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have a great day. "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 3 onawa powerballa powerball ticket bought at this convenience store turns a man from northwest iowa into a big winner.nsc car thiefpolice think they've caugug one of e people responsibleleor breaking into and stealing cars.ricketts sscthe governors of iowa and nebraska come to siouxland... we'll hear their legislative proposals for the new year.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 over the next several hours we will see a cold front continue to swing throu the region and temperatures will spiral down through most of the day today.we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in
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temperatures will hold or slowly fall throughout the day with temperatures expected to be in the low teens early tonight.from there things will keep trending colder for the weekend with the coldest air arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching - 40.as far as snow goes we may see some saturday night into sunday and then again tuesday. 3 3 3 republican presidential candidates will be back campaigning today... after their *sixth* debate. seven of the leading candidates took each other on last ninit... just two weeks before the first-in-the-nation iowa caucus. c - b - s news correspondent don champion has the latest.
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strongest 3 political moments came when defended his hometown.(sot ted cruz) everyone understands that the values in new york city are socially liberal are pro-abortion are pro game marriage(sot donald trump) when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully than new yorkhis clash with ted cruz was one of the most talked about moments 3 of last night's debate.(sot steve chaggariri you had this really heartfelt response from trump, and you don't get%a lot of heartfelt responses from trump(sot ted cruz) "since september the constitution hasn't changed, but the poll numbers have.cruz is running neck and neck with trump in iowa.pundits say he scored major points for going toe to toe with the billionaire candidate...specifically on the birther issue: (sot nancy cordes) ted cruz has a very loyal following//when you go after cruz in a personal way, and you damage someone who they think would make a fine nominee than trump is really on thin ice.the debate also produced fireworks between marco rubio and chris christie:
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unfortunately, governor christie has endorsed many of the ideas that barack obama supports (sot chris christie) two years ago he called me a conservative reformer that new jersey needed that was before e he was rununng against me(sot rick davis) everyone wrote him off seven months ago //and now he's got a little bit of a pulse in new hampshire//it's going to be very hard for one to take votes from the other. other candidates like jeb bush and ben carson struggled to gain the spotlight.(sot ben carson) i think the performance tonight will intensify their confidence//as far as i'm concerned it's in the hands of the good lordthe republican contenders have just o o more debate...beforor the iowa caucus.don champion cbs news. 3 three of the lower polling candidates had what they called a "happy hour" debate... rand paul boycotted that. the three democratic presidential candidates... hillary clinton... bernie sanders... and martin o'malley... will square off in their next debate sunday night in charleston south carolina. 3 and get this... *on* the democratic side... bernie nders is behind hillary
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iowa now... with the caucus just weeks away. c - b - s news correspondent nancy cordes shows us this sanders surge. 3
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his lifefeand never will! clinton campaign manager robby mook convened a conference call with reporters to drive the point home:(graphic over audio 4:24pm) they made a specific pledge to supporters and donors and they're clearly backing off on that.(live tag: but even that was reminiscent of 2008, when clinton routinely tried to convince voters that senator barack obama was just another polilician, not a visionary. scototshe can take heart that she's still leading in iowa by 10 points among those who say
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february first)3 3 bernie sanders is coming back to sioux city y soon.the vermont senator will campaign at the orpheum theatre downtown tuesday night. doors open at 6 with senator sanders scheduled to speak at 7. the sioux city event will be the last of 4 stops in northwest iowa that day. before stopping at the orpheum... he'll be in fort dodge... carroll... and underwood. 3 you had a great chance to talk with sioux city's city council yesterday morning.the council and mayor held their monthly "coffee with the council" meeting at scooter's on hamilton boulevard. council members say having these informal meeting outside of city hall makes it easier for the community to approach them and talk about what's worrying them. 3 "it's great to have the city council here it's so much fun to have them in a location out in the community where people can stop by and meet them and put a name and face together and it's really a privilege to have them here."these meetings are held
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month in a different location each month. 3 3 nebraska governor pete ricketts gave his condition of the state address yesterday morning.talking to lawmakers at the state capitol... ricketts called for more cuts and changes to the state's property tax system... to help troubled farmers and ranchers affected by lower commodity prices. he also called for investment in roads and bridges... and for government departments to work smarter to save taxpayers' money. 3 3 after r e speech... governor ricketts was in south sioux city for his annual state of the state fly around. the stop in south sioux city is the first of 12 events at 11 places in 2 days. the governor answered questions about his proposals to close a gap in the state budget... and also gave his position on the debate over legalizing medical marijuana in nebraska. 3 "we have a process here in this country to take drugs like marijuana, you know dangerous drugs, and use em for medical purposes, it's
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their are derivatives of going through that f-d-a appropriate way for us to determine whether or not the use of marijuana as a drug is safe and effective"after south sioux city... the governor took off for columbus... grand island... and hastings. 3 3 this morning... iowa's governor is thanking sioux city's superintendent for help coming up with a plan to fund state's water.we've been hearing a lot about water quality lately... the des moines waterworks is suing three northwest iowa drainage districts. it ss the districts are letting nitrates flow into the racoon river. governor branstad said superintendent paul gausman had a part in the governor's plan to extend the one - cent sales tax that funds infrastucture improvements for schools for another 20 years. it would also raise around 4 - point - 7 billion dollars for water qualititforts... too. 3 "he talked about the need for school infrastructure. but then i put together the idea
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address the issue of water quality... and we could do it in a way that doesn't require a tax 3 increase."the governor says provide a longerm stable source of funding for both those programs. 3 we've told you about the kids minnesota... sending their support to vikings' kicker blair walsh. thursday... those kids got a special surprise.blair walsh showed up to northpoint elementary school to say thank you. eaeaier in the week... the first - grade class sent letters and sympathy cards to walsh... after he missed what likely would have been a game - winning field goal against the seattle seahawks sunday. thursday... a lot of the kids showed up to class wearing vikings jerseys.walsh signed autographs and took pictures with a lot of the kids. the first - graders were learning about empathy earlier this week. that's what
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messages to walsh. 3 3 3 3 temperatures have been dropping steadily since midnight with more dropping on the way. details next. 3 3 coming up... bombs and bullets killed two and hurt at least 26 yesterday in an attack in jakarta... indonesia. new information next... we'll show you who's claiming responsibility now. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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taylor"3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 over the next several hours we will see a cold front continue to swing through the region and temperatures will spiral down through most of the day today.we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or slowly fall throughout the day with temperatures expected to be in the low teens early tonight.from there things will keep trending colder for the weekend with the coldest air arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching - 40.as far as snow goes we may see some saturday night into sunday and then again tuesday. 3 3
