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. "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 3 winter weather made for a messy drive most of the day yesterday across siouxland... and the rest of the middle of the country.friends and family gathered to say goodbye to a siouxland athlete. 3 and could our nation's military cyber networks be on the verge of a cyber attack?good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob
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taylor.3 thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning. 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies th a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and into the weekend will see a warm up and 3 3 3 3 3 3 sunny skies.warm up and 3 sunny skies. 3 3 3 a cleveland grand jury decided *not* to bring criminal
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officers a year after they shot and killed a 12 - year - old playing with a toy gun. as reporter demarco morgan shows us... prosecutors say evidence did *not* show criminal conduct by the police officers who shot at tamir rice. 3 (sot timothy j. mcginty 14:06:22)simply put, given this perfect storm of human error, mistakes and miscommunications by all involved that day the evidence did not indicate criminal conduct by police. (track over video we've been using) cuyahoga (kye-ya-ho-ga) county prosecutor tim mcginty said this enhanced video shows 12 year old tamir rice was pulling a pellet gun out of his wasteband just before he was shot. 14:07:11 either intended to hand it over, or show them that it wasn't a real gun. but there was no way for the officers to know them - they saw the events unfold in front of them from a very different perspective.
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radio dispactcher was also to blame for not telling the officers that the gun may have been fake and that the suspect may have been underage. that information came in on a 911 call. (from dean's june 13 pkg) "he's probably a juvenile you know. he's pulling it in and out of his pants and i don't know if its real or not (audio gfx 14:33:01) its probably fake, but you know what its scaring the shit out of me (**bleep out the "shit") but the radio dispatcher told the officers this: (radio dispatch audio 14:36:32)in the park by the youth center there's a black male sitting on the swings. keeps pulling out a gun and pointing at ppl officer loehmann shot rice within 2 seconds of pulling up to the scene with his training officer, frank garmback.matt meyer, the county's public corruption unit chief, said officers are trained to shoot quickly when they believe a open fire. (sot 14:41:33 his decision to enter quckly would have been exactly what we expect an do had the gun been real// had they known the person was a child and gun was a toy they would have certainly use diff tactics******** walter madison
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devastated - they cant seem to put their finger on it. there is was an expectcation - but theres nothing like knowing. they have to live with that. ((live tag) the family of tamir rice complained that the officers were allowed to give statements to the grand jury but were not asked questions...something they claim would never happen if a civilian were accused. the officers are still under 3 restricted duty 3 people in the northeast are finally seeing their first snowstorm of the season. part of the deadly winter storm that's already brought severe weather to the south and the midwest. c - b - s news correspondent don champion has the latest from new york. 3 snow and freezing rain swept through parts of the northeast overnight...as a major winter storm system marches across the country. -nats-ahead of the storm - crews in pennsylvania rushed to treat roadways with salt.... -nats- ...while people in parts of massachusetts flocked to hardware stores for shovels and supplies.last winter parts of the state saw more than 10 feet of snow.(sot steve labrie/ store owner) i had people here at 8 o clock in the morning as the doors open.
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friday ish-nat/sot-winter has arrived in chicagothe messy storm system took aim at the nation's midsection monday...covering several states in snow, rain and slush: (sot chris jones/ il resident) it's been really hard. it's been a while since we had the snownearly an inch of ice was left behind on some roadways in oklahoma...where power and heat were knocked out to thousands:(sot brittney arredondo/ ok resident) ive got three little ones and my grandma whose elderly so we're trying to do the best we canin some places like missouri, authorities are now monitoring river levels...following torrential rainfall.(sot jeff graschel/ hydrologist) if we reach the values that we're looking at for this event they will be record levels for the time of yearin north carolina, crews are assessing damage from a possible tornado.don champion cbs news new york. 3 at least 43 people have died in the last few days because of the weather. the storm system is expected to finally move out to sea tonight. 3 yesterday's snowstorm meant a busy day for snowplows in siouxland. 3 the iowa department of
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as soon the snow started to fall... crews say patience is important when driving in winter weather... especially if you come across a plow. 3 "the biggest thing is just take their time and give us some room, know that we're going alot slower than the traveling public and just keep an eye for our lights and give us some space." space."give us some space."as many as 500 d - o - t operated plows and salt trucks were on the roads as of yesterday. for the latest road conditions... check the 5 - 1 - 1 website for each siouxland state before you start your trip. 3 and that storm system stretching from texas to michigan is making travel difficult all across the country.one of the hardest hit areas is chicago's o'hare airport... one of the nation's busiest. almost 500 flights were cancelled out of that airport alone... with hundreds more delayed. those include both flights to and from sioux city's sioux gateway airport. chicago's midway airport had cancelled about 60 flights by mid -
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storms in texas are also causing travel troubles out of houston and dallas - fort worth... and airlines are still trying to catch passengers up from those cancellations and delays. 3 yesterday's snowstorm is an excellent reminder that there are still kids in siouxland in need of a warm winter coat this year.you can help by donating to siouxland news' annual coats for kids drive. we're in the final stretch of this year's campaign... we want to end strong. if you have a gently - used winter coat going in your closet that you're not using... donate it! you can find a list of donation locations online at siouxland news dot com. and know you're helping keep kids in siouxland warm this winter. 3 incredible video here of a very rare visitor to shallow coastal waters.this is a giant squid... this video was taken in the marina at japan's
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normally... these enormous creatures are found only in deep ocean waters.the diver who shot this video thought the mollusk was almost four meters long... that's about 13 feet! the squid eventually made its way away from the marina and out to sea. 3 3 3 3 here's a look at the forecast for at the forecast for our region. 3 3 coming up... iraqi officials say they've retaken the city of ramadi. but the american military says there's still work to be done. we'll show you why... next. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor"
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3 cat taylor"3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and into the weekend will see a warm up and sunny skies. 3 3 3
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the year is almost over. what was your favorite
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year?3 3 the holiday season was a record breaker for amazon... karina mitchell is in new york with your c - b - s moneywatch. 3 investors are looking for a rebound after stocks posted losses monday.//the dow dropped 23 pointsthe nasdaq slipped 7 //amazon says it added 3 million members to its prime subscription service in the days leading up to christmas - and shipped a record number of items worldwide during the holidays. the retail giant says it now has tens of millions of members.//craft beer is reaching new heights. a survey from travelpulse.com ranked airlines by the type of beer they serve on domestic flights. delta airlines landed
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best rated and widest selection including - samuel adams and sweetwater pale ale. alaska airlines came in second and spirit airlines finished in last place. //and if you're traveling for new year's - a new survey from cheaphotels.or g says miami beach is the most expensive u.s. destination to ring in 2016. hotel guests will have to shell out an average 286 bucks per night. that's 300 percent more than regular january rates. los angeles ranks second followed by new orleans at 249 a night. //that's your moneywatch. for more log on to cbs moneywatch mitchell. 3 3 iraqi officials have declared ramadi liberated. it's an important city in the war with isis. but as reporter david martin shows us... american officials say there's more work that needs to be done to completely retake the city.
