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3 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 3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a little bit warmer through the
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end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3 3 3 millions of people from the mid - atlantic to the northeast are getting ready for what could be a huge winter storm. blizzard watches are in effect for parts of the baltimore and washington d - c just as another storm system made for major traffic headaches wednesday. c - b - s news correspondent don champion has the latest from new york. 3 chryons:washington, dcalice berney/drivermayor muriel bowser/district of columbia kacy mosby/richmond, va residentbelmar, njmayor matthew doherty/belmar, nj (pkg) (aerial of 3 traffic) people in the d-c metro area got a bitter taste of what's to come...when
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grounded traffic to a halt 3 wednesday night.-nats-among those stuck in the mess -- president obama -- who endured an hour and 12-minute ride from andrews air force base back to the white house. -nats-crash slick roads led to collisions, pile up's and even spin outs: (sot alice berney/ driver) i thought as soon as i got on the road that it was going to be a bad idea. friday's monster storm is forecast to bring blizzard- like conditions to d-c, baltimorand surrounding areas...pummeling the area with 12 to 24 inches of snow. (sot mayor muriel bowser d-district of columbia) we're already asked for additional national guard vehicles, and we would be prepared to ask for personnel as well.-nats- salt trucksahead of what forecasters say could be a paralysing winter storm - road crews began filling trucks with salt.-nats-residents rushed to stores for supplies and food...(sot kacy mosby/ richmond, va) the fridge is packed, the pantry is packed, we have plenty of water.with the system forecast to move further north over the weekend... snow isn't the only concern.yesterday - crews began building berms along the jersey shore in the event of coastal flooding.(sot belmar mayor) we anticipate being better prepared for this storm than any one before.
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forecasters say new york city and new england could be spared the brunt of the nor'easter.don champion cbs news. 3 first stop for the storm today..... will be heavy rain in the gulf of mexico and the southwest. 3 a suspected car thief from minnesota is in jail in sioux city after a high - speed chase early yesterday morning through several neighborhoods on the west side.sioux city police say 26 - year - old austin shriver of luverne minnesota was arrested just before one o'clock yesterday morning after a car chase. first... police tried to stop shriver at 14th and court street after the plates on the jeep he was driving came back as stolen.when they tried to pull him over... he took off... getting up to 60 miles an hour as police chased him along 12th street... bluff street... and west 1st street... where he crashed into a parked car. shriver was arrested after trying to run away from the crash.he admitted to officece he s on meth at the time. shriver is charged with eluding... reckless driving... o - w - i...
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and 2nd degree theft. he's being held in the woodbury county jail on 10 - thousand dollars bond. 3 almost four dozen people from siouxland don't have a job today... after a local call center ends operations.the centurylink call center near the sioux gateway airport took its final call friday. centurylink announced in october the sioux city center would close... with its work transferred to a center in utah. the 47 sioux city employees who were left were given the option to apply for other jobs within the company... transfer to utah... or accept a severance package. qwest communications opened that call center in 2005 before it was bought by centurylink in 2011. 3 the omaha tribe of nebraska has gotten its day in front of the supreme court.the tribe is defending itself against a lawsuit by business owners in pender who object to the tribe's attempt to impose a liquor tax on them.they say their businesses aren't on tribal land... so
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law.the tribe and two lower federal courts disagree... saying pender *is* on the omaha reservation. the supreme court should make a final ruling in the case sometime before june. 3 police in sioux city need your help finding a person they say stole a credit card new year's day.you can see the suspect in this surveillancncvideo... walking into the e bacco hut and using a stolen credit card to buy something. police say the victim's purse was stolen from a local bar. anyone who knows anything about what happened here should call the police right away. 3 some talented students from sioux city's three middle schools tested their toasting skills yesterday morning.eigtgtgraders from the talented and gifted programs at ea... north... and west middle schools were part of the annual toastmaster's speaking competition at morningside college. students gave their speeches in one of two categories:
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3 "toastmaster public speaking and so they come in and work with our talented and gifted program so it's the eighth graders from each school. and basically what it is just to help them become better public speakers and be better leaders "3 seventy - five students were part of yesterday's contest. they also got help from members of the community getting ready for the contest. 3 every month morningside college and siouxland news team up to introducece you to a high school student t o has gone above and beyond. that's why our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran is introducing us to this month's special student... a 10th grader in sioux city. 3 north high school sophomore gabriella gigaroa says she's pretty soft-spoken, but when it comes to art, she knows how to turn up the volume."it empties my mind and i don't have to think about anything." gabriella was recently awarded the "art student of the month" for her artwork. decided to mbine two pictures. i wanted the moon in the back, and i also wanted the trees and the snow becauseit's winter."art teacher jean farrell describes gabriella as a go-getter, a
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self-starter and that her positive impact goes beyond the classroom."once a lesson is presented to her, she will take and make it her own.the talented 16-year-old student says her two passions are art and softball."yes, i'm in softball. i'm in fast-pitch and slow-pitch."with a track record like gabriella's, it's easy to see why many see that she goesabove and beyond."i see anyone whwhs motivated and open-minded to different things, willlle a success in their lives, and i feel that gabriellais that person.""and i also want to be a regular veterinarian and go into the
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3 before joining 3 the army... she plans to go to western iowa tech community college. if you'd like to nominate a student... you can do that on our website... siouxland news dot com... just click on the "above and beyond" banner. 3 a new york town has come up with a unique way to use a parking lot.watertown is trying t t turn this lot into an outdoor ice rink. the town's usual spot for skating... the fairground arena... is closed for renovations. workers for the city's department of parks and recreation wer out at this parking lot wednesday... spraying it down with water.the water will freeze... it *is* cold enough there. workers say it'll take a few days to get the rink ready for skaters. 3 3 3 3 the warming trend continues. expect above freezing
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3 3 coming up... world leaders will be swarming to a small city in switzerland this week. we'll show you some of the local entertainment they can look forward to. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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heller and meteorologist 3 cat taylor" 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". 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. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts.
