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have a great day.3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 3 3 the campaign trail turns deadly in iowa... an icy road leads to the death of a volunteer for dodoor ben carson's campaign. 3 iowa's governor says "no" to ted cruz. we'll tell you why terry branstad is making a rare stand before the caucuses. 3 and... after the death of an iowa family... we've got safety tips on how to keep space heaters from becoming deadly.good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob hellereri'm teorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning.
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today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally see skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3 3 3 former vice presidential nominee sarah palin campaigns with donald trump in both iowa *and* oklahoma today... a day after officially endorsing his bid for the white house. as c - b - s news correspondent don champion shows us... the endorsement is shaking up things on the campaign trail... less than two weeks before the iowa caucuses. 3 chyrons:09-24 sarah palin/ former alaska governor24-27 (quick) donald trump/republic
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sen. ted cruz/ republican presidential cacaidate49-57 jeb bush/ republican presidential candidide107-113 bernie sanders/ democratic presidential candidate(pkg) -nat/sot-we're going to give 'em hell donald trump is touting his biggest endorsement yet, from former vice-presidential nominee, sarah palin.(sot sarah palin) "he is perfectly positioned to let you make america great again. are you ready for that iowa? no more pussy footing around. our troops deserve the best. you deserve the best.// (sot donald trump) from day one i said if i ever do this i have to get her support. a favorite of tea party conservatives -- palin's endodoement is seen as a major victory over trump rival, , d cruz. . e two are locked in a virtual dead heat in iowa. (sot ted cruz) oh listen, i love sarah palin//without her friendship and support i wouldn't be in the senate today lagging in the polls, jeb bush was less diplomatic during a fox news appearance. (sot jeb bush) while i respect sarah palin, i don't think donald trump has the judgment or the ideas to keep us safe. on the democratic side - hillary clinton picked up the key endorsement of the human rights campaigig the nation's largest lgbt rights group. rival bernie sandersrsad his own comeback.(sot bernie sander we are the only candidate on the democratic side not to have a super pac and i'm proud of it clinton still holds a strong ld over sanders nationally...but recent poll show sanders
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hampshire. don champn 3 cbs news. 3 after fundraising yesterday hilary clinton is back in iowa today. she's expected to spend a total of four days in the state this week... versus just one in new hampshire. 3 this morning we know a volunteer for presidential candidate doctor ben carson is dead after an afternoon accident on terstate 80 yesterday. now... the candidate is suspending his campaign.doctor carson announced he would cancel campaign events yesterday and today to honor the life of 25 - year - old braden joplin of midland texas... a campaign volunteer. joplin was killed in an accident in cass county iowa yesterday
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in with a campaign staffer... two other adult volunteers... and three children hit a patch of ice on interstate 80... flipped on its side... and was hit by another vehicle. the three other adults were treated at a hospital in atlantic iowa... but joplin was taken to the nebraska medical center in omaha... that's where he died. the three children were taken to children's hospital in omaha... no word on their condition right now. late lasasnight... carson talked to the media in omaha. 3 "i saw a video of him last night making yard signs; he was so energetic it's just amazing, what he's doing. // (pause) life is 3 so fleeting, we have to make the most of every bit that we can." 3 3 when he starts his campaign up again... he'll start a three - day swing through iowa... including a stop in sioux city. that'll happen saturday... january 23rd at
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the "hear our voice, heal our land" event will feature actor kirk cameron and musical group casting crowns. it'll start at noon. 3 and speaking of the orpheum... that's where the man running neck and neck with hillary clinton in the democratic polls was at last night.bernie sanders talked for more than an hour about what steps he'd take to fight income inequality and climate change... and give universal healthcare and education to americans while increasing regulation on wall street banks. local supporters say they think sanders is the best candidate to move the country forward. 3 "he economically will help people he has been around more; he knows the government more than anyone as i can see it and politically i just think that he would run the country a lot better than anyone else would // and he is very focused on getting everything more in place so peoples lives can be less unbearable "sanders also held a moment of silence for the campaign workers for ben carson's
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accident in southen iowa. sanders says he thinks he can easily close the t digit gap between himself and hillary clinton before the caucuses february 1st. 3 3 iowa's governor is making a rare intervention in the iowa caucuses... asking caucus - goers to *defeat* texas senator ted cruz.speaking at the iowa renewable fuels summit in altoona... terry branstad says cruz's opposition to ethanol and the renewable fuels standard means his election would be *bad* for one of the state's biggest industries. 3 "what we're doing is we're trying to educate the people of iowa. he is the biggest opponent of renewable fuels and he actually introduced a bill in 2013 to immediately eliminate the renewable fuel standard. he is heavily financed by big oil.//i think it would be a big mistake for iowa to suppor him."the governor's comments are the governor's support him."iowa to 3 support him."the governor's comments are unusual... iowa governors typically stay
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3 the legendary rock group "black sabbath" is takingngff on its farewell tour... and it all starts in omaha. the pioneers of heavy metal are already in town ahead of their tour premiere tonight. reporter kelly bartnick sat in for a few songs... and talked to ozzy... toni... and geezer. 3 (pkg)tony iommiblack sabbath ozzy osbourneblack sabbath geezer butlerblack sabbath
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can get them is to come to the show and buy themthe band is finishing up rehearsals--and takes the stage wednesday-- after a career of extreme highs and lows--and 40 years--the last one tour lets them have the last word.ozzie "it's mindblowing what a good idea that was!" 3 the band says the entire show is all black sabbath music... ozzy will *not* play any of his solo songs... but he is *not* done touring as a solo act. 3 the list of 20 - 15's most stolen computer passwords is out.splashdata... a security applications company... reviewed a list of millions of stolen passwords made public over the
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will remind you of a scene from "spaceballs." "one - two - three - four - five - six" was once again in the top spot. and "password" stayed the number two password that was stolen.sports passwords came back for another season in 20 - 15. the word "football" was number seven... "baseball" was number 10. anticipation for the new "star wars" movie led to "star wars" at 25... "solo" at 23... and "princess" at 21.3 3 3 3 3 the warming trend continues with a warm up from this time
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3 coming up... some of the american prisoners released from (e - ron) iran over the weekend are starting to speak out. we'll hear from a formrm marine who spent 4 - and - a - half years in an (e - rain - e - un) iranian prison. 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 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts.
