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tomorrow, but some sleet may mix in with snow today in the early morning.the majority of the snow will fall today with temperatures near freezing, snow may be heavy at times. by tuesday winds will pick up and possibly cause blowing and drifting snow.at this time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of snow to be associated with this system in the sioux city metro area.cities near spencer could see snow accumulation in the double digits, while cites just southwest of sioux city could see less than 6 inches. wednesday will start a clearing and warming trend with temperatures bouncing back into the mid to upper 30s by thursday. 3 3 3 new... enhanced surveillance video shows police shooting and killing a 12 - year - old boy in cleveland a year ago. as c - b - s news correspondent don champion shows us... the release of this video comes as a grand jury keeps going over evidence as it tries to decide whether or not to (in - dight) indict the officer involved in
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3 (pkg) (handout cuyahoga county prosecutor) the grand jury will go over this enhanced surveillance video released by prosecutors over the weekend. frame by frame...it breaks down the final moments of 12- year-old tamir rice's life...including the instant he was shot by rookie cleveland officer timothy loehmann...two seconds after he got out of his police car. (sot zoe salzman/rice family attorney) we see tamir's arm and shoulder lifting upwards, and it's unclear whether that's in reaction to one of the shots that missed him or to the shot that struck him in the stomach and in the very next frame, tamir is doubled over and clearly by that time has been shot the shooting happened last november as loehmann, and his partner were responding to a 9-1-1 call about an armed man. the gun in question looked like a real firearmbut was a pellet gun. today - grand jurors who've been hearing testimony for five weeks- will hear from tamir's mother.(sot samaria rice/ tamir rice's mother file) it gives me strength to know that i have all of you guys to uplift me, to pray for me expertsor the prosecutionon maintain the use of force was justified...because the officers had no way of knowing the gun might have been fake. rice's family wants their own experts to testify and dispute those claims. the two officers involved are expected to
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3 it could take five months before *any* decision is reached. rice's family... along with some local leaders there... have called for the lead prosecutor in the case to step down. 3 with the cold weather here... police in sergeant bluff want to give you the dos and don'ts to keep your vehicle safe.in the last week... sergeant bluff police have seen quite a few vehicle crimes. now poli want to remind everyone... not just people in sergeant bluff... to "lock your vehicle when you leave it... take your keys with you... and make sure everything inside the car is secure. if you see *anything* suspicious in your neigbhorhood... call police immediately. 3
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3 a new exhibit opened this wewe at thehesioux city public museum. this new exhibit shows off some of the upscale department stores that were famous in sioux city's history... back in the '60's. going back to a time when "window shopping" was very popular. this exhibit fits in just right with this holiday season. the exhibit runs from now until march. a man is fouou dead afterer trying to break into a house in huron south dakota... through a chimney. the homeowner found out someone was stuck in chimney when he tried to light a fire. 3 even crews we spoke with today say that they were stunned at break into a home got stuck in his life.it all started on a cold afternoon, when the owner of this home in huron, tried to start a fire..."he had tried to light a fire in his fireplace and he for help in the chimney"the man inside the chimney had apparently tried to break into the home.the house filled with smoke, while the owner tried homeowner was gone yesterday, and returned home today."don't have any idea how long he had been in their, the home owner noticed some of his stuff had been rumaged through, he thinks the guy did
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get into the chimney last office officials say even they were shocked at what they sheriffs office >"i've been a deputy for 17 years now and i've never seen anything like this"crews got to the scene within a few minutes and begaga taking apart the chimney.at the time they believed the suspect was still breathing and moving inside.
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3 students at west middle school are in the holiday spirit now.the 6th through 8t8tgrade computer programming students have built a light display that's synced up to music. it's on the outside of the school building! this year's "light up the night" project uses more than 81 - thousand lights... and 20 *miles* of wire. the lights flash in time to music from the "star wars" theme to "don't stop believin'" by journey. 3 "last year we had a lot simpler network put iiplace. we had seventy-thousand lights last year, now we're up to a little more than eighty- thousand and we changed the network so it's a little harder to program because the kids wanted it to be a little more challenging.""we're programming it for technology and it's the light show. we're doing it for thanksgiving thru christmas, well, kind of around christmas. it's a different way to program
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computer."3 if you want to check out the display... head on over to west middle school on west 19th ststet any time after dark between now and christmas. you can buy candy canes... glow sticks... and american flags for a dollar each... or you can make a free - will donation to "support siouxland soliders." 3 big news i ithe world d college football... after iowa state fired paul rhoads monday... we've got sources confirming matt campbell will be the new head coach. 3 campbell leaves toledo with an overall record of 35 and 15 in four seasons as *their* head coach. saturday... toledo offered him a contract to make him the highest paid coach in the mid - american conference... but campbell accepted the job at i - s - u... because he says he loves a challenge. 3 "i love the challenge of making this better than it's ever been and i love the challenge that myself and our staff get an opportunity to go do that. i think we left toledo better than it was and obviously toledo has a great history, but we came in in some tough times. we built it to where it was today and i
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love the challenge to do that. i've been a part of this conference for a long time and now to get a chance to go do 12 and obviously one of the best conferences in football 3 today." 3 campbell gets a six - year contract with two million dollars guaranteed in the first year. there'll be a formal press conference later today. 3 forget playing with his friend out of it!amur the tiger and timur the goat now live in the same cage at the russian safari park. amur usually eats goats... but timur was more brave than the goats that came before.apparently the goat's bravery earned respect from the tiger... now the two animals now sleep and play together. 3 3 3 3
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3 coming up... pope francis is wrapping up his trip to africa with a stop in a nation torn apart by fighting between christians and muslims. we'll show you the message of peace he's bringing to the central african repupuic
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3 most of the area is under a winter storm warning, as the snow moves into the area today through tuesday. expect to see mainly snow today and tomorrow, but some sleet may mix in with snow today in the early morning.the majority of the snow will fall today with temperatures near freezing, snow may be heavy at times. by tuesday winds will pick up and possibly cause blowing and drifting snow.at this time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of snow to be associated with this system in the sioux city metro area.cities near spencer could see snow accumulation in the double digits, while cites just southwest of f oux city could see less than n inches. dnesday will start a a clearing and warming trend with temperatures bouncing back into the mid to upper 30s by thursday. 3 3
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... did you take advantage of some sales this weekend? are you plalaing on participating in cyber
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3 cyber monday caps off a massive weekend for retailers... and consumer reports is showing us what we dread *most* about the holidays. mark albert is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 cyber monday could start the week off right for retailersrs an estimated 135-point-eight million consumers shopped this long holiday weekend... up from last year.///from black friday through cyber monday, shoppers are expected to spend 80 billion-dollars in stores and online.cars and electronics are expected to be the hottest big-ticket items... along with new "star wars" toys and other merchandise.///not all traders felt the force on wall street. ahead of the open this morning, the dow closed out a half-day session friday down nearly 15 points.the nasdaq ended higher, though, up eleven.///for some it's the most wonderful time of the year, but a new consumer reports poll reveals the anxieties that many americans have when it comes to the holiday season. 64 percent of those surveyed and long lines.
