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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 lingering clouds will hang on ththugh morning with some patchy fog. expect some clearing just a bit by the end of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs today should bump up into the lower 50s with breezy south winds. tomorrow look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the area could reach the lower 60s with strong west winds. it also looks like we will see plenty of sunshine for a fabulous end to the week. plenty of sunshine for the weekend also. highs will be in the upper 50s on saturday and just a little cooler with highs s the upper
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3 3 there's a debate raging between silicon valley and the government after apple refuses to comply with a court order to unlock the i - phone belonging to one of the san bernardino killers. c - b - s news correspondent don champion is in new york. 3 24-29 chy: cindy cohn/ electronic frontier foundation 55-104 chy: mandy pifer/ victim's fiance(pkg) tech giant google is standing with apple...as its encryption battle with the government unfolds. in a series of tweets wednesday night the company's chief executive...questioned the validity of a court order...requiring apple to help unlock the i-phone of san bernardino shooter, syed farook... ...saying the move could set a troubling precedent. some i-phone users flocked to this san francisco apple store wednesday to voice their support.(sot cindy cohn/ electronic frontier foundation) we understand that they're standing up for us, and we appreciate them standing up for us. farook and his wife killed 14 people in e december shooting rampage. farook's work-issued i-phone 5c was found in the couple's getaway car. federal investigators want to break farook's passce but first
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that would disable the phone's auto erase feature- which would protect any data about the attack. mandy pifer, whose fiance died in the attack, calls it common sense:(sot mandy pifer/ victim's fiance) i would be outraged if in the future it was used in other ways but this is an investigation into a terror attack in a statement - federal authorities maintained the order and request were only for farook's phone. still - apple ceo tim cook says complying would have chilling consequences. the company plans to appeal as early as next week and is prepared to take its fight to the supreme court. don champion cbs news.3 3 former national security agency contractor edward snowden is also backing apple. snowden was granted asylum
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this the most important technology case in a decade. 3 one man is dead... another in jail... after an argument on sioux city's west side early yesterday morning. now we're hearing from the family of the man who was killed... a a learning more about the *suspect* in this case...just after two yesterday morning 51 - year - old vernon mace was stabbed during a fight outside his home on west 1st street. 47 - year - old elias wanatee was arrested a few hours later and charged with the crime. mace's daughter says she can't believe what happened. 3 "the owner of the house, he was inside and heard my dad and eli outside fighting. and when they got to the door, my dad was coming in the door and he said eli stabbed him in hi lung and to call an ambulance. it should have never happened."3 police say this isn't the first time wanatee has had a
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1990 conviction for 2nd degree murder. in october last year he was arrested for pulling out a dangerous weapon during a fight in a walmart parking lot. he's being in the woodbury county jail now before his first court appearance. 3 and police in south sioux city are looking for someone this morning.these surveillance pictures show the guy they're looking for... wearing a jacket and a hoodie... carrying a large water bottle. it looks like he has a moustache and goatee as well. south kioux city police aren't saying *why* they're looking for him... but if you know who he is you're asked to get in touch with police and pass that information along. 3 new this morning... we know a man wanted for attempted murder hurt an officer before being arrested yesterday36 - year - old jeremy werneburg was wanted in sac county for attempted murder after he police say he hit another man with his car sunday.wednesday... fort dodge police got a tip that werneburg was at a wal - mart.when the officer tried to
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werneburg fought back. the officer hurt his left knee and used a taser on werneburg.werneburg is charged with assault on a peace officer causing injury and interference with official acts causing injury. 3 and in denison now... former police officer ray (oh - ll) ohl organized a protest in front of the city hall yesterday morning.after he was teteinated earlier this month (oh - ll) ohl accused ththcity ofofgiving police chief john emswiler a slap on the wrist for having inappropriate files on his computer. the department of criminal investigations and the crawford county attorney both investigated the issue and punishmed him... but did *not* charge the chief with any crimes. both agencies say they've sent the case to the attorney general in des moines for an unbiased opinion. 3 students and a local non - profit group are teaming up to end bullying in sioux city schools.students at spalding park elementary school hosted members of the council on sexual assault and domestic
