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3 an amazing rescue... woodbury county deputies find a missing sioux city woman who'd been laying face down in the snow... maybe for days.the life of troubled former nebraska football star lawrence phillips comes to a tragic end.and iowa's supreme court will hear parts of a water quality lawsuit filed against three northwest iowa counties.good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at nrise!it's's o'clock.i'm jacob heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning.3 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next
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see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weeeend. once again we are looking at sub- zero lows sunday and monday mornings with the possibility of some wind chill warnings. bundle up. 3 3 3 here are the winning numbers... 4 - 8 - 19 - 27 - 34... the powerball is 10. there are at least three winning tickets in the record 1 - point - 5 billion dollar powerball jackpot. the winning tickets were sold in florida... tennessee... and california. c - b - s news correspondent danielle nottingham is in chino hills california... where one of the tickets was sold. 3 09-12 mario frias/lottery player12-16 multi-state lottery association33-42 danielle nottingham/cbs news, chino hills, ca58-105 ryan
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(pkg)-nats-chino hills, chino hillscrowds of california residents descended onto this 7-eleven store in chino hills late into the night...where at least one, golden powerball ticket was sold:(sot mos mario frias/ lottery player) i live down the street. what are the odds? i could have won -nats-/sot-drawing(gfx) california lottery officials posted the big news on twitter -- minutes after the winning numbers were drawn.those who didn't win still came to the store to celebrateeven congratulating this store clerk...who admitted he has no idea who the winner is: (sot store owner/ name withheld) it's my pleasure i'm very proud, and i'm very excited too (standup danielle nottingham/ cbs news/ chino hills, california) the 7-11 clerk says the store sold thousands of dollars worth of tickets over the last few days...as powerball fever took over the country: many waited for hours in long lines for a chance at becoming an instant billionaire.shane krugman and ryan mcguinness of tampa, florida created a whopping 70- thousand dollar private facebook pool ...for a buy-in of 500 dollars:(sot ryan mcguinness ) no matter how many people we got in, it didn't really matter,3,4,5
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enough money for everyone jackpot-winning tickets were also sold in florida and tennessee, meaning the big payoff will be split at least three ways.california state lottery officials plan to head to the 7-11 in chino hills today ...hoping that the state's winner comes forward. danielle nottingham cbs news chino hills, california. 3 twelve tickets in california matched five numbers but not the powerball. the 7 - 11 owner will get one - million dollars for sellllg the winning ticket. 3 the spring semester doesn't start until next week... but almost 200 briar cliff university students are already back in town... and back to work. 3 it's part of what briar cliff calls a "j - term." students spend this week doing 2 - thousand hours of community service work at more than 20 agencies in and out of ouxland. and it's not just giving for giving's sake. the work done in the community is tied to the work in the classroom.
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learn is how to give back and so we are always working toward that franciscan experience and how to serve others. we want the students to learn think critically, act meaningfully so they connect with what they learn in the classrsrm and theneno out aboard. "while some of the students are out around town at places like whispering creek retirement community and siouxland animal rescue... others are as far away as honduras and the galapagos islands. 3 "one great thing i think about this program that a lot of the briar cliff students aren't from the sioux city area. so it gives them a great opportunity to see the type of businesses and the wonderful culture we have here in sioux city. it also helps bridge that generational gap between the college students and helping the elderly."all the students doing j - week service events are first - year students at briar cliff. 3 the enrollment deadline for obamacare is coming up at the end of the month... but you don't have to make your selection alone.today the siouxland community health center is offering help picking a plan
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exchange for folks who are eligible. you don't need an appointment... but you *do* have to bring all the information you need to finish an application. 3 "it's very important for people to have insurance especially this year because without insurance your penalty is going to be $695 or 2.5% of your household income."the "beat the rush" enrollment event keeps going today between 8 and 5 at the health center. 3 iowa's chief justice says the state's courts need to do more to preserve equality.chief justice mark cady gave his state of the judiciary address yesterday morning. he called for better protection of children in juvenile courts... fighting human trafficking in iowa... and ending racial disparities by training judges to recognize biases in the justice system. 3 "racial disparity is a community problem requiring community solutions. the
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eliminate racial disparity continues for all of us. when racial disparity and all of its causes are eliminated.... justice will be achieved."3 the state of the judiciary address is a tradition in iowa... delivered by the chief justice the day after the governor's condition of the state address. 3 president obama's first stop on his post - state of the union address tour was very close to sioux city this year... the president spoke to a crowd of 8 - thousand at the university of nebraska - omaha's baxter arena yesterday afternoon. reporter paul gutierrez from our sister station k - p - t - m was there and has a wrap - up of the president's visit. 3 (paul gutierrez - fox 42 news) "even before the president arrived, hundreds of people got into line outside baxter
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listen to what he had to say." "i didn't really know what to expect coming in."for abby bjorensen it was like waiting to get into an amusement park during busy season.(abby bjorensen - in line to see president)"this is definitely, i'm surprised how controlled it is, but this definitely is lot more windy and twisty as a line than i thought it was going to be."bjorensen was one of thousands at a near standstill outside baxter arena.the people here eager to see the president after getting into this line early. (erin cooper - in line to see president)"when you come up in the shuttles and you see how many people there are and you see the line it's kind of overwhelming."(crowd cheering nats)inside the arena a presidential visit looks more like a roro concert.the seats are filled and the cameras are out. "there were some people, i saw the signs that called the city obamaha."(crowd cheering nats)during his speech the president celebrated what he sees as a growing economy. "we're in the midst of the longest streak of private sector job creation in
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made it a point to talk about national securityeven taking a swing at isis."they will learn the same lessons that a lot of terrorists have learned before them, which is when you come after americans we go after you. it may take a while, but your reach has no limits and we will get you." the president says looking ahead his work is not finished. he's vowing to push on even as his second term is about to end.(paul gutierrez - fox 42 news)"from here, the president will now head to baton rouge, louisiana for another speech. in omaha, paul gutierrez, siouxland news. 3 western new york's most famous car has been towed away. 3 it left the hoaks restaurant parking lot in buffalo yesterday afternoon. days of snow and cold temperatures completely enclosed this car in ice... it's something you don't see every day... even people used to this kind of weather. but the car's owner wanted his car back... so he called a towing company to get it out. 3 it wasn't as simple as hooking
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the ice was frozen right up to the bottom of the door... about a foot deep. the crew used a combination of salt and hot water to melt the car loose enough to be hoisted onto a flatbed. 3 3 3 3 above average temperatures yesterday and again today, but very cold air is on the way. details next. 3 3 coming up... ten american sailors are free this morning. but we'll show you why their release from (e - ron) iran might *not* have completeley avoaided an internantional incident. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weekend. once again we are looking at sub- zero lows sunday and monday mornings with the possibility of some wind chill warnings.
