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clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday. as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next big storm system. stay tuned! 3 3 3 millions of people across the east coast are heading back to work this morning after this weekend's huge winter snowstorm. a lot of emergency travel bans have been lifted... but as c - b - s news correspondent brian
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around along slick snow - covered roads is already proving tricky. 3 crystal lucas/dc residentsteve melnikoff/va residentbrian webb/cbs news, queens, nycarol alves/traveler(pkg) -nats- federal offices and schools in the nation's capital remain closed this morning...as people in the area continue to dig out from under two feet of snowfall. -nats-crystal lucas got a hand uncovering her buried car from a good samaritan.(sot crystal lucas/ dc resident) even on a sunny day they probably wouldn't even say hello. but in a time of need people are here to help -nat/sot- this is our part of snowmageddonin virginia and maryland -- residents did their best to chip away at the mounds of snow ahead of the start of the work week. 70-year-old steve melnikoff spent hours shoveling out his entire driveway...only to have passing plow trucks undo all of his work(sot steve melnikoff/ va resident) i'm almost so outraged by state i'm liable to have a heart attack now thinking about it (standup: brian webb cbs news queens, ny) while much of new york city came back to life after record snowfall totals -- residents here in queens are still dealing with unplowed roads.(sot mos queens resident/ no name given) we're all wondering what happened to the sanitation department, why they didn't care about these blocksthe impact is also being felt at many of the nation's
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and her friends have been trying to get home to new jersey ...in time for her milestone birthday today. (sot carol alves/ traveler) this is not what i thought my 30th birthday was going to be like but it's a storyairports along the east coast are slowly getting back to normal...but hundreds of flights have already been canceled for today.brian webb cbs news new york. 3 more than two dozen have died in ten states because of the storm. the heaviest snow... 42 inches... was reported in glengary west virginia. the storm also caused a lot of flooding in new jersey... hundreds of thousands of customers lost power there. 3 3 with little more than a week from the iowa caucuses... presidential candidates are making more stops in siouxland... like doctor ben carson.the former surgeon showed his support at the revive 7 - 1 - 4 prayer rally
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saturday afternoon. it's an event to remind folks to set their alarms at 7 - 14 to pray for our nation and future president. about 3 - thousand people were at saturday's event to see the presidential candidate... actor kirk cameron... and casting crowns. 3 carson - "to talk to more of them. so that they get to hear me in person as opposed to an interpretation of me from the media."kirk cameron - "our hope should never be in a great man. it should be in a great god. and his power working through the hearts of the 3 people."revive 7 - 1 - 4 was held in rememberance of braden joplin... a member of the carson campaign killed in a car accident last week. 3 3 republican presidential front - runner donald trump was also in siouxland... talking to a packed auditorium at dordt college in sioux center. trump hit ted cruz on the his birther issue quite a few times and also brought up cruz's failure to talk about
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he had to say about the loyalty of his supporters. 3 "my people are so smart, and you know what else they say about my people? the polls, i have the most loyal people, did you ever see that? where i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, ok? it's incredible."a new poll shows trump is still leading in the g - o - p presidential race. 3 and this morning a lot of people are wondering about julian castro... a possible vice presidential candidate.the san antonio texas native who's been campaigning with hillary clinton got an endorsement from the u - s hispanic chamber of commerce. saturday's endorsement sends a powerful message... castro's very important to the latino vote. it also adds to the mystery of why castro has been so visible on the clinton campaign trail. 3 "julion is a lusterative of everything our hispanic community is all about. it's about inspiration and hardworking and dedication and moving forward."saturday's
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the u - s hispanic chamber of commerce was delivered in castro's hometown... the site of the country's first local hispanic chamber of commerce. julian castro himself wasn't there. he was campaigning for hillary in iowa. 3 speaking of hillary... both her and marco rubio were endorsed by the des moines register. reporter rose heaphy caught up with the rubio campaign this weekend in indianola to find out what he thinks of that endorsement. 3 supporters congratulated marco rubio at a campaign stop in indianola on his latest endorsement.the des moines register editorial board says it believes rubio is the best hope for the republican party and move them in a new direction.the board says his greatest challenge will be his experience -- his resume isn't as long as other candidates. but rubio disagrees.on the democrat side... the register board endorsed hillary clinton -- their pick in 2008.they point to her leadership as her strength.but they say clinton still has her weaknesses
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welcomed the endorsement.
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3 democratic presidential candidatebernie sanders was on face the nation yesterday... talking about gun control.sanders says the federal government has a very important role to play... and he supports president obama's newly announced gun control executive actions. 3 "look, when we have these horrific mass killings, when people walk into a church and start shooting people or walk into a school, this is an issue that we have got to deal with. and i support what president obama is trying to do and deal with this gun show loophole."sanders says our government needs to strengthen background checks and have better checks for those who are mentally ill. 3 what do you do when a massive winter storm is right out your window? record some video of course!this time - lapse video is from chase higgins. he's a 15 - year - old who lives in the washington d - c suburb of potomac maryland. he said he put his phone in his living room window at about one o - clock friday afternoon...
