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3 good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob heller.3 i'm meteorologist cat taylor. thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning. 3 temperatures will hover near the freezing mark most of today, and as another system starts to push in from the southwest bringing moisture, we could see patchy freezing drizzle and wintry mix with some snow developing by the end of the afternoon.thursday night snow will continue, with snow likely on friday lingering into early saturday. before all is said and done we could see in the range of 1-3" possible east of i-29 with lesser amounts to the west. once the snow clears, our first push of arctic air breezes in for the end of the weekend into early next week. prepare for wind chills between -15 and -25. 3
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3 a week of intense storms blamed on el nino have been drenching southern california. strong winds knocked trees down and took out power near san deigo last night. heavy rain is closing roads. c - b - s news correspondent danielle nottingham is in newhall, california where the threat of mudslides has forced people from their homes. 3 pkg trt: 1:25insert trt: 1:21 chyrons:09-16 vista, ca16-23 mos/ no name given.25-29 josh klutts/storm victim41-48 perry whae/redlands police volunteer 48-55 danielle nottingham/cbs news/ newhall, ca112-115 paul deanno/meteorologist(pkg) -nats- (vista, ca)parts of southern california...already soaked by days of rain...are bracing for more wet weatherer this morning...fueled by el nino.-nats-a third round of heavy rain and strong winds wednesday uprooting massive
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(sot mos/ no name given) the whole house shook for two minutes it felt like, i hope my roof doesn't blow off and me with it (laugh) // i had a hard time trying close the door, trying to pull on it and it was pulling me out. launching tree limbs into homes.(sot josh klutts/storm victim) it literally came where i was sitting if i didn't move, it would definitely hurt.(ventura county, ca)many drivers had to be rescued from their vehicles as roads were transformed into rivers.the deluge saturated hillsides....triggering mud slides that spilled onto highways.(sot perry whae redlands police volunteer) you can drive along and drive right into it and all of a sudden you're up to your window shield in mud(standup: danielle nottingham/cbs news/newhall, ca) here in newhall, the mud slide threat has forced residents, some of them elderly and disabled, to leave their homes.and even more rain is on the way for the weekend and beyond:(sot paul deanno/meteorologist) number 5 hits saturday and the sixth storm of the month will hit at the top of next week the system has also brought more than a foot of snow to the mountains...helping to recharge the regions snowpack.
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new hall, california.3 3 this morning it looks like the hunt for a man who stole a police officer's gun in niobrara nebraska is over. police were hunting for 25 - year - old david hoffman... saying he assaulted a niobrara police officer who was trying to arrest him tuesday... stealing that officer's gun.last night the f - b - i confirmed there was a shooting on the santee reservation right near niobraraafter federal and tribal officials were trying to take a person into custody.the f - b - i says the person refused to surrender and supposedly shot himself. he was taken to the hospital in critical condition.no one identified hoffman as that person... but an f - b - i spokesperson did say people who live around there aren't in danger anymore. 3 a spencer teenager is facing charges of arson this morning after a fire destroyed a home tuesday.the fire broke out
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morning at a home on third avenue west in spencer.18 - year - old bianca watkins is charged with second degree arson and two counts of animal abuse... accused of setting that fire. no one was hurt... but the home got heavy smoke... fire... and water damage. 3 here's the latest in the battle bween iowa and south dakota over sioux city's speed cameras.in 20 - 14... south dakota passed a law blocking the company operating those cameras from accessing the information it needs to send tickets to south dakota drivers. but... *s*sux city police* were still getting thatatinformation and sending out tickets. now... even *that* access has been denied. south dakota officials say iowa officers will still be able to get information on drivers who are wanted for a crime or involved in chases. 3 "we have given them and will give them access to our south dakota state radio dispatch. we indicated in our letter at we sent out yesterday,
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resolution on this issue and restore sioux city's full access to the 3 database."now... the former south dakota lawmaker who led the charge against those cameras is asking iowa drivers to register their cars in *his* statat on his facebook page... dan lederman of dakota dunes is even offering to let them use hip south dakota mailing address. but... both iowa and nebraska say that's against the law and vehicle owners who do that would get a fine. 3 a siouxland volunteer fire department is in trouble with state regulators.the iowa department of public health's "bureau of emergency and trauma services" is issuinina ticket and a warning to hornick's volunteer fire and rescue. the bureau says an on - site inspection in october found deficiencies... and officials were given 30 days to make corrections.the agency says
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of those corrections... that's why it got a ticket. the warning puts the service on notice... further failure to make corrections could lead to more punishment... up to and including the loss of the program's service authorization. 3 there's a water main break on sioux city's west side.the break was reported about 8 - 40 yesterday morning on myrtle street near west 27th. the city quickly set up a temporary water line that let school go on at crescent park elementary... that's really close to there. crews worked through t t night trying to fix the break... but might have to continue using the temporary line so classes can be held today. 3 a string of car burglaries in north sioux city has police warning people to keep their car doors locked.there were 21 reported burglaries in north sioux city just this past weekend. so far... police say they have no leads on anyny suspects. they're asking everyone to be proactive when it comes to keeping your vehicles safe.