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... old man winter is sticking around for a while. what's the first thing you're going to do when it thaws out? 3 the markets are reeling afteryesterday's massive sell - off... jill wagner is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 we'll see if the markets can make up some of yesterday's losses. the dow fell 249 points on wednesday.but... it could have been even worse... at one point it was down by more than 550 points. the nasdaq finished the day 5 points lower. it's been the worst start for a calendar year for the market ever.// the sell off was sparked by falling oil 3 prices. they're now trading at
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12 year lows because supply is way up---and global demand is down. the silver lining to that is that prices at the gas pump are also dropping. triple a says the national average is now well below the two dollar a gallon mark.// microsoft is recalling power cords 3 for some its surface pros--- because of concerer about overheating. microsoft says some of the cords got damaged because they were wound too tightly. customers can get free replacement cables. and... it really does cost more to be a woman! the department of consumer affairs in new looked at 800 items and found if the same product is packaged differently for women than for men, the female version on average will percent more.// and that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more follow me on twitter at jill wagner cbs. at the nyse, i'm jill wagner. 3 3 this week... world leaders and the business elite are coming together in davos switzerland for the 46th annual meeting of the world economic forum. this year's guests are v - i - p's like
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bill gates... joe biden... john kerry... bono... and leonardo dicaprio. the people who live there will be showing off some of the traditions that make their country so unique... like yodedeng. reporter richard quest found out it's not as easy as it looks. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- yodeling the music of the mountain. (nats)the true sound of music (nats)well there's more to yodeling.here in davos, the yodel choir parsenn are the experts.(stefan schmid, yodeler): "we have some new yodelers that just started last year maybe and some that t ve been together more than 30 years."yodeling is an integral part 3 of alpine tradition, passed down through the generations. (stefan schmid, yodeler): "way back in the past when there was no mobile phohos i think the communication from the farmers being up i ithe alps down to the valley was like by
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their families down there they could tell, well he's ok." (nats)to get that authentic yodeling sound you need sharp changes in pitch. and if that sounds simple let a amateur have a go.the difficulty with yodeling, you can't meander slowly up to that top note you jump right to it.these are local farmers business people, even a baker...yodeling is in their blood.once a year the world leaders pretend they own davos. but these are the real
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3 after the 3 break on siouxland news at sunrise... find out how a small family farm keeps busy in the winter. we're going to the cottonwood farm and apothecary... next... in "proud to be a hometown farmer." 3 temperatures haven't moved much overnight and it won't
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forecast is next.3 3 "first alert weather with
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meteorologist cat taylor" 3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". 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. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts.
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3 what happens at family farms during the winter? after harvest is out? for cottonwood farm... near sheldon... a few animals and an apothocary keep two sisters busy. that's where we're heading this week for "proud to be a hometown farmer." 3 annie mccabe can keep pretty busy in her kitchen."this is bees wax (opens bag)."right now she's making an almond oil.3 "shea butter melts at about 95, but beeswax nees to get a little warmer."one of the many salves and oils she makes in here."i love it, it's like a science experiment everytime things melt and congeal."this is the headquarters of cottonwood apothocary..."this is just a really plain, simple lotion. it sells like crazy." annie has been making lotions like this since her sowas
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born 11 years ago."i wanted to know what i was putting on my kids, especially when they're little, whatever you put on them is going in their mouths." her "gardner's hand balm" is a big seller. great for dry skin from cold winter temperatures. "they're on their way!"and most of this stuff is made from things grown right here. "confrey, red clover, violet, yarrow, calednula."that's not all that's growing on the farm. annie and her sister...megan... have 7 pigs now.they're growing turkeys too!"we are actually going to have to end up doing these ourselves in order to sell them."but if *you* try and grow turkeys... be careful of their routine. "they go the same way, one of the things you've got to do if you've got them free range like we do is make sure your porch is not on their daily routine, otherwise every morning it's full. of poop. of poop, yes."it's a small family run farm...making...and growing...more...3 every year."we're still small potatoes certainly, but it gets bigger every year."3 3 if you think of a farmer that would be great here on "proud to be a hometown farmer...
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you can nominate them to be featured here!just go totour web site... siouxlandnews.com ash sunrise... or you can e - mail me... my e - mail address is j - heller at siouxland news dot com. 3 3 still to come this morning... donald trump and sarah palin hit the campaign trail wednesday. we'll show you who else is gaining momentum now. you're watching
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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 teorologist cat taylor.3 3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally 3 see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary 3 slides through 3 the region. expect a trace to 1/2". 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. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow
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sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3 the g - o - p race heats up... with donald trump getting sarah palin's help on the trail and a new lead in the polls. a new c - n - n poll finds trump holding a 20 point lead among republican voters in the granite state. that's more than double his nearest rival... ted cruz. reporter don champion shows us how the g - o - p candidates are fighting for votes. 33 :15-:20 sarah palin/former alaskan governor:24-:3:3donald trump/republican presidential candidate:48-:56 sen. ted cruz/republican presidential candidate1:16-1:22 jeb bush/republican presidential candidate pkg:(sot wed0298 :50) nat "went the distance now i'm back on my feet" (-:53) donald trump is riding high off the endorsement of tea party favorite sarah palin. wednesday, the former republican vice presidential nominee hit the road with trump in tulsa, oklahoma. (sot wed0184 sarah palin/former governor. alaska :12) "are you ready to stump fofotrump. i am here to support the next president of the united states" (-:18)(sot wed0184 donald 3 trump/(r) presidential candidate :19) everybody
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wanted her endorsement and she said what you are doing donald is amazing, it's a movement and it is a movement" (-:26) palin's endorsement is looked at as being a blow to trump's rival, ted cruz. the men are neck and neck in iowa, less than two weeks away from the caucuses there. (wed0373) campaigngng in new hampshire, cruz tried paintingngrump as the new "washington establishment" candidate.(sot pipe1 cruz new ham sen. ted cruz/r-presidential candidate 3:07) "there are a whole lot of people in this country that feel exactly the same way that are fed up with republican leadership, that makes all sorts of promises to get elected and then sells this country down the river"( -:16) (sot bush campaign ad :06) nat "hillary clinton will win" (-:07) trying to create a spark, jeb bush released a new online ad wednesday featuring a fake new story showing hillary clinton winning the election if trump becomes the republican nononee. candidates like bush are hoping the billionaire and cruz will lose momentum once voting starts. (sot wed0212 jeb bush/r- presidential candidate 1:02) the president needs to have a steady hand. needs to have a backbone and heart and a brain." (-:10) on saturday, the des moines register newspaper in iowa will unveil it's highly influential endorsement of a gop candidate.