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area.chase said he left it in the window until late saturday night. and this is what he got on video. pretty impressive! 3 3 3 3 winter weather advisories are in effect until later today. i'll have an update for you next.3 3 3 coming up this morning... now that the sanctions are lifted... (e - rain - e - uns) iranians are hoping for a big boost in their nation's economy. we'll show you how much money could flow into the country. 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 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds will be breezy creating blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday. as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next big storm system. stay tuned! 3 3 3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... we finally know who will be playing in super bowl 50. who do you think will
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3 a big bank now employs more women than men... jill wagner is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 we'll see if the markets can continue to climb after a rough start to the year. on friday rising oil prices gave a boost to energy companies and helped lift the overall market. the dow jumped 210 points. the nasdaq climbed 119.// 2015 was the best year for home sales in nearly a decade.the national association of realtors says purchases of previously owned homes jumped 14 point 7 percent in december alone, in part because of warmer weather and strong job growth. as for 2016--- 3 the group predicts that sales will slow down because interest rates will likely go up.//you might want to check
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fridge. the c-d-c is investigating a listeria outbreak linked to dole salad packages. one person died and 12 people were hospitalized after getting sick with listeria.3 the salad was sold under various brand names... including dole, fresh selections, simple truth and president's choice. the manufacturing code begins with the letter "a." and one big bank now employs more women than men. barclays says 51 percent of its workers are now female... and 49 percent are male. but men still make up the majority of top positions.// 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 with economic sanctions finally lifted... (e - rain - e - uns) iranians are hoping for a big boost in their nation's economy. c - n - n's (frederick) frederik (ply - ton) pleitgen has the story. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows--on the first friday since the implementation of a nuclear agreement in tehran, - a tone of optimism, hope and reconciliation - even toward the u.s.(mos)"nobody hates anybody, we are people, they are people, we love each other. but our government have somethings of which they have been fighting for for many years, i don't want to get into that. but if eh this is a
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then again lets hope for the best."while many sanctions have officially been lifted - the effects have not yet kicked in.still - many here hope soon their economy will thrive.(mos)"it can help iran's economy and also we have lots of educated engineers inside iran, outside iran."with the sanctions relief iran says it wants to sell up to 500 000 additional barrels of oil every day. tehran also expects major foreign investment in sectors like manufacturing, tourism and i.t.but there is still this death to america chants at the hard-liners' friday prayers. even after the nuclear agreement they don't trust the united states, they believe american is trying to increase its influence in the islamic republiciran's supreme leader has endorsed the nuclear agreementbut he also says there will be no further cooperation with america - a sentiment echoed by many conservatives.(mos)"americans have a very oppressive attitude in this region," this cleric says. "they must change that. if they do that in the future maybe there could be better relations. but right now i don't see it happening." despite the recent diplomatic efforts by washington and tehran - it will take more time and more trust building to overcome almost 37 years of animosity.fred pleitgen, cnn, tehran
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3 after the break on siouxland news at sunrise... a photographer is giving us an incredible look at our solar system. we'll show you how he's casting new light on
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3 slick roads are causing accidents out there this morning. details about snow
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds will be breezy creating blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday. as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next
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3 this week london sees the opening of a stunning new are exhibit called "otherworlds" at the natural history museum of london. american artist michael benson used raw data from deep space missions by nasa and the european space agency to create vivid pictures of our solar system... all displayed with a sound track by composer brian eno. c - b - s news
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vigliotti takes us there. 3 michael benson's other 3 worlds stills/handout**do not excerpt outside piece/requires onscreen credit at the top** (tight shot)explosions in the sky (tight shot)light years
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into focus in ways never seen before.(jupiter)from the very active volcanoes on a jupiter moon (saturn)to the rings of saturn.(more photos)they are spectacular interstellar landscapes of our solar system usually reserved for space missions(video of people looking at gallery)now on display for all to see at london's natural history museum.(head on video of benson vigliotti looking at image)sot - of michael benson american photographer and writer michael benson 3 gave us a preview of his 'otherworlds' exhibition public.(sot - michael benson) 'i'm quite proud of this one showstopper.'michael benson's otherworlds stills handouta 'show stopper' not just for the unbelievable clarity and detail, but also for the benson an up close and personal planets often cloaked in mystery. (graphic)each photo is actually a composite of a series of specialized images capturing different details. the series of photos are taken not by human for that matter, but sanpped by nasa spacecraft of the agencies 60 year history. cbs together a jigsaw puzzle of images, so typically you'll thing as you assemble it.' standupit's a jigsaw puzzle that took benson years to complete. the end result is an exhibit of 77 stunning composites. each one a perfect fusion of art and science.dr joe michalski is a scientist michalski sot in a technical sense this is very clearly an art exhibition, for the natural history musem, we hope that the people who appreciate
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we hope that people who come here for science will be pleasantly surprised by the art and with all things art, there is some interpretation. many of the original photos are received at nasa in black and white. benson uses historical and scientific data to determine the most accurate tones.sotsometimes i say 'oh darn, i have to reprint this (laughter)..michael benson's otherworlds stills handout benson's work is casting new light on space much ap 8012020429like ansel adam's photography revealed getty images 50596581america's wild national parks. (sot) cbs'i did not obviously haul my box camera on a tripod to saturn (laughter) and i wish i had that possibility.' benson, a self-described space geek, says as a kid he grew up wanting to go to space. instead, michael benson's otherworlds stills handouthe's bringing the solar system back to earth.i think it's part of growing up as a species, to recognise where we are in the universe. cbsthat's part of what i'm doing, you know, i think, is trying to bring the message - you know with the help of - little bit of help from nasa (laughter) and the european space agency. 3 3 still to come... police are looking for three inmates who broke out of prison in southern california. we'll show you how they escaped from a *maximum* security prison.
