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heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning. 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 3 happy new year! and welcome to siouxland news at sunrnre!it's o'clock.i'm jetske wauran filling in for jacob heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning. 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and 30s for highs with even colder nights.temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with
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like we could see our first snow of 2016 wednesday night. 3 3 3 one of the world's biggest new year's eve parties went down without a hitch in new york city overnight. weijia jiang reports from times square. 3 pkgnats 3-2-1 happy new year!..(ball drops)about a million people from all over the world came new york's times square to welcome 2016 and to say goodbye to 2015. (sot: janessa williams / arizona): it was a great experience. everybody should go at least once! (sot: abe arrillaga / reveler) i've e en dreaeang since i was a litite kid totoome out here.a blizzard of confetti showered down on visitors to the so called "crossroads of the world" as the nearly 12-thousand pound waterford crystal ball made its minute- long descent. many greeted the new year with kisses, while some shed tears.natsyou may kiss the brideothers got marriedwhile the mayor and his wife kicked up their heels. revelers enjoyed unseasonably warm weather.and encountered tight security. more than 6- ththsand heheily armed uniformed and undercover new york city police officers searched and guarded the crowd. with memories of recent terror attacks in san bernardino and paris fresh on
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they were nervous. (mos sot - no name given): we were skeptical about coming 3 out, it was great. i'm glad we took the chance.weijia jiang / stand up: once the ball dropped, the crowd wasted no time leaving times square and an army of sanitation workers moved in to clean up. crews removed tons of confetti and debris left behind by partygoers.planning for new year's eve 2016 begins today. weijia jiang, cbs news, new york. 3 more than 100 million americans and at least a billion people from around the worldwide were expected to watch the festivities on television. 3 police in storm lake are looking for a man believed to be responsible for breaking into his girlfriend's house and assaulting her.storm lake police say 28- year- ololdomonick tribble brbre into his estranged
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bedroom window wednesday afternoon,once inside... he attacked the woman and stole her cell phone before running away.police have so far been unable to find him.he's described as a black man standing 6 foot 4 inches and weighing around 180 pounds.he has a tattoo of the name "nick" on his left arm, and a skull on his right arm. if you know where he is... you're asked to call storm lake police. 3 with folks celebrating the new year, the woodbury county sheriff's office is taking part in the national crackdown on drunk driving.thousands of law enforcement officers across the country spent the evening on the lookout for impaired drivivs, hoping to cut down on the number of drunk driving fatalities both in iowa and across the country. 3 "this time of year is obviously people are celebrating for the new years. we want them to have a good time, but at the same time be responsible and make sure that designated driver or a family
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pick t tm up."and attorney ed keane's "safe ride" program offered free taxi rides to those who couldn't drive home. 3 it was a great end to 2015 for the food bank of siouxland. 3 earlier this week... the agency received a donation of 10- thousand dollars from the union pacific railroad. yesterday...the woodhouse auto family donated 78- ousand dollars to support the food bank's backpack program.staff at woodhouse chrysler in sioux city rais money all month prior to yesterday morning's donation. 3 "it's an awesome feeling to be able to give back, you know we all do well here and be able to give some of that back to this commmmity through the foodbank program isisust awesome."this is the third year for woodhouse's backpack challenge.the backpack program serves 16- hundred students at 6 area schools each week.each
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provides kids with food to eat at home during the weekend. 3 a native american grgrp is hoping for a healthy new year for its members.the nebraska indian community college's office of tribal outreach held a pow-wow at west high in sioux city yesterday afternoon.in addition to a presentation on healthy lifestyles for the new year... the event hopes to provide a space the celebrates native cultures and a more healthy lifestyle.organizers also put on a new year's party this evening to give native people a healthy alternative to alcohol to celebrate the new year. 3 "it's very important to the community because it's a drug free event, and alcohol free event, and it's a family event. it's and intertribal pow-wow which mean that anybody can come here and dance with us, not just dancers themselves."in addition to yeyeerday 3 afternoos pow wow... the organizers put together a new
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people a healthy alternative to alcohol to celebrate the new year. 3 environmentalists are applauding a new law signed by president obama bannnng microbeads from cosmetic products. demarco morgan shows us what it means for the environment... and your dinner table. 3 natsot - 3 rinsing hands(narr 1) microbeads are tiny pieces of plastic found in many health and beauty products... including soap, bodyscrup and toothpaste. they are generally used to exfoliate or add polish. no bigger than a grain of salt... these microplastics are a "big" concern for environmental scieieists. they say the tiny particles are a harmful source of ococn and lake pollution.(sot marcus eriksen/ scientist, 5 gyres institute) (19;21;10) we now know the fish we harvest from our great lakes are eating these microbeads. ends up on your dinner plate. it's going from your face, right back into your body. (narr 2) scientist marcus erikson and his team at the 5 gyres institute, study plastic pollution in waters around the world. (gyres is pronounced jigh-ers - "jigh" rhymes with "high") he's found microbeads in the san francisco bay... and in high concentrations in the great lakes. not all water treatment plants are able to filtlt them out. (sot marcus erikson)(19;13;10) they're absorbing industrial chemicals, pesticides from farms. oil drops from cars will stick to these microplastics and microbeads. at that point they can enter
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single cosmetic product can contain up to 300,000 non- biodegradable microbeads in september... california 3 banned sales of products containing microbeads. assemblymember richard bloom authored the legislation... and is thrilled that congress is following california's lead. (sot richard bloom/d-santa monica) (14 29 42) it's very significant because you're going to@have fifty states doing the same thing, i have no doubt that this is going to spread now to other countries and the longer we have these pollutants in the environment the harder it is to take action to effectively clean up after them. 3 a new google chrome app wants you to stop 3 wants you to chrome app a new google 3 them. you to stop apologizing.the "just not sorry" extension helps people avoid using words and phrases
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sound less confident or assertive.it works by underlining self-demeaning or qualifying words and phrases in red.words and phrases that are flagged as sounding weak include things like "sorry," "actually," and "just."it was developed by a group of software developers to empower female leaears by communicating more confidently. 3 3 3 3 yesterday we had below normal temperatures, but above normal temps are on the way. details next. 3 3 coming up this morning on siouxland news at sunrise...a 63-story luxury hotel caught on fire -- lighting up
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ahead of its elaborore new year's eve celebration and fireworks display.we'll show you why the fire could have been much worse than it was. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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taylor"3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and 30s for highs with even colder nights.temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with increasing clouds as the week goes on.right now it looks like we could see our first snow of 2016 wednesday night. 3
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... happy new year, everybody! do you have a new
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resolution?3 3 uber is celebrating one billion rides...brian webb is in new york with your c-b-s 3 moneywatch. 3 apple inc shares finish the year down four percent, the first down year since 2008. shares shed about a fifth of their value after reaching a high point of $134 in april. this years declines have wiped out about $57 million in apple's capitalization. apple is currently worth about $590 billion.//////the white house is reportedly preparing to impose the first financial sanctions on iran since the two countries forged a nuclear agreement last july. reports say the planned action is reted at nearly a a zen companies and individuals in iran, hong kong and the united arab emirates for their alleged role in devloping iran's ballistic-missle program.///uber gave its one billionth ride on christmas eve in london . the ride sharing company started in san francisco five and a half years ago. the one billionth rider will get a years worth or free uber rides. the driver will get a free vacation to any uber city of his choice.