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... pete rose will be put in the cincinnati reds hall of fame. do you think he belongs in baseball's hall of
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3 a new report says americans are worried about rising interest rates... reporter kenneth craig is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 following last week's huge sell-off...... 3 wall street closed mixed on tuesday the dow rallied for a gain of 27 pointsthe nasdaq lost 11./// forty-one percent of americans are concerned about rising interest rates this year. that's according to a new survey from bank-rate dot com. they found americans are most worried about how w those interest rates w wl affect their personal finances. // dell released its rankings of the country's most 'future ready cities' the highest ravked cities ... were san jose, san francisco,
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austin. rounding out the top twenty five are columbus ohio and philadelphia. economists looked at human capital, commerce and infrastructure in 34 cities city to come up with the list./// mcdonald's is taking its classic french fries to the next level in japan. tuesday the company announced the new 'mcchoco potato' french fries that can be drizzled with two types of chocolate sauce. no word yet.. on whether mcdonalds plans to test them in the u-s.that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more, go to cbs moneywatch dot com.in new york, i'm kenneth craig. 3 3 some of the american prisoners released from (e - ron) iran over the weekend are starting to talk about their experiencecenow. former u - s marine (um - eer) amir (heck - uh - motti) hekmati held a press conference tuesday... talking about his release. c - b - s news correspondent liz palmer was there. 3 (today video of hekmati walking over)meeting reportersamir hekmati looked relaxed and healthy. sot: i hope to get home soon. i really want to see my family
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free - back home.liz: so how are you feeling in yourself physically now? sot: right now i feel great. i have so much energy. like i said i feel alive for the first time// (stills hekmati and sisters + still of his father ill in hospital) his sisters are here with him in germany - but he's anxious to see his father in the us who is too ill to travel .hekmati says freedom still feels surreal. sot: i had accepted the fact that i be spending 10 years in prison so this was a surprise// they just came one morning and said pack your things.liz: did you believe them?sot: hekmati: no absolutely not. (track)but it was true - and in hours he was on a swiss government jet sot: hekmati: as soon as we got out of iranian airspace the champagne bottles were popped (laughs) (still of hekmati in uniform) hekmati - a former marine and high value prisoner - spent 4 and half years in iran's evin prison in conditions that were in his words "inhumane and unjust" sot: hekmati: i didn't want to let my fellow marines downand
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corpsso i tried my best to keep my head up.((liz tag) hekmati knew he had h he suppororfrom within the military - but was stunned and thrilled to learns how many people across the us and worldwide had worked to get him freed. 3 3 after the break... tennis' australian open is being overshadowed now by a matctc fixing scandal. we'l'lshow yoyowhy some say top officials have known about this for years. 3 the forecast across the region looks warmer than what we have seen lately. that warming trend will continue into the weekend.
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3 3 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally
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the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while
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3 some of tennis's biggest names want to know *who* is accused of throwing matches. tennis officials insist their sport is clean... but investigators supposedly have evidence that at lelet sixteen top ayers took bribes from gamblers. reporter mark phillips is in london with the latest on this new fixing scandal. 3 (nats australian open) (narr 1) the allegations have cast a shadow over the opening days of the australian open -- the first stop on tennis' grand slam tour. (sot andy murray) it's bad, obviously, if something's been going on, but you hope that now that it's gone public that something will get done about it.(narr 2) (gfx in)the names of the alleged cheaters have not been disclosed, but the reports -- leaked to the bbc and buzzfeed -- are based on documents that identify more than 70 players suspected of throwing matches. but which players?(gfx out) (sot roger federer)"i would love to hear names. // then at least it's concrete stuff and
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it.(narr 3) (gfx in)the core group of cheaters is allegedly composed of 16 men, including grand slam champions. gambling syndicates in russia and italy have reportedly made big money by placing suspicious bets at tournaments -- including wimbledon and the french open. (gfx out) (sot chris kermode, executive chairman and president of atp) "the tennis integrity unit and the tennis authorities absolutely reject any suggestion that evidence of match-fixing has been suppressed for any reason or isn't being thoroughly investigated."(narr 5) (gfx in) the tennis corruption police -- the so-called tennis integrity unit -- say they have taken disciplinary action in 18 cases -- including banning 5 players and one official for life. (gfx out) (narr 7) others have admied being approached to throw matches -- even the world number one when he was just starting out. (sot novak djokovic) "i was approached through people that were working with me at that time, that were with my team. of course, we threw it away right away. it didn't even get to me" (narr 8)djokovic says the offer was for roughly $200,000 dollars to tank a first round match in russia also in 2007. small change to him now.mark tag there are punishments for betting-related corruption,
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million-dollar fine and a lifetime ban. but as the old saying goes -- show me the money. first you have to find it. 3 3 still to come... former secretary of defense robert gates is out with a new book on leadership... based on his 50 years in public service under 8 presidents. we'll hear his thoughts on the current field of presidential candidates. you're
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3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,anks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally
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the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3 former secretary of defense robert gates is out with a new book on leadership... he has plenty of experience... 50 - years in public service under 8 presidents. gates weighs in on the current race for the white house... and whether any of the 20 - 16 candidates are qualified for the job. c - b - s's jamie (you - cuss) yuccas sat down