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3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat
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3 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds will be breezy creating blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday. as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next
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3 there's an intense search going on right now for three violent criminals who escaped friday from a jail in orange county. the search area has grown to cover quite a few counties in california. as reporter (me - uh - ree - uh) mireya (vee - uh - ree- all) villarreal shows us... the f - b - i has offered a $50,000 dollar reward now. 3 (package)(natpop - sandra hutchens, oc sheriff, 09;02;07;02)sh: "we will not stop until these individuals are back in our custody"(narr 1)authorites say hossein nayeri jonathan tieu and bac duong may have spent months planning their daring escape from the orange county jail. sheriff sandra hutchens.(sot - sandra hutchens 09:06:58:09) "it appears to be a very sophisticated operation"(narr 2) the planning was meticulous, says sheriff lieutenant jeff hallock. (sot - jeff hallock)jh: "it seems that the inmates cut through half inch steel bars to facilitate their escape // the inmates cut their way through the plumbing tunnels and ultimately, gained access to an unsecure area of the roof. from the roof, the inmates rappelled off of the roof of the building behind me down to the ground. "(narr 3) authorities say it's likely they used bedsheets and other clothing to fashion a makeshift rope. as to what tools they used to escape, how they got them or if they had
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the same response.(sot sheriff hutchen 09:08:25)"we are still looking into that."(narr 4) they are also looking at whether a disturbance inside the jail just prior to the nightly head count may have been a ruse by other inmate to help the three men escape. (narr 5)authorities don't believe they've left the country. they say tips have poured in, but so far, no confirmed sightings. mireya villarreal, cbs news, los angeles 3 his legacy went beyond basketball... ray nacke was briar cliff university's head coach... and yesterday a lot of people came together to remember him.former players... colleagues... family... and friends were reminiscing about the beloved coach at b - c - u. nacke was a loving father and devoted husband... but on the courts he was known for his fiery attitude... making him one of the most winning coaches in n - a - i - a history. he was a member of the briar
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the greater siouxland hall of fame... and the westmar college hall of fame. in 20 - 12... briar cliff named its home basketball court the "ray nacke court" in his honor. he passed away at his home in september. he was 79 - years - old. 3 "everybody who ever played with coach nacke will just tell you what a big impact he had on their life as far as making them a better man and preparing them for the real world after college."nacke led an overall record of 507 wins and 254 losses in 26 seasons as b - c - u's head coach. 3 one person is dead after a snowmobile accident late saturday night. 3 the monona county sheriff's office says the accident happened just before 10 - 30 saturday night in the 13 - thousand block of k - 42. sheriff's deputies say they found the snowmobile had crashed with an irrigation pivot....the man riding that snowmobile was taken to mercy medical center in sioux city where he died. 3 an author from ponca nebraska
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city saturday afternoon.teri (luke - en) lukken signed copies of her children's book "i love papa and papa loves me" at cherryberry on hamilton boulevard. the book is a tribute to her dad... who dealt with a - l - s... lou gehrig's disease. he also teaches kids they can help others who aren't able to do certain activities... or are in a wheelchair. 3 "i do think this helps them see that that person is the same, the same person heart and soul. and the same person that they loved even though their sick."if you'd like to learn more about the book... we've got a link in this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. 3 and a photographer from sioux city is celebrating the release of *his* new book.well - known and long - time photographer george lindblade held a book signing yesterday at sioux city fire rescue's station four. the book is called "fully involved"... which shows behind - the - scenes... the inner - workings of
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over the last 150 years. lindblade worked on his book last summer... and tells us it's been enjoyed... especially by retired firefighters. 3 "the fire department is an integral part of the community, and sometimes people look at it as just that, they put out fires and play pinochle, well, they don't do that anymore. firefighter had a dedicated way of life, and we have one of the best fire departments. i'd put these guys up against any fire department in the country."3 the lindblades aren't the only ones who contributed to the book... they had some help. if you want a copy of "fully involved"... you can pick it up at their store... "sioux city gifts" on pierce street. 3 from scooby doo to the beatles.. a famous cartoonist is holding one of his biggest art events... right here in siouxland.animator and director ron campbell is known for his work on the beatles yellow submarine... his work on ren and stimpy... and many more shows. campbell started his career in
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number one in ratings for his t - v cartoon series the beatles. campbell has also done work on the rugrats... the smurfs... george of the jungle... and krazy kat. 3 "you mean i can do a drawing and it can become a mouse running away from a cat and hitting the cat on the foot with a malete and the cat will jump up in the air and scream? from drawings? from that moment on i was hooked."you can meet campbell and check out his artwork at vangarde arts on jackson street. we'll tell you how coming up in talk of the town 3 let the bike fever begin! we're only 180 days away from ragbrai after all.last year we kicked off in sioux city... there were more than 30 - thousand people here. this year... the 44th annual event will take us through the scenic parts of southern iowa. the more than 4 - hundred - mile ride will start in glenwood... then go through shenandoah... creston... leon...
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washington... and end up in muscatine. for more on this year's ragbrai... check out this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. 3 south sioux city's long - time police chief is officially "off the clock". friday afternoon the south sioux police department threw a retirement party for scot ford. as our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran shows us... ford... who became chief in 19 - 89... is ready to start a new chapter in his life. 3 "this department will continue to give you the best service and the best care that we can." a great leader, with a clear vision....and after more than four decades, he's ready to pass the baton."people of the community, people that i've known and worked with for years have given me a send off, that's very heartwarming." the long time south sioux city police chief scot ford saying farewell to the department friday afternoon."he is a good leader and he's very professional. very compassionate. does a very good job of organization." "he's a great guy, and i wish him well."family, friends, city leaders and dignitaries came together to give their
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he's like the captain of the ship. the police department was the ship. his hand was always on the helm no matter what happened. he knew where he wanted to go."he came on to the force more than 40 years ago, promoted to sergeant on january 1st 1979, and promoted to chief of police over 26 years ago on september 19th , 1989. "he handles things in a very even handed manner. he doesn't treat anybody any differently than anyone else, and he handles his 3 force the same way. i think they all respect him for that." "just so impressed to see this. so well deserved and thank you for your service." ford has had a tremendous impact in public safety and protecting the south sioux city community and neighborhoods. what's more, ford always served the boys and girls club home, haven house,dakota county interagency team, northeast community college and the tri-state drug task force."i think that the men and women of south sioux city police department have it engrained in them to work not just with but for each other."reporting
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i'm jetske wauran, siouxland news.3 3 basketball star shaquille o'neal went out of his way to play a game with some kids in florida after one of their neighbors called the cops on them because they were playing too loudly.shaq heard the story about a gainesville police officer who decided to shoot some hoops with the kids instead of reprimand them. dash - camera video of the game went viral. officer bobby white went back to the neighborhood saturday with shaq... who surprised the kids with another game of basketball.this could have been a media frenzy. but
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appearance a secret to surprise the kids and officer white.3 3 3 3 3 3 if you have trouble waking up in the morning... there's an app for that. we'll take a look at microsoft's strange alarm... next... in your c - net tech update. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor"
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for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds will be breezy creating blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures mid 40s by as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first february for our next big
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3 ...3 that's why ron campbell is that's why ron campbell is here for talk of the town this morning.good morning! 3 jetske and sam hacker discuss upcoming event on december 15th, event on upcoming hacker discuss jetske and sam jetske and sam hacker discuss upcoming event on december 15th, 2015.organization: support siouxland soldiers what: holiday for heroeswhen: december 15where: red cross building on war eagle drive. why: free dinner, grocery baskets. santa will be there for gifts for will be there baskets. santa grocery dinner, grocery dinner, why: free drive.on war eagle cross building where: red cross building on war eagle drive. why: free dinner, grocery baskets. santa will be there for gifts for kids.for more information, email
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3 thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment...or want to find out any more information...you can find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... 3 3 it's a snowstorm tradition... run to the grocery store and grab all the bread and milk you can. we'll show you why people feel the need to stock up. it's (time) this
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watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 freezing fog and drizzle are falling right now with snow on
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3 good morning, (norfolk)... it's (28) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (square tire) camera. 3 it's a snowstorm tradition... run to the grocery store and grab all the bread and milk you can. this weekend's winter storm was no different. c - b - s news corresponent jamie (you - cuss) yuccas shows us the ritual that's been providing dramatic shots of empty shelves for years. 3 (sot: wusa off air jan 21 weatherman tc 23:18:59) on a scale 1 to 10... this is a 10.