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their national flag atop ramadi's government center, breaking the death grip isis held over the city just 70 miles west of baghdad. iraqi officials declared ramadi "liberated" but u.s. officials cautioned isis still holds neighborhoods in the north and east which will have to be cleared by house to house fighting against snipers and booby traps. the fighting has reduced parts of the city to rubble and a return to normal life anytime soon is difficult to imagine.still, taking back the city center marked a major milestone for an army which last may had abandoned ramadi in the face of an assault by a much smaller number of isis fighters. it also validated the american strategy of training and equipping iraqi ground troops and backing them up with strikes from the air -- a total of 630 in and around ramadi. pentagon officials said the operation was a complex one which required the iraqi army first to encircle the city and then to cross rivers where the bridges had been blown.the
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dislodging isis seems to be gaining traction, but no u.s. official was willing to second the iraqi prime minister's bold claim that 2016 would see the final defeat of isis in iraq. (on cam: defense secretary carter called the retaking of the city center a "significant step" but added "the fight against (isis) is far from over.") 3 3 ian "lemmy" kilmister... the motorhead frontman whose outsized persona made him a hero for generations of hard - rockers and metal - heads... has died. his agent told the associateavd press that kilmister died in los angeles on monday after a brief battle with aggressive cancer. most people just knew him as lemmy. kilmister was just as famous for his mustache... mutton chops... and the moles on his face as he was for his music. he was a
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rock master and innovator... from his time with the psychedelic band hawkwind in the early 1970s to his four decades in motorhead... best known for their 1980 anthem "ace of spades." lemmy was 70 years old. 3 3 british prime minister david cameron is visiting northern england after deploying more troops to help deal with severe flooding. a month's worth of rain fell in just one day in some places there. the government issued 24 severe flood warnings sunday... which are only raised when there's a threat to life. hundreds of people have been evacuated from their homes... and more than eight thousand people were without electricity over the weekend. 3 3 flooding caused by el nino has displaced more than 150 - thousand people in south america. most of them are in paraguay... that country was hit the worst. this video is from argentina... where 20 - thousand people were evacuated. the country's president plans to
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3 after the break on siouxland news at sunrise... thousands of people have evacuated from a town in southern california. we'll show you why they left... and why many more are getting sick. 3 snow is still falling across the area this morning. i'll
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coming up next.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and into the weekend will see
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3 a slow - motion environmental disaster is happening in a small town north of los angeles. c - b - s news correspondent (mee - uh - ree - uh) mireya (vee - uh - ree - all) villarreal is in porter ranch... where homeowners are filing lawsuits against southern california's gas utility company over a methane
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3 (narr)this infrared gas rolling off the top of a nearby into the community of porter ranch. a law firm representing several who are now filing lawsuits against california's gas utility company.matt pakucko bought his first home in ranch community eight years of the scenic views and his ability to work music producer. (nats) pakucko, homeowner, 11;03;17;23 )work in here, i cant breathe in here when that wind blows off that hill, it comes down (edf video)the leak started in far.... more than 65-hundred (6576) filed for help... but only 22-hundred agency that quality.. monitors air agency that the state monitors air agency that relocated. the state agency relocated. the state monitors agency that the state relocated. the state agency that the state 3 agency that monitors air quality.. estimates nearly 70,000 pounds of gas is being released every hour... that's roughly a quarter of the methane emissions in california. so-cal gas spokesman mike mizarahi. (sot - mike13;04;06;12) once the leak is stopped we will be able to evaluate what caused the leak and we will be able to evaulate how much natural
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graphic in) to fix the problem the gas company drilled a relief well nearby. using magnetic technology, workers have located the leaking well more than 3000-feet below ground. now they have to drill another five thousand feetwhere they'll intersect the faulty well , and pump it with mud, water, and cement to stop the leak. (graphic out) it's made pakucko so sick... he had to move out.(10:55:20 mireya)frustrating for you? (sot - matt, 10:55:30) mp: beyond frustrating. it's a new way of life now. we can't live in our homes. i mean, how worse does it get? (live tag to come)(hope to have it fixed by march... 3 3 still to come this morning... the "affluenza" teen... wanted for violating his probation in texas... is back in custody. we'll show you where the law caught up with him. you're watching
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3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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taylor.3 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and into the weekend will see a warm up and sunny skies. 3 the tarrant 3 sunny skies.warm up and will see a 3 warm up and sunny skies. 3 the tarrant county texas
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confirms the "affluenza" teen is in custody in mexico. ethan couch and his mom were stopped in puerto vallarta monday night. as reporter don champion shows us... the teenager who made headlines for his defense in a deadly drunken - driving case had been on the run for weeks. 3 a newly released photo shows 18-year-old ethan couch with dyed hair shortly after he was detained in puerto vallarta, mexico monday evening. (tue0117 :15) tarrant county, texas district attorney officials confirm his mother, tonya, was also with him. (tue0117 :05) a week ago, authorities released pictures of a pickup truck they thought the two were driving.(sot tue0117 sheriff dee anderson/tarrant county, tx dec 21st :18) "there's a possibility that she or he may be on the run in that truck- we don't know that as a fact"(-:22)(sot wed0406 :32) nat video earlier this month, video emerged on social media that appears to show the underage couch at party with drinking- possibly violating his probation. a few days