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... we're looking forward to seeing an adorable animal from the siouxland humane society this morning. how many pets do you
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3 it used to be a trendy camera... but it's facing some rough times now... and *green* milk is hitting store shelves. marlie hall is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 go pro had a rough holiday season and po sales have led the company to cut about a 3 hundred jobs.the maker of wearable cameras reported revenue for the last three months of 20-15 dropped 30 percent from the same period the year before.the company said sales were weak even though it cut the price of its latest camera in half./// stocks rallied on wall street thursdaythe dow added 227 points.trhe nasdaq gained 88. ///southern comfort's parent company says it is selling the brand as part of a deal worth
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brown-formanan said southern comfort will be sold to rival company sazerac.the iconic liquor brand has struggled in recent years.///green milk has hit store shelves to celebrate the green bay packers post season run.minnesota based dairy company kemps is bottling the colored dairy beverage.the limited-edition packers power pint doesn't taste like regular milk though - its vanilla-flavored./// that's your money watch. for more log on to cbs money watch dot com. in new york im marlie hall. 3 3 right now... we know isis is claiming responsibility for those deadly paris - style terror attacks that rocked indonesia's capital. video taken by witnesses shows gunfire and what looks like suicide bomb explosions targeting foreigners at a starbucks and a shopping area. seven people are dead... including five attackers. police battled for almost
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fighting ended. reporter seth doane has more from beijing. 3 ctm script: (seth live top: good morning. indonesia has raised its security alert to the highest level and its president is calling this an "act of terror".) nats - explosion the explosions -- this one outside a starbucks - rocked a busy part of central jakarta -- an area packed with offices, luxury hotels, and not far from indonesia's presidential palace. the gruesome aftermath was - in places - too graphic to show. (sot - indonesian - eliaz warre, witness:)(witness, in indonesian:) suddenly the explosion went off at the police post, this w wness said, i saw 3 people running away and two people lying on the ground bleeding. heavily armed security forces responded and
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apparently 3 between attackers and police. indonesian authorities tell us the assailants rode motorbikes and used both grenades and guns. indonesia is the world's most populous muslim nation and has battled islamic extremism. this is the first major terror attack in jakarta since two hotels were bombed in 2009. in 2002, more than 2- hundred people were killed in a bombing on the indonesian island of bali. (seth live tag: authorities had recently received information from "islamic state" warning of an attack. i was in indonesia earlier this month and saw security stepped-up at a number of sites popular with tourists.) 3 3 after the break on siouxland news at sunrise... veteran british actor alan rickman has died of cancer. we'll look back at the career of the legend of stage and screen. 3 our high for today is closer to the low from last year. and we are going to get colder. coming up, i'll let you know
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 over the next several hours we will see a cold front continue to swing through the region and temperatures will spiral down through most of the day today.we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or slowly fall throughout the day with temperatures expected to be teens early from there things will keep trending colder for the weekend with the coldest air arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching -40.as far as snow goes we may see some saturday night into sunday and then again tuesday. 3 alan rickman... the english actor known for the movies "die hard" and the harry potter series... has died after a short battle with cancer. rickman... most remembered for his smooth and distinctive voice... was a titan of the stage and screen. reporter erin mclaughlin takes a look back at his long and amazing career. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- the moment he appeared on screen - it was all there... the flare, the charisma and the voice...(nats)unmistakably alan rickman, arguably most famous for his portrayal of one of the most iconic characters in the harry potter franchise - professor severus snape.(nats)throughout the series... it was unclear whether the professor was good or evil.rickman was the only actor who knew how to play the devious character... whose story was revealed to the rest of the world in the final film. "before i started i rang jo
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something and she told me one tiny piece of information which i swore i would never share with anybody."a native londoner, his breakout role was in die hard as hans gruber. (nats)rickman won a golden globe, an emmy and a screen actors guild award for his much acclaimed portrayal of rasputin.(nats)his performance as the sheriff of notthingham in robin hood: prince of thieves landed him a bafta. (nats)and his devilish charm also extended to films like "love actually".(richard fitzwilliams, film critic) "he didn't want to be remembered only as a villain , while absolutely superb he could be someone you really would love to kill, but equally he would be someone who you would be delighted if he took a shine to you." on choosing his roles he told cnn"you know i never judge the characters i'm playing because then you'd be lost."now the world has lost one of the most versatile and recognizable actors of the
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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 over the next several hours we will see a cold front continue to swing through the region and temperatures will spiral down through most of the day today.we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or throughout the day with temperatures expected to be in the low teens early tonight. from there things will keep trending colder for the weekend with the coldest air arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range
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40.as far as snow goes we may see some saturday night into sunday and then again tuesday. 3 one of the original tuskegee airman is laid to rest at arlington national cemetery. the ceremony comes 70 years after the world war two hero was killed in action. it also comes as other pilots from the greatest generation are being excluded from that same honor. reporter craig boswell has the story of
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military history. 3 (super information): :08 - :10 - nancy leftenant- colon/tuskegee airman's sister :59 - 06 - erin miller/granddaughterg trt: 1:43( pkg )nats samuel leftenant received "full military honors" at arlington national cemetery more than 70 years after he was killed in action during world war two. (sot nancy leftenant-colon)"he earned it he earned it" leftenant's plane collided mid-air with another aircraft during a mission over austria in 1945 - his body was never recovered.nats of service this ceremony finally honored one of the first black aviators, part of the elite tuskegee squadron. leftenant also fought segregation and helped change the course of military history. natsother families are still fighting for the same recognition. elaine harmon was one of the "women's airforce service pilots" - known as wasp's. the trained fighter pilot flew non-combat missions during world war two and was awarded the congressional gold medal. she died last april, and her granddaughter, erin miller, is fighting to bring her ashes to arlington, too.some wasp's have already been buried there, but last year former army secretary, john mchugh revoked their eligibility.(sot erin miller/granddaughter) "according to the army the rights granted to the wasps do not extend to the army which runs arlington cemetery
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issued a statement saying "the service of women airforce service pilots during world war 2 does not, in itself, reach the level of active duty service required for inurnment at arlington national cemetery." arizona congresswoma n martha mcsally - herself a retired airforce pilot - has introduced a bill to allow the cremated remains of women who flew noncombat missions during world war two be laid to rest here..miller is getting support from the leftenant family, which finally saw its dream come true to put samuel to rest among other american heroes.craig boswell cbs news arlington virginia 3 the cemetery says wasp's were never eligible... ana those alady buried... were buried by mistake. 3 because of a bunch of auto burglaries in south dakota...