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3 a luxury hotel caught on fire - - lighting up downtown dubai's skyline just ahead of its elaborate new year's eve celebration and fireworks display. government officials say one person died from a heart attack during a stampede while the building was evacuated and more than a dozen hotel residents were treated at the scene for minor injuries.chris martinez has the details from los angeles. 3 pkg trt = 1:21 ) ----------------------- ((------pkg------))massive flames engngfed the "address hotel" -- a luxury highriri in downtown dubai in the united
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said it was chaos.((sot: voice of kenneth flynn/ escaped hotel -- skynews phoner))"the heat was so intense outside, it was unbelievable.// and just people started to panic, crushing each other trying to go downstairs and jumping ovov railings.// i couldn't believe how fast it actually happened." (10 sec)the 63-story hotel-and-condominium is located near the world's tallest skyscraper, - the burj khalifa, - where tens of thousands gathered for a new year's fireworks display. ((sot: voice of lara setrakian/ dubai-based journalist - cbsn phoner))"i used to live on the 32nd floor. and i've spent new year's eve at the address. it's really the place to be. (6 sec)the fire broke out two hours before midnight. officials rushed to evacuate the skyscraper as flames ripped through the building consuming at least 20 floors - in a matter of minutes.but some residents say the alarm didn't sound right away.((sot: voice of angus villiers/ hotel guest -- skynews phoner))"it was slightly worrying that the alarm went off essentially when the building was properly on fire. (5 sec)burning debris fell from the building...as firefighters raced to contain the blaze.crowds could heard several explosions. ((sot: voice of irene proimos/ escaped hotel l cbsn phoner)) "i just heard a big bang. hang on. was it the fireworks? officials say the hotel's
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fighting systems helped to prevent the spread of the flames.despite the fire -- dubai went ahead with its new year's eve celebration at midnight.chris martinez, cbs news. 3 officials believe the fire began on a 20th floor terrace outside of the tower.r. authorities are still trying to pinpoint the fire's cause. the us consulate general in dubai is suggesting that us citizens avoid the area.this is the second high-rise fire this year in dubai. 3 3 areas of northern england and scotland were battered by storm frank on wednesday causing severe flooding and leaving thousands without popor. heavy rain will continued to fall across northern england yesterday with the ground still saturated and river levels at recent record highs.a drone flew over peebles in scotland to survey the damage.scottish border's council says this area got the worst ofofthe
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3 3 the oigiant b-p evacuated one of its oil installations in the north sea...after a barge broke loose in a storm and was headed for the valhall oil field.the barge drifted safely past the oil field -- but remains unmanned and out of control 3 3 after the break on siouxland news at nrise...is your extra virgin olive oil real? it turns out, you can prove the authenticity. we'll show you how investigators in europe are searching for fraud against the mafia who profit from it. 3 yesterday we were 20 degrees cooler than the day before, today we are 20 degrees warmer! these big swings are
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3 "first alertrtrt3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and
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remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with increasing clouds as the week goes on.right now it looks
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3 italy is ruler of fine things - and extra virgin olive oil is king. but italian olive oil may be less virgin than you think. and the italian mafia is to blame. olive oil is just one exmple of fine italian food falling prey to gangsters. mafia knock-offs of wine, cheese, bread and more are all part of widespread food crime in italy. the italians call it "agromafia".. and it's estimated to be a 16-billion dollar a year enterprise. on "60 minutes" bill whitaker went to italy to meet the elite food police- standing up to the mafia one taste test at a time. 3 (rome market nats)leave it to the italians to fight the mafia with good taste (slurping nats montage)this panel certifies the authenticity of extra virgin olive oil - a favorite target of the agromafia.(slurping nats)they can tell at first sip whether extra virgin has been diluted with cheap
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(slurping nats)(whitaker 12:18:30) sergio -- why do they make that sound -- like they are sucking in air (tirro) they have to mist it in the back of their throats.. (whitaker) they have to suck it in the back of their throats..(tirro 12:18:57) they have to suck it in .6.. major sergio tirro is considered one of the top investigators of food fraud in europe. think elliot ness - in a uniform designed by giorgio armani. (tirro // 12:23:06) "most of the fraud has been discovered with the expertise like this" their skill is so respected - italian courts will accept taste results as evidence. tirro has 60 cops trained to do this too(nats of inspectors at factory)"vieni qui! (come here)"and 11- hundred more conducting inspections and fraud investigations. on the day we visited headquarters, officers were monitoring wiretaps and live video from hidden cameras placac in suspected warehouses around italy.(whitaker 16:44:58) this looks like the f.b.i...(tirro 16:45:12) yes. we can call ourselves the f.b.i of food
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3 still to come this morning... terror threats impacted new year's eve parties in cities around the world.we'll show you where the threats subdued the celebrations. subdued the threats where the we'll showow you worlrlaround the parties in cities year's eve impacted new threats terror this morning...still to come still to come this morning...terror threats impacted new year's eve parties in cities around the world.we'll show you where the threats subdued the celebrations. 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 jetske wauran filling in for jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and 30s for highs with even colder nights.temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with increasing clouds as the week goes on.right noit looks like we could see our first
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3 new year's celebrations around the world went off with no significant problems. the threat of terrorism did lead to tighter security than normal in many places. don champion reports from new york.3 3 (thu0409 2:05) nat dancing germans ushered in 2016 under the close watch of security officials. in berlin, revelers (thu0409 :19) were searched at a major outdoor event. (thu0390 :36) in munich, a different story. people there were told to stay away from two of stations and because of
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bombers. the warning came hours before the country rang in the new year. (thu0262 :51) in brussels, the official party was cancelled after the arrest of two men suspected of planning holiday attacks. some thought it was an overreaction. (sot thu0262 ken kinsella/resident 1:09) "i think it is backing down to the threat of terrorism. i think we should stand up and just make everything happen" (-:14) in paris, a city that saw two attacks from isis in 2015, celebrations were scaled back. (thu0262 :24) france's defense minister tried reassuring people by greeting some of the 11,000 soldiers on duty yesterday. here in the u-s in new york city, police were also on alert. more than 6-thousand nypd officers made sure the times square celebration went off without any problems. (thu0366 :27) but in rochester, in upstate new york, the fireworks display was cancelled- after the (thu0368 :05) fbi arrested this man, emanuel lutchman, for allegedly plotting a new year's eve attack on a local lutchman was an isis
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3 in california, officials say tighter security will be in place today during the annual rose bowl parade. up to 700,000 people are expected to take part in the festivities. 3 thousands of people in missouri had to celebrate new year's away from home... not historic flooding.now... iowa governor terry branstad is sending 45 iowa army national guard soldiers to help provide fresh drinking water to people affected by the floods.the soldiers will take a water purification system and 15 trucks with a 2- thousand gallon water tank with them when they deploy to high ridge, missouri... a community whose water treatment plant flooding. 3 yesterday we told you about texas senator ted cruz's next