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want to stress to the public right now is: the police can't be everywhere at a single time. the biggest thing we want to stress is you guys are your first line of defense. do not make yourself a victim. make sure that you're taking the two seconds to lock your vehicles, close your garages, secure your property."if you see anything suspicious... call police right away. 3 "looking at the rear - view mirror" has a whole new meaning in b - m - w's new concept car.the b - m - w (eye) "i - eight" uses three cameras instead of rear and side - view mirrors. the video from the cameras is put together to give you an extra - wide view of the road. the driver sees the footage on a screen where a rear - view mirror would normally be. the (eye) "i - eight" was shown off at the consumer electronics show in las vegas yesterday.b - m - w says the technology eliminates blind spots and improves fuel efficiency. but there's a
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would be illegal to drive in the united states because federal safety rules *require* vehicles to have rear - view mirrors. 3 3 3 3 our temperatures are still above normal but arctic air will drop us down well below normal this weekend. details next. 3 3 coming up... seismographs show it wasn't an earthquake rattling north korea tuesday night. we'll show you why scientists say it probably wasn't a hydrogen bomb either... no matter *what* the ountry says. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor"
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credit 3 union" 3 temperatures will hover near the freezing mark most of today, and as another system starts to push in from the southwest bringing moisture, we could see patchy freezing drizzle and wiwiry mix with some snow developipi by the end of the afternoon.t.trsday night snow will continue, with snow likely on friday lingering into early saturday. before all is said and done we could see in the range of 1-3" possible east of i-29 with lesser amounts to the west. once the snow clears, our first push of arctic air breezes in for the end of the weekend into early next week. prepare for wind chills
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... saturday's
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be $675 million. will you buy a ticket? 3 one app is being sued for millions of dollars because of what it called brain teasers. (hen - uh) hena daniels is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 u.s. stocks stumbled on wednesday after unnerving news of north korea nuclear arms testing. the dow lost 252 pointsthe nasdaq fell 55. //
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improve your brain function and even delay diseases like dementia and alzheimers has been hit with a 2 million dollar fine from the federal trade commission for what its calling deceptive practices. the f-t-c says there is no scientific proof to back those claims. developer lumos labs has agreed to the settlement. //yahoo is facing a class action lawsuit claiming the companys messenger service sent spam and unwanted texts to sprint customers - a violation of the teleleone consumer protection act. more than 500-thousand sprint cellphone users could be part of the lawsuit. yahoo potentially faces up to 750 million dollars in fines.// if you were one of the many disappointed star wars fans who complained on social media about the lack of female characters in toys and games based on the movie- monopoly players re-joice. hasbro has decided to add the female hero - rey - to its newest version n of the popular board d game - claiming they originally left her out to avoid giving away the plot line.//that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch
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3 3 seismographs show it wasn't an earthquake rattling north korea tuesday night... and as c - b - s news correspondent seth doane shows us... it probably wasn't a hydrogen bomb either... no matter what the country says. 3 a "perfect success" was how north korea's state media put it...defending the country's nuclear arsenal as a "powerful deterrent" against the us -- which it called "the chieftain of aggression". (gfx - earthquake / 5.1 / map) the underground test registered as a 5-point-1 magnitude quake, and was close to the site of three previous nuclear tests. (end gfx) nats - nk clapping / sk watching on screens the news sparked cheers in north korea and rattled nerves in south korea -- which questioned whether the explosion was big enough to be a hydrogen bomb. nats - military parade north korea is known for its sabre-rattling. but possessing a hydrogen bomb
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surprising - step forward. nats - seth at military parade when we were in north korea last october, it appeared relations with china -- its biggest ally -- re warming. chininhad sent a top offifial to the ceremony. but there was no hint of that today.china's foreign ministry condemned the test: (sot - 0428)3 (seth:) but can we expect to see anything other than words? will there be some action on china's part?(hua, in chinese:) china has been (using) words and actions, spokeswoman hua chunying said, but denuclearization requires effort from alalparties.3 tag 3 3 north korea also says its hydrogen bomb will fit on a missile... something that would be considered a huge engineering achievement. united states officials are
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us... they're still worrying about the possibility of a nuclear strike on the west coast. 3 2narr u.s. aircraft flying out of japan will collect air samples off the coast of north korea to determine exactly what kind of nuclear device went off. graphics in but based on analysis of the seismic wave the blast triggered, u.s. intelligence is "highly skeptical" of 3 the north korean claim it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. last night's explosion is estimated to have been less than 10 kilotons -- graphics outabout half the power of the weapon which destroyed hiroshima at the end of world war ii. a hydrogen bomb -- which has never been used in war but was tested in the pacific during the 1950s -- would be 50 to 100 times more powerful.whatever kind of device was detonated, the greatest mystery about the north korean nuclear weapons program is whether they have the capability to launch one against the united states. north korea has a missile capable of reaching that far,
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to be on the safe side, the u.s. keeps its missile defense system, which officials say is capable of shooting down a small number of north korean missiles, on constant alert. (on cam north korea seems to specialize in nasty surprises. u.s. intelligence had been expecting another nuclear test sooner or later, but had no warning it was going to happen last night.) 3 20 - 15 is nothing but a memory now.but we're holding on to those memories with "proud to be a hometown farmer" this morning. we'll finish our look back at some of the unique crops and therapeutic animals we saw last year. that's coming up next. 3 all that moisture in kansas will be here by the afternoon
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3 "first alert 3 weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 temperatures will hover near the freezing mark most of today, and as another system starts to push in from the southwest bringing moisture, we could see patchy freezing drizzle and wintry mix with some snow deveveping by the end of the afternono.thursday night snow will continue, with snow likely on fridada lingering into early saturday. before all is said and done we could see in the range of 1-3" possible east of i-29 with lesser amounts to the west. clears, our first push of arctic air breezes in for the end of the weekend into early
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3 3 from unique crops to therapeutic animals being raised right in city limits... we've seen a lot of agriculture in 20 - 15 here on "proud to be a hometown farmer. right now we'll finish our look back at the year. starting with a farmer turning tiny weeds into a big business. 3 in july we met rachel leister...turning weeds into big sellers..."i only recently discovered that i was a farmer.""this salve, i grow a crop for."she runs a family business called "red road herbs."this salve is her biggest seller."the best herbal salve ever."it helps heal cuts and scrapes...it's for sale in five states now... and it's made out of calendula
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salve, too.an itch cream.you can find its ingredients... like plantain...just growing... out in the open. "and these e are nice and clean from the rain, right?"sam heikes farms just on the edge of vermillion, south dakota. it's "community supported agriculture."invest money... get farm fresh produce.even food that doesn't *typically* grow in south dakota."there's something even cooler in that silo in the distance."shitake mushrooms."this is strange (knock, knock, knock)."you knock on wood...literally.that stimulates thehe itake mushrooms planted in the trees lining 3 this old grain silo.this is the first year sam's tried growing them."we'll see what happens, i have no idea."you don't usually hear this sound...living in town.gary
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right off the ground.he just has to press a button...to open the door to his *sundance ranch.*"you like to 3 get rubbed, don't you? yep." gary's the director at mid-step services in sioux city...working with people who have intellectual disabilities. the people he works with c ce
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3 3 3 still to come... you have another you have still to come... 3 3 news dot com.siouxland at j - heller at mail me... or you can e - com. siouxlandnews. site... on our web nominate them you can you can nominate them on our web site... siouxlandnews.com. or you can e - mail me... at j - heller at siouxland 3 another chance to win big after the powerball jackpot went unclaimed last night. we'll show you how high it could climb. 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 jacob
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taylor.3 3 3 the bad news is... you *didn't* win last night's powerball drawing worth aroundnd $500 million. no oneneid. the good news... though? the next jackpot will be worth an estimated $675 million dollars! reporter brian webb shows us how lottery fever is about to hit new heights. 3 chyrons:credit: multi-state lottery associationtampa, fl white hills, azrobert mcbride/playing powerball in arizona(pkg script)(nats-:02
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ready everybody this is powerball!"saturday's powerball drawing will be the biggest jackpot in u.s. history $675 million could be yours for the price of a $2 ticket.(nats tampa fl wed0526 at :22 machine noise )lottery machines spit out tickets as fast as they could print them wednesday.. (no name given wed0423 at :26) "today's my birthday so i thought it was maybe my lucky day." ( nats wed0531 at :15 // and shot of winning numbers :56)"tonight's jackpot is worth an estimated $524 million "but there were no lucky winners last night.. leaving disappointed players dreaming of the good deeds they could've done.(sot no name wed0509 at :38) "i'm going to pay off my jeep, take a trip maybe give some donations to homeless vets and homeless animals."(sot no name d0509 at :49 ) "i'll take half of it and give the other half to my sister who gave me a kidney three years ago." statistically speaking you may *not* want to choose your own lucky numbers. up to 80 percent of all jackpots are picked by the computer.(sot wed0408 at :58 robert mcbride/buying lotto ticket)
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i'm no good at numbers so it's a chance if you don't you don't have any chance. i don't play that often but when it's this big you can't afford not to." the chance of winning 292 million on saturday your odds will be ever greater. brian webb for cbs news. 3 the largest powerball in history... five - hundred - million - dollars... was handed out in 20 - 13. a then 84 - year - old woman from florida was the only winner. she bought her quick pick ticket after another customer let her go ahead in line. 3 the wife of presidential candidate and former arkansas governor mike huckabee made a stop in sioux city yesterday morning."bang bang"3 janet huckabee's visit to the yards shooting range was her third visit to a shooting range in iowa. in between firing a few rounds... she told us what she thinks of the president's gun control plans that were announced tuesday.
