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with us on this xxx 3 morning. 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26. fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start to pick up, moving the fog out. winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need to stay tuned
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3 president obama begins a major push today -- to tackle gun violence during his final year in office. part of the president's plan includes action to close the so-called gun-show loophole. the topic is becoming a major focus for candidates vying for the white house. brian webb has the latest on the presidential campaign from new york. 3 -nats-(vo hillary clinton keene nh)democratic front runner hillary clinton is praising president obama for executive actions he intends to unveil this week -- that would strengthen background checks on gun purchases:(sot clinton) if congress won't act we have to do something about the fact 33-thousand people a year die from guns.bernie sanders, who's trailing clinton in the polls, also backed the president's moves. on sunday, the vermont senator criticized republicans for
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on the issue.(sot sanders) "i would prefer that we could have bipartisan support, but the truth is republicans are not interested in doing anything about gun safety." republican presidential contenders are already threatening to undo any of the president's actions.donald trump lead the charge during an appearance on cbs' face the nation - (sot trump) "i don't like anything having to do with changing our second amendment. we have plenty of rules and regulations. // all they want to do is blame the guns. and it's not the gun that pulls the trigger. several other gop contenders expressed similar views:(sot christie fox news sunday) "this president wants to act as if he's a king, as if he's a dictator."(sot rubio) "we elected a president that has waged war on the constitution." president obama will meet with attorney general loretta lynch later today to discuss new actions the he can take to help reduce gun violence.brian webb for cbs news. 3 sources tell cbs news those options president obama is looking into include:--
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who is "in the business" of selling guns so that more gun sales trigger background checks, and -- requiring enhanced reporting and tracking of lost and stolen guns. 3 a group of anti-government protesters took over a federal building in burns, oregon saturday. 3 the group was led by ammon bundy, son of cliven bundy, who was most famous for an armed standoff with the government over grazing rights in nevada in 2014. the takeover was in protest of the pending imprisonment of dwight and steve hammond, local ranchers who were convicted in 2012 for setting fires on federal land and were ordered to return to prison after a re-sentencing last october. 3 "it is the people's facility. owned by the people and it has been provided for us to be able to come together and unite and making a hard stand against this over-reach. this taking of the people's land
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resources."bundy said the federal government has expanded the refugee land at the expense of ranchers...sayi ng they're occupying the building because quote, "the people have abused long enough." 3 a sioux city man is in custody after a pursuit in downtown sioux citytake a look at this video, sent to us by ashley johnson. that pursuit ended around 11-25 yesterday morning. the male suspect was driving a red ford taurus. he fled from the iowa state patrol, after what was supposed to be a routine traffic stop. he then drove in high speeds across downtown sioux city. after being pursued several blocks, iowa state patrol, used a pit maneuver to stop the vehicle, causing it to spin out of control and hit the front of the chesterfield on fourth street. the building's front window is damaged. 3 3 that suspect--32-year-old jesse jacob brubaker of sioux city. attempted to flee on foot but was arrested on the scene.
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1-thousand* 9-hundred dollar bond at the woodbury county jail. 3 he is being charged with eluding a police officer- a serious misdemeanor. 3 he is also charged with driving with a suspended license, 3 reckless driving and failure to stop at a stop sign. 3 with the winter weather, comes winter-time musical favorites.more than a hundred people attended the "music to chase away the winter blues" event at the betty strong encounter center yesterday. the free event featured talented musicians including father and son singer- songwriters jack and mike langley, who performed a variety of old winter blues. director of the center, marcia poole tells us, its a great way to kick off the new year. 3 "you know, the holidays are over. i think we all know that winter is finally here, and what better way to lift the spirits and start the long journey through winter than
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singers and songwriters have been performing together on- stage for nearly 40 years. 3 city officials in cape girardeau, missouri are cautiously optimistic that the mississippi river may have reached its peak.recent measurements taken have the river level at 48-point-49 feet, and appears to be falling.the previously projected peak level was listed as 50 feet by early this morning but the tide seems to be turning for residents of the area. 3 "well you wish they took the buyout years ago / now we're dealing with this again and nobody wants to have to deal with something like this. (ever think you're going to see something like this in your lifetime?) you don't plan on seeing floods like '93 like this one; these are really
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on."3 crews will continue to inspect wall and levee structures several times a day while the water remains elevated. 3 a new program in iowa protects survivors of abuse by keeping their home addresses concealed from public documents. reporter sarah greene has more on the 'safe at home' program. 3 as of january first, abuse survivors living in iowa can keep their home address confidential. that means things like driver's licenses, utility bills, and even voter registration can use a substitute address.the shelter manager from winnie's place, an emergency shelter for homeless and abused women, says the program makes it more difficult for an abuser to find a victim. (kit miller/shelter manager)"they have a little bit...one more step of protection, that will take, um, somebody a little more work to find where they're at." mail sent to the substitute address gets forwarded by the secretary of state's office to the confidential address of the
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(sarah greene)"the safe at home program helps survivors of abuse not live in fear of everyday tasks like taking a walk in their neighborhood or simply checking the mail. " (abuse survivor)"you would always be looking over your shoulder, you'd be afraid to do anything in public. i'm not sure if i would even want to leave my house."(kit miller/shelter manager) "somebody's sister or friend works at a convenience store and knows or sees that id can very easily let the abuser know." one domestic and sexual abuse survivor says the program will make a big difference for others like her. (abuse survivor)"a lot of things are public record these days, and even though you try and hide where you're at and your identity you do what you can, if they really want to they can find where you're at. and this law stops that." not only does 'safe at home' keep survivors safe, it helps them feel at home too. (kit miller/shelter manager)"home is supposed to be your refuge, and so you need to feel like you have a safety net there and you have some comfort, and you have the ability to relax after all feeling safe, comfortable and relaxed is what being home is all about. 3 twins share lots of things but these two siblings won't have