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3 donald trump will campaign in las vegas today... while cruz... rubio... christie... and bush will all spend the day stumping in new hampshire. 3 police in ames have arrested the man they say is responsible for a hit and run accident last month that killed an iowa state student.18 - -ear - old emmalee jacobs was found unresponsive in the intersection of lincoln way and ash avenue in ames the morning of december 14th. police say she was hit by a cyride bus... and the bus driver is in custody now. 23 - year - old benjamin clague is charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death. police say cyride staff helped identify clague. 3 some sioux city elementary schoolers are joining the fight against cancer.students at crescent park elementary held a hat fundraiser yesterday for the june e nylen cancer center. students paid one dollar for the right to wear a hat in class. the student behind all of this... a 5th grader... says she was inspired to ask her school to
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do the fundraiser after cancer affected *her* fafaly. 3 "because i recently had an uncle pass away from cancer. // it makes me feel proud.""we are continually very impressed with the students here and how caring they are and how they want to // impact the community and not just what they do in the building so the fact that wanted to do this was a pretty amazing thing and we thought absolutely lets get behind this and support her in that. ."3 yesterday's fundraiser brought in more than 2 - hundred dollars. 3 the folks at maple valley - anthon oto school have come up with a very unique fundraiser that'll happen at friday night's home basketball game.they'll be using a ping pong ball shooter to launch hundreds of ping pong balls in the air in a few seconds. folks can buy a ping ball for five bucks. there will be 11 winners.. but most of the money raised here will go toward a scholarship program that's been around since 1994. the ball drop will happen
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varsity game. 3 it's colorless... odorless... and it could be in your home. we're talking about (ray - don) radon... d the siouxland district health department wants to show you how to keep safe from it.according to the u - s environmental protection agency... radon causes about 21 - thousand deaths per year in the united states alone. iowa is the number one state in the nation that has elevated levels of radon detected in homes. radon comes from natural decay of uranium which exists below most soils and enters the home through openings and cracks. 3 "we do encourage testing in the winter months when your house is closed up because that is kind of your worse case scenario result, because your house isn't getting much fresh air inside and so the levels you're going to find in your home in the winter, are probably the worse it's going to be."if you'd like a a don test kit... u can buy one for seven bucks at the siouxland district health department at 10 - 14 nebraska street in
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sioux city. 3 another big change is coming to school lunches across the country... this time thanks to congress.a bill approved by the senate agriculture committee would ease - up on the requirements imposed on schools by the obama administrtion requiring whole graiai and lower dium content in school meals. lunch planners in districts across the country were upset with the restrictions... and lobbied for the changes. agriculture secretary tom vilsack supports the changes... too. saying the bill leaves the spirit of the current healthy meal requirements in place. 3 texas senator ted cruz is hoping his wife can help convince wans to support him in next month's caucuses.heidi cruz and iowa congressman steve king will make two stops today in northwest iowa. they'll be in fort dodge and denison this morning. times and locations are available on siouxland news dot com. 3 3 hillary clinton is also calling in more support.
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new jersey senator cory booker will make a stop in sioux city saturday afternoon to campaign for the former secretary of state. that event will get started at 2 - 30 at clinton's campaign office on lewis boulevard. 3 after suspending his presidential campaign activities for two days... republican presidential candidate doctor ben carson is set to start campaigning again today after the death of volunteer *braden joplin*. in a one - on - one interview with reporter maria thompson from our sister station in omaha... carson says he's going back to campaigning with a heavy heart. 3 "how many times have i dealt with severe head trauma and how many times have i dealt with death? but it never gets any easier."but this time it's personal."here was a young man, 25 years old, most 25-year-olds are not trying to spenenall of their time trying to change the country."the presidental candidate is talking about braden joplin who was volunteering for carson's campaign.joplin and three other staffers were driving through atlantic iowa yesterday when the driver lost
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control of the vehicle.he was rushed to omaha for treatment and died shortly after."it obviously has a profound effect on all of us, not only in iowa but throughout the nation." "always trying to make sure everybody else was comfortable...that everybody else felt good.""boy i tell you we could all learn a lot from just watching his life." carson says it's been hard on his team."there's sadness.but now there's real determination to make sure that this is not a life in vain." "it's brought us all closer together, we were doing good already but i think we're really close together now."a closer team...he says...that will continue the campaign... and get him ready for the iowa caucus."they will always hear the truth, they can expect not to hear a politician.""we just have to recognize that our strength is in our unity." 3 one of today's events is scheduled events is one of today's
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3 one of today's events is scheduled right near where the crash happened. in a statement announcing his return to the campaign trail... carson said... quote... "our mission going forward is to honor braden as he embodied the spirit we carry forward." 3 this time of year big snapping turtles are usually at the bottom of ponds... sort of hibernating.but not this one. this seventeen - pound snapping turtle was found last month on top of a pond in minnesota. his shell is lopsided... so he got a c - t scan to find out if something is wrong with him.the staff at the veterinary hospital had to cover his head to keep him still. the wildlife rehabilitation center hopes the turtle can be relased back into the wild in the spring if he checks out o - k. 3 3 3 3 3 stores just can't wait to scan your body. we'll take a
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in your c - net tech update.3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor"3 3 the warming trend continued today with highs s the upper s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". 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. we will be e eping our eyes on a
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chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so
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3 online stores want to bring the store to you... virtually. here's your c - net tech update. 3 retailers just can't wait to scan your body. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet