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officials issued the juvenile equivalent of an arrest warrant for him,(sot tue0117 :50) nat walking couch had been sentenced to 10 years of probation after (tue0117 :57) he killed four people in a 20-13 drunk driving accident. his case made headlines after his defense argued the then 16-year-old suffered from a controversial condition called "affluenza" and blamed his irresponsible behavior on his wealthy, privileged upbringing. photo and mom) mexican couch and his mom will now be handed immigration officials for deportation. cbs news. 3 we don't know yet if tonya couch will face charges in the case. 3 two northeast nebraska women are dead after an accident sunday afternoon in thurston county.the nebraska state patrol says the crash saw a car run off u - s highway 75 and roll down an embankment... throwing the two women out of the car.30 - year - old brittany mccauley of walthill and 3 24 - year - old brianna wolfe
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at the investigators say they *do* think alcohol use was a factor in the crash. 3 3 funeral services are set for one of the people who died in last week's fatal truck fire near pierce.the bodies of 33 - year - old bobbi jo klinetobe of meadow grove and her estranged husband josh of tilden were found in a burning pickup last monday afternoon. investigators think josh killed bobbi jo and then set the truck on fire before killing himself.her funeral will be wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the meyer brothers' colonial chapel in sioux city. visitation will be an hour before the service. a go - fund - me page has been set up for the klinetobe's seven children. you can find a link to donate in this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. 3 3 a dixon nebraska family is homeless after a weekend fire.fire crews from five northeast nebraska fire departments responded to the fire at the old methodist church in dixon... which had been remodeled into a
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before 7 - 30 saturday night and completely destroyed the home. the home's owners were able to get out... they weren't hurt.the red cross is helping the family out. the nebraska state fire marshall is investigating to find out exactly what caused the fire. 3 3 and one norfolk nebraska man is facing felony child abuse charges for something that happened christmas eve.police say just after 11 - 30 thursday night they were called to a home on a reported child abuse call.the 14 - year - old male victim told officers he'd been assaulted after sending a text to a wrong number earlier that day.officers could see visible marks on the teenager's neck. police then talked to the suspect... 41 - year - old roberto martinez senior... and arrested him. he's charged with strangulation and child abuse. martinez was taken to the norfolk city jail first... then transferred to the madison county jail. 3 the funeral for spencer tigers senior wrestler austin roberts was yesterday at the high
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collapsed on the wrestling mat... then died at the spencer community hospital a week ago saturday... at the spencer invitational wrestling meet.austin's wrestling coaches and his football coach eulagized the young man. his nickname was jaws... because of his strength. friends and family say he was loved for his goofy antics... and how gentle he could be. his wrestling teammates were his casket bearers. his athletic director david brown talked about what it meant to bring the spencer community together. 3 "it's tough when you get in there and the roberts family all pulled together and came to the event as a group. our students were there in another section in the group and the other wrestlers were there and the staff was there. it's just kind of nice for everyone to be there in one place and kind of go through the final part of this first process for us
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last nine days. and get ready on what happens next. we've got wreslting season still going on and basketball season at the high school. and everything kind of got put on pause the moment everything happened last saturday."spirit lake sent a busfull of students and staff... sergeant bluff - luton was reprsented... a few other schools were there... too. brown says the school is unsure if it will still attend saturday's scheduled wrestling meet in clarion... but should be ready to go for the next home meet... january 7th. 3 hoverboards were a best - seller over the holidays... even with fire warnings and the possibility of injury. the gifts were mostly for kids... but as c - b - s news correspondent ben tracy found out first hand... some parents wanted to try them out... what happened next could be funny... but painful. 3 pkg(natsot)"this is a piece of cake! (bam! man goes down!)
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parents attempting to take their kid's hoverboards out for a joy ride...only to find themselves cruisin for a brusin'.(nats)the hashtag "hoverboard fails" has gone viral. florida congressman carlos curbelo shared a photo of his arm in a sling tweeting: #hoverboard is for kids. my daughter got it. i ended up in er. (natsot - woman screams and falls)just before christmas the u.s. consumer product safety commission reported the number of injuries associated with hoverboards and fires due to overheated batteries had spiked 25%. that is expected to rise dramatically in the post holiday tally... and worries some safety experts. (sot sean kane/ founder, the safety institute) "you have a product that doesn't have to meet any safety requirements and is finding its way to the u.s. market."nathan furniss sells the boards at a los angeles mall. he showed me the proper way to board the board....(natsot) "try to stand up straight."i thought i got the hand of it pretty quickly, well, i didn't. . thankfully as our camera shut down, furniss' cell phone caught me hovering on the ground. and that may be the lesson of this holiday season...something that seems like child's play is probably best left to actual children. ben tracy, cbs news(nat)"did
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of a los angeles 3 parking lot.3 3 target is buying unwanted gift cards.the company is partnering with gift card exchange website cardpool and electronic trade - in company nextworth. cardpool provides the trade - in rate of consumers' gift cards and then re - sells them.one example provided by target... a one - hundred dollar walmart gift card would exchange for an 85 dollar target gift card. target will exchange gift cards from more than 600 brands...