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35 percent grimaced at the thought of weight gain while 15 percent said disappointing presents top their list. /// that's your moneywatch. for more log on to cbs-moneywatch- dot-com. in new york, i'm mark albert. 3 pope francis is wrapping up his trip to africa with a stop in a nation t tn apart by fighting between christians and muslims... the central african republic. c - b - s news correspondent allen
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3 (pope arrival) nat sot bandvo: the welcoming ceremony was the most low key of his three nation africa tourbut francis wasted no time in setting out his most ambitious agenda. (pope speaking) nat sot italian vo: "i come"he said"as a pilgrim of peace and an apostle of mercy."(tracking shots s c along road)vo: the masses of people along his route from the airport may have cheered in adorationbut this is a place where danger lurks everywhere.(fighting footage)vo: the two year old civil war of moslems against christian has been violent in the extremeand torn the society apart.(un troops etc) vo: nine hundred french troops and three thousand un peacekeepers are hard-pressed trying to protect ordinary civiliansnever mind a prime target like the pope.o/c: the un troops have managed to cut down on crime and reduce the level of violencebut in a candid assessment of what pope francis is moving around intheir commander said bluntly'bangui is not securethat is a fact.'(pope in displaced persons camp)vo: francis spent time in a camp for several thousand of the nearly half a million people displaced by the fighting. (opening door)vo: in a gesture to underscore his call for peacefrarais opened a door in the main cathedralsym
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bolically beginning what the church calls a jubilee year of mercy year that officially begins on december 8.(mass)vo: he then held massand called for militiamen to lay down their arms.but his most dangerous gambit comes tomorrow when goes to a mosque in a moslem neighbourhood under siege by a christian militia.apcbs news, bangui 3 3 after the break on siouxland news at sunrise... a california architect might have lost his sight... but he hasn't lost his vision. we'll show you how he's drafting a *different* blueprint for success. 3
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3 most of the area is under a winter storm warning, as the snow moves into the area today through tuesesy. expepe to see mainly snow today and tomomoow, but some sleet may mix ininith snow today in the early morning.the majority of the snow will fall today with temperatures near freezing, snow may be heavy at times. by tuesday winds will pick up and possibly cause blowing and drifting snow.at this time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of snow to be associated with this system in the sioux city metro area.cities near spencer could see snow accumulation in the double digits, while cites just southwest of sioux city could see less than 6 inches. wednesday will start a clearing and warming trend with temperatures bouncing back into the mid to upper 30s by thursday. 3 successful architect chris downey lost his sight because of cancer... but he hasn't let it sideline his career. reporter john blackstone shows us how he adapted his work process so he can keep doing what he loves. 3 3 loves.doing what he so he can keep work process he adapted his blackstone reporter john his career. let it sideline but he hasn't cancer...