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planning on making several other stops in northwest iowa early next week as well.the stops in carroll, onawa, cherokee, rock rapids, sibley, spirit lake, spencer and storm lake are all part of cruz's "cruzin' to caucus" bus tour. we've got the times and locations for all 9 stops on our website, siouxland news dot com. 3 3 an update this morning on democratic presidential frontrunner hillary clinton's planned stop in sioux city next tuesday.earlier this week... we found out the former secretary of state would be in town tuesday afternoon.now we know her event will be at the orpheum theatre downtown.it is scheduled totoet underway at 2- 15 tuesday. if you would like to register for the event, we have the link in this story on our website. 3 3 and one of secretary clinton's opponents for the democratic nomination will also be in siouxland this weekend.former maryland governor martin
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planned in northwest iowa. saturdayayevening, he'll be in storm lake at 5- 15 and le mars at 7 -30.sunday afternoon, he has an event scheduled for noon at the mary j. treglia house in sioux city. locations for the saturday events are posted in this story on siouxland news dot com 3 2015 packed a political nch. from email scandals... to a speaker of the house scramble.. . to some very popular yet *unconventional* presidential contenders.dianne gallagher is in washington with a breakdown of the highlights. 3 --reporter pkg as follows-- the 2016 presidential election campaign kicked into high gear. (nats-crowd applause)the crowded gop field started out with a whopping 17 candidates...and one name has dominated the political dialogue...(jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate) "donald trump."(carly fiorina/(r) presidential candidate) "donald trump."(ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate) "if you look at
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billionaire's bombastic style grabbed daily headlines... (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "i know more about isis than the general's do. believe me. i would bomb the sh** out of them.""now you 'aw, i don't know what i said. i don't remember.""excuse me sit down, you weren't called. sit down. sit down!""i don't care about megyn kelly but no, i would not apologize. she should probably apologize to me, but i just don't care." while he maintained frononunner status.the democratic field much smaller, with political power house hillary clinton fighting off junior senator bernie sanders... and his huge campaign crowds.hillary clinton's campaign trail took a dramatic turn to capitol hill in october.(hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidide) "i've lost more sleeeethan all of you put togethererthe democratic frontrunner testied in front of a house committee vestigating the benghazi tragedy.the clinton campaign calls it a political witch hunt.republicans insist it's not about clinton ... but about getting answers.another heated battle on capitol hill... over planned parenthood funding.a series of
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videos prompted a housus oversight hearing.the group behind the videos claim they show planned parenthood employees negotiating the sale of fetal tissue for profit, which is illegal.(cecile richards/president of planned parenthood) "the outrageous accusations leveled against planned parenthood are offensive and categorically untrue."some congressional republicans vowed to block k spending bill --shutting downwn the e vernment-- unless funding was stripped from planned parenthood. but a short-term plan passed that kept the organization's funding intact... preventing a government shutdown.an unexpected departure gave rise to new leadership in washington.(rep john boehner/(r) former house speaker) "i decicid today's the day i'm gogog to do this. as simime as that."then house speaker john boeoeer said the turmoil in congress led him to decide... it was time to go. after a chaotic scramble... republican congressman paul ryan was elected the 54th speaker.(rep nancy pelosi/(d) house minority leader) "it is my privelidge to hand this
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house..congressman and honorable paul ryan."ryan takes the helm with a promise to end fractious party bickering that is stalling the work of congress.in washington, i'm dianne gallagher reporting 3 a quarter-mile-long megaship that's the largest cargo ship ever to visit the u.s. eased its way under the golden gate bridge early thursday as it headed toward the port of oakland.the 1,300-foot-long benjamin franklin, the 10th largest container ship in the world, was launched from a chinese shipyard last month and arrived at the port of los angeles over the weekend.it moved under the 200-foot-high golden gate bridge at around 9:30 a.m. assisted by a fleet of tugboats and being followed by news helicopters.it then eased under the bay bridge as it headed toward berth 24 at the ports america outer harbor terminal where it will stay
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monday morning, port officials said.shipping company officials said they plan to use the ship in regular service connececng china with the west coast of the u.s. 3 3 3 3 3 back in 2014, we showed you a program to give high school dropouts a second chance.up next...we'll check in with some of the graduates of the
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3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor" 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and 30s for highs s th even colder nights.temperatures will remain in the 2020and 30s for most of next week with increasing clouds as the week goes on.right now it looks like we could see our first
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3 for five and a half months cbs news followed a group of high school dropouts through a unique program run by the national guard. it's called challenge academies. it's been a year since we saw them graduate from the program and restart their lives. its only now that the program is evaluated as a success, so michelle miller went back and check in on a 3 few of them. 3 (opening nat: shark attack) alot has changed for 18-year old adjekai stewart since we first met her in july 20-14 at sunburst youth challenge academy.(nat - shark attack) she ana 200 other rebellious, unfocused high school drop outs were getting a wake-up
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heard.(nat - shark attack)for five-and-a half months, we watched as they were transformed -- physically (nats)and emotionally.(nats) come on stewart, you can do it! stewart spent ten minutes atop this confidence-building course...(nats@013843)sergeant edwards, i can't!...before she was coaxed into taking a leap of faith.(nats)whooo, you did it!! (see crying)(sot@) (miller) "do you see though, how far you've come?"(stewart) "i have//because i felt like i was such a weak person back then.//(miller) but if you hadn't gone through that (stewart) i wouldn't be where i am, i wouldn'twhere she is -- is a first semester college student. stewart graduated challenge academy last december, then she graduated from high school in june. (stewart) " i cried the next day because i was like wow i actually finished, i actually graduated so it was really
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parker coker is almost finished too.(nats flashback) you're doing good man. you're fine. at sunburst we found a kid trying to climb out of the hole of his bad choices. back then he explained it this way: (sot@064945//071610 coker ) /you have to look ahead and its not easy to look ahead when you dont know how to, when nobody's really taught you how to.(photo senior pix) he'll graduate high school next year and plans to join the army.(sot)(miller) "got a girlfriend?"(coker) "no" (miller) why not?(coker) it's that or straight a's and i chose straight a's( smiles) (sot)(miller) where would you be if not for sunburst?" (coker) "probably in juvenile ll (pause) yeah.we heard the same from nearly all of the sunburst cadets we followed through the program. (gfx in) edward tucker graduated high school this month (in december), christa hopkins and francisco lazo are on track to get their diplomas next year. (gfx out) (nats lemaster swimming class)angel kay lemaster has dived right into her post-sunburst life -- and plans to try out for the swim team at rubidox high school. (nats - ololfile)hip hop lollipop let me hear my panthers rock!the lanky 16 year old with the buzz cut could barely hold it together during the first few days at
