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with a high near 12 degrees and partly cloudy skies. another chance for snow will move in late tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with temperatures near the freezing mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in on sunday.the snow chances in this forecast are not set in stone, so stay tuned for updates with these evolving systems. 3 3 3 three americans freed from (e - ron) iran over the weekend are in germany now... waiting to be re-united with their families. u - s officials say they'll get
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military hospital in landstuhl. c - b - s news correspondent don champion has the latest from new york. 3 30-34 sarah hekmati/sister of former prisoner46-52 carrie anstrand/abedini family friend(pkg) (still) it's a long awaited moment of freedom. this picture shows freed washington post reporter jason rezaian as he and two other freed americans made a stop in switzerland sunday. after leaving iran, an internal memo to post staff said rezaian is in 'good spirits.' half a world away- the sister and brother-in-law of freed marine veteran amir hekmati left detroit sunday headed to germany to see him. they spoke exclusively to cbs news.(sot sarah hekmati/ sister of former prisoner) everything just happened so quickly that i don't think it will hit me until i'm hugging him after spending three and a half years at iran's notorious evin prison -- christian pastor saeed abedini is also on his way home. carrie anstrand went to high school with his wife in idaho:(sot carrie anstrand/ abedini family friend) my kids actually helped to put together some cards to write to him while he was in prison and did that several times the three men and a fourth american were swapped for seven iranians held or charged in the u-s...two of them were released from a federal
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sunday. also this weekend, the u-s lifted economic sanctions on iran as part of the deal to rollback the country's nuclear program. (sot president obama/ no chyron necessary) once again we're seeing what's possible with strong american diplomacy after iran recently test-fired a missile -- the u-s moved this weekend to impose new sanctions against 11 individuals and entities tied to iran's ballistic missile program. don champion cbs news. 3 there are at least two other americans believed to be in jail in (e - ron) iran. a fourth american was freed as part of the exchange but wanted to stay in the country. a fifth american... a student... was released separately and is now back in massachusetts. 3 sioux city fire rescue fought a massive house fire saturday night.the fire broke out
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hundred block of morgan street in sioux city. you could see the smoke from a long ways off... firefighters say no one was home when the fire started... but there were three dogs inside. those dogs *were* rescued. we still don't know the cause of that fire. 3 and four people are dead after a house fire in boone county iowa. 3 the fire broke out around 12 - 45 a - m sunday morning in the town of boxholm. the boone county sheriff's office says the entire house was fully engulfed in flames. the fire was bad enough... they requested help from some of the surrounding fire departments there. when firefighters made it inside they found the bodies of four people. 27 - year - old amber sorenson 9 - year - old riley sorenson 6 - year - old aututu sorenson and 4 - year - old brayden sorenson. they were taken to the state medical examiner's office in ankeny. the state fire marshal says his office is still investigating how the fire started. 3 a storm lake man is dead after
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night.it was just after 11 o'clock night near the intersection of highway 71 and 615th street. 25 - year - old anthony bruhl of storm lake was driving north when he hit a semi - truck and trailer that was heading south. another vehicle going south was hit by debris from the crash.again... it was 25 - year - old anthony bruhl of storm lake in that vehicle going north... 3 he had to be freed from the vehicle... but bruhl was pronounced dead by buena vista regional medical center paramedics. the driver of the semi was 54 - year - old geoffrey sonnemaker of omaha... he wasn't hurt. the *other* driver... 29 - year - old krysten tatum of sac city had minor injuries. 3 one teenager is dead after a rollover accident in monona county friday morning.investigators say a car driven by 15 - year - old sidney solberg of moorhead lost control just after 7 - 30 when it hit a patch of black ice and went into a ditch near
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thrown out of the car.one... 16 - year - old shelby montange... was pronounced dead there.the second... 12 - year - old braiden solberg... was taken along with sidney onawa for treatment. 3 3 and an accident in sac county between a pickup and a school bus thursday night sent three adults to the hospital. the sac county sheriff's office says a bus belonging to east sac county schools hit the pickup while crossing highway 20 north of sac city. the driver of the pickup had to be cut out by rescue crews. he and his passenger... along with the bus driver... were taken to loring hospital in sac city. the four students on the bus were examined by paramedics and released to their parents. two were taken to the hospital for minor injuries later. the driver of the bus was given a ticket for failure to yield. 3 the akron iowa man accused of murdering his mom in the summer of 20 - 14 *is* competent to stand trial. 3 that's the decision from a
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attorney for jonathan neunaber argued his client suffers from mental health issues preventing him from understanding the charges against him and assisting in his own defense. while saying both experts that examined neunaber diagnosed him with a mental illness... judge steven (on - dray - uh - son) andreasen said it doesn't reach the threshold of being "incompetent." prosecutors can now move ahead with a trial... but no date has been set yet. 3 the nebraska supreme court has rejected a second appeal from the man convicted twice of a murder in norfolk back in 20 - 10.(duh - are - iss) de'aris trice was first convicted in 20 - 13 for stabbing and killing a man at a home in norfolk... but won a new trial from the state supreme court because of issues with instructions given to the jury.at that new trial in 20 - 14... trice was found guilty again... sentenced to a minimum of 40 - years in prison.he says the court was wrong in letting transcripts of witness statements into
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sentence he got was excessive. the supreme court says there is *no* evidence the trial court acted wrongly. 3 iowa's governor is asking the legislature and courts to come up with a more fair justice system for juveniles and minorities.governor terry branstad wants a couple of changes. *major* offenses committed by juveniles would still be a matter of public record. but it would be up to the judge to decide whether information on *minor* offenses would be made public. 3 "and then the problem is once you get labeled a delinquent, then you have a criminal records. it's difficult to get into college, it's difficult to rent an apartment, it's difficult to get into the service, and that haunts them the rest of their life."the racial disparity in iowa's corrections system is also the highest in the nation. blacks make up about 3 percent of the state's population... but about 17 percent of the corrections system.