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advances to 3 make our lives cooler, it also gives retailers new ways to gather data on us while we shop. every year in new york, the national retail federation puts on a big expo where we learn how stores are using new technology -- and well, just get ady to have your body scanned and profiled in seconds. "microsoft technology is being used inside this junk food vending machine. you've seen vending machines before with interactive touch screens, but this one also comes with two cameras on top: a kinect sensor and a webcam, which is used to scan your face. why does a machine want to scan me if i just want some candy? because companies are hungry for data. they can tell i'm a woman in my 30s and what was on the screen when i walked by and what time of day people by certain foods. so the next time they can lure someone like me in again with an animation or 3 game to play. these vending machines with eyes are now in several hundred universities and malls, exploting your afternoon weakness for sour patch kids and documenting your poor eating habbits.if you want to find the perfect
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shoe, nordstrom is coming out with a foot scanner that uses intel's real sense technology to measure the width and length of your feet and the curve of your arch -- even while wearing socks. just roll up your pants and it takes less than five seconds for the cameras around this base to create a 3d rendering of your feet. they can use this info to help me find shoes that could be better for my foot type, and also, try and sell me some custom made shoes. brooks brothers only needs a few seconds to scan your body with a tablet to find you a shirt that will fit you. and you can keep your jacket on. in this demo, an hp tablet used intel's sensors and an 3d scanning app. there is a small margin of error, but it's something you could eventually do at home while online shopping to know which size is right for you.intel's retail sensor platform is being tested in levi's stores to track where customers are walking in the through the store, and it also tracks which jeans you're picking up with the help of rfid chips in the tags. it tells the company
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approach and which are left behind in the dressing room. "but who needs a retail store at all when you can explore a shop in virtual reality? put on a vr headset and you can visit the high-end clothing shop in new york called the apartment by the line. (source: sapientnitro: 02;35;00 - 02;40;25)the digital creative agency sapient nitro created this virtual experience where you can explore the store checking out items and even buy items by tapping on the side of your headset. imagine if a website created their own fake vr shop instead of a real store. get ready for the home virtual shopping network."that's it for this tech news update! and there's always more to sink your teeth into at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey 3 3 all one boy ever wanted was to be famous.well, he got his wish.it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 we were near normal yesterday with our temperatures. above
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way this weekend. details next.3 3 good morning, (yankton)... it's (25 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (lewis & clark specialty hospital) camera. 3 a young boy with terminal cancer has just one wish... he wants to be famous. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos tells us about the eight - year - old who's touching hearts... and wowing the world. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows--he sat calmly eating chips as rhode island lawmakers sang his praises...(lawmaker) "you're a beam of light." declaring it d strong day, the d is for dorian.(nat sound) most kids these days dream of being famous, but dorian murray is in a hurry because doctors say his rare terminal cancer may not leave him much time.(dorian murray/dying wish to be famous"i'm just thinking before i go to heaven to try to be famous as much as i can." dorian specifically wanted to be famous in china, because of
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family posted his wish, it came true. d-strong, as in... (dorian murray/dying wish to be famous)"you have to stay strong for d."was displayed all over the great wall and beyond...from africa...to australia...to paris. above water and below...diving for dorian. he was serenaded with songs...(song)"dorian dorian your dream came true, you are famous, you are famous."after all this is a kid who seems to love music.(nat sound)dorian and his parents decided to stop any further treatment, after tests showed the cancer had spread...though in the rhode island senate they were still hoping...(lawmaker) "miracles do happen."dorian's d-strong message has been shared by celebs ranging from conan to carole king to paula abdul.he got a personal visit from new england patriots tight end rob gronkowski. (dorian murray/interviewer) "i'm 8. you seem a lot older than 8. trust me i'm 8. do you have an id? i have my birth certificate."and what does dorian think is so great about being famous?(dorian murray/dying wish to be famous) "cause then i can get lots of
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girls."well that he has... (singer)"we are strong."in his hometown of westerly, rhode island, over 25-hundred people gathered on the beach....(nat sound)dorian murray is a kid with heart.jeanne moos, c-n-n, new york.3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". 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
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will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3 3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...we might have a replacement pluto. there could be another planet in our solar system. researchers at the california institute of technology have found evidence in the outer solar system of an object that could be a real ninth planet. o - k... so they haven't actually seen the planet... but other evidence helped lead them to conclude there *is* one way out
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there.the new find has the highly creative nickname of "planet nine." caltech says it has a mass about 10 times that of earth and orbits about 20 times farther from the sun than neptune. that means it would take between 10 and 20 - thousand years to make just one full orbit around the sun. 3 3 coming up in our 6 o'clock hour... michigan's governor is still apologizing... saying he'll do whatever it takes to end the city of flint's water emergency we'll show you how folks are adapting to the new normal now.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as
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3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers 19 and west 4have 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 parts of the east coast are getting ready for what could be a huge winter storm. the washington d - c metropolitan area got a taste of what's to come wednesday... when another storm system caused major traffic headaches... even for president obama. snow is expected to start falling in the central plains today... then move into the northeast corridor friday... where more than a foot of snow is expected for some states.michigan governor rick snyder is asking the president once again to declare a disaster in flint... to help fix the city's water crisis. in an interview with c - b - s' scott pelley yesterday snyder said there is testing of lead levels in the water still going on.
