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have a great day. "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 3 good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with us on this xxx 3 morning. 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows will once agaiaiplummet to below zero lelels for the weekend and into the first part of
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3 3 3 president obama goes to omaha and baton rouge louisiana today... after talking about his presidential achievements and being optimitistic for the future in his state of the union address last night. while a lot of democrats said the speech was inspirational... as c - b - s news correspondent (we - juh) weijia (jang) jiang shows us... some republicans criticized the speech didn't really mention the issues. 3 chyrons:washington, dcgov. nikki haley/(r) south carolina weijia jiang/cbs news, washingtonsen. ted cruz/republican presidential candidate(pkg) -nat/sot-"i stand here as confident as i have ever been that the state of our union is strong." in his seventh and final state of the union address, president obama aimed to set his legacy and focus on the future:(obama sot) the future we want -- opportunity and security for our families. // but it will only happen if we work together. // it will only
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the president spoke less about policy and more on changing washingtonadmitting he failed to bring the parties together. (obama sot) it's one of the few regrets of my presidency - that the rancor and suspicion between the parties has gotten worse instead of better. president obama did not mention any gop presidential candidates by name ... but warned against rhetoric over islam.(obama sot) when politicians insult muslims. that doesn't make us safer. that's not telling us like it is. it's just wrong. it diminishes us in the eyes of the world. south carolina vernor nikki haley g ge the republican response... echoing the president's calls to calm the anti muslim rhetoric.(sot gov nikki haley/ r-sc) "no one who is willing to work hard, abide by our laws and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome." the republican governor did give a critical view of president obama's record on the economy: (sot haley) "we're feeling a crushing national debt, a health care plan that has made insurance less affordable. (standup: weijia jiang cbs news washington, d.c.) reaction to the state of the union from the campaign trail was swift, with trump taking
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president's address here in washington boring, slow and lethargic.texas senator ted cruz, who opted to skip the e speech was in new hampshire: (sot sen. ted cruz/republican presidential candidate) it was more of the same. it was sadly less a state of the union and more a state of denial.today president obama will head to omaha to push the major themes of his address.weijia jiang cbs news washington. 3 more funding for iowa schools is one of the top priorities iowa governor branstad mentioned when talking about a "tight" 20 - 16 budget yesterday.the governor gave his annual condition of the state address yesterday morning... saying even though there's a limited amount of new tax money to spend... he's committed to providing for iowa schools. 3 "today i'm proposing an increase in k-12 funding of over $145 million.//this
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spending in the state budget to over $3.2 3 billion annually."the governor also called for more medicaid funding... and introduced plans to improve water quality in the state. 3 3 more money for education also a high priority in south dakota this year. governor dennis daugaard with proposals to increase teacher pay in the state. the governor's plan would raise saleletax rates in the state by half - a - percent while cutting property taxes... and using the money to raise teacher salaries. he says south dakota has fallen behind neighboring states. 3 "the states that are most like us, north dakota, montana, and nebraska, spend more per student than we do, have more teachers per student than we do, and pay higher salaries than 3 we do."the school administrators
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support the plan... and they'll work with the governor's office and state lawmakers to make sure the plan is fair and beneficial to all south dakota teachers. 3 "we're hoping that the legislators are able to support the governor's plan. certainly its not a perfect plan, but we think it's a very good plan that we can work on together to do the most we can for teachers salaries "the south dakota education association is also supporting the governor's plan. 3 this morning we know authorities over in sac county iowa have found out who died in that house fire last week.the fire happened early friday morning out in the country in sac county... close to the town of breda. by the time e firefighters got there... the home was completely burnt to the ground. later... investigators found human remains in the rubble.the sac county sheriff's office says the iowa state medical examiner's office used dental records 3 to identify those remains as 48 - year - old daniel (mealk)mielk.(mealk) mielk lived
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suspected in his death. we ill don't know exactly what caused the fire. 3 and an emergency call could have been much worse for one sioux city business yesterday afternoon. 3 fire crews were called just after one o'clock to the rodeway inn on zenith drive. someone said there was a fire on the roof of one of the hotel's buildings. 3 "once crews arrived on scene there was actually maintenance workers on scene and they had extinguished a small fire in a rooftop heating unit. "no one was hurt in the fire... investigators say it was a small electrical fire in that heating unit. 3 3 investigators have also found out the cause of monday's fire at sneaky's chicken on gogoon drive in sioux city. the fire broke o o in a orage shsh behind the restaurant around 9 - 30 monday morning. it was started by improperly disposed of smoking terials. the fire itself was contained to the storage shed... the restaurant *did* get smoke and water
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be closed for repairs until further notice... but the store's catering business will keep running from a separate locatiti. 3 the woodbury county supervisors are trying to help the city of correctionville replace its swimming pool.a new swimming pool will cost almost one hundred thousand dollars.along with donations and private fundraising... the city of correctionville is applying for a vision iowa grant. the supervisors are signing a letter of support for the application. 3 "and beyond that we also have the option as a board to use local option sales tax for economic developement. which voters approved of in a referendum several years ago to actually support quality of life issues economic developement out in the rural communities and thats what we really want to do with that."county supervisor mark monson proposed donating five thousand dollars of that money to the project. the supervisors will talk about the donation more next week. 3 a woman from sioux city who was missing since this weekend has been
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knee - kwa) shaniqwa hayes was missing since sunday afternoon. her home is in leeds in sioux city... she works at the tyson plant in south sioux city... she's also a cheerleader for the sioux city hornets basketball team. her friends reported her missing sunday after she didn't show up for work. she was found in her car... in a ditch near moville yesterday. she was taken to a hospital to be treated for hypothermia. 3 in oregon... the portland business alliance is renting a machine kind of like a zamboni to clean up bird droppings downtown.yep...it's called the poop - master - six - thousand. crows like to roost in the trees in the winter... and they leave behind a poopy mess. the poop - master - six - thousand makes clean - up really quick.this *green* machine is run by a local homeless - to -
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costs two - thousand dollars a month to rent versus 60 - thousand plus operating costs to buy it. and it looks like it's prty fun to drive! 3 3 3 our feels lime temperatures are still pretty cold. expect a warm up today with temperatures above freezing! 3 3 coming up... turkey is reeling after another suicide bombing in a part of istanbul popular with tourists. we'll show you what steps the turkish goverment is taking to stop attacks like this in the future. 3 "you're watching siouxlanan
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heller and meteorologist 3 cat taylor" 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxlananfederal edit union" 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows will once again plummet to below zero levels for the weekend and into the first part of next week.