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3 12-23 jamie yuccas/cbs news, new york23-36 robert gates/former secretary of defense(pkg)((narr-1))former defense secretary robert gates served presidents george w. bush and barack obama during the iraq and afghanistan wars. the next president will have to deal with the complex issue of the islamic state. ((sot jamie yuccas))"front-runner donald trump has said as president he would "bomb the expletive" out of the islamic state, while rival ted cruz has suggested carpet bombing them. are either of these solutions realistic?((sot gates))"i think those are unrealistic options. that's not the way the u.s. military conducts war, certainly in the modern era, with total disregard for civilian casualties, innocent people." ((narr-2))in his new book, "a passion for leadership," gates prides himself on being able to work with *both parties. but he worries the country is becoming even more divided. ((sot exchange))q: what's your best case scenario for 2016 presidential election? a: "it's early yet, so my hope is that the candidates begin to be more thoughtful about how they would do some of the things they are talking about." ((narr-3))gates - a republican - is not yet committing to any candidate from either party. ((sot ))q would you vote for a democrat in 2016?((sot gates))"since 1960 i have voted for both republicans and democrats for
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you would vote for a democrat?" "i could!"((narr-4))gates supporters think he is a tough, fair leader. but don't expect him to get in the race. ((sot))q why don't you run for president? a: "well first of all, i know the job. i've seen the toll it takes - it's very hard."((narr-5)) a job he says is too difficult - even for someone with fifty years in public service.jamie yuccas, cbs news ny.#### 3 gates thinks we could all become better leaders by being nicer to one another and listening to what others say... two things you don't see much on social media... or hear much in sound bytes. 3 state conservation officers in nebraska need your help finding the person who killed a bald eagle in northeast nebraska.the bird was shot earlier this week... most
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trip. the dead eagle was found monday in cedar county... about 3 miles southeast of yankton. the bodies of two rooster pheasants and two hens were found close by.it *is* legal to hunt rooster pheasants in nebraska right now... but not *hen* pheasants. bald eagles are protected by federal law... killing one can get you a 250 - thousand dollar fine and 2 - years in prison. anyone who knows anything about this should call the nebraska game and parks commission. 3 a new pool for correctionville is closer to becoming a reality this morning.the woodbury county board of supervisors approved a 5 - thousand dollar grant to help pay for the new pool. the city's also plying for a vision iowa grant... there's some local fundraising going on as well. the city says the estimated cost to replace the pool is almost 100 - thousand dollars... but the project *is* worth the cost. 3 "so it is a pool that surrounding communities do use and we feel that upgading the
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more desirable to people looking to relocate to the area."correctionville's application for the vision iowa grant will be considered later this year. 3 county supervisors also honored two woodbury county sheriff's deputies who helped save the life of a sioux city woman last week.deputy david hansen and lieutenant tony wingert found 24 - year - old (shawn - eek - wuh) shaniqwa hayes face - down in a snowy ditch near moville last tuesday. the supervisors approved a resolution thanking the two for finding hayes. she'd been missing for almost *two days* before she was found. the sheriff's office says there are no signs of foul play in the case. 3 and christmas was almost a month ago... but now sioux city's salvation army is celebrating.the goal for the 20 - 15 red kettle campaign was to raise 180 - thousand dollars. the salvation army says it not only met that
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bringing in 203 - thousand 684 dollars. the money will be used to support the salvation army's mission in siouxland... providing help to those in need *every day*... *and* after major disasters like fires... floods... and tornadoes. 3 tax season is back in full swing... and now the volunteer income tax assistance program wants to help you file your taxes *for free.*thanks to (vy - tuh) vita... people with a household income of less than 54-thousand dollars a year can get help filing their taxes at no charar. (vy - tuh)'s vita's program coordinator oversees the i - r - s - certified volunteers. the program is operated out of the "center for siouxland" six days a week. 3 "we want you to file as soon possible. it just reduces the risk of identity theft and that kind of thing, and it gets it out of the way, and you're done with it."all l u need to bring are a few required documents... a valid i - d... a social security card... 20 - 15
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tax information from this past year. 3 at least one sioux city business was celebrating national popcorn day yesterday.sioux city's the home of a nationally known popcorn maker... the american pop corn company. the company prpruces both the jojoy time brand... and koated kernals. they've got a special offer for customers to help celebrate national popcorn day. 3 "national popcorn day to me i enjoy popcorn every day but what so fun here is having costumers in having them try some new samples and learn more about the history here at jolly time. "for the next few days you can visit thth"jolly time koated kernel s sp and pop corn museum"... and if you buy three bags of pop corn you'll get a fourth free. the museum is at 17 - 17 terminal drive. 3 one animal is dead and a barn is destroyed after an afternoon fire out in the country in dakota county.the fire started just after 1 - 30 yesterday
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dakota city in the 600 - block of 190th street. no one was hurt in the fire... and no one was hurt while putting it out. but a fully grown pig living in the building was killed. a dakota county sheriff's deputy tells siouxland news the cause of the fire is still under investigation. 3 with bitter cold temperatures in siouxland... a lot of people are using space heaters to stay warm at home or at work. but as our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - roro wauran shows us... they can help keep you warm... but they can also be dangerous. 3 roughly 25-thousand house fires happen every year.the cause? well, you probably own one...they're space heaters, and when used inappropriately ...these warming devices can cause more harm than good."the lolos on these big heaters, create a lot of load."as what happened in a tragic house fire that broke out on the night of january 3 16th...that killed a 27- year-old woman and her three children in boxholm, iowa.fire officials said...it was
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that's why sioux city fire marshal joe rodriguez wants to give tips on how you can protect yourself and your family."you want to make sure that you prefer not totose a space heater and make sure it's plugged in directly to the outlet itself." also...never connect your space heater to an extension cord or power extension...alw ays plug into a wall outlet. one thing there is, you want to make sure you have working smoking alarms in your home. it's important that we have it those alarms, properly placed in our areas that we sleep in or living rooms. at least one in every level of the home at a minimum.choosing betwen electric versus gas heaters? opt for electric...which does not produce gases like carbon monoxide.keep children away from space heaters. you don't want them to get burned as well. and just be safe out there and make you turn it off before you go to bed.and make sure nothing is running. standard out. 3 starting today... skywatchers will get a special treat... they'll be able to see five planets together in the sky just before