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3 3 3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... it's a good morning
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yours?3 3 the arrest of a drug lord has business booming at one l - a shop... c - b - s news correspondent kenneth craig is in new york with your c - b - s moneywatch. 3 according to an analysis by 3 credit cards dot com. montana residents are the best at managing their money - and those in maryland are the worst. the study compared each state's average credit socre with its median income.// a bad start to 2016 for the stock market got even worse. stocks plunged on wednesdaythe dow dropped nearly 365 points. the nasdaq fell almost 160 points //federal disaster
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dollars are now available for small businesses and non profit organizations in virginia... the small business administration says the loans are being handed out as a result of storms and flooting in sepetember and october.// viewers can say goodbye to cable news network al jazeera america. the network says it will stop operations by the end of april after just 2 and a half years since its launch. the company blames the economy and landscape of the media environment.//a los angeles clothing store is cashing in on drug lord 'el chapo' fashion. in a photo of el chapo and sean penn, taken during their visit the fugitive was wearing a distinct blue and gray collard shirt that looks just like this one.. the shirt is sold at the los angeles store and retailer is now advertising it as 'most wanted shirt' - selling it for $128 and it's back ordered//that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more, go to cbs moneywatch dot .com.
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3 3 yesterday morning... (e - ron) iran released ten u - s navy sailors who were stopped when their boats sailed into (e - rain - e - un) iranian waters in the persian gulf. pictures of the americans being held might have turned this into a serious international incident. but c - b - s news correspondent david martin explains why it didn't. 3
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the boat had a problem? no. and there was no looking for any apology.narr the crew was held for about 16 hours and u.s. navy doctors have now examined them and found no evidence of mistreatment. so at least the incident came to a quick and satisfactory end, which as secretary of state kerry pointed out, is saying something when it comes to iran.sot kerry: i think we can all imagine how a similar situation would have played out three or four years ago. graphics innarr iran's foreign minister tweeted he was "happy to see dialog and respect, not threats and impetuousness, swiftly resolved the sailor's episode." graphics out(on cam what really may have resolved the episode is iran's desire not to do anything to derail the nuclear deal between the two countries. as part of that deal, the u.s. is expected to begin releasing about $100 billion in frozen iranian assets in the next few days.) 3 3 tensions over migration are
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lawmakers in berlin are due to talk about the new year's eve attacks in cologne. the government has announced plans to make it easier to deport foreigners convicted of violent crimes. half the people charged over the attacks in cologne were people seeking asylum. 3 3 quite a few news agencies in italy report there's been an arrest in the case of an american woman killed in italy. 35 - year - old artist ashley olsen was living in florence when she was found strangled to death in her apartment. police haven't named the suspect... but say they were able to identify him from an picture from closed - circuit surveillance footage. 3 3 a deadly avalanche hit quite a few skiiers in the french alps today... including a group of school kids. it happened at the "les deux alpes" ski resort... in the popular isere region. two french students were killed... along with a ukranian skiier. 3 sticky notes... spreadsheets... how do *you* keep track of *your* farm?we'll meet an iowa hog
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program designed to help you keep your farm running smoothly. that's coming up next... in "proud to be a hometown farmer." 3 we are about 10 to 15 degrees above where we were this time yesterday. today is the last
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on the way. details next.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle
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again we are looking at sub- zero lows sunday and monday mornings with the possibility of some wind chill warnings. bundle up. 3 3 there's a lot of stuff to keep track of when you're running a farming operation. but now an iowa farmer has a computer program he says will make that job a whole lot
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derrick sleezer's family farm near aurelia, iowa this morning to check out barnvista... in this week's "proud to be a hometown farmer." 3 "any time you see a feed line not running, that means they have the potential to run out of food for a while, and we don't want that."those pigs need to eat a lot.president of the national pork board should know...derrick sleezer here... and his family...raise about 15,000 hogs a year.but to do more efficient work on the farm...sometimes you need to log on to a computer."it works great on a tablet, all it needs is internet access." derrick's talking about barnvista.he helped develop it. "you can access it anywhere, it doesn't take any software, it's all web-based with a log-in or password."it's kind of like a farm management system...on your computer.it brings together almost everything involved with the day-to-day operations of a farm.stuff you might not think about...like maintenance...the things you might write down... then forget about."otherwise it'll be on sticky-notes, or voicemail or emails. this way it's all in one area that you can continually review what is out there and what is being completed and getting done." like maintenance."if you have some maintenance that needs to be completed on a facility or an area that you ahve the area to create a work order, that there's an action that needs to be taken, then hand it over to maintenance to get the project completed."once those actions are done barnvista will let you know.it can help your operation get ready for audits...too.so you can relax a little bit...knowing everything you need is in one place.derrick says it's easy to start using barnvista... just log on to barnvista dot
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3 barnvista isn't free... you pay a subscription fee to use it. if you think of a farmer that might be great on "proud to be a hometown farmer" tell us about them! you can nominate them on our web site... siouxlandnews.com. or you
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heller at siouxland news dot com. 3 3 still to come... at least seven people are dead after suicide attacks in the middle of indonesia's biggest city. we'll have more on the latest coordinated attack.