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story you can understand why. (old bite:) me and my mom was homeless pretty much, sleeping in cars, underneath freeways. (nats - old file)(old bite:) i was always on my own, couch- hopping my entire teenage life, which caused me to drop out.(walking with michelle)but now, she's focused on the future because she understands her past.(angel) "i messed my life up. and it's hard to sit there and think that i messed my life up so bad that i needed to go to sunburst in the first place. but it was an opportunity to open myself up and have a fresh start, a better chance.(miller) a second chance?(angel) a second
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3 jerry seinfeld is kicking off the next season of "comedians in cars getting coffee" with a special guest.we'll show you his roadtrip with the president.it's (time) this mornininthanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise.
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for our region.3 good morning, (sioux city)... it's (22) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (jc
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3 the president headlines wednesday night's season premiere of jerry seinfeld's online series, "comedians in cars getting coffee." the episode was taped earlier this month at the white house. usually seinfeld only invites other comedians to join him on the show, but he said the president has delivered just enough funny lines to qualify. chip 3 reid reports. 3 (++pkg++) (sot obama 3 seinfeld) jerry: "are you ready?" obama: "i got some stuff to do." (narr 1) if you were expecting a conversation *percolating* with domestic and foreign policy -- that's just not jerry seinfeld's brand. (sot obama seinfeld) jerry: "are these washed?" (points to apples on oval office coffee table) obama:
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that there's anything wrong with that.(sot obama seinfeld) obama: "i do really well with the zero to 8 demographic. my ears are big, so i look a little like a cartoon character, and so little kids love saying my name. that's funny." obama: "but it's all one big name. it's barack-obama" jerry: it is one of those names that you could compress into one word" obama: "into one word. it's barack-obama." it's like a nickelodeon thing." (nats obama seinfeld) "this is called the beast, it's a caddy." (narr 3) seinfeld wasn't the only one with an american muscle car (sot obama seinfeld) obama: "i could call a nuclear submarine right here from this.. i bet you don't have that." jerry: "i don't have that." obama: "it's a cool feature, plus seat warmers.." (narr 4) a leader of the *comedy world* strolled the white house grounds with *the* leader of the *free world* -- and like the coffee, the conversation flowed. (sot obama seinfeld) jerry: "how far can you wander around up there, in your underwear, how far can you get before there's people and it's not cool?" obama: "it's not cool, generally, wandering around in my underwear." (coffee pour transition) (sot obama seinfeld) obama: "the first night, and you're sleeping at the white housejerry: "right! right!" obama: "it's not like it's a hotel room, so you're looking around like what the hell is this, right? jerry: "right, night at the museum." obama: "that's how it feels probably the first week" (narr 5) the 61 year old comedian was able to pull back the curtain on the 44th commander in chief, with a surprisingly candid discussion. (sot obama seinfeld) jerry: "how many world leaders do you think are just completely out of their
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sizeable percentage." (coffee pour transition) (sot obama seinfeld) obama: "so you're a funny guy, you go on some late night talk shows, people think you're funny they give you a show, and the next thing you know you've made like a ridiculous amount of money.." jerry: "so much more than you ananyet, how do i seem to you? do i seem spoiled, out of touch?"obama: "well i don't know." jerry: "you have a pretty good instinct for people" obama: "right now you seem like a completely normal guy." jerry: "well, im putting on an act, like everyone else does for you." obama: "that's my point." (narr 6) and when you're at the president's house -- it's only polite to let him drive. (sot obama seinfeld) jerry: "i like the hand hanging over the wheel" obama: "i mean if you're driving a vette, you gotta be doing it that way. you can't be doing the 12 and 2 thing." jerry: "ha yeahh!"obama: "i'm appreciably cooler than i was
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3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and 30s for highs with even colder nights. temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with increasing clouds as the week goes on. right now it looks like we could see our first snow of 2016 wednesday night. 3 3
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time for a trip 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...take a look at the new galaxy recently captured by the hubble space telescope.at only a mere 230 million light years away -- the new galaxy is forming out of what used to be two separate ones.nasa says although it looks chaotic now, the new galaxy will eventually settle down into a stable
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3 3 coming up this morning in your 6 o'clock hour...a data breach has exposed the personal information for 191-million americans.we'll show you how every registered voter is at risk.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx)
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here on siououou3 3 here's a look at your weather
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3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 despite fears of terrorism, people rang in the new year around the world with fireworks and celebrations. one of the largest was in new york city's times square, where about a million people gathered to watch the giant crystal ball drop without incident. but security was heavy. at least 6-thousand heavily armed police officers protected the crowd.police in munich, germany clclred two train stations on new year's eve after they say they received a "serious, imminent threat.". officials warned of possible suicide bombers and said isis was behind the threat.and, at least 14 people were hurt when a luxury hotel became engulfed in flames in dubai. the 63-story hotel and apartment building near the world's tallest skyscraper
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before midnighgh despite the fire, dubai still celebrated 2016 with a massive fireworks show. 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 see in an hour on cbs "this morning". i'm jeff glor.. coming up.. toast the new year, as we visit a university where students can get a *degree* in beer. training america's future brewers, coming up on cbs this morning. 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jetske wauran filling in for
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cat taylor.3 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and 30s for highs with even colder nights.temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with increasing clouds as the week goes on.right now it looks like we could see our first snow of 2016 wednesday night. 3 3 3 there has been a massive breach of voter information affecting nearly everyone registered to vote in the united states. it comes just
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general election year when voters will head to the polls. mark albert has more from washington. 3 (pkg)just over four weeks away from iowa's first-in-the- nation caucuses, security researchers have discovered a massive data file containing personal information on 191 million voters left unsecured online.(gfx)the database includes voters' names, addresses, phone numbers, birth dates, political affiliations and voting history since the year 2000, according to cso online - which discovered the breach. (sot: david gordon/director, lightcyber)"i think it's a big impact."david gordon is a new york-based director at lightcyber, a data security firm.(sot: mark albert/cbs news/washington, d.c.)"if i'm a registered voter, am i at risk?"(sot: david gordon/direct or, lightcyber)"you are at risk in terms of disclosing information.""i don't think proper security protocols are in place and i think really everybody has a role in it."