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cheesecake factory... tiffany & company... staples... and pottery barn. 3 3 3 3 3 shook up the corporate world... and automakers were forced to admit they'd let their customers down. we'll take a look back at the year's top business stories. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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meteorologist cat taylor"3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and into the weekend will see a warm up and sunny skies. 3 the united states got its first interest rate hike in almost ten years... cyber attacks years... almost ten first interest states got its
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3 the united states got its first interest rate hike in almost ten years... cyber attacks shook up the corporate world... and car makers were forced to admit they'd let their customers down. c - b - s news correspondent jill wagner takes a look back at the year's top business stories. 3 faulty takata airbags caused the recall of 20-million vehicles in the u-s alone. at least eight people have been killed worldwide, nearly a hundred injured from the airbags spraying shrapnel. :13-:15 (stephanie erdman/injured by airbag) it was terrifying. i thought i was going to bleed out. -- volkswagen admitted to using special software in 11-million vehicles to cheat on emissions tests. the ceo apologized but the scandal led to a steep drop in volkswagen sales. :28-:33 (herbert diess/volkswag en ceo) we will make sure that something like this never happens again-- cyber attacks shook up the corporate world. hackers broke into anthem health insurers, which runs blue cross blue shield plans.
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records were exposed. -- three suspects were charged in a giant hacking scheme that targeted at least a dozen corporations. :51-:55 (preet bharara/us attorney for new york) the data breaches at these firms were breathtaking in scope and in size -- the new york stock exchange said it was =not= a cyber attack that halted trading over the summer. a technical glitch shut down the exchange for nearly four hours. -- the =shutdown= was followed by a =meltdown.= the stock market had some of its sharpest declines in history when instability in foreign economies spooked wall street. 1:16-1:18 (ben willis/nyse trader) "i've never seen the dow down 1000 points in one move. by the end of the year, the dow was nearly where it started. -- unemployment edged down to 5-percent....and the more robust job market led the federal reserve to raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade. -- oil prices plungedand that gave consumers a break at the pump, where gas prices slipped to around 2-dollars a gallon. -- apple launched its smart watch. 1:43-1:46 (tim cook/apple ceo) "the most
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created." -- in a pair of mega mergers, drug makers pfizer and allergan announced plans to join forces. and dow chemical agreed to merge with dupont, creating the second biggest chemical company in the world.-- chipotle's stock took a tumble.. the restaurant chain scrambled to contain an e-coli outbreakand then a bout of norovirus that sickened over a hundred students in boston. nats zuckerberg video facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and his wife priscilla chan welcomed a baby girl. and they promised to donate the bulk of their 45-billion dollar fortune to charity... a holiday gift to remember. jw, cbs news, new york 3 3 an actor in 3 3 new yorkjw, cbs news, new york3 3 3 an actor in new york... cast as a singing santa... found himself in a frightening real life medical drama. we'll show you why the rosy cheeks that helped him land
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potentially dangerous condition. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at
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3 here's your new year forecast.3 3 good morning, (sioux city)... it's (21) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (jc roofing and insulating) 3 a new york actor playing santa claus learned his rosy cheeks were actually a symptom of a potentially dangerous blood disorder. as c - b - s news chief medical correspondent doctor jon lapook shows us... the condition can be easily diagnosed and treated. 3 > (narration one): at the john engeman theatre in northport
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kevin mcguire is kris kringle in the musical adaptation of "miracle on 34th street," where his sweet baritone and rosy cheeks are on full display.> > natup song> > but that ruddy complexion was an outward sign of a serious problem inside his body, one he couldn't put a name to.> > 011117 my skin was very red and very purple//010511 i started getting joint pain, a lot of joint pain//(011050) . jlp: and trouble singing? a: oh yes> (012115) (jlp) were you worried about your career? 012120 of course, yes absolutely. //011820 when your vocal chords are distressed and you don't know why, it's terrifying.> > (narration four) > in may 2012 a blood test showed sky high iron levels and a doctor finally figured out the cause.> > 011650 he said kevin you have something
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when he explained it to you in simple terms what did he say was the problem? (011730) he said you're rusting from the inside out.> > (narration five- cooking)> the disorder is caused by a genetic defect that allows too much iron to be absorbed and gradually overload tissues and organs (graphic one -title hemochromatosis - panel one subheader: symptoms, panel two no sub header)addition to joint pain and fatigue, symptoms can include abdominal pain and loss of libido. more than a million americans have the gene mutation for the disorder but many are never diagnosed. left untreated the buildup can cause organ damage and even death.> > (narration six) mcguire began weekly blood draws that slowly removed the excess iron. it's a simple yet effective remedy that helps restore iron levels to a normal range.> > (013542 - over workout) i've never felt better in my life> > singing: sotup: "winter spring summer or fall" (jon and kevin sing)> > especially now that his vocal pipes are no longer rusting.> >and as the iron came out of your body and especially out of your vocal chords, what happened to you as an actor, as a performer? a: well i can pretty much do anything, for a long time. > > (dissolve to santa scene - 203528 ) "love, love love!"> > dr jon lapook, cbs news, northport, new york 3 "weather on the ones brought
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3 light snow will linger light snow 3 world"you by window 3 world" 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and into the weekend will see a warm up and sunny skies. 3 3
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3 sunny skies.3 3 3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...take a look at this fuzzy little guy... rescued by australian emergency crews after massive brush fires over the weekend.this koala was taken in by police in victoria and it looks like it's doing just fine... enjoying a little water break courtesy of his new best friend. 3 3 coming up in your 6 o'clock hour... a growing online trend is having an impact on
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family's christmas dream in our family 4 - 1 - 1 report.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
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3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 parts of the northeast are seeing the first snow of the winter season after a deadly winter storm system... punishing parts of the country. monday the system dumped heavy snow and ice in the midwest... making for accidents... disrupting travel. heavy rain also triggered flooding in the midwest and south.tensions are high in cleveland ohio after a grand jury declined to indict two officers in the fatal shooting of tamir rice. among them... rookie officer timothy loehmann... who shot the 12 - year - old last year... less than two seconds after getting to a park where the boy was playing with a toy gun. prosecutors say loehmann was justified in his actions... because he thought the young boy was a threat.and the "affluenza" teen... wanted for violating his probation in texas... is back in custody. 18 - year - old ethan couch was arrested in