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already in custody on theft charges in iowa is facing *more* charges this morning.19 - year - old franky corral was arrested last wednesday in sioux city... charged with stealing a car and running away from police... along with a few other charges.now... north sioux city police chief richard headid says corral 3 confessed to quite a few car break - ins in south dakota.police in north sioux city just warned folks about a string of almost two dozen car burglaries in the city. we don't know how many of those are connected to corral. police say he matches the person seen in security video from some of the burglaries. 3 3 a sioux city man is facing charges of robbing a friend over in morningside. 20 - year - old justin (doll - hime - er) dahlheimer is charged with 2nd degree robbery.police say he asked a friend to meet him at a home on vine street to meet with some girls. when the friend got there... police say (doll - hime - er) dahlheimer and a black man assaulted him... stealing his wallet... money... and car keys.a search of (doll - hime - er)'s dahlheimer's car turned up the victim's coat.
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er)'s dahlheimer's in the woodbury county jail on 10 - thousand dollars bond. 3 3 and a rock valley iowa man will spend the next five years in prison on drug charges.29 - year - old austin mulder was convicted of possessing pseudoephedrine with intent to manufacture meth.he was sentenced monday in sioux county district court to five years in prison... with the sentence set to run alongside his sentences on separate forgery and theft convictions.after he's released... he'll have to serve 100 hours of community service and pay almost 9 - hundred dollars in fines. 3 a morning accident in morningside sent one person to the hospital.it happened just after 10 - 30 yesterday morning at the intersection of south helen and gordon drive. the driver of a truck trying to turn onto gordon from south helen crashed with an s - u - v... forcing the s - u - v onto the curb and causing it to roll. the driver of the s - u - v was taken to mercy with minor injuries. the
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ticket for failing to yield. 3 "we see it all the time as police officers you need to stay in that inside lane ok once you veer into that other lane you become responsible for striking anybody and that's what happened today. "hatting also says if you see an emergency vehicle... you need to yield to them or pull over to the right. 3 what are the chances? for the second time... *in a row*... a siouxland powerball player came within *one* number of winning the gigantic jackpot. our own siouxland news reporter kayla novak went to the store where siouxland's latest millionaire bought his ticket... right down the road... in onawa. 3 (sot youre a winner) 23-year-old bryon stewart is the lucky winner of $2 million dollars. he missed the jackpot by only the powerball, which won him 1 million dollars. the fact that he opted for the power play option won him the extra million. " i think it was mainly all the hype. all
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around you know. i just had adrenaline over it. i had to take the chance; i had to try it. and i took it and it payed out. // i just never thought i would come to this. i never thought i would be 23 years people of onawa are very excited for him. "you know i hope they use it you know wisely and enjoy theirselves a little bit." some now think that onawa's casey's on 10th street is extra lucky. "well it sold a million dollar ticket a couple 3 years ago too. so, it might be one of the lucky stores.. i am not for sure; i hope it is. i hope this 10 dollars here that i spend will get me at least... free tickets." though many are dissapointed that they didn't win this round, theywill continue to play. "you bet i am gonna buy. ten bucks today.. yeah... you bet we are going to buy again." i guess it's true what they say... you can't win, if you dont play. kayla novak,
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3 siouxland states are reporting quite a few close calls with wednesday night's mega - jackpot.in iowa... not only did we have that 2 million dollar winner in onawa... three people won 100 - thousand dollars... and three other people won 50- thousand dollar prizes.in nebraska... five people took home 50 - thousand dollar prizes.and in south dakota... two players won 50 - thousand dollar prizes. 3 one drake university senior has an unusual housing assignment this semester. emmy victor shows us her new place... and how her *vocals* will play a large part of her stay there. 3 not even close to a typical dorm hall. the living room is twice the size of my old living room and the bedroom is twice the size of my last bedroom >> 21-year-old haley jenkins is the youngest senior living resident in iowa. haley was studying abroad last fall
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this semester. until a unique offer at deer field retirement center came to the table - one that this drake university music major couldn't resist. "i sent in my resume and a cover letter and said why i would love this opportunity and this job >> for two scheduled performances a month she will get free room and board in return. i'm taking her downstairs to our bar. and we are going to have a drink >> though that is one less spot for a senior resident, deer field says it's worth the investment. music really brings out both aspects of social health and emotional health and that is going to be part of our efforts here >> inter generational living is said to enhance the lives of
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> not even close to a typical dorm hall. the living room is twice the size of my old living room and the bedroom is twice the size of my last bedroom >> 21-year-old haley jenkins is the youngest senior living resident in iowa. haley was studying abroad last fall and did not have housing for until a unique offer at deer field retirement center came to the table - one that this drake university music major couldn't resist. "@ sent in my resume and a cover letter and said why i would love this opportunity and this job >> for two scheduled performances 3 3 3 move over t - rex... a newly found... 122 - foot - long dinosaur is on display now at the american museum of natural history.the prehistoric creature is *so* big... it tops the museum's model of a blue whale by about 30 feet. the mysterious dinosaur was found in the patagonian desert region of argentina in 20 - 14.it took crews nearly two years to unearth the new species. scientists say the giant herbivore is part of the appropriately named titanosaur group... and most likely roamed the earth 100 million years ago.