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inexplicable and inexcusable that people in the community weren't notified immediately of the issue.and... teachers in detroit are saying they'll keep protesting today about recent pay cuts... aand what they call deplorable conditions at their schools. almost all the city's public schools were closed wednesday when teachers staged a massive *sick - out.* the detroit school district is trying to get a temporary injunction to prevent another strike. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. 3 and here is what the folks in studio 57 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".i'm gayle king. coming up, a creative way for patients to get better in the hospital. how art can help the healing process. that's coming up, on cbs this morning.3 3 siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting
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your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just a end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3
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3 president obama said he'd be "beside himself with worry" if he were a parent in flint michigan. actual parents *in* flint feel like government failed them... they're afraid of their tap water. as c - b - s news correspondent adriana diaz shows us... a lot of people feel the damage to their lives can *not* be undone. 3 (pkg) nat (national guard guard at abbey's door 1:41:20) (nat guard) did you get a 3 water tester? (abbey) yes i haha a bottle this is abbey carradine's new normal: worrying about water. nat today she bottled tap water for lead testing. the state department says she may not know the results for weeks. (sot abbey carradine around 1:27:00 **she speaks very fast so will be shorter**)every i wake up and we been going diff places to shower //and this is our life that we live every day, its just been turned upside down natsby they - she means officials including
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governor rick snyder. (state of state nat 7:10:54) "i'm sorry and i will fix it" at last night's state of the state address the governor took responsibility. and he thanked private citizens for discovering the danger that his own dept of environmental quality missed. (7:17:03 snyder) professor marc edward's from virginia tech and dr. momo hanna attisha sounded the alarm" nat pop d d marc edwards, a water safety expert from virginia tech, alerted the public for the first time this fall that flint's water contained high levels of lead. (nat dr. 16:05:17 "diaz flint water bulk 2 mi_hrem61")"there is no safe level of lead in a child, none. after hearing about dr edwards study, dr mona hanna attisha, a pediatrician, discovered that the number of children with dangerous levels of lead in their blood had doubled after flint tapped into its river water. (mona intv yesterday feded:07:39) m: for 2 years most 2 years they were told the waters safe you can drink the waters. this is a huge loss of trust. these are government agencies who's only job is to make sure the water is safe. and they failed. they failed at every level. (tag: late today, the governor released emails that show how his office dealt with the flint crisis over the past year. scott, several show that the governor was aware of
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3 a suspececd car thief from minnesota is in jail in sioux city after a high - speed chase early yesterday morning through several neighborhoods on the west side.sioux city police say 26 - year - old austiv shriver of luverne minnesota was arrested just before one o'clock yesterday morning after a car chase. first... police tried to stop shriver at 14th and court street after the plates on the jeep he was driving caca back as s stolen.when they tried to pull him over... he took off... getting up to 60 miles an hour as police chased him along 12th street... bluff street... and west 1st street... where he crashed into a parked car. shriver was arrested after trying to run away from the crash.he admitted to officers he was on meth at the time. shriver is charged with
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eluding... reckless driving... o - w - i... and 2nd degree theft. he's being held in the woodbury county jail on 10 - thousand dollars bond. 3 almost four dozen people from siouxland don't have a job today... after a local call center ends operations.the centurylink call center near the sioux gateway airport took its final call friday. centurylink announced in october the sioux city center would close... with its work transferred to a center in utah. the 47 sioux city employees who were left were given the option to apply for other jobs within the company... transfer to utah... or accept a severance package. qwest communications opened that call center in 2005 before it was bought by centurylink in 2011. 3 the omaha tribe of nebraska has gotten its day in front of the supreme court.the tribe is defending itself against a lawsuit by business owners in pender who object to the tribe's attempt to impose a liquor tax on
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aren't on tribal land... so they're not subject to tribal law.the tribe and two lower federal courts disagree... saying pender *is* on the omaha reservation. the supreme court should make a final ruling in the case sometime before june. 3 police in sioux city need your help finding a person they say stole a credit card new year's day.you can see the suspect in this surveillance video... walking into the tobacco hut and using a stolen credit card to buy something. police say the victim's purse was stolen from a local bar. anyone who knows anything about what happened here should call the police right away. 3 some talented students from sioux city's three middle schools tested their toasting skills yesterday morning.eigth graders from the talented and gifted programs at east... north... and west middle schools were part of the annual toastmaster's speaking competition at morningside college. students gave their speeches
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in one of two categories: persuasive or extemporaneous speaking. 3 "toastmaster public speaking and so they come in and work with our talented and gifted program so it's the eighth graders from each school. and basically what it is just to help them become better public speakers and be better leaders "seventy - five students were part of yesterday's contest. they also got help from members of the community getting ready for the contest. 3 in washington yesterday the senate failed to get enough votes to move ahead with legislation that would make it much harder for syrain and iraqi refugees to enter the united states. the bill... called the safe act... passed the house in november and house lawmakers had been pushing hard to get it to the president's desk. our national correspondent kristine frazao brings us that part of the story. 3 on capitol hill - a sense of urgency to act.rep, michael mccaul/r-texas"we really can't afford to wait. these refugees are coming in, into this
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carter/r-georgia"terrorist groups have made it clear that they're going to act on the generosity of our country to try to intrudento us."the issue has been front and center in congrees since the terrorist attacks in paris and san bernardino, ca. as congress haggles over the vetting process, we wanted to know just how many refugees are already here . kf nat sot from briefing - "how many came in 2015?"the state department sent us these numbers:more than 12 thousand refugees from iraq and nearly 17 hundred from syria just in 2015.. president obama has called for the acceptance of 10 thousand more this year.kf standup rotunda"the obama administration stands by its current policy on refugees and warns making dramatic changes to the program would be unnecessary and un-american." john kirby/spokesperson, u.s. department of state"nothing is more important to the state department and to secrary kerry than the safety and security of the american people. that's why the syrian refugees are vetted additionally and with more scrutiny than any other refugee that comes into the united states."but for those who supported a far stricter vetting process, like senator rob portman on the homeland
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security committee,the whole country should be concerned if the policy stays as -is.sen. rob portman/r-ohio"to bring people into this country who are not vetted makes no sense at this point."i'm kristine frazao siouxland news 3 amazon - dot - com says it'll offer refunds to anyone who bought hoverboards on its website.the move comes after more and more worries the two - wheeled balance boards are not safe and are a fire hazard. the consumer product safety commission is investigating more than three dozen instances of hoverboards smoking or bursting into flames.experts are also asking users to wear safety gear... some falls can be serious. the c - p - s - c welcomed amazon's decision to offer refunds... and called on other stores and manufacturers to do the same. even with the decision... though... amazon still sells hoverboards on its site. 3
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3 3 the lady mustangs were down late to mount marty. see if they got the shots they needed to extend their 11 game streak. chris neyenhouse is next with sports. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning.
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3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". 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. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night
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enjoy it while it lasts. 3 3 sports with sports director chris neyenhouse.good morning siouxland, here's a look at your morning sports.the top
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ranked morningside lady mustangs carried an 11 game win streak into their matchup with mount marty tonight.mount marty coming in with a 12-8 record and are 6-6 in the gpac. 1) late third quarter the defending national champs down 4. tristan bowl-you with the drive and gets it to go! cuts the lead to two.3) but on the ensuing posession the lancers logan wagner from downtowns she makes it 5 going into the 4th quarter!3) in the fourth less than five minutes to go mustangs 3 down 4. allison bachman with the layin. cuts the lead in half.4) the lancers answer. they shot nearly 50 percent from three. this ones from raquel sutera! 79-74 lancers 3 with 2 to play.5) under 20 seconds to play morningside
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down 4. on the inbounds the ball is deflected by sutera but it's off lauren lemkhul! and that would do it! the lancers 3 defeat number one morningside 84-77.number 15 briar cliff visiting number 13 dakota wesleyan! 1) fourth quarter, briar cliff trails by one, but mckenzie shipley finds kaylee blake, and the junior center scores two of her team-high 18 points. 65-64 chargers.2) on the far end of the floor, the tigers' amber bray ties the game with a free throw, but missed the second...3) a few possessions later, dwu is holding for one, but the pass is deflected and stolen...4) with seconds to play, tied at 65, shipley lobs the inbounds pass to blake, who banks in the game-winner as time 3 expired and briar cliff beats dakota wesleyan, 67-65.