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successful 3 successful architect chris downey lost his sight because of cancer... but he hasn't let it sideline his career. reporter john blackstone shows us how he adapted his work process so he can keep work process he adapted his shows us how he adapted his work process so he can keep doing what he loves. 3 (nats tap tap) (track) chris downey is a (track) chris (nats tap tap) (track) chris downey is a man with a plan. (with blueprints) plenty of plans. (sot chris downey 144501) " a lot of people didn't know what to say. what do you say to an architect who has lost his sight?" (track) he had been a successful and respected california architect. but in 2008 , doctors found a tumor on his optic nerve. they successfully removed it... but it caused permanent blindness... and for downey... some soul searching. (sot chris downey 152419) "i had a dad who died from brain surgery. he was 36 and i was seven. there i was 45 and my son was 10, and i was alive, i
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just st my sight. that almost felt trivial." (track) so he felt determined to carry on.. we first met downey nearly five years ago, after he finished his rst project (sketch) for the department of veterans affairs. (sot) 10855 blackstone: in your mind you can still see? cd: oh yeah, oh yeah.//10836 the creative process, that way of working was very much intact. what i needed was new tools. (track) those new tools which has served him well these past few years ininude embossss building plans - a kind of braille blueprint - and wax sticks that he bends and manipulates to "sketch". (sot 13411) i really have a greater sense of what it's like to be in the space reading a drawing this way than i did sighted. (john) because your fingers are actually going thru that hall? cd: right, yes.** (track) downey has gone on to design several structures that capture the eye.... and much more. (sot chris s downey 150610) "what t ve learned through this is that (02) // (150620) "it's how a place feels, how it sounds // (150634) you don't do that just through the visualyet that's what we as architects tend to focus on. so i actually tend to think now i
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am a better, more equipped architect than i was sighted." (track) his latest project is the san francisco headquarters of the lighthouse for the blind.(sot david fairclough- construction foreman- lighthouse for the blind project 142014) "he really knows the job. i think he knows it better than i do!" (smiles) (03) (track) david fairclough (fair'-cloff) is the project superintendent.... who recently gave downey a tour ,,,,,(nat chris with david 140735) "so have you started sheetrocking yet?" (track) ....carefully navigating past wires and other hazards. (loud nat- sparks from welder's torch- 141310)(nat david with chris 140429) "we are in the process of putting in our new w ams to frame out the stairwelelso we can cut the above slab..." " (chris raises upuphis cane) "that one overhead?" (taps) (david) "and you just hit the new beam." (10)(sot david fairclough- construction foreman- lighthouse for the blind project 142311) "it's amazing." // (142033) "he was telling me, 'i know where we are, that's the wood ceiling right there. that's really unique!" (09) (sot 20955 chris-- covered) it's so easy to think about the things you can't do, and it's much more rewarding to think about the things you can do.** (sot chris downey 150725 on cam) "i'm an architect without sight, not an architect without vision. an architect without vision is out of work!" (track) downey is not only working... he's thriving. and the reputation he's building... is a sight to behold. john blackstone, cbs news, san francisco. 3
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3 still to come this morning... president obama joins more than 100 world leaders in paris today for what could be historic climate talks. we'll show you why hundreds of climate protestors were arrested yesterday. you're
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sunrise.3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...i'm jacob us.morning with starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat
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3 this morning... president obama is in paris taking part in a u - n climate conference. the long - planned summit comes just two weeks after terrorists killed 130 people in the city. as c - b - s news correspondent don champion shows us... security is at an all-time high. 3 (pkg) (mon0039 :28 aptn video monday security) with heavily armed officers standing guard, paris is lockdown this morning. president obama... (pool / host tv vo arrival pipe 2 327amet) along with 146 world leaders are in town for a un climate conference.(nats pool/aptn) nat cameras after landing in the city sunday night, president obama's first stop was the bataclan theater, the site of the worst bloodshed during the terror attacks two weeks ago. joined by the french president and mayor of paris, the president laid a flower and bowed his head.(sot aptn sun0054 :04) nat clash with police riot police have been deployed in massive numbers. more than 300 people were detained by authorities after police fired tear gas at protesters throwing bottles.... angry about the government's ban on demonstrations during the long-planned conference. in the wake of the terror attacks, the summit itself poses an enormous security challenge. bruce tully protecting dignitaries around the world.(sot sun0095 bruce tully/security expert (enthusiast) (1:06) "this is the highest threat environment that i've ever seen. so much
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going on not just with isis other terrorist groups and protestors this is an incredibly c cdible, critical threat time fofous to be involved in" (-:20) (sat0056) 0,000 police and armrm personnel are stationed throughout the country. (sun0095 :53) security is such a concern president obama is staying at the heavily guarded u-s ambassador's residence instead of a hotel. don champion, cbs news. 3 3 early numbers show thanksgiving holiday shopping sales were off to a good start.were off to a shopping sales 3 3 cbs news. don champion, cbs
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3 as part of the beefed up security... almost 1000 people thought to pose a security risk have been blocked from going into france. 3 early numbers show thanksgivivi holiday shopping sales were off to a od start.sales tracker (uh - doe - bee) adobe estimates more than one billion dollars was spent online thursday. up 22 percent from last thanksgiving. (uh - doe - bee) adobe says more than a quarter of those sales came from mobile devices. another firm... channel - advisor... says sales at amazon were up 30 percent from a year ago as of middayay thanksgiving day. a number of stores also opened their doors on thanksgiving for holiday shoppers... like target... walmart... and kohl's. 3 3 and kohl's. 3 saturday was small business saturday... an annual event started six years ago as an alternative to black friday and cyber monday. here in sioux city quite a few local shops were part of this.some people call it "the day we all shop small."