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party.they were born on different days and different years in san diego.a baby girl was born one minute before midnight on new year's eve.her twin brother was born two minutes after midnight on new year's day.both babies are happy and healthy.their parents weren't expecting them for another month.they had to cancel their new year's eve plans for their exciting special delivery. 3 3 3 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. expect fog to linger into midday and make your drive into work a little difficult. 3 3 coming up this morning on siouxland news at sunrise... tensions are rising in the
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executed a populer shiite cleric.we'll show you why the saudis are now cutting ties with iran. 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 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26. fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start to pick up, moving the fog out. winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on
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light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the powerball jackpot keeps getting bigger. what would you do if you won the lottery? 3 mcdonald's is giving us a look at the fast food of the future...brian webb is in new york with your c-b-s moneywatch. 3 drivers paid the second cheapest gas prices in 10 years during 2015. prices haven't been that lwo since 2009 according the triple-a. the annual average price of gas in 2015 was $2.40 per gallon about 94 cents less than in 2014. today's average gallon of gas is down to two
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2015 without any fireworks. on thursday the dow close down 178 points. the nasdaq closed down 58.the dow jones industrial average lost 2.23 percent for the year. the nasdaq composite gained 5.73 the markets reopen monday morning.///as the year begins - ferrari will become its own company -- ending fiat chrysler's major stake that dates back to 1969. the plan is to elevate ferrari's profile as a global luxury goods company like burberry or tiffany, so that wall street can more accurantly value the company. ///and mcdonald's is offering a glimpse into what the fast food chain may look like in the future. "mcdonalds next" is a food bar styled restaurant recently opened in hong kong. it offers customers the chance to customize burgers and salads on touchscreens, then assembly- line workers create the meals behind a sheet of glass similar to what you see at
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log onto cbs money watch dot com. in new york, i'm brian webb. 3 3 yesterday, saudi arabia cut ties with iran, giving iranian diplomats 48 hours to leave the kingdom.it follows the storming of the saudi embassy in iran this weekend.these two middle east power-players: saudi arabia, dominated by sunni muslims... and iran, dominated by shiite muslims - are separated by the persian gulf - and a religious divide that goes back 14-hundred years. but the rift appears to have reached a new and dangerous level after the saudis executed 47 people, including a prominent shiite cleric.holly williams is in istanbul with more. 3 saudi arabia's execution of a shiite cleric - nimr al-nimr - (best violent clashes) .. has enflamed a centuries-old
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shiite muslims. (saudi embassy in tehran) saudi arabia severed diplomatic ties with shiite-dominated iran - after an irate mob ransacked the saudi arabian embassy in the iranian capital, tehran. 42 people were later arrested - though iran has now also named the street in honor of nimr al-nimr. (khamanei - sound up speaking) iran's supreme leader - the ayatollah ali khamanei - said that saudi arabia will face divine revenge for the execution. (kashmir) in indian kashmir today police used tear gas and rubber bullets against an angry crowd protesting the killing of the shiite cleric. (protest in beirut with people holding nimr posters, police and army guard embasssy) and in lebanon, protestors also targeted the saudi embassy - heavily guarded by the army and police. (saudi king? - make sure you use the current one) saudi arabia is ruled by a sunni muslim monarchy. (2012 protests) nimr al-nimr demanded equality for shiites - and called for peaceful protests during the arab spring. (shot in back of car, end on still of al-nimr) he was shot and arrested in 2012 - and sentenced to death two years later for crimes including disobeying saudi
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says it's worried the execution of nimr al-nimr will exacerbate religious tensions. but jeff, saudi arabia is unrepentant, and says al-nimr - along with 46 other people it executed yesterday - was put to death in compliance with islamic law.) 3 3 after the break on siouxland news at sunrise...so you've decided you're going to get healthy for 2016, but unlike last year, you think you're actually going to do it this timewe'll show you how much exercise you need in the new year. 3 visibility is less than 1/4 mile in some places and may be freezing on surfaces. take it
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor"
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effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26. fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start to pick up, moving the fog out. winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need to stay tuned for updates. 3 so you've decided you're going to get healthy for 2016, but unlike last year, you think you're year, you think unlike last 2016, but healthy for
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you've 3 so you've decided you're going to get healthy for 2016, but unlike last year, you think you're actually going to do it this time. dr. jon lapook has a look at just what exactly you'll want to do in order to fit fitness into your busy lifestyle. 3 (narration one)david marcus ran three marathons, but that was more than a decade ago. since then he's had trouble fitting fitness into his busy life. (sot marcus)(010330) i have a demanding job, family,// (010340) by the time time i get home from work at night i just don't have the energy(narration two)now, at age 45, he is recommitting to an exercise routine. (011015) i just want to be healthy so i can be there for my kids for as long as i can (011350) how much exercise do you think you need to do? a: i believe i out of the week with an hour a day ... vigorous exercise ,
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one - us physical activity guidelines)us guidelines suggest weekly: 75 minutes of "vigorous" aerobic activity or 150 "moderate" activity. (http://health.gov/paguidelines /guidelines/adults.aspx) vigorous activities include running, jumping rope or playing squash, activities where you can't say more than a few words at a time. moderate activities include brisk walking, dancing or biking, where you usually can talk but not sing.(sot: dr. leslie cho) exercise makes you live longer, makes the quality of your life - better (narration four)doctor leslie cho directs the cleveland clinic's women's cardiovascular center. (sot) as you age, it helps your blood pressure, improves your glucose control so you don't get diabetes, your cholesterol level is lower (narration five- graphic two) your heart rate is another way to gauge activity level. start with 220 and subtract your age. moderate activity is 50- 70% of that number. - for a 50 year old: a heart rate of about 85 to 120. tag 3 3 still to come 3 3 tag120. about 85 to heart rate
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3 3 still to come this morning... members of an anti-government militia group have taken over a wildlife refuge center in rural oregon. we'll show you why they say the government overstepped its bounds.you're