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3 3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... there's another big powerball drawing tonight. are you going to buy a ticket? 3 there's good news for visa checkout users... c - b - s news correspondent (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in new york
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3 tuesday was a 3 good day for wall streetthe dow hit triple digits-- closing up 117 points.and for the first time in over a week the nasdaq close up gaining 47 points.///visa check out has added some big companies to its digital payment service including starbucks, the n-f-l store and home shopping network. the merchants have joined more than a quarter of a million partners. that allows consumers to shop and pay seamlessly through their mobile apps and websitesvisa check out has more than 10 million users - making it the worlds biggest payment network. ///it seems european based airbus sold more jets in 2015 compared it its rival u.s counterpart boeing. airbus says it sold over a thousand jets and delivered 635 of them to airlines and other buyers. however, boeing filled more orders. the company says they
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year. ///uber is launching "trip experiences" hoping to make the ride for passengers a little more entertaining. with the users permission - riders will be able to connect to their favorite apps - get a playlist of songs they like, even recieve recommendations and make reservations for restaurants they are about to visit. during ththholidays, the ride sharing app completed its billionth trip.///that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, im hena daniels 3 3 at least ten people were killed in turkey when a suicide bomber blew himself up. as reporter holly williams shows us... it looks like the bomber was targeting a group of foreign tourists. 3 (policemen shouting, body lying in square, ambulance sirens) the deadly explosion targeted istanbul's historic heart - just yards from monuments dating back two thousand years. at least eight of those who lost their lives were german tourists - this image captures the moment of the blast. (norwegians) jostein nielsen, from norway,
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bomb. (soundbite) we were splattered, said his wife magna. our clothes, my jacket was spattered with burnt human remains. (erdogan speaking today) the turkish government blamed a syrian suicide bomber and said he was a member of isis. but so far the terrorist group - which normally celebrates its atrocities - has not taken responsibility. (ankara peace rally before
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months 3 after two suicide bombers targeted a peace rally in the turkish capital, ankara. (explosion in ankara) more than a hundred people were killed - in the deadliest terror attack in turkey's modern history. (us airstrikes in syria turkish border) turkey's a member of the us-led coalition against isis - and has tightened its border security to try to stop the flow of militants to syria. (recent violence in turkey's southeast) but turkey's also engaged in a violent conflict with the country's kurdish minority after a ceasefire collapsed last year.tag 3 3 after the break... people in flint... michigan are demanding answers from the city. we'll show you why they're finally getting safe drinking water for the first time in years. 3 we are 10 to 20 degrees warmer than we were this time yesterday. this warming trend will continue for only 48
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lasts!3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows will once again plummet to below zero levels for the weekend
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3 after two years of living with tainted tap water... citizens in flint michigan are getting clean water delivered to their homes. but as reporter adriana diaz shows us... now there are questitis about what state officials knew... and when. 3 (nat 1:40:07)door knock nat then "emergency management water filter!"these flint residents have beenaiting a long time for this. natstoday, volunteers and state troopers handed out bottled water and filters, a week after michigan governor rick snyder declared a state of emergency for the city. (flint resident at door today 1:30:17)resident: you can't drink it you can't bathe in it, it's ridiculous. (gfx) it was back in october that the drinking water in flint was declared unsafe. but recently uneaeahed emails suggest that s ste officials knew about the leadproblem as far back as s ly. that's when an internal state health study found high lead levels in flint children after the 2014 water switch. but residents weren't told there was a problem until 2 months ter and continued to drink the contaminated water. governor snyder came to flint yesterday. (sot-gov. snyder) "i've apologized for what's going on with the state. i tried to be prudent to take actions and take steps to address these situations."
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said the governor's words ring hollow. (gladys williams)"we are the walking dead. we just haven't had the dirt throrod (sic) upon us yet."natelena richardson worries about *her* kids. their pediatrician told her the contaminated drinking water may be what's behind their skin rashes and mouth sores, known indicators of lead exposure. richardson gives her 2 year old xxx drops 4 times a day. (12:34:55)it's sad, it's frustrating, its irritating bc it's like nobody cares(12:39:41)ad: why do you think ppl don't care?er: because it's just a high crime rate here and // poor african americans. snyder don't care, he don't stay here, he don't
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3 still to come 3 still to come this morning... saint louis is losing its football team. we'll show you who could be joining the rams in los angeles.
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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 heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 expect a warm up today a tomorrow with partly 3 tomorrow up today and expect a warm 3 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows will
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and part of next week. 3 3 we start off this half hour with sad news for rams fans. saint louis is losing its football team. n - f - l owners voted tuesday to let the rams move to the los angeles area. but as c - b - s news correspondent omar (vee - uh - frank - uh) villafranca shshs us... fans i isaint louis say they're sad to see their team go. 3 johnny perez/rams fanroger goodell/nfl commissionermark davis/owner 3 oakland raiders(nats of happy la fans) the 21 year nfl absence in l-a is over... with news that the rams will move back to southern california.
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team colors are celebrating. (wed0046 kcbs- fan reax - johnny perez) it's more than football it's history tradition cities have that we didn't have for a long timenfl owners voted 30 to 2 to allow the team to move from st louis to los angeles. the dealallso gives the san diego chargers a chance to join the rams. both teams 3 would play in a multibillion dollar...state of the art stadium in inglewood...about 10 miles from downtown l-a. (tue0492 kcbs - roger goodell nfl commissioner) this was an opportunity to reenter the los angeles market, returning the rams to their home market, and with a project that we think is going to change frankly not just nfl stadiums and nfl complexes, but i think sports complexes around the world.the chargers have one year to make their decision to stay or go. if the chargers choose not to relocate, the oakland raiders would be given the opportunity. (tue0481 kcbs mark davis/owner oakland raiders) "we'll see where the raider nation ends up here. we'll be working really hard to find us a home. and, that's what we're looking for and for our fans." the biggest losers in the deal might be the st louis fans....who are now left without a team to cheer for on sundays. (tue0525 kmov/mos disappointed rams fan:34-:40) it's just depressing to see a team that i love that i poured all my sunday's into for years, just leave. the rams will start playing in l-a next season. ov....cbs news...houston.