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3 3 there's a car eating dinosaur in sioux city this weekend. we're talkin' monster truck nationals in "talk of the town." 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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taylor"3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 over the next several hours we will see a cold front continue
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down through most of the day today.we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or slowly fall the day with expected to be teens early tonight.from there things will keep trending colder for the weekend with the coldest air arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching - 40.as far as snow goes we may
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3 3 monster truck nationals are this weekend in sioux city. that's why we're talking with "talk of the town" this morning.good morning! 3 3 3 3 donald trump had quite the rant on the campaign trail. we'll show you the target of his rage. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 temperatures have been dropping steadily since
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3 good morning, (sioux city)... it's (20) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (jc roofing and insulating) camera. 3 donald trump is known for his take - no - prisoners attacks on rivals. but this week he viciously went after an inanimate object. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos shows us the donald versus the mic. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows--3 when the usa freedom kids warmed up the crowd for donald trump...(nats)"enemies of freedom face the music. come on boys, take them down." little did we know that donald's enemy at this rally would be...the mic?(donald trump, (r) presidedeial candidate)"and by the way i don't like this mic. whoever the hell brought this don't pay the son of a (bleep) who put it in i'll tell ya."now normally trump speaks of humans this way..."she is terribleerson."but now he's amplifying his insults.(donald trump, (r) presidential candidate)"this mic is terrible...every two minutes i hear boom boom."not since ronald reagan has a politician
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(r) presidential candidate)"i am paying for this microphone mr. green!"ok maybe trump's mic moment wasn't exactly reaganesque.(donald trump, (r) presidential candidate)"stupid mic keeps popping."(jeanne moos, cnn correspondent)"at least the nald know which end's up. you'd never catch him doing this..."singing into the wrong end...(nats singning) and though we've seen trump eat pizza with a fork, we doubt he'd mistake a microphone for a pepper grinder."what is this? microphone. what?"kanye west may have hurled his malfunctioning mic, and this contestant on the voice kept bravely singing into silence... until she was handed a working mic.(nats singning)and general petraeus tapped...but donald trump threatened to stiff the sound people.(donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "when someone does a bad job like this stupid mic you shouldn't pay the (bleep)." telling his advance man... (donald trump, (r) presidential candidate)"do you hear that george don't pay em don't pay 'em. i guarantee you i'm not paying for this mic." but the staging company, sound associates,told cnn "oh yeah, we're getting paid."though some of the dience coudn't hear the speech, the company suggests the popping was a
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could overload the mic. one person might not be heard." when it comes to microphones, mr trump is the mr. gloop of presidential candidates..."mr gloop would you mind saying two words."trump doesn't mince words he chews them up. and seems tempted to wring that straggly mic's neck..."it's true."jeanne moos cnn"take 'em down."new york.3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 over the next several hours we will see a cold front continue to swing through the region and temperatures will spiral down through most of the day today.we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or slowly fall throughout the day with temperatures expected to be in the low teens early tonight.from there things will keep trending colder for the weekend with the coldest air arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching - 40.as far as snow goes we may see some saturday night into sunday and then again tuesday. 3
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watercooler...these blurry white dots are no ordinary stars. you're looking at what astronomers say might be the biggest and brightest supernova *ever* observed. the stellar explosion was 570 *billion* times brighter than our sun! and get this... the blast produced light 20 times brighter than all the stars in the milky way galaxy *combined*!so why does it look like a white blur... visible only with powerful telescopes? this supernova is in another galaxy... almost four *billion* light years away from earth. 3 3 coming up... the latest cars and trucks are on display at the north american international auto show in detroit. we'll show you how the cars of tomorrow show how
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changing.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
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3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofofcers will be running radar on indian hills and jacksonhave 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 more information this morning after hursday's isis terror attack in indonesia. police in the country thi they know the identities of the five dead attackers... and say two were in prison before this on terror charges. at least two people were killed... more than 20 hurt... when terrorists attacked a starbucks and a police booth in downtown jakarta using bombs and bullets.back in the states... the republican presidential candidates are ck on the campaign trail... one day after squaring off in their sixth debate. donald trump and ted cruz... who are neck and neck in iowa...