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northwestern women received votes in the latest naia top 25 poll. hosting dordt who is 5-14 this season.1. pick up action in the first quarter.. northwestern's morgan vandersloot drives and gets the layup.. red raiders up sixteen to nine.3 2. still in the first quarter.. dordt's alissa pollema with the three.. northwestern still up six.. twenty-two to sixteen. game was close all night.3. let's move ahead to the fourth quarter.. game tied at sixty- three with under a minute left.. dordt's kim kroeze with the drive and the basket.. she's fouled.. she'd miss the free throw.. dordt up sixty-five to sixty-three.4. five seconds left in the game.. dordt up three.. the defenders intentionally foul northwestern's morgan vandersloot.. she's go to the line to shoot two..she'd make the first and needs to intentionally miss the second.. northwestern's haley birks gets the rebound and shoots a jumper to tie to but dordt's mycah hulst blocks the shot and dordt gets the loose ball and goes on to beat northwestern sixty-six to sixty-four.fourth ranked briar cliff men on a 15 game win
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streakt visiting number 15 dakota wesleyan in the battle of the top two ranked gpac teams. 1) the chargers' 3 austin pohlen drives and dishes to shane graves, and "2" drives and scores...briar cliff leads 34-32.2) the home team responds...trae bergh feeds kellen barden, and the big man makes a nifty move and scores, tying the game at 34. 3) briar cliff's bryan forbes gets the rebound, erich erdman hustles it up the court...stops, pops the three, and the chargers lead 39 to 38. the fourth-ranked chargers outlast dwu, 87-75 it ties a school record 16th straight win!dordt received votes in
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northwestern is a half game behind the defenders for overall record. 1. dordt gets on the board first.. leighton sampson with the jumper.. two to nothing defenders.2. back.. colton kooima with the nice drive and layup.. game tied at two.3. still in the first.. dordt's taylor feenstra with the nice move and the basket.. dordt up fourteen to eight.4. moments later.. northwestern's mading thok playing some d with the blocked shot on leighton sampson.5. later in the first.. watch this sequence.. northwestern's jordan baker with the nice baby hook but as he's running back on defense.. he trips and leaves his man leighton sampson wide open for the dunk.. dordt up eighteen to fourteen at that point and northwestern wins 99-86.mount marty looking for their first non-forfeit victory visiting morningside looking to end a two game skid.1) and this was a big night for ryan tegtmeier! the mustangs work the ball around and the 6 foot guard knocks down the three!2) back come the lancers they go downtown too. skyler cary with the trey. ties the ballgame.3) tegmeier was just getting
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started. bio babolola gets tied up so he finds him in virtually the same spot! it's good!4) on the ensuing posession off the lancer turnover mustangs on the break who's that man? you guessed it tegtmeier has three three pointers in the games first minute and a half.5) and then this time its not tegtmeier but blake van ginkel open for three! the bucket makes it 12-3 morningside.they go on to win 87-58.after three straight losses a win over western illinois would put the coyote men back at 500.1) in the first quarter, 6 minutes into the game, usd is behind 2 to 10 to the leathernecks. trey norris passes it to dj davis. he drives in for the shot, and the foul. he would make the free throw. cuts the lead to 10-5. he had 13.2) later davis hands it off to casey (kasper- bauer). he makes the 3! yotes only behind 2 now. 3) next possesion, (kasper-bauer) from the top of the key, it's good. he lead all scorers with 26.4) minutes later, western illinios is up 15 to 11. tre burnette gets in a little closer and he kisses it off the glass for 2 points. he lead everyone with 13 boards. usd wins 76-67.that's it for your morning sportscast.what a night of sports we had last night!have a great morning, back to you jake. 3 3 jack black is back as po. it's (time)... we'll have a preview of kung fu panda 3 next in your sunrise entertainment.
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for the region today.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". for the most part our weather will stay quiet but get just little bit warmer through the end of the weekend. by saturday, highs will top out in the lower to middle 30s. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3 3 jack black is back as po... the portly panda trained as a martial arts master... as a martial panda trained the
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black is 3 jack black is back as po... the portly panda trained as a martial arts master... in the new movie "kung fu panda 3." this time around po finds family... and maybe love... as he battles new challenges. suzanne marques sat down with the film's stars and has a preview. 3 pkg trt: 1:23cgs::00-:04-"kung fu panda 3"/20th century fox :25-:32-(screen left) jack black/"po" (screen right) kate hudson/"mei mei"1:00-1:03- suzanne marques/cbs news los angeles1:04-1:07-dustin hoffman/"shifu"scrpt:)(natsot) "justice..... is about to be served!"jack black returns as
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the voice of po - the kung fu master who's about to learn who he really is.(natsot)"i'm looking for my son.""dad??" after reconnecting with his father, po travels to a panda paradise, where he meets his match.(natsot)"i am mei-mei... "a ribbon-dancing beauty voiced by kate hudson.(natsot) "look away! look away! no, you can't, can you?"(sot)jb: "why is she pretending to be into po?"kh: "because she's very insecure, deep down."jb: "these are questions i should have asked before we started filming."the village is threatened by a supernatural force, and po must train the others in kung fu. hudson says the film is about finding your essence, or "chi." something she learned years ago.(sot)kh: "there's sort of a movement you can do to... you know..." jb: "it's this?"kh: "you sort of bring it up from the bottom, and then you bring it up and then you push it out." jb: "all my chi is down here... i need to bring it up... and out!" *laughs*dustin hoffman returns as shifu - po's kung fu master. (sot)sm: "master shifu is just such a great character. and such a great example of what we wish we all had in our life."dh: "yes, i agree. you want someone who's kind of all-knowing."hoffman says one of his character's lines resonated with him.(sot)"'if you only do what you can do, you will never be more than you are.' and i think that's worth seeing a movie for."and enough to motivate po to greatness. suzanne marques,
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... old man winter is sticking around for a while. what's the first thing you're going to do when it thaws out? 3
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3 still to come... airlines are making record profits... so why aren't those ticket prices going down? we'll show you what the airlines do when they have the extra money.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead.