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but many states restrict how the information can be used and by whom.(sot: mark albert/cbs news/washington, d.c.)"so david, what should voters do now?"(sot: david gordon/director, lightcyber) "really, the only recourse voters would have is to lobby their representatives to secure the network in a way that's proper."the us federal elections commission tells cbs news it does not have the access or authority to protect voter records... that's left to the states.california has already launched an investigation.mark albert, cbs news, washington. 3 it's not clear who built the database, but typically voter information must be obtained from each state. that's why the existence of a publicly- available *central* database could be so appealing to thieves. the new york times reports that as of wednesday night, the database was no longer accessible online. 3 police in storm lake are looking for a man believed to be responsible for breaking into his girlfriend's house
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her.storm lake police say 28- year- old domonick tribble broke into his estranged girlfriend's house through her bedroom window wednesday afternoon,once inside... he attacked the woman and stole her cell phone before running away.police have so far been unable to find him.he's described as a black man standing 6 foot 4 inches and weighing around 180 pounds.he has a tattoo of the name "nick" on his left arm, and a skull on his right arm. if you know where he is... you're asked to call storm lake police. 3 with folks celebrating the new year, the woodbury county sheriff's office is taking part in the national crackdown on drunk driving.thousands of law enforcement officers across the country spent the evening on the lookout for impaired drivers, hoping to cut down on the number of drunk driving fatalities both in iowa and across the country. 3 "this time of year is obviously people are celebrating for the new years.
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time, but at the same time be responsible and make sure that they do have access to a designated driver or a family member that would be able to pick them up."and attorney ed keane's "safe ride" program offered free taxi rides to those who couldn't drive home. 3 it was a great end to 2015 for the food bank of siouxland. 3 earlier this week... the agency received a donation of 10- thousand dollars from the union pacific railroad. yesterday...the woodhouse auto family donated 78- thousand dollars to support the food bank's backpack program.staff at woodhouse chrysler in sioux city raised money all month prior to yesterday morning's donation. 3 "it's an awesome feeling to be able to give back, you know we all do well here and be able to give some of that back to this community through the foodbank program is just awesome."this is the third year for woodhouse's backpack
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serves 16- hundred students at 6 area schools each week.each sack of food given out costs 4 dollars to make... and provides kids with food to eat at home during the weekend. 3 a native american group is hoping for a healthy new year for its members.the nebraska indian community college's office of tribal outreach held a pow-wow at west high in sioux city yesterday afternoon.in addition to a presentation on healthy lifestyles for the new year... the event hopes to provide a space the celebrates native cultures and a more healthy lifestyle. 3 "it's very important to the community because it's a drug free event, and alcohol free event, and it's a family event. it's and intertribal pow-wow which mean that anybody can come here and dance with us, not just dancers themselves."in addition to yesterday afternoon's pow wow... the organizers put together a new year's party to give native people a healthy alternative to alcohol to
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3 u.s. authorities arrested nearly five dozen people this year in the u.s. for helping to support isis...the *largest* number of terrorism- related arrests in the country in a single year since 9/11.in this morning's safe and secure report... national correspondent jeff barnd takes a look at the surge in isis-related arrests stateside. 3 thursday 3 police announced the arrest of being an isis sympathizer and planning to kill patrons at an area bar on new year's eve california a husband and wife kill 14 people and injured scores of others. authorities say the wife pledged her alleigance to isis the *day* chief topics of discussion at a town hall meeting entitled "terrorism at home"at our baltimore /sot/tony shaffer wbff_townhall 9:13 "to ignore the overseas locations will only precipitate more domestic attacks so we have to look at this as a whole. 9:17 /bridge/ 71 isis-related arrests have occurred between spring 2014 and this december on us soil. experts say.. the fbi has already made arrests in *21* states /kosta's map/ those arrests stretch from california to massachusetts. the study says new york state has the *most* fbi arrests with 14. minnesota comes in second with 11./vo/ one
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arrests? profiling people on *previous actions*.. not race nor religion./sot/shaffer 18:48 "screening your mother's best friend who plays bridge in an enhanced way when she lives in minot north dakota is not going to get you any several world leaders say islamic radical idealogy *is* a threat to global citizenship with re-heel raza a sunni muslim..and .. president of facing tomorrow"/sot/ 25:52 ms. raza.. are you muslim? yes not offesive to you? no.. its not.. why not? well, if you're it be offisenve? but would any other kind of radicaliztion be a threat to anyplace else? today, we are not talking about any other kind of radicicaliaztion. today we are talking about islamic radical ideology that's all over the world 26:11 /vo/ the panel says agrees as long as arrests are made *before* the fact another catastrophie stateside *can* be avoided. in washington... i'm jeff barnd
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3 two red panda cubs are getting their first taste of snow at a chicago zoo.lincoln park zoo showed clark and addison experiencing ththflaky white stuff wednesday at the zoo's lion house.the cubs were born back in june, and introduced to the public in october.despite their name, red pandas are not related to the more-familiar giant panda. red pandas resemble raccoons, and come from the himalayas. but they are now a vulnerable