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this too make sure we have diversity in the jury pools, so that when we have a trial and we have a minority person that they are truly being tried by 3 their peers."branstad says he meets every few months with the leadership of the n - double - a - c - p to try and fix problems facing minorities in iowa. 3 remember the "pizza rat" in year?well... say hello to the "pita rats." somebody dropped a piece of pita bread in new york's herald square subway station. 3 these two rats struggled to drag it up the stairs. laura duch saw it happening... that's when she got this video.the rats manage to pull it up a few steps... but they take plenty of breaks to
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it.3 3 3 3 3 3 3 coming up... terrorists attacked a popular hotel and cafe in west africa friday. we'll show you how survivors are coming to terms with the attack. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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heller and meteorologist 3 cat taylor" 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 wind chill advisories for most
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effect until this morning. make sure to bundle up! we have a small warm up in store for today with a high near 12 degrees and partly cloudy skies.another chance for snow will move in late tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with temperatures near the freezing mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in on sunday.the snow chances in this forecast are not set in stone, so stay tuned for updates with these evolving systems.
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... flyers from sioux city will have another destination soon. where would you like to go to get away? 3 investors are on edge after big losses on wall street... marlie hall is in new york
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3 wall street ended the week with a major sell off friday. the stock market plunged hundreds of point right from the opening.the deep declines were sparked by tumbling oil prices.crude fell below 30 dollars a barrel - its lowest level in 12 years.volatility in chinese markets also rattles u-s stocks.the dow dropped 390 points friday.the nasdaq lost 126.holiday sales werent as high as expected. according to the national retail federation, sales rose 3 percent in november and december.thats below the 3-point-7 percent increase the group originally forecasted. but online sales exceeded expectectations and grew 9 percent.wells fargo is now the nation's third largest bank in terms of assets - beating citigroup.the san francisco bank officially clinched the title friday when it posted assets of nearly 1-point-8 trillion dollars by the end of last year.that's your money watch. for more log on to cbs money watch dot com. in new york im marlie hall.
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3 twenty - eight people from at least nine different countries are dead after extremesists attacked a hotel in the african nation of burkina faso. c - b - s news correspondent jonathon vigliotti has more on the victims and their families... some of them are from the united states and canada. 3 (pkg)(video - attack)as security forces surrounded the splendid hotel and neighboring cappaccino cafe - both under siege by terrorists -- (pictures - slow move in)amy riddering tried desperately to reach her husband mike. (video - cafe)he was at the cafe when the assault began friday night. (graphic - facebook post)"i still have no news about mike" - she wrote on her facebook page saturday morning. (pictures) florida-native mike riddering moved with his wife amy and two daughters to burkina faso in 2011 to start an orphanage. mike and a pastor were at the cafe in the country's capital ouagadougou to meet new volunteers. the pastor later called amy after escaping. (graphic)"gunmen came into the restaurant shooting and everyone ran to hide. the pastor somehow had mike's phone and called" wrote amy. it was still unclear if mike survived. another american,
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his room to a deserted hotel lobby and realized something was wrong. sot - "i saw cars on fire and a gunman and i realized i had to hide." (video of attack)the 12-hour siege began when heavily armed al-qaeda militants, two of them women, stormed the buildings and set off car bombs. (video - body bags)in all 28 people were killed... (photo)including a canadian family of four who were on a humanitarian trip. (video)11 americans, including edward bunker made it out alive. mike riddering did not. "you left quite a legacy here. i can only imagine the adventures you're having now." read amy's final post. jonathan vigliotti. cbs news.
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3 after the break... this weekend marked the 25th anniversary of the launch of operation desert storm. we'll show you what lessons we learned from that conflict. 3
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meteorologist 3 cat taylor" 3 wind chill advisories for most of siouxland are still in effect until this morning. make sure to bundle up! we have a small warm up in store for today with a high near 12
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skies.another chance for snow will move in late tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with temperatures near the freezing mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in on sunday.the snow chances in this forecast are not set in stone, so stay
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3 twenty - five years ago the first u - s airstrikes started on baghdad in operation desert storm. in just six weeks... u - s forces expelled the iraqi military from kuwait. reporter david martin talked to colin powell about what we learned from the first gulf war. 3 2narr in retrospect, the first gulf war seems so simple, starting with this definitive statement from president george h.w. bush four days after saddam hussein invaded kuwait. sot bush: this will not stand. this will not stand, this aggression against kuwait.narr after the buildup of 500,000 american troops in saudi arabia, president bush issued the execute order that turned into one of the most lopsided victories in military history. sot powell: i was able to guarantee president bush that we would succeed. and we would succeed rather quickly because the iraqi army was sitting there in kuwait like a golf ball on top of the tee waiting to be hit. narr colin powell was chairman of the joint chiefs of staff at the time and described the war plan in unforgettable terms.sot powell: our strategy in going after this army is very simple. first we are going to cut it off and then we are
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martin: is it ever going to be that simple again?sot powell: i don't think it is. . . it''s not like that anymore. it's not a single guy with an army that's easy to defeat. sot martin: do you think desert storm created unrealistic expectations about what military force can do? sot powell: it may have in the mind of some. it didn't in my mind. i understood the nature of that war, how limited it was, and it wasn't a model of what we could do in every other conflict that comes along.narr the victory in the desert was followed by ticker tape parades graphics inbut a new biography of president bush quotes his diary as saying "i have no elation." graphics outsot powell: we had hoped that after desert storm // saddam would be so weakened that he would be taken down, he would quit, or he would be overthrown by the forces that were there. that didn't happen and that was a great disappointment to president bush.narr but at least, the president said, the united states military had finally risen from the ashes of vietnam. it could fight and win an overseas war.sot bush: by god, we've kicked the vietnam syndrome once and for all.narr president bush mused to his diary that desert storm might "help establish a new world order" but 25 years later it looks more like a lesson in the limits of
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3 still to come... hillary clinton and bernie sanders went toe to toe on gun control last night. we'll have the fallout from the democratic debate. you're watching
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3 3 kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'i'meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 wind chill advisories for most of siouxland are still in effect until this morning. make sure to bundle up! we have a small warm up in store for today with a high near 12 degrees and partly cloudy skies.another chance for snow will move in late tonight
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4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with temperatures near the freezing mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in on sunday.the snow chances in this forecast arere not set in stone, so stay tuned for updates with these evolving systems. 3 democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders went toe to toe on gun control sunday night... while martin o'malley struggled to be heard. and after the debate... as c - b - s news correspondent (we - juh) weijia (jang) jiang shows us... clinton celebrated with her supporters. 3 chyrons::15-:25 hillary clinton/democratic presidential candidate:39-:44 (quick!) weijia jiang/cbs news, charleston, sc(pkg, natz) bill and hillary clinton greeted supporters and posed for pictures..following the final debate before the iowa caucuses.(dissolve)earlier,