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get the bread 3 and milk!!!!(narr 7)perhaps 3 nothing compares to the hysteria this comedian created with a satirical video back in 2013... generating 14 million views..(more nats: youtube video) "they said snow!!! i gotta get the bread and milk!!" (sot brateman 12;46;22;08) people feel like if they're stockpiling, they're safe. (narr 8)psycotherapist 3 lisa brateman says there is a theory for this phenomenon. (sot brateman 12;48;10;27) whatever's going on outside of the world, whatever's going outside my door, at least i know i can have eggs and toast tomorrow. (narr 9)and if you stockpile too much... another tradition: that little bit of control goes bad by the time
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news new york.3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world"d" 3 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds will be breezy creating blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday.
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there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next big storm system. stay tuned!
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...all the snow on the east coast might have caused headaches for humans... but animals seemed to love it. this is (tyan) tian (tyan) tian... a panda at the smithsonian's national zoo.he woke up saturday morning to a lot of snow... and he was pretty excited about it! 3 3 coming up in your 6 o'clock hour... health clinics in flint michigan are overflowing g with worried parents getting their kids tested for (led) lead exposure. we'll show you how long it could be before they see results.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
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go ... 3 3 millions of people across the east coast are heading back to work this morning after this weekend's deadly winter snowstorm. in the nation's capital they got two feet of snow... and the federal government and schools will stay closed today. much of the nation's air system is slowly starting service back up canceling thousands of flights.the search is still going on for three escaped prisoners in southern california. police say they cut their way out of a maximum security jail in santa ana friday... and used bedsheets and clothing to rappel to freedom. the men are considered armed and dangerous.and... superbowl 50 is all set. peyton manning and the denver broncos will take on cam newton and the carolina panthers next month. the panthers dominated the cardinals... the broncos edged the patriots in the n - f - c and a - f - c championship games. 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
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morning".i'm norah o'donnell. coming up, taking workplace relationships to a new level. the company organizing blind dates for its employees.that's coming up, on cbs this morning.3 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 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds
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blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start toto clear with a high in per 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday. as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next big storm system. stay tuned! 3 3 3 in flint michigan... health clinics are crowded with worried parents getting their kiki tested for (led) lead poisoning... but as c - b - s news correspondent adriana diaz shows us... the high demand has backed up the
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room)toni: // i need more staffing to get the process sped upad: are ppl working extra hours these days?lab tech: oh yea! (sit down with toni)(sit down intv nurse toni) ad: what happens once someone tests positive for lead?toni: // we have nurse case managers // they go out and do home visits // they talk about nutritional aspects that can really help remediate some of that lead exposure.(intv with if the results come back negative?im still going to be worried as a parent bc for a drinking this water with the lead and these chemicals // im worried that 5 or 6 years down the roro he'll wake up different(tag: tag: she has good reasons to worry. because lead stays in your blood for about 2-3 weeks. but after that, scott, it can travel to your bones, it affects the nervous system and can stay there for decades.) 3 3 the siouxland holistic health expo kicked off its huge annual event saturday... drawing in hundreds of visitors from siouxland.this was at the stoney creek inn. exhibitors focused on overall
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to improve the mind... body... and spirit. massage therapists... . yoga structors... and health coaches were there all day... presenting a variety of holistic heath topics. 3 "it seem that more and more people are looking for a natural way of health instead of taking medicine for this, a medicine for that, that has side effects . it seems like they are looking for a more natural way of health."3 more than 3 - hundred people were at the event saturday. 3 the man shot by a yankton police officer last september is heading to prison.19 - year - old trae angel was arrested september 2nd after being shot by yankton police sergeant jason foote. an investigation showed angel threatened foote and another officer with a gun. foote was was cleared in the case. police were e looking for angel after going to a domestic violence call at his home. he was charged with aggravated assault and attempted murder. friday afternoon a judge sentenced
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3 almost two dozen local businesses are teaming up with briar cliff university and the sioux city growth organization for entrepalooza 20 - 16 next month.the 10 - day - event will kick off february 15th at briar cliff with a lecture from gateway computers co - founder ted waitt. the festival will feature a consulting fair... entrepreneur's pitching contest... and this year's innovation market. 3 "we want to bring the entrepreneurship culture to this whole community so if you start off with the kids and you follow and mentor those kids all the way up you can keep that entrepreneurship culture in this community "entrepalooza 20 - 16 will wrap up february 25th. all events are free and open to the public. for more information... like a full schedule... we've got a link in this story on siouxland news dot com. 3 people come up with a lot of unique ideas to raise money. but a sioux city fundraiser could *top* them all... in a way...people might get to pay
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down the 12 story howard johnson hotel in downtown sioux city. it would be a fundraiser for big brothers big sisters of siouxland. you have to raise a thousand dollars to reserve one of 90 spots for rappelers. the dollars. 3 "i think that this is going to is going to be like a once in a lifetime experience that you can have in sioux city, and big brothers big sisters."the event is tentatively scheduled for june 15th. next thursday a team of experts will be in town to check out the building. we'll let you know what they decide. 3 if you're driving in iowa... you might see some blinking blue lights in the pavement. as reporter vanessa peng shows us... those lights are actually *sensors* that are being tested by the d - o - t to make the roads safer in the winter. 3 a car totaled after hitting a patch of ice on iowa roads tuesday. a 25-year old ben carson campaign staffer dies in the accident. this is the