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saturn... mars... and jupiter will all be visible for about 45 minutes before sunrise. experts say it's the first time in more than ten years that all five of them have appeared together in the pre - dawn sky.the show will last through february 20 - th. look to the southeast near the horizon about 60 to 90 minutes before sunrise. four of jupiter's moons will be visible with bonoculers and with a telescope you will be able to see saturn's rings! in case you need any help knowing where to look... you can check out the u - s naval observatory's webpage... theyeyave an app that can help. 3 3 3 3 there's a women's leadership conference coming up soon. we'll talk about it... nextxt. in "talk of the
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news at 3 sunrise, with jacob heller and
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday 3 3 3 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 a survey of college graduates had some interesting results. we'll show you how many thought judge judy was a member of the supreme court. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 yesterday were well below normal, but today we will get much closer to where we should be this time of year with above normal temperatures on
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3 good morning, (onawa)... it's (20 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look
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3 a group of college grads quizzed about the supreme court have given t - v's judge judy a big promotion. seems a good percentage of them were under the impression she's actually a supreme court justice. oh boy. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos takes a closer look. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- how dumb are we?(judge judy sheindlin/host, "judge judy") quick"dumb ideas come from people who have dumb brains" brains so dumb that almost 10 percent of college grads think judge judy serves on the supreme court.(nats)just like the time an earthquake shook her courtroom....(nats)the thought that college grads think judge judy sits on the supreme court sent shockwaves 3 through society...(mos)the statistic came from a survey of 1000 college grads done for a report called "a crisis in civic education."maybe the grads fell for jimmy kimmel's lie witness news.(clip - jimmy kimmel)the 10 percent
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(jeanne moos/new york)"but college grads may not be quite as dumb as this makes them sound. consider how the question was framed.""which of the following people serves on the u.s. supreme court? elena kagan, lawrence warren pierce, john kerry, judith sheindlin." the correct answer is....(mos) she better get it right, she's a lawyer.many folks picked... (mos)he was actually a federal judge .(mos)the thing is, most people had no idea who judith sheindlin is.(mos)(nats - judge judy show)and if you answered "uhhhhh" to this multiple choice question... (nats - judge judy show)jeanne moos(nats - judge judy show)
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show)3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts.
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...mcdonald's is turning french fries into a dessert item... but you have to go to japan to taste the fries smothered in chocolate. mcdonald's japan announced it was adding the "mc - choco potato" to its menu.the french fries are drizzled with milk chocolatete and white chocolate sauce. e fast food giant says the combination creates what it calls "a wonderfully salty and sweet harmonious taste." the "mc - choco potato" will be available for a limited time across japan starting
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3 coming up... tax season is here... and so are the scams. we'll show you one tax scam to look out for.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.keep it right
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3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on lewis blvd and transit avehave a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 former vice presidential nominee sarah palin campaigns with donald trump in iowa and oklahoma today... a day after officially endorsing his
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pundits say the move presents a setback texas senator ted cruz... who's in a close race with trump in iowa. on the democratic side... a recent poll shows vermont senator bernie sanders beating frontrunner hillary clinton two - to - one in new hampshire.republican presidential candidate doctor ben carson suspends campaign events for today after a tragedy with one of his volunteers. 25 - year - old braden joplin died tuesday after being hurt in a car accident in cass county iowa. the former neurosurgeon posted a picture of himself and joplin on twitter to express his condolences.and michigan governor rick snyder is saying he'll fix the water crisis in the city offlint... even with calls for his arrest and resignation. in his state of the state address tuesday... the republican governor said he's asked lawmakers for almost 30 million dollars to replace plumbing in schools and pay for psychologists to monitor affected children. governor snyder says he'll also release all of his emails to the
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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 norah o'donnell. coming up...what could be the future of women's fasion.we're going to show you a start-up that rents everyday clothes. 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 3 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same
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see mostly cloudy skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3 3 3 tax - filing season officially started yesterday... with a warning from the i - r - s. scammers are posing as i - r - s agents who demand money. c - b - s news correspondent kris van cleave shows us how to protect yourself. 3 ((17:00/nats pegues call))you need to pay the internal revenue service the scam calls start with a threat from
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the i-r-s demanding money. ((11:48))you need to pay just $1,989.44.(gfx in) 10 to 12 thousand calls are reported every week... among those receiving one --cbs news justice correspondent jeff pegues.(gfx out)((nats/pegues call))31:15 pegues: i should not send a check to the irs? scammer: no sir, at this point in time you need to complete the procedure outside of the courthouse, that is the reason. ((sot 17:02:50))as soon as they get you on the telephone, they threaten you, if you don't pay us money, you're going to go to jail. (box?) tim camus is with the treasury department. he's featured in a new p-s-a released today((nats)) warning about the fraud. ((sot 17:05:14//17:05:30))the safest thing to do so you don't get caught up in it is just hang up theheelephone(gfx in) the treasury department has received nearly 900-thousand reports of irs scam calls since october of 2013. at least 5-thousand victims have paid out more than 26.5 million dollars.(gfx out) ((sot 17:09:42))they don't care about anything other than trying to intimidate you into paying them money. (gfx in) one tipoff is the phone call