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3 "this is ouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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cat taylor.3 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weekend. once again we are looking at sub- mornings with the possibility of some wind chill warnings. bundle up. 3 developing this morning... the death toll keeps going up
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of indonesia. police say at least seven people... including four attackers... are dead. reporter don champion has the latest. 3 (pkg)(sot thu0041 :05) nat tv surveillance video aired on indonesian television shows a deadly explosion outside a starbucks cafe in jakarta. (ap photo 5) witnesses say at least three suicide bombers exploded themselves in the city (ap photo 2) while two gunmen attacked a police post. (thu0041 :40) as chaos ensued, people could be seen running for safety on streets.(sot thu0041 1:31) nat tv news channels in the city broadcast the heavy response by officers, (thu0051 1:16) some in armored vehicles. (ap photo 3) in some places, there were reports of gun battles with attackers for more than an hour. (starbucks statement) in a statement, starbucks said it was saddened by the attacks and announced all its stores in jakarta would close for the rest of the day. (thu0041) the attacks happened after warnings in recent weeks by police that islamic militants might be planning something. don champion, cbs news.
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responsibility for the attacks. indonesia is the world's most populous muslim nation. 3 here's the latest on that lawsuit against those drainage districts in northwest iowa... parts of a federal lawsuit filed by the des moines waterworks against three northwest iowa drainage districts over nitrate runoff are now going to the iowa supreme court.that's after the order of the federal judge who's been asked to dismiss the lawsuit. the des moines utility says it cost a record one - and - a - half million dollars last year to run the equipment that keeps tap water below the federally mandated limit for nitrates. it blames the drainage districts for not preventing the nitrates from entering the raccoon river in the first place. the federal judge says there are a number of questions about *state* law that could impact the *federal* case... and he wants the state supreme court to rule on them. 3 some sad news this morning... former nebraska runningback lawrence phillips has been found dead in his cell at a
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investigators think it was a suicide. 3 tuesday... phillips was in court for a preliminary hearing for a murder charge. police say he strangled his prison cellmate to death last year. phillips was serving a 31 - year - *plus* term for assaulting his former girlfriend and driving his car into some teenagers. the 40 - year - old was a star for the huskers in the 90's... and was a 1st round draft pick of the rams... but only played three seasons in the n - f - l. 3 it's a story you saw here first on siouxland news. a sioux city woman missing since sunday... found alive in a field near moville. now... we're hearing from the people who found her... and the people who are grateful she's alive. 24 - year - old (shuh - knee - kwuh) shaniqwa hayes is being treated for hypothermia and frostbite at mercy medical center. our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran talked with the sheriff's deputies who saved her... and thankful family and friends.
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that she was found and to the woodbury county sheriff."her closest friends, her family telling us, how grateful they are to be reunited shaniqwa hayes..who had been missing since sunday afternoon."when they did find her they said she's still alive."loving, kind, outgoing. her family describes the 24-year-old as a very generous person.but when she didn't show up for work, her long-time friend and co- worker kaitlin nguyen, knew something was wrong.i called her a text her a few times and got no response from her so that was when i was alerting julie letting them know that something was up."family members started a search for her."i went to tyson where she works, to try and find video, surveillance, somebody had mentioned that they had seen her somewhere else, i went there and asked for videos surveillance and it was kind of all over."but it wasn't until tuesday afternoon when lt. tony wingert received a call.at about 19 minutes after 3 o clock, comm center called me as i was leaving the law
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that nebraska law enforcement center was attempting to locate shaniqwa hayes.lt. wingert and deputy hansen immediately drove to moville. deputy david hansen was the first person to discover hayes, faced down on the snow. and at first glance, they couldn't believe their eyes.lt wingert said i saw her eyes move and right away we got an ambulance started.hayes was located a short distance from her vehicle.we looked through the vehicle and looked for footprints, just snow completely undisturbed around all three doors besides the driver's side and keys were still there, cell phone, everything, her wallet with money like somebody didn't take anything from that.as for the family,it makes me proudof sioux city, how many people reached out and shared everything that they shared and really looking for her, shows a lot of people care for her."standard out 3 the woodbury county sheriff's
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of foul play. an account has been set up at northwest bank to help hayes' family out. we've got a link with more information about that... it's in this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. 3 it's an election year tradition in iowa... voters are getting friendly with candidates that could be the next president. c - b - s news correspondent dean reynolds stopped by a cafe on the campaign trail over in holstien... where the customers know they're getting a special privilege. 3 burrowed within the wintry landscape of western iowa... between moville and sac city ...is the town of holstein -- population 13-hundred.it's where you'll find the midwest deli and grill and proprietor anne petersen.(anne to customer): have a great day guys. (15:45)the place was buzzing this week because a candidate for president was stopping by.(me to anne): now are you responsible for the coffee and cookies then? (anne): i am. i am.(me to anne): do you know how many people are coming?(anne): not a clue.(me to anne): so you
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i don't know how many cookies to bake. (laughs) (7 at 25:37) there's a greater frequency and urgency to such events in iowa now as the caucuses draw near. the candidates... camera crews... and correspondents are all part of the traveling show. (anne): i realize, you know, the other states probably think we get a little special treatment, but you know we don't have times square, we don't have the ball that comes down here. (edit) this is our whole thing. (11 at 35:20)the remaining republican candidates... have spent between 11 and 68 days apiece in iowa over the last year. the three democrats have spent over 30 days each.anne petersen has seen many over the years.(me to anne): like who?(anne): i can't remember because none of them won. (laughs) (4 at 33:11)(carly fiorina walks from van to front door): it's cold. aren't you cold? (2:27)it was two below when carly fiorina came in from the cold.(quick nat from carly): thank you. happy new year to you.about 75 people... including 22 kindergartners ... braved the chill to take her measure. (more nats from carly): i know you iowans are tough, but it's really cold. (3 at 7:31) mark leonard is a regular at anne's
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privilege here in iowa. and if you've not met the president of the united states, it's because you didn't really care to. (8 at 49:40)holstein is heavily republican -- and energized. they know they may have a profound effect on u.s. history... and they relish the opportunity -- as fleeting as it may be.(anne): you know, all you have to do is put forth a little effort and you can meet all of these people and it's really nice.(me to anne): and one of them... (anne): could be...(me to anne): could be...(anne): some day...(me to anne): the president.(anne laughing): yeah. (16 at 37:39)(live tag): there's a story about an older gentlemen here who was asked if he'd made up his mind yet. he said he was leaning toward one candidate... scott... but was not sure because he'd met him only eight times. 3 a farm in virginia is looking for *goat snugglers*.that's no joke...
