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3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 3 3 siouxland sing praise for the late doctor martin luther king junior. 3 they're a benchmark for politicians *and* pundits. but how accurate are those polls we're always talking about? 3 and it seems like we've been hearing about the iowa caucuses for months! we'll show you how you can be part of history february first.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 morning. 3 another chance for snow will
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expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy snow. winter weather advisories are posted for areas south of sioux city until 3 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week with a slight chance of light snow possible on thursday. 3 3 3 michigan governor rick snyder gives his state of the state speech today... as a lot of people there are angry over michigan's response to the water contamination crisis in flint. contamination the water response to michigan's are angry over people there as a lot of speech today... the state his state of snyder gives governor rick michigan 3 michigan governor rick snyder gives his state of the state speech today... as a lot of people there are angry over michigan's response to the water contamination crisis in flint. in 20 - 14... flint's water supply was
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state - appointed emergency manager switched the city's water source from detroit to the flint river to save money. c - b - s news correspondent don champion has the latest on the protests and calls for the governor to resign. 3 chyrons:colleen crossey/protes terelena richardson/flint residentwantwaz davis/flint city councilman(pkg) -nats- the flint water crisis will dominate michigan governor rick snyder's state of the state address today. monday, while the republican governor called the city's contaminated water 'a disaster...'-nats- dozens demonstrated outside his home calling for his resignation. many called his slow response to flint's water supply contaminated with lead, criminal.(sot colleen crossey/protester) he should have paid attention to the experts. he should have switched it back over to detroit water as soon as he knew of the contamination. -nats- national guard troops are now handing out bottled water to residents... -nats-knocking ...state troopers are also giving out lead tests and filters. (sot elena richardson/ resident) what happens after the water and filters go. we're still going to have the lead, we're
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we're still going to have the poison governor snyder says he plans to request once again that president obama declares flint a federal disaster area instead of just a state of emergency. (sot wantwaz davis/flint city councilman) the state of emergency only gives us a 5 million dollar cap//if they would have submitted for a disaster declaration we could have got the 96 million dollars or more the president already denied the request once before-- citing the situation in flint was man-made. don champion cbs news. 3 flint is getting its water from detroit again... and today the city's mayor karen weaver goes to washington to try and get a disaster declaration. attorneys representing the people of flint plan to announce two new class - action lawsuits today... targeting governor snyder. 3 it's been almost 50 years since his murder in memphis... but doctor martin luther king junior's impact is still being felt in america. yesterday... sioux city celebrated the civil rights leader's birth... and the work to continue his
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shine."3 second - grade students at morningside elementary school kicked off local celebrations with a concert dedicated to doctor king and the civil rights movement. yesterday morning's concert is part of a monthly concert series at the school... but it was special because of the theme of the music the kids performed. 3 "i hope that they learn that he was pivotal in our history and that they understand what his message was to people. so that it will give them a better understanding of acceptance and rights for everyone. "there was a second performance of that concert yesterday afternoon. 3 3 the city of sioux city's official observance of martin luther king junior day happened a few hours later at bishop heelan high school. during the ceremony council member rhonda (cape - ron) capron announced the day will become a city holiday starting next year for members of the
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there were cultural dancers and a mime. community members talked about their lives as bi - racial persons... students talked about what they're doing for others. mayor bob scott says observeing this day is important for remembering that everyone has rights and the ability to be something. 3 "so, i hope that they gain that we need to get along in this country something that seems to be lacking right now. but we need to get along and we need to understand each other and we need to work towards harmony. ." 3 "i pray for you, you pray for me, i need you to survive " 3 the mount zion baptist church on west 7th street celebrated doctor king's birthday... too. the sioux city chapter of the n - double - a - c - p highlighted the "celebrating local community" project... and the "sculpture park" project at the downtown transportation center that's
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want to tie in the local heroes and pioneers in the civil rights movement. 3 "we always look out for a nationally or globally for leaders and role models, and forget about our own history and here, right here in siouxland "flora lee says we need to look closer at the changes that have been made in the siouxland community... and the people who put their lives on the line to make those changes. 3 and students at morningside college were doing good works on martin luther king day. 3 as part of the martin luther king "week of service" students are part of projects to benefit the "support siouxland soldiers" organization. yesterday's project? tying blankets... hoping to make dozens for local veterans. 3 "the blanket tying is just a good project that we can offer for on campus where students can drop in, do a five, ten , minute or an hour or however much time they have available just to contribute back to our
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here."next... students will put together meal packs for veterans before of a "thanking siouxland soldiers" event friday. 3 this morning we know someone new is leading the sioux city mayor's youth comission.last night mayor bob scott swore in the new youth mayor (mad - e - lyn) madeline (ber - tram) bertram from bishop heelan and youth mayor pro tem (tay - vin) tayvin (sh - mall) schmoll from west high. first... though... he thanked last year's executive council for their service to the community. the new leaders are excited to get to work... and hope to get more local students involved in community service. 3 "well, the volunteering and the learning about different opportunities and helping the community is really important to come to the meetings and learn about. "after the first meeting of the year... the council immediately volunteered to pack handbags for the homeless. the handbags include soap... tooth brushes... and deoderant. the handbags will be handed out later this week. 3 a couple in california had twice the reason to throw a
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weekend.nicholas and rafaela ordaz were celebrating their 82nd wedding anniversary. the entire family was there to... from their kids to their great - great grandkids. nicholas ordaz also turned 102 years old friday.the couple have some advice about how to make a marriage last. they say the secret is in respect... affection... and not sweating the small stuff. the ordaz family is not too far from setting a record for the longest marriage ever recorded. 3 3 3 3 a winter weather advisory is in effect until 6pm tonight for southern counties in siouxland. details on your