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and new york values... while marco rubio and chris christie went back and fourth on gun control and planned parenthood. the candidates also took shots at president obama's state of the union address... and challenged trump's plan to ban all muslims from the united states.and... the winners of the 1 - point - 5 billion dollar powerball jackpot have yet to come forward. lottery officials revealed golden tickets were sold in california... florida... and tennessee. california gives its winners a year to come forward... winners in nnessee and florida have only 180 days. 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 norah o'donnell. coming up, a grammy- nominated jazz album inspired by the sandy hook tragedy. how a grieving father pays tribute. that's coming up, on cbs this morning. 3 "this is siouxland news at
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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 over the next several hours we will see a cold front continue to swing through the region and temperatures will spiral down through most of the day today.we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or slowly fall throughout t the day with temperatures pected to be in the low teens early tonight.from there things will keep trending colder for the
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arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching - 40.as far as snow goes we may see some saturday night into sunday and then again tuesday. 3 3 3 a record 17 - and - a - half million vehicles were sold in the united states in 20 - 15. some of the latest cars are on display now at the north american international auto show in detroit. reporter kris van cleave got a sneak preview of what's driving the cars of tomorrow. 3 supers: :32 - :40 kris van cleave/cbs news trqnsportation correspondent :46 - :51 tim stevens/cnet editor at large 1:16-1:21 mark fields/presiden t, ceo ford motor companytrt - 1:32(pkg)(nats - handout lexus) it has the feel of a fashion show-but the models are measured in tons and the designs - think metallic chic. (nats - handout lincoln) unveiled this week - the return of lincoln's famed continental.ceo mark fields ((sot mark fields))"we're using the lincoln continental to really express what we call quiet luxury, lexus wawa't being quiet with this dedet volvo and mercedes are pushing fety (mercedes handout) the e-300 sedan can even do much
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((bridge: kris van cleave/cbs news/de))"concept cars like favorites. part of the reason more than 800,000 people come display this year are fundamental changes going on "this is so nice."(sot-tim stevens/cnet editor at large) "they're seeing the writing on comes out, as ultimately people are sharing more and interacting and they may not going to be a whole differently world for them." (track)gm designed it's new fully electric chevy bolt for that different world. it can travel more than 200 miles on a charge and costs under 30 grandgetting a slice of the 5.3 billion transportation cars... collecting your fields)"we're a technology company and more and more we're becoming an information talking about tracking where i'm going and what i'm doing?" tracking individual customers, this is about customers with us so that in the aggregate, we can discern patterns there." patterns in a business where everything is
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news, detriot michigan.3 3 bernie sanders is coming back to sioux city soon.the vermont senator will campaign at the orpheum theatre downtown tuesday night. doors open at 6 with senator sanders scheduled to speak at 7. the sioux city event will be the last of 4 stops in northwest iowa that day. before stopping at the orpheum... he'll be in fort dodge... carroll... and underwood. 3 you had a great chance to talk with sioux city's city council yesterday morning.the council and mayor held their monthly "coffee with the council" meeting at scooter's on hamilton boulevard. council members say having these informal meeting outside of city hall makes it easier for the community to approach them and talk about what's worrying them. 3 "it's great to have the city council here it's so mumu fun n to have them in a location out inin the community y where people can stop by and meet them and
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and it's really a privilege to have them here."these meetings are held on the 2nd thursday of each month in a different location each month. 3 3 nebraska governor pete ricketts gave his condition of the state address yesterday morning.talking to lawmakers at the state capitol... ricketts called for more cuts and changes to the state's property tax system... to help troubled farmers and ranchers affected by lower commodity prices. he also called for investment in roads and bridges... and for government departments to work smarter to save taxpayers' money. 3 3 after the speech... governor ricketts was in south sioux city for his annual state of the state fly around. the stop in south sioux city is the first of 12 events at 11 places in 2 days. the governor answered questions about his proposals to close a gap in the state budget... and also gave his position on the debate over legalizing medical marijuana in nebraska. 3 "we e ve a process here in this country to take drugs
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dangerous drugs, and use them for medical purposes, it's called the f-d-a and in fact their are derivatives of marijuana right now that are going through that f-d-a process. i think that's the appropriate way for us to determine whether or not the use of marijuana as a drug is safe and effective"after south sioux city... the governor took off for columbus... grand island... and hastings. 3 3 this morning... iowa's governor is thanking sioux city's superintendent for help coming up with a plan to fund both schools *and* protect the state's water.we've been hearing a lot about water quality lately... the des moines waterworks is suing three northwest iowow drainagegeistricts. it says the districts are letting nitrates flow into the racoon river. governor branstad said superintendent paul gausman had a part in the governor's plan to extend the one - cent sales tax that funds infrastucture improvements for schools for another 20 years. it would also raise around 4 - point -
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quality efforts... too. 3 "he talked about the need for school infrastructure. but then i put together the idea of what if we do that and address the issue of water quality... and we could do it a tax increase."3 the governor says this proposal would also provide a long term stable source of programs. 3 panda cub (bay - bay) bei bei is set to make his public debut at smithsonian's national zoo saturday.the panda house at smithsonian's national zoo... home to *four* giant pandas... has been closed since august... when the youngest one... (bay bay) bei bei was born. saturday it'll be *panda* - monium in d - c as he greets the general public for the very first time. but his adoring public better be prepared to stand in line. when bei bei's older sister (bow - bow) bao bao made her debut in 20 - 14... more than four
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line... some for hours... to see her.if you don't want to stand in line or you're not planning to go to d - c... you can keep track of (bay - bay) bei bei online instead... just watch one of the smithsonian's panda cams. 3 3 3 3 the last time these two met... iowa knocked michigan state from the number one spot. they couldn't do it again at michigan state... could they? chris is next with sports. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorololost cat taylor" 3 28:54 i was only 35 and i 3 was in the best physical condition of my life.molli graham has never smoked a day
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signs, no symptoms. so when she was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2012... it was devastating news...29:41 lung cancer is deadly, and that was my first instinct, that i was going to die.molli transfered to huntsman cancer institute... where she started working with doctor wallace akerley...55:04 nats you can see the more recent scans here. who is leading research into non smoking lung cancer...6:38 these non smoking lung cancers tend to happen in younger people. and because these patients don't smoke... it's hard to catch...17:21 these people went out of their way to do the right thing and avoid cigarettes, and they still ended up with the cancer associated with tobacco 17:29 when molli was first diagnosed... she had part of her lung removed... but the cancer spread...she was given a year to live... until doctor akerley put her on a gene mutation specific therapy31:32 i take it twice a day and it works wonders so far.it's fighting molli's cancer... and changing her life...31:35 i'm back to running, i'm active, i feel good againso good that last september... she ran a marathon... 49:31 this is just like a marathon, it's the marathon of my life.49:40 i will finish it, and i will win.