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loss of habitat.3 3 3 3 the muskies struck early against the lancers. see if they could hold the lead late. chris neyenhouse is next with sports. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 "weather on the ones, 3 3 sports, with sports director chris neyenhouse.good morning siouxland, here's a look at your morning sports.the musketeers are in a logjam in the ushl's western conference standings. entering tonight's matchup with the lancers there were six teams within 6 points of each other for the third seed in the western conference. at the head of that line: the lancers. right in the middle the a win would be to climb that ladder! it was a packed house on this new year's eve! 1) less than a minute in! matt steeves drops it off to connor valesano who lights the lamp! and just like that the fans get what see on the first shot of the game! 2) then the muskies had opportunity. but elli tolvanen's shot is saved by skog zackarius.3) back come the lancers on the attack! but cam gornet is there to make the save! gornet.4) and then about five minutes left in the period gornet comes up big again. he had a perfect first period. 1-0 after onemuskies go on to win 4-1. goals by tolvanen, wisocky amd wilkens. and someone won 5 grand hitting from winnavegas hitting a shot at first intermission too! iowa and nebraska in women's basketball action in lincoln! both teams receiving votes in the ap poll but unranked.1) 2nd qtr now - alexa kastanek with the 3 hawkeyes up 29-18.2) end of the 2nd qtr - iowa -ally disterhoft 3 to beat the buzzer hawkeyes go into halftime up 42-283) 3rd qtr - kyndal clark steal and buckethuskers down 9 and look it's the new year's baby already! 4) on to the 3rd qtr - jess shepard with the bucket down lownebraska though still down 7 at that point. they needed a comeback. 5) and in the 4th qtr - under 20 seconds to go... natalie romeo hits the 3huskers down 3.but the hawkeyes hit their free throws down the stretchiowa wins 74-68lisa bluder/iowa head coach"i think our team withstood the momentum swing that they had in the second half. and when we got to three i thought we handled that situation this is a good done that all year. they've made second comebacks all i think this is a great way for iowa to start big ten play with a road victory. just extremely proud of the women who are up here on the bench with me."
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oklahoma's sam perine rushed for 1 yard touchdown! oklahoma is up 7 - 0! but in the 2nd quarter trickeration from clemson! fake punt! the play always works in madden and it does here too. punter andy teasdall passed to christian wilkins for a 31 yard gain it leads to atd! 3rd qtr-- now clemson down one. wayne gallman. the gall of this man! it's a 1 yard touchdown 23-17 clemson! and clemson is headed to the national championship game thanks to plays like this! deshaun watson to hunter renfrow for the 35 yard touchdown 30-17 at that point! clemson wins 37-17 they are headed to the national championship game. bama and michigan state for the right to play clemson for the national title. mark dantonio (msu) talking to tom izzo (msu head basketball coach) before the game. 1) no score in the 2nd quarter alabama's jake ridley down to the michigan 1 yard l 2) that setthis dhenry 1 yard td run 7-0 alabama3) in the sparty's connor cook is intercepted by cyrus jones of the tide. it was only 10-0 at the half. but alabama turns on thjets in the second half. ato the championshgame nmonday iowa fans are like hey wedone than msu right they get oand prove it tomorrow inpasadena tomorrow at the they'll takea stanteam tpac nd had aspirations ththis season.but awkeyes are making practichang othe foster homefive southerncalifornia. they plcatch signed autogrhyou can imagloved it. child: "they signed my helmet. thesignedfootball. an we get tthrow around." repor"athey pretty gochild: "yethey're fridaychild: that's it for your morning sportscast.be sure to join us for sportsat
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one of the biggest bands of the 80s is calling it a career.
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break. 3 here's a look at your "feels like" temperatures across the
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and 30s for highs with even colder nights.temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with increasing clouds as the week goes on.right now it looks like we could see our first snow of 2016 wednesday night. 3 3 taylor swift was pop music's queen of 2015... star wars climbs ever higher worldwide... and motley crue calls it a career. chris martinez has your eye on entertainment. 3 pkg script:the end of 2015 also meant the end of motley crue... after almost 35 years of heavy metal, hairspray and 100 million albums sold worldwide, the band gave its final performance last night at the staples center in their los angeles. fans who missed the final performance can take heart - it will be released on dvd later this year.//nats music"star wars: the force on the top-grossing films of all time. the latest numbers one-point-29 billion dollars worldwide - good enough for list. the animated disney film, "frozen" had held that spot, but given the force of go.'//nats music... and both 2015 and 1989 were good for topped the list of worldwide tours last year for her pollstar says she took in just over a quarter billion dollars world wide... beating second-place ac/dc by 70 million dollars. one rounded out the top five. entertainment... chris
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3 here's what we're talking facebook this morning... happy new year, everybody! do you have a new year's resolution? 3 3 3 resolution?year's you have a new everybody! do year, happy new morning...facebook this about on 3 3 taylor swift was pop music's queen of 2015... star wars climbs ever higher worldwide... and motley crue calls it a career. chris martinez has your eye on entertainment. 3 pkg script:the end of 2015 also meant the end of motley crue... after almost 35 years of heavy metal, hairspray and 100 million albums sold worldwide, the band gave its final performance last night at the staples center in their hometown of los angeles. fans who missed the final performance can take heart - it will be released on dvd later this year.//nats music "star wars: the force awakens" continues its assault on the top-grossing films of all time. the latest numbers show the film has taken in one-point-29 billion dollars
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list. the animated disney film, "frozen" had held that spot, but given the force of "the force," it had to 'let it go.'//nats music... and both 2015 and 1989 were good for taylor swift. the pop star topped the list of worldwide tours last year for her star-studded "1989" tour. pollstar says she took in just over a quarter billion dollars world wide... beating second-place ac/dc by 70 million dollars. one direction, u2 and foo fighters rounded out the top five. that's your eye on . chris
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... happy new year, everybody! do you have a new year's 3 resolution? 3 3 still to come this morning... people in missouri will finally see water from the mississippi river start to recede following some of the worst flooding since the historic floods of 1993.we'll show you when they will get
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relief.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on
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morning news are all ahead.3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.3 i'm jetske wauran filling in for jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and 30s for highs with even colder nights.temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with increasing clouds as the week goes on.right now it looks
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3 people in missouri will finally see water from the mississippi river start to recede following some of the worst flooding since the historic floods of 1993. the extreme flooding has killed at least 12 people in missouri alone. david begnaud (beg-no) has more. 3 (nats aerials) the mississippi river rose today just south of st. louis before cresting at 42 and a half feet - nearly twelve feet above flood stage. in near jefferson county, john houser lives in the city of arnold. (sot john houser - home owner in missouri thu0216)