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those who have mental health problems, i think that's important but to just you know to do what he did i don't think its reallys going to have a bearing.// i don't think it'll going to help those who are going to break the law anyway, it just makes it harder for those are already law abiding citizens."huckabee thinks the president's actions will only lead people to buy more guns and ammunition. 3 a former congressman who once represented parts of northwest iowa is now fighting cancer.tom latham retired from the u - s house in 20 - 14... after serving one term as representative for iowa's southwestern 3rd district... and after 17 - years representing north - central iowa in the old 4th district.yesterday afternrnn... he annououed on facebook he'd been diagnosed with lymphoma.latham says he's confident the planned treatment will work... and he'll be back up to full speed soon. 3 20 - 16 will be a busy year for work on interstate 29... with quite a few bridges through downtown getting worked
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pavement reconstruction on i - 29 going north... the multi - million dollar project will take about two years to finish. the bridges we're talking about are the ones that cross floyd boulevard... virginia street... pierce street... and hamilton boulevard. and we said that there would be some continued issues as far as traffic through the downtown. we try and minimize it and as we completed another segment this last fall, hopefully, the motorists can going to look like."work is also going on to finish the 4 - lane expansion of highway 20 between correctionville and early. that's expected to be done in 20 - 18. 3 and one lane of south - bound i - 29 will be closed today. crews will be working on some overhead signs. the inside south - bound lane will be closed between wesley parkway
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morning to three o'clock this afternoon. 3 there's a new treatment to melt away "double - chin fat"... and you don't have to go under the knife for it. 3 the (kye - bella) kybella procedure is an f - d - a approved non - surgical injection eliminating fat below the chin. midlands clinic dermatologist doctor indy (shab - ruh) chabra is one of the first dermatologists in siouxland to offer the *fat removing* treatment. 3 "the product works by dissolving fat cells and releasing the fat, so it works in a permanent manner. so the number of injections really depend on the degree of submental fullness. how much fat there is underneath the chin. so it varies person to person. in this patient, it was 20 injections."the procedure costs right around 5 - thousand dollars. (sha - bra) chabra says his patients experience visible results around their chin and areas around the neck. 3 you can see the biggest...
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technologically advanced farm equipment at the dakota farm show this week. 3 "of course they always bring in the big equipment just to show off, but just the new stuff, it's kind of fun to see it."tim nielsen was just one of the thousands of people at the 33rd annual dakota farm show in vermillion. it's at the dakota dome again this year. one of the 280 exhibitors is mark's machinery out of yankton... showing off new auto - steer and g - p - s systems for tractors. technology that can save fuel and time... and make a farmer's job a little easier. 3 "it's less stressful, you know, they're not near as tired at the end of the day from sitting there and watching a marker the entire time." 3 today is the last day of the show this year... it runs from nine this morning to four this afternoon. 3 nebraska's legislature's 20 - 16 session got started yesterday.lawmakers in lincoln are facing a major budget
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income tax cuts. but that's not stopping governor pete ricketts from requesting more tax cuts... this time to property taxes in the state. the unicameral is expected to be in session for just 60 days this year. 3 the nebraska humane society and police are asking animal owners to be on guard. the warning comes after a disturbing case of animal cruelty. a married couple that owns horses was shocked to find *their* animals had been targeted. reporter miranda christian shows us what they found. 3 :26 - :36bruce tompkinsrancher :54 - :1:02vickie tompkinsranch er --reporter pkg-as follows-- (nats) "come 3 on blue."bruce and vickie tompkins have a small ranch with several rescued horses and donkeys.when they went to check on the animals sunday morning, they saw two of their horses were missing their tails.(bruce tompkins) "you could just see it was cut off with scissors."the tompkins said it feels like their home was just robbed.(bruce
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know, it's the horse's only line of defense against flies, and the tails are. to see them chopped off like this, it takes them so long to grow back."rusty is a miniature horse and used to have a tail down the ground, while blue lost about two feet of his tail.the tompkins said when they looked online they found horse hair can sell up to $400 a pound.(vickie tompkins) "they take the hair off the horses tail to make a hat band, or make hair extensions to put on some high dollar show horse, i'm p-o'd."another woman in raymond, nebraska shared photos on facebook of two of her horses also having their tails chopped off.the tompkins want to make sure horse owners are aware that someone out there is doing this.(bruce tompkins) "it's something that everybody who has horses needs to watch their horses and see what's going on." 3 it was the end of an era for a tokyo tradition this
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huge tuna fish was auctioned off for about 118 thousand dollars at a fish market in tokyo. but this is the *last* time the new year's auction will be at the historic site... it's kind of an end to an era.if all goes as planned... the world's biggest and most famous fish and seafood market will move in november to a massive new complex further south in tokyo bay. the winning bidder of this year's 440 pound tuna was the owner of a chain of sushi restaurants. he's been the top bidder for the last few years. 3 3 3 3 the red cross needs you to nominate some heroes! we'll talk about that next... in "talk of the town." 3 "you're watching siouxland
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heller and meteorologist 3 cat taylor" 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 temperatures will hover near the freezing mark most of today, and as another system starts to push in from the southwest bringing moisture, we could see patchy freezing drizzle and wintry mix with some snow the end of the afternoon.thursday night snow will continue, with snow likely on friday lingering into early saturday. before all is said and done we could see in the range of 1-3" possible east of i-29 with lesser amounts to the west. once the snow clears, our first push of arctic air breezes in for the end of the weekend into early next week. prepare for wind chills between -15 and -25. 3 3 the red cross wants you to nominate a hero. that's why xxx is here for talk of the
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morning.town this talk of the is here for that's why xxx hero. nominate a wants you to the red cross 3 3 and -25. 3
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red cross 3 the red cross wants you to nominate a hero. that's why tammy lee is here for talk of the town this morning.good morning! 3 jake and a guest or group of guests discuss upcoming
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3 thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment...or want to find out any more information...you can find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise...