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small business saturday is a nationally reregnized nationally recognized day encouraging communities to support local businesses. quite a few stores in sioux city were showing off a variety of special deals for the holiday season. 3 "small business saturday is that wonderful day to celebrate the brick and mortar stores, the independents like ours, that really help ke oururcountry great. 50 p pcent of the retail that's done in this country is done by small businesses." 3 downtown partners was encouraging folks to stop by local businesses and by local folks to stop encouraging partners was downtown downtown partners was encouraging folks to stop by local businesses and to help support the shops unique. 3 "my belief why we're popular and most people shop here, because we are the only few stores that actually have variety. each store carries a one of a kind item." 3 a lot of store owners say they hope people will shop small more than ju one day in the year. 3 an e - coli outbreak across the country has left five
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people in the hospital... two people have had kidney failure.the source of this e - coli outbreak was traced to taylor farms in tracy california. the bacteria was found by montana's department of health after it tested a celery and onion diced blend found inside costco's rotisserie chicken salad. dozens of oducts containing celery were contaminated with bacteria. shopper)"it was the same thing at raley's and that's serious. they need to keep an eye on that."(sot - silvia arrevondo, costco shopper)"we're not going to buy it anymore. we want to be around for a few more years."3 the products have been pulled from shelves at a lot of the big retail stores like walmart and target. taylor farms says customers should throw those items out. 3 and police say one man's attempt to get himself a five - finger discount has landed him behind bars. investigators say this man wasn't just shoving merchandise into his winr
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coat. reporter kevin lewis shows us how the scheme was supposed to work. 3 could you stuff 11-thousand- dollars worth of costco products in one cardboard box? "looks like a lot of hard drivers, speakers.""wow! i mean i'm stunned." police say 38-year-old lamont witherspoon of dc did. just. that. "never heard of box-stuffing, but that's like another level i guess of stealing, that's crazy." witherspoon entered the wheaton costco --- where he grabbed a box holding a child's car seat. he then emptied the box --- and then went shoppppg --- stocking it with items like speakers --- computer hard drives --- and digital cameras.s.e then went so far as placing pillows in the box to muffle thsound of the stolen items inside. and the costco cashier was none-the-wiser. "and the total value of $11,093& oh my gosh that's somebody's wage and then some." when costco managers found the abandoned car seat, they reviewed store security video and called police. pawn records showed witherspoon sold much of his loot at best pawn in silver spring. "wow that's amazing, that's strategic." witherspoon had been living in this northwest recovery home. we've concealed the identity of the man who answered the front door. "he no longer lives here. how do you know lamont? he resided here, but no longer lives here." instead --- witherspoon is spending his thanksgiving at the montgomery county lock-up --- facing a felony theft charge. his alleged box-stuffing trickck-- foilil just before black friday. in wheaton --- i'm 3 miners have 3 - abc 7 news.i'm kevin lewis -- in wheaton --- blblk friday. in wheaton --- i'm k kin lewis
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--- abc 7 news.3 i'm kevin lewis -- in wheaton --- i'm kevin lewis --- abc 7 news. 3 miners have found what could be the diamond of the century.this glittery roro is..... in fact... a diamond. it's the biggest diamond found in the last 100
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years. it was dug up in the southern african nation of botswana. the rock is so huge... the canadian mining company that found it can't even put a value on it.that's because the rock is too big for computer analysis. some analysts think the 11 - hundred plus carat gem is worth about 66 million - dollars. jewelers will have to rely on their knowledge and eye to come up with a value for this stone. 3 3 3 3 help build for america's bravest.we'll tell you what this special event is all about...next...in "talk of the town."
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3 3 3 3 what is building for america's bravest all about?rachael
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the town to tell us the answer. 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 3 3 what started with a board game and a family trip became so
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we'll have the story of twin boys... and their world war two veteran best friend. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise.
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3 good morning, (norfolk)... it's (33 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (square tire) camera. 3 you can call it an unlikely friendship... and it added another chapter when a pair of young brothers met back up with a world war two veteran who served on a battleship those boys have become enamored with. reporter steve hartman takes us "on the
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road" with this story. 3 it all began here in raleigh, north carolina with a flurry of plastic bombshells. nat playing battleshipa few years ago, 11 year old twins -- carter and jack hanson-- got really into the game battleship. that got them interested and naval warfare in general which eventually led to a family vacation to see the yorktown - a retired aircraft cacaier in charleston, south carolina. bite carter "my mind was just blown - like blew (explosion sound)!"the kids say the yorktown changed their lives. bite carter "i just realized how amazing history can be." and it was about to get even better. on that same trip the boys learned about a world war 2 vet named robert harding who actually served on yorktown. they got his email address, started corresponding daily, and became really enamored.the boys keep his pipiure by their beds and if you ever go to the yorktown with them, as we did, they'll chew your ear off about mr. harding and what he did onboard as plane handler. nat jack "when the plane is ready to launch he would go unstrap this and the plane would go flying that direction."the folks who run the yorktown say a lot of kids love the ship, but no kid has
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ever fallen for a sailor who served here -- like these two boys have fallen for mr. harding. which is why, for this trip, the yorktown made special arrangements --for a surprise visitor.nat greeting "jack: mr. harding?! mr. harding: that's right."hugging an old salt never felt so sweet.nat kids hugging mr. hardingit was hard to tell who enjoyed it more -- or who needed it more. bite mr. harding "i guess i needed someboy to talk to about it. it's surprising the way it worked out."since we first told this story in april, mr. harding and the boys have stayed in touch -- and last month got together again at the yorktownnat jack hugging mr. harding "long time, no see."this time for r an entire weekend.d.nat kids in sleeping quarters "so is this where we're sleeping?"the boys spent the night *on the ship* - and even better, they got to attend a reunion *full* of sailors who served on the yorktown -- sailors who gave jack and carter certificates naming them honorary members of the yorktown crew.nat jack to crowd "this is going in my room!"carter bite "i don't even know what to say, this was just awesome! i mean -- an official member of f yorktoto - it's'sbeen my dream!"whoever id histsty is irrelevant - obviously never fell in love with it.bite carter "we don't know about how we've changed his life, but we know that he