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oakland coliseum is up next month. it's possible they could move to san antonio... or maybe even san diego or saint louis if they can't strike a deal to stay put. 3 some siouxland non - profit agencies are trying to coordinate their efforts in the area.representatives from those groups came together at the iowa state university extension's new building on singing hills boulevard for their bi - ennial summit yesterday. that meeting gives agencies a chance to share information about the services they provide... and work together to avoid duplicating efforts. 3 "it a valuable tool for local now profits because everybody's programs change all the time. we are always doing different things, adding programs, dropping programs. so its really important that everyone know what other agencies are doing so that we can make rererrals "siouxland agencies hold meetings like this every other year. 3 students in south sioux city
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the digital life yesterday morning. 3 13 - hundred high school students listened to a presentation on the dangers of cyberbullying and sexting from a lawyer specializing in education law. the esentation even had a talk about t me of the potentntl *legal* consequences of inappropriate use of social media. 3 "you know we see a lot of kids making really unsafe and unwise decisions on social media. so if i can get kids to think twice before they post something if i can save one kid from criminal charges, from scholarship lose from those kind of things its then the whole thing is worth it to me."there was a similar presentation for *parents* last night at the south sioux ty middle schchl auditorium. 3 the iowa state patrol is using social media to try and stop people from dying on the road...trooper vince kurtz is the man behind a new youtube series called "windshield time." he records two or three minute episodes on his cellphone inside his patrol car. the series was
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discussion on safe driving in the class room. the first few segments include winter driving tips... future episodes will talk about seatbelts and drunk driving. the iowa state patrol hopes to get a new safety video out at least once each month. we've got a link to the videos that are out already... in this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. 3 we're learning more about what happened monday morning at north middle school... when a 6t6tgrader was caught trying g to bring an unloaded gun to school. sioux city schools say there was never any danger to students or staff... but administrators are still getting heat from parents... upset they didn't learn about what happened until monday night. our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran talked with the superintendent. 3 "we detained that student, searched that student and in fact did find an unloaded weapon with no ammunition."on tuesday afternoon, sioux city community school district dr. paul gausman addressed the
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yesterdaa's incident on facebook, and social media. "that school building has about 1,100 students in it, so we don't have the ability to make personal phone calls to eaech and every home but we wanted everyone to know what went on. we wanted to know as much as we could share with them."gausman said the situation was taken very seriously by school officials. it took many factors in order to make the right decision to inform parents in a timely manner."we needed to go through all of the steps necessary to make certain that our students and staff members were safe.i made the decision yesterday that the proper time for our notification was at 6 o'clock, and i should say about 6 o'clock becauseit an electronic messaging system that we send out so not everybody received a call exactly at 6."the student in question was identified as a 12-year-old 6th grade boy.he was arrested and is facing charges of carrying a concealed weapon on campus. "and i'm so disappointed that
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this, because it's just unfortunate that this has become such common place in society."ststdard out. 3 and if *you* own a gun... the sioux city police department wants you to keep it safe and locked. 3 police are giving out free gun locks... trying to keep adults and kids safe. police say kids might find the gun and pull the trigger accidentally... that could kill someone. the free gun lock is basically a steel cable secured to a padlock. 3 "we're limiting it right now to two locks per family and ask them to use the locks and keep that gun safe."want to let anybody know it's very simple just come to the front desk and let know you want a lock and that's all you got to do."if you want a free gun lock... you can pick it up at the sioux city police department at 6 - 0 - 1 douglas street. 3 the powerball jackpot hit the 1 point 5 billion dollar mark now... and there's a lot of
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not just in the united states... but in canada... too. as reporter demarco morgan shows us... thousands of canadians are pouring over the border to try their luck. 3 supers:package:while millions of americans think they're lucky enough to beat the unimaginable odds, so too do canadians.(nat) i'm gonna take my chances just like everyone e else. shari ann says she drove nearly two hours from her ontario home for a chance to become the world's next billionaire. (sot: shari ann/canadian) we come here and drop a lot of money on a regular basis. we shop in the u.s. a lot. so we give to you, it's time you give back!our neighbors to the north have been travelling across the border from cities like vancouver, toronto, and montreal. (nat) the canadians. they coming like crazy here for the lotto.which they're *legally* allowed to do.(sot: alex traverso/california state lottery) "you don't have to be a us citizen to buy a powerball ticket. // as long as you're buying youtickets at an authorized retail location then that's fine with us."but winners outside the
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withhold 30 percent of gambling winnings paid to a foreigner. that's 5% more than for a u.s. resident. but no matter which side of the border you're on, there's no escaping the one in nearly 300 million chance of winning. (nat) (niagra falls resident) even though the odds are totally against winning, somebody has to win. so you can dream.demarco morgan, cbs news, niagara falls, new york. 3 theme parks aren't known for wild animals... but one in new jersey just got a couple new additions.six flags great adventure welcomed a siberian tiger cub and an african lion cub. the birth of the tiger cub is the first of its kind in 13 - years. six flags' safari team will raise the tiger and lion as one litter... even though the cubs belonging to different species and would live on different continents in the wild. 3 according to a six flags vet... the first - time mothers had given birth to their babies around the same
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signs of caring for the newborns... so the safari team stepped in. the two cats are learning and playing together. 3 3 3 3 3 just when you thought there were enough social apps out there... another one just showed up. we'll take a look next in your c - net tech upupte. 3 "you're e watching siouxland
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heller and meteorologist 3 cat taylor" 3 "first alert 3 weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows0will once again plummet to below zero levels for the weekend and into the first part of