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senator bernie sanders clashed on a number of issuesstarti ng with gun control.sot: hillary clinton/democratic presidential candidate (:22- gun makers and sellers, which the nra said was the most legislation in 20 years. voting with the nra and for reversing his position on immunity for gun manufacturers. lifetime rating of d minus with the powerful gun lobby. sot: sen. bernie sanders/democ ratic presidential candidate i think secretary clinton knows what she says is very disingenuous.(standup bridge: weijia jiang, cbs news, charleston, sc)fiscal policy and healthcare reform also dominated the exchanges discussion here in charleston. sot sanders: in the wealthiest country in the history of the world we should have healthcare for every man woman and child d a right.(dissove) sot clinton: there are things we can do to improve it but to tear it up and start over again, pushing our country back into that kind of debate i think is the wrong direction. former maryland governor struggled was also on the stage, but struggled to be heard.sot: (from spin room)(23:45:19)i don't think there has been a single debate where people left saying they heard too much from martin o'malley.a new poll gives clinton a big lead nationwide over both democratic rivals, but sanders was unimpressed.. and quickly mentioned he is winning in the new hampshire polls and is tied in iowawhere voters are set to
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3 bernie sanders was the top candidate talked about on both twitter and facebook according to reps from both social media companies... soututcarolina holds the firsrs- in - the - south democratic primary saturday... february 27th. 3 new jersey governor chris christie was in sioux city yesterday for a town hall meeting.he talked to a packed buffalo alice restaurant and bar... downtown. christie started off talking about his political experience as governor of new jersey... then took questions fromomhe audience on a few different things like what to do with syrian refugees... and
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less violent drug offenders in jail instead putting them into rehabilitation facilities. 3 "this is way iowa and new hampshire are so great, becacae you all show up. and you listen. and you usk really good questions. d your minds are open, and then you are going to decide. every pollster and pundit who thinks they have you figured out just isn't right, you've surprised a lot of people before."during his stop... christie also talked about how to deal with mental health issues in the united states. 3 and another republican presidential candidate was in sioux city yesterday... too. doctor ben carson talked at sunnybrook community church. the visit was spur of the moment and pretty people. carson knew he'd be in town on a sunday... at sunnybrook. the republican candidate also took time to take pictures with congregation members after the
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3 there was a memorial service saturday for 45 - year - old joseph g. lemm... who was killed by a suicide bomber while serving overseas in afghanistan last month.lemm and a few other special agents were on patrol during an investigation when a bomber drove a motorcycle into them and set off a bomb. he died on december 21st. lemm was born on august 12th 1970 in dubuque iowa. he went to beemer high school in beemer nebraska where he was an excellent student... he played basketball... football... and track. saturday afternoon dozens of people were at his memorial service... like nebraska governor pete ricketts... state senator lydia brasch... and congressman jeff fortenberry. 3 "he loved the people so much, and i'd just like to thank everybody, our gogornor, the senators, the congress people, all of our military, everyone, thank you so much for coming,
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you."the 45 - year - old was a member of the new york city police department for 16 ars... heas a member of the new york air national guard... to 3 "events like this are important, for the families to say goodbye to their loved ones, for us as a community to be here for those families who have lost their loved ones. and also fofous as a state and a nations to be inspired by people like joe lemm, who have been such great american heroes, who sacrifice their lives for our freedoms."governor rickets has officially proclaimed january 16th 20 - 16 as joseph lemm day in honor of his survice to our county. lemm is survived by his wife christine... daughter brook... and son ryan. 3 the sioux city camera club held its siouxland images presentation yesterday afternoon.this was at the lewis and clark encounter center. a gallery has been set up for the sioux city
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around for a hundred years... now. the exhibit features 34 pictures showing unique landmarks and the characteristics of sioux city. 3 flying in and out of sioux city will be getting a little bit easier. american airlines is adding a flight to dallas - fort worth this spring.the new service will start may 5th. there will be a daily flight that leaves dallas at 12 - 2 2in the afternoon. that flight will then leave sioux city for dallas - fort worth at 3 - 15. the 50 seat jet will be operated by "american eagle"... the same company that gives daily service between sioux city and chicago now. 3 "it's a great felling the main theme of today is the air service in sioux city just got better today. and the whole region won... not just sioux city."3 dallas - fort worth provides a connecting hub for travelers going to more than 200 cities
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3 "with this new service our customers in sioux city will have direct access two of america's busiest hubs. and access an easy one stop access to flight to dozens of cities across europe, asia, and latin america."tickets can be bought now by visiting the websites of american airlines or the sioux gateway airport. 3 could you imaginingoing more than two - and - a - half year without seeing your family? that's reality for a morningside college student from nigeria. but he has a plan to get his family here to see him graduate. siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran shows us how this college senior is working to make his dream come true. 3 "morningside has really been part of my life a lot. i've been involved in a lot of things in campus. i've met some great people here." morningside college senior paul johnson was born and raised in jalingo, nigeria.it was in 2009, he had the opportunity to attend school in the united states, before
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in 2010.."i've created relationships with professors, faculty, staff that i know will last a lifetime.and thanks to the iowa-nigeria partnership of the methodist church..johnson came back to the u.s..returning to sioux city.but he hasn't seen his family since his last visit in 2013.johnson says, his parents philip and sarostina have never had the chance to come to america."i think it would be nice for me to see them, mostly for them because the effort that they'v'vput in."to see him in action, where he's involved in church activities, student government, and sports director for k-m-s-c.knowing that he would need support, johnson's friends stepped up to help his wish come true."my mom and i talked about to see what we could do, to get his parents here. we didn't know how he felt about his parents being here."we discussed, like would you be interested in setting up a go fund me account? and he was more than willing to have one.""i didn't know what to expect really, but the support has been great so far, there's a lot of people who havavbeen helping out and d en just friends morningside and around the
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3 if you'd like to 3 help paul johnson and his family... there's a link to his go - fund - me account in this story on our website... at siouxland news dot com. 3 raining... snowing... a squirrel needs s eat. 3 heavy snow this week in estonia put the sporting abilities of a town squirrel to the test. to get to some acorns and hazelnuts... this squirrel had to snow - dive... tunnel - in... and perform some high jumps. 3 he didn't want the easy way out... so the courageous creature totally ignored the food put out for the birds. he just wanted to show off his athletics in the snow. 3
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3 3 3 most of the hype around virtual reality centers around gaming... but there are some other uses for the technology. we'll take a look next... in your c - net tech update. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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taylor"3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 wind chill advisories for most of siouxland are still in effect until this morning. make sure to bundle up! we have a small warm up in store for today with a high near 12 degrees and partly cloudy skies.another chance for snow will move in late tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with temperatures near the freezing mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in on sunday.the snow chances in this forecast are not set in stone, so stay
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evolving systems.3 3 companies are looking at ways to expand virtual reality beyond the video game. here's your c - net tech update. 3 what if virtual ality could take you inside a painting?