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department of transportation hopes to help prevent in the future.willy sorenson, iowa dot special projects engineer "anything that we can do to prevent crashes ice related crashes is our goal."for the dot it starts with this small solar powered sensor...called the pateye.willy sorenson, iowa dot special projects engineer "we want to be able to detect it and ideally tell the public, motoring public that hey there's ice forming be aware."the dot is the first in the nation to test pateye warning systems. they have two ininone of their ames parking lots.special projects engineer willy sorenson says the devices sense when the temperature is 32 degrees or below and there is moisture present. that's when the lights flash blue.vanessa peng/reporting"sorenson says in theory these flashing blue lights are a great idea, but in practicality there's still a lot of work that needs to be done."sorenson"they flash too ten right now as you see right now actually this one is flashing we just did a temperature 3 measurement it was right at 32
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really no 3 moisture around here that can freeze so it's really not a dangerous situation." but that doesn't mean they're giving up. sorenson says talking to pateye who is receptive to their feedback."we're always looking ahead we want to be proactive on our ice fighting skills." 3 the department of transportation says more americans are driving than ever before... some 214 million. and as reporter (we - juh) weijia (jang) jiang shows us... that includes more senior citizens. 3 supers: :31 - 35 kyle rakow/ nat'l director aarp drdrer safety1:21-1:25 loloaine neal/67 years oldtrt - 1:32pkg (vo)a lot has changed since lorraine neal first started driving 46 years ago. (sot-lorraine neal/67 years old)"i buckle my seatbelt. when i started when i was 21 we didn't have seatbelts."the 67-year-old admits she's changed too.(sot- lorraine neal/67 years old)"i'm slower than i used to be."(nat)"yeah" to sharpen her skills neal recently went to an a-a-r-p smart driver course. where students get a refresher on the rules of the road. (sot-teacher)"is that legal, no"the aarp's kyky rakow saysys the coururs are in high dememd. ( sot-kyle rakow/ nat'l direreor aarp driver safety) "we're seeing our class sizes increase and in some cases double across the country." (gfx)the reason why. there are now an estimated 38 million seniors on us
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expected to jump to 55 million in 2020.(nats)the department of transportation is already anticipating the influx of older drivers.(gfx -signs) there are plans to start installing signs with larger letters that are easier to read.and warnings of an upcoming intersection or stop sign.. giving seniors more time to react.(sot-kyle rakow/ nat'l director aarp driver safety)"the first priority regardless of age is safafy on the road."and that can mean knowing when i is time to hang up the keys.(website)the aarp offers an online seminar for people who believe a senior family member is no longer able to drive.(nats)lorraine has years of driving ahead of her but tries to avoid heavy traffic.(sot- lorraine ne/67 years old)"sometimes i really shouldn't drive and in those cases i don't"that's just one way this senior driver stays safe.weijia jiang, cbs news,
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3 sheep save the day during a high speed police ase in new zealand.police say the chase started when a car carrying four people didn't stop. the chase went on an hour and half until the car came up to a huge mob of sheep in the road. officials say the driver did *not* try to run through the sheep.in all four people were arrested... including a 14 - year - old boy and girl. they were charged in the police chase... and with theft... for getting gas and not paying for it. 3 3 3 3 an american t - v show is making history filming in cuba we'll show you what the show means for the restored diplomatic relations between the u - s and cuba. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit 3 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds will be breezy creating blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday. as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next
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3 an american television show is making history in cuba. showtime's "house of lies" is the first scripted program to shoot on the island since the cuban embargo began more than 50 years ago. report ben tracy flew to havana... to see how hollywood might be playing a role in improving
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3 ctm script: (anchor intro: an american tv show is making history in cuba. showtime's "house of lies" is the first scripted american us tv show to shoot on the islsld since the cuban embargo began more than 50 years ago. with the american embassy now reopened and travel restrictions easing..ben tracy traveled there to see how hollywood may be playing a role in improving us-cuban relations)(nats 35:12 street scenes) crew shooting people singing on streets of havana(narr 1) there is always plenty of action on the streets of havana. (05.30 ensemble) 'action!"(narr 2) but this is different...holl ywood has come to o wn. (natat 24.40 enenmble) action kristen: do you have a a idea whwhe we are?" don" yes - lost o cuba"(narr 3) showtime's "house of lies" spent an entire week in cuba...(nats 19.40 ensemble) n: welcome to havana shooting season five's season finale. (n 13.24 marty i have a real offer!") those restored american cars proved@to be irresitable props. (nats) (29.11 car in the sand) don cheadle is the star of the show about a group of morally- challenged business consultants (sot 15:47:14:16) bt: you guys are the first scripted tv show to shoot here in cuba. how meaningful is that to you? dc: well it's amazing//and really takes the finale of our show to a place we couldn't even imagine possible with a completely different look and ideas and different focus and tone. (nats) shooting on location (director and helen hunt from canon)(narr r it was director matthew arnahan...along with his wife...actress and
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wanted to bring the show to cuba. but th's much easier said than done. the us embargo is still in place so the money to finance the shoot had to be wired through canadian banks, us credit cards don't work here, wifi is nearly non- existent, and some of the production equiuient had to be sent in from germany. and then there's the not-so-small matter of government censorship. (nat 17.12 btsproduction) "cut it"(sot 02;50;16;05 jessica borsiczky/"house of lies" executive producer) bt: i imagine the government here wanted to know what you were going to shoot and what you were saying about cuba. how hands on do they get on a script? jb: you don't just come to cuba and shoot whatever you want. they're very protective of the cultlte that they have here and a system that they have. so in order to be here today we submitted a script and an outline months ago. it was reviewed by the cuban government and we were given approvals at various stages. (nat 02.45 ensemble) action! (narr 5) the producers also had to get permission from the us government. ambassor
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charge of the us embassy in cuba. (sot 14.27.50 bt): what is the significance oa us television show filming in cuba? jd: culture is a very important bridge builder as we forge this new relationship so personally i think it's very important//we are receiving a lot of calls and a lot of visitors from different elements of the industryry expressing interest..(nats) fast and furious clip(narr 6) universal pictures is currently trying to get permission to shoot q portion of "fast and the furious 8" in cuba. (nats) (more music)(narr 7) but "house of lies" got here first and actress kristen bell has seen a lot of curious cubans.(suggested shots to cover back end: 01.35 bad weather: cameras on shoulders / 41.04 shooting truck driving / some shot of kristen /14.18 street scenes: cuban extras) (sot 16:49:10:16 kristen b bl) yeah, it is a curious thinin that we are doing because people are walking around with giant - you know it looks like flight of the navigator, cameras on their heads, and cars attached to other cars and you know a bunch of blondes. and it is interesting, people - they stare, but they are quiet and cooperative and so hospitable.