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3 coming up... the plan to dismantle (e - ron)'s iran's nuclear weapons program is on after (e - ron) iran made good on its promise to disable key nuclear facilities we'll show you the next steps of the deal. 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 another chance for snow will move in early this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy snow. winter weather advisories are posted for areas south of sioux city until 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week with a slight chance of light snow possible on
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... today's national popcorn day. what are your favorite popcorn
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3 farmers can't grow enough kale...kenneth craig show us why in your c-b-s moneywatch. 3 the united states treasury secretary will head to puerto rico wednesday to discuss the us territory's public debt crisis. the island is 72 billion dollars in the red. puerto rico's governor is asking congress to change a law that will allow the territory to declare bankruptcy. /// u-s stock markets are back open 3 today after being closed for
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by falling oil prices. the dow dropped 390 points. the nasdaq lost 126////a new report projects that 3 robots could take over more than 5 million jobs over the next five years.the authors say more robots will replace laborers and there will be an increase in artificial intelligence and automated call centers.the report found office and administrative jobs are most at risk./// kale farmers say they're having a hard time keeping up with the increased demand for the leafy vegetable. growers say sales are up more than 30 percent, and some farmers are having a difficult time finding kale seeds to meet the demand. /// that's your moneywatch report. for more, log on to cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, i'm kenneth craig 3 3 along with a breakthrough prisoner exchange... this weekend we also saw the nuclear deal with (e - ron) iran get put into place. c - b - s news correspondent margaret brennan shows us what exactly (e - ron) iran had to give up... and how it'll affect relations with the united states. 3 (pkg:)(obama) "we have now cut off every single path that
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a bomb."president obama yesterday hailed the administration's nuclear deal with iran. it went it to effect over the weekend after iran made good ahead of schedule on its promise to disable key nuclear facilities. (gfx in) it transferred 25,000 pounds of atomic fueld to russia, mothballed 12 thousand centrifuges which can enrich uranium, and poured concrete into a plutonium reactor- rendering it useless. u-n weapons inspectors will now be on the ground watching whether iran cheats.in exchange, the white house lifted sanctions, allowing iran access to 100 billion dollars in assets. iranian businesses are no longer locked out of global markets,iran's ships are free to sail into foreign ports, and it can buy or sell goods like oil... (gfx out)today tehran issued an order to immediately pump 500,000 additional barrels of oil a day...a move that could further drive down its price in a market already glutted with too much supply.(obama upsot) : we recognize that there remain profound
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states and iran.but challenges remain. just last week, the iranian military detained ten navy sailors at gunpoint. iran is still considered a state-sponsor of terrorism. and last fall, it twice illegally tested ballistic missiles, which can carry nuclear warheads. just after the american prisoners were released sunday, president obama unveiled limited sanctions on iran because of those launches. (tag: the white house says the next test will be whether iran helps end the war in syria, a conflict it fuels with fighters and funds. at this point, there are no plans to reopen formal diplomatic relations with tehran and it is not clear what happens when president obama leaves office.) 3 3 after the break... glenn (fry) frey... guitarist and co - founder of the band "the eagles"... has died. we'll take a look at his role in one of the most popular
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3 here's a look at the forecast across the region. another
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next.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 another chance for snow will move in early this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy snow. winter weather advisories are posted for areas south of sioux city until 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week with a slight chance of light snow possible on thursday. 3 the co - founder of one of america's most popular 70s
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3 thursday.possible on 3 thursday. 3 the co - founder of one of america's most popular 70s bands has passed away. glenn (fry) frey from the eagles died at home in new york city of complications from rheumatoid arthritis... (ulcer - uh - tive) ulcerative (cole - eye - tis) colitis and (new - moan - e - uh) pheumonia. he was 67. reporter danielle nottingham takes a look back at his life and career. 3 pkg trt 1:58(handout video from the eagles) nats: it's another tequila sunrise.glenn frey formed the eagles in the early 1970s with his friend, drummer don henley.(handout video from the eagles) nats
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california"the eagles mixed country and melodic california sounds to become one of the most successful acts of the 70s with more than 150-million albums sold. "hotel california" along with their "greatest hits collection" became two of the best-selling albums of all time.(aptn) sot glenn frey/recording artist: "we enjoyed what we were doing. we were serious about our work. we were serious about our songs. and serious about where we wanted to take the band. but along the way, we really rocked and had a good time."(handout video from the eagles) nats..."theres a new kid in town"the guitarist and keyboard player, who grew up in the detroit area, met henley in los angeles when they both sang back up for linda ronstadt. (handout video from the eagles) nats you can't hide your lyin' eyes... the songwriting team of frey and henley penned a long string of hits through the decade. (handout video from the eagles) "take it easy..." but the strain of turning out hits and touring took a toll...and the eagles broke up in 1980.(aptn) sot: glenn frey: "there was always something standing in our way." (handout video from the eagles) "nats...the heat is
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the eagles disbanded, frey launched a successful solo career with hits like "the heat is on" and "you belong to the city."(ap photo, no excerpting) the eagles reunited in 1994. four years later the group was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame.(universal music enterprises - no excerpting) nats: "the shadow of a smile" frey released his final solo album in 2012....a collection of old standards. (handout video from the eagles (nats...you may never see me againpeaceful easy feeling...) the eagles were supposed to be honored at the kennedy center last month but that was postponed because an ailing frey couldn't attend.(ap photo - no excerpting) don henley said frey was the one who started it all, the spark plug and the man with the plan. danielle nottingham, cbs news. 3 eagles co - founder don henley said in a statement yesterday he and (fry) frey had a complicated friendship...