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your cnet update. most of the hype around virtual reality centers around gaming -- but there are so many other possibilities for this medium that we are just begining to explore. the dali museum in st. petersburg florida blended virtual reality with art and will take visitors on a trip inside the mind of salvador dali with its latest exhibit. video from the dali museum 00:36-01:39)the experience is called dreams of dali, and programmers brought toto life the landscape of one of his earlier paintings, the archeological reminiscence of millet's angelus, from 1935. i put on an oculus rift headset to jump in, and began to explore these ancient monumental ruins in a moonlit
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of the experience also put other pieces of dali's work inside of the ruins, so visitors may have a few unexpected surprises.but in virtual realitit it all feels very close, giving it just the right amount of creepy feeling. you start to feel you're lost inside this warped dali world. but how do you create something that dali would approve? lead designgn nathan shipley of the firm goodby silverstein and partners explains:"we think of dali was around today he would like vr... we wanted to represent twhat was in dali's head."it took the team about four months to create this vr experience, which you're expected to go through for about five minutes. it's on display as part of the new exhibit called disney and
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imagination. the two artists were friends and collaborated on an animated short, called destino. although the vr portion doesn't have work of disney in it, you can think of it as being on a ride of sorts. as the museum's executive director explains, both artists worked to create experiences that were out of the ordinary, leaving you feeling just a little vulenrable."i think that it was wonderful that they went of disney and dali..."you don't have to travel to st. the exhbit opens on january 23, it'll be availabe online at dreamsofdali.org, and you can see it in vr from home if you have google cardboard or samsung gear vr.that's it for this tech news update, but there's much more to explore in vr. in an upcoming report, i'll show you how businesses want you to go shopping in vr. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey. 3 3 at a centuries - old monastery in italy... american monks are making heavenly harmonies as they tap into history. we'll show you how their brewing skills are just as
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(time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise.
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3 good morning, (norfolk)... it's (five degrees below zero) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (square tire) camera. 3 at a centuries - old monastery in italy... american monks are making heavenly harmonies as thth tap into history. c - b - s news correspondent allen pizzey takes a look. 3
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cassian folsuma graduate of the indiana school of musiccame here in 2000 with the simple aim of rejuvenating the monasteryand bringing its music back to life.(sot father cassian folsum ) "if monks come or if candidates come and they think that they y can't sing we give them voice lessons, because it's so much part of our life. if you can't sing, you're going to be pretty bored here i think." (laughs) (13)(album being cut/monks praying etc)vo: the voice lessons are so good that a music company asked them to cut a cd.it ended up at the top of billboard's classical charts.the recording sessions had to be slotted into a daily schedule of work and prayers that start at three forty-five in the morning.(album cover/set-up interview)vo: the monk on the album coverconnec ticut-born father benedict
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less than limited appeal.(sot fr benedict )"but music, and beer, can get where words often can't."(audible) "they're both good for the soul."(sot) "both good for the soul. especially the beer." (7) (big grin)(old painting of monks and beer or beer being poured)vo: it turns out that beer is another monastst specialty that has its roots in medievavatimes.(in brewery or in bar)vo: brother francisthe brew master from dallassays ancient brewing was a kind of public health service because the boiling process sterilized often dirty water.(sot brother francis, master brewer )it's really an act of creation, just like god."(various beer/brother francis in brewery or drinking beer)vo: the monks brew...and sella "blond" beer that's six percent alcohol...and a dark version that's a whopping ten percent.(sot brother francis, over pix of beer )"we don't want it watery. we don't want it light. it's something that, grabs your attention."(pints being pulled)vo: it certainly does that.(o/c: intrepid correspondent reluctantly on cam with monks - 0144 tc 11:45:49)"cheers."(pause to sip)"well, if you thought the music was divine, you should try the beer. trust me." (15) nat sot (monks singing)vo: and given the quality of the musicthat's saying something.
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augustine and his monkstwo wonderful ways to soothe the soulnat sot chantingapcbs news, norcia 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 wind chill advisories for most of siouxland are still in effect until this morning. make sure to bundle up! we have a small warm up in store for today with a high near 12 degrees and partly cloudy skies.another chance for snow will move in late tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with temperatures near the freezing mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in on sunday.the snow chances in t ts forecast are not set in stone, so stay tuned for updates with these evolving systems.
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...nasa's solar dynamics observatory is showing us some amazing activity on the sun... a solar eruption. it happened back in december when a dark solar filament... that's one of the dark lines or curves we see above the sun's surface... became unstable.the eruption caused a cascade of magnetic solar arches. you can see the movement in the upper right of the video. the pictures were taken in extreme ultraviolet wavelengths... a type of light usually invisible to our eyes... but colorized here in bronze. 3
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looking for a burrito... looking for a if you're coming up... 3 coming up... if you're looking for a burrito... you won't be able to stop at chipotle next month. we'll show you why thehehain is closing all its stores for one day.plus your moing 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 weatatr to go ... 3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 three americans freed from (e - ron) iran over the weekend are in germany now... waiting to be re - united with their families. washington post journalist jason rezaian... marine veteran amir hekmati... and christian pastor saeed abedini were exchanged for seven (e - rain - e - uns) iranians held or charged in the u - s. they're expected to stay at a u - s military hospital in landnduhl for a few days... gettttg some medical treatment.t.democratic presidential candidates are observing doctor martin luther king junior day today on@the steps of the south carolina statehouse... one day after facing off in their fourth debate in charleston. hillary clinton... bernie
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o'malley argued over healthcare... gun control... and wall street reform. clinton is leading sanders across the country... but they're tied in iowa.and... the search is still on for 12 marines after two helicopters they were riding in crashed off hawaii last week. searchers have been scouring the waters off oahu's north shore.. but have been hampered by rough seas and high waves. the missing marines are between 21 and 41 years old. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the 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".ahead on cbs this morning, the latest on the americans released from iran. we'll talk with the brother of washington post correspondent jason rezaian. plus, the family of former f-b-i agent robert levinson, who's still missing in iran. the news is back in the morning. see you at seven.