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obviously changed ours."steve hartman, on the road, in charleston, south carolina. 3 3 most of the area is under a winter storm warning, as the snow moves into the area today through tuesday. expect to see mainly snow today and tomorrow, but some sleet may mix in w wh snow today in the early morning.the majajity of the snow will fall today with temperatures near freezing, snow may be heavy at times. by tuesday wivds will pick up and possibly cause blowing and drifting snow.at this time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of are expecting 6 at this time, we snow.and drifting cause blowing up and possibly winds times. snow may be near freezing, temperatures with fall today the snow will the majority of morning.the early snow today in mix in with some sleet may tomorrow, but today and mainly snow expect to see tuesday. through area today moves into the the snow warning, as winter storm area is under a most of the 3
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3 3 most of the area is under a 3 winter storm warning, as the through tuesday. expect to see mainly snow today and mix in with snow today in the early morning.the majority of temperatures near freezing, snow may be heavy at times. by possibly cause blowing and drifting snow.at this time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of this system in the sioux city metro area.cities near spencer could see snow accumulation inin just sououwest of sioux city could see less than 6 inches. clearing and warming trend with temperatures bouncing
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise time for a trip 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...a popular holiday tradition is back in northeast ohio. it's the life - size candyland - type game at penitentiary glen nature center near cleveland. the "wild days of winter" is played just like the board game... but with a "natural twist." 3 on the life - size game board... visitors discover the many flavors that nature gives us as they pay along and travel through the seasons in an indoor wonderland. players draw a card... move from space to space... and explore nature through the
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enjoy some crafts... and activity pages and scavenger hunts. 3 3 coming up this morning... donald trump is at the center of another controversy right now. we'll show you how an *impression* has him in hot water.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.keep it right here on siouxland news at
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3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 president obama joins more than one hundred world leaders in parisoday... for what could be historic climate talks. on the night before the summit... the president visited the bataclan concert hall where a majority of the victims in the paris terror attacks were killed. earlier in the day... hundreds of climate activists were arrested for defying a government ban on public demonstratatns put into place after the
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attacks.the accused shooter in the attack on that planned parenthood in colorado is expected to appear in court... by video. police say after he was arrested robert lewis dear said 'no more baby parts.' the attack left three people dead and nine hurt.and... a grand jury will keep on hearing evidence today to try and cide whether or not to (in - ght) ininct police after the death of tamir rice. the 12 - year - old was carrying a pellet gun last year when he was shot and killed by a police officer in cleveland. the jury is expected to hear from rice's family today and review enhanced video of the shooting released by prosecutors over the weekend. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dototom all day at work and home e for thth 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".
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3 good morning 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 cat taylor. 3 most of the area is under a winter storm area is under a most of the 3 most of the area is under a winter storm warning, as the snow moves into the area today through tuesday. expect to see mainly snow today and tomorrow, but some sleet may mix in with snow today in the early morning.the majority of the snow will fall today with temperaturur near freezing, 3
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3 g - o - p frontrunner donald trump finds himself at the center of a big controversy again... after it looks like he was impersonating a reporter's disability. now... people are questioning whether he's telling the truth after he says he never even *met* that reporter. here's c - b - s
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cordes.3 3 3 3 trump talked to his fans at a campaign rally this weekend... talking even more about the former washington post reporter... (sir - jay) serge (ko - va - l l- ski) valeski. 3
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that i'm telling you. i would never never do it. i don't care if i like the person or didn't and i don't know this person so now this person who's going around saying i did know him. that he reported on me in the 1980s and all of that stuff."and all of that me in the 1980s he e ported on 3 know him. that saying i did going around saying i did know him. that he reported on me in the 1980s and all of that stuff." (ko - vuh - less - key) kovaleski... that reporter... suffers from a chronic muscular disease that limits his arm movement. 3 repupuican presidential candidate senator rick santorum rounded out a weekend campaign trip with a stop in greenville south carolina yesterday morning.he shook hands at "stax omega diner" onorchard park drive"... asking for votes and the chance to better explain his stance on national security. he calls the terror attacks in paris a game changer in this presidential race... which he says keeps him in the race... even with low polling numbers. 3 "i can tell you isis months
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magazine, that i am an emeny of isis no other presidential candidate has been listed an emeny of isis. they know who i am and i know who they are. i know how to defeat them and i will defeat them if you give me the oppurtunity."this is the second time the former pennsylvania nator has run fofothe white housus.. his first campaign was in 20 - 12. 3 folks who support bernie sanders came together yesterday in sioux city... at the corner of south lakeport street and sergeant road.marches and rallies like this happened all over the world yesterday to demand action on climate change. during this politcal season... bernie sanders has made climate change an issue... making himself a symbol in *favor* of climate action.. 3 "bernie is famous for his grassroots campaigning. he's showink that real people care about real issues, and that's why we're out here, to show everybody, hey we're real people and we care about this very real issue."the people who were rallying hope to spread the message that the worldwide population should be more
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3 president barack obama is joining quite a few world leaders at the 20 - 15 paris climate conference. 3 more than 190 nations will be attending the major u - n summit... as they focus on climate change issues. president obama will be joined by leaders like vladmir putin... (she) xi jinping... and the prince of wales. 3 president obamampaid his rereects at the site ofofhis month's extremist attack in paris. he vistied the bataclan concert hall just after getting into paris for monday's climate change conference. he was joined by french president francois hollande... and mayor of paris anne hidalgo. a total of 130 people died... and hundreds were hurt in the attacks on the bataclan concert hall... bars and restaurants... and the national stadium. 3 so... american values versus national security. which is more important?
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that's the question a lot of people are asking after the paris attacks... and some renewed threats from terror groups like isis. national correspondent krisisne frazao takes a lookokt america's dark history in times of fear and uncertainty.