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of people)(sot 14:21:44 in spanish) bt: what do you think about us tv? cuban woman: its very good. (narr 8) i askeke this woman what she ththght of it all. she said she likes itit because of relations between the us and cuba and is glad the show came to her town.and cubans weren't just watching...(nat 08.03 street scenes: woman speaking spanish to extras / and 40.15 shot of cuban extra in a car) they were hired as extras and members of the crew. (nat 15.20 btsproduction crew member wakling backwards with equiuient) (27.34 cast getting dance lessons)s)and ththcast took thehe jobs as us cultural ambassadors quite seriously...we found actors ben schwartz and josh lawson working on their language skills. (sot 13:27:22:01) jl: and me espanol is muy bueno. bs: he said his spanish is very good. jl: muy muy bueno. bs: very very good. jl: sia. bs: seat. jl: casa. bs: house. bs: so we nailed it. q: and you know the words for rum and cigars. bs: i think it's just rum and d gar. jl: rum m d cigar. si. (narr 9)9)kidding aside...the cast and crew seemed aware that even though they were shooting a tv
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with the cuban people was much more significant. (sot 15:52:41:07 don cheadle) dc: there are many ways to sort of bridge that cultural divide so its nice that we've been honored with being the emissaries of that. 3 3 a new tour is music to star trek fans' ears. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break. 3 slick roads 3 are causing accidents out
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3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds will be breezy creating blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday. as we head into ththweekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next big storm system. 3 stay tuned!
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3 the ending to "downton abbey" is just a day away... how you can pick up a piece of star wars memorabilia... and a new tour that's music to star trek fans' ears. suzanne marques has your eye on entertainment. 3 super information::00 - :22 - "star trek: the ultimate voyage"/cineconcerts:22 - :31 - william shatner/"captain kirk":37 - :47 - "the empire strikes back"/20th century fox film corp.:57 - 1:15 - "downton abbey"/pbs distributionpkg trt: 1:15pkg script:(natsot)"space... the final frontier...."star trek is entering a new entertainment frontier... the concert hall. it's part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the sci-fi franchise. called "star trek: the ultimate voyage," the performance features live
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television series, its later sequels and the successful films, while tv and movie scenes play on a large screen. (sot - william shatner)"you will be able to see things as well as hear things//you'll become aware of how important music is to movies."the north american tour kicked off last week and will play more than 100 cities before wrapping up in april.//if you're more a star wars fan, you can now get your hands on a piece of the original trilogy. luke skywalker's blaster is going up for auction. the prop laser gun is the same one that mark hamill used in 'the empire strikes back," and goes on the block thursday. the minimum bid is 200-thousand dollars. ... and, there's good news for 'downton abbey' fans who don't want to wait until march 6th to see the final episode in the series. the complete sixth and final season of the pbs show is being released on dvd tomorrow. that's your eye on entertainment. suzanne
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... we finally know who will be playing in super bowl 3 3 still to come... you might remember nate boyer as the green beret and army vet who seahawks. he didn't make the team... but he's got his sights set on a much higher goal. we'll show you where he's headed now.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 sunrise on kmeg 14" good morningngveryone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jajab heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds will be breezy creating blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday. as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on
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weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next big storm system. stay tuned! 3 new video shows the moment a northern california snowboarder was caught in an avalanche. christian (mairz)'s mares' helmet- camera caught him inside the mass of snow. now he's speaking out about the scary experience at sugar bowl resort and the possible criminal charges he faces. as reporter vinita nair shows us... the resort says he was riding in an area that's been off - limits for years. 3 ctm script: (nats avalanche gopro) (narr 1) this is what an avalanche looks like from the inside. (nats avalanche gopro) (sot christian michael mares - snowboarder) "00;33;13;05 we were just trying to go find some freshies somewhere and just go have fun like we usually do. // 00;36;28;16 and then i got caught in the avalanche."(narr 2)snowboarder christian mares was *nearly* swallowed up the *tons* of fast moving snow -- but now he's facing an
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potential prosecution for what officials are calling his *reckless decision*.(sot john monson - director, sales and marketing sugar bowl resort) "00;31;19;07 the placer county sheriff's office and the da have chosen to prosecute and to go press charges. // they need to be aware that it's not just, oh i can get away with this. it has much farther reaching ramifications."(narr 3) mares triggered the avalanche last week -- while riding with friends at sugar bowl resort -- a popular ski destination just northwest of lake tahoe. resort officials say mares was riding in a *closed* area of the mountain that was off limits -- and the avalanche put other skiers at risk. (sot john monson - director, sales and marketing sugar bowl resort) "00;23;22; those closed s sns are ththe for a reason // 00;25;07;26 this is all about safety. and us wanting to make sure and ensure that we always keep our skiing public as safe as possible."(sot christian michael mares - snowboarder) "00;42;04 i would never purposely do itnot because it is illegal, but because it is dangerous. like i am not trying to go out there and dielike who wants to go out there and be like, hey i am going to go die todayon purpose, that is silly."(narr 4) sugar bowl resort says they won't tolerate any action that endangers their guests and staff -- but mares saysyst's another recent incident on the mountain that is causing resort officials to overreact. (sot christian michael mares - snowboarder) "00;40;55- what happened with carson is bad
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works for them and they cannot find him and now this happened // so they had to protect their ass in order for them to not look bad to the public"(narr 5) mares is referring to 23 year old carson may, a ski instructor at sugar bowl -- who disappeared while sking the mountain last weekekrescue crews were unableleo locate may and called off the search off for him on tuesday. 3 from scooby 3 doo, to the beatles..a famous cartoonist is holding one of the biggest art events right here in siouxland.animator and director ron campbell is known for his work on the beatles yellow submarine, his work on ren and stimpy, and many more. campbell began his career in the fifties, remaining mber one in ratings for his tvtvartoon series, the