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the water and it's up to the red line right there. just tryin' to keep the pumps running and make sure the wall doesn't fail and hope the water goes down in a hurry,". // (00:50) overnight, the floodwater snarled traffic for miles and today missouri's busy i fifty five became the second major interstate closed this week. gene liston was stuck in the middle of it. (sot gene liston; driver; thu0023)"there's nowhere you can go! you know? i mean it's water, but you know if there's enough of it you can't do anything." across missouri, more than 12 people have been killed due to the extreme flooding... (nats - house crash) ...its washed away homes... (nats bridge) ...bridges... (nats) ...and shut down water treatment plants. steve stenger is the executive of st louis county. begnaud: how many miles of st. louis county are under water that should be dry?county exec: very close to us here we have about 7 miles that should be dry. back in the city arnold, police chief robert shockey says the worst may be ahead. sot - robert shockey,
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"we're to the point now that if we hit 49 foot the sandbagging wont hold it back, were going to lose probably 100 to 150 new homes will be effected if not more..."3 tag 3 thousands of people in missouri had to celebrate new year's away from home... not by choice, but because of that historic flooding.now... iowa governor terry branstad is sending 45 iowa army national guard soldiers to help provide fresh drinking water to people affected by the floods.the soldiers will take a water purification system and 15 trucks with a 2- thousand gallon water tank with them when they deploy to high ridge, missouri... a community whose water treatment plant
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3 yesterday we told you about texas senator ted cruz's planned stop at dordt college next tuesday.now we know he's planning on making several other stops in northwest iowa early next week as well.the stops in carroll, onawa, cherokee, rock rapids, sibley, spirit lake, spencer and storm lake are all part of cruz's "cruzin' to caucus" bus tour. we've got the times and locations for all 9 stops on our website, siouxland news dot com. 3 3 an update this morning on democratic presidential frontrunner hillary clinton's planned stop in sioux city next tuesday.earlier this week... we found out the former secretary of state would be in town tuesday afternoon.now we know her event will be at the orpheum theatre downtown.it is scheduled to get underway at 2- 15 tuesday. if you would like to register for the event, we have the link in this story on our website. 3 3 and one of secretary clinton's
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nomination will also be in siouxland this weekend.former maryland governor martin o'malley has three stops planned in northwest iowa. saturday evening, he'll be in storm lake at 5- 15 and le mars at 7 -30.sunday afternoon, he has an event scheduled for noon at the mary j. treglia house in sioux city. locations for the saturday events are posted in this story on siouxland news dot com 3 millions raised a glass last night to ring in the new year. for some that glass was filled with orange wine.this new drink is actually very old.3 karina mitchell explains. 3 (vo-new york)at this new york city wine bar customers aren't just ordering red or white - but - *orange*(sot-)"it's different"orange wine - which looks almost amber - gets its color by leaving crushed white grapes in contact with their skin for an extended period. (sot-seth raphaeli/drinks
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like a complex white wine but you could serve it with a cheeseburger or meat."(bridge: karina mitchell/cbs news/new york)first produced thousands of years ago in eastern europe , orange wine faded as other varieties flourished. but now restaurants nationwide are adding it to their menus. sot-joe campanale/co-owner, anfora)"i think there's a lot of people who are curious about it."joe campanale co-owner and executive beverage director of anfora says it's a return to a style that was displaced by dry white wines in the 1960s. and it's creating buzz.((sot-jc)"i think a lot of people like the sense of discovery and for me these wines represent so much of what's very old and what's news."(or)(sot- jc)"i find with these wines you either love them or you hate them - there's very little middle ground."(sot)(km) "have you ever had orange wine before?" (elliot davies) "never had it or heard of it."(sot)(jason sanders) "it didnt have that orange flavor i was expecting, and a little too much acidity for me."(sot)(zac morrow) "yeah.. i like it."although it is enjoying a resurgence - campanale says orange wine is unlikely to go mainstreamthat wont stop some enthusiasts from wanting another pour.(sot) (km) "would you order it again?"(sr) "definitely. with
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3 experts say if you like sherry you will probably enjoy orange wine. they also add it's generally pricier than other wines and pairs well with meat and fish and the recommendatio n is to serve it at cellar temperature. 3 a woman is searching for the owner of a wedding ring after it was found in a pair of men's jeans she ordered for her husband as a christmas gift.jeannette reyes from our sister station in washington has more on this story. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- jean remini ordered this pair of men's jeans from neiman marcus for her husband as a christmas present.the package arrived yesterday at her home in new york city.her husband tried the jeans on-- put his hands in the pockets and found this wedding ring--take a look. the ring is either white gold or sterling silver with a date engraved on it--.seven for all mankind is the brand name for the jeans.they are a size 38 and they were shipped from neiman marcus in tyson's galleria mall."this is
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important to someone. i know how important it is...i lost my engagement ring and still haven't found it. so this is very close to my heart and i really want to find the owner." we just got off the phone with neiman marcus they tell us they were just made aware of this and are working diligently on their end to get 3 3 up next in your healthwatch... it's the time of year that many of us decide to lose weight.we'll show you a program that aims to make fitness a life-long goal.
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meteorologist cat taylor" 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and nights.temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with increasing clouds as the week goes on.right now it looks like we could see our first snow of 2016 wednesday night.
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3 3 new government data shows deaths related to heart failure are on the rise after more than a decade of decline. the cdc says the uptick started in 2012. heart failure is now a contributing cause in nearly 310-thousand deaths a year. the rate was higher for men than for women. 3 3 scientists say they've developed a gene-editing technique that may one day stop the progression of a common form of muscular dystrophy. university of texas researchers were able to correct the gene mutation that causes the disease in mice. dmd - the most common form of muscular dystrophy affects one in 5-thousand boys and often leads to premature death.