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him and he feels shock... disbelief... and sorrow. 3 we'll be right back. 3 a word to beauty junkies! if you thought all skincare was the same think again. 3 one size fits all over the counter products or kitchen remedies create little to no results. and many skincare issues are made worst by these low level treatments. professional skincare treatments and products can address specific concerns faster and with more efficacies. professionally prescribed products and treatments use scientifically engineered actives and concentrates to treat your specific skincare needs. when products are customized for your skincare concerns they can create amazing results and reverse aging of the skin. you could be just one product away from gorgeous skin. so don't settle for amateur outcomes, consult a professional skincare therapist today.with all the hype and advertisements about skincare, are you wondering what is best for your skin? at ave, our aestheticians are trained on medical-grade skincare, as well as medical-grade products. to find out what is best for your skin, set up
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medical laser spa.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
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taylor.3 3 another chance for snow will move in early this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy snow. winter weather advisories are posted for areas south of sioux city until 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week with a slight chance of light snow possible on thursday. 3 this morning... the president of the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences is promising changes... and quick. but... as c - b - s news correspondent don champion shows us... don champion correspondent as c - b - s news but... and quick. changes... promising and sciences is pictures arts of motion of the academy the president this morning... 3 thursday.3 3 this morning... the president of the academy of motion pictures arts and
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changes... and quick. but... as c - b - s news correspondent don champion shows us... it might not be enough to quiet calls for people to boycott the academy awards over its all - white acting nominees. 3 chyrons:cheryl broone isaacs/president, academy of motion picturesjada pinkett smith/actressalejandro gonzalez inarritu/director(pkg) (boone isaacs at mlk event monday night/kcbs) the president of the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences is promising more diversity. (sot cheryl broone isaacs/monday night) we're all disappointed. i mean last thursday was a bit of a shock. (mon0326 :55) cheryl boone isaacs, (mon0326 :33) wrote of this year's all-white acting nominees, (040110 pipe 1 statement gfx) "i am both heartbroken and frustrated about the lack of inclusion." her response comes amid calls for a boycott of this year's academy awards, (mon0326 :08) actress jada pinkett smith says she will sit out the ceremony. (sot mon0326 jada pinkett-smith/actress :16) "begging for acknowledgement or even asking 3 diminishes dignity" (-:23)
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director spike lee also plans to sit out. in november, he was given an honorary oscar at the governor's awards. (instagram pic) monday, in an instagram post, lee wrote (statement) "as i see it, the academy awards is not where the "real" battle is. it's in the executive office of the hollywood studios and tv and cable networks."(sot mon0326 1:06) nat awards oscar nominees are chosen by a 62- hundred member voting body. 93% of whom are white. 74 percent male. (aptn) director alejandro gonzalez inarritu spoke about the controversy in paris last night. (tue0008 12/22/15) his film, "the revenant" is nominated for best picture.(sot aptn alejandro gonzalez inarritu/director 1:50) "when we can't see ourselves in the cinema, there is something going wrong. so i think a lot of things has to be improved" (-:55) the academy says it's now taking dramatic steps to alter the makeup of its membership. don champion, cbs news. 3 police in norfolk are looking for the someone after a non - fatal shooting over the weekend.just after 3 o'clock sunday morning... officers responded to a reported shooting at a home on logan avenue. they found the what was left after what looked like a party... and witnesses there said someone they didn't know had come into
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shooting.doctors at faith regional health services then told police they'd treated a man who'd been shot in the foot.that backed up what witnesses had been saying. police *have* found the shotgun used in the attack... but haven't made any arrests yet. 3 3 and talking about guns... president obama's executive orders on gun *control* are what we'll be talking about for our next "your voice, your future" town hall meeting. we're calling it "guns in america."this one - hour round - table discussion will stream live on - line at siouxland news dot com. it'll also be broadcast over the air on our decades channel... that's 14 point 2.it'll happen today... tuesday... january 19th... from 6 until 7 o'clock tonight. 3 sioux city fire rescue still doesn't know what causeed a fire this weekend on sioux city's northside.the house in the 33 - hundred block of morgan street caught fire around 5 - 30 saturday night. no one was home at the time... but firefighters *did* rescue three dogs from the home's
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smoke and water damage... city officials have red - tagged the home. 3 3 a home in norfolk is being called a total loss after a fire sunday night.firefighters were called to a home in the 26 - hundred block of west benjamin avenue in norfolk just before 11 o'clock. fire and smoke was coming from the back of the two - story home.all the people inside got out before firefighters got there.it took crews an hour to get the fire under control... it was more difficult because of the frigid temperatures. investigators say an electrical short in the home's attic caused the fire. 3 3 and investigators in the central iowa town of boxholm think they knonowhat causeed a fire that killed a woman and her three children this weekend. the fire started saturday night... it took firefighters from 9 separate departments to put it out. the state fire marshal is still investigating... but the local fire chief says he thinks a space heater is what started the fire.
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away from the first - in - the nation caucuses in iowa. they happen february first. since it's been at least four years since anyone's taken part in the process... we have a refresher course on caucusing. 3 first...you've got to be a registered republican or democrat.you *can* register that night.just go to your polling place with a photo i - d and proof of where you live...a utility bill or bank statement will work.and you've got to be 18-years-old by election day...that's november 8th of this year.so if you're only 17 now, but will be 18 by then...you're good to go. you've got to be in that registration line or signed in by 7 o'clock that night. (kevin) "that's the most tedious thing, we want to get people through and get started by 7 pm."that's when the fun starts.the first thing that'll happen is the presidential preference poll.that's just what it sounds like...you'll pick the presidential candidate you support.and it really shows the candidates who you *don't* support.(rick) "the main function of the caucus is to tell you who can't win, who won't be able to put together the combination of supporters and issues and momentum that it takes to win the presidency." republicans and democrats do
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democrats have you stand in a group to show your support. (rick) "you will literally get up and go stand with the other folks that are supporting your candidate and campaign." republicans s ve sort of a ballot..(kevin) "we'll hand out pens with the ballot, you'll write out the last name of your candidate, and then just turn it in."the results will be figured up...then sent to your party's headquarters in des moines.but the night doesn't end after that.both democrats and republicans will elect members to the local committees and decide what issues...or "platform planks" will be brought to the county convention.that happens 3 later this year. 3 if you *are* going to go out on the first to caucus... you've also got to remember... republicans and democrats caucus at different places... and it might *not* be in the same place as your voting precinct... the place you normally go to vote. we've got the tools to help you find out where *you* caucusus. on our web site... at siouxland news dot comom.
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who you plan to support on february 1st... quite a few candidates are planning last - minute campaign stops in siouxland.the list includes former arkansas governor and 2008 iowa caucus winner mike huckabee. he'll be in northwest iowa wednesday and thursday this week... with stops in cherokee... sioux city... le mars... sioux center... rock valley... and sheldon. for a full list of where he'll be and when... check this story on our website... at siouxland news dot com. 3 it's been part of their mission for almost two years. now... for astronauts aboard the international space station... it's blooming.astronaut scott kelly tweeted a picture of what he says is the first - ever flower grown in space. the space garden debutut of t t zinnia flower follows a few failed growth cycles. a nasa blog was written about kelly's effort to bring them back to life after mold started growing on some of the leaves. 3 plants have been grown in space before. in 20 - 14... space station crew members started a veggie plant system.