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monday... two weeks after not showing up for a hearing. couch made headlines back in 20 - 13 when he was sentenced to just 10 years probation after a drunk driving crash that killed four people. 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". 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on 3 kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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cat taylor.3 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and into the weekend will see a warm up and sunny skies. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 adoption can cost a lot... but one couple is using
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a bigger family. they talked with special correspondent sheila gray for this family 4 - 1 - 1 report. 3 "momma what if i was a big scary ape, would you still love me then"nicole and jeff featherstone want to grow their family, and they've always wanted to adopt.super nicole featherston1:20:53:10 for us knowing that there are currently babies who need a home and moms who made the brave decision to decide not to parent baby that we know we have a home to offer and we decided to make this next baby that we wanted to welcome the baby through adoption. 1:21:22 they say the birth of their 13 month old daughter lilah, increased that desire. 1:19:56:54 just seeing how vulnerable she was and in need of our care for everything. as a new mom thinking through the amount of babies and kids that dont have that opportunity and dont receive that type of care. 1:20:00but, adoptions can be pretty costly, averaging between 20- and 40-
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once we are approved we can apply for grants which we plan on doing. this will help offset. we are saving ourselves 24:16nicole and jeff are also turning to technology for help. they started a gofundme page.super jeff featherstone1:36:00i think it is a really cool way to fundraise because there is no pressure. it gives people and opprotunity to give without forcing people to give. that is a big thing of mine that people feel comfortable if they want to support us they can, but they don't need to. :20 super sheila gray 1:52:08-1:52:21nicole and jeff did a lot of research on adoption paths and they say couples need to know their feelings on foster, open vs closed adoptions and financial impacts and they say talk to a lot of people who have been through it.1:29:23:14 we have friends who recently adopted and their page was helpful and successful. 1:29:32the featherstones say the prospect of a new child in their home gives them even more to look forward year.1:31:03-1:31:13 full of promise and hope and never been excited for the new year.sig
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3 signew year.excited for the excitement. ive 3 never been excited for the new year.sig 3 the featherstones are interested in foster care to adoption too... but found out it's best *not* to interrupt birth order... so they're waiting until lilah is older. 3 yesterday's snowstorm meant a busy day for snowplows in siouxland. 3 the iowa department of transportation was ready to go as soon the snow started to fall... crews say patience is important when driving in winter weather... especially if you come across
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3 "the biggest thing is just take their time and give us some room, know that we're going alot slower than the traveling public and just keep an eye for our lights and give us some space."as many as 500 d - o - t operated plows and salt trucks were on the roads as of yesterday. for the latest road conditions... check the 5 - 1 - 1 website for each siouxland state before you start your trip. 3 and that storm system stretching from texas to michigan is making travel difficult all across the country.one of the hardest hit areas is chicago's o'hare airport... one of the nation's busiest. almost 500 flights were cancelled out of that airport alone... with hundreds more delayed. those include both flights to and from sioux city's sioux gateway airport. chicago's midway airport had cancelled about 60 flights by mid - morning yesterday. weekend storms in texas are also causing travel troubles out of houston and dallas - fort worth... and airlines are still trying to catch passengers up from those
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3 yesterday's snowstorm is an excellent reminder that there are still kids in siouxland in need of a warm winter coat this year.you can help by donating to siouxland news' annual coats for kids drive. we're in the final stretch of this year's campaign... we want to end strong. if you have a gently - used winter coat going in your closet that you're not using... donate it! you can find a list of donation locations online at siouxland news dot com. and know you're helping keep kids in siouxland warm this winter. warm this winter. 3 terrorists are winning the war against the united states. at least that's what a new poll from c - n - n/o - r - c says.40 percent of a people say terrorists are winning the war. 40 percent say neither side is. only 18 percent say the u - s is winning the war on terrorism.51 percent of people surveyed say they think the administration can protect against terroristm attacks. in 2010... that number was
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3 and now... after that survey... we're seeing reports saying our nation's military cyber networks are vulnerable to attack from countries like china and russia. our national correspondent jeff barnd tells us why. 3 from the white houseto the pentagonto congressall have sounded the warning on the need to sure up the government's cyber networks against terror attack.sotpeter schweizer, " it's a huge vulnerability, and there needs to be a priority placed on the federal government to get people in position to provide the protection to our infrastructure."vothe government's so-called red teams - who test the government networks for vulnerabilities - are supposed to do just that.but according a report from federal lawmakersjust 50 team members stand between attackers and our nation's military cyber systems.the most glaring reason for the lack of experts? sotschweizer, "if you're highly talented and you can go make large sums of money in silicon valley or for a private tech security firm, going to work for the federal government, probably at lower pay is not going to be as attractive"voother experts point to often-discussed
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greenberger, "we are, as a nation, behind in our education of experts in the cyber field." vothen there are the bureaucratic setbackssot tony shaffer, "you see bureaucrats thinking at the speed of their understanding which is way outdated."stand up experts say one of the biggest examples of this outdated thinking was the cyber attack on the office of personnel management last july. that attack left the sensitive information of more than 20 million federal employees and their families exposed.sot shaffer, "we had people who were, frankly, stupid, at the top who didn't recognize the cyber space changing on the past decade. that malaise at that level has resulted in huge data compromises."vo better pay and better education programs could bring in the top talent to stem those compromisesbut above all experts say there has to be a change in the way the government approaches cyber securitysotshaffer, "if you recognize what you've been doing in the past is failing, then you ought to do something
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barnd, 3 reporting. 3 a bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter to defense secretary ash carter earlier this month in that letter... the lawmakers call on the department to offer more compensation and better training to recruit and retain talent. 3 ever wish you could just get rid of your bad memories?some new yorkers are giving it a shot! a mobile shredding truck was at times square yesterday for those wanting to destroy their memories.the times square alliance group says the initiative is a great way to start 20 - 16. "good riddance day" is a nine - year tradition at times square.