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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 wind chill advisories for most of siouxland are still in effect 3 until this morning. make 3 sure to bundle up! we have a small warm up in store for today with a high near 12 degrees and partly cloudy skies.another chance for snow will move in late tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with
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mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in on sunday.e snow t set in stone, so stay tuned for updates with these evolving systems. 3 3 3 after quite a few food poisoning outbreaks in quite a few states... chipotle announced it'll temporarily close all of its restaurants next month to go over food safety procedures with employees. c - b - s news correspondent anna werner takes a look. 3 in boston last month, this chipotot reststrant shut down n temporarily so employees could clean after a norovirus outbreak that sickened 140 people. it was the latest health issue for the food chain, which now says the plan to close all stores for a few
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thank employees s r sticking with them and to "discuss some of the eood safety are plementing..."it's a start, says food safety professor ben chapman.(13:47:08 chapman) if they can convince the public that what they are doing can really make food safer i think that goes a long way y t again i'm not sure we are there yet (gfx in)chipotle's health related issues began last july with a small e-coli outbreak in seattle. in august, 200 people were sickened by norovirus in california. in october, dozens of customers in chipotle restaurants across nine states came down with e- coli infections. the chain temporarily closed 43 of its restaurants.the company is w tightening its food safety procedures, including doing dna-based tests on ingredients before they're shipped to restaurants and beefing up worker training. (13:47:08 chapman) there is a lot of talk but we haven't seen the data and behavior change, we need to see that changes have been made. (tag: today chipotle's stock price rose almost 20 points after the
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meeting - but it's still xx percent below this year's high of 757 in august.) 3 sioux city fire rescue fought a massive house fire saturday night.the fire broke out around 6 o'clock in the 33 - hundred block of morgan street in sioux city. you could see the smoke from a long ways off... firefighters say no one was home when the fire started... but there were three dogs inside. those dogs *were* rescued. we still don't know the cause of that fire. 3 and four people are dead after iowa. 3 the fire broke out around 12 - 45 a - m sunday morning in the town of boxholm. the boone county sheriff's office says the entire house was fully engulfed in flames. the fire was bad enough... they requested help from some of the surrounding fire departments there. when firefighters made it inside they found the bodies of four people. 27 - year - old amber sorenson 9 - year - old riley sorenson 6 - year - old autumn sorenson and 4 - year - old brayden sorensonon they were tatan to the state medical examiner's
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state fire marshal says his office is still investigating how the fire started. 3 a storm lake man is dead after an accident late friday night.it was just after 11 o'clock night near the intersection of highway 71 and 615th street. 25 - year - old anthony bruhl of storm lake was driving north when he hit a semi - truck and trailer that was heading south. was hit by debris from the crash.again... it was 25 - year - old anthony bruhl of storm lake in that vehicle going north... 3 he had to be freed from the vehicle... but bruhl was pronounced dead by buena vista gional medical center paramedics. the driver of the semi was 54 - year - old geoffrey sonnemaker of omaha... he wasn't hurt. the *other* driver... 29 - year - old krysten tatum of sac city had minor injuries. 3 one teenager is dead after a rollover accident in monona county friday morning.investigators say a car driviv by 15 - year - old
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lost control just after 7 - 30 when it hit a patch of black ice and went into a ditch near moorhead.two passengers were thrown out of the car.one... 16 - year - old shelby dead there.the second... 12 - year - old b biden solberg... was taken along with sidney solberg to burgesssshospital in onawa for treatment. 3 3 and an accident in sac county between a pickup and a school bus thursday night sent three adults to the hospital. the sac county sheriff's office says a bus belonging to east sac county schools hit the pickup while crossing highway 20 north of sac city. the driver of e pickup had to be cut out by rescue crews. he and his passenger... along taken to loring hospital in sac city. the four students on the bus were examined by paramedics and released to their parents. two were taken to the hospital for minor injuries later. the ticket for f flure to yield. 3 the akron iowa man accused of
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summer of 20 - 14 *is* competent to stand trial. 3 that's the decision from a plymouth county judge. the attorney for jonathan neunaber argued his client suffers from mental health issues preventing him from understanding the charges against him and assisting in his own defense. while saying both experts that examined neunaber diagnosed him with a mental illness... judge steven (on - dray - uh - son) andreasen said it doesn't reach the threshold of being "incompetent." prosecutors can now move ahead with a trial... but no date has been set yet. 3 the nebraska supreme court has rejected a second appeal from the man convicted twice of a murder in norfolk back in 20 - 10.(duh - are - iss) de'aris trice was first convicted in 20 - 13 for stabbing and killing a man at a home in norfolk... but won a new trial from the state supreme court because of issues with instructions given to the jury.at that new trial in 20 - 14... trice was found
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to a minimum of 40 - years in prison.he says the court was wrong in letting transcripts of witness statements into evidence... and the sentence he got was excessive. the susueme court says there is *no* evidence the trial court acted wrongly. 3 iowa's governor is asking the legislature and courts to come up with a more fair justice system for juveniles and minorities.governor terry branstad wants a couple of changes. *major* offenses committed by juveniles would still be a matter of public record. but it would be up to the judge to decide whether information on *minor* offenses would be made public. 3 "and then the problem is once you get labeled a delinquent, then you have a criminal records. it's difficult to get into college, it's difficult to rent an apartment, it's difficult to get into the service, and that haunts them the rest 3 of their life."the racial disparity in iowa's corrections system is
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nation. blacks make up about 3 percent of the state's population... but about 17 percent of the corrections system. 3 "and the courts are working on this too make sure we have diversity in the jury pools, so that when we have a trial and we have a minority person that they are truly being tried by their peers."branstad says he meets every few months with the leadership of the n - double - a - c - p to try and f f problems facing norities in iowa. female president. (psy - ing - wen) will lead her opposition democratic progressive party into office... after 8 years of the pro - china nationalist party. china is already warning of what it calls "grave challelees" reporter kristie lu stout has the story. 3 stella han works in shanghai as a consultant.but she flew back to taiwan just to cast her ballot for change.(stella han, taiwanese voter) " i am already working in shanghai