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siouxland news at sunrise.3 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist 3 cat taylor. 3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2".
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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. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts. 3 airlines are expected to report record profits from 20 - 15. tuesday delta showed off 4th quarter pre - tax earnings were up 42 - percent from the year before. the airlines are enjoying low fuel costs... but the companies are *not* reducing fares. c - b - s news correspondent kris van cleave has more from
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reagan national airport. 3 supers: :47- :56 charisse jones, usa today national business & travel reporter 1:11-1:18 jean medina/airlines for america1:19-1:24 kris van cleave/cbs news/reagan national airport, vatrt - 1:33 pkg(mos)"all these fees get tacked on after the price that's advertised.""i think the airfare's pretty reasonable until they nickel and dime you to death."despite the industry ranking near the bottom when it comes to customer 3 satisfaction, u-s airlines are having no problem finding customers.in just the first three quarters of last year they made almost 18 billion in profit...and during that time were on pace to pass 2014's record of $3.5 billion dollars in bag fees.their planes flew 85% full on average and the steep drop in oil prices helped fuel the big profits. tuesday delta reported a record 4th quarter, and annual income of 5.9 billion dollars. while just days earlier delta and 4 other carriers raised
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sot//usa today national business & travel reporter)"i think it's very hard for passengers to understand why fares aren't going down when airlines are making so much money, but they have to remember that airlines are a business, and the bottom line is the bottom line."the airline business is boom and bust - since 1990 the industry has landed in the red 11 times - in 2005 it lost nearly 29 billion dollars. jean medina speaks for the airline industry. (sot-jean medina) "what's good news for consumers is when airlines are profitable, customers, the communities and investors win because they're re-investing that money back in to the business."(on cam tag: kris van cleave/cbs news/reagan national airport, va)the airlines say they've added 10- thousand jobs and, on average, took possession of one new plane a day last year.(vo)they also say ticket prices dropped three percent in 2015.(oc)kris van cleave, cbs news, reagan national airport, virginia. 3 police in ames have arrested the man they say is responsible for a hit and run accident last month that killed an iowa state student.18 - year - old emmalee jacobs was found unresponsive in the intersection of lincoln way and ash avenue in ames the morning of december 14th. police say she was hit by a cyride bus... and the bus driver is in custody now. 23 - year - old benjamin
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clague is charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death. police say cyride staff helped identify clague. 3 some sioux city elementary schoolers are joining the fight against cancer.students at crescent park elementary held a hat fundraiser yesterday for the june e nylen cancer center. students paid one dollar for the right to wear a hat in class. the student behind all of this... a 5th grader... says she was inspired to ask her school to do the fundraiser after cancer affected *her* family. 3 "because i recently had an uncle pass away from cancer. // it makes me feel proud.""we are continually very impressed with the students here and how caring they are and how they want to // impact the community and not just what kellesse wanted to do this was a pretty amazing thing and we thought absolutely lets get that. ."yesterday's fundraiser brought in fundraiser yesterday's 3 yesterday's fundraiser brought
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3 the folks at maple valley - anthon oto school have come up with a very unique fundraiser that'll happen at friday night's home basketball game.they'll be using a ping pong ball shooter to launch hundreds of ping pong balls in the air in a few seconds. folks can buy a ping ball for five bucks. there will be 11 winners.. but most of the money raised here will go toward a scholarship program that's been around since 1994. the ball drop will happen during half time at the boys varsity game. 3 you know about uber... air b - n - b... and spotify... they're all part of the "sharing economy." it's about trading ownership for access... and it includes some of today's most successful and disruptive start - up companies. companies with global annual revenues of 15 - billion dollars as of 20 - 13. sales are expected to reach more than 20 times that in the next decade. so now c - b - s news correspondent vinita nair shows us a woman stitching together her *own* success story. 3 ctm script:(walking through the forest in oh)vn 01:08:28
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i'm surprised by how many prints there are.ch 01:08:32 i'm mean, that's perfect for rental, right? so you're always going 3 to buy and own your 3 basics and your staples. for rental, you want those things that you wear once or twice that are really noticeable that are more statement (narr 1) despite her knowledge of a woman's wardrobe- ceo christine hunsicker is the first to tell you she has *never* been interested in fashion. she started gwynnie bee - which now operates out of this 150,000 square foot facility in ohio- after studying the numbers. 00:04:10:00 ch: if you look at it simply from a financial perspective or from a business perspective, you've got 75% of the adult, female population is size ten or above//00:04:42: 00 sixty-seven percent is size 14 or above. and traditional retail has ignored and systematically underserved-- these women. (gb early pics) (narr 2) when she started the company five years ago, hunsicker ran it out of her manhattan steps of her staircase doubled as workspace - her dining room was the company's warehouse.vn: 00:06:14:00 were you nervous though? i mean, i think some people might say a formal
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dress is one thing, everyday clothing is a little--ch 00:06:21:00 yes.vn 00:06:21:00 --ew.ch: 00:06:22:00 yeah. (laugh) absolutely. look, i think that was our biggest concern. // 095800 there's this whole issue of will people rent clothing? when you take a look and step back and say, "airbnb, you're renting your bed." you could get no more of an intimate place (laugh) than the bed in your home or sleeping in a stranger's bed 00:10:18:00 (gfx other companies: rent the runway unlimited, the ms. collection, rocks box, le tote, bag, borrow or steal, mine for nine)and other companies are getting into the business of renting clothes and accessories.01:06:20 jt: ..the sharing economy began as something that millennials did, but it's actually a big part of the economy right now. (narr 3) jason tanz --editor at large at wired --says technology is driving cultural change.01:12:22 jt: we are seeing a big shift between buying something once to paying a subscription fee to access a whole category of things(nats oh distribution center, continue through track) (narr 4) as her company has grown- hunsicker has developed her own methods for quality control. that includes washing, drying, and pressing (steam!) each garment -- and inspecting it at least three times before its packaged.(oh intvu)ch we're looking for, umm, any kinds of defects, holes, rips, snags, things
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like that-anything that didn't get out in the cleaning process. 01:11:34 so every single garment has gone through, as you can see-vn: she's smelling it too!ch: 01:11:38 yeah, absolutely. i mean, we have to be, the clothing has to come in pristine condition, like new (gfx to vo montage vinita with gb box)(narr 5) we wanted to test that - so we set up an account and randomly ordered some clothes. they arrived looking and smelling new.jt: 01:13:25 if you're renting, you know, you only access it when you need it and then everyone else can access it, as well. you're splitting the cost amidst a lot of different customers so in a lot of ways it's a lot more efficient.ch: i think you've got an entire generation of people growing up now that are all about smarter utilization. and looking at how can i make my dollar stretch further for experiences and less for things? so far hunsicker says they have shipped more than three million boxes but she's pushing for more.vn: 00:13:53:00 where do you want it to be?ch: 00:13:55:00 we want it to be a place where-- managing a-- a rotating wardrobe is actually the way the majority of people--
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3 3 as worries about over - prescription of anti - biotics grow... it's getting more important to correctly diagnose the cause of a sickness. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you one group of researchers who says they've come up with a way to do just that... more accurately than ever before. 3 temperatures haven't moved much overnight and it won't change much today either. your
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3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 the warming trend continued
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today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". 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. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so enjoy it while it lasts.