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lettuce. scientists say this new breakthrough gives us a bebeer understanding of how to grow plants in microgravity. 3 3 3 3 the gitchie manitou murders happened in lyon county back in the '70s. now a book is going deeper into what happened 43 years ago. we'll take a look in "talk of the town"... next. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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county back in 1973. that's what i'm talkiki about with the book's authors... phil and sandy hamman... here on "talk of the town" this morning.good morning! 3 jake and a guest or group of
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3 thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment...or want to find out any more information...you can find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... 3 3 we're making faces now... soso say the "stink eye" has entered the 20 - 16 presidential race. we'll show you what had bernie sanders making faces at sunday's debate. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 a winter weather advisory is in effect until 6pm tonight for southern counties in siouxland. details on your forecast are coming up next. 3 good morning, (city)... it's
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good morning, 3 (yankton)... it's (10 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (lews & clark specialty hospital) camera. 3 it's the "evil eye" seen across the nation. senator bernie sanders gave hillary clinton quite the angry look during this weekend's democratic presidential debate. but as c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos shows us... sanders is a man of many facial expressions. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- you can't deny it, bernie... (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"to get
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passed."your reactions 3 to hillary 3 were written all over your face. in your headshaking, in
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making faces."he made the one that went viral while clinton was accusing sanders of dissing president obama... (hillary clinton/(d) 3 presidential candidate) "senator sanders called him weak, disappointing."it was variously described as the evil eye, side eye, the stink eye.("seinfeld")"i see this guy over at the pizza box is giving me the stink eye." someone tweeted that sanders "is like your grandpa who yells and makes funny faces at the dinner table." at one point he exhaled like a horse. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"he voted for what we call the charleston loophole (blows out)."blowback to the infamous al gore sigh.(gore and bush) "(sigh) that's what a governor gets to do. there's differences (sigh)."(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)"but you know who sanders' faces reminded people of ... and bernie, you're probably not gonna like this."bernie sanders is channeling his inner donald trump with those faces" tweeted one progressive. (jeb bush/(r) presidenenal candidate)"he gets his foreign policy experience from the shows."though the donald is more dismissive. and more explosive.(jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate)"bu he's a chaos candidate."the diehard capitalist and the democratic socialist share the wealth when it comes to facial expressions.(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)"but when cnn fact checked what hillary was saying while bernie was making all those faces, it turned out what hillary was saying was judged to be mostly true." (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"he voted to let guns go onto amtrak. guns go into national
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didi't stop hillary detractors from enjoying the sweet smell of stink eye...."exactly bernie...we feel this same way when hillary speaks."jeanne moos c-n-n new york.3 3 eather on the ones brought to you by window world"3 3 another chance for snow will move in early this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy snow. winter weather advisories are posted for areas south of sioux city until 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of
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of light snow possible on thursday. 3 3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...no hot dog here... firefighters crawled on the ice to save a puppy that fell through a frozen lake. the six - month - old german shepherd was holding on to the edge of the lake by its front paws.at one point the dog tried to swim away... and even bit one of the firefighters. they eventually used a sled to get
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3 3 coming up this morning... the cemters for disease control says one in five kids has been bullied at school in the past 12 months... but we'll show you how one group of kids is fighting back.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.keep it right here on siouxland news at sunrise.
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3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 michigan governor rick snyder gives his state of the state speech today... with a lot of people angry over how the state's been handling the water contamination crisis in the city of flint. hundreds of demonstrators came together outside the governor's house monday... calling for his arrest and resignation.
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who live in flint plan to announce two new class - action lawsuits today... targeting governor snyder.two weeks to the iowa caucuses... and the battle for the white house is gettin' intense. campaigning in south carolina monday hillary clinton keeps presenting herself as president obama's heir... while bernie sanders stuck to the issues at an event in alabama. on the republican side... donald trump talked to (e - van - gel - ick - uhl) evangelical voters in virginia... as his top rival ted cruz accused him of not being a trustworthy conservative.and... there are calls to boycott the oscars next month. actress jada pinkett - smith and director spike lee are among those who won't be there... after learning that for the second consecutive year... the academy didn't nominate a single performance by a black actor. late monday... academy president cheryl boone isaacs issued a statement saying she is "heartbroken and frustrated" over the lack of
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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 charlie rose. coming up, country music outlaw hank williams, jr.his new album and his new perspective on life.that's coming up on cbs this morning 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 another chance for snow will move in early this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy snow. winter weather advisories are posted for
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ou3 trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week wita slight chance of light snow possible on thursday. 3 3 3 the centers for disease control says one in five kids has been bullied at school in the past 12 months... nearly that many report bullying online... some high school kids say the only way to fight bullying and win is by starting a conversation. they talked to special
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this family 4 - 1 - 1 report. 33 ((package))runs==outcue=sig (stations add sig)font: felicity seibt/high school senior :00-:09font: noah cullen/high school senior :10-:19font: emily himonidis/drama director :31- :38font: sheila gray @sheilagraytv 1:14-1:25font: matt schutte/high school senior 1:26-1:31 ((package)) 18:46:18 felicity - it was just a lot from a lot of different people. it ranged from insults to go kill yourself.18:50:02 noah - i was always the kid that wanted to be in the cool kid group. i changed so much to fit it. talking about bullying isn't easy for noah and felicity. their high school play brought out a lot of feelings for them. 57:30 nats- all i could think about was that girl's face. 2:55 emily - it takes a lot of guts to go on stage and be vulnerable and put yourself out there in very serious moments. the play is the bullying collection- real life stories from several playwrights. these young actors have their own real life stories.18:47:43 felicity - i watched her sit in her bedroom and cry for hours. it is one of the most heartbreaking things you can go through it's why this group of drama students told their teacher, they needed to do it.49:44 noah - because it spoke to us in more than one
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projection, energy some scenes are funny. others are all too real.56:47 nats - we were all silent, waiting for footsteps and more pops.super sheila gray one student actor told me she has sat in class and planned how to escape. they all admitted being guilty of standing by and doing nothing to stop bullying. the play's taught them, they need to take a more active approach.18:40:27 matt - it happens in a lot of places, and it can be stopped. the issue hits home for their teacher too. she was surprised when some of the students told her they'd experienced the trauma of bullying themselves.19:03:52 emily - it just really shocked me. some kids put up a really good front. the kid that you think wow, they really have it all together. sometimes that kid is hurting the most. even though the play's behind them, the kids are wearing bracelets with the play's message - hoping to take it beyond the stage.18:43:10 matt - to start a conversation is the point of this play (cut) to give a voice. that's why we were on the stage.19:05:09 emily - i do think that every school needs to start a conversation, whether through fine arts or through counselors 59:29 nats- i'm sorry you made it your missing to make sure i was never one of you.18:41:41 matt - what i got from this play is that every action you make, every word you speak has an affect on someone. these teens say they'll carry on the message - in their own