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is important for taiwan and i still want to feel connected to taiwan."she is one of scores of taiwan citizens who have returned home for the on this woman.a landslide victory for tsai ing-wen, of the opposition "democratic progressive party" or d-p-p. she is known as "dr. tsai" after completing a phd at the london school of economics.dr. tsai is staring down an array of challenges:a stagnating economy...and an uphill battle to find a way to work with china, while asserting taiwan's own identity.many voters were angered by this viral video... a taiwan pop star forced to bow and apologize after waving the taiwan flag at a recent performance.(hung-wei lee, 26 year old male voter, dpp supporter) "because the election is very important for taiwanese -- we want to come close to china or we want to be taiwanese. i want to be a taiwanese. that's the reason why i voted dpp for the
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cnn correspondent) "i talked to many voters today and they say they have the right to say theyeyre taiwanese and to wave the taiwan f fg. how do you plan to assert taiwan's identity on the world stage? (dr. tsai, taiwan president) this incident serves us a reminder to me that the most important thing for taiwan is the unity and strength us only through strength we can gain more respect and protect our people and our democratic way of life."a "taiwan-first" sentiment has fueled a rising youth movement.the "third force" parties had a strong showing at the parliamentary polls.they are led by, among others....huang guo chang, an activist who stormed and occupied the parliament building in 2014...and death metal rocker freddy lim. colorful candidates in a boisterous election that's in sharp contrast to the one-party state next door. taiwan is a vibrant democracy. and it's a young one. 2016 marks 20 years since taiwan elected its first president. after casting her vote, stella han flies back to shanghai on sunday.she says it was well
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3 k - f - c is whipping up some chicken with a little more kick...it's called "nashville hot chicken." k - f - c rolls s out the new item today. it pays homage to a popular local specialty in nashville.the kentucky - based fast - food chain will offer the spicy chicken at all of its more than 4 - thousand stores in the u - s. hot chicken is traditionally rubbed with a cayenne pepper paste... fried... and served with p pkles.z 3 3 3 there's a new revolution going on in havana right now. this one is about tourism.
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cuba... but is cuba ready for us? we'll show you what some of the concerns are *before* tourists go back to the island. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 "weather on the ones, brought credit union" 3 wind chill advisories for most effect until this morning. make sure to bundle up! we haveve small warm up in store for totoy with a high near 1 1 degrees and partly cloudy skies.another chance for snow will move in late tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and weekend looks to warm up with temperatures freezing mark another chance for snow comes in on sunday.the snow chances in stone, so stay tuned for
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3 president obama called on congress last week to lift the decades - old trade embargo on cuba. u - s - cuban relations have awed and tourism has increased... but it's still not clear when americans will be able to travel freely to the nation that was historically off limits. as c - b - s news correspondent ben tracy shshs us... as traveling restrictions e let up... cuba might not be ready to accommodate the onslaught of
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3 (nats) street music (narr 1) the streets of havana have 3 always had their own rhythmit's the flow that's changed now that they are teeming with tourists. (nats: music) (50:15 old man looking down on street) and when cubans look out their windowsthe faces they see are increasingly american. (sot 52:06 bette cohen) i think most americans are very interested in coming here (narr 2) bette and john cohen came with a tour group coordinated by boston's museum of fine arts.to see havana's art and architecture. (sot 53:27 john cohen) and we bring back to boston 'wow you guys have to go look at thisthis is very much not to be missed.' (cover last part of bite with 46:50 women dressed up on street) (sot 41:12) it's been the islandthe forbidden fruit (narr 3) we met janet moore outside havana's stately cathedral. she runs a travel company that has been bringing americans here for nearly 20 years. ironically its americans worried about changes on this very un- american island. (mural of che and revolution) (sot 44:38) i don't know what will happen
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mcdonalds comes//45:02) bt: are you hearing from americans that they want to come here before it changes? yes, i hear that 20 times a day//'i want to go to cuba now!'// (narr 4) (grx in) cuba is just 90 miles off the florida coast. in 2014 91,000 americans traveled here. last year thatatjumped 60% to 150,000. and if travel restrictions areventually liftedas many as 1.5 million americans are expected to land in cuba each year. (grx out). (sources: reuters, marriott) - (sot 42:22 ben & janet) is cuba ready for this many tourists? no they are not ready. they are absolutely not ready//if you came to me and said janet i need a hotel room tonight i'd have to say i cannot get you one. there is not a hotel room to be had tonight in this city. (narr 5) pricic at many hotels have doubled to more than 300 dollars per night. the city is rushing to build enough supply to meet the new demand. (sot 32:07 tour gde) a very important vessel that was constructed in havana (narr 6) there is also a lack of trained tour guides and not nearly enough places to eat. the few private restaurants in the cityonly recently allowed by the governmentcan be fully booked months in advance. (standup ben tracy/havana) but for americansjust getting here is ill the biggest obstacle. if all you want is to see classic cars, hit the beach and drink daiquiris by the poolwell that's still not
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it is easier than ever to come here on so called people to people trips, but you better be prepared to learn something and to meet some actual cubans. (nats from plane) ladies and gentleman welcome to the city of havana international airport (nana 7) plane loads of americans arrive nearly every day on charter flights...touris ts empty by the bus lo into neighborhoods such as santo suarez. this group is touring the street art that has transformed the once gritty sidewalks and life for the cubans that call it home. (show the kids on bike/girl on steel riser) (nats) band playing (narr 8) and then the music startsat first the americans sit politely or record it for their facebook post (nats) but then the hands start to move and then the feet. this is what you call cultural immersion. (everybody dancing). and look closelythat drumset is made from a recycled bike parts. it's the same ingenuity that keeps 60 year old cars running in the streets and the same spirit that will be needed to solve the biggest problem brought on by cuba's tourist revolution. (sot 44:50 janet) they need the dollars. they need the jobs that tourism will provide. but how do you preserve what makes cuba cuba and allow tourism to grow?> ben live tag: a rising class of cuban business owners is banking on tourism growing. one restaurant owner told me he serves 300 people every day and 250 of them are americanshe is booked 7 days a weekweeks in advance. us airlines are now allowed to fly directly to cuba and plan to start doing so this year.