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koelbel reporting.28:54 i was only 35 and i was in the best physical condition of my life. molli graham has never smoked a day in her life...26:25 i had no signs, no symptoms. so when she 3
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3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning. what's up moose?3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal
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3 over the next 3 several hours we will see a
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through the region and 3 temperatures 3 will spiral down through 3 most of the 3 day today.y.3 we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or slowly fall throughout the day with temperatures expected to be in the low teens eaeay tonight. from there t tngs will keep
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weekend with 3 the coldest air arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching -40.as far as snow goes we may see some
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3 sports, with 3 sports director chris neyenhouse..the rematch is finally here. 16 days removed from the hawkeyes knocking msu 3 from their position as the number one team the two teams met again. this time in east
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valentine's first start sincnc injury. 1) very first play of the game valentine with the three he had 14 pts, 4 rebs, 5 assts spartans up 3 2) mid 1st, iowa up by 5 jared uthoff (you-toff) shows the range with a 3 ball he had 15 pts, 10 rebs hawkeyes go up by 8 3) 30 secs later , iowa up by 8 peter jock coming off the screen and hits the three hawkeyes up 26-15 4) final 20 seconds 1st half, wait a sec iowa's up 20! off a turnover jock gets the pass up ahead for the the dunk hawkeyes up 22 at half 5) 2nd half, iowa up 19 the pride of south sioux! mike gesell (gah- zelle) keeps attacking getting ...the bucket and the foul..missed free throw hawkeyes up 58-376) final minute , iowa up 15 jok with the drive and the finish (jock: game high 23 pts, 3/5 from deep)hawkeyes win 76-59. muskies trying to end their two game skid visiting lincoln tonight. and this is how they
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held on. remember they had been shut out in the past two games for just the second and third time through the season's first 31 games. goals by matt steeves and teemu pullkkinen in the first period were the difference. goalie cam gornet was terrific making 38 saves on 39 shots.muskies would add an elly tolvanen empty netter and win it 3-1! sioux center just fell out of the ap top ten. hosting a west lyon team that's lost three of four.1. sioux center gets on the board first.. ler van beek hits the three.. warriors up three to nothing.2. west lyon comes right back.. isaac heyer inside for the layup.. warriors up one.. three to two. 3. sioux center's marcus winterfeld hits the three. warriors up six to two.4. later in the first.. sioux center up ten to four.. west lyon's colton hage hits the three.. ten to seven warriors. 5. than west lyon's isaac heyer hits a three.. game tied at ten and....west lyon wins 73-70!hinton on a 2 game skid visiting west who's on a 3 game losing streak.1) first quarter, west is up 6 zip
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small, drives the base line for the layup. west up 4 now. 2) next possesion, brandon vondrak passes it to small, and from deep... just like by 1.3) later hinton is up 1, cliff mccray of west gets the steal and go all the way for the layup to make it 8 to 7 west.4) fast forward to the 2nd quarter, mccray again, gets the steal and the layup extending the lead to 3.5) next play, noah mcwell steals it and mccray is open. the freshman will add 2 more points to make it 14 to 9 west. west wins 71-51.ten and one sioux center hosting west lyon who's no slouch at 8 and 3! 1) fourth quarter now game tied at 46.. sioux center's alexis toering with the drive and the layup.. warriors up 48-46.2. sioux center on the break.. easy layup for jordyn van maanen.. warriors up four. 50-463. after that it was all west lyon.. here kate groeneweg with the nice drive and layup.. wildcats within two.4. later in the fourth.. west lyon's chaydon metzger with the steal and the layup.. she's fouled.. she makes the free throw to put west lyon up one 51-50. west lyon would hit there free throws at the end and they go on to the 69-63 victory!the number one ranked team in south dakota is not exactly who you'd pick to try and end a three game losing
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1) late first half now heelan down 28-17. taylor ferguson with the drive and the hoop!2) second half now grace hanno working the give and go with kierrah llanos! warriors still by 11.3) then off the inbounds check this out! in midaiw hannoh with the jumper! that was sweet! 4) late third quarter off another inbounds lexie stolen! they call her that cuz she drives like it's stolen! sacrafices her body on that play! but washington wins 60-46.5 and 6 lemars visiting 6-5 moc-floyd valley.1. pick up action with less than twenty seconds to go in the game.. lemars trails by two..madison dreckman misses the three but jen schneider is there for the putback.. game tied at thirty-nine and we go to overtime.2. in o-t.. m-o- c's breana schuiteman misses the layup but morgan de jong is there for the putback.. m-o-c up forty-one to thirty-nine.3. lemar's annie ellis hits the three.. bulldogs up forty-two to forty-one.4. m-o-c comes right back and goes to de jong for the layup.. m-o-c floyd valley up forty-three to forty two and the dutch h n ininvertime -42.north and east both coming off wins over council bluffs team. meeting up at north high school.1) off the opening tip rylie zyzda with
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3-0 after her free throw.2) north would build an 11-1 lead in the first so they went to work off the breonna ferris miss jayda graham with the putback! those two had 12 points each.3) next posession for east they break the press and taylor copope fights for her n rebound and puts it back in!4) north comes right back on their next posession. maycen shueth down low to graham who puts it in again. east was up 15-6 at that point. north comes all the way back! they win it 44-42!that's it for your morning sportscast. join us tonight for sports at 5 and 10.have a great morning,
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3 3 janet jackson says she's ready to hit the road again. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break. 3 temperatures have been dropping steadily since midnight with more dropping on
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3 several hours we will see a 3 cold front continue to swing through the region and temperatures will spiral down through most of the day today. we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or slowly fall throughout the day with temperatures expected to be in the low teens early tonight. from there things will keep trending colder for the weekend with the coldest air arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching -