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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 diana castillo filling in for jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26. fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start
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winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need to stay tuned for updates. 3 father and son ranchers from oregon are expected to turn themselves into authorities this morning. their prison sentences have become a flashpoint for long held anti- government sentiment that sent more than a dozen armed militia members to occupy a national wildlife refuge. brian webb reports. 3 militia members armed with guns and walkie-talkies are guarding the malheur national
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oregon for the second straight night. the group says the land belongs to local residents and managers at the federal refuge have been trying to push nearby ranchers out.ammon bundy is leading the occupation, urging more militia members to join their cause. he posted this video on facebook:(sot ammon bundy / protestor from fb at 2:19 )"we have good numbers but there is a lot to do, and we will eventually get tired if we do not get help."(sun0201 :30 protest/march video)the group grabbed control of the compound on saturday --after a peaceful protest in the nearby town of burns -- to protest the prison sentences of local ranchers dwight and steven hammond.(vo-sun0178 at:42)the hammonds were convicted of arson after starting what they called controlled burns on their ranch in 2001 and 2006. they served time, but a judge recently ordered the two back to prison for about four more years. (sot dwight hammond / rancher sun0178 at 1:06) "it's not about me it's about america. and we've got to get
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because they're flying off." the controversy has reignited a decades-long dispute over public land rights. an fbi spokesperson says they are working with local law enforcement to bring a peaceful resolution to the standoff.brian webb for cbs news. 3 protestors say the government should return the land to the people and they are ready to occupy the refuge as long as necessary. 3 democratic presidential candidate martin o'malley made a stop in siouxland saturday.the former governor was in storm lake before appearing at the plymouth county museum in le mars, saturday night. it's part of his three stops in northwest iowa. during the event, o'malley focused on new leadership, equal pay for men and women, and expanding on social security. he hopes to build upon the good things president obama has done in his tenure. 3 "we passed a living wage, we raised the minimum wage, and unlike governor branstad
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education, we actually increased education funding by thirty-seven percent, and made our public schools the number one public schools in america five years in a row. "o'malley was also in sioux city yesterday morning at the mary treglia community house on jennings street. 3 3 o'malley's opponent, democratic presidential frontrunner hillary clinton has planned a stop in sioux city on tuesday.the former secretary of state is scheduled to take place tuesday afternoon 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 last week, we told you about texas senator ted cruz's planned stop at dordt college this tuesday.now we know he's planning on making several other stops in northwest iowa early this 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.
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locations for all 9 stops on our website, siouxland news dot com. 3 and turning to historical presidents...thomas jefferson was the third president of the united states, and saturday, kids took part in the "president jefferson's peace medal" program.that event, took place at the lewis and clark interpretative center in sioux city. each month they host a fun and educational activity. dozens of kids learned about the peace medals thomas jefferson gave to lewis and clark, for their vital roles in the country's westward expansion. 3 "it's a really fun activity because they learn about thomas jefferson, they learn about lewis and clark, and then they get to be creative and design their own. so it's all three in one, a really great activity to learn and have fun."the center is currently featuring a thomas jefferson animatronic exhibit, that will be on display year-round. 3 with the start of a new year..across the country, a string of new state laws are
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has more. 3 in texas, a new open carry law allows people with concealed weapon permits to wear a holstered gun in most public places.((sot wed 0182 sgt. ryan bona - bryan police department))"it's going to be a learning process, there's going to be some growing pain here at the beginning. i'm sure there will be some people that are a little startled, possibly by the sight of someone carrying openly." this as california tightens its gun laws--banning firearms in or around schools--even for holders of concealed weapons permits. bb and pellet guns sold in the golden state will have to a bright color like pink to make clear they are not real. [notes:thu0316] in hawaii new signs are posted warning of a first in the nation law raising the legal smoking age from 18 to 21...the law applies to cigareettes and electronic smoking devices. a 2nd law there bans e-cigarettes in places where smoking is prohibited.((sot lola irvin/hawaii dept. of heath)) "our youth survey shows that a four-fold increase happened in public high school students who use e-cigarettes, from 5%
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[notes:wtvf pkg--will be contributed later today] tennessee becomes the first state to create an online registry of people convicted of animal cruelty. state representative darren jernigan supported the measure((sot wtvf pkg state rep. darren jernigan/(d) district 60/bill's sponsor in ga))"if you're gonna pull a dog behind your truck, if you're gonna burn a cat, then there needs to be some consequences to your actions,"[notes:ear buds thu0422, volunteer fire departments fri0048] among the other new laws taking effect across the country--washington d-c is banning styrofoam food containers. california has banned drivers and bicyclists from wearing ear buds in both ears or resting them on your ears--closing a legal loophole. and parents in north carolina can freeze their children's credit reports to prevent identify theft... 3 zoos are great ways to spend time with your family and learn about nature...but what do they do with animals from places that don't get a cold winter?denver zoo staff say cheetahs, hyena's and lions handle cold temperatures to a
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and heated rocks to keep them warm. for other animals more strict regulations must be put into place, once temperatures drop below forty degrees, giraffes are brought indoors so they don't slip and fall. 3 for the zoo's cold weather animals extra precautions must also be made,animals like nick the sea lion are given extra foodand water temperatures must be kept around fifty degrees. 3 3 3 3 3 most of us get the common cold a few times a year.and it has large costs in money and productivity.we'll show you why it's so hard to find a cure. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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heller 3 and meteorologist cat taylor" 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26. fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start to pick up, moving the fog out. winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a
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evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need to stay tuned for updates. 3 2015 was a big year in the tech world. 3 3 3
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drought for four years now. 3 good morning, (sioux city)...