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newborn goats by mid - february. so it needs volunteers who would snuggle and feed all those babies. newborn goats have to be bottle - fed four times a day... and they *must* be kept warm.one farm worker says volunteers would also get to learn something about the joy of new life. the farm says no experience is necessary for volunteers. 3 3 3 there's a jekyll and hyde musical coming up at the shot in the dark theatre. we'll find out what this show's all
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3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 get ready for jekyll and hyde at the shot in the dark theatre. this musical starts this weekend. that's why brian rasuussen and julie krogh are 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
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any more information...you can find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... 3 3 comedians are having a ball with powerball. we'll show you how they're laughing all the way to the jackpot. . it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 last year our low was 13 below. temperatures like that are on the way this weekend. details next. 3 good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (sponsor) camera.(sponsor) from our we take a look at
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(city)... it's good morning, 3 good morning, (downtown sioux city)... it's (27 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 comedians are having a ball with the powerball right now. c - n -n 's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos shows us how
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to the jackpot. 3 --reporter pkg-3 as follows--we have been overpowered by...(nat sound) "powerball!"from a guy waiting in line...(man)"one and a half billion dollars come on get real you gotta have a ticket." to a woman hoping she's in line to be president.(george stephanopolous)"you buy a powerball ticket?"(hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"i did ha ha." (stephen colbert/host, "the late show with stephen colbert) "late show's powerball tip #1...pick only winning numbers."that's what employees at grissini restaurant thought they did saturday night...as the bartender read off the "winning" numbers...(nat sound) "63 yes powerball 17 (screaming)."turns out they were reading the wrong day's numbers, but for a blissful 20 minutes they thought they'd hit the jackpot...(man)"the 20 minutes most important in my life."a valet and a dishwasher prematurely quit.(charlie poveromo/bartender, grissini restaurant)"he took his apron off, threw it to the floor, and said i'll never wash another dish in my life. valet guy asked one of the customers ... asked for his car. he said
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got their jobs back.(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)"buying all those lotto tickets may leave you in a financial hole, but a texas man ended up in an actual hole."his family reported him missing when he didn't return from buying a lottery ticket.fort worth police found him uninjured police found him uninjured at the bottom of a 7-foot construction hole, presumably with his ticket.reporters have been asking the same question...(reporter)"what would you do with it?"(man) "bunch of hookers and cocaine." (reporter)"that's not good. we were hoping for a different answer."only joking, he later told inside edition.(man)"i'm a smart ass."jimmy kimmel ass." jimmy kimmel mocked the media for how we express the low odds of winning.("jimmy kimmel live")"you're roughly 25 times more likely to become president.""be killed by a vending machine.""replace your gps with a monkey. your chances of reaching your destination are better with the monkey than winning the powerball lottery.""to be struck by lightning and a bus at the exact (nat struck)." guess he won't be winning...
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3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weekend. once again we are looking at sub- zero lows sunday and monday mornings with the possibility of some wind chill warnings.
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...some first graders in a twin cities suburb are learning an important lesson. "empathy"... the ability to understand the feelings of others. they're sending cards and letters of encouragement to minnesota vikings kicker blair walsh. 3 walsh missed a chip shot field goal that cost the team sunday's playoff game. many of the kids parents probably had a different reaction. but the teacher decided this might serve as a great example for the
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3 3 coming up this morning... fuel prices are dropping and profits are soaring... but airline tickets aren't getting any cheaper. we'll show you what's keeping flyers paying more.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 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 lewis blvd and s. lakeport st.have a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 at least *one* winning ticket for the record 1 - point - 5 billion dollar powerball jackpot has been sold. just after the numbers were drawn last night... california lottery officials confirmed the ticket was bought at a 7 - 11 store in chino hills. the billion dollar jackpot is
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states.seven leading republican presidential candidates square off tonight in south carolina... in their sixth debate of the campaign season. latest polls shows ted cruz ahead of donald trump... with marco rubio in third. the first votes in iowa are a little more than two weeks away.and... president obama keeps selling the ideas he brought up in his final state of the union address tuesday night. wednesday the president went to omaha nebraska... spending time with a family who wrote to him about the dangers of climate change. today... he'll have a town hall event in baton rouge louisiana. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. 3 and here is what the folks in studio 57 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".i'm gayle king. coming up, british singer- songwriter james bay on his grammy nominations, including one for best new artist. that's coming up, on cbs this morning.3
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sunrise 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 cat taylor. 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weekend. once again we are looking at sub- zero lows sunday and monday mornings with the possibility of some wind chill warnings. bundle up.