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done notable work on the rugrats, smurfs, george of the jungleand krazy kat. 3 "you mean i can do a drawing and it can become a mouse running away from a cat and hitting the cat on the foot with a malete and the cat will jump up in the air and scream? from drawings? from that moment on i was hooked."you can meet campbell and check out his artwork at vangar arts on jackson street.campbell will be live today from 4 to 8 pm, and this tuesday and wednesday from 11 to 7 pm.the event is free and open to the public. 3 last spring, we introduced you to a green beret- turned- football player... nate boyer. the veteran... who served in iraq andnd afghghistan... used his downtime while deployed... teaching himself how to play football. that paid off when he got a rookie free - agent contract with the seattle seahawks. but he got cut from the team before the regular season. now... reporter adriana diaz shows us how the war hero is setting his sights *much* higher.
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boyer intv b cam_ 01 @ 01;06;16;29) boyer: what's up coach? great to see you. coach: good to see you again. (narr 1) on n is day, nana boyer r standing on the sidelines. (ad and nate on sidelines / nate boyer intv b cam_ 01 @ 01;10;26;10 )boyer: i mean, i'm jealous, i'd like to be out there myself.diaz: you're so close, but so far. nb: yeah, exactly.(narr 2) boyer doesn't spend much time on the sidelines.at 23 he volunteered in darfur doing relief work later served tours of duty in iraq and afghanistanjoined the green berets and earned a bronze star became a walk on for the texas longhorns - as 31-year-r-d sophmore and then this summer - he got an unlikely shot at the nfl as a long snapper for the seattle seahawks. (nats: boyer running onto field with flag during pre-season game) (narr 3)but as a 34-year-old rookie boyer knew a permanent spot on the roster was a longshot.(nat/sot - sc headlines/nfl.com)most inspirational sports stories of the summer has come to an abrupt end." // "today we learned boyer has been released by seattle"(sot nate boyer intv a cam_ 1 @ 02;34;20;17)boyer: i was definitely disappointed but // you know i got cut from
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for a living, oh boo hoo... you know? (laughs) (narr 4)the day after he was cut, you could say the nfl came calling again.(replacement sot) (02;04;17;18)long: it was a phone call and nate and i hit it off immediately. (narr 5) rams defensive end chris long. (sot chris long w ad nate boyer intv a cam_ 3 @ 02;05;24;29) long: he didn't strike me as the type of guy that was if football fell through he wasn't going to know what was going to do. // (02;05;37;17) he wants to change the world for the better. (02;05;45;14) so i think football is // it's a platform he's been given.(narr 6)a platform for a mission that now reaches far beyond the gridiron (nats - waterboys)to east africa. (nats - waterboys)(narr 7)long wanted boyer to work with his non-profit group "waterboys." after visiting tanzania in 2013, long founded the organization to build desperately needed clean water wells in the region. not really the kind of thing that tends to get an nfl player in the headlines. (sot chris long 02;02;49;06)long: what makes that life day to day so tough there is the lack of clean water. // (02;04;53;27) there's a lot of people who aren't thinking about east africa, but // when they hear about a hero like nate boyer,
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guy's interested in, i'm interested in because nate vouches for it.' (cover back of sot with chris longcoming to talk with nate and blake / nate boyer intv b cam_ 01 @ 01;15;54;20 )(nat chris and nate handshake) (01;16;43;12) boyer: good luck today, brother. (sot nate boyer 02;18;53;26) boyer: that service that we've given to our country, more than anything, we end up serving those people in the third world and for me this was a way to continue that service in a different manner without picking up a gun. (narr 8)to raise money for waterboys, boyer is climbing africa's highest peak mount kilimanjaro along witfellow war veteran blake watson, who lost his leg in an i-e-d explosion in afghanistan. at a recent rams game, the two got a standing ovation for their fund-raising mission.(nat cheering @ 01;19;00;10 rams stadium announcer). (intv nate boyer 02;25;56;01)diaz: so, do you just keep upping the ante, looking for that mission, you were a green beret, you were a pro football player, now you want to climb mt. kilimananro? boyer: i want to keep pushing the limits and just see how far i can go with anything// (02 28 15) you know, i mean at the end of the day, i failed technically as an nfl player, // (02 30 35) for me, if i don't always you know, reach that pinnacle or catch that
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as long as it's for a good reason and there's good coming out of it for others, that's what's most important to me cause that's what makes me feel good.(narr 9)but make no o mistake... boyer doesn't give up easily.(intv nate boyer 02;40;16;12)diaz: are your football dreams over?boyer: nah. my football dreams will probably never be over. //i'm still training. i'm still snapping, i'm still working out.// i'm not exactly as young as the average undrafted free agent. but it doesn't mean i don't have just as big a heart.(narr 10) and it's certainly in the right place. 3 3 a lot of folks have trouble getting enough sleep. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you how your diet can change the way you sleep. 3 temperatures are just below freezing, but it's just enough to freeze this fog and drizzle across the area.3
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3 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for r southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds wi be breezy creating
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tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the week calls for a big warm up andndlearing skies with temperatures reachingnghe mid 40s by friday. as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple days of february for our next
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3 3 a lot of folks have trouble getting enough sleep.as siouxland news reporter kayla novak shows us...what you eat canhavea big effect on how you sleep. 3 just under half of the american population say they have issues sleeping 3 at night. mercy's clinical dieticians say that having a balanced diet can promote better sleep "so its really important to make sure you are eating several times during the day and just having a well rounded diet is going to help promote sleep too." you can start with choosing whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats. some good choices for lean proteins include chicken without the skin, tofu and low-fat cheeses. "t"t to grill, broil l or bake your meats, and try to oid frying// ififou do occasionally fry, try to choose some more heart healthy oils, maybe use olive oil or canola oil."some healthy fat sources are fish, peanuts, almonds and walnuts. whole grains can be found in breads, crackers and even popcorn..