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victims, the message won't come too late.sig 3 it's been almost 50 years since his murder in memphis... but doctor martin luther king junior's impact is still being felt in america. yesterday... sioux city celebrated the civil rights leader's birth... and the work to continue his
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shine.e.3 second - grade students at morningside elementary school kicked off local celebrations with a concert dedicated to doctor king and the civil rights movement. yesterday morning's concert is part of a monthly concert series at the school... but it was speciaiabecause of the theme of the music the kids performed. 3 "so, i hope that they gain that we need to get along in this country something that seems to be lacking right now. but we need to get along and we need to understand each other and we need to work towards harmony. ." 3 3 the city of sioux city's official observance of martin luther kingngunior day happened a few hours later at bishop heelan high school. during the ceremony council member rhonda (cape - ron) capron announced the day will become a city holiday starting next year for members of the city's largest workers union. there were cultural dancers
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members talked about their lives as bi - racial persons... students talked about at they're doing for hers. mayor bob scott says observeing this day is important for remembering that everyone has rights and the ability to be something. 3 "so, i hope that they gain that we need to get along in this country something that seems to be lacking right now. but we need to get along and we need to understand each other and we need to work towards harmony. ." 3 "i pray for you, you pray for me, i need you to survive "3 3 the mount zion baptist church on west 7th street celebrated doctor king's birthday... too. the sioux city chapter of the n - double - a - c - p highlighted the "celebrating local community" project... and the "sculpture park" project at the downtown transportation center that's named for doctor king. they want to tie in the local heroes and pioneers in the
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3 "we always 3 look out for a nationally or globally for leaders and role models, and forget about our own history and here, right here in siouxland "flora lee says we need to look closer at the changes that have been made in the siouxland community... and the people who put their lives on the line to make those changes. 3 and students at morningside college were doioi good works on martin luther king day. 3 as part of the martin luther king "week of service" students are part of projects to benefit the "support siouxland soldiers" organization. yesterday's project? tying blankets... hoping to make dozens for local veterans. 3 "the blanket tying is just a good project that we can offer for on campus where students can drop in, do a five, ten , 3 minute or an hour or however much time they have available just to contribute back to our local society here."next... students will put together meal packs for veterans before of a "thanking siouxland soldiers" event friday.
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mayor's youth comission.last night mayor bob scott swore in the new youth (ber - trara bertram from bishop heelan and youth mayor pro tem (tay - vin) tayvin (sh - mall) schmoll from west high. first... though... he thanked last year's executive council for their service to the community. the new leaders are excited to get to work... and hope to get more local students involved in community service. 3 "well, the volunteering and the learning about different opportunities and helping the community is really come to the meetetgs and learn about. "after the first meeting of the year... the council immediately volunteered to pack handbags for the homeless. the handbags include soap... tooth brushes... and deoderant. the handbags will be handed out later this week. 3 polls have been used in politics since the early part of the 20th century... and lately it seems like we're relying on them more and more. but how accurate are they? our national correspondent kristine frazao has the answer.
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favorite for one presidential candidatetrump:"they did the poll and i'm leading in the hispanic vote. i'm 20 points up, i'm way up/this is a cnn poll that just came in. who's the best at terrorism? trump right at the top."trump has indeed been at the top of polls for months now.but will that translate at the ballot box?distinguished professor of american history allan lichtman worries about polls accuracy.sot allan lichtman "lots of people don't want to talk to pollsters- they hang up on them so you're not necessarily getting a proper sample and it's very very difficult to know who is actually going to vote." technology has also .changed the polling process"lots of folks including old people like me don't have landlines, they only have cell phones." as of 2013 that number was 41 percent.((source:national center for health statistics.)) which means far fewer people to call to survey. stand-up"and yet the significance of polls has vastly grown - determining where candidates stand on the stage and one bad poll could send them from the main event to the undercard debate."the pew research center has decided to change its strategy - calling 75 percent of cellphones for *its* polls in 2016courtney kennedy/pew research center"it's much
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adults, to reach african americans, hispanics and so the profile, the demographic profile of our samples looks more like the actual population than it did." courtney kennedy says despite the decline in participation, the benefits of polls outweigh the limitations"they're a check on people for making claims about what americans think that may or may not be true and they give people a voice that often otherwise don't have one."voices that will be loudest when the ballots are cast.in washington i'm kristine frazao 3 reporting. 3 space - x's latest try to land a rocket upright on a platform in the pacific ocean failed in a very big way sunday.the unmanned rocket successfully carried a satellite into orort... but then failed its secondary
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floating platform. it came down softly on the platform... called a "drone - ship",.. but then tipped over and exploded on impact. space - x c - e - o elon musk posted this video on instagram showing the botched landing.the company sasa one ofofhe legs didn't latch on to the platform. 3 musk says ice buildup from condensation from heavy fog at lift - off might be to blame. it was musk's fourth try to safely land a space - x rocket at sea. 3 3 3 3 the south sioux city girls have their sights set on a river cities conference tournament crown. see how they did against ralston. chris neyenhouse is next with
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heller and 3 meteorologist cat taylor" 3 3 "weathth on the ones, broughgh to you b bsiouxland federal credit unionon 3 another chance for snow will move in early this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy snow. winter weather advisories are posted for areas south of sioux city until 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week with a slight chance
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3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning. what's up moose? 3 3 moose? what's up 3
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3 sports with sports director chris neyenhouse.good morning siouxland, here's a look at your morning sports.south sioux city is up from 5th to 4th in the latest nebraska preps girls basketball poll. the 12-1 lady cardinals are also the number one seed in the river cities conference tournament that began tonight. they hosted ralston the 8 seed. fun fact ralston assistant walker is a south sioux native! and by the way south sioux loves them some kmeg! 1) my buddy john horner over there he loves hugs! augusta