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as we take a look from our (jc roofing and insulating) camera. 3 while parts of the nation struggle with flood-producing rain and drought conditions in the west have eased, california is still dry. the entire state remains in some form of drought. ben tracy reports on how researchers at the carnegie airborne observatory are using cutting-edge technology to put a number on what drought has done to california's forests. 3 (nats) plane taking off(narr 1) we took off from an airfield near sacramento. minutes later we saw this: reservoirs at record lows and forests dying after four years of drought. (sot 14:54:41) there's a lot of red on this screen which is a sign that we're over an area that's in trouble(narr 2) greg asner is the director of the carnegie airborne observatory. his flying lab is equipped with high-tech lasers that scan 15
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its like having x ray vision that produces vivid images of the health of every single 3 tree. (sot 14:5012) our systems are seeing beyond the dead trees. it's seeing the trees that are stressed(narr 3) the cutting-edge technology...funded in part by "avatar" director james cameron...(maps in) creates one of a kind 3d maps of the forests throughout the entire state. the red areas on this map are severly drought stressed...blue areas are healthier. (maps out)(sot 13:39:27) bt: your equipment reads how much moisture is in each individual tree.? ga: yeah. the measurement is focused on how much water is in the foliage itself. //13:39:50 it's like getting a blood test. it's really one of the key indicators of the health of a tree. (narr 4 graphic needed--keyable numbers over video--source: carnegie institution for science)(narr 4) and the data released just this week by asner's team shows california's forests are in very bad shape. (grx in) 58 million trees are severely drought stressed and could die. an astounding 888 million have seen measurable water loss since the drought began in 2011. (grx out)(sot 14:52:53) bt: you're basically saying the drought has impacted nearly 1 billion trees in california? ga: that's correct. (narr 5) the us forest service says 29 million trees have already died. (sot 14:45:19) here's your trees that have totally succumbed.(narr 6) (maps in) these maps will help the forest service know which areas are most vulnerable and wildfire officials to know where the greatest risks are. (maps out) (sot 13:47:34) bt: these severely trees...are they past the point of no return or are they
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know. (narr 7) el nino fueled winter storms are expected to bring much needed rain. these scientists are hoping that will finally turn the golden state a bit more green. 3 "weather on the ones brought
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3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26. fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start to pick up, moving the fog out. winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need to stay tuned for updates. 3
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3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...ohio's columbus zoo gave a holiday update on a polar bear cub who's just eight weeks old.she was born on november 6th.when her mother stopped caring for her the following week, the zoo staff decided to remove her from the den and hand-rear her.last week, the zoo said the staff is pleased with how she's progressing, but are still taking things day by day. she weighed a little over six and-a-half inches long. 3 3 coming up this morning in your 6 o'clock hour...after
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billionth ride on christmas eve, uber begins 2016 with a hefty goal in mind: expansion to china.we'll show you what the company faces as it prepares to enter the world's largest country.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
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3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 president obama begins a major push today -- to tackle gun violence during his final year in office.today the president meets with attorney general loretta lynch -- to discuss options for tougher gun restrictions.later this week - he'll unveil executive actions to strengthen background checks required for gun purchases.the topic of gun control is becoming a major focus for candidates vying for the white house.several gop contenders including front-runner donald trump are already criticizing the president's plans - while democrats bernie sanders and hillary clinton have expressed support.former president bill clinton, who sought to tighten gun laws during his time in
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in new hampshire.overseas-- the conflict between saudi arabia and iran continues to escalate...following the saudis execution of a prominent shiite cleric.saudi arabia formally severed diplomatic ties with iran sunday...giving iranian diplomats 48 hours to leave the country.the move came hours after demonstrators in iran stormed the saudi embassy fire. 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".charlie rose tells us
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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 diana castillo filling in for jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26. fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start to pick up, moving the fog out. winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need
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3 3 3 after claiming it handled its one billionth ride on christmas eve, uber begins 2016 with a hefty goal in mind: expansion to china. seth doane has a look at what kind of competition the company could be facing there. 3 with the smog and traffic to
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as 750-*million* urban commuters 3 and there's a multi-billion- dollar battle for their business.nats - (getting into car - 33:29) (seth:) "okay, he's letting us in"we criss- crossed beijing to witness the fight from the front seat. (cars)in the ring? heavyweights: "uber" - worth upwards of 70-billion dollars versus china's "didi kuaidi" - "didi" for short - valued at 16-billion. (standup - in car 17:40-17:52 )(seth:) we're in a didi car - this gentleman picked us up but he doesn't want to go on camera / because he is supposed to be at work right now. he said he's doing this for a little extra money. (sot -- 18:47:20)(man, in chinese, driving:) i can make about 8-hundred dollars a month, he said // it'll help cover the expense of my car. (standup - to be shot)(seth:) ride-hailing services are brand new to china and are *technically* illegal - but the laws are selectively enforced. both didi and uber are operating in a grey area while the government reviews its regulations. (sot-01:19:56) (qu, in chinese:) since this
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considered illegal in beijing, qu zhonghua told us, i drive for uber because it'll cover all the penalties if i get caught. didi never really did. "didi" dwarfs uber here it's in 360 cities across china compared to uber's 21.both companies are spending big to lure drivers and riders in china. (sot - 38:55:29 // 40:29:04))(wei:) wei yanlong told us. for many drivers when the bonuses offered by uber are better - they'll drive for uber. when didi offers better bonuses - they'll switch.and both are relying on publicity stunts like the short-lived city of hangzhou - tbring in more riders.in a letter to investors - uber's ceo said, "competing in china is not for the faint of heart" and, we'd add - *driving* here is not for the faint of heart either. seth doane, cbs news, beijing 3 a group of anti-government protesters took over a federal saturday. 3 the group was led by ammon bundy, son of cliven bundy, who was most famous for an armed standoff with the government over grazing rights
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takeover was in protest of the pending imprisonment of dwight and steve hammond, local ranchers who were convicted in 2012 for setting fires on federal land and were ordered to return to prison after a re-sentencing last october. 3 "it is the people's facility. owned by the people and it has been provided for us to be able to come together and unite and making a hard stand against this over-reach. this taking of the people's land and resources."bundy said the federal government has expanded the refugee land at the expense of ranchers...sayi ng they're occupying the building because quote, "the people have abused long enough." 3 a sioux city man is in custody after a high-speed pursuit in downtown sioux citytake a look at this video, courtesy of ashley johnson. that pursuit ended around
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male suspect was driving a red ford taurus. he fled from the iowa state patrol, after what was supposed to be a routine traffic stop. he then drove in high speeds across downtown sioux city. after being pursued several blocks, iowa state patrol, used a pit maneuver to stop the vehicle, causing it to spin out of control and hit the front of the chesterfield on fourth street. the building's front window is damaged. 3 3 that suspect--32-year-old jesse jacob brubaker of sioux city was arrested on the scene. 3 brubaker being held on a 1- thousand* 9-hundred dollar bond at the woodbury county jail. 3 he is being charged with eluding a police officer- a serious misdemeanor. 3 he is also charged with driving with a suspended license, 3 reckless driving and failure to stop at a stop sign. 3 with the winter weather, comes winter-time musical favorites.more than a hundred people attended the "music to chase away the winter blues" event at the betty strong encounter center yesterday.