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school's positive spartans program for a bullying prevention assembly. itit one of four meetings the groups hold each year at the schools... one every academic quarter. 3 "they really like it it's a good reminder because when we do it quarterly then it starts to become more intrinsic and it becomes more in grained that they realize just like once a year something. it's not enough it's important to do it on regular constant bases because then they start maintaining that mindset that i need to be a buddy and 3 not a bully"the message of each assembly changes between the grade levels. younger students learned to use kind words while older students were cautioned about spreading rumors. 3 "siouxland federal credit union presests the jefferson award." 3 each month siouxland news and the siouxland federal credit union give a local volunteer a
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way of recognizing folks in siouxland dedicated to public service. this morning our own (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran introduces us to this month's recipient. he's the president of a longtime business in erokee... - j manufacturing. and he has a longtime dedication for donating blood... almost 30 years. 3 meet steve thomas. you 3 can call him a life saver. "he's given so much back to the siouxland community, that we could never thank him and all of our generous donors." becacae he's made 127 blood donations, equivalent to 15 gallons."i wanted to pay back."." thomas has bebe rolling up his sleeves, helping the community for 27 years."and that is just so hard to think of how much blood that is. that's almost 16 gallons of blood. that's enough blood to save the lives of 381 people. that's more than the population of salix, iowa."that's why life serve nominated the long-time donor. "i was surprised. i didn't quite understand what it was until i was contact by clair at the blood blank and she's the one who nominated and that make it okay as far as i was ncern. anything to omote ththblood bank."omas first gave blood in 1989, when his wife lori started having
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complications with my wife and youngest daughter and it involved a lot blood donations from the blood bank."expecting a normal delivery, thomas drove her to the hospital where they expected a normal delivery..instead, his wife was rushed to sioux city, because of her non-stop bleeding. so, thomas jumped right in...literally, saving s wife's life."such a righteous cause and we need blood all the time. anybody that can give blood, it doesn't hurt, it's fun, it's a real social experience."this is what makes thomas our jefferson award recipient. reporting in sioux city, i'm jetske wauran siouxland news.3 3 if you k kw someone whwhs
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nominate them! just go to our website at siouxland news dot com to fill out the nomination form under the jefferson awards tab. 3 the winner of the westminster got a tasty treat at new york's sardi's restaurant... a reward for being named best in show tuesday night.this year's top dog is a three - - year - old german shorthair pointer named c - j. he beat out more than 27 - hundred other purebred pups at the 140 - th westminster kennel club dog show. cheering crowds just about filled new york's madison square garden to watch judges determine the best of the dog world.almost 200 different breeds and varieties were trying to take home the silver bowl ophy. only dogs who have already earned american kennel club championships are allowed to compete. 3
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3 3 we were pretty close to normal yesterday, but that is going to change today. your forecast is next. 3 3 coming up... ininhe chaos of the syrian civil war... there's evidence groups supported by the u - s have started to fight each other trying to get territory. but that's not all that's going wrong... we'll show you why the negotiated ceasefire looks like it might *not* happen. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 lingering clouds will hang on through morning with some patchy fog. expect some clearing just a bit by the end of the 3 day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs today should bump up into the lower 50s with breezy south winds.tomorrow look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the area could reach the lower 60s with strong west winds. it also looks like we of sunshine for a fabulous end to the week. plenty of sunshine for the weekend also. highs will be in the upper 50s on saturday and just a little cooler with highs in the upper 40s on sunday.
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3 about on facebook this morning... 3 3 stores are falling behind when comes to chip - enabled credit cards.... marlie hall is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 a new survey finds, businesses are falling behind when it comes to accepting chip-enabled credit cards. according to management consulting firm the
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percent of businesses can read the cards.the chip technology is widely used in canada and europe and@considered more secure than traditional require the swipe of a magnetic stripe.///markets closed in positive territory wedneday.the dow added 257 points.the nasdaq gained 98./// luxury carmaker aston martin is developing the brand's first electric vehicle.and it's teaming up with a chinese tech company to do it.the new electric version will come to market in 20-18.///a new survey finds eighty percent of millenials say they're fearful about preparing their taxes. according to nerd wallet and harris poll that's the highest of any age group.almost a quarter of those nervous 18 to 34 year-olds say their biggest worry is making a mistake on their returns.///that's your money watch. for more log on to cbs money watch dot com. in new york im marlie hall.