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see some saturday night into sunday and then again tuesday. 3 3 janet jackson says she's ready to hit the road again... and celine dion announces a very big loss. suzanne marques has your eye on entertainment. 3 pkg script:celine dion's husband lost 3 his battle with throat cancer. rene angelil helped launch the singer's career and later became her husband. dion took a year off from her las vegas residency to help care for him. angelil was 73 years old. --nick carter of the backstreet boys was arrested in key west, florida after a fight outside a bar. the police report says the singer was drunk and agitated.. and that when he was asked to leave he grabbed a bouncer by the throat.--trailer nat: .11 you've been gone too long alice alan rickman's memorable voice will return to theaters in may... as the blue caterpillar in the disney film "alice through the looking glass." rickman died on thursday of
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him as severus snape, from the harry potter films. --janet jackson had big news for fans. she tweeted that she's rescheduled her "unbreakable" concert dates. the pop star had postponed the tour for a surgical procedure. her new schedule starts in europe in march..then kicks off north american shows in may. and that's your eye on entertainment. sm, cbs news, los angeles 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... we're looking
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animal from the siouxland 3 humane society this morning. 3 how many pets do you have? 3 3 still to come this morning... for the second drawing in a row... someone in siouxland missed the powerball jackpot by one number. we'll introduce you to siouxland's newest millionaire.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead.
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siouxland news at sunrise.3 3 "this is siouxland news at
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3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 over the next 3 several hours we will see a cold front continue to swing through the region and temperatures will spiral down through most of the day today. we may also have seen a little bit of light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or slowly fall throughout the day with temperatures expected to be in the low teens early tonight. from there things will keep trending colder for the
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arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching - 40.as far as snow goes we may see some saturday night into sunday and then again tuesday. 3 because of a bunch of auto burglaries in south dakota... a sioux city teenager already in custody on theft charges in iowa is facing *more* charges this morning.19 - year - old franky corral was arrested last wednesday in sioux city... charged with stealing a car and running away from other charges.now... north sioux city police chief richard headid says corral 3 confessed to quite a few car break - ins in south dakoko.police in north sioux city just warned folks about a string of almost two dozen car burglaries in the city. we don't know how many of those are connected tocorral. police say he matches the person seen in security video from some of the burglaries. 3 3 a sioux city man is facing charges of robbing a friend over in morningside. 20 -
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- er) dahlheimer is chchged withth2nd degreeee robbery.police say he asked a friend to meet him at a home on vine street to meet with some girls. when the friend got there... police say (doll - hime - er) dahlheimer and a black man assaulted him... stealing his wallet... money... and car keys.a search of (doll - hime - er)'s dahlheimer's car turned up the victim's coat. right now (doll - hime - er)'s dahlheimer's in the woodbury county jail on 10 - thousand dollars bond. 3 3 and a rock valley iowa man will spend the next five years in prison on drug charges.29 - year - old austin mulder was convicted of possessing pseudoephedrine with intent to manufacture meth.he was sentenced monday in sioux county district court to five years in prison... with the sentence set to run alongside his sentences on separate forgery and theft convictions.after he's released... he'll have to serve 100 hours of community service and pay almost 9 - hundred dollars in fines. 3 a morning accident in morningside sent one person to the hospital.it happened just after 10 - 30 yesterday
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south helen and gordon drive. the driver of a truck trying to turn onto gordon from south helen crashehewith an s - u - .. forcing the s - u - v onto the curb and causing it to roll. the driver of the s - u - v was taken to mercy with minor injuries. the driver of the truck was got a ticket for failing to yield. 3 "we see it all the time as police officers you need to stay in that inside lane ok once you veer into that other lane you become responsible for striking anybody and that's what happened today. "hatting also says if you see an emergency vehicle... you need to yield to them or pull over to the right. 3 what are the chances? for the second time... *in a row*... a siouxland powerball player came within *one* number of winning the gigantic jackpot. our own siouxland news repepter kayla novak went to the store where siouxland's latest millionaire bought his ticket... right down the road... in onawa. 3 (sot youre a winner) 23-year-old bryon stewart is
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dollars. he missed the jackpot by only the powerball, which won him 1 million dollars. the fact that he opted for the power play option won him the extra million. " i think it was mainly all the hype. all of the... everything going around you know. i just had adrenaline over it. i had to take the chance; i had to try it. and i took it and it payed out. // i just never thought i would come to this. i never thought i would be 23 years old and be a millionaire." people of onawa are very excited for him. "you know i hope they use it you know wisely and enjoy theirselves a little bit." some now think that onawa's casey's on 10th h street is extra lucky. "well it sold a million dollar ticket a couple years ago too. so, it might be one of the lucky stores.. i am not for sure; i hope it is. i hope this 10 dollars here that i spend will get me at least... free tickets." though many are dissapointed that they didn't win this round, theywill continue to play. "you bet i am gonna buy. ten bucks today.. yeah... you bet we are going to buy again." i guess it's true what they say... you can't win, if you dont play.