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talented musicians including father and son singer- songwriters jack and mike langley, who performed a variety of old winter blues. director of the center, marcia poole tells us, is a great way to kick off the new year. 3 "you know, the holidays are over. i think we all know that winter is finally here, and what better way to lift the spirits and start the long journey through winter than music."the father and son singers and songwriters have been performing together on- stage for nearly 40 years. 3 city officials in cape girardeau, missouri are cautiously optimistic that the mississippi river may have reached its peak.recent measurements taken have the river level at 48-point-49 feet, and appears to be falling.the previously projected peak level was listed as 50 feet by early this morning but the tide seems to be turning for
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3 "well you wish they took the buyout years ago / now we're dealing with this again and nobody wants to have to deal with something like this. (ever think you're going to see something like this in your lifetime?) you don't plan on seeing floods like '93 like this one; these are really high; not something you plan on."crews will continue to inspect wall and levee structures several times a day while the water remains elevated. 3 a new program in iowa protects survivors of abuse by keeping their home addresses concealed from public documents. reporter sarah greene has more on the 'safe at home' program. 3 as of january first, abuse survivors living in iowa can keep their home address confidential. that means things like driver's licenses,
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registration can use a substitute address.the shelter manager from winnie's place, an emergency shelter for homeless and abused women, says the program makes it more difficult for an abuser to find a victim. (kit miller/shelter manager)"they have a little bit...one more step of protection, that will take, um, somebody a little more work to find where they're at." mail sent to the substitute address gets forwarded by the secretary of state's office to the confidential address of the survivor. (nats of mail box) (sarah greene)"the safe at home program helps survivors of abuse not live in fear of everyday tasks like taking a walk in their neighborhood or simply checking the mail. " (abuse survivor)"you would always be looking over your shoulder, you'd be afraid to do anything in public. i'm not sure if i would even want to leave my house."(kit miller/shelter manager) "somebody's sister or friend works at a convenience store and knows or sees that id can very easily let the abuser know." one domestic and sexual abuse survivor says the program will make a big difference for others like her. (abuse survivor)"a lot of things are public record these days, and even though you try
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your identity you do what you can, if they really want to they can find where you're at. and this law stops that." not only does 'safe at home' keep survivors safe, it helps them feel at home too. (kit miller/shelter manager)"home is supposed to be your refuge, and so you need to feel like you have a safety net there and you have some comfort, and you have the ability to relax after all feeling safe, comfortable and relaxed is what being home is all about. 3 400-million dollars.that's how much the next powerball winner could possibly win this week.on saturday, three- contestants each won a million dollars.....someone else won two-million.many others won smaller prizes......but no one bought the grand prize-winning is wednesday.officials say the chances of winning the big prize is about one in 300-
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ticket was won in 2013.that person, a floridian, took home more than 590-million.3 3 3 3 3 where does washington's elite go when they buy jewelry?it's not where you might think.up next...we'll show you the small mom-and-pop store that caters to world leaders. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 we're checking 3 up with moose again on this thursday morning. what's up moose? 3 twins share lots of things but these two siblings won't have to share the same birthday party.they were born on different days and different years in san diego.a baby girl was born one minute before midnight on new year's eve.her twin brother was born two minutes after midnight on new year's day.both babies are happy and healthy.their parents weren't expecting them for another month.they had to cancel their new year's eve plans for their exciting special delivery. 3 400-million dollars.that's how much the next powerball winner could possibly win this week.on saturday, three- contestants each won a million dollars.....someone else won two-million.many others won smaller prizes......but no one bought the grand prize-winning ticket.the next chance to win is wednesday.officials say the chances of winning the big prize is about one in 300- million.the largest powerball ticket was won in 2013.that
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3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26. fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start to pick up, moving the fog out.