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3 if you're still using internet explorer... you're at risk. here's your c - net tech update. 3 here comes another social app that gives you more junk to scroll through. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. just as ces began to wind down, a new social app launched friday, getting techies worked up. it's called peach, and there are only two reasons it got so much attention live. reason 1) it was created by the founder of vine, which is a collection of looping video clips run by twitter that's a hit with all the youngin's. and reason number 2) the icon of the peach looks like an erotic butt. the peach emoji has transformed our digital communication to represent a butt, and this is a very butty- looking peach. so maybe you will feel inclined to use this network to post butt jokes. or photos of butts. or you can also share doodles -- doodles of butts, if you so desire. i fear that this is the key to appealing to a younger generation. anotheheperk of peach is that it's more private for just sharing with people you know. to follow someone's feed, you have to know their username or phone number, but once your network starts to grow, it suggests
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want to add. this reminds me of path, a network that was supposed to just be for people you know, and it failed. there are some secrets to peach, which is another appealing feature for young people who than everyone else. to access some features, you have to know the keyword. type d to your location. g brings up gif search. w lets you share your idea. i'm just disappointed that b doesn't bring up more butts.but let's move along, shall we? i want to make sure i give you a well-rounded news report. if you, or someone you explorer browser -- pay attention. older versions of 10, are e longer be supported by microsoft and that means if there's some security bug or other flaw, it won't get patched. make sure you're using ie 11 or microsoft's edge browser -- both have lower case e's for their logos so it can get confusing, but edge is a little more streamlined and modern. about 20 percent of all web traffic comes from the outdated explorer browsers, so there are plenty of people that need to upgrade.and don't let tech keep you up at night. if a feature coming to iphones that could help. according to apple's developer site, the update foios 9.3, m i asetting callnight the t our nd phones can make it harasleep. it's blue from lscreens that slow the production of melatonin, the hormone that tells our brains its tito that's it for this by catchingon latest news cnour studion bridget carey.** 3 3 whoever thought stuff a chainsawyour pantsa dwe'll take a a good
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3 3 whoever thought stuff a chainsaw in your pants was a good idea?we'll take a look at some of the... *interesting* ways shoplifters try to get away with the goods. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watchihi siouxland news at sunrise. 3 our feels like temperatures are still pretty cold. expect
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3 good morning, (downtown sioux city)... it's (13 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 from chainsaws to pythons... you wouldn't believe what some would - be theives shove in their pants... or maybe you would. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos shows us what shoplifters shoved down their pants and under their skirts. 3 it already 3 seems a little desperate to shoplift a snake similar to
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perverse.that's what surveillance cameras captured here at a to z pets in portland, oregon.the suspect grabbed a 2 foot black pastel ball python worth 200 bucks. (christin bjugan/co-owner, a to z pets)"and you'll see him put it in his pants. yuck." yuck is right. store co-owner christin bjugan describes how he then walked out.... (christin bjugan/co-owner, a to z pets)"trying to act like there's not a snake in his pants."(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)"this is not a crime for skinny jeans. and if a python in your pants doesn't give you the heebie jeebies." maybe this will...(nat sound)a guy in florida put a 600-dollar chain saw in his shorts, blade first. police arrested him before anything got sawed off.and this russian shoplifter tucked a laptop into his pants then picked up his toddler to hide the bulge. but nothing hides bulges better than skirts.watch this woman in a costa rican store grab a t-v. with a little tug here and a little straightening there, she walked out.and watch this woman straddle a case of beer as if she's about to incubate it.but you've got to admire how she manages to walk it out. and then there was the mink coat this woman shoved where?(cop)"she had modified her 3 underwear."she finally coughed up the fur coat during police questioning.as for the guy with the snake in his pants... (christin bjugan/co-owner, a to z pets)"he's lucky it wasn't feeding day. feeding days are on mondays heh heh heh and hungry."but what's a little two footer when a giant python ends up in the weatherman's shorts.(man)"this is how it all comes to an end, steve."eveveone may be talking about that billion dollar lotto, but a python in your pants, that's powerballs. (woman)"oh my god it's stuck in there."jeanne moos, c-n-n
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3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows will once again plummet to below zero levels for the weekend
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3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...here's a new look at the most famous ringed planet in our solar system. monday n na released this picture of saturn... . taken by its cassini spacecraft last year. the camera took the
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away.the picture reminds us just how large saturn is... around ten times the diameter of earth. wondering what the little white dot to the lower right of the planet is? that's one of saturn's moons.3 3 3 coming up this morning... mexican drug lolo el chapo almost got away again. we'll show you the network of hidden tunnels he had built up.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.keep it right here on siouxland news at
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3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on i-29 and wesley pkwyhave a safe drive to work and school this
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this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 president obama goes to omaha and baton rouge today... the morning after talking about his past achievements and setting an optimistic tone for the future in his final state of the union address. while many democrats said the speech was inspirational... republicans and presidential candidates took to twitter to criticize the president. south carolina governor nikki haley was praised d r the rereblican rebuttal... in which she seemed to challenge the divisive rhetoric of g - o - p presidential frontrunner donald trump.u - s officials are still confident ten navy sailors... currently in iranian custody in the persian gulf... will be allowed to continue their journey. american ships suffered mechanical problems there.and... momo than one - point - five billion dollars is at stake in tonight's record powerball jackpot. people around the country... even canada... raced to
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drawing. all six numbers must be correct to win. 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 t you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".i'm norah o'donnell. coming up...the ceo of yelp on protecting the rights of consumers who leave bad reviews on businesses.that's coming up on cbs this morning 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.ththks for startiti your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3
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3 3 new video shows "el chapo" almost escaped the latest attempt to capture him. this... as mexico's president refuses to confirm or deny reports that at least 2,500 agents were assigned to track down the drug lord.