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3 3 with low fuel prices and high demand... u - s airlines made almost $18 billion dollars in profit in the first three quarters of 20 - 15. but as c - b - s news correspondent kris van cleave shows us... passengers are still paying big bucks in ticket prices and added fees. 3 (natsound/airplane taking off) in just the first three quarters of 2015 us airlines made almost 18 billion dollars in profit.(take gfx)...during that time, they were on pace to pass 2014's record of 3.5 billion dollars in baggage fees, their planes flew 85% full and the steep drop in fuel prices had the carriers cashing in.(end gfx)passenger rita moss. (moss sot) (15:45:50) "with everything from the seat to the baggage
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extras, and the prices are still not decreasing." (kvc/medina exchange)(kvc 13:43:51) "the very first thing everybody heard about the airlines in january was they raised fares."(13:43:56) "very modestly. and that was the first raising of fares in a very long time."jean medina speaks for the airline industry. (medina sot) (13:44:00) "what's good news for consumers is when airlines are profitable, customers, the communities and investors and employees win because they're re-investing that money back in to the business."(take gfx) the airline business is boom and bust - since 1990 the industry has landed in the red 11 times - in 2005 it lost nearly 29 billion dollars. (end gfx)(leocha sot) (14:14:33) "first class is getting more luxurious//(14:1 4:38) but in the back they're squeezing us as tight as ever." charles lee-oak-ah is the chairman of flyer's rights group travellers united. (leocha sot) (14:10:30) "the fact that oil now has dropped to such a low level has really given them a windfall profit, and some of that you would think might be shared with the consumers - either in the forms of lower fees or lower airfares or perhaps by giving us a couple of extra inches in
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o/c)(the airlines say ticket prices dropped 3% last year, but scott that pales in comparison to the drop in oil prices.) 3 the enrollment deadline for obamacare is coming up at the end of the month... but you don't have to make your selection alone.today the siouxland community health center is offering help picking a plan from the healthcare dot gov exchange for folks who are eligible. you don't need an appointment... but you *do* have to bring all the information you need to finish an application. 3 "it's very important for people to have insurance especially this year because without insurance your penalty is going to be $695 or 2.5% of your household income."the "beat the rush" enrollment event keeps going today between 8 and 5 at the
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3 iowa's chief justice says the state's courts need to do more to preserve equality.chief justice mark cady gave his state of the judiciary address yesterday morning. he called for better protection of children in juvenile courts... fighting human trafficking in iowa... and ending racial disparities by training judges to recognize biases in the justice system. 3 "racial disparity is a community problem requiring community solutions. the journey to identify and eliminate racial disparity continues for all of us. when racial disparity and all of its causes are eliminated.... justice will be achieved."3 the state of the judiciary address is a tradition in iowa... delivered by the chief justice the day after
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the state address. 3 in his final state of the union address... president obama spent a lot of his speech talking about isis. at times... downplaying the threat from the islamic state. national correspondent jeff barnd has reaction from leaders on both sides of the aisle... to find out if the president laid out anything *new* in the war on isis. 3 sot "they pose an enourmous danger to civilians. they have to be stopped."/vo/president obama talking about the war on isis in his state of the union address. but one political expert says his speech was *less* about policy and *more* about rhetoric. /sot/ rehr"it just seems like president obama for whatever reason doesn't take it as seriously as the rest of us perceive it to be." /vo/some republicans feel america is in a holding pattern in the war on isis until there's a change at the top come november./sot/ rohrabacher "it's going to be now even worse for the next 12 months or 11 months as long as he is still president."/sot/ jeb bush "i believe it's at the core of what we need to do as a nation to keep us safe. we need to destroy isis. we can't contain it."/bridge/"but some lawmakers feel the fault
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congress should go on the record ... and vote yes or no to declare *war* on isis."/sot/ elijah cummings"we need to send a message to the american people that we stand with the president."/vo/still... other democrats thought mr obama's message on isis missed the mark./sot/rep kildee "i would've preffered to hear a much more detailed set of plans as to how we organize an international effort to stop isis."/vo/tuesday, the president *tried* allaying the fears that prays on the minds of many americans combating the islamic state. /sot/obama "but they do not threaten our national existence."/vo/in washington i'm jeff barnd reporting. 3 another topic the president's mentioned as a priority in his last year is gun control... and he's already announced new executive action on the topic.those measures are what
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our next "your voice, your future" town hall... it'll be called "guns in america."this one - hour roundtable discussion will stream live on - line at siouxland news dot com... and it'll be broadcast over the air on our decades channel... 14 point 2.it'll happen tuesday... january 19th... from 6 until 7 o'clock that night. 3 to you... it might look like a simple spoon. but to a museum in the midwest... it's a priceless piece of history.the kansas museum of history says the sterling silver spoon belonged to the wife of isaac mccoy and dates back almost two - hundred years. mccoy was the first person to survey land that would become the state of kansas.he was also one of the territory's earliest settlers. the spoon will take its place by a watch that was also owned by isaac mccoy.