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over a thousand in hererareer here's two more.2) then n f the steal by the cardinals haley fritza she finds mckenna simms and then carissa powell scores. ssc up 41-23 in the third quarter.3) now check this out. off the offensive board kori fisher is going to drive down low. that extends the cardinal lead. 4) and this is one of the reasons south sioux city wins a lot. you see even when they miss, they make it! look at that! perfect timing for taryn christiansen on the putback.the lady cadinals cruise in this one. 77-37.east and west locking up in their cross-town rivalry game! sweet national anthem from the chorus!1) to start the scoring madison jensen and rachel knutson-kobold work the give and go that ends in a jensen jumper.2) later in the quarter it's 8-0 wolverines katie blatchford making moves. she drives all the way to the bucket! just like that it's 10- zip.3) it was 12-0 when east finally ended the drought. this is grace hildahl with the putback. 12-2.4) but it was a wolverine kinda day. on the ensuing posession blatchford drops it down low for hannah ocallahan for the hoop and the harm. she would make the free throw.west wins big 72-28.more cross-town rivalry action as north welcomed bishop heelan. 1) starting off at the first quarter, bishop heelen is up 6 to 2. lexie stolen is open for the 3 and she drains it making it 9 to 2.2) few plays later breonia farris jumps for the ball and makes the ?fade away? 11 to 4 heelen.3) next play, stolen drives in, shots the jump shot and gets fouled. she would miss the free throw4) minutes later, kierrah llanos passes it to rhea greer and she makes the tri-fecta. heelen up 16 to 6.5) 2nd quarter now, jayda graham- peterson steals it and goes all the way for the layup and 1. she would make it a 3 point play. 16 to 9 bishop heelen. they win is 55-52.woodbury central and gehlen catholic getting together in le mars.1. woodbury central gets on the board first.. halle gray drives down the court.. keeps it herself.. wildcats up two to nothing.2. later in the first.. woodbury central on the break.. payge ronfeldt with the jumper.. wildcats up seven to nothing.3. gehlen would trail eleven to nothing before finally getting on the board off this inbounds play to jolee linden who hits the three.. wildcats up eleven to three.4. move ahead to the second quarter.. it was woodbury central's night.. kelsey smith all by herself under the basket.. she makes it and gets fouled.. she'd
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in the second quarter.. woodbury central on the break again.. sidney steffen with the beautiful spin move and shot.. wildcats up twenty-nine to seven and they cruise to the easy eighty-two to thirty- seven win over gehlen catholic. woodbury central boys going for their second straight win playing at 4-7 gehlen.1. woodbury central gets on the board first.. clay baldwin with the drive and the dish to austin rapp for the layup.. wildcats up two to nothing.2. moments later.. gehlen's alec langel withs the three.. jays up three to two.3. move ahead to the s sond quarter..gehle n's cole wiltgen with the drive in traffic.. gets fouled.. he misses the free throw.. gehlen up nineteen to fourteen.4. moments later.. woodbury central's brent bormann on the break and the layup.. gehlen up nineteen to sixteen.5. towards the end of the first half.. woodbury central's tyler walker with the drive and the circus shot.. woodbury central would lead twenty-nine to wenty- seven at the half and..they go on to win 65-50number 19 iowa state welcoming new number one oklahoma to ames tonight. and what a game!1) first half now abdel nader drives and scores. he had 20 points in this one.hilton coliseum was rocking!2) and then nader passes up the three and lets matt thomas take the shot! good decision! thomas had 12! 3) this game was back and forth. george niang lays it in. two of his team high 22 points! 4) and niang started to feel it! he was 4 for 7 from downtown including that shot right there! iowa state hada six point lead at the half. it was 41-35 then,5) and then more from niang. he didn't score early in this one but he came on strong midway through the 1st half.the cyclones made their free throws down the stretch! isu knocks off a number one team of their own! 82-77 the final! in more boys basketll action remsen saint mary's defeats river valley 66-33.that's it for your morning sportscast.be sure to join us for sports at 5 and 10.have a good morning, back to you jake.
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3 two comedy 3 legends are getting a new movie. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break.
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continue into the weekend.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 another chance for snow will move in early this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy snow. winter weather advisories are posted for areas south of sioux city until 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week with a slight chance of light snow possible on thursday.
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3 ononof hollywood'd'most successful comedy teams is honored in a new motion picture... david bowie goes out on top... and a famous folk singer is arrested. suzanne marques has your eye on entertainment. 3 pkg trt: 1:21chyrons:0:14-0:31- "lazarus"/columbia records 0:31-0:51-"music box"/mgm 0:51-0:55-"philomena"/the weinstein company0:55- :058-"step brothers"/sony pictures home entertainment 1:09-1:21-"kung fu panda 3"/20th century fox(pkg script) (mug shot mon0148, file of mclean on aptn)singer songwriter don mclean is free on bail after his arrest for domestic assault. the "american pie" singer was arrested at his home in maine early monday morning. the 70 year old mclean is due in court next month.//(music video for "lazarus")david bowie's last album is also his first u-s chart-topper. "blackstar" deduted at number one on billboard's list. the album was released january eighth - bowie's 69th birthday... which was just two days before he died of cancer. //(clip of l&h film, youtube trailers for actors)laurel and
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comedy teams - will soon be 3 headed to a theater near you. bbc films is developing "stan and ollie," a biographical movie about the slapstick duo, who starred in more than 100 films and shorts from the 1920s through the early 1950s. 3 "philomena" coogan will play stan laurel, and john c. reilly will star as oliver hardy.//(flipped in from aptn) and fans cheered for the stars of "kung fu panda 3" at the film's premiere in china. jack black returns as "po" and kate hudson is the voice of new panda "mei mei." "kung fu panda 3" opens in the u.s. january 29th.that's your eye on entertainment. suzanne marques, cbs news, los angeles. 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... today's national popcorn day. what are your favorite popcorn toppings?3
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3 toppings?popcorn favorite what are your popcorn day. national today's national popcorn day. what are your favorite popcorn toppings? 3 3 stililto come this morning... british lawmakers hehe a tense three hour debate on donald trump. we'll show you why some want him banned from the country.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
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3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'i'jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 another chance for snow will move in early 3 this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy snow. winter weather advisories are posted for areas south of sioux city until 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week with a slight chance
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thursday.3 3 british lawmakers held a tense three e ur debate about whether or not presidential hopeful donald trump should be banned from the united kingdom because of what he has said about muslims. c - b - s' jonathan vigliotti has the story from london. 3 tulip siddiq/labour party member of parliament (:29-:33)33 jonathan vigliliti/london (:50-1:00)trt 1:29nana up......bate stop a divisive, corrosivivman (locator: london, england) tempers flared as members of parliament debated whether to ban donald trump from he proposed a ban of his own last month.(sot trump)donald j trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states...nat sot - debate to come more than half a million people across the uk signed an online petition accusing trump
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hate speech" -- and urging the government to keep the presidential contender out of the country.(sot - tulip siddiq/labour party member of parliament)his words are not comical, his words are not funny. his words are poisonous. (sot - no name avail)you're talking about a candidate for the presidency of the united states. isn't it up to the american people to decide whether his views are objectionable?nats....trump golf coursetruru has threatated to cancel over 1- billion dollars of planned investments in golf courses in scotland if he's banned. (standup bridge) (jonathan vigliotti/london)the heated discussion in the halls of parliament was more symbolic than anything . there was no official vote. but petitioners hope it will send a strong message across the pond that trump went too far.(sot - mp - no name avail)to have someone come to our shores who demonizes all of the muslim community would be fundamentally wrong.(sot - mp - no name avail)i want to see donald trump to come e our country. i want him to get a sense of the e ry and the frustration with his xenophobic remarks.prime minister david cameron called trump's proposal divisive, stupid and wrong - but said he should be allowed into the uk.