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this story. 3 nats - mexican marine raid (new raid material) when the mexican marines first raided this house...there was no sign of the notorious drug lord, el chapo (long hallways/dark rooms/men on 3 ground 0644 or 06161/guns 1054 //ail edit of journos in house stack of dvds)instead, inside a maze of dark rooms -- captured on helmet cameras -- the marines found a group of cartel members...who pleaded for their lives, guns strewn across the floor. upstairs, a stack of dvds featured kate del castillo - the mexican actress who arranged the rolling stone interview for actor sean penn. and then they found this..... nats (ail material 0250 chain being pulled/tunnels)a light chain inside a closet that unlocked an unusual panel behind this mirror...revealing a hidden door -- and el chapo's escape route. fleeing through wood paneled tunnels el chapo made it several blocks underground to the city's storm sewers
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government said it had been watching the house for weeks after a cartel member known for his tunnel making expertise was spotted going inside. (perp walk/prison scenes)today 'el chapo' is locked up here, at the same prison he escaped from six months ago, awaiting possible extradition to the us. but former mexican foreign minister jorge castaneda cautioned thth capturing el chapo won't make a dent in the drug siness. (sot manny) what's at stake for us?(sot casteneda) more prestige. cowboys ... they love a symbol, like trophies (sot manny)so they've gotten the figurehead, but as far as dismantling the cartel? (sot no reason to believe less mexico.tag 3 more funding for iowa schools is one of the top priorities iowa governor branstad mentioned when talking about a "tight" 20 - 16 budget
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his annual condition of thth state address yesterdada morning... saying even though there's a limited amount of new tax money to spend... he's committed providing for iowa schools. 3 "today i'm proposing an increase in k-12 funding of over $145 million.//this additional investment would bring total k-12 education spending in ththstate budget to over $3.2.2billion annually."the governor also caed for more medicaid funding... and introduced plans to improve water quality in the state. 3 3 more money for education also a high priority in south dakota this year. governor dennis daugaard with proposals to increase teacher pay in the state. the governor's plan would raise sales tax rates in the state by half - a - percent whililcutting property taxes... and using the money to raise teacher salaries. he says south dakota has fallen behind neighboring states.
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us, north dakota, montana, and nebraska, spend more per student than we do, have more teachers per student than we do, and pay higher salaries than 3 we do."the schoololadministrators of south dakota say they support the plan... and they'll work with the governor's office and state lawmakers to make sure the plan is fair and beneficial to all south dakota teachers. 3 "we're hoping that the legislators are able to support the governor's plan. certainly its not a perfect plan, but we think it's a very good plan that we can work on together to do the most we can for teachehe laries "the south dakota education association is also supporting the governor's plan. 3 this morning we know authorities over in sac county iowa have found out who died in that house fire last week.the fire happened early friday morning out in the country in sac county... close to the town of breda. by the time firefighters got there... the home was completely burnt to the ground. later...
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rubble.the sac county sheriff's office says the iowa state medical examiner's office used dental records 3 to identify those remains as 48 - year - old daniel (mealk)mielk.(mealk) mielk lived alone.foul play is *not* suspected in his death. we still don't know exact what caused the fire. 3 and an emergency call could have been mumu worse for one afternoon. 3 fire crews were called just after one o'clock to the rodeway inn on zenith drive. someone said there was a fire on the roof of one of the hotel's buildings. 3 "once crews arrived on scene there was actually maintenance workers on scene and they had extinguished a small fire in a rooftop heating unit. "no one was hurt in the fire... investigators say it was a small electrical fire in that heating unit. 3 3 investigators have also found out the cause of monday's fire at sneaky's chicken on gordon drive in sioux city. the fire broke out in a storage shed behind the restaurant around 9 - 30 monday morning.
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disposed of smoking materials. the fire itself was contained to the storage shed... the restaurant *did* get smoke and water damage. the restaurant will be closed for repairs until further notice... but the store's catering business will keep running from a separate location 3 the woodbury county supervisors are trying to help the city of correctionville replace its swimming pool.a new swimming pool will cost almost one hundred thousand dollars.along with donations and private fundraising... the city of correctionville is applying for a vision iowa grant. the supervisors are signing a letter of support for the application. 3 "and beyond that we also have the option as a board to use local option sales tax for economic developement. which voters approved of in a referendum several years ago to actually support quality of life issues economic developement out in the rural communities and thats what we really want to do with that."county supervisor mark monson proposed donating five thousand dollars of that money
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supervisors will talk about the donation more next week. 3 a woman from sioux city who was missing since this weekend has been found.24 - year - old (shuh - knee - kwa) shaniqwa hayes was missing since sunday afternoon. her home is in leeds in sioux city... she works at the tytyn plant t south sioux city... she's also a cheerleader for the sioux city hornets basketball team. her friends reporte her missing sunday after she didn't show up for work. she was found in her car... in a ditch near moville yesterday. she was taken to a hospital to be treated for hypothermia. 3 president obama had to interrupt getting ready for last night's state of the union address to deal with a breaking developmpmt in the persian gulf. (e - ron) iran seized two small u - s navy boats and took the ten crew members on board into custody. c - b - s news national security correspondent david martin has this story from the pentagon. 3 pkgtrt: :53the two small boats were en route from kuwait to
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farsi island in the persian gugu. u.s. officials believe the boats and the 10 sailors aboard were picked up after they had suffered a mechanical breakdown and drifted into iranian territorial waters. officials do not know if shots were fired but say iran's foreign minister has personally assured secretary of state kerry the sailors will be allowed to continue their journey. graphics out (font: us navy video)it would seem a harmless incident except that two weeks ago iranian revolutionary guard ships fired off rockets within a mile of the american aircraft carrier truman. the ckets were aimed the other way but firing live munitions in the middle of crowded shipping lanes drew a strong protest from the u.s.(on camera close david martin/ the pentagon) u.s. officials say they expect the sailors will be allowed to continue their journey as soon as it is daylight in the persian gulf. 3 an update this morning... according to the u - s navy facebook page... the sailors have been released with in the last hour.