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3 3 3 the fourth ranked charger men's team had a shot to win their 14th straight game. see if they could pull it off against the defenders. chris is next with sports. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor" 3
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what's up moose?3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weekend. once again we are looking at sub-zero lows sunday and monday mornings
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3 dordt received votes in the latest naia men's top 25 poll. it's the type of thing that'll happen when you've won 5 of 6 to improve to 12-7 on the season. but fourth ranked briar cliff is on quite the roll of their own. they've won 13 straight games and they're 17-2 overall. the newman
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a matchup of two teams playing great basketball right now.1) to start off the scoring nathan rindels from downtown! that's good!2) back comes briar cliff! bryan forbes with the offensive rebound. clay herrald with the three bomb! chargers up 7-6!3) defenders then get offensive. nice move by 3 dalton franken with the bucket! 4) but check out this move by lawton bronson alum austin leffler just filthy! 5) back comes dordt. austin bykerk. hey dordt when are you going
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my producer gave me that one. you're welcome siouxland!briar cliff was up 20-17 in the first they go on to win 106- 83. its the 6th time they've scored at least 100 points in a game this season.mount marty's 3 only win this 3 season was by forfeit this season. hosting 9-9 northwestern.1. mount marty goes up early.. k-j decristino with the pretty layup.. four to two lancers.2. still in the first half.. northwestern's nathan wedel with the nice move down low.. misses the shot but gets his own rebound and basket.. game tied at six. 3. northwestern's colton kooima hits the three.. nine to six red raiders.4. watch this sequence from mount
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layup.. jalen hurley misses the followup.. patric ciganovic grabs the loose ball and as he's falling hits hurley for the layup.. lancers trail nine to eight.5. northwestern's nathan wedel with the nice drive and layup.. red raider's would lead eleven to eight at that point and..northwestern wins 81-54on the ladies side the lancers are 12-6 hosting 10-6 northwestern who received votes in the latest naia poll. 1. pick up action in the first quarter.. northwestern's arianne gesell with the layup.. red raiders up sixteen to nothing.2. mount marty fighting back.. still in the first quarter.. alex kneeland stops and pops for three. red raider lead down to ten.. nineteen to nine.3. the lancers on the break.. cassidy gebhart with the layup.. red raiders lead nineteen to eleven.4. northwestern to strong tonight.. great passing leads to this katy kuiper
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quarter.. northwestern's haley birks hits the three.. thirty-four to nineteen red raiders.6. bright spot for mount marty.. right before the end of the first half.. alex kneeland hits the the three at the buzzer.. northwestern would lead at halftime forty- five to thirty-three and they would go on to defeat mount marty ninety-seven to eighty seven.15the ranked briar cliff has lost three in a rown hosting five and thirteen dordt.1) 3rd quarter now dordt is up 27-18. chargers go down low to kaylee blake who puts it in. chargers down 7.2) chargers would rally to take a 30-27 lead and this hels. former heelan great alex fuller for three! bcu by 6!3) and then that's a nice drive from taylor vasa. bcu is feeling it!4) dordt sticking around though this is mycah hulst inside and that is good! 5) but just too much chargers. they pulled away down the stretch! taylor wagner with the long pass to jessi corrick with the ferocious and one! briar cliff wins 53-38. head coach mike power what did it take to break the three game skid?mike power/briar cliff head coach"it was a gritty performance because we really struggled mentally. when you go 19 percent you're struggling and you're overthinking it and kids are starting to put pressure because of the last three games. finally we just cut loose and did a really good job. sometimes you just need that first one to get the weight off your shoulders and we did that. now we got that first win and hopefully we can get that going. we're a better team than what we've shown. our defense was excellent tonight. and that's what kept us in this game and kept us in this situation so i was happy for our kids i thought we had a great team win."in other women's basketball morningside just got that number one ranking and they showed everyone why. totally handling
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country at dakota wesleyan. 86-48 the final. jessica tietz with 22 points.on the men's side now morningside falls by two to number 15 dakota wesleyan. 82-80 the final there. bryce cook with 20 points in the loss.the musketeers are looking to end the slide they've started their 7 game road trip on. they've followed up a four game winning streak with a pair of losses this past week. on today's muskies coaches show, which airs every wednesday on siouxland news at 5 show head coach jay varady talked about what it would take to right the ship.jay varady/muskies head coach"well i don't think you talk too much about it i think you go back to the fundamentals. the game to me is really a pyramid based on work. followed by fundamentals and then tactical play. and then so we go back and we put our work in. we work on our skill development. and we add some tactics to that as we work through the rest of the week looking to put that formula together heading into thursday night." that's it for your morning sportscast.be sure to join us for sports every weekday at 5 and 10.have a great morning. back to you, jake!
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3 another young adult novel is now a sci-fi action movie. it's (time)... we'll have a preview of "the 5th wave" next in your sunrise entertainment.
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the region3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weekend. once again we are looking at sub- zero lows sunday and monday mornings with the possibility of some wind chill warnings. bundle up.
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3 following in the footsteps of the hunger games... maze runner... and divergent... the 5th wave is the latest young adult novel that's been turned into a science fiction action movie. suzanne marques introduces us to its stars.
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releasing :00-:10chloe grace 3 moritz/"cassie" :23-:28alex roe/"evan" :45-:51script)(nats from trailer) it's right over us. i want to see. i didn't know it then but it was the last normal day of my life (track 1)aliens try to wipe out the human race in increasingly deadly attacks in the new movie, the 5th wave. (clip how to kill off a species) @ and look like us you don't know who to trust. (track 2)chloe grace moritz plays cassie, a teenager out to rescue her little brother after her family is torn away from her.3 (sot pipe 2 12:36:35) (chloe grace moritz/"cassie") i wanted to create a character and portray a character that is strong but not, because of training you know, not because she was chosen because of her tenacity and her courage (clip makes me feel more human) it's ok, you're safe not safe anywhere.(track 3)(show the chase scene)cassie teams up with a young man named evan, played by alex roe who may not be all he appears to be. (sot alex roe/"evan")35:56 he becomes kind of her only hope really but they have to learn to trust each other in a world where there is very limited trust. (track 4) unlike other recent dystopian young adult thrillers this one isn't set in a distant future.(sot alex because it's as though it could happen today or tomorrow//you're able to follow these characters and relate to them a lot more. (quick nats)(track 5)the 5th wave is based on the first book in a trilogy by rick yancey. the final novel in the series is due out this year. suzanne marques, cbs news, hollywood. 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... it's a good morning
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3 3 still to come this morning... thousands of kids haven't had school this week in detroit. we'll show you why their teachers are walking off the job.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead. keep it right here on
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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 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weekend. once again we are looking at sub- zero lows sunday and monday mornings with the possibility
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3 a lot of teachers in the detroit public schools spent a third day out sick... in protest of conditions at the debt - strapped school district. since monday... almost 70 schools have had to close because of a teacher "sick - out." reporter anna werner shows us why they're so upset. 3 (pkg) (kindergarten classroom) at the spain elementary school today, some kindergarteners wore their coats in class: in several rooms, it's just too cold for 5 year olds.(nats school counselor)school counselor lekia wilson led us on a tour.(nats coming thru door)(anna) what's that smell?? (wilson) that's mold. an entire section of the school is closed offincluding the gym (two shot in gym)(anna) what are we looking at??? (wilson) this is where they ripped up the gym floor.. (anna) how long has it been like this?(wilson) a year. water leaking from the roof warped the wood floornow the smell of mildew fills the air.