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b a british sculptor has been cashing in on the star wars hype for almost 40 years we'll show you why he's finally making a profit after all this time it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 southwestern siouxland is under a dense fog advisory. be
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3 good morning, (sioux city)... it's (34 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 we're going to talk about a guy named andrew ainsworth now. he's the engineer who made the original star wars stormtrooper costumes after r meeting george lucas 40 years ago today. ainsworth says
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jumped ten - fold in the run - up to the latest star wars movie. but... as c - n - n's nick glass shows us... the helmets can *not* be sold in the united states. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- not so long 3 ago,not - it should be said - in a galaxy far, far way.. something menacing emerged . out of the whiteness.and just kept on coming a production line of 'star wars' stormtroopers.and a proud englishman stooooon a patch of grass in the london suburbs and showed us his gleaming helmet.this is the guy who fought george lucas in the british courts .. and won. (nick glass, cnn correspondent ) "how many courts did you have to go through? three. namely?"(andrew ainsworth, manufacturer) "the high court. the appeal court. and then the supreme court."(nick glass, cnn correspondent) "and you won every time."(andrew
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won everertime."andrew ainsworth still has the sasa workshop he had when he helped on ' star wars' precisely forty years ago. george lucas was in pre-production on the first movie at elstree studios an hour or so away.. and wanted props quickly.ainsworth was given just two small graphic images to work from. (andrew ainsworth, manufacturer) "oh they were lovely. for someone like me, that was morerehan enough information. i made the helmet in two days.(nick glass, cnn correspondent) "two days!" (andrew ainsworth, manufacturer) "two days yes. from sculpting the moulds and making the moulding process work. and getting the mouldings off because you add to one mould and substract from another mould."this is ainsworth's original metal resin mould from 1976.for almost thirty years, he forgot about it.until he needed moneyey for school fees, made a few more helmets and sold them. george lucas promptly sued him. (andrew ainsworth, manufacturer)"because we honestly believed that nobody can stop you being the artist
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it away from you. they can't take your hands off. so you can't use them any more. it was that ridiculous to us. it 's a no brainer. you had to defend it. "thehease lasted nine long years. ainsworth has 3 only just paid off his huge legal bill.(nick glass, cnn correspondent) "how much was it?"(andrew ainsworth, manufacturer) "i would rather not say but it was an awful lot. hundreds of thousands or millions? millions."the british ruling was that the helmet was a piece of industrial design and so out of copyright. so production could resume.with the new 'star wars' movie out, demand has increased at least tenfnfd and ainsworth is finally about to make some money.(nick glgls, cnn correspondent) "back in' 76, twtwty quid a helmet and now?" (andrew ainsworth, manufacturer) "we sell them for #500 for originals. but we do a copy at #200"(nick glass, cnn correspondent) "did you ever imagine it would turn out like this?" (andrew ainsworth, manufacturer) "no of course, i didn't"
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3 temperatures will hover near the freezing mark most of today, and as another system starts to push in from the southwest bringing moisture, we could see patchy freezing drizzle and wintry mix with some snow developing by the end of the afternoon.thursday night snow will continue, with snow likely on friday lingering into early saturday. before all is said and done we could see in the range of 1-3" possible east of i-29 with lesser amounts to the west. once the snow clears, our first push of arctic air breezes in for the end of the weekend into early next weekek prepare for wind chills between -15 and d 5. 3
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3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...performance artist laurie anderson's latest show went to the dogs. anderson put on a "concert for dogs" at new york's times square monday night. dogs were given priority seating for the concert. they sat next to the speakers because the music was performed at a
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frequency.people could hear the performance with wireless headphones. the show included a excerpt from anderson's documentary "heart of a dog" that also honored her late husband... legendary rocker lou ree anderson performed a similar concert years earlier outside australia's sydney opera house. 3 3 coming up... film production is booming in boston. we'll show you how one agent hunts for the perfect accent.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.keep it right
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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 the international community is vowing to punish north korea
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country says it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. officials in the u - s... along with other nuclear experts... are pretty skeptical... though... saying a blast like that would've been bigger than it was. if it's confirmed... . this would be north korea's fourth nuclear test.investors are keeping a close eye on wall street this morning... after news of china's stock market crash. chinese shares plunged more than 7 - percent within the first 30 minutes of trading today... setting off a new trading suspension system for the second time in a week. the selloff started after authorities let the (you - on) yuan... the chinese dollar... depreciate more.and... parts of drought - stricken california are still being hit by a series of storms fueled by el - nino. wednesday... a third round of rain set off mudslides and flooded highways in the southern half of the state. the system has also brought snow to the mountains... helping recharge the snowpack in that area. 3 and d sure to check ouou siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the
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3 and here is what the folks in studio 57 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".hello to you, i'm gayle king.coming up, new research on concussions in teenagers.how exercise could help them heal faster.that's coming up on cbs this morning 3 "this is siouxland ws at susuise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist
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3 temperatures will hover near the freezing mark most of today, and as another system starts to push in from the southwest bringing moisture, we could see patchy freezing drizzle and wintry mix with some snow developing by the end of the afternoon.thursday night snow will continue, with snow likely on friday lingering into early saturday. before all is said a a done we could see in the ranan of 1-3" possible east of i-2-2with lesser amounts to the wewe. once the snow clears, our first push of arctic air breezes in for the end of the weekend into early next week. prepare for wind chills between -15 and -25. 3 3 3 when a movie director needs a true "bah - ston" accent... their first call is usually to