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trump "we 3 3 the fight over the relocation of syrian refugees is going on in congress right now. the house - passed bill the house - passed bill calling for stricter vetting heads to the senate this week. senate democrats are vowing to block that bill from reaching the floor. president obama has also threatened to veto the measure if it reaches his desk. 3 a large chunk of debris from a crashed space - x rocket has been found... more than four - thousand miles from its launch site!these pictures from the u - k coast guard show the metal shell seen floating near the isles of (skill - ee) scilly... southwest of great britain. a merchant ship captain first spotted the debris thursday... he says he thought it was a dead whale because it was surrounded by seagulls. it turns out they were feeding on the barnacles growing all over the panel. once the barnacles were removed... the ship's crew was startled to see a united
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"falcon 9" and the logo "falcon 9" painted on the side!british officials say the debris is momo likely from an unmannnnd spspe - x launch that blew up shortly after takeoff back in june. the rockets launch from cape canaveral in florida. authorities in the u - k are working with space - x to return the ruined rocket parts. 3 3 3 3 the national museum of american history and culture plans to open its doors on the national mall in washington next year... but the museum's structure proved to be a fine canvas for it's first exhibit. we'll show get ready to open. 3
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3 3 most of the area is under a winter storm warning, as the snow moves into the area today through tuesday. expect to see mainly snow today and tomorrow, but some sleet may mix in with snow today in the early morning.the majority of the snow will fall today with temperatures near freezing, snow may be heavy at times. by tuesday winds will pick up and possibly cause blowing and drifting snow.at this time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of snow to be associated with this system in the sioux city metro area.cities near spencer could see snow accumulation in the double digits, while cites just southwest of sioux city could see less than 6 inches. wednesday will start a clring and warming trend with temperatures bouncing
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3 e national museum o oafrican american story and culture plans to open its doors on the mall in washington next year. but the museum's *first* exhibit is already on display. reporter jan crawford shows us a celebration of milestones in african american history. 3 ctm script: (nats: music with traffic going by) the building on the national mall may not be ready for visitors - but it proved a f fe canvas for the firsrsexhibition at the national museum of african american history and culture. (nats: exhibit) (sot: lonnie bunch 202430) "we felt that history couldn't wait // its important that this museum contribute today." lonnie bunch is the museum director. (202012 sot: lonnie bunch, director, the national museum of african american history and culture) "all of us regardless of race are shaped in profound ways by the african american experience. // (202320) so our goal is to tell a rich and complicated history of america." (nats: music / film) the live event as exhibition included a musical performance and film "to commemorate and celebrate freedom." 150 years of the african american experience reaching five stories high. (nats: film) documentary filmmaker stanley nelson produced the display with his wife marcia smith. (203721) "i think the message is hopefully inspiring that african american history is all of our history, but that its an inspiring history. its a history that has ups and a
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history that has downs but when you take it all together it tells an incredible story of a american people." (nats: jan with curators font: ) "each of these boxes has a story." the museum had already collected more than 30,000 pieces when we visited curators in a warehouse last year. (dc feed 132135 nats) "so this will go into a sports exhibit..." (vo: medals 135400, tuskegee jacket 135930, plane from producer folder) there are gold medals from olympian carl lewis, the jacket of a tuskagee airman and even a plane the group used for training ahead of world war two. (nats: plane noise) triumphs will be celebrated here and a nation's dark past will be remembered. (nats with curator) "looking at those photographs reminds us about that struggle and that a lot people were involved ." (vo: still photo of shackles, vo of train 1455530, images of train compartment) there are war, and a rail car used nearly a hundred years later to segregate white and black passengers. but not every collection has a focus on the past. because history (nat baltimore protests) is happening now. (nats: baltimore riots) museum curators were in baltimore to document this year's riots following the death of freddy gray while in police custody. (nats: charleston: obama sing) "amazing grace...")they were in charleston too. after a beloved pastor and his bible study group - all african americans - were murdered in thr house of worship.
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(202110 sot: lonnie) "part of the goa of the musuem is to be as much about today and tomorrow as it is yesterday. " (vo: film clip black lives matter) the film concludes with images of the black lives matter movement; a timely effort by the museum to become a relevant voice of the african american experience before the building officially opens to the public.(202454) "our goal is really to make sure that this museum is of value, not just the value of traditional ways of collecting stuff and preserving, but also by being a value to help people have the tools to live their lives today."
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3 michael fassbender takes on an iconic scottish king. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break. 3
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3 most of the 3 most of the area is under a winter storm warning, as the snow moves into the area today through tuesday. expect to see mainly snow today and tomorrow, but some sleet may mix in with snow today in the early morning.the majority of the snow will fall today with temperatures near freezing, snow may be heavy at times. winds will pick cause blowing and drifting snow.at this time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of snow to be associated with this system in the sioux city metro area. cities near spencer could see snow accumulation in the double digits, while cites just southwest of sioux city could see less than 6 inches. wednesday will start a clearing and warming trend with temperatures bouncing
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3 michael fassbender takes on an iconic scottish king... and a battle for top dollar at the holiday weekend box office. suzanne marques has those stories and more in today's eye on entertainment. 3 (nat "the huhuer games: mockingjay part 2"/lionsgate films)(narr:)moviegoers put their money on katniss everdeen...."the hunger games: mockingjay part two" dominated the holiday weekend box office.... with nearly 76 million in ticket sales. (nat "good dinosaur"/ walt disney studios)pixar's good dinosaur hauled in 55.6 million (nats- "creed"/warner bros.)and "creed" rounded out the third spot with 42.6 million. ------------------------ ----------------------- ---------------------- (nat "zoolanderer2"/paramount pictures)(narr:) "zoolander 2"
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has already broken a record - bnd it's not even in theaters yet.the trailer had re than 52 million views in its first week - the most ever for a comedy trailer.ben stiller directs and stars in the sequel.. along with owen wilson, will ferrell and penelope cruz. it opens in february. ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------------- (nat "macbeth"/the weinstein company)(narr:) the scottish play hits the big screen friday... in a new movie adaptation of "macbeth." michael fassbender takes on the classic title role, playing shakespeare's ambitious soldier-king. fassbender says they tried to create a realili the audience can feel: ((sot michael fassbender/actor))"the idea that y y have battles that g g on for s s, seven hours, and then you hunker down with a wet blanket around you, and the dampness and the bones - and just sort of the visceral experience of it really." ((vo))the movie uses only shakespeare'text.the actors had two weeks of rehearsal before filming.and that's your eye on entertainme. suzanne
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebobo this morning... did you take advantage ofofsome saleseshis weekend? are you anning on participating in cyber monday?