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money, the irs will contact you by mail first. (gfx)jeff pegues confronted his scammer. ((nats jeff call 42:45))i think you're a scam artist and we're going to track you down and have you arrested, ok? (what do you think i am, an idiot?) * you're gonna tell somebody to go to the bank and get cash...(busy signal)...hello? ((tagcatching the bad guys is not easy, many of these calls are coming from oversees--treasury was able to point to just one recent arrest. scott--victims are often told to wire money via western union or moneygram. don't do it.)) 3 this morning we know a volunteer for presidential candidatatdoctor ben carson is dead after an afternoon accident on interstate 80 yesterday. now... the candidate is suspending his campaign.doctor carson announced he would cancel campaign events yesterday and today to honor the life of 25 - year - old braden joplin of
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volunteer. joplin was killed in an accident in cass county iowa yesterday afternoon. the van he was in with a campaign staffer... two other adult volunteers... and three children hit a patch of ice on interstate 80... flipped on its side... and was hit by another vehicle. the three other adults were treated at a hospital in atlantic iowa... but joplin was taken to the nebraska medical center in omaha... that's where he died. t t three children were taken to children's hospital in omaha... no word on their condition right now. late last night... carson talked to the media in omaha. 3 "i saw a video of him last night making yard signs; he was so energetic it's just amazing, what he's doing. // (pause) life is so fleeting, we have to make 3 the most of every bit that we can." 3 3 when he starts his campaign up again... he'll start a
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iowa... including a stop in sioux city. that'll happen saturday... january 23rd at the orpheum theatre downtown. the "hear our voice, heal our land" event will feature actor kirk cameron and musical group casting crowns. it'll start at noon. 3 and speaking of the orpheum... that's where the man running neck and neck with hillary clinton in the democratic polls was at last night.bernie sanders talked for more than an hour about what steps he'd take to fight income inequality and climate change... and give universal healthcare and education to americans while increasing regulation on wall street banks. local supporters say they think sanders is the best candidate to move the country forward. 3 "he economically will help people he has been around more; he knows the government more than anyone as i can see it and politically i just think that he would run the country a lot better than anyone else would // and he is very focused on getting everything more in place so peoples lives can be less unbearable "sanders also held a moment of
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workers for ben carson's campaign who were part of that accident in southen iowa. sanders says he thinks he can easily close the two digit gap between himself and hillary clinton before the caucuses february 1st. 3 3 iowa's governor is making a rare intervention in the iowa caucuses... asking caucus - goers to *defeat* texas senator ted cruz.speaking at the iowa renewable fuels summit in altoona... terry branstad says cruz's opposition to ethanol and the renewable fuels standard means his election would be *bad* for one of the state's biggest industries. 3 "what we're doing is we're trying to educate the people of iowa. he is the biggest opponent of renewable fuels and he actually introduced a bill in 2013 to immediately eliminate the renewable fuel standard. he is heavily financed by big oil.//i think it would be a big mistake for 3 iowa to support him."the governor's comments
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neutral in the caucus process. 3 voters will have a clear choice on the issue of gun control in the upcoming primary and caucus season... our national correspondent jeff barnd has a break - down of the top candidates... and where *they* stand on our 2nd amendment rights. 3 2 weeks before the primary and caucus season, gop candidates are on the attack.. on the explosive issue of gun control. ?sot/transcripts from gop debate 1/14 rubio " i am convinced that this president, if he could get rid of the second amendment, he would." /sot/transcripts from gop debate 1/14 trump "the guns don't pull the trigger. it's the people that pull the trigger."/sot/transcript from gop debate 1/14 cruz "there's a reason gun owners of america has endorsed me in this race. there's a reason the nra gave me their carter knight freedom fund award."/vo/ the top gop candidates agree enough laws are *already* in place to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the focus should be on mental health programs.. *all* fully support the second amendment. /sot/ transcript from gop debate 1/14 cruz "listen, in any republican primary, everyone is going to say they support the second amendment. unless you are clinically insane."/vo/ donald trump 3 heard that message loud and clear trump the mogul in his
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*used* to support longer backround checks for firearms now, trump the g-o-p *presidential candidate* has gone to the right /sot/allan lichtman ftp dc broll - 7:30 "its as if every republican candidate is trying to come out with even a more extreme position on gun rights than the other." 7:37 /vo/ the top *democratic* presidential candidates *favor* some sort of gun legislation with very few differences./sot- hillary ad/3 :16 "it's time to pick a side. either we stand with the gun lobby or we join the president and stand up to them" :24/vo/ hillary clinton wants to make universal backround checks the law of the land and wants gun manufacturers liable in certain crimes. just days ago senator bernie sanders *reversed* himself from a law he favored giving immunity to gunmakersto *recinding* portions of the law./sot/ hillary py-04su :26 ""i am pleased to hear that senator sanders has reversed his position on immunity :32 /sig-out/ senator sanders *still* says gun control should fall to the individual states.. but supports president obama's planned executive action on gun control saying republicans are not interested in doing
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in washington im jeff barnd reporting. 3 pete rose is headed into the hall of fame.he's being added to the team hall of fame for his hometown cincinnati reds. the reds' announcement came after major league baseball commissioner rob manfred rejected rose's application for reinstatement last month. manfred said baseball's career hits leader continued to gamble even while seeking to end the lifetime ban imposed in 19 - 89 for betting on a few different reds games while playing for *and* managing the team.the reds' team hall of fame induction is planned for the weekend of june 24 to 26. rose... who's 74... started and played most of his career with his hometown team. 3 3 3 3 folks flint michigan spent yesterday protesting in front of the state capitol. we'll
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be dealing with the effects of the water crisis for the rest of their lives. 3 "you're watching news at sunrise, with jacob heller and
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3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning.