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she specializes in casting actors when a boston dialect is required. reporter anna werner has this "wickck - sweet" story. 3
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sprinkler-fitter from (?) (bite from the guy, why he's 3 here)yet for peri..... (nats peri) you're just the guy i'm looking for !(10132) (peri) that's the kind of guy i want. (anna) because why?(peri) because i just want him to be authentic. (trim) so i'll meet them and instantly i know, cause i've been doin this for 30 years, and if i'm not the expert, shoot me - so instantly i know who's gonna be good, i just get a vibe. like in the movie 'the fighter', with mark wahlberg. remember wahlberg's sisters? (nats of the sisters)nearly all were locals discovered by peri. (group interview shot)it was erica mcdermitt's first audition, ever.(233725)(anna) and what did angela say that she liked about you? (mcdermitt) oh i was very fresh to angela. i think the way that i was able to swear and be tough and -(anna) the way you were able to swear? (mcdermitt) oh i swore quite a bit.(anna) and this is a good thing?(mcdermitt) -have - have you seen the movie?(nats movie clip with her swearing)(nats quigg in the movie)jill quigg's south boston accent baby gone'.(233855)(quigg) this is how i am. this is how i was raised. this is how i was brought up. (cut to: ) (anna) so this is the real you that we're seeing.(quigg) yeah. it's not - i'm not acting. i'm me. i'm jill. that's that. (line tba***************) it's a business that has come full circle for peri, who started
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but couldn't get work because so do you think people in boston should be proud of having such a strong accent? (peri) yeah. i am. i am. it's done me well.(line tba*****************) an accent that's now put her on the red carpet. anna werner, cbs news, boston. 3 in washington yesterday... the republican - led congress passed legislation to repeal obamacare.the house of representatives approved the measure 240 - 181. the senate already passed it before the holidays... so now for the first time... legislation to gut the affordable care act heads down pennsylvania avenue to the white house. president obama is expected to veto it. 3 "i was with the president on this because it benefits americans and i will remain with him on it because it still benefits americans."the bill also defunds planned parentntod. republicans don't have the votes for a veto override... making it a symbolic move they hope will help on the campaign trail. 3 the committee investigating the 20 - 12 terrorist attacks
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yesterday... this time to interview former c - i - a director david petraeus. 3 the house select committee on benghazi was created in 20 - 14 to try to find out more about those attacks. part of their investigation included an 11 - hour open - door testimony by former secretary of state and presidential candidate hillary clinton. yesterday's questioning of general petraeus happened behind closed doors... but the two men who led the committee had a difference of opinion about why it's taking so long. 3 "one of my frustrations has been the utter lack of assistance we have received from our colleagues on the other side the aisle in gaining access to documents i think everyone would tell you we're entitled to." "i think that this is being dragged out to get it as close to the election process as possilbe and that's very unfortunate."chairman gowdy says there are about a dozen more witnesses and the investigation should wrap up by mid - february. former defense secretary leon panetta is scheduled to appear before
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3 a human rights activist has a warning for americans about complacency and political correctness about islam. as kristine frazao shows us... this (sue - knee) sunni muslim thinks sharia law will continue to creep into the united states... *if* americans don't pay careful attention. 3 most of the world's one- point-six billion muslili favor shariaialaw, according to the pew research center. the data is from a massive 2013 survey of muslims in parts of asia, africa and eastern europe...the us and western europe were not included. the survey found muslims have varying support of different aspects of sharia. but, those who hold firm to all of sharia's precepts believe stoning women for adultry, cutting off the limbs of thieves and killing those who abandon the faith -- are still acceptable forms of punishment. "to have sharia as institutionalized law, as
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so, yes, if there are sharia courts being implemented in the united states, you should be worried."author raheel raza is among the most outspoken sunni muslims in the western hemisphere.she knows of no such sharia courts in the united states.but raza says sharia is seeping into everyday life in america. "there are imams who are performing 2nd and 3rd marriages for men under the shia system, they are doing muta. which is temporary marriage, none of this is legally being done, it's done under the table."and raza says it's happening right here."the concern is there, the concern is legitimate."zainab al- suwaij [pronounced al-sue-waygh] is the executive director of the american islamic congress.she believes americans' fears of sharia embeding into our society are largely overblown. "we have boundaries, we have laws and regulations that can stop these kinds of practices
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prompting some to ask if american laws and the constitution is strong enough to prevent sharia from becoming an acceptable practice in our society and in our courtrooms?""it's happening under the table. we need to have surveillance, we need to know what is going on." i'm kristine frazao siouxland news. 3 for all you tech junkies out there... the long - awaited virtual reality headset called oculus rift is now available to pre - orderthe company had so many initial pre - orders that the website crashed. an oculus rift set retails for about 6 - hundred - dollars. the company promises a more immersive experience when playing games or watching movies.facebook acquired the company in 20 - 14... and promised more games and programs geared toward the new technology. the first oculus rift shipments are expected to go out at the end
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3 3 3 3 the briar cliff and morningside men's and women's teams oth* faced off last night. and on the ladies sidedet was a battle of ranked teams. chris is next with sports. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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we could see patchy freezing drizzle and wintry mix with some snow developing by the end of the afternoon.thursday night snow will continue, with snow likely on friday lingering into early saturday. fore all is said andndone we could see in the range of 1-3" possible east of i-29 with lesser amounts to the west. once the snow clears, our first push of arctic air breezes in for the end of the weekend into early next week.