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3 mick jagger's new drama series... vinyl..... made its debut in new york. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break. 3
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meteorologist cat taylor"3 3 wind chill advisories for most effect until this morning. make sure to bundle up! we have a small warm up in store for today with a high near 12 dedeees and partly cloudy skies.another chance for snow will move in late tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with temperatures near the freezing mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in on sunday.the snow chances in this forecast are not set in stone, so stay tuned for updates with these evolving systems.
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3 mick jagger's new series "vinyl" premieres in new york... a karate chopping panda comes back to the big screen... and the big winner at the critic's choice awards. suzanne marquez has your eye on entertainment. 3 chyrons (times provided for editorial guidance)::32-:37 -"kung fu panda 3"/20th century fox:45-:50-"vinyl"/hbo :57-1:10-mick jagger/executive producertrt: 1:18pkg script: ---------------------------the critics' choice awards were handed out in los angeles last night."spotlight" was named best picicre. (vo)mad max; fury road" t tk home 9 awards including best action movie and director of the year, actress amy schumer received the critics' choice mvp award. ///(-red carpet)angelina jolie, jack black and kate hudson hit the red carpet for the hollywood premiere o "kung fu panda 3."(vo-movie clip)the animated martial arts comedy arrives in theaters january 29th. /// (vo-red carpet)and, the stars of the new hbo series "vinyl" turned out for the new york premiere. (vo-movie clip)actor bobby cannavale stars as richie
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executive consumed by sex, drugs and rock and roll. executive producernd rolling says the idea for this project came to him 20 years ago. (sot mick jagger, executive a really fascinating period for new york. it's very rough and ready, there were no boundaries or barriers so that was a good place to start."(vo) "vinyl" debuts in february. and, that's your eye on entertainment. sm, cbs news, los angeles. 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... flyers from sioux city will have another
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you like to go to get away?3 3 3 still to come this morning... after five months of wawaing... panda lovers finally got to see (bay - bay) bei bei the baby panda up close and in person saturday. we'll show you the crowds inside the national zoo.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the
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keepept right here o o o3 3 siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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cat taylor.3 3 wind chill advisories for most of siouxland are still in effect until this morning. make sure to bundle up! we have a small warm up in store for today with a high near 12 degrees and partly cloudy skies.another chance for snow will move i ilate tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enough moisture available. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with temperatures near the freezing mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in on sunday.the snow chances in this forecast are not set in stone, s sstay tuned for updates with these
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3 after five months of waiting... panda lovers finally got to see (bay - bay) bei bei the baby panda up close d in person saturday. reporter jim axelrod d s more on the national zoo's newest panda cub. 3 (axelrod + panda + banerji v1) (nats: 11:55:36) "welcome! woo hoo!" (claps)(narr 1)five months after he was born the wait was finally over... (12:01:20) "he's really cute..."and panda lovers got to see the washington zoo's newest cub bei bei live for the first time...(15:02:50 hrem29 mom with kid) "he's little, isn't he?"(15:02:27 hrem29) "where's the face? it's just a fluffball!!" laughs...(narr 2)the black and white fluffy bear has grown dramatically... since he arrived in late august and is now more than 20 pounds.(nats: 11:56:00) "i thought it's gonna be smaller..." (11:53:35 bae bae struggles to climb up a box) already a heavyweight however.. when it comes to pleasing the crowds.. (nats: crowd cheers yayyy!!) panda-lovers have been watching bae bae grow .. via to the zoo's panda-cam... from birth... (nats: exam) to his first exam... and to those first wobbly steps. (narr 3) but the idea of being one of the first to see bei-bei face to face made for long lines this morning. (15:11:54 hrem29) "i have had this day on my calendar for several months now.."and no one at the panda house went away disappointed.(12;18;23;18 hrem02) "i'm so excited b: i might cry." (narr 4)(video of mom playing with bei bei and
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but for every panda lover who left it seemed two more joined the line to catch a glimpse of washington's new "precious treasure"..(sot 12;05;57;27 dad with baby) "within the first year, we got to see the pope and we got to see the panda!"(tag: endangered fact tbd) 3 new jersey governor chris christie was in sioux city yesterday for a town hall meeting.he talked d a packed buffalo alice restaurant and bar... downtown. christie started off talking about his political experience as governor of new jersey... then took questions from the audience on a few different things like what to do with
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changing legislation to put less violent drug offenders in jail instead putting them into rehabilitation facilities. 3 "this is way iowa and new hampshire are so great, because you all show up. and you listen. and you ask really good questions. and your minds are open, and then you are going to decide. every pollster and pundit who thinks they have you figured out just isn't right, you've surprised a lot of people before."3 during his stop... christie also talked about how to deal with mental health issues in the united states. 3 and another republican presidential candidate was in sioux city yesterday... too. doctor ben carson talked at sunnybrook community church. the visit was spur of the momentntnd pretet unexpected for a lot of pepele. carson knew w he'd be in town on a sunday... and asked to go to a service at sunnybrook. the republican candidate also took time to take pictures with congregation members after the
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3 there was a memorial service saturday for 45 - year - old joseph g. lemm... who was killed by a suicide bomber while serving overseas in afghanistan last month.lemm and a few other special agents were on patrol during an investigatiowhen a bomber drove a motorcycle into them and set off a bomb. he died on december 21st. lemm was born on august 12th 1970 in dubuque iowa. he went to beemer high school in beemer nebraska where he was an excellent student... he played basketball... football... and track. saturday afternoon dozens of people were at his memorial service... like nebraska governor pete ricketts... state senator lydia brasch... and congressman jeff fortenberry. 3 "he loved the people so much, and i'd just like to thank everybody, our governor, the senators, the congress people, all of our military, everyone,
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and sharing with us. thank you."the 45 - year - old was a member of the new york city police department for 16 years... he was a member of the new york air national guard... too. 3 "events like this are important, for the families to say goodbye to their loved ones, for us as a community to be here for those families who have lost their loved ones. and also for us as a state and a nations to be inspired by people like joe lemm, who have been such great american heroes, who sacrifice their lives for our freedoms."governor rickets has officially proclaimed january 16th 20 - 16 as joseph lemm day in honor of his survice to our county. . lemm is survived by his wife christine... daughter brook... and son ryan. 3 the sioux city camera club held its siouxland images presentation yesterday afternoon.this was at the lewis and clark encounter center. a gallery has been set up for the sioux city camera club... it's been