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3 siouxland states are reporting quite a few close calls with wednesday night's mega - jackpot.in iowa... not only did we have that 2 million dollar winner in onawa... three people won 100 - thousand dollars... and three other people won 50- thousand dollar prizes.in nebraska... five people took home 50 - thousand dollar prizes.and in south dakota... two players won 50 - thousand dollar prizes. 3 3 there's a dangerous new illness worrying vets and pet owners across the country. thousands of dogs have been infected with *dog flu*. reporter adriana diaz is at a a animalshelter in chicago to talk about this s owing problem affecting pets in a
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3 ashley leise (pronounced as lease) walks dogs in the seattle area. she's paying extra close attention to her four-legged friends...natsot dog bark...after warnings about the new strain of dog flu.(np from kiro ashley leise / dog walker) "they can get sick just like us, and i know how much i hate being sick" king county public health officials say up to 90 dogs staying at this kennel outside of seattle may have been exposed to the virus. two have tested positive for flu, but further tests are needed to confirm it's the new strain. (beth lipton, public health vet for public health seattle and king county 17:51:11) none of the dogs have immunity to fifit it off,// (17:52:13) whenenogs are going to day care or dog parks or boarding overnight in kennel facilities it can spread very rapidly. ...this viral *video* features a chicago pup named herbert who's putting on a brave face while recovering from the flu. (nats of black lab coughing sat0160 @:18) cases first showed up last march in chicago and spread quickly. (grx in) around 2-thousand dogs in 24 states have been infected. (gfx out) natsot "good girl"a vaccine was made availalae in november. vets
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fatal. but owners should see a vet right away if their dog shows symptoms. (17:40:11 vet rob mcmonigle) so if your dog doesn't eat well, misses a meal, if you see coughing, if you see lethargy, just being tired, moping around, it could be a sign of the fever///if you see that, give your local vet a call and schedule an appointment cause they'll need to get on some special medications for it. oc close (pipe 2 7:56:00): people can't t contract the virus but they *can* give it to a healthy pet after spending time with a sic dog. and by the way all these puppies are up for adoption. adriana diaz, cbs news, chicago. 3 3 amazon prime members have another perk to look forward to. we'll take a look next... in your c - net tech update. 3 temperatures have been dropping steadilylyince midnight with more dropping on the way. details next. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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taylor"3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 over the next several hours we will see a cold front continue to swing through the region and temperatures will spiral down through most of the day today.we may also have seen a little bit of f light snow in the early morning hours. temperatures will hold or slowly fall throughout the day with temperatures expected to be in the low teens early tonight.from there things will keep trending colder for the weekend with the coldest air arriving monday morning when we could see morning lows in the 15-20 below zero range with wind chills approaching - 40.as far as snow goes we may
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3 amazon is cutting the cord and adding more perks. here's your c - net tech update. 3 amazon is bestowing more perks to prime subscribers -- and a few to non-primers. i'm
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cnet update. video game connoisseurs should be pleased about amazon's newest prime perk. physical copies of new release video games are discounted by 20 percent for prime members, which could save you about $12 bucks, and get you free two-day shipping. the folks at best buy can't be happy, because the retailer also cuts 20 percent off the price of new releases. the prime membership normally costs $100 dollars a year, and with it you get free two-day shipping, along with access to a library of e-books and music to stream, and prime instant video, which is amazon's version of netflix. but if you do not have amazon prime but you're considering signing up, now is a good time to buy in the us. a year subscription is on sale for $73 dollars starting friday. why $73 dollars? to celebrate the 73rd annual golden globes, (video from amazon 01:02-01:34) because the amazon prime video exclusive show of mozart in the jungle won two golden globes, one for best comedy
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sunday night. it's only for new members, but maybe you can get around that by purchasing a gift subscription and emailing it to yourself.and over the weekend you can also stream the series mozart in the jungle for free until midnight on sunday, even if you don't have prime. the comedy drama is about a guy trying to make it in the classical music scene in new york. it's also available in 4k hdr, if you have something that can show 4k ultra hd. research group cowen surveyed of 25-hundred us shoppers and reported that about 38 percent of us households could be subscribers of prime. but that's not the only amazon buzz this week. the amazon echo could be losing the power cord and become portable, according to a report from the wall street journal, citing anonymous sources. the next version of the echo could be smaller, portable and cheaper. the current echo is a $180 dollar speaker with an internet-connected voice assistant named alexa trapped inside -- it's similar to apple's siri -- and it can answer questions, take orders and play music.that's it for this tech news update. you can catch up on all the latest news at cnet.com. from our
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3 there's an animal coming up on the show...who's living at the siouxland humane society right now.keep it right here.the
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3 3 3 3 time for a visit from the siouxland humane society... there are many adorable animals available looking for a great family to take them home.melissa fischer and princess melissa fischer home. melissa fischer and princess join us for this week's
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3 thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment or you just want to catch it again, check out us online at our website... siouxland news dot com slash sunrise. 3 we'll take a look at your we'll take a look at your news and weather to go coming up after the break...you're
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3 3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. 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 indian hills and jacksonhave a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland
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3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 more information this morning after thursday's isis terror attack in indonesia. police in the country think they know the identities of the five dead attackers... and say two were in prison before this on terror charges. at least two people were killed... more than 20 hurt... when terrorists attacked a starbucks and a police booth in downtown jakarta using bombs and bullets.back in the states... the republican presidential candidates are back on the campaign trail... one day after squaring off in their sixth debate. donald trump and ted cruz... who are neck and neck in iowa... fought over the birther issue and new york values... while marco rubio and chris christie went back and fourth on gun control and planned parenthood. the candidates also took shots at president obama's state of the union address... and challenged trump's plan to ban all muslims from states.and... the winners of the 1 - point - 5 billion dollar powerball jackpot have yet to come forward. lottery officials revealed golden tickets were sold in california... florida... and tennessee. california gives its winners a year to come forward... winners in tennessee and florida have only 180 days. 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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