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between -15 and -25.3 3 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning. whas up moose? 3 sports with sports director chris neyenhouse.good morning siouxland, here's a look at your morning sports.during the current jamie sale era the morningside women's basketball team is 27 and 2 against briar cliff. but up until the latest rankings came out a couple days ago this was a battle of top 5 teams. and it's still pretty good even though the chargers slid from 4th to 11th in that poll.south sioux city's girls basketball team fresh off their big win at a very good west team last night atatnding the game. 1) morningside got off to a big lead in this one. audra corbit adds to it with this "and 1". morningside up 64-42 in the fourth quarter.2) chargers not giving up though. emily kay for three. she's got it!3) then off the corbit miss heelan record setting goalie tristan bowl-you with the putback! they're grooming her to be their point gugud!4) more threeeeneeded for the cliff. jessi corrick finds kay
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but just too much mustangs. brandan tie nails the jumper. morningside wins it 80-60. morningside's won 8 straight in this rivalry on the men's side but briar cliff came in having won 11 games in a row during this season.1) and the first points belonged to the chargers. and that is just unfair when you're that big and can drive like that. austin homan with the layin.2) morningside answers right back. using the pick effectively blake van ginkel gets the hoop. panther pride baby! he went to dakota valley. 3) then off the steal by bryan forbes clay herald for three! it's good!4) then check out heelan grad shane graves split the defense and make that shot looking over his head! briar cliff opened things up early. 5) morningside comes right back this is brodie van ginkel nice move for the hoop! ! 6) and then this is forbesesagain for two. briaiacliff would go on to win 78-73.dordt and mount marty men tonight over in sioux center. 1. pick up action in the first half.. dordt's nathan rindels with the drive and layup. defenders up two to one.2. still in the first half.. dordt's austin bykerk with the short jumper.. defenders up five to one.3. later in the first.. dordt's rindels with the tough move inside. defenders up seven to one.4. mount marty trying to keep it close early. taylor millay with the jumper.. cuts
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three.5. next time down the court for dordt.. grant harkness with the turnaround.. he's fouled.. he'd make the free throw.. dordt up ten to three at that point and... dordt goes on to win 78-57. dordt hosting mount marty on the ladies side! 1. pick up action at the end of regulation..dordt downfity- eight to fifty six with eleven seconds left.. micah hulst scores the layup to tie the game and send it to overtime. 2. in o-t.. jamie gesink with the drive and the layup.. dordt up sixty to fifty eight. 3. move to the end of the first o-t and dordt up three.. mount marty's alex kneeland hits the three to send it into a second overtime.4. in the second o-t it was all mount marty..kneeland on the break and the layup.. lancers up seventy to sixty nine.5. than mount marty on the break.. kellie winckler with the rebound and layup.. lancers up seventy-two to sixty nine and dordt would never retake the lead.. dordt loses to mount marty in double overtime..eight y to seventy-three. northwestern hosting the fifth ranked dakota wesleyan woman: 1. pick up action in the second quarter.. northwestern' s haley birks with the drive.. northwestern up twenty-six to twenty-four2. next time down the court for the red raiders.. renee maneman with the drive and layup.. northwestern up twenty eight to twenty six.3. later in the second quarter.. morgan vandersloot picks up the loose ball and scores the basket.. red raiders up thrity to twenty nine.4. with just under a minute left in the half.. northwestern's kassidey dejong with the layup.. northwestern
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thirty seven to thirty two and.. northwestern falls just short of the upset. 73-70 the final.not an easy task for northwestern's men hosting 13th ranked dakota wesleyan tonight either. 1. pick up action in the second half.. northwestern's nathan wedel with the turnaround.. red raiders up sixty-one to forty-eight.2. next time down the court. it's bryce moss with the nice move insnse.. red raiders up sixty-three to fifty one.3. later in the third quarter.. northwestern on the break.. colton kooima with the layup and he's fouled. he'd make the free throw.. sixty-seven to fifty- three red raiders.4. later in the third.. jordan baker hits a cutting nathan wedel for the layup.. nortwestern up sixty nine to fifty five and... northwestern pulls it off! they win it 102-96!that's it for your morning sportscast. join us tonight for sports at five and ten.have a great morning, back to you jake. 3 3 a new thriller takekepeople to one of the creepipit places on earth. it's (time)... we'll have a preview of "the forest" next in your sunrise forest" next in preview of "the we'll have a it's (time)... earth. places on creepiest to one of the takes people a new thriller
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a great 3 morning, back to you jake. 3 3 a new thriller takes people to one of the creepiest places on eartrt it's (time)... we'll have a preview of "the e rest" next in your sunrise entertainment. 3 all that moisture in kansas
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in the form of snow. details 3 next. 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 temperatures will hover near the freezing mark most of today, and as another system starts to push in from the southwest bringing moisture, we could see patchy freezing drizzle and wintry mix with some snow developing by the end of the afternoon.thursday night snow will continue, with snow likely on friday lingering into early saturday. before all is said and done we could see in the range of 1-3" possible east of i-29 with lesser amounts to the west. once the snow clears, our first push of arctic air the end of the weekend into early next week. prepare for wind
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3 3 the upcoming movie... "the forest"... is set in the woods area near japan's mount fuji... where hundreds of people have gone to commit suicide. suzanne marques has a look at the film... *and* its stars. 3 pkg trt: 1:22 cgs: :00-:04-"the forest"/gramercy pictures:15-:26- natalie dorman/"sara"3 :34-:42-taylor kinney/"aiden" (script:)(natsot)"we're identical twins..." natalie dorman plays sara - a twin whose sister disappears in japan in the new thriller, "the forest." (natsot)"your sister went into aokigahara forest... it's where lost people go to commit suicide." (sot)"they are two girls who have had a rather terrific trauma in their lives and they've both gone in opposite
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emotional 3 baggage of that." sara goes into the forest to search for her, and with the help of a mysterious ex-patriot journalist named aiden, played by taylor kinney. (sot)"he can be charming at one point, and then a bit abrasive and hostile in another, and you're never quite sure. he kind of floats in the middle." (natsot) 'you cannot stay after dark." "i'm not leaving without my sister." despite warnings, they go deeper into the woods haunted by lost souls. (natsot) "people sometimes see thingsgs in the forest.//it's not there.... it's here (taps head)." dorman says sorting out what's real and what's not keep her character - and the audience - on edge. (sot)"so, there's this entertainme aspect to the film, but there's also like, some real moral-type questions and questions about love and family in there as well." she calls the film a true psychological thriller. (natsot)*hand touches sara through tent, she screams* but expect plenty of scares as well. suzanne marques, cbs nene, los angeles. 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this
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powerball jackpot is going to be $675 million. will you buy a ticket? 3 3 still to come... the d - e - a is investigating the d - e - a is still to come... 3 3 ticket?3 3 3 still to come... the d - e - a is investigating dozens of doctors in west virginia we'll show you why they're facing lawsuits from former patients.it's now ( (me) as we
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3 3 good morning everyone,thanks