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year's resolution to lose weight and get in shape, a school program in los angeles is helping students make physical fitness a life-long goal. chris martinez show us how. 3 fonts::20-:25 percival de la cruz/physical education instructor::34-:38 dr. anastasia sideris/ professor of urban planning, ucla 1:00-1:05 leslie marticorana/ freshman pkg trt = 1:16 ) ((nats @ 19:18:12))these are just the warm ups at this los angeles high school physical education class has a whole new look. ((nats @ 19:28:10)) you can do it!... the innovative program called sound body-sound mind provides underserved schools in l-a with state of the art fitness equipment along with lesson plans designed to boost student's confidence and make fitness fun. ((percival de la cruz/physical education instructor @ 19:38:30))what it's actually doing is setting them up to be active for a whole life for their whole lives. experts say that's badly needed in los angeles - where more than 40 percent of young people under 18 are either obese or overweight. ((dr. anastasia sideris/ professor of urban planning, ucla @ 8:14))every kid should be able to enjoy physical activity and exercise ucla professor anastasia sideris says the program's is seen on how well students perform on california's standardized physical fitness test.among those that took part in sound body-sound mind - the percentage of students who passed the test *tripled*. freshman leslie marticorana says she feels the benefits both in and out of school. ((leslie marticorana/ freshman @ 19:33:46))it keeps me healthy and so the fact that i'm healthy, it helps, like, my brain just work better. the program is in nearly 100 middle and high schools in los angeles - and could be
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3 the program, run by ucla health sound body sound mind foundation costs about $3 million dollars, which also includes maintenance for the equipment and extracurricular staffing. 3 3 back in 2014, we showed you a program to give high school dropouts a second chance.up next...we'll check in with
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hospital) camera. 3 for five and a half months cbs news followed a group of high school dropouts through a unique program run by the national guard. it's called challenge academies. it's been a year since we saw them graduate from the program and restart their lives. its only now that the program is evaluated as a success, so michelle miller went back and
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3 (opening nat: 3 shark attack)alot has changed for 18-year old adjekai stewart since we first met her in july 20-14 at sunburst youth academy.(nat - shark attack)she and 200 other rebellious, unfocused high school drop outs were getting a wake-up call like none they'd ever heard.(nat - shark attack)for five-and-a half months, we watched as they were transformed -- physically (nats)and emotionally.(nats) come on stewart, you can do it! stewart spent ten minutes atop this confidence-building course...(nats@013843)sergeant edwards, i can't!...before she was coaxed into taking a leap of faith.(nats)whooo, you did
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how far you've come?"(stewart) "i have//because i felt like i was such a weak person back then.//(miller) but if you hadn't gone through that (stewart) i wouldn't be where i am, i wouldn'twhere she is -- is a first semester college student. stewart graduated challenge academy last december, then she graduated from high school in june. (stewart) " i cried the next day because i was like wow i actually finished, i actually graduated so it was really cool."(nats coker:)17-yr-old parker coker is almost finished too.(nats flashback) you're doing good man. you're fine. at sunburst we found a kid trying to climb out of the hole of his bad choices. back then he explained it this way: (sot@064945//071610 coker ) /you have to look ahead and its not easy to look ahead when you dont know how to, when nobody's really taught you how to.(photo senior pix) he'll graduate high school next year and plans to join the army.(sot)(miller) "got a girlfriend?"(coker) "no" (miller) why not?(coker) it's that or straight a's and i chose straight a's( smiles) (sot)(miller) where would you be if not for sunburst?" (coker) "probably in juvenile hall (pause) yeah.we heard the same from nearly all of the sunburst cadets we followed through the program. (gfx in) edward tucker graduated high school this month (in december), christa hopkins and francisco lazo are on track to get their diplomas next year. (gfx out) (nats lemaster swimming class)angel kay lemaster has dived right into her post-sunburst life -- and plans to try out for the swim team at rubidox high school. (nats - old file)hip hop lollipop let me hear my panthers rock!the lanky 16 year old with the buzz cut could barely hold it together during the first few days at sunburst. if you listen to her story you can understand why. (old bite:) me and my mom was homeless pretty much, sleeping in cars, underneath freeways. (nats - old file)(old bite:) i was always on my own, couch- hopping my entire teenage life, which caused me to drop out.(walking with michelle)but now, she's focused on the future because she understands her past.(angel) "i messed my life up. and it's hard to sit there and think that i messed my life up so bad that i needed to go to sunburst in the first place. but it was an opportunity to open myself up and have a fresh start, a better chance.(miller) a second chance?(angel) a second
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3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 we will see plenty of sunshine for the start of 2016, but it will stay cool through the weekend. temperatures will remain mostly in the 20s and 30s for highs with even colder nights.temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s for most of next week with goes on.right now it looks like we could see our first snow of 2016 wednesday night. 3 animals available looking for great families to take them great families looking for available animals adorable
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3 3 there are *a lot* of adorable animals available looking for great families to take them home. and they're all at the siouxland humane society. 3 one of them is abby... she's a 12 year old domestic shorthair... and she loves to stretch out in the sun... or curl up in her cat bed.abby also loves to snuggle. and she's spayed and front declawed.you can find abby... and a lot of other pets looking for a home... at 10 - 15 tri - view avenue.the siouxland humane society is open from 10 to 5 tuesday through saturday.
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they're closed mondays.3 3 we'll take a look at your news and weather to go coming up after the break...you're watching siouxland news at sunrise.
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3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (yankton) on the (lewis and clark specialty hospital) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3
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3 despite fears of terrorism, people rang in the new year around the world with fireworks and celebrations. one of the largest was in new york city's times square, where about a million people gathered to watch the giant crystal ball drop without incident. but security was heavy. at least 6-thousand heavily armed police officers protected the crowd.police in munich, germany cleared two train stations on new year's eve after they say they received a "serious, imminent threat.". officials warned of possible suicide bombers and said isis was behind the threat.and, at least 14 people were hurt when a luxury hotel became engulfed in flames in dubai. the 63-story hotel and apartment building near the world's tallest skyscraper caught fire about two hours before midnight. despite the fire, dubai still celebrated 2016 with a massive fireworks show. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the
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3 if you're hitting the road this weekend, here's a look at the cheapest places to fill up in town before you go, according to gasbuddy.com. looks like regular gas is 1.68 a gallon at casey's over on south lakeport, 1.89 a gallon at hy-vee in norfolk and 1.75 a gallon at kum and go over in elk point.3 3 captioning funded by cbs
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