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been waiting for repairs for six years.andre harlan is the gym teacher. (anna) how do you teach gym without a gym? (harlan) we walk - we tryit feels like we're punishing them.they can't play games. the state took over financial management of detroit public schools in 2009. the district is still 515 million dollars in debt. ivy bailey is interim head of the teachers' union. (165106 bailey) we kept talking, and talking, and talking, and it was going on deaf ears. nothing was changing. (trim) and teachers were just fed up. darnell earley is the emergency manager appointed by the governor to fix the problems. (1825 earley) i want everyone to understand what we're up against. for all intents and purposes, the district is insolvent. and certainly if we don't get the money that we need to deal with the debt situation, that's only gonna make it worse. one of the things earley says the district cannot afford is a
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elementary school. 1541 aw: doesn't that cry out for sort of immediate repairs in your view? de: it cries out for the immediate action, and my understanding is that there is a plan to do that, 1548but union head bailey isn't satisfied with that answer( do we need this or can we just butt bite to bite?) (5441 bailey) so to expose children to that // it is very disheartening. // 5452 as a city, as a state, as a nation, we have to learn to put children first. **** (anna live tag - , without an infusion of cash from the state legislature scott, the district says it will run out of money come april. ) 3 the spring semester doesn't start until next week... but almost 200 briar cliff university students are already back in town... and back to work. 3 it's part of what briar cliff calls a "j - term." students spend this week doing 2 - thousand hours of community service work at more than 20 agencies in and out of siouxland. and it's not just giving for giving's sake. the work done in the community is tied to the work in the classroom. 3 "what we want the students to learn is how to give back and so we are always working toward that franciscan experience and how to serve others. we want the students to learn think critically, act meaningfully so they connect with what they learn in the
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"while some of the students are out around town at places like whispering creek retirement community and siouxland animal rescue... others are as far away as honduras and the galapagos islands. 3 "one great thing i think about this program that a lot of the briar cliff students aren't from the sioux city area. so it gives them a great opportunity to see the type of businesses and the wonderful culture we have here in sioux city. it also helps bridge that generational gap between the college students and helping the elderly."all the students doing j - week service events are first - year students at briar cliff. 3 here's the latest on that lawsuit against those drainage districts in northwest iowa... parts of a federal lawsuit filed by the des moines waterworks against three northwest iowa drainage districts over nitrate runoff are now going to the iowa supreme court.that's after the order of the federal judge who's been asked to dismiss the lawsuit. the des moines utility says it cost a record one - and - a - half million dollars last year to run the equipment that keeps tap water
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limit for nitrates. it blames the drainage districts for not preventing the nitrates from entering the raccoon river in the first place. the federal judge says there are a number of questions about *state* law that could impact the *federal* case... and he wants the state supreme court to rule on them. 3 some sad news this morning... former nebraska runningback lawrence phillips has been found dead in his cell at a california prison. investigators think it was a suicide. 3 tuesday... phillips was in court for a preliminary hearing for a murder charge. police say he strangled his prison cellmate to death last year. phillips was serving a 31 - year - *plus* term for assaulting his former girlfriend and driving his car into some teenagers. the 40 - year - old was a star for the huskers in the 90's... and was a 1st round draft pick of the rams... but only played three seasons in the n - f - l. 3 the lucus oil chili bowl is a
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cars race around an indoor quarter mile dirt track... and it's happening now in tulsa. but there's another chili bowl competition. the r - c chili bowl is happening in the mustang arena on the other side of the fairgrounds. reporter rick wells didn't know about it until yesterday... so of course he had to check it out. 3 pkgnats of cars racingwhat in the world.....they told me i was coming out here for the chili bowl...scotty ernst, organizer: "this is the r-c chili bowl, it's our version of the big show that's next door."scotti ernst is the organizer, this is his second year in charge...there are 280 entries from all over the country.nats:"yeah, that's what we're doin we're prepping tires...."these guys are here from indiana, takin the week off work to come to tulsa for some remote control racing......scotty ernst, organizer: "this is our world of racing. these cars are scaled down racing machines they go incredibly fast...they are one-tenth the size of the real race cars....but the faster ones can reach speeds
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adjustments based on how the cars are doing on this track then back out for more practice....it's not an inexpensive hobby...er sport.. scotty ernst, organizer: "you can get into it for $500 or....the sky's the limit...." most of these folks are in on the sky's the limit side what with several cars tires tools and travel expenses...these guys told us you can't go racing on an empty stomach...well of course noticed...if you've ever been to the other chili bowl the big one...this is quieter scotty ernst, organizer: "it is quiet in here you can actually hear yourself think...."this is fun....lots of action...i just didn't know it was a thing... 3 3 the potato is a staple of the american diet... but it could have hidden dangers. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you why doctors are warning *pregnant* women to eat *fewer* potatoes if they want to avoid a common ailment. 3 today's forecast: sunny and
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way. details next.3 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weekend. once again we are looking at sub- zero lows sunday and monday
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3 3 a new study shows health warnings on sugar sweetened beverages similar to those on tobacco products might influence whether parents buy the drinks for their children. university of pennsylvania researchers found when labels warn of obesity... diabetes... and tooth decay... parents are much less likely to purchase the drinks. 3 3 foods that contain high amounts of (flave - uh - noid) flavonoid... like blueberries... citrus fruit... and red wine... might help reduce erectile dysfunction. research shows men who eat (flave - uh - noid) flavonoid rich foods just a few times a week... combined with exercise... can reduce their risk by about 20 percent. 3 3 and girls who live in high poverty hispanic communities are more likely to receive at least one dose of the h - p - v vaccine compared to other groups. h - p - v causes most cases of cervical cancer. the centers for disease control recommends girls and boys ages 11 and 12 get three