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heller...and i'm meteorologist 3 cat taylor. 3 temperatures will hover near the freezing mark most of today, and as another system starts to push in from the southwest bringing moisture, we could see patchy freezing drizzle and wintry mix with some snow developing by the end of the afternoon.thursday night snow will continue, with snow likely on friday lingering into early saturday. before all is said and done we could see in the range of 1-3" possible east of i-29 with lesser amounts to the west. once the snow clears, our first push of arctic air breezes in for the end of the weekend inin early next week. prepare for wind chills between -15 and -25. 3 zens of 3 zens of doctors... pharmacies... and distributors all through west virginia are being investigated by the d - e - a because of a painkiller problem. as c - b - s news correspondent jim axelrod shows us... west virginia leads the nation in overdose deaths. 3 nats - jim+willis walk along tracks(axe and willis walking along rail tracks dissolve to stills) 17 years ago... willis duncan's life changed forever .. when a coal mining accident
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sternum and broken ribs. (012002 willis duncan) if i didn't have ten pain pills, i wouldn't go to work. bottom line. (axelrod) changed your life.(willis) changed everything .(ws willis and axe talking/clinic)duncan developed a life long addiction to painkillers when his doctor's only 'treatment' was a never ending supply y pills. (011521 willis) the only time you went in to see a dr. was to get your pills taised. that's the only time you'd see a dr. (axelrod 011530) you go in to get looked at but the exam isn't done by a dr.? (willis) no. (exterior of offices dissolve to stills of long lines of patients) duncan would wait for hours to be seen at this clinic for just a few minutes, where 150 patients lined up every day.(012905 axe) did you ever say to a dr , this has gotten out of hand. i need help.(012914 wd) never. / cause you'd get used to them and you didn't know how to function without 'em. this cash only operation allowed doctors to clear as much as a hundred thousand dollars a week (dea 2010 raid of dr shafers offices) nats agent - 'we're executing a search warrant....'the clinic was
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(trashy exam room/agent going g into starving bird room) these are what passed for exam rooms - nats agent - piles of trash and files, loose prescription pads, syringes and starving birds stuck in roach infested cages.(agents sifting thru records and prescriptions/m ountain medical no tresspassing signs/tug valley pharmacy)hundreds of patient records were seized with thousands of undated and pre-signed prescriptions for addictive pain meds like vicodin, xanex and lortab . the doctor went to jail for six months for negligence. (112407 gn) we are talking in a certain sense drug traffickers.// they are doing nothing but writing and cranking out prescription after prescription after prescription- (ja) they're pushers. (gn) 3 they truly are.natsdea agent gary newman is part of a team currently investigating dozens of doctors, pharmacies and distributors throughout the state. nat(++grfx - stats) west virginia has the highest rate of overdose deaths in the
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write the equivalent of one painkiller prescription for every man, woman and child in this state of one point eight million.(++grfx of state docs with shutdown notices)in the last year, the west virginia department of health inspected nineteen pain clinics. twelve were told to shut down. (youtube video)nats - dr. kostenko lectureone is run by doctor michael kostenko - seen here lecturing patients - he's written more than forty- thousand painpill prescriptions over the last two years at his coal country clinic. kostenko was among those ordered to stop operating as a pain clinic, but remains open. after weeks of trying to reach kosten- (gopro material of drive down long dirt road/rottweiler at door/ws of facility) we drove out to coal country clinic at the end of this narrow two mile logging road. instead of finding the doctor -- we came face to face with a rottweiler. shutting down these clinics can often take years because
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writing 'legal' prescriptions. (gary newman 112007) therein lies the problem. you have to be able to prove in court that their prescribing was for a non medical necessity or for in such an egregious amount that it was negligent. (willis walking ) among the thirty west virginians now suing their doctors and pharmacies for enabling there addiction is willis duncan. (willis 014701) they hurt a lot of people, i mean its a bad deal all the way around. i have nothing for them. nothing for none of them 3 3 none of themnothing for 3 none of them 3 the wife of presidential candidate and former arkansas governor mike huckabee made a
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morning."bang bang"3 janet huckabee's visit to the yards shooting range was her third visit to a shooting range in iowa. in between firing few rounds... she told us what she thinks of the president's gun control plans that were announced tuesday. 3 "we really need to focus on those who have mental health problems, i think that's important but to just you know to do what he did i don't think its reallys going to have a bearing.// i don't think it'll going toto help those who are going to break the law anyway, it just makes it harder for those are already law abiding citizens."huckabee thinks the president's actions will only lead people to buy more guns and ammunition. 3 a former congressman who once represented parts of northwest iowa is now fighting cancer.tom latham retired from the u - s house in 20 - 14... after serving one term as
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southwestern 3rd district... and after 17 - years representing north - central iowa in the old 4th district.yesterday afternoon... he announced on facebook he'd been diagnosed with lymphoma.latham says he's confident the planned treatment will work... and he'll be back up to full speed soon. 3 20 - 16 will be a busy year for work on interstate 29... with quite a few bridges through downtown getting worked on.this year will also see pavement reconstruction on i - 29 going north... the multi - million dollar project will take about two years to finish. the bridges we're talking about are the ones that cross floyd boulevard... virginia street... pierce street... and hamilton boulevard. 3 "it's a lot of construction and we said that there would be some continued issues as far as traffic through the downtown. we try and minimize it and as we completed another segment this last fall, hopefully, the motorists can see what the end product's
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like."work is also going on to finish the 4 - lane expansion of highway 20 between correctionville and early. that's expected to be done in 20 - 18. 3 and one lane of south - bound i - 29 will be closed today. crews will be working on some overhead signs. the inside south - bound lane will be closed between wesley parkway and pierce street from 9 this morning to three o'clock this afternoon. 3 there's a new treatment to melt away "double - chin fat"... and you don't have to go under the knife for it. 3 the (kye - bella) kybella procedure is an f - d - a approved non - surgical injection eliminating fat below the chin. midlands clinic dermatologist doctor indy (shab - ruh) chabra is one of the first dermatologists in siouxland to offer the *fat removing* treatment. 3 "the product works by dissolving fat cells and
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in a permanent manner. so the number of injections really depend on the degree of submental fullness. how much fat there is underneath the chin. so it varies person to person. in this patient, it was 20 injections."the procedure costs right around 5 - thousand dollars. (sha - bra) chabra says his patients experience visible results around their chin and areasas around the neck. 3 you can see the biggest... newest... and most technologically advanced farm equipment at the dakota farm show this week. 3 "of course they always bring in the big equipment just to show off, but just the new stuff, it's kind of fun to see it."tim nielsen was just one of the thousands of people at the 33rdrdnnual dakota farm show in vermillion. it's at the dakota dome again this year. one of the 280 exhibitors is mark's machinery out of yankton... showing off new auto - steer and g - p - s systems for tractors. technology that can save fuel and time... and make a farmer's job a little easier.
