ceremonial groundbreaking on that project was held by the homebuilders association of greater siouxland and the board of "projects for
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patriots." they''re remodelling the home of todd landen who was wounded by an i - e - d in iraq. they'll be widening the hallways... adding pull down cabinets... and even an elevator. 3 "i'm kind've getting anxious too see how much more independent i can be you know. // i wont have to see him you know in pain going up the stairs and that what i just just... i can't... i'm just excited i can't wait,."3 they hope to have the project finished by february first.meanwhile... a fundraiser for "project patriot" is taking place today at the orpheum theater.they'll be showing the movie "the hornet's nest" which features landen and his elite army unit during their tour in afghanistan.the doors will open at 5-30 pm for a social. 3 the movie will be shown at 7- 30.a question and answer session with the filmakers will take place afterwards. 3 the first college football playoff rankings of the season
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include clemson... l - s - u... ohio state... alabama... notre dame... and undefeated baylor... which comes in at number six. but the seven - and - oh baylor team is still very much a contender for this year's championships. it's powered in part by a pair of massive players... who are the talk of the lone star state. proof everything really is bigger in texas. reporter jeff glor met them at practice. 3 ctm script: (nats: game over empty stadium shots) "watch the field in waco for a minute and it doesn't take long for two towering talents to stand out: seniors laquan mcgowan and shawn oakmantheir coach is art briles.(151642 jg) college bigger and bigger across the country. they may be biggest baylor football head coach) "well, because you got the and laquan. i mean, they are abnormal. but i mean abnormal in a great way." (new track) mcgowan is a six foot seven inch 400-plus pound offensive lineman turned tight end, who first turned heads in last season's cotton bowl, when he rumbled for this touchdown. toss of the same game, his teammate, six foot nine inch defensive end oakman, loomed over the opposition and inspired a series of internet stature. (151700 briles) "i've been doing this 37 years, never had people like this." (jg) "37 years, never seen any players like this?"(ab) "not like this, no sir. they don't exist right now, except at baylor."we met both men on baylor's campus. where mcgowan taurus.(175508 jg) "these pictures of you getting into baylor footballl player) "yeah, my little taurus."(jg) (lm) "yeah, yeah. i bought that car for, like, $1,500. i it."(jg) "is it tough to get in and out of that? or no?"
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(laquan) "yeah. it is. i'll get a truck one day."(jeff) "how do you guys refer to yourselves?"(shawn) "i call him big sexy."(jeff) "you call him big sexy?"(shawn) "big sexy."(laquan) "i don't know where that name came from-" (shawn) "i don't either." (laquan) "i think-- he may-- you may have started that name. yeah" (jeff) "big sexy?" (laquan) "yeah. i've heard that-"mcgowan is a gentle giant who actively tries to be smaller, even if that means being uncomfortable.(175630 jg) "you're size 20, but you wear size?" (lm) "18." (jg) "because?" (lm) "they're lighter."(jg) "does it hurt your feet?"(lm) "it hurts, but i want to be fast. so i wear lighter shoes."(jg) "smaller shoes?"(lm) "yeah." oakman is fast and more combustible. potentially a very high pick in next year's nfl draft, he talks constantly about dominance, but he's also dealt with demons. after a rough childhood outside philadelphia, he was recruited by penn state, but dismissed from the squad. this year he had to sit out of the first game at baylor. he's been warned by the ncaa not to roll up his jersey during games. (175938 jg) "you had trouble at penn state. got kicked off the team. you 've had trouble here."(shawn) "no."(jg) "no? suspended the first game this season?"(shawn) "that's not trouble."(jg) "no?"(shawn) "it's politics."(jg) "what don't they get?"(shawn oakman, baylor football player) "the politics of it. the ncaa rules. you goa bunch of guys our program that nplayed football. how catell a playehe canwith swag? can't roll up (jg) "yeu there rules." (shawn) "exactlwhat, those efor, to do what? to prevent individu."oakman has apologized fhis tpenn stil individuali 3baylor wanit to be brilea collection vebreaking through.(art brilreally feel like we've accompli anyth(jeff) undefeated, rankecthe countr 'you're o map yet?(ab) "well, mean, map we wanna get on." (jg)that you wanna what-- what being map then for you?"(ab) "yo we wanna win anchampionship 3or us. and then get incollege football playerwin a nation 3 itsimple. th tatoperate." and ittmountains men against each other tgames and in pr(152344 jg) there when playeget too nd they"(art briles) "physically?"(jg) "yeah, and 3 my mind (laughs) we'll adjustand find a o use tbig guys." (jfaster, stronger?" (ab) "that name of the game." 3 3 up next in your healthwatch... the newest breakthroughs in the newest healthwatch... up next in your
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3 3 up next in your healthwatch... the newest breakthroughs in reconstructive surgery are taking some of the trauma out of mastectomies. we'll show you a new procedure that combines two surgeries into one. 3
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3 3 a front will move through the area today. this will bring us a slight chance of showers and drizzle for most of the morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday with temperatures around 60 for sunday and monday. 3
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3 monday.