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3 researchers at duke health have developed a blood test that can tell if a patient's
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illness is a viral or bacterial infection. as danielle nottingham shows us... knowing the cause of an illness can help doctors treatment. 3 scientists at 3 this lab at duke health have come up with a blood test that can distinguish whether a respiratory infection is bacterial or viral. (sot dr. ephraim tsalik/lead author, asst. professor of medicine at duke)"bacterial infections are ones that are treated with typically antibiotics whereas viral infections like the common cold are typically we just treat it supportively with bed rest, fluids, tylenol."(track 2)dr. ephraim tsalik and his team developed what they call gene signatures - patterns thahashow which genes s e turned on and off when a person is fighting a particular infection.(bridge danielle nottingham/cbs news, los angeles) "by distinguishing between viral and bacterial infections, doctors hope to cut down on the overuse of antibiotics which has led to the rise of antibiotic-resistant superbugs."(sot dr. ephraim tsalik/lead author, asst. professor of medicine at duke) "the more antibiotics someone takes especially when they don't need them expose them to other effects on their overall health and so puts them at higher risk of developing
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on."(track 4)so far the test is 87 percent accurate .. but the results take about 10 hours. duke is trying to create a one-hour version that clinics can use in the next couple of years. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. 3 researchers say they also expect their test to be useful in identifying viruses as more medications for common viruses... like the one that causes the common cold... hit the market. that should come out in the next five or ten years. 3 3 stores just can't wait to scan your body. we'll take a look at the new ways they n collect data... next...
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3 good morning, (sioux city)... it's (24) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (jc roofing and insulating) camera. 3 online stores want to bring the store to you...
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virtually. here's your c - net tech update. 3 retailers just can't wait to scan your body. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. "as technology advances to make our lives cooler, it also gives retailers new ways to gather data on us while we shop. every year in new york, the national retail federation puts on a big expo where we learn how stores are using new technology -- and well, just get ready to have your body scanned and profiled in seconds. "microsoft technology is being used inside this junk food vending machine. you've seen vending machines before with interactive touch screens, but this one also comes with two cameras on top: a kinect sensor and a webcam, which is used to scan your face. why does a machine want to scan me if i just want some candy? because companies are hungry for data. they can tell i'm a woman in my 30s and what was on the screen when i walked by and what time of day
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the next time they can lure someone like me in again with an imation or game to play. these vending machines with eyes are now in several hundred universities and malls, exploting your afternoon weakness for sour patch kids and documenting your poor eating habbits.if you want to find the perfect shoe, nordstrom is coming out with a foot scanner that uses intel's real sense technology to measure the width and length of your feet and the curve of your arch -- even while wearing socks. just roll up your pants and it kes lessss than five seconds for the cameras s around this base to create a 3d rendering of your feet. they can use this info to help me find shoes that could be better for my foot type, and also, try and sell me some custom made shoes. brooks brothers only needs a few seconds to scan your body with a tablet to find you a shirt that will fit you. and you can keep your jacket on. in this demo, an hp tablet used intel's sensors and an 3d scanning app. there is a small margin of error, but it's something you could eventually do at home while online shopping to know which size is right for you.intel'l'retail sensor platform is being tested in levi's stores to track where customers are walking in thethrough the store, and it also tracks which jeans you're picking up with the help of rfid chips in the tags. it tells the company what types of products people approach and which are left
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behind in the dressing room. "but who needs a retail store at all when you can explore a shop in virtual reality? put on a vr headset and you can visit the high-end clothing shop in new york called the apartment by the line. (source: sapientnitro: 02;35;00 - 02;40;25)the digital creative agency sapient nitro created this virtual experience where you can explore the store checking out items and even buy items by tapping on the side of your headset. imagine if a website created their own fake vr shop instead of a real store. get ready for the home virtual shopping network."that's it for this tech news update! and there's always more to sink your teeth into at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey 3 "w"wther on the e es brought
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3 the warming trend continued today with highs in the upper 20s. we will generally see mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of snow as another boundary slides through the region. expect a trace to 1/2". 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. we will be keeping our eyes on a chance of snow sunday night into monday. for now we have escaped the arctic air, so
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3 go ... 3 3 parts of the east coast are getting ready for what could be a huge winter storm. the washington d - c metropolitan area got a taste of what's to come wednesday... when another storm system caused major traffic headaches... even for president obama. snow is expected to start falling in the central plains today... then m me into the northeast corridor friday... where more than a foot of snow is expected for some states.michigan governor rick snyder is asking the president once again to declare a disaster in flint... to help fix the city's water crisis. in an interview with c - b - s' scott pelley yesterday snyder said there is testing of lead levels in the water still going on. presidenenobama called it inexplicable and inexcusable that people in the community weren't notified immediately of the issue.and... teachers in detroit are saying they'll keep protesting today about recent pay cuts... aand what they call deplorable conditions at their schools.
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schools were closed wednesday when teachers staged a massive *sick - out.* the detroit school district is trying to get a temporary injunction to prevent another strike. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and 3
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