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into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need
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3 as marilyn monroe sang in "gentlemen perfer blonds" diamonds are definitely our friends and ice is always nice for the holidays. but your local jewlery store has nothing on this mom and pop shop in dc that opens their doors to the state department and the white house. julianna goldman is at the tiny jewel box in washington dc 3 (pkg:)(montage of jewels//shot of girl puting necklace in the window//rosenheims with customers)glittering diamonds, sparkling emeralds and endless strands of pearlswith a name like the tiny jewel box, this store has all the trappings of a local jeweler.but in the heart of the nation's capital jim and matthew rosenheim cater to uniquely powerful clientele...(sot - jim rosenheim)we're 85 years old
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be pretentious about it, but we're kind of an institution in washington.(gfx1)they started, well, tiny at the height of the depression in 1930 roz and monte rosenheim opened this 100 square foot store with one grounding principle. (sot - jim rosenheim)115307 my dad said something to me that has been the driving force in my whole life.// he said to me i want people to come to me because i have something special not because i'm convenient.(vo - mom pic)but he credits his mother with the store's staying power (sot-jim rosenheim)"the reason why tiny jewel box exists is becuase of my mother"over eight decades roz tended to american royalty.. from president franklin delano roosevelt and first lady maimie eisehower... to the kennedysbarbra streisand and sammie davis junior (sot - jim rosenheim) she had an infectious personality. and i don't know if you.hutzpah?jg 121546 uh huhjr 121547 my mother owned that word. she had the nerve to say anything to anybody. (gfx3)like the time senator joseph mccarthy in the midst of his communist witch-hunt. walked through her door. mrs. rosenheim directed some salty language his waybut the
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out with a pin for his mother. (sot - jim rosenheim)i think that really epitomized her nerve, you know, her willingness to engage people. and that spunk helped the tiny store leave an outsized imprint on american history. a friendship forged with a young madeleine allbright ...had world leaders taking diplomatic clues from some of rosenheim's vintage pins. "when people would ask what you are doing today, i would say 'read my pins. " in an interview with sunday morning she said it all started when sadam hussein called her an unparralled serpent... (sot - jim rosenheim)"and then she wore the serpent pin which was purchased from us//she could make a statement using her pins. albright's trademark pins arent the only diplomatic treasures this vintage broach was given to queen elizabeth by the obamas.and these watches with the official presidential seal, were given to african leaders gathering in washington.(vo - box and george bush vo)president
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custom boxes to nearly every dignitary who visited during his 8 years in the white house. (goldman - rosenheims)12:56:50 jg: how long does it take to put something like this together?mr: for the president of the united states, very little time.jg: when 1600 pennsylvania avenue callsmr: we jump and answer their call. it is an honor (anita mcbride vo walkign with them)anita mcbride once made that call as former first lady laura bush's chief of staff4:37:26 laura bush went to 77 different countries - so i am quite sure//that something that we got from here - something beautiful or unique whether small or large is present in all of those countries.(vo - obama on inauguration day) laura bush liked the store so much, that her successor took notice. (sot - jim rosenheim) she walks around behind the limousine carrying my box. i'm dying. just absolutely going crazyon inauguration day in 2009, jim rosenheim witnessed a giving of gifts he would never forget....(sot - jim rosenheim) we have incoming
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(wipes a tear)um, our gift and our box publically on the steps of the white house with the american flag and the marines standing there,it was a leather bound journal...but for this local jeweler it represented much more. (sot - jim rosenheim)thinking about where we came from, how hard my parents work, and we're now a little tiny bit of history, you know// it'show can you fathom that? 3 3 the people's choice awards and golden globes will be handed out this week.it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break. 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. expect fog to linger into midday and make your drive into work a little
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3 "first alert 3 weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after 26.fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start to pick up, moving the fog out.winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need to stay tuned for updates. 3 3 a "game of thrones" star takes a terrifying walk in the woods. plus, awards season is moving into high gear. chris martinez has your eye on entertainment. 3 (pkg script)) ------------------------(narr:) the new york film critics gather today to honor their
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handing out awards, with top honors for "carol." the lesbian romance won for best picture as well as director, screenplay and cinematography. ------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------(narr:) "carol" is also a big contender for this sunday's golden globe awards. "the big short" is another favorite, with four nominations including best comedy. the globes are voted on by the hollywood foreign press, honoring the best of both film and television. ------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------(narr:) also this week, the people's choice awards air wednesday on cbs, with "the big bang theory" in the running for favorite tv show. fans voted online for their favorites in film, television and music. ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------------- (narr:)natalie dormer faces the supernatural during a long and terrifying night in the woods.(nats- movie trailer) the "game of thrones" actress stars in "the forest," as a young woman in search of her missing twin. dormer says the psychological themes make it more than a horror film.((sot natalie dormer/actress)) "there's an entertainment aspect to the film but there's
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and questions about love and family in there as well." taylor kinney co-stars as dormer's guide through the forest. the film arrives in theaters friday.that's your eye on entertainment. cm, cbs news, los angeles 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the powerball jackpot keeps getting bigger. what would you do if you won the 3 lottery? 3 3 still to come this morning...
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from north of st. louis to memphis, tennesseewe'll show you how folks are preparing as the mississippi river continues to flood its banks.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (x(x) on thth(xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead.