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3 britain's labour party leader said trump has "weird" views... but invited him to visit a london mosque. lawmakeralso debated a trump counter - petition which 40 - thousand people signed. it asks the government to "mind its own business." 3 police in norfolk are looking for the someone after a non - fatal shooting over the weekend.just after 3 o'clock sunday morning... officers responded to a reported shooting at a home on logan avenue. they found the what was left after what looked like a party... and witnesses there said someone they didn't know had come into the house and started shooting.doctors at faith regional health services then told police they'd treated a man who'd been shot in the foot.that backed up what witnesses had been saying. police *have* found the shotgun used in the attack... but haven't made any arrests yet. 3 3 and talking about guns... presesent obama's executive orders on gun *control* are what we'll be talking about
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future" town hall meeting. we're calling it "guns in america."this one - hour round - table discussion will stream live on - line at siouxland news dot com. it'll also be broadcast over the air on our decades channel... that's 14 point tuesday... january 19th... from 6 until 7 o'clock tonight. 3 sioux city fire rescue still doesn't know what causeed a city's northside.the house in the 33 - hundred block of morgan stre caught fire around 5 - 30 saturday night. no one was home at the time... but firefighters *did* rescue three dogs from the home's basement. because of severe smoke and water damage... city officials have red - tagged the home. 3 3 a home in norfolk is being called a total loss s after a fire sunday night.firefighters were called to a home in the 26 - hundred block of west benjamin avenue in norfolk just before 11 o'clock. fire and smoke was coming from the back of the two - story home.all the people inside got
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there.it took crews an hour to get the fire under control... it was more difficult because of the frigid temperatures. investigators say an electrical short in the home's attic causededhe fire. 3 3 and investigators in the central iowa town of boxholm think they know what causeed a fire that killed a woman and her three children this weekend. the fire started saturday night... it took firefighters from 9 separate departments to put it out. the state fire marshal is still investigating... but the local fire chief says he thinks a space heater is what started the fire. 3 we're a little under two weeks away from the first - in - the - nation caucuses in iowa. they happen february first. since it's been at least four years since anyone's taken part in the process... we have a refresher course on caucusing. 3 first...you've got to be a registered republican or democrat.you *can* register that night.just go to your polling place with a photo i - d and proof of where you live...a utility bill or bank statement will work.and you've got to be 18-years-old by
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8th of this year.so if you're only 17 now, but will be 18 by then...you're good to go. you've got to be in that registration line or signed in by 7 o'clock that night. (kevin) "that's the most tedious thing, we want to get people through and get started by 7 pm."that's when the fun starts.the first thing that'll happen is the presidential preference poll.that's just what it sounds like...you'll pick the presidential candidate you support.and it really shows the candidates who you *don't* pport.(rick) "the main function of the caucus is to tell you who cat win, who won't be able to put together the combination of supporters and issues and momentum that it takes to win the presidency." republicans and democrats do this a little bit differently. democrats have you stand in a group to show your support. (rick) "you will literally get up and go stand with the other folks that areresupportiti your candidide and campaign." republicans have sort of a ballot.(kevin) "we'll hand out pens withhe ballot, you'll write out the last name of your candidate, and then just
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be figured up...then sent to your party's headquarters in des moines.but the night doesn't end after that.both democrats and republicans will elect members to the local committees and decide what issues...or "platform planks" will be brought to the county convention.that happens later this year. 3 if you *are* going to go out on the first to caucus... you've also got to remember... republicans and democrats caucus at different places... and it might *not* be in the same place as your voting precinct... the place you normally go to vote. we've got the tools to help you find out where *you* caucus... on our web site... at siouxland news dot com. 3 and if you're still undecided who you plan to support on february 1st... quite a few ndidates are planning last - minute campaign stops in siouxland.the list includes former arkansas governor and 2008 iowa caucus winner mike huckabee. he'll be in northwest iowa wednesday and thursday this week... with stops in cherokee... sioux city... le mars... sioux center... rock valley... and sheldon. for a full list of where he'll be and
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our website... at siouxland news dot com.. 3 3 pregnant women are being advised to stay away from 14 caribbean countries. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you why the c - d - c issued this latest travel warning. 3 a warmer day is in the forecast, but expect 1-3
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stuff across the area.3 "first alert weather with memeorologist cat taylor" 3 another chance for snow will move in early this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy weather advisories are posted for areas south of sioux city until 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see temperatures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week with a slight chance of light snow possible on thursday. 3 3 zika virus... a mosquito - borne virus that can cause birth defects... birth defects... that can cause
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virus... 3 zika virus... a mosquito - borne virus that can cause birth defects... has seen a surge in latin america and the caribbean. the centers for disease control is now telling pregnant women to avoid travel to 14 countries. c - b - s news chief medical correspondent doctor jon lapook takes a look. 3 (narration 1)christine arce- yee was looking forward to one last 3 getaway before the birth of her first child. then she
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virus might pose to pregnant women.(5656 christine) i read an article about zika spreading into the caribbean/// i was like oh my god .. is it in aruba because i can't take that risk(graphic) the c-d-c is advising pregnant women to avoid travel to 14 countries and territories in latin america and the caribbean, including puerto rico, mexico and haiti.(narr 2) dr. nikos vasilakis is a virologist at the university of texas medical branch. (14:4::04) we do not neeeeto scare people, but we need to be abe to educate them, people will be able to make an rational decisions(narr 3)the mosquito-borne illness has been linked to a condition called microcephaly - an abnormally small head and underdeveloped brain at birth. in 2015, as zika infection spiked in brazil, more than 3500 women there had babies born with the condition. that's compared with a previous average of 163 a year. (jlp:14;55;15;13 ) the zika infection's gone from asia, africa, to south america. and it's only a matter of time it seems before it makes its way up to north america.(nikos 14 36) this is a consequence of the jet age//// this is life in the 21st century.(narr 4)even thought zika virus has not been found in aruba,
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documented 3 case of zika there i don't want to be the first (laughs) 3 3 crossfit - type fitness is a worldwide phenomenon. now kids as young as eight are taking part in it. but... there are questions over whether it's safe for kids that young. up next... we'll meet a family taking part in one of the youngest
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3 good morning, (norfolk)... it's (17) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (square tire) camera. 3 the crossfit exercise craze combines strength - training... gymnastics... and aerobic conditioning.