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3 one of the world's most commonly consumed foods may put pregnant women at a higher risk for gestational diabetes. reporter danielle nottingham has more on how women can reduce their risk of developing this condition. 3 laurie finberg never thought twice about eating a baked potato-even before she was expecting.(laurie finberg, expectant mom)"i had a pretty balanced healthy diet before i was pregnant, yeah potatoes are part of my diet."a new study from the national institutes of health suggests women should take a closer look at their pre-pregnancy meals. it found eating potatoes before conceiving may be linked to gestational diabetes. (dr. aldo palmieri//ucla santa monica hospital )"potatoes elevate blood sugar in people more than just about any other food. so they are carbohydrates and all carbohydrates have that
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more than 15-thousand women how often they ate potatoes over a 10 year period and tracked their pregnancies. women who ate more potatoes had higher rates of gestational diabetes than those who consumed fewer potatoes. (dr. aldo palmieri//ucla santa monica hospital) "this is a study that reenforces the ada, that moderation."researchers found substituting other vegetables, for two servings of potatoes a week lowered the risk of gestational diabetes by 9 to 12 percent. obesity is one of the main risk factors for gestational diabetes. doctors say expectant moms like finberg should always maintain a healthy weight.danielle nottingham, cbs news, santa monica, ca. 3 the c - d - c says more than 9 percent of pregnant women will develop gestational diabetes. it affects the mother late in the pregnancy. 3 3 it's looking more and more like 20 - 16 will be the year of virtual reality. we'll take a look... next...
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3 good morning, (nofolk)... it's
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we take a look from our (square tire) camera. 3 google is looking for partners in detroit for driverless cars. here's your c - net tech update. 3 google is expanding its plans for 3 virtual reality. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. it appears that 2016 will be the year of virtual reality, and google is hungry to rule the vr space. the company has created a division just to focus on virtual reality products, and the guy who used to run gmail and google docs is now in charge of vr. google already dabbles in vr with its cardboard headset, and it worked with gopro to create a rig for creating 360-degree videos. it's called jump. google is likely amping up its efforts because it doesn't want to be left in facebook's virtual
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headset, which just began taking preorders, costing $600 dollars and shipping in march. (video from google 00:55-01:37) expect vr to be a big talking point in may during google's annual i/o developers conference. it takes place on may 18. this event has gone on for ten years -- and it's where we check out software updates and see google's biggest ideas on display. i/o is where google glass made its debut.car talk is likely to also be a focus of the event, and the location this year is the shoreline ampitheater in mountain view, california, which has a large parking lot to show off car tech. and it's also right next to google's campus.over at the detroit auto show, going on now, google is looking to work with more traditional car companies. the new head of self-driving cars at google said he wants to make more partnerships with carmakers because, he says, google can't do this alone. the wall street journal reports that google is
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don't need a google car to drive in new ways with google. an update to the maps app on android has a new driving mode. as first reported by android police, driving mode is looking at your habits and search history to predict where you are going during a drive, and then it'll give you advice about road delays and you can search for nearby things on your route -- and it's all by guessing where you are going. maps version 9 point 19 may roll out to android users by the end of the week, but google hasn't formally announced the feature. that's it for this tech news update. you can catch up on all the latest news at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey. they say 2016 is going to be the year of virtual reality and google is expanding its vr plans, there's a whole division now at google to work on vr. * 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 for thursday, we are going to see another very nice afternoon ahead of our next arctic surge. we are going to see mostly sunny skies with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon.tonight into friday our next series of cold fronts works into the area. temperatures will be much cooler topping out in the lower 20s on friday very early morning then falling throughout the day. the brunt of the cold air won't settle in until the weekend. once again we are looking at sub- zero lows sunday and monday
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of some wind chill warnings. bundle up.3 3 we'll take a look at your traffic... news... and weather to go coming up after the break. you're watching
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3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (dakota dunes) on our skywatch cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3
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sassmann 3 with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on lewis blvd and s. lakeport st.have a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 at least *one* winning ticket for the record 1 - point - 5 billion dollar powerball jackpot has been sold. just after the numbers were drawn last night... california lottery officials confirmed the ticket was bought at a 7 - 11 store in chino hills. the billion dollar jackpot is the largest ever in the united states.seven leading republican presidential candidates square off tonight in south carolina... in their sixth debate of the campaign season. latest polls shows ted cruz ahead of donald trump... with marco rubio in third. the first votes in iowa are a little more than two weeks away.and... president obama keeps selling the ideas he brought up in his final state of the union address tuesday night. wednesday the president went to omaha nebraska... spending time with a family who wrote to him
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change. today... he'll have a town hall event in baton rouge louisiana. 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
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