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3 it's pretty scary when you... or someone you love... is diagnosed with breast cancer. then there's the possibility of losing both breasts. now... a growing number of hospitals are doing
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after a mastectomy. as c - b - s news correspondent jamie (you - cuss) yuccas shows us... it's helping women to go home feeling whole. 3 pkg: rebecca matchett's schedule is always full. but her family's history of cancer always weighed on her mind. :07-:11 (rebecca matchett/breas t cancer survivor) my mother, my grandmother and my great grandmother all had breast cancer.when she was 35, rebecca learned she, too, had the earliest form of breast cancer. she chose a bi-lateral nipple-sparing mastectomy a "one and done" approach that would allow her doctor to remove the cancer, and a plastic surgeon to do the reconstruction immediately afterward. ((nat of rachel with doctor))rebecca's doctor, mehra golshan is the chair of surgical oncology at dana-farber in boston. he says the benefits are huge.:40-:51 (dr. mehra golshan/chairirf surgical oncology, dana-farber cancer institute) right after surgery you wake up and take a look down, you get to see the skin, the nipple, the size is the same as when she went to sleep and is something we couldn't offer a few years ago a study by the american society of plastic surgeons found the surgery offers important psychological benefits for the patient, including an "immediate return to normal body image."in the past, women would have a mastectomy and come back for reconstruction months later. 1:08-1:13 (jamie yuccas/boston) "one and done" is not for everyone. women who had radiation - or need it - might not be candidates.(golshan) eir skin and body and tissue have already received a dose of radiation that inhibits or prevents normal healingrebecca took about six weeks to recover, then got right back to her busy life.(rebecca) if i had to drag it out over a several month period it would have delayed my life - which i wasn't in a position to do that - and i didn't want to do it.three months after the procedure, she was pregnant with her third child.(rebecca) now my focus is really on my family and my kids and making sure we really embrace t t
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3 ififancer is found in the
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nipple tissue... then the procedure can't be done. doctors also do *not* recommend the procedure for women who have diabetes or for those who are smokers. women with large breasts can also have drooping issues and should talk about options with a doctor first. 3 3 firefox has a new mode to protect your privacy. we'll take a look... next...
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3 3 good morning, (downtown sioux city)... it's (64 degrees) outuide at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 crosoft's cortana is headed to the iphone. here's your c - net tech update. 3 "firefox now stops advertisements from tracking you online. i'm bridget carey, this is your cnet update.***" "firefox has a new tool to stop websites from spying on you. the internet browser gives private browsing a boost with a new setting called tracking protectiononwhen you have private owsing turned on, it means your browser history and your cookies are not being saved -- (firefox video: 00:30:23 - 00:57:19)but
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collect information about your activity through elements on the page, such as advertisements or social network buttons. that means websites can still create a profile of your habits. but tracking protection momo will blblk that information from being collected. you'll see a shieldcon when it's blocking a website from tracking you -- and that means certain things on the website may not load properly. some ads may not show up at all, and the site could appear broken. you can turn this off when you need to if you have trouble navigating. you'll find this in the newest version of firefox for all systems."" meanwhile, samsung is facing some privacy problems with the galaxy s6 edge smartphone. a security research team at google found some e rious flaws in the code of thihi android phone. in fact, there e were 11 serity issues in total. some made it possible for hackers to gain access to your phone if you visited a bad website. or a malicious app could gain access to your private emails. the google team is working with samsung to fix the bugs, most of the worst ones have been patched. the findings were published online.***""and speaking of phones, microsoft is looking for volunteers to test cortana on the iphone. cortana is microsoft's voice assistant on windows, similararo apple's siri, and microsoft t taking plications for beta a sters in us and china to use the person assitant on the iphone, but won't have as many features as windows. for example, you ""hey cortana"" to wake it up to start voice commands on the iphone -- at least not yet. back in august, microsoft released the beta app of cortana for android. ***""and some news for pinterest fans -- get ready for the app to push you to shop more on the network. the pinterest app is rollng out a pinterest shop, highlighting items posted to the network that you can buy directly on the site from brandsdsig and small. it's rolling out over the next few weeks. pinterest began putting buy buttons on pins back in june. it was first just for iphones but now it's also for android users. ***""that's it for this tech news update, and there's more at cnet.com. from our studios
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carey. 3 3 3 a front will move through the area totoy. this slight chance ofofshowers and drizzle e r most othe morning. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. we will manage to get into the middle 60's before the temps start to fall into the upper 40's to low 50's. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday with temperatures around 60 for
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3 3 we'll take a look at your traffic, news and weathej to go coming up ter the break... you're watching siouxland news
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3 it's nonono3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (norfolk) on the (square tire) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ...3 3 3 3
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go ... 3 3 3 we still don't know what brought down a russian plane in the sinai peninsula over the weekend... killing all 224 people on board. c - b s news has learned that u - s d british officials say there is a possibility terrorists planted a bomb on the flight. but some analysts say mechanical failure can't be ruled out.people are calling for n - b - c to dump donald trump as guest host of "satutuay night live" this weekend. new polls show the billionaire candidate is now neck and neck with ben carson in the republican race for the white house. and florida senator marco rubio... who's in third place... is being scrutinized for what some are calling his murky financial past.and... the suspect in a viral attack on an ub driver in california has broken his silence. 32 - year - old ben golden says he wants to apologize to the driver for what happened.
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golden has been c crged with four misdemeanor counts of assault and battery... and he's facing a possible year in jail. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the
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