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shift" mode in its next operating system update. 3 this'll change an i - phone or i - pad screen light at night.....the company added the option based on a study that says exposure to blue light from screens in the evening can make it harder for you to fall asleep.night shift mode automatically shifts the colors on your iphone or ipad display to warmer colors... eyes at night.e system will use the clock and geolocatioioon your device to figure out when it's sunset in your location. in the morning it'll go back to its regular settings.3 3 3 3 3 a chinese company bought the studio behind last summer's biggest blockbuster. next... we'll take a a lo
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industry. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat
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3 3 we're checking up with moose
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3 "weather o othe ones, 3 brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows will once again plummet to below zero levels for the weekend and into the first part of next week. 3 china's richest man is buying another big chunk of the american movie industry. billionaire wang (jean - lin) jianlin says his (doll - ee - un) dalian wanda group is buying wanda group is un) dalian his (doll - ee - lin) jianlin says wang (jean - billionaire industry. american movie chunk of the
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china's richest 3 china's richest man is buying another big chunk of the american movie industry. billionaire wang (jean - lin) jianlin says his (doll - ee - un) dalian wanda group is buying legendary entertainment... the hollywood studio's behind "jurassic world." c - n - n's matt rivers takes a look at china's rapidly growing film industry. 3 a brutal interrogation3 a prisoner crying out during china's 1940's civil war. not far awaya grieving wife ..cries for her fallen husband. down the steps from hera platoon of soldiers marches into battleand just
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execution during the qing dynasty.(matt rivers, reporter) "we are one of 30 movie sets going on right now in china's largest movie ststio mplex. it's in a city called hengdian and while all of these might be costumes, the sets might be fake, the movie industry here in china is very very real and it is growing."3 the sprawling hengdian studios exemplify the overall growth of the film industry. built in the late 90s and expanding ever since, , zens of films are shot here each year. there's even a to-scale model of beijing's famous forbidden city. in 2015, chinese-made films grossed just over 4 billion us dollarsa nearly 70 percent jump from the year before. (zhang pu'an, film director) "the economy has developed and people are getting richer. so they're spending more and more money on entertainment. it's inevitable."zhang puan remembers when that wasn't the
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20 years, and says the chinese film industry is well positioned to compete with the westand china's footprint in hollywood is growing. dalian wanda group, the chinese real estate and entertainment giant, announced their purchase of legendary pictures, a major hollywood studio behind blockbusters like jurassic world. wawa jianlin, the cocoany's chairman and china's richest man, said the deal will allow greater distribution of chinese films to international audiences. wanda already owns amc theaters, the second largest theater chain in the us. this kind of reach could help introduce chinese made films to a different audience. (wang jianlin, chairman, dalian wanda group) "if you want to make money, you need to make people like your movies. right now chinese-made films don't generate enough interest in america to be shown there. for that to happen, chinese movies will have to find ways to entertain american audiences. it's just how this process works."
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number of foreign films in each year. last year, the foreign flicks grossed about 2.5 billion us dollars. but of the box office top ten, only three came from overseas. (zhang pu'an, film director) "hollywood is highly industrialized but it won't be number one for long. china will take over."but to compete with hollywood, china will have to export hits too. it will have to build its own up mega-stars and capable of hauling in starwars-like profits. at least for now it's a lofty goal, one that's far, far away. matt rivers, cnn, beijing. 3 3 george (tuh - kay) takei joined a galaxy of stars in new york.. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break. 3 we had well below normal temperatures yesterday, but today we will be well above
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temperatures while they last!3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows will once again plummet to below zero levels for the weekend
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3 "late, late show" host james corden takes adele for a ride... amy schumer wins a critical honor... d star
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takei joins a galaxy of stars in a new york dining enterprise. suzanne marques has your eye on entertainment. 3 super information :00-:24 - new york, ny:24-:29 - george takei/actor:46-3 1:15 - "the late, late show with james corden"/cbs trt 1:15 ((pkg script)) ------------------------(new york, ny)(narr:)"star trek" icon and social media superstar george takei (tah-kay) *beamed* inside new york's famous sardi's restaurant tuesday as his official caricature was added to its famous walls. takei - who was tv's "mr. sulu" onboard the starship "enterprise," stars in the broadway musical "allegiance," inspired by his family's time in a japanese internment camp during world war two. (sot - george takei/"actor")"it is a unique singular and absolutely unforgettable experience" "allegiance" is set to close next month. ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------------- (narr:) (schumer red carpet)amy schumer may not have won a people's choice award, but the comic actress and writer is a hit with the critics. schumer will be given the "critics choice mvp award" next week. the star of "trainwreck" is being honored for her work on her cable show, "inside amy schumer." (nats/"the late,
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corden"/cbs)and set that d- v-r.... james corden welcomes adele for his "carpool karaoke" segment on tonight's "late, late show." in a teaser video, the pair are seen singing along to her hits, "hello" and "rolling in the deep," as well as debating whether the star should wear a wig or just a weave. "the late, late show" tonight after "the late show with stephen colbert" on cbs. that's your eye on entertainment. suzanne marques, cbs news, los angeles. 3 each week we're partnering with chideo dot com to bring you new stories about cause and giving. this week... the chideo causewire takes a look at the fact that no matter how old youare... everyone has the power to make a difference. 3 (pkg)0:05 to 0:12 courtesy gfx charity water (youtube) sometimes tragedy inspires incredible generosity. it was the fatal car crash of nine year old chel beckwith that inspired people 3 to donate over one million dollars to"charity: water", an
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forego presents on your birthdayasking instead for those gifts to become donations.0:25 to 0:28 gfx richard (rachel's grandfather) sot "i really wish rachel could be here today. first of all, rachel would probably thinkthis is the neatest things she's ever seen in her entire life."a year after rachel's death, her mother and grandparents visited ethiopia to see themagnitude of their daughter's influence.sot "our 3 community, our church, we greatly love rachel, and i'm overwhelmed with howgreatly you have honored her memory. please receive my most deepest and heartfeltthanks."0:45 to 0:48 courtesy gfx #passionproject (amex)0:51 to 0:56 gfx charitywater.orgto learn more, and donate to the cause, visit charitywaterdotorg .0:56 to 1:02 courtesy gfx ron clark academy (youtube)one of the hottest viral videos in recent memory showed this teacher dancing with his students, but this is no ordinary teacher, or ordinary school...the ron clark academy isa non profit charter school in atlanta, dedicated to making learning fun.1:11 to 1:15 gfx ron clark (founder academy)sot "that's what our school's about. really kids to love to learn, gettingthem to be a family, and getting kids to realize that if they really