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3 when iowa takes on stanford in the rose bowl... they'll be facing a heisman trophy candidate in christian mccaffery. hear how the defense plans to slow them down. chris neyenhouse is next in sports. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat
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3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of cloudy skies 3 and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and
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warm up and sunny skies. 3
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3 sunny skies.3 3 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning. what's up moose? 3 sports, with sports director chris neyenhouse.when the hawkeyes take the field on new years day to face stanford in the rose bowl they'll not only take on the pac 12 champs. they'll take on a heisman trophy candidate whose versatility makes him very difficult to prepare for. number five is christian mccaffery and anytime you break barry sanders's record for most all-purpose yards in a season you're scary good. he's a threat to run, catch and even throw touchdowns. defensive coordinator phil parker and senior linebacker cole fisher talked about what makes their opponent so special.phil parker/iowa defensive coordinator "well the thing is it's hard to tackle him. i think he's got good quickness he's got great vision. i think he sees the holes before they open. and people bounce off of him. you'd better wrap up and tackle him and i think we need to do a better job of that. especially after last game. i think he does a good. job. you see guys hitting him and he doesn't go down. and he has great vision. i think he can put his foot in the ground and go."cole fisher/iowa senior linebacker "you know i think with a guy like that you've just got to really be prepared for everything. he's shown that he can hurt you in a lot of different ways through the pass game. obviously through the run game. i mean he's even thrown the ball a couple times. you really have to be prepared for everything. what
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say his patience. with a gap offense that they run you really have got to wait for the holes to open up. he does a really good job of seeing where that will happen.the usd coyotes (ki-yotes) clashed with florida gulf coast at the pentagon. look at that snow!*** opening half, usd leads by eight, and counting...d.j. davis slips past a pair of defenders and scores via the reverse. davis had 12 points, and the coyotes lead 22-12.*** then craig smith's squad continues to click...around it goes to trey norris, who goes round-and-round and through for three, extending the usd lead to eleven.***the eagles talk it over, but the end result is a missed three, which triggers the break for usd...norris hits casey kasperbauer, and "14" was on his game. kasperbauer scores two of his 31 points on the night to lead all scorers.. usd by 13 at the half, but this one went to overtime tied at 71, and...the coyotes pour it on and win 89-81!kansas city royals' free agent alex gordon was in omaha today... the lincoln native...coming off that big world series win...appeared at a free baseball clinic with other major league players...they all gave fans some tips and answered questions at creighton...of course, the big question, and i know our own chad sandwell and kat taylor are asking it. mister gordon, where do you expect to be playing next season...?alex gordon/kc royals outfielder "you know seeing teams who are interested in you and wanting
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uh you know i'm just trying to uh you know...figure everything out and make the right decision and hopefully that time will come soon." that's it for your morning sportscast.join us again tonight for sports at 5 and 10. have a great morning, back to you jake. 3 3 to you jake.morning, back 3 to you jake. 3 3 another changing of the guard on late - night... the force awakens... and adele
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hello. it's (time)... we'll take a look back at this year in entertainment after the break.
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new year 3 forecast. 3 "first alert weather with
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3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and into the weekend will see a warm up and sunny skies. 3 3 another changing of the guard on late - night... the force awakens... and adele breaks records by saying hello. suzanne marques takes a look at this year in entertainment. 3 pkg:(nats red carpet)olympic athlete turned reality tv star bruce jenner became caitylyn jenner. ((sot caitlyn jenner/activist)) "it's about all of us accepting one another. we're all different." charlie sheen revealed he has the aids virus. ((sot -
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all different."3 3 3 sunny skies. 3 3 another changing of the guard on late - night... the force awakens... and adele breaks records by saying hello. suzanne marques takes a look at this year in entertainment. 3 pkg:(nats red carpet)olympic athlete turned reality tv star bruce jenner became caitylyn jenner. ((sot caitlyn jenner/activist)) "it's about all of us accepting one another. we're all different." charlie sheen revealed he has the aids virus. ((sot - charlie sheen/actor))"i'm here to admit that i am, in fact, hiv positive." sheen says he was dianosed four years ago - around the time he was fired from the hit cbs sitcom, "two and a half men" for his erratic behavior. more than 50 women came forward with accusations of sexual abuse against bill cosby -- dating back decades. cosby denies the allegations. ben affleck and jennifer garner broke up after ten years of marriage. rockers gwen stephani and gavin rossdale also called it quits,
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a romance with blake shelton, who split ffrom his wife, miranda lambert.jennifer aniston, cameron diaz and sofia vergara all got married. kim kardashian and kanye west welcomed their second child, and sandra bullock adopted her second.(nats red carpet) jennifer lawrence became the highest paid actress... but criticized hollywood for still paying her male costars more. (nats hunger games)she also wrapped up the final installment of the hunger game series. viola davis became the first african-american to win an emmy for best actress in a drama.(nats music)and ballerina misty copeland became the first black female principal dancer with american ballet theatre. (nats show)the smash hit musical "hamilton" brought hip hop to broadway with a multi racial cast performing the life of founding father alexander hamilton.taylor swift took on apple over not paying artists during a three month free trial of its streaming service - and won.(nats - hello from the outside....)and adele's long-awaited third album, "25" became the top selling album of the year in its first week. david letterman signed off after 33 years of late night television.(sot) (courtesy: worldwide pants, inc.)"thank you for everything. you've
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(nats/applause colbert)stephen colbert took over as host of "the late show." (nats the force awakens) and a blast from the past broke box office records. members of the original cast of star wars reunited for "episode 7: the force awakens." .suzanne marques, cbs news. 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the year is almost
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movie this year? 3 3 still to come this morning... doctors are trying a new procedure to treat mesothelioma. we'll show you how they hope to trigger the immune system to fight back.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead.