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3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will
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end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the
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3 folks in flint michigan protested against governor rick snyder as he got ready to give his state of the state speech tuesday night. as c - b - s news correspondent adriana diaz shows us... they blame *him* for not cleaning up the lead that has poisoned the water supply in their city. 3 (loud chanting nats)governor snyder's address will have to compete with thismore nats of
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rotunda) 3 sot from our character at rotunda about why he blames governor(couple getting on bus) tony palladeno and his wife leah were among hundreds who boarded buses from flint to the state capitol.(sot of couple at home)leah: (holds up pipe - looks rough.) the plumbing is just, completely ate right through it. tony: it's not just like that here. it's all over the city. (sot tony)we are all affected and infected, by this, and they need to pay for this (pointing finger angrily).it all started back in april 2014: when flint switched from detroit water, to water from the flint river, to save money. within weeks residents begin complaining about the smell, taste and appearance. a year later the city found slightly elevated lead levels in the water but said there was no cause for alarm. then in september a group of doctors found the number of children with dangerous lead levels had doubled.lee ann walters started noticing physical and developmental delays in her kids. (lee anne walters:) we were told by the state nurse, "it`s just a few iq points. it`s not the end of the world." dr. mona hanna-attica lead the study on children(intv mona
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saw the first results of your study, what did you think?(m): my jaw just dropped // how could we do this in 2015 in the middle of the great lakes. and what worst and this was preventable. these kids did nothing wrong its not their fault that the city is broke and this was a cost cutting move5 days after her study was released, governor rick snyder for the first time said publicly "it appears that lead levels could be higher or have increased" (oct 8) a week later, he called for flint to go back to the detroit water system. in december, the governor's task force blasted the state's dept of environmental quality - in charge of water - said the complaints of flint residents were met with "aggressive dismissal, belittlement and attempts to discredit ......the individuals involved."(live tag: today the governor asked the state legislature for $28.5 million dollars to pay for water bottles, upgrades to school pluming, and even a school psychologist to help with developmental needs. 3 as the flint michigan water
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leaving thousands without clean water... c - b - s news chief medical correspondent doctor jon lapook takes a look at the problems children face from lead poisoning. 3 (narration #1)the parents of children in flint michigan have good reason to be worried. (sot landrigan, 0129) //there's real danger that the injury is going to be permanent and lifelong in them. (narration #2)dr. philip landrigan is dean of global health at mount sinai school of medicine.(sot, landrigan,0309)the problem here is no level of lead is safe. even low levels of lead, especially if exposure to low levels continues over many months, ///// is going to cause some degree of brain damage to at least some of the children who have been exposed..that's a big deal.. (narration #3; graphic)exposed children are at risk for a number of problems, including lower iq scores, developmental delays, and behavioral issues such as attention deficit disorder. even after lead exposure stops, the effects can last for years or even be permanent. (narration #4)in flint, michigan, a major challenge will be identifying which children are at risk, then tracking them for many years for evidence of injury. (sot, landrian, 0309 continued) these children are going to be injured for life, they're going to need remedial education, they're going to
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programs. they're kids who are going to be prevented from functioning at their full level. 3 3 two british rock legends are hitting the road together. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break.
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city.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides
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most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3 3 two british rock legends are hitting the road... and jamie foxx plays a real - life action hero. suzanne marques has your eye on entertainment. 3 super information:00:15-00:20- jamie fox / actor00:44-00:55 - sting / peter gabriel - recording artists trt 1:21
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------------------------3 (vo:)actor jamie foxx sprang into action monday evening - freeing a trapped man from a burning car. foxx said he heard the crash outside his southern california 3 home. he 3 unbuckled the driver and dragged him from his vehicle. (sot: jamie foxx / actor)"i told him as we're talking, i said, man listen, as i'm getting him out i said, you've got to help me get you out because i don't want to have
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you've got angels around you." (vo:)foxx said he doesn't consider himself a hero. he said he just felt he had to do something. ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------------- (vo:)two british rock legends are hitting the road together this year for a month-long north sting and peter gabriel say they'll play their own hits - and swap out playing each other's - on their "rock, paper, scissors" tour. ((nats)) (vo:)any disagreements between the artists will be worked out using the playful hand-to-hand combat.(sot: sting / recording artist & peter gabriel / recording artist)sting: "it's the perfect game, actually, because no one can have dominance. let's play it now - one, two, three (they play and gabriel wins). peter wins." gabriel: "see, i'll tell the trick - it's to look at what the other person is going to do before you finalize." (vo:) the tour kicks off june 21st in columbus, ohio. ------------------------ ------------------------- ---------------------- (vo:) bette midler is heading back to broadway. the divine miss m will star as the title character in a revival of the musical "hello, dolly!" - more than a half century after carol channing created the role. but you'll have to wait - performances don't begin until march 2017. that's your eye on entertainment... suzanne marques, cbs news, los
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... pete rose will be put in the cincinnati reds hall of fame. do you think he belongs in baseball's hall 3 of fame? 3 3 still to come this morning... carpool karaoke is one of the most popular segments on the late late show with james corden. we'll show you where the comedian got the idea for the segment.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning ahead.keep it right here on siouxland news at
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3 "this is siouxland news at
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3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look 3 for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while
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3 the ricardos 3 the ricardos and the mertzes might have invented carpool karaoke in a 19 - 55 pontiac on the show "i love lucy"... but james corden has taken it to the next level on "the late late show." c - b - s news correspondent mark phillips takes a look at the latest version of the classic combo of driving and singing. 3 (sot top of video: corden on phone in car)hello... it's me. stop me if you've seen this one before. many have.(sot)i was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet ...(sequence continues...)the script is a steal from the lyrics of adele's mega-hit -- hello. (adele enters car; sot) (adele) hello...and, what d'ya know... here's adele.(corden) oh, thanks for this...james corden's carpool karaoke segments are a signature feature of his show. (sot corden)you are looking fine right now.and the latest one with the hottest thing in pop