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siouxland news at sunrise.3 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm diana castillo filling in for jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 a dense fog 3 advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26.fog will
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pick up, moving the fog out. winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so yoyowill need to stay tuned for updates. 3 flood warnings are in effect from north of st. louis to memphis, tennessee, as the mississippi river continues to flood its banks. were taking a look this morning on who's bracing for more flooding. 3 95 percent of the city is dry
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to withstand waters up to 53 feet.but there's no wall to defends the neighborhood of "red star".water street took on a whole new meaning where homes and cars are underwater. steven cook is the city's public works director. sc: you just wonder if you'll ever see anything like this in your lifetime. the so called "great flood" of 1993 devastated this samemerea.back then hundreds of peoeoe lived 3 here, but moved away after the federal government offered them buyouts. some people stayed, and they're the ones under water.joe uzoaru is the city uncilman here. (ju) this is a 500 year flood plane, this isn't something that's happeneing reguarlarly. it's odd that it happeend twice so close together. down river, on the illinois side of the misssippi river, governor bruce rauner water has overtopped levees. (governor)hundreds of families
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evaxcuate, unfortunately the majority have said theyeydodoot want to evacuate they want to stay in their homes." in the community of olive branch we met the bigham family which has refused to leave. (bingham) we've got to much to lose // 6 kids we raised in that house. david bigham says he and his siblings will defend the family home that's been here since 1959.in previous years, they built a flood wall,but the water is seeping in.so they've added a barrier of 70 pound sandbags. plus they have 8 pumping running.it's a family fight against a poweful river now surrounding the bighams property. (bigham) you're worried about everything you've got and everything you're going to lose 3 democratic presidential candidate martin o'malley made a stop in siouxland
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was in storm lake before appearing at the plymouth county museum in le mars, saturday night. it's part of his three stops in northwest iowa. during the event, o'malley focused on new leadership, equal pay for men and women, and expanding on social security. he hopes to build upon the good things president obama has done in his tenure. 3 "we passed a living wage, we raised the minimum wage, and unlike governor branstad instead of cutting public education, we actually increased education funding by thirty-seven percent, and made our public schools the number one public schools in america five years in a row. "o'malley was also in sioux city yesterday morning at the mary teglia community house on jennings street. 3 3 o'malley's opponent, democratic presidential frontrunner hillary clintin has planned a stop in sioux city on tuesday.the former secretary of state is scheduled to take place tuesday afternoon at the orpheum theatre downtown.it is scheduled to get underway at 2- 15 tuesday. if you would
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event, we have the link in 3 3 last week, we told you about texas senator ted cruz's planned stop at dordt college this tuesday.now we know he's planning on making several other stops in northwest iowa early this 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 dot com. 3 and turning to historical presidents...thomas jefferson was the third president of the united states, and saturday, kids took part in the "president jefferson's peace medal" program.that event, took place at the lewis and clark interpretative center in sioux city. each month they host a fun and educational activity. dozens of kids learned about the peace medals thomas jefferson gave to lewis and clark, for their vital roles in the country's westward expansion. 3 "it's a really fun activity because they learn about
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about lewis and clark, and then they get to be creative and design their own. so it's all three in one, a really great activity to learn and have fun."the center is currently featuring a thomas jefferson animatronic exhibit, that will be on display year-round. 3 with the start of a new year..across the country, a string of new state laws are in effect. chris van cleave has more. 3 in texas, a new open carry law allows people with concealed weapon permits to wear a holstered gun in most public places.((sot wed 0182 sgt. ryan bona - bryan police department))"it's going to be a learning process, there's going to be some growing pain here at the beginning. i'm sure there will be some people that are a little startled, possibly by the sight of someone carrying openly." this as california tightens its gun laws--banning firearms in or around schools--even for holders of concealed weapons permits. bb and pellet guns sold in the golden state will have to a bright color like pink to make clear they are not real. [notes:thu0316] in hawaii new signs are posted warning of a first in the nation law raising the legal
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21...the law applies to cigareettes and electronic smoking devices. a 2nd law there bans e-cigarettes in places where smoking is prohibited.((sot lola irvin/hawaii dept. of heath)) "our youth survey shows that a four-fold increase happened in public high school students who use e-cigarettes, from 5% in 2011 to 22% by 2015," [notes:wtvf pkg--will be contributed later today] tennessee becomes the first state to create an online registry of people convicted of animal cruelty. state representative darren jernigan supported the measure((sot wtvf pkg state rep. darren jernigan/(d) district 60/bill's sponsor in ga))"if you're gonna pull a dog behind your truck, if you're gonna burn a cat, then there needs to be some consequences to your actions,"[notes:ear buds thu0422, volunteer fire departments fri0048] among the other new laws taking effect across the country--washington d-c is banning styrofoam food containers. california has banned drivers and bicyclists from wearing ear buds in both ears or resting them on your ears--closing a legal loophole. and parents in north carolina can freeze their children's
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3 also new in 20-16...a change to the minimum wage in nebraska.reporter melissa newman has more. 3 one dollar -- these days it's only enough to get things like a can of soda but now one dollar may make a difference for some people as the minimum wage is going from eight dollars to nine. so how will this impact businesses in our area? we spoke with some experts to find out more29,000 people in nebraska were making at our below minimum wage in 2013, according to a survey by the bureau of labor statistics. the wage increase for these workers was heavily contested in the legislature and now the impact of the increase is being debated as well.dr. douglas kinnear/prof. of economics, hastings college "the effects could range from employment of low wage, low skill workers, to business profitability, to the average hours that hose workers are scheduled for each week."the affects on employment have
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opposition but dr. douglas kinner, professor of economics at hastings college says the one dollar increase won't have a negative affect on jobs.dr. kinnear"when the minimum wage is increased, it often shocks employers into finding more efficient ways to use workers, they schedule them more efficiently, they train them to be more productive and so in some cases -- raising the minimum wage actually increases employment of low skill workers."cindy johnson, president of the grand island chamber of commerce says much of the business community disagrees.cindy johnson/preside nt, grand island, ne chamber of commerce"the concerns of the business community and the concerns therefore of the chamber of commerce across the state is the impact of the performance of those businesses, and our fear that raising the minimum income could impact the number of jobs created particularly art time jobs, seasonal jobs, entry level jobs."dr. kinnear argues however, many of those workers were already making more than minimum wage.dr. kinnear"the traditional
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level jobs, in fast food resturants, nursing aids, they're already paying an average about nine dollars an hour oeven more so how would raising the minimum wage to nine dollars lead any employers to let anyone go." one thing they can agree on is the hope that this increase will help stimulate funds both to and from minimum wage workers.cindy johnson"that's what you would hope would happen - is that the rising tide, the increased income would then lift those people out of poverty or near poverty to where they have a better quality of life.. what it could also do is put more money in the economy." 3 3 when someone is severely overwieght, the next step might be surgery. up next in your healthwatch...we'll take a look at the surgical options for ight loss. 3 dense fog is settling across the area this morning, but it's starting to break up just a bit. either way, be careful
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3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 "first alert weather with 3 meteorologist cat taylor" 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy skies after with a high of 26. fog will return tonight for a
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to pick up, moving the fog out. winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a change to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow by friday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need to stay tuned
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3 3 and the biggest database for the discovery of cancer drugs is now 3-d.the free british database used by scientists around the globe now shows structures of faulty proteins and maps of cancer's communication networksand will help them more effectively design treatments. 140 thousand people have used the resource, from 175 different countries. 3 when someone is severely overwiwiht, the next step might be surgery. siouxland news reporter kayla novak shows us the surgical options for weight loss.