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siouxland news a a a3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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cat taylor.3 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 16 with the chance of a light flurry or two. the rest of the week and into the weekend will see a warm up and sunny skies. 3
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3 there are not many treatment options for people who have mesothelioma... a rare and deadly form of cancer. now doctors at the mayo clinic are trying something new... they're freezing the tumor before taking it out. reporter marlie hall introduces us to the minnesota woman who is the first patient to take part in this study. 3 (nat sot)@:33 there's a message inside that they've written mary kuntz's family made her a love chain - filled with an inspirational message for each day she undergoes treatment for mesothelioma (me-zoe-thee-lee-o-muh). @54 this one says feel better the 68 year old grandmother was diagnosed with the very rare, very deadly form of cancer last summer. doctors at the mayo clinic asked her to be the first patient in their trial using cryo-therapy to freeze part of the tumor. (sot mary kuntz/mesothelioma patient)13:27 my intial thoughs were "hmm" this might be a little risky 13:32 doctors sprayed liquid nitrogen to freeze mary's tumor. two weeks later, surgeons removed it. the goal is to trigger mary's immune system to fight any remaining cancer cells. (sot dr. shandra blackmon/mayo clinic surgeon) @5:44 this is the early explorative stage where we're just looking at what is this doing to the body, how is it stimulating the immune
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cryotherapy may also preserve the lung, potentially leading to an easier recovery. (sot dr. tobias peikert/mayo clinic pulmonologist)@20:13 it also is less toxic and requires less aggressive surgery afterwards mary won't know for a while if the cryotherapy worked. in the meantime, she is overwhelmed by the support from her family and friends. (sot mary kuntz/mesothelioma patient)11:58 why should they be you know sending all this love to me? there's a lot of people that have a lot of problems. she hopes being part of the trial will not only help her but help others with the same problem. marlie hall cbs news, new york. 3 3 3 3 mesthelioma is almost always caused by exposure to asbestos. mary thinks she was exposed at her job decades
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taking asbestos out of the ceiling. 3 two northeast nebraska women are dead after an accident sunday afternoon in thurston county.the nebraska state patrol says the crash saw a car run off u - s highway 75 and roll down an embankment... of the car.30 - year - old brittany mccauley of walthill and 3 24 - year - old brianna wolfe at the scene.investigators say they *do* think alcohol use was a factor in the crash. 3 3 funeral services are set for one of the people who died in last week's fatal truck fire near pierce.the bodies of 33 - year - old bobbi jo klinetobe of meadow grove and her estranged husband josh of tilden were found in a burning pickup last monday afternoon. investigators think josh killed bobbi jo and then set the truck on fire before killing himself.her funeral will be wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the meyer brothers' colonial chapel in sioux city.
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before the service. a go - fund - me page has been set up for the klinetobe's seven children. you can find a link to donate in this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. 3 3 a dixon nebraska family is homeless after a weekend fire.fire crews from five northeast nebraska fire departments responded to the fire at the old methodist church in dixon... which had been remodeled into a house.the fire broke out just before night and completely destroyed the home. owners were able to get out... they weren't hurt.the red cross is helping the family out. the nebraska state fire marshall is investigating to find out exactly what caused the fire. 3 3 and one norfolk nebraska man is facing felony child abuse charges for something that happened christmas eve.police say just after 11 - 30 thursday night they were called to a home on a reported child abuse call.the 14 - year - old male victim told officers he'd been assaulted after sending a text to a wrong number earlier that day.officers could see visible
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police then talked to the suspect... 41 - year - old roberto martinez senior... and arrested him. he's charged with strangulation and child abuse. martinez was taken to the norfolk city jail first... then transferred to the madison county jail. 3 the funeral for spencer tigers senior wrestler austin roberts was yesterday at the high school. the 18 - year - old collapsed on the wrestling mat... then died at the spencer community hospital a week ago saturday... at the spencer invitational wrestling meet.austin's wrestling coaches and his football coach eulagized the young man. his nickname was jaws... because of his strength. friends and family say he was loved for his goofy antics... and how gentle he could be. his wrestling teammates were his casket bearers. his athletic director david brown talked about what it meant to bring the spencer community together. 3 "it's tough when you get in there and the roberts family all pulled together and came
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students were there in another section in the group and the other wrestlers were there and the staff was there. it's just kind of nice for everyone to be there in one place and kind of go through the final part of this first process for us which is some closure to the last nine days. and get ready on what happens next. we've got wreslting season still going on and basketball season at the high school. and everything kind of got put on pause the moment everything happened last 3 saturday."spirit lake sent a busfull of students and staff... sergeant bluff - luton was reprsented... a few other schools were there... too. brown says the school is unsure if it will still attend saturday's scheduled wrestling meet in clarion... but should be ready to go for the next home meet... january 7th. 3 you might not have noticed... but you got a christmas gift from the beatles last week. thursday morning the fab
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available worldwide on streaming services like spotify and apple music. the move came just days after pandora signed major deals with music publishing giants b - m - i and "ascap." reporter demarco morgan shows us the latest change for the industry. 3 (nat - a hard day's night) (track)their music defined a decade... (nat)and a generation. (nat - guitar riff of "revolution") now... the beatles are again embracing revolution...("you say you want a revolution...") (nat - eight days a week - "ooh i need your love babe...") allowing millions of fans to stream their poppy melodies and catchy hooks... (nat - ticket to ride)and giving a whole new generation a ticket to one of the greatest music catalogs in history. (sot - joe levy / contributing editor rollingstone magazine - ctm beatles flash interview guest iso)13:07:49 it's important because it's the beatles. // 13:13:10 the beatles changed everything about popular music. (nat - announcement video)there was no announcement by survivng members paul mccartney and ringo starr.just a 35 second
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popular songs.letting the music... speak for itself. (gfx in w/ music)(nat - well shake it up baby now)from please, please me...(nat let it be)to let it be...all 13 original studio albums plus four compilations are now available on 9 major streaming services.224 songs in total.... including all 20 of the fab four's number one hits. (gfx out) (nat - can't buy me love)and while millions of fans will benefit from this agreement, it's a huge validation for the streaming music industry...(gfx in) where revenue has jumped from 1 billion in 2012 to nearly 1.9 billion dollars in 2014.(gfx out) (sot - joe levy / contributing editor rollingstone magazine - ctm beatles flash interview guest iso)13:08:30 we're past the tipping point. it's not about music ownership anymore. it's about music access. and if you want to keep up with listeners who feel that way, and those listeners tend to be younger, then you need to be on streaming services. 13:08:45 (nat - taylor swift music video "blank space" or "shake it off")the decision comes as high profile artists like prince and taylor swift have resisted the streaming revolution over low royalties. (nat - adele "hello" music
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has sold at least 6 million copies despite being barred from streaming platforms. (nat - blackbird)still the beatles -- initially slow to go digital -- now seem ready to ride the wave. (sot - joe levy / contributing editor rollingstone magazine - ctm beatles flash interview guest iso)13:11:49 this decision for the beatles in some sense is about retaining relevancy. // they don't want their music to be left out. they want their music -- as they did when they were first making it -- to be
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3 3 3 from a landmark study on blood pressure to the growing heroin epidemic... it's been a big year in health news. up next in your healthwatch... we'll take a look back at what made headlines 3 here's a look at the forecast for our region.