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3 even with negotiation about a ceasefire... the civil war in syria has not cooled down. russia is continuing its aerial bombardment of rebel forces fighting against the assad regime. holly williams shows us how the chaos now has u - s - backed rebel groups turning on each other. and a warning to you... some of the pictures in this story might be disturbing to some viewers. 3 (white helmets digging through ruins of building)(youtube) from beneath the rubble of a shattered building, a little boy waves his hand, telling rescue workers he's still alive(allahu akhbar - excited white helmet volunteers).. seconds later they free him.bloodied, but still breathing.(second video - digging for baby..baby's body) (youtube)they also dig frantically for a baby..but when they get to this child, it's too late.(cluster bombs and tel rifaat))outube) can't independently verify these videos - but they appear to show the syrian regime's new offensive in aleppo province, which is backed by russian airstrikes.(cbs video holly with hassan haj ali, youtube video of his group using tow missiles)hassan haj ali is a rebel commander who tolds his men have received weons from the us - and are trying to fight off the assault.(soundbite - arabic -
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kills women and children they're sending a message, he told us. they're saying you have to leave the rebel-held areas.(youtube: more bombardment... troops running in wreckage)as the regime and russia bombard aleppo province, the battlefield there has become even more chaotic.(youtube)now there's evidence that groups supported by the us have started to fight each other.(cbs video then sky news video of kurds) hassan haj ali - along with other us-backed commanders - told us they're now doing battle with kkdish fighters.and the kurdish groups also receive american support. (soundbite// cbs video)our american friends said they'd put pressure on the kurds to stop the clashes, he told us, but there's no
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3 after that blizzard a few weeks ago... maybe you're looking for a wind break to stop the snow on your property.kevin (duh - - bore) deboer might be able to help you out. wait'll you hear how fast this hybrid tree can grow. that's next... in "proud to be a hometown farmer." 3 temperatures have fluctuated a bit overnight, but prepare for a big warm up today. another look at your forecast is coming up.
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meteorologist cat taylor"3 3 lingering clouds will hang on
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clearing just a bit by the end of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs today should bump up into the lower 50s with breezy south winds. tomorrow look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the area could reach the lower 60s with strong west winds. it also looks like we will see plenty of sunshine for a fabulous end to the week. plenty of sunshine for the w wkend also. highs will be in the upper 50s on saturday and just a little cocoer with highs in thehepper 40s on sunday. 3 3 kevin (duh - bore) deboer has thousands of crops and dozens of varieties dozens of of
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3 3 kevin (duh - bore) deboer has thousands of crops and dozens of varieties growing at his farm near akron iowa.he's been farming a *specialty* crop for 28 years. this week in "proud to be a hometown farmer" we'll find out why they call him the "tree man."" 3 "he's a little camera shy." yep...that's an emu...3 named "bigbird.""they lay their eggs according to australia summers, which is our winters."but exotic animals aren't the only things kevin deboer's growing at his farm near akron.just look *past* paco the alpaca."yep, this is our family t te."and this family *knows* trees... there's enough of'em growiwi here."about 8,000."38 varieties from spruce..."it looks like they're going to do qutie well."to hackberry."i have to keep a snow fence around every one of them. the rabbits will get in by these trees and just gnaw them off."
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time to start talkin' windbreaks...and kevin has just the tree...it's called a hybrid wililw.it grows fast... "so in about a year-and-a-half time i'vf got some twenty- footers."and it's good at what it does."this is probably one of the better ones to block wind and snow in the winter time." cut "that tree is probably five-and-a-half, six- feet tall."kevin sells these trees that do a job...to trees that'll just look good on your property.crop that grow almost everywhere...but one of the few farmers turning this crop into a busisiss.they don't call kevin deboer the "tree man" for nothing. 3 during the winter kevin keeps busy raising g gs with his brothers. if you think of a farmer that might be great on "proud to be a hometown farmer" tell us about them!you can nominate them on our web site... or you can e - mail me at j - heller at
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3 3 still to come... pope francis is wheels up on his way totorome after a whirlwlwd trip to mexico. we'll wrap up the e sy week. you're watching siouxland news at sunrise.