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now. the exhibit features 34 pictures showing unique landmarks and the characteristics of sioux city. 3 flying in and out of sioux city will be getting a little bit easier. american airlines is adding a flight to dallas - fort worth this spring.the new service will start may 5th. there will be a daily flight that leaves dallas at 12 - 20 in the afternoon. that flight will then leave sioux city for dallas - fort worth at 3 - 15. the 50 seat jet will be operated by "american eagle"... the same company that gives daily service between sioux city and chicago now. 3 "it's a great lling the mama theme e today is the air service in sioux city just got better today. and the whole region won... not just sioux city."dallas - fort worth provides a connecting hub for travelers going to more than 200 cities in more than 25 countries. 3 "with this new service our customers in sioux city will have direct access two of america's busiest hubs. and access an easy one stop access
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across europe, asia, and latin america."tickets can be bought now by visiting the websites of american airlines or the sioux gateway airport. 3 3 people in siouxland rely on home care year round... and that need doesn't stop when the weather gets bad. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you how mercy home care prepares to deal with the elements. 3 3 "you're watching 3 siouxland news at sunrise,
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cat taylor"3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 wind chill advisories for most of siouxland are still in effect until this morning. make sure to bundle up! we have a small warm up in store for today with a high near 12 degrees and partly cloudy skies.another chance for snow will move in late tonight through tuesday. expect 2 to 4" of light fluffy snow.there is yet another chance for light snow late wednesday night into thursday morning on if there is enoughghoisture ailable. this can and probably will change.the weekend looks to warm up with temperatures near the freezing mark with partly cloudy skies until another chance for snow comes in the snow chances in this forecast are not set in stone, so stay tuned for
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3 3 a new study finds (tonsil - ect - om - ees) tonsillectomies can improve the quality of life for adults who suffer from frequent sore throats. german researchers tracked more than one hundred adults who had their tonsils removed and found they had fewer sore throats... doctor visits... and work absences. 3 3 ads for e - cigarettes with flavors like chocolate and bubble gum are more likely to attract children than ads featuring non - flavored e - cigarettes. that's according to researchers in the unitit kingdom who tested almost 600 chchdren. right now there are no regulations keeping advertisers from pitching candy - flavored e - cigarettes in the states. 3 3 and texas researchers say challenging the brain can slow cognitive decline. during a 14 - week study... some older adults learned quilting and digital photography while others sat t ound and talklk. researchers found people who learned new skills improved their memory and ability to
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3 people in siouxland rely on home care year round... and that need doesn't stop when the weather gets bad. siouxland news reporter kayla novak shows us how mercy home care prepares to deal with the elements. 3 weather 3 conditions 3 might get bad, but mercy 3 home care patients still need assistance. "there is a whole list of medical reasons why we see these folks and they are counting on us even when the weather is threatening. so our clinitians do all they can to safely get there." home care nurses are placed within a 60 mile radius of mercy medical center to minimize risk and travel to their patients. before stroms, they will prepare their patients for
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possiblility of a day 3 without home care. "basically what our clinicians do is they prepare for our patients like they would prepare for their own families. not only with vehicles and with the salt, but also reminding them, you know, do you have your medications; do you have the supplies that you need? do you have enough food in the home? do you know how to contact people if you did have a problem? " the clinicians will also make sure each patient has enough food in their home and all their communication devices are charged.during storms, clinicians will wear yak-tracks for traction on the ice and salt walkways to the patients home. "many times they get there and they can't get to the door. they have been known to do shoveling and everything else to get to our patients. but the salt is really a nice safety factor because it not only protects our workers but it protects everyone that goes in and out of that home." with safety in mind, mercy home care makes sure their patients are cared for in all weather conditions. kayla novak siouxland news. 3 3
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virtual reality centers around gaming... but there are some other uses for the technology. we'll take a
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3 good morning, (downtown sioux city)... it's (six degrees below zero) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 companies are looking at ways to expand virtual reality beyond the video game.
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3 what if virtual reality could 3 take you inside a painting? i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. most of the hype around virtual reality centers around gaming -- but there are so many other possibilities for this medium that we are just begining to explore. the dali museum in st. petersburg florida blended virtual reality with art and willllake visitors on a trip inside the mind of salvador dali with its latest exhibit.
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00:36-01:39)3 the experience is called dreams of dali, and programmers brought to life the landscape of one of his earlier paintings, the archeological reminiscence of millet's angelus, from 1935. i put on an oculus rift headset to jump in, and began to explore these ancient monumental ruins in a moonlit landscape. but the designers of the also put other pieces of dali's work inside of the ruins, so visitors may have a few unexpected surprises.but in virtual reality, it all feels very close, giving it just the right amount of creepy feeling. you stararto feelelou're lost inside this warped dali world. but how d d you create something that dalili would approve? lead designer of the firm goodby silverstein and partners explains:"we think of dali was around today he would like vr... we wanted to represent twhat was in dali's head."it took the team about four months to create this vr experience, which you're expected to go through for about five minutes. it's on display as part of the new dali: architects of and collaborated on an animated short, called portion doesn't have work of disney in it, you can think of sorts. as the museum's executive explains, both experiences that were out of feeling just a l ltle vulenrable."i think that i i was wonderful that they went of disney d dali..."you don't have to travel to st. pete to check out the exhbit opens on january 23, it'll be availabe online at dreamsofdali.org, and you can see it in vr from home if you have google cardboard or samsung gear vr.that's it for this tech news update, but there's much more to explore i'll show you how businesses want you to go shopping in vr.
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