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gfx student (ron clark academy)sot "they don't just act like they're having fun, they do have fun. they pour their heartsout into every single lesson."1:21 to 1:24 gfx ronclarkacademy.comto support new ways of creative learning visit ronclarkacade mydotcom....and that's your chideo causewire. 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... there's another big
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you going to 3 buy a ticket? 3 3 still to come... this week is the 20th anniversary of the case that led to the amber alert system. we'll show you why there's a new reward in the old case.it's now ( (me) as we take a look outsidid(xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead. keep it right here on
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3 3 sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist
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3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows will once again plummet to below zero levels for the weekend and into the firststpart of next week. 3 it's been twenty years since the little girl whose
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formatioof the amber alert system was kidnapped and murdered. amber hagerman's killer was never found... her family and police hope refocused attention on the case might help change that. c - b - s news correspondent omar (vee - uh - frank - uh) villafranca is in arlington texas. 3 trt:t::32top-:05 video frfr january 1996:46-:54 ricky hagermananmber's brother :56-1:10 omar villafranca/arl ington, , xas1:12-1:21 donna williams/amber's mother pkg: nats: amber talking about school work "i was excellent" twenty years agothis nine year old girl, amber hagerman, was kidnapped by a stranger while riding her bike.her mother pleaded for her safe return. nats: "if you have my little girl, please bring her home." nats flyers on pizza boxes and cars alerted the community. nats searchers despite an intensive search, four days later, amber was found dead. nats:"the victim was indede amber." thth kidnappipi and murder led to the development of the amber alert, a nationwide broadcast system that's activated when a child is adducted.the system has saved more than 700 children.but two decades later, amber's murder remains unsolved.police officers and amber's family held a news
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again for help finding her killer. sot: (ricky hagerman/amber's brother) "if yoyohave any informatatn, 3 (breaks down), please come forward" sot: (donna williams/amber's mother) (too short to cg) "please don't forget amber." (bridge: omar villafranca/arlington, texas) "amber was last seen riding her bicycle in this parking lot. after 20 years.detecti ves have received over 8000 tips.but the only suspect description police haveis a man.driving a black truck sot: (donna williams/amber's mother) .""amber desperately needs justice. and as her mother, i'm not going to give up. i still have hope he will be caught someday." on tuesday.... a local company offered a new 10 thousand dollar reward to help bring amber's killer to justice. omar villafranca, cbs news, arlington, texas. 3 some siouxland non - profit agencies are trying to coordinate their efforts in the area.representatives from those groups came together at the iowa state university
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singing hills boulevd for their bi - ennial summit yesterday. that meeting gives agencies a chance to share information about the services they provide... and work together to avoid duplicating efforts. 3 "it a valuable tool for local now profits because everybyby's programs change all the time. we are always doing different things, adding programs, dropping programs. so its really important that everyone know what other agencies are doing so that we can make referrals "siouxland agencies hold meetings like this every other year. 3 students in south sioux city learned about the dangers of the digital life yesterday morning. 3 13 - hundred high school stududts listened to a presentation on the dangers of cyberbullying and sexting from a lawyer specializing in education law. the presentation even had a talk about some of the potential *legal* consequences of media. 3 "you know we see a lot of kids
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unwise decisions on social media. so if i can get kids to think twice before they post somethininif i can save one kid fromom criminal charges, from sclarship lose from those kind of things its then the whole thing is worth it to me."there was a similar presentation for *parents* last night at the south sioux city middle school auditorium. 3 the iowa state patrol is trying a new method to decrease the amount of traffic fatalities.... using social media.trooper vince kurtz is the man behind the youtube series called "windshield time."he films the 2 to 3 minute episodes on his cellphone inside his patrol car. the series was originally aimed to create discussion on safe driving in the class room. the first few segments include winter driving tips and future subjects will include seatbelts and drunk driving. the iowa state patrol hopes to get a new safety video out at least once each month. we have a link to them in this story on our website
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3 we're learning more about what happened monday morning at north middle school... when a 6th grader was caught trying to bring an unloaded gun to school. sioux city schools say there was never any danger to students or staff... but administrators are still getting heat from parents... upset they didn't learn about what happened until monday night. our own sisixland news repororr (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wran talked with the superintendent. 3 "we detained that student, searched that student and in fact did find an unloaded weapon with no ammunition."on tuesday afternoon, sioux city community school district dr. paul gausman addressed the district's response to yesterday's incident on facebook, and 3 social media."that school building has about 1,100 students in it, so we don't have the ability to make personal phone calls to eaech and every home but we wanted everyone to know what went on. we wanted to know as much as we could share with them." gausman said the situation was taken very seriously by school officials. it took many
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right decision to inform parents in a timely manner."we needed to go through all of the steps necessary to make certain that our students and staff members were safe.i made the decision yesterday that the proper time for our notification was at 6 o'clock, and i should say about 6 o'clock becauseit's an electronic messaging system that we send out so not everybody received a call exactly at 6."the student in question was identified as a 12-year-old 6th grade boy.he was arrested and is facing charges of carrying a concealed weapon on campus.3 "and i'm so disappointed that we even have to talk about this, because it's just unfortunate that this has become such common place in society."standard out. 3 and if *you* own a gun... the sioux city police department wants you to keep it safe and locked. 3 police are giving out free gun locks... trying to keep adults and kids safe. police say kids might find the gun and pull the trigger
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kill someone. the free gun lock is basically a steel cable secured to a padlock. 3 "we're limiting it right now to two locks per family and ask them to use the locks and keep that gun safe."want to let anybody know it's very simple just come to the front desk and let know you want a lock and that's all you got to do."if you want a free gun lock... you can pick it up at the sioux city police department at 6 - 0 - 1 douglas street. 3 3 researchers say there's new hope for some patients battling metastatic bladder cancer. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you how a new drug treatment is letting the body's *immune system* help out in the fight against cancer. 3 last year we were very cold.