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crossfit gyms around the world... the high - intensity work - outattracts men... women... and more and more... children. over the weekend... (wah - duh - puh - loo - zuh) wodapalooza held its 5th annual "crossfit style" fitness festival... with children as young as 10 years old taking part. but crossfit incorporated says kids under 14 are too young to be c cpeting in events like this. reporter mark (stross - man) strassmann has more from a crossfit class in atlanta. 3 (nat sot) shawn working out (narr) six years ago,cc 41 year-old shawn ramirez did his first crossfit workout -- and was hooked on its variety and high-intensity.(sot) (shawn) (tc 01:09//03:44) (can b-roll part of this bite) your gymnastics, your metabolic conditioning, and your strengthening, and your weightlifting component.//what that means is always having something different that yore doing to your body. (can shave this bite way down)
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competition) since 2007, 3 athletes of all ages have competed in the annual crossfit games. winners earn the title of "fittest man - or woman - on earth."(sot) (shawn) 05:45 q: andyou've won it twice.e.05:46 sr: i have05:46 q: which makes you05:49 sr: the ttest man on earth or the fittest old man, if you would. cause its masters, it's not the young 18-29 division. its 40-44. //06:40 q: did you imagine in the beginning that this would be something for kids?06:48 sr: you know, i never really thought of it that way. (nat sot) kids in a crossfit gym(narr) crossfit for kids has taken off. in this miami class, two of the fittest kids were brothersten year-old reed ramirez.and 12
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their father.(narr) (backyard training) tye and reed watched their dad do it -- and jumped in. (sot) (kids)01:04 r: i never saw this before and this was amazing. this one person and in the whole world, lives with me and i'm related to him.// 01:24 q: and what'd you think about what he was doing?//01:26 r: yeah. like inspiring to us01;08;59;25 (mark) has it taught you to try your hardest in other parts of life to?01;09;06;22 tr: yes, for example school. i used to slack.//01;11;28;01 q: your grades better?// 01;11;30;12 tr: i got straight a's the last quarter.(narr) but crossfit -- as exercise for kids -- has its critics. (sot) (frank) 2:11 i've had a couple of kids in my office who've come in with crossfit injuries. (narr) dr. jeremy frank is a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at joe dimaggio children's hospital. (sot) (frank) 1:41 i think crossfit can be beneficial to building up strength and conditioning as long as there is proper supervision and training. and the realization that you need to protect kids from having injuries to their growth plates and their groin muscles and bones.(narr)(sot) (shawn)01;20;34; (mark) kids are learning both technique and their bodies at the same
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crossfit?01;20;50;21 sr: absolutely not. i think when they're learning the right technique, kids are sponges. (nat sot) wodapalooza competition(narr) this past weekend, downtown miami hosted "wodapalooza," a crossfit- style competition.n.1350 athletes, including kids as young as ten. the ramirez brothers competed. they both told us they expected to win. (nat sot) boys competing(narr) as a licensing company, crossfit, inc has nothing to do with wadapalooza -- and believes some kids may be too young to compete.(take graphic in) the company told us in a statement: "crossfit inc does not agree with wadapalooza's sanctioning of a 10-12 year old division. indeed, the youngest age that crossfit inc will allow in t t crossfit gagas is 14."(graphic out) (n(nr) steve suarez co-founded wadapalooza five years ago. (sot) (suarez) they may not be okay with it. but we feel like functional movements which is what we do is okay for kids under a scale in a very controlled manner. we think it's actually excellent for kids ten to twelve years old." (narr) shawn ramirez believes wadapalooza sets the right limits for kids -- including his boys. and in case you were wondering tye ramirez beat everyone in his age group -- including his younger brother....(strassmann pre-taped tag) (crossfit's minimum age for children doing crossfit kids is three. experts say their biggest worry is kids lifting heavy weights in these workouts.but with proper supervision, it should be safe. 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 another chance for snow will move in early this morning. expect 1 to 3" of light fluffy
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areas south of sioux city until 6pm tuesday. overall, our trend is to see tempererures get a little warmer this week. look for mostly cloudy skies most of the week with a slight chance of light snow possible on thursday.3 3 we'll take a look at your news and weather to go coming up
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3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (downtown sioux city) on the (j - c roofing and insulating) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ...
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3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 michigan governor rick snyder gives his state of the state speech today... with a lot of people angry over how the state's been handling the water contamination crisis in the city of flint. hundreds of demonstrators came together outside the governor's house monday... calling for his arrest and resignation. attorneys representing people who live in flint plan to announce two new class - action lawsuits today... targeting governor snyder.two weeks to the iowa caucuses... and the battle for the white house is gettin' intense. campaigning in south carolina monday hillary clinton keeps presenting herself as president obama's heir... while bernie sanders stuck to the issues at an event in alabama. on the republican side... donald trump talked to (e - van - gel - ick - - l) evangelical votersrsn virginia... as his top rival ted cruz accused
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conservative.and... there are calls to boycott the oscars next month. actress jada pinkett - smith and director spike lee are among those who won't be there... after learning that for the second consecutive year... the academy didn't nominate a single performance by a black actor. late monday... academy president cherer boone isiscs issued a statemt saying she is "heartbroken and frustrated" over the lack of diversity. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and
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