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know, they're not near as tired at the end of the day from sitting there and watching a marker the entire time." 3 today is the last day of the show this year... it runs from nine this morning to four this afternoon. 3 nebraska's legislature's 20 - 16 session got started yesterday.lawmakers in lincoln are facing a major budget shortfall after last year's income tax cuts. but that's not stopping governor pete ricketts from requesting more tax cuts... this t te to property taxax ininhe state. the unicameral is expected to be in session for just 60 days this year. 3 3 3 it's a side - effect of our increasingly digital world... eye strain. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you what eye doctors say you can do to live in the modern world and keep your eyes healthy. 3 our temperatures are still above normal but arctic air
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normal this weekend. 3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 temperatures will hover near the freezing mark most of today, and as another system starts to push in from the southwest bringing moisture, we could see patchy freezizi drizzlzland wintry mix with h some snow developing by the end of the afternoon.thursday night snow will continue, with snow likely on friday lingering into early saturday. before all is said and done we could see in the range of 1-3"
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lesser amounts to the west. once the snow clears, our first push of arctic air breezes in for the end of the weekend into early next week. prepare for wind chills between -15 and -25.
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3 a new survey shows americans are spending a lot of time on devices like computers and smartphones... and that's causing digital eye strain. reporter marlie hall has more on what is... and whwh you can do to keep your eyes healaly. 3 (track)christopher coletti works in technology sales.so he spends a lot of time on his laptop and smartphone.(sot - christopher coletti) i started noticing that i was having headaches and eyestrain and constantly blinking(track)he suffers from digital eye strain and he's not alone.a new survey from the vision council shows nearly eighthtn ten americans who suffer from digital eye strain use two or more devices at the same time. (sot - dr. jessi lee / park slope eye)the human eyes weren't designed to spend 10 to 12 hours a day looking up close so it's a relatively new phenomenon(track) the survey of more than 10-thousand adults also found 65 percent of americans suffer from symptoms such as dry, irritated eyes, blurred vision, headaches as well as
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staring at screens.(sot - dr. jessi lee / park slope eye) i would say it might even be higher than that(track)doctor jessi lee says you can help prevent digital eye strain by using the twenty - twenty - twenty rule.(sot - dr. jessi lee / park slope eye) for every 20 minutes that you're working up close take to 20 second break to look at something 20 feet further away and that just allows your eyes to refresh and start back fresh (track) for colletti, new lenses made for digital eye strain were the ultimate fresh start.(sot - christopher coletti) from the moment i put on my prescription, i felt my eyes instantly relaxed(track) he says the screens arent going the strain is all gone. marlie hall cbs news brooklyn new york. 3 doctors also say pushing your screen further back and increasing the font size on your device can also lessen eye strain. they also recommend yearly eye exams whether or not you'r e experiencing any visual symptoms. 3 3 we're getting a closer look at that fridge with that giant touch screen on the front... and it's more practical than
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c - net tech update.3 good morning, (norfolk)... it's (33) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (sqaure tire) camera. 3 the worst part of vacuuming is lugging the vacuum around. now there's a new model that follows you on its own. here's your c - net tech update. 3 your appliances can now go shopping for you. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. the international consumer electronics show continues to roll along, and here at the las vegas convention center, the show floor has opened, with companies demoing their latest innovations for 2016. the media gets some early peaks at products, and so far the stars of the show are the large home appliances. we're in the dawn n of the smart home age, and companies are showing off how mundane washing machines and
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family hub refrigerator by samsung. it brings a new meaning to netflix and chill when you have a giant 21- and-a-half-inch screen on the door. we got a closer look and there's more to this fridge than just throwing a tablet on the front. you can use this screen to purchase groceries with a new mastercard app. just make a list of what you need and when you're ready, it'll deliver your order from freshdirect or shoprite. just be careful on giving your kids the pin number for ordering or you may end up with 17 cartons of ice cream and oreos. the fridge also has cameras inside the doors, so if you're at the store and forgot if you have milk, well just open your phone app to look inside the fridge. samsung also plans to iningrate this with alexa, that's the voice control assistant frfr the amazon echo. the idea is to have alexa technology inside the fridge itself. this futuristic fridge arrives in the spring for $5-thousand-dollars."lg has a smart fridge that has a see-through front pannel when you knock on the door. it's not exactly much of a time saver from just opening the darn door, but another feature is pretty cool - if your hands are full, stick your foot in front of a sensor on the bottom to pop open the door. i'm not sure if that'll also pop open when your pet sits in front of it.perhaps in the near future, you won't have to buy a separate washer and dryer. lg's twin washing machine can also dry your clothes. so not only does it wash two loads at once, but the main washing bin can switch into a dryer. a startup company called marathon is also doing this, and it's two-in-one machine is going for $12-hundred dollars. whirlpool showed off a dishwasher that will o oer detergent from amazon when it calculates that you're low on soap. and whirlpool also has an oven that will talk to your nest smart thermostat, to alert you if you left the oven on when you left the house. so it's not all shopping, sometimes its safety."and here's some smart tech that sucks. really. (source: lg: 02;26;28 - 02;36;22)the lg cordzero canister vacuum tracks you to follow and move with you as you clean around the home, so you don't have to lug around the engine. it's lika pet vacuum "some of the highfrom ces 2but uch more in store stagat the las convention
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sunrise.3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (norfolk) on the (square tire) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ...
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3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 the international community is vowing to punish north korea with more sanctions after the country says it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. officials in the u - s... along with other nunuear experts... are pretty skeptical... ththgh... saying a blast like that would've been bigger than it was. if it's confirmed... this would be north korea's fourth nuclear test.investors are keeping a close eye on wall street this morning... after news of china's stock market crash. chinese shares plunged more than 7 - percent within the first 30 minutes of trading today... setting off a new trading suspension system for the second time in a week. the selloff started after authorities let the (you - on) yuan... the chinese dollar... depreciate more.and... parts of drought - stricken california are still being hit by a series of storms fueled by el - nino. wednesday... a third round of rain set off mudslides and flooded highways
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state. the system has also brought snow to the mountains... helping recharge the snowpack in that area. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the
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