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can lead to a lot of complications... "that excess weight that we carry also contributes s pain on the joints, pain in the back, contributes to high blood pressure// acid reflux disease and getting thateight off can improve people's overall physical condition. and hopefully reduce the use of medications or pills, and maybe some further sugeries down the road."this is why doctors reccommend surgeries that can help with weight loss for patients who are 100 pounds overweight and have other health problems. "mercy and our group midlands clinic office... offer s a gastric by- pass...we offer a gastric sleeve resection... and we offer the adjustable gastric band." each surgery has its benefits over the other and you and your doctor can decide which is best for you. the
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to two nights in the hospital and up to 3 weeks of recovery at home. doctors also reccomend time with a dietician before the surgery to create good eating habits. but the key thing is..... "when the person is ready to change their life, when they are ready to eat differently, when they are ready to give up foods, certain foods, when they are ready to start exercising... then we can have a successful operation and people are successful with the surgery." but remember these surgies are not permenant.... when patients fall back into old habits they will regain the weight. kayla novak, siouxland news. 3 3 3 2015 was a big year in tech, with smartwatches and self driving carswe'll take a look
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3 siouxland... it's a foggy (19 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (dakota dunes) camera. 3 2015 was a big year in the tech world.here's your c-net tech update. 3 time to look back on the most important tech of 2015. i'm bridget carey, this is your cnet update.***2015 was a 3 little strange if you think about it. microsoft gave us windows 10 but never a windows 9. amazon created little buttons you press for more toilet paper. and google isn't really just google anymore, it's alphabab? aside from the odd, there were innovations that made a big impact. here are the top five tech stories from 2015 that are going to shape 2016.***number 5 - usb type c. you'll soon be saying goodbye to the typical usb port, as laptops, tablets and
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type-c. it's a faster port that can transfer por and data, and it fits no matter which way you 3 plug it in. in apple's new 12- inch macbook, there's only one usb-c port, and nothing else. ***don't hate me for this, but i'm putting apple watch on the list at number 4. yes, there were smartwatches in previous years, but when apple got involved, it changed the conversation. we now have luxury fashion brands like swatch, tag hoyer, gucci, and ssil jumping into the smartwatch space.***number 3: : meerkat ananperiscope. when meerkat march,h,t was an overnight sensation. live broadcast video from your phone and share it on twitter and gain fans from around the world was suddendly so easy, and because the videos disappeared, it played off our fears of missing out, so you had to watch that moment. twitter quickly declawed meerkat and launched the the more popular choice these days.***number 2 - google's google: 01:36:57 - in may google revealed it's prototype for a self-driving car it built from scratch that has no steering wheel, accelerator or brake pedals. but it's not just google that is accelerating in this space. tesla rolled out a software update to give some of its cars the power of auto pilot*** start of the year,r,ource: microsoft: 01:55:13 - 02:06:00) microsoft surprised everyone headset with transparent lenses. this augmented reality tech kicked off a year of everyone seriously believing in the future of virtual reality.with oculus rift, playstation vr and htc vive launching next year, it sets up 2016 to be the year of virtual reality.***i've had a blast covering it all, and so i leave you with a few highlights of some of my favorite update moments. be sure to catch us live from ces starting january 4. from our
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3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am. visibility is under 1/4 in places. fog will last until midday, cloudy with a high of 26.fog will return tonight for a short while until winds start to pick up, moving the fog out. winds will continue to pick up into tomorrow with gusts to 30mph possible. wednesday will see a slight chance for light snow during the daytime with a high of 34. our next big system starts moving in on thursday starting out as a light freezing rain switching to a rain/snow mix by thursday evening.overnight thursday will see a c cnge to a wintry mix until the early morning hours of friday where it will switch to all snow b bfriday mid-morning and last until saturday.right now it is too early to talk accumulations so you will need to stay tuned
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3 it's now (time) 3 as we take a look outside (downtown sioux city) on the (jc roofing and insulating) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ...3 3 3 president obama begins a major push today -- to tackle gun violence during his final year in office.today the president meets with attorney general loretta lynch -- to discuss options for tougher gun restrictions.later this week - he'll unveil executive actions to strengthen background
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purchases.the topic of gun control is becoming a major focus for candidates vying for the white house.several gop contenders including front-runner donald trump are already criticizing the president's plans - while democrats bernie sanders and hillary clinton have expressed support.former president bill clinton, who sought to tighten gun laws during his time in office, will campaign for his wife for the first time today in new hampshire.overseas-- the conflict between saudi arabia and iran continues to escalate...following the saudis execution of a prominent shiite cleric.saudi arabia formally severed diplomatic ties with iran sunday...giving iranian diplomats 48 hours to leave the country.the move came hours after demonstrators in iran stormed the saudi embassy in tehran -- setting it on fire. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the
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captioning funded bybybs good morning. it is monday, january 4th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." armed anti-government activists vow indefinite standoff aftft taking ovov federal buildings in oregon. >> we are in new hampshire where bill clinton complains for his wife today. >> president obama plans to side-step congress to take action on gun control.
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