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3 still to come this morning... there's pressure on the boy scouts now. we'll meet a group of girls who want to be full membersit's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.yourureather and
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siouxland news a a a3 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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3 most of the area is under a winter storm warning, as the snow moves into the area today through tuesday. expect to see mainly snow today and tomorrow, but some sleet may mix in with snow today in the early morning.the majority of the snow will fall today with temperatures near freezing, snow may be heavy at times. by tuesday winds will pick up and possibly cauau blowing and drifting snow.atathis time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of snow to be associated with this system in the sioux city metro area.cities near spencer could see snow accumulation in the double digits, while cites just southwest of sioux city could see less than 6 inches. wednesday will start a clearing and warming trend with temperatures bouncing back into the mid to upper 30s by thursday. 3 3 ere's new pressure o othe boy scouts of america. a group of young people is
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asking its local chapter to let *girls* in as *full* members. the push comes members. the push comes four months after the boy scts made history by allowing gay adults to become leaders. c - b - s news correspondent (me - uh - re - uh) mireya (vee - uh - ree - all) villarreal is in northern california to talk with the girls... who say they *aren't* letting setbacks stop their campaigngn 3 ctm script:(nats girls building campfire)(track)they call their group "the unicorns." these six are teaching themselves how to build a campfire because, they say, it's the sort of thing they didn't learn in the girl scouts.(sot ella jacobs @ 17:48:11) "i got jealous of what my brother got to do because he's a boy scout ..." (track)10 year old ella jacobs and her friend allie westover decided they were more interested in what the boys last fall they started participating in activities alongside a local boy scout troop.(sot allie westover @ 17:49:19) "i really like competitions and i really enjoy competitive nature and also working in teams and so being in boy scouts gave me the opportunity to work with boys and girls alike in a competitive nature"(nats girls lashing)(track)they got so good at competing with the boys, this past spriri they won second place in a major scouting with other boy scout groups.(sot mireya @ 17:50:59) "do you think that maybe was hard for some of the boys to take?"(sot ella jacobs) "yes // (17:51:10) i think they were all a little surprised that we could do the same things that they could"(track) news of the girls' participation reached the local boy scout council, which last month, barred them from further scouting activities. (sot ella @ 17:55:14) "they're just being discriminatory and not nice."(sot mireya) "that's a big word: discriminatory! what makes you think that?" (sot ella) "because we're girls, they're saying because we're a different gender we shouldn't be allowed to do the same things boys can"(sot
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mireya) "how does it make you feel?"(sot ella) "kind of sad, mad .."(track)ella's mom danelle, herself a boy and girl scout leader, helped the girls formallylypply to become boy scouts. lala week, they were rejected.(sot danelle cobs @ 18:48:35) "i don't think that having girls join and having a co-ed program necessarily destroys that tradition ..."(track) (take grfx from 1:51-2:06)in a statement, the boy scouts of america tells cbs this morning "we understand that the values and the lessons of scouting are attractive to the entire family. however, cub scouts and boy scouts are year-round programs for boys and young men ..." (end grfx)(nats girls in backyard)(track)the girls claim the local scout council is breaking its own policy that bars discrimination based on gender, yet the federal title nine law that prohibits such prejudice contains a specific exemption for the boy scouts.(sot mireya @ 18:07:17) "the boy scouts have such a long-standing tradition, this is hard for people ..."(sot allie) "it's u uerstandable because they've bebe this way for 100 years .."(sosoella) "but i think they shouldldt least t y to accept some change ..."(sot allie) "yeah, change is good."(track)for cbs this morning, mireya
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3 early numbers show thanksgiving holiday shopping sales were off to a good start.sales tracker (uh - doe - bee) adobe estimates more than one billion dollars was spent online thursday. up 22 percent from last thanksgiving. (uh - doe - bee) adobe says more than a quarter of those sales came from mobile devices. another firm... channel - advisor... says sales at amazon were up 30 percent from a year ago as of midday thanksgiving day. a number of stores also opened their doors on thanksgiving for holiday shoppers... like target... walmart... macy's... best buy... and kohl's. 3 saturday was small business saturday... an annual event started six years ago as an alternative to black friday and cyber monday. here in sioux city quite a few local shops were part of this.some people call it "the day we all shop small." small business saturday is a nationally recognized day encouraging communities to support local businesses.
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quite e few ststes in sioux city were showing off a variety of special deals for the holiday season. 3 "small business saturday is that wonderful day to celebrate the brick and mortar stores, the independents like ours, that really help make our country great. 50 percent of the retail that's done in this country is done by small businesses." 3 downtown partners was downtown partners was encouraging folks to stop by local businesses and to help support the shops that make our community unique. 3 "my belief why we're popular and most people shop here, because we are the only few stores that actually have variety. each store carries a one of a kind item." 3 a lot of store owners say they hope people will shop small more than just one day in the year. 3 an e - coli outbreak across the country s left five people in the hospital... two people have had kidney failure.the source of this e - coli outbreak was traced to taylor farms in tracy
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california. the bacteria was found by montana's department of health after it tested a celery and onion diced blend found inside costco's rotisserie chicken salad. dozens of products containing celery were contaminated with bacteria. 3 (sot - fred coleman, costco shopper)"it was the same thing at raley's and that's serious. they need to keep an eye on that."(sot - silvia arrevondo, costco shopper)"we're not going to buy it anymore. we want to be around for a few more years." years."3 the products have been pulled from shelves at a lot of the big retail stores like walmart and target. taylor farms says customers should throw those items out. 3 lindsey vonn is back in her home state of colorado to compete in the nature valley aspen winter - national. the world's most decorated skier is returning to the tour after dealing with yet another injury... and the breakup of her relationship with golfer tiger woods. reporter christina macfarlane caught up with vonn in her home town of vail.