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above freezing 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrow with partly cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the
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another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of lighghsnow on friday. overnight lows will once again plummet to below zero levels for the weekend and into the first part of next week. 3
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to treat dementia m mht help people withthparkinson's didiase. tests show patients who got the dementia drug were 45 percent less likely to fall and were steadier when walking. 3 3 researchers at johns hopkins university have created an online test that can help people with chronic kidney disease figure out their risk of kidney failure. they say the test can help people mentally prepepe for dialysis or a transplant... and give othehepatients not at risk peace of mind. 3 3 women with heart failure are less likely than men to get implanted heart defibrillators because they don't always meet enrollment guidelines. but new research shows both women and men benefit from the implants. the risk of death is 20 percent lower after three years for both women *and* men. 3 a new drug is giving hope to bladder cancer patients by harnessing their own immune systems to attack tumors. reporter don champion is at mount sinai hospital in new york where the clinical trial
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3 supers: :23-:26 lee eric newton/bladder cancer patient :35-:41 dr. matt galsky/directo r, genitourinary medical oncology at icahn school of medicine at mount sinai trt 1:21 (pkg)(sot) it saves my life let's me live a little bit longer (crying)" there was a time when lee eric newton thought he only hahamonths to live diagnosed with bladder cancer in 2010, he'd undedeone chemotherapy only to have the cancer spread to his brain. with dwindling options, the 51 year old found a trial of a new immunotherapy drug called atezolizumab. (sot lee eric newton/bladder cancer patient) "all of a sudden my tumors started to drop in size" according to dr. matt galsky from mount sinai hospital, the drug tearsrs down the protective lalars around the tuturs. (sot dr. matt galsky/director, genitourinary medical oncology at icahn school of medicine at mount sinai ) "what these drugs do is pull back that shield and allow the immune system to recognize that the cancer is foreign and attack it" it's the first new treatment for metastatic bladder cancer in 30 years. it doesn't work for everyone but newton's been on the drug for more than a year now. his cancer is stable and he's looking to the future. (sot lee eric newton/bladder cancer patient)"i"iidn't look a month- 2 months or 3 months in advance- i couldn't plan that
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planning to see my daughter graduate from high school" newton also has a message for smokers(sot lee eric newton/patient )i used to joke around as kids and we'd say, yeah, we're gonna quit once we get cancer or die. that's when we quit. but it's not a joke anymore when you get cancer smoking causes about half of all bladder cancers. don champion, cbs news, new york. 3 the drug is not currently approved to treat bladder cancer... but the food and drug administration just granted it 'breakthrough therapy' designation to get it approved faster. common side effects of the drug include fatigue and small rashes. 3 3 just when you thought there were enough social apps out there... another one just showed up. we'll take a look next... in your c -
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3 good morning, (yankton)... it's (25) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (lewis and clark specialty
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3 if you're still using internet explorer... you're at risk. here's your c - net tech update. 3 here comes another social app that gives you more junk to scroro through. i'm bridget carey. 3 this is your cnet update. just as ces began to wind down, a new social app launched friday, getting techies worked up. it's called peach, and there are only two reasons it got t much attention when it went live. reasonon) it was createteby the founder of vine, which is a collection of looping video clips run by twitter that's a hit with all the youngin's. and reason number 2) the icon of the peach looks like an erotic butt. the peach emoji has transformed our digital communication to represent a butt, and this is a very butty- looking peach. so maybe you will feel inclined to use this network to post bubu jokes. or photos of butts. or you can
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of butts, if you so desire. i fear that this is the key to appealing to a younger generation. another perk of peach is that it's more private for just sharing with people you know. to follow someone's feed, you have to know their username or phone number, but once your network starts to grow, it suggests frieies of friends you may want to add. this reminds me of path, a network that was supposed to just be for people you kn, and it failed. there are some secretc to peach, which is another appealing feature for young people who like to think they know more than everyone else. to access some features, you have to know the keyword. type d to send a drawing. type h to show your location. g brings up gif search. w lets you s share your cal weather. you get the idea. i'i'just disappointed that b doesn't bring up more butts.but let's move alg, shall we? i want to make sure i give you a well-rounded news report. if you, or someone you care about, uses the internet explorer browser -- pay attention. older versions of internet explorer, ie 8 9 and
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by microsoft and that means if there's some security bug or otheheflaw, it won't get patched. make sure you're using ie 11 or microsoft's edge browser -- both have lower case e's for their logos so it can get confusing, but edge is a little more streamlined and modern. about 20 percent of all web traffic comes from the outdated explorer browsers, so there are plenty of people that need to upgrade.and don't let 3 tech keep you up at night. if you're a night reader, there's a feature coming to iphones that could help. according to apple's developer site, the update for ios 9.3, may include a setting called night shift that changes the display to show less blue light if you're reading before bed. several studies have shown that the light from our tablets and phones can make it hard to go asleep. it's the blue light from led screens that slow the production of melatonin, the hormone thaha tells our brains its time to go to bed. that's it for this tech news update. you can sleeeeeasy by catching up on all e latest news at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey.**
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to you by window world"3 3 expect a warm up today and tomorrrr with p ptly cloudy to sunny skies d temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.the warmth will be short-lived as another surge of arctic air is set to move in over the weekend bringing a slight chance of light snow on friday. overnight lows will once again plummet to below zero levels for the weekend
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next week. 3 3 we'll take a look at your traffic, news and weather to go coming up after the break... you're watching siouxland news
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3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on _____ and ____have a safe drive to work and school this morning, , for siouxlxld news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 president obama goes to omaha and baton rouge today... the morning after talking about his past achievements and setting an optimistic tone for the future in his final state of the union address. while many democrats said the spspch was inspirational... republicans and presidential candidates took to twitter to criticize the president. south carolina governor nikki haley was praised for the republican rebuttal... in which she seemed to challenge the divisive rhetoric of g - o - p presidential frontrunner donald trump.ten navy sailors have continued their journey in the persian gulf this morning... after their ships suffered mechanical probobms and they were captured by iranian
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yesterday.and... more than one - point - five billion dollars is at stake in tonight's record powerball jackpot. people around the country... even canada... raced to get tickets ahead of the drawing. all six numbers must be correct to win. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the lalast news, weather and sports.
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