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example, there are some breads that maybe appear wheat or whole grain but they may just have some carmel coloring that make them appear to be wheat or whole grain but they may not be." also be aware of beverages with hidden sugars and caffeine. "well it is probably best to drink y yr caffeine in the mornrng, you know, maybe a little i ithe afteteoon. but maybe by 2 or 3 o'clock maybe think about discontinuing that caffeine especially if you are very sensitive to it." if you choose to have a bed time snack, make it small and have it an hour or two before bed. a few other things for better sleep are exposure to light, excersise and a positive attitude. kayla novak, siouxland news.
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3 if you have trouble waking up in trouble if you have trouble waking up in the morning, there's an app for that.we'll take a look at microsoft's strange alarm next in your
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33 good morning, , (sioux city)... it's (31) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (jc roofing and insulating) camera. 3 apple has some new toys for tech-minded musicians.here's your c-net tech update. 3 it's time to explore some new ps while 3 we're trapped inside for 3 days. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. "hey folks, as many of you in the u.s. have probably heard by
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storm coming to the east ast withth record snowfall projected in some areas. ***the washington post named it snowzilla. here in new york, your cnet update crew is stocking up on the storm esntials -- bread, canned food, and pointless apps to drain our battery as we dull the pain of being trapped inside all weekend. but storm or no storm, if you're looking to spice up your mobile life, here are some new apps to try out. ***""if you have trouble waking up in the morning, microsoft created something a bit bizzare to get you moving. android users can download the mimicker alarm. (source: microsoft: 00;47;19 - 01;04;16) it makes you play a short game to prove you are awake. using microsoft's facial recognition and machine learning powers, the app will ask you to make a certain type of facial expression before it deems you awake. other challenges include taking a photo of something in the house of a certain color, or verbally repeating a tongue twister. ***""musicians out there may like to try out apple's new music memos app for iphones and ipads. it's a voice memo recorder that can capture details of your cords. it divides the piece into bars
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chord labels. so when creativity strikes, you have something more than just an audio recording. my colleague dan ackerman tried it out with acoustic guitar, and said he found it worked best with strummy simple open chords in 4/4 time - that typical coffee shop sound. but if you get more complex, you may need to manually enter in the chords. it also is designed to work with piano, but you can try it with other instruments or even your voice. when you edit it down to what you like, you can also add drums and bass and share the clip or export it to another program like garage band or logic pro. the garage band app also got a noteable upgrade with new tools for making loops and also a smart drummer.***""if you're keeping occupied with the big football championship games all weekend, facebook just launched a new sports news hub called facebook sports stadium. (source: facebook: 02;05;05 - 02;21;06)it's
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iphone app, but also rolling out to other platforms in the next few weeks. you can follow live scores and play-by-play of games while talking to your friends that are also watching the game. facebook is trying to tackle twitter's real time magic.***""and if you want something different than facebook, there's the brand new peach app, only about two weeks old but has gotten a lot of buzz since it was created by the guy who made vine. it's another place to post the sameme stuff you would share anywhere, but now you can feel like you're speciaiabecause you're one of the first. and we all like feeling special. ***"that's it for this tech news update. but you can catch up on moret cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 winter weather advisories are in effect through this evening for southern parts of siouxland. expect freezing drizzle and areas of freezing fog this morning and 1-3" of snow through tonight. winds will be breezy creating blowing snow across the area. tomorrow skies will start to clear with a high in upper 20s the rest of the e week calls for a big warm up and clearing skies with temperatures reaching the mid 40s by friday. as we head into the weekend there is a slight chance for light rain/snow mix on saturday.the first alert weather team is keeping a very close eye on the first couple
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big storm system. stay tuned!3 3 we'll take a look at your news and weather to go coming up after the brk...you're watching siouxland news at
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3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 millions of people across the east coast are heading back to work this morning after this weekend's deadly winter snowstorm. in the nation's capital they got two feet of snow... and the federal government and schools will stay closed today. much of the nation's air system is slowly starting service back up canceling thousands of flights.the search is still going on for three escaped prisoners in southern california. police say they cut their way out of a maximum security jail in santa ana friday... and used bedsheets and clothing to rappel to freedom. the men are considered armed and dangerous.and... superbowl 50 is all set. peyton manning and the denver broncos will take on cam newton and the carolina panthers next month. the panthers dominated the cardinals... the broncos edged the patriots in the n - f - c and a - f - c championship games. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, january 25th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." millions dig out after the blizzard of 2016. shington, d.c.s still shut down. parts of thth jersey shore are under water. donald trump retakes the lead in iowa, one week before the caucuses, but could another billionaire shake up the race? and we go undercover to see
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