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3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- when it comes to pizza, lindsey vonn knows the best place in town.the local hero has been a regular here since her early skiing days... (lindsey vonn/alpine ski racer) "i probably ate here like three to four times a week. this was 3 3 3 3 cnn coloradomacfarlane
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3 3 a new device is changing the way doctors treat patients with congestive heart failure. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you how it works. 3
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3 3 most of the area is under a winter storm warning, as the snow moves into the area today through tuesday. expect to see mainly snow today and tomorrow, but some sleet may mix in with snow today in the early morning.the majority of the snow will fall today with temperatures near freezing,
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snow may be heavy at times. by tuesday winds will pick up and possibly cause blowing and drifting snow.at this time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of snow to be assococted with this system in the sioux city metro area.cities neararpencer could see snow accumulation digits, while southwest of sioux city could see less than 6 inches. wednesday will start a clearing and warming trend with temperatures bouncing
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3 3 doctors in california say obese people who lose a considerable amount of weight may avoid knee problems. a study of more than 500 overweight patients found significant weight loss helped protect joint cartilage. the more pounds lost... the bigger the benefit. 3 3 researchers in china report children deprived of direct parental care may suffer from delayed brain development. doctors say children left in relatives' care during a long parental absence can tissue changes that can and thought processes. 3 3 and bringing a sick child home from the hospital can the family... affecting the child's recovery and long term health. researchers at cincinnati children's hospital say the emotional toll on families can lead to mental exhaustion after a sick 3 3
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3 3 3 an american photgrapher has been capturing life in cuba
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for more than 20 years. we'll show you how the thaw in relations is giving him plenty
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3 good morning, (yankton)... it's (28 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (lewis & clark specialty hospital) camera. 3 a well - known american photographer has been capturing life in cuba for more than 20 years. and now he's getting to see the country change. reporter patrick oppmann reports from havana. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- (peter turnley/photographer) "when i make a photograph i am not trying to knock and someone over the head and tell them what to think. i want to offer them the chance to feel what i felt."peter turnley hunts for an iconic image to ke in the broken down neighborhood of centro habana. (nats)one of the world's best known living photojournalists,
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turnley as of late has turned his lens on cuba.(peter turnley/photographer)"one of the things that is a reality of our world today is that with globalization so often wherever we go things all ok the e me t one of the beautiful things about t cuba is thth's not the e se."(nats) turnley happens upon cuban sekior citizens exercising in a vacant lot and goes to work....while dancing with his new friends.(nats)its a spontaneous, joyous moment... the kind that keeps bringing turnley back to the island. (nats)(peter turnley/y/otog rapher)"for me this is a beauauful lesson of life and its the way i would like to live my life."turnley's life for decades was centered on capturing the image that made far ranging and complex 3 conflicts understandable on a human level.from the fall of the soviet union to the gulf war to the end of apartheid in south afriri, turnley was there.but during a 1989 visit
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cuba bug.(peter turnley/photog rapher)"i had a sense that change was underfoot so i have made twenty trips here in the last four years so for me this sense of change has been going for quite a while. i am grateful that i have a sense that my timing was right and that i was part of this moment of change."turnley has released his book of his cuba photographs and in november inaugurated an exhibit of his work in havana's premier art museum.its kind for an american photographer --museum officials say-- since the cuban revolution.(natat(niurka fanego alalnso/cuban museum curator)"he goes to the essence of the human drama, the daily life in cuba and with his photos he makes a portrait a landscape that is very human, respectful and sensitive of the cuban reality."(nats)as the thaw in relations continues between cuba and the us, turnley says he will continue to capture
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turnley/photographer)"cuba is one of the places that i have been where every time i leave, i have the sense of being offered a really beautiful lesson in life. i think what is transcendental about cuba in this moment of change is the spirit of the cuban people. i actually only hope cuba as cubans have been to 3 3 most of the area is under a winter storm warning, as the snow moves into the area today through tuesday. expect to see mainly snow today and tomorrow, but some sleet may mix in with snow today in the early morning.e majority of the snsn will fafa today with temperatures near f fezing, ow may be heavy at times. by esday winds will pick up and possibly cause blowing and drifting snow.at this time, we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of snow to be associated with this system in the sioux city metro area.cities near spencer could see snow accumulation in the double digits, while cites just southwest of sioux city could see less than 6 inches. wednesday will start a clearing and warming trend
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with temperatures bouncing back into the mid to upper 30s by thursday. and weather to go coming up after the break...you're
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3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (downtown sioux city) on the (j - c roofing and insulating) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 3 here's a look 3 at your news to go ... 3 3 president obama joins more than one hundred world leaders
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could be historic climate talks. on the night before the summit... the president visited the bataclan concert hall where a majority of the victims in the paris terror attacks were killed. earlier in the day... hundreds of climate activists were arrested for defying a government ban on public demonstrations put into place after the attacks.the accused shooter in the attack on that planned parenthood in colorado is expected to appear in court... by video. police say after he was arrested robert lewis dear said 'no more baby parts.' the attack left three people dead and nine hurt. 3 and be sure to check out siouxlqnd ne dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports.
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