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heller and meteorologist 3 cat taylor" 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist 3 light snow into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22.another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.with mostly chance of a the weekend 3 3 3 most patients with chronic pain still get prescriptions for opioids after an overdose. that's according to a new study from the american college of physicians. the findings show doctors still prescribe opioids for 91 - percent of patients who overdosed. 3 3 scientists in pittsburgh say ultrasound is comparable to mammograms when it comes to detecting breast cancer. researchers say ultrasound is especially important in areas where mammography isn't
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additional test for women with *dense breasts*. 3 3 and doctors in north carolina say they might be a step closer to a cure for a - l - s. they've been able to identify protein clumps in the brain that contribute to paralysis and early death in a - l - s patients. researchers hope the discovery paves the way for a drug to fight the disorder. 3 from a landmark study on blood pressure to the growing heroin epidemic... it's been a big year in health news. c - b - s news correspondent marlie hall has a look back at what made headlines. 3 (package script)heroin deaths nearly quadrupled in the united states during the past decade to more than 82-hundred a year. the cdc reported use of the highly addictive narcotic skyrocketed among americans who got hooked on prescription painkillers then turned to the cheaper alternative.(sot tue0095 9/8/15) (lindsey beardsley/form er addict) picked up the needle and heroin when i was 15 (vo)the cdc also found the use of electronic cigarettes among teenagers tripled over the last year.(vo) (7/10/15 fri0211 & fri0327)the fda announced new warning labels
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drugs such as advil, motrin, and aleve saying they carry a risk for heart attack and stroke. (vo) (11/9/15 mon0196 & mon 0293)a landmark government study could lead to changes in blood pressure guidelines. the study showed lowering blood pressure to 120 for people over 50 at risk for heart diseasesignificantly lowered their risk of death. (vo) (sprout pharmaceuticals (photos of the pill). must credit.) (tue0308)addyi, the first drug to treat low libido in women hit the market in october. it's for women who have no sex drive.(sheri mike) (sot) it's kind of like eating your favorite food and not having any taste buds. you can't taste it. (vo) (tue0242 & tue0179 both on 10/20)the american cancer society changed its breast cancer screening guidelines, recommending women at average risk get yearly mammograms starting at 45 instead of 40 and then every *two* years starting at 55. the new recommendations are closer to the u.s. preventive task force guidelines.(vo) (mon0187 9/28/15)a gene test called oncotype dx seems to accurately identify many early stage, hormone driven breast cancer patients who can safely skip chemotherapy. former president jimmy carter
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melanoma. sot carter 8/20/15 thu0217)hope for the best and accept what comesthree and a half months after starting immunotherapy treatment, he said he was cancer free.(vo) (mon0178 10/26/15) the world health organization classified processed meat - including bacon and hot dogs - as carcinogenic, putting it in the same category as smoking. (vo) (mon0174 2/23/15)a study in the new england journal of medicine found introducing babies to peanuts dramatically reduced their risk of developing a peanut allergy. (sot dr. hugh sampson/jaffe food allergy institute, icahn school of medicine at mount sinai) i think we will now see the prevalence of peanut allergy in this young population start to drop (vo)(11/13/15 fri0265)and a new cdc parent survey finds 1 in 45 kids are on the autism spectrum. the official cdc number is still one in 68 children.marlie hall cbs news new york. 3 3 former new york governor mario cuomo... baseball icon yogi
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- b king are among the notable entertainers and leaders we lost this year. we'll take a look back at the notable
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3 good morning, (le mars)... it's (19) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (icon ag and turf) camera. 3 former new york governor mario cuomo... baseball icon yogi berra... and music legend b - b king are among the notable entertainers and leleers we lost this year. here's a look back at the notable deaths of 20 - 15. 3 song: the thrill is gone performer: b.b. kingalbum: completely wellrecord label: bluesaway/abc recordsb.b. king
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3 correspondent3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 light snow will linger into the morning hours through the area. by afternoon, most of the area will see overcast skies with a high of 22. another band of light snow will move in overnight and linger into the morning hours tomorrow as well. expect no more than 1/2 to 1" of additional snow.the rest of the day tomorrow will see overcast skies and a high of 20.look for a very cold day on thursday with mostly and a high of the rest of the sunny skies. 3 3 sunny skies.3 3 we'll take a look at your traffic, news and weather to go coming up after the break...
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3 3 here's a look at your news 3 3 parts of the northeast are seeing the first snow of the winter season after a deadly winter storm system... parts of the country. monday the system dumped heavy snow and ice in the midwest... making for accidents... disrupting travel. heavy rain also triggered flooding in the midwest and south.tensions are high in cleveland ohio after a grand jury declined to indict two officers in the fatal shooting of tamir rice. among them... rookie officer timothy loehmann... who shot the 12 - year - old last year... less than two seconds after getting to a park where the boy was playing with a toy gun. prosecutors say loehmann was justified in his actions... because he thought the young boy was a threat.and the "affluenza"
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violating his obation in texas... is back in stody. 18 - year - old ethan couch was arrested in puerto vallarta mexico monday... two weeks after not showing up for a hearing. couch made headlines back in 20 - 13 when he was sentenced to just 10 years probation after a drunk driving crash that killed four people. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports.
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