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thing on the web.(sot corden) do you mind if we listen to some music?(exterior of car 3 driving/corden and adele singing in car)(singing beginning of hello)hello, can you hear me?...(singing in car/adele reacts to corden's harmonizing)bourne conversation and crooning with adele has set a new record... more than 45-million hits in less than a week... (sot adele) that was amazing!(sot corden and adele belting out chorus) hello from the other si-ide (continue singing under...)why does it work? maybe because singing along in the car is what people do. and what could be better than singing along with people like adele?(justin bieber/stevie wonder)or justin... or stevie... (segue to mark and corden walking along thames in london)the carpool karaoke was just one of the ideas corden had when he was planning the show a year ago. and when a walk along the river showed he was already a popular showbiz figure in britain.(kids screaming/corden reacts)(sot) (mark) they recognized you. (corden) i don't think that was for me i think it's more
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him. and the popularity seems to have stuck with him,(sot corden)every now and then in your career there's one thing -- and they are few and far between -- where both critics and audiences go 'wow'. (adele rapping out and having a great time.)maybe it was the rapping adele that made 45-million people go wow -- and counting. mp cbs news london/ 3 state conservation officers in nebraska need your help finding the person who killed a bald eagle in northeast nebraska.the bird was shot earlier this week... most likely as part of a hunting trip. the dead eagle was found monday in cedar county... about 3 miles southeast of yankton. the bodies of two rooster pheasants and two hens were found close by.it *is* legal to hunt rooster pheasants in nebraska right now... but not *hen* pheasants. bald eagles are protected by federal law... killing one can get you a 250 - thousand dollar fine and 2 - years in prison. anyone who knows anything about this should call the nebraska game
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3 a new pool for correctionville is closer to becoming a reality this morning.the woodbury county board of supervisors approved a 5 - thousand dollar grant to help pay for the new pool. the city's also applying for a vision iowa grant... there's some local fundraising going on as well. the city says the estimated cost to replace the pool is almost 100 - thousand dollars... but the project *is* worth the cost. 3 "so it is a pool that surrounding communities do use and we feel that upgading the pool will make our community more desirable to people looking to relocate to the area."correctionville's application for the vision iowa grant will be considered later this year. 3 county supervisors also honored two woodbury county sheriff's deputies who helped save the life of a sioux city woman last week.deputy david hansen and lieutenant tony wingert found 24 - year - old (shawn - eek - wuh) shaniqwa hayes face - down in a snowy ditch near moville last tuesday. the
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resolution thanking the two for finding hayes. she'd been missing for almost *two days* before she was found. the sheriff's office says there are no signs of foul play in the case. 3 and christmas was almost a month ago... but now sioux city's salvation army is celebrating.the goal for the 20 - 15 red kettle campaign was to raise 180 - thousand dollars. the salvation army says it not only met that goal... it passed it... bringing in 203 - thousand 684 dollars. the money will be used to support the salvation army's mission in siouxland... providing help to those in need *every day*... *and* after major disasters like fires... floods... and tornadoes. 3 tax season is back in full swing... and now the volunteer income tax assistance program wants to help you file your taxes *for free.*thanks to (vy - tuh) vita... people with a household income of less than 54-thousand dollars a year can get help filing their taxes at
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vita's program coordinator oversees the i - r - s - certified volunteers. the program is operated out of the "center for siouxland" six days a week. 3 "we want you to file as soon possible. it just reduces the risk of identity theft and that kind of thing, and it gets it out of the way, and you're done with it."all you need to bring are a few required documents... a valid i - d... a social security card... 20 - 15 tax forms... and all your tax information from this past year. 3 at least one sioux city business was celebrating national popcorn day yesterday.sioux city's the home of a nationally known popcorn maker... the american pop corn company. the company produces both the jolly time brand... and koated kernals. they've got a special offer for customers to help celebrate national popcorn day. 3 "national popcorn day to me i enjoy popcorn every day but what so fun here is having costumers in having them try some new samples and learn more about the history here at
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"for the next few days you can visit the "jolly time koated kernel shop and pop corn museum"... and if you buy three bags of pop corn you'll get a fourth free. the museum is at 17 - 17 terminal drive. 3 one animal is dead and a barn is destroyed after an afternoon fire out in the country in dakota county.the fire started just after 1 - 30 yesterday afternoon at a farm west of dakota city in the 600 - block of 190th street. no one was hurt in the fire... and no one was hurt while putting it out. but a fully grown pig living in the building was killed. a dakota county sheriff's deputy tells siouxland news the cause of the fire is still under investigation. 3 with bitter cold temperatures in siouxland... a lot of people are using space heaters to stay warm at home or at work. but as our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran shows us... they can help keep you warm... but they can also be dangerous. 3 roughly 25-thousand house fires happen every year.the cause? well, you probably own
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and when used inappropriately ...these warming devices can cause more harm than good."the loads on heaters, create a lot of load."as what happened in a tragic house fire that broke out on the night of january 16th...that killed a 27- year-old woman and her three children in boxholm, iowa.fire officials said...it was believed a space heater is what sparked that deadly fire. that's why sioux city fire marshal joe rodriguez wants to give tips on how you can protect yourself and your family."you want to make sure that you prefer not to use a space heater and make sure the outlet itself." also...never connect your space heater to an extension cord or power extension...alw ays plug into a wall outlet. one thing there is, you want to make sure you have working smoking alarms in your home. it's important that we have it those alarms, properly placed in our areas that we sleep in or living rooms. at least one in every level of the home at a minimum.and when choosing betwen electric versus gas heaters? opt for
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produce gases like carbon monoxide.keep children away from space heaters. you don't want them to get burned as well. and just be safe out there and make you turn it off before you go to bed.and make sure nothing is running. standard out. 3 3 up next in your healthwatch... a new treatment says it can help heroin addicts kick the habit. we'll take you to a hard hit state where the treatment is being tested.
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with a warm up from this time 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor"
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today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts.
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3 an irregular heartbeat is a stronger risk factor for stroke... heart disease... and death in women than in men... according to international researchers. the study published in the british medical journal tracked more than four million people and found women with irregular heartbeats need more aggressive treatment. 3 3 a mayo clinic study finds no link between surgical anesthesia in patients over 40 and mild cognitive impairment later in life. past studies have shown associations between anesthesia exposure to young children and later learning and memory problems. 3 3 and a new study finds 92 percent of meals served in u - s restaurants contain too many calories. tufts university researchers tested food from 123 fast food and regular sit - down restaurants in california... massachusetts. .. and arkansas. they found american... chinese... and italian
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calorie counts with average meals around 15 - hundred calories. 3 like much of the nation... vermont is in the grips of a drug crisis. the number of people treated for heroin abuse there has quadrupled over the past decade. the state's governor is leading the call for new solutions... and one of them is an emerging treatment... used in the form of a monthly injection to stop cravings. c - b - s news correspondent kenneth craig reports from white river junction vermont. 3 (pkg)(track 1)sean lyman brings his 3 family to his standing appointment at the doctor's office. every 28 days the recovering addict is injected with a treatment drug he says has turned his life around. (sot)kc: when you look back at where you were two years ago? sl: it makes me sick literally (track 2)the 25 year old vermont resident has battled addiction for years in and out of jail and rehab programs that haven't worked. now he's among a small, but growing number of addicts embracing the drug 'vivitrol. it is the
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him clean. users go through detox first. then, the monthly injection stops cravings and blocks the body's opioid receptors so even if they try to get high, they don't feel it.(sot):50-:53 (sean lyman, recovering heroin addict) (kenneth) you actually sort 3 of put it to the test? (sean) yeah, i tried it.(sean) at the time, i was angry i didn't get high. but the next day i was so thankful.(track 3)vermont governor peter shumlin has been 3 candid and about the heroin problem in his state. he thinks vivitrol may be part of the solution.(sot)1:04-1:13 (peter shumlin/vermont governor)the first thing we're doing is approving it in all of our treatment centers. and we've been building out treatment centers like mad in vermont. so then we also want to try it in our prisons because that's frankly a good place to do it. (track 4)this state prison begins a pilot program this month, offering addicts the injection before they're released. the drug maker believes vermont is the only state approving it for use statewide - in treatment centers and eventually all prisons. (sot) (vermont governor peter shumlin)let's start providing treatment and medicines that can actually get people back to productive lives.(track 5)lyman says he =is= doing just that. he has a full time job and baby
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reminder of why he's fighting to stay clean.kenneth craig, cbs news, white river junction vermont 3 vermont is using a three million dollar grant to roll out its pilot program. many insurance companies and medicaid plans cover vivitrol... which would otherwise cost more than $1,000 dollars a month. the drug maker estimates it's in use in 100 programs in 30 states. 3 3 printer ink is already worth its weight in gold... so what's better than a printer that can order its own ink? we'll take a look...
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update.3 3 good morning, (dakota dunes)... it's (21) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (skywatch) camera.
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somebody else pay your phone bill... with a catch. here's your c - net tech update. 3 your printer can now order itself some more ink. i'm jeff bakalar, filling in for bridget carey on assignment. this is your cnet update. the first devices with amazon's dash replenishement service have arrived. these are smart devices like a printer or purell dispenser that 3 can automatically order more ink or purell juice when they're closing to running out. amazon plans to sell more smart replenishment devices soon, like a britta water pitcher that orders more filters and a smart door lock that orders more batteries. what product do you wish had auto replenishment? be sure to sound off on twitter or in the comments. i'd love for that to order me more hi-chews.skype has rolled out a real-time translation service that works over its super popular video chat feature. now skype calls involving parties who speak different languages can have a much easier time communicating.
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brilliant, i mean, think of the applications: talking to your airbnb host from a different country or international business meetings. skype says the service has seen a 400 percent increase in calls since the service first launched.verizon is getting ready to test freebee, it's sponsored data program that lets advertising companies pay for some of your data bill. there's a catch though, that free data can be gated by an ad or app, or something that sits between you and the internet. don't worry, it gets slimier -- net neutrality advocates say this model could allow for large companies to overshadow smaller rivals that can't afford to take part in the program.so i bet you thought that slick password you created last year was pretty tough to guess huh? well, turns out last year was filled some truly idiotic passwords. security company splashdata has released some forehead slapping statistics, showcasing just how much we didn't learn year over year. just like 2015's list, the most commonly used passwords are still "123456" and
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what is wrong with people? but wait, it gets much worse. lingering at the bottom of the top 25 passwords list are a bunch of star wars references, like the words "starwars" and "solo" and "princess" ehhhhhh. there is no hope. just do what i do. think of two words that have nothing to do with each other, like tunafish and pinball. combine them and change a few letters to numbers. bam. tun4f15hp1nb4ll. you're done.alright that'll do it for your tech news update today, be sure to catch bridget back here tomorrow! and follow me on twitter!\
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i'm jeff bakalar.3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 the warming trend continues today with highs in the upper 20s. look for much of the same tomorrow. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and the only real chance of seeing any additional snow may come on thursday evening and night as another boundary slides through the region. for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. for now we have escaped the
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it lasts. 3 3 we'll take a look at your traffic, news and weather to go coming up after the break...
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3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (norfolk) on the (square tire) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on lewis blvd and transit avehave a safe drive to work and school
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news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 former vice presidential nominee sarah palin campaigns with donald trump in iowa and oklahoma today... a day after officially endorsing his bid for the white house. pundits say the move presents a setback texas senator ted cruz... who's in a close race with trump in iowa. on the democratic side... a recent poll shows vermont senator bernie sanders beating frontrunner hillary clinton two - to - one in new hampshire.republican presidential candidate doctor ben carson suspends campaign events for today after a tragedy with one of his volunteers. 25 - year - old braden joplin died tuesday after being hurt in a car accident in cass county iowa. the former neurosurgeon posted a picture of himself and joplin on twitter to express his condolences.and michigan governor rick snyder is saying he'll fix the water crisis in the city offlint... even
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resignation. in his state of the state address tuesday... the republican governor said he's asked lawmakers for almost 30 million dollars to replace plumbing in schools and pay for psychologists to monitor affected children. governor snyder says he'll also release all of his emails to the public today. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports.
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