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3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist
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taylor.3 3 lingering clouds will hang on through morning with some patchy fog.g.xpect some clearing just a bit by the end of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs today should bump up into the lower 50s with breezy south winds. tomorrow look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the area could reach the lower 60s with strong west winds. it also looks like we will see plenty of sunshine for a fabulous end to the week. plenty of sunshine for the weekend also. highs will be in the upper 50s on saturday and just a little
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3 pope francis wrapped up a five - day whirlwind visit to mexico with an outdoor mass in a town just a stone's throw from the u - s border. he was asking catholics to open their hearts to migrants who often become victims of murder... rape... and human trafficking as they search for a better life. c - b - s news correspondent adriana diaz is in mexico city. 3 :35-:40 hilda villegas / catholic1:00-1:10 adriana diaz / mexico citytrt 1:25pkgpope francis 3 bid farewell to mexico, as he last stop was in juarez, where he celebrated an open air mass just 50 yards from the us border. he delivered a blunt message of solidarity with migrants. nats...francis no more death! no more exploitation! he said nats: francis "we cannot deny the humanitarian crisis" the pope said. acknowledging those who
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often enslaved, imprisoned or extorted. francis urged people to put a human face on victims instead of thinking of them as mere statistics. sot: hilda villegas/ catholic: "i think the moral of that is that he's coming to tell us that all of us (have) responsibility to do something about it. nats clapping.thousands watched the mass just across thr border in el paso, texas.s. nats earlier, the pope walked up a ramp to pray for the immigrants gathered on the other side of the fence in texas. he received an enthusiastic welcome. nats papa francisco! he also prarad r those who've died trying to cross the border. (adriana diaz / mexico city, mexico) pope francis stopped short of asking the us to open its borders. but his visit to the us and mexico where immigration reform is hotly debated. during his five day mexico's poorest and most dangerous areas. he said at from seeing so much hope in those who've suffered so news, mexico city. 3 the pope tweeted from his plane... thanking the mexican people for opening
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3 a famous sportscaster will get this year's al neuharth award fofoexcellence in media from u - s - d.e - s - p - n anchor chris berman will get the honor at a ceremony in washington d - c this june. since joining e - s - p - n in 1979 berman has hosted a bunch of different studio shows... including the network's sunday n - f - l countdown. he's been the host of e - s - p - n's n - f - l draft coverage since 1987... and covered golf's u - s open for almost 30 years. 3 south dakota's governor is having a change of heart. now he's agreed to meet with transgender students before deciding the fate of controversial legislation that'll affect them. 3 the bill on daugaard's desk will force transgender students to use the bathroom d lockereroom associated with their gender at birth. yesterday morning the governor's office called an l - g - b - t support group saying he wouldn't be able to meet them. but now that
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the governor will also meet with sponsors of the bill before making his decision. 3 iowa utilities regulators *still* haven't reached a decision over the oposed bakken oil pipeline.the iowa utilities board heard evidence in favor and against that pipeline over four days of hearings last week... and now they plan to hold *another* meeting to talk about it. the board says it'll meet friday afternoon to debate the project... which would run through counties between the south dakota and illinois borders. the board was originally expected to make a decision in december. iowa is the *only* state involved in the project that has yet to approve the pipeline. 3 the cardiology unit at sioux city's mercy medical center is being recognized for improving its treatment of patients.the american hehet association esented mercy with a *bronze e quality achievement award* as part of the heart association's "get with the guidelines" quality improvement program. the award recognizes the steps
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three months toward improving patient outcomes. 3 "and here at mercy they have shown again and again that they have a true commitment to quality of heart failure and our stroke programs and really to all of the cardio vascular care that is done right here at the heart center at mercy."mercy says if its improvement continues over the next year... it'll get a silver award. and then a gold award if the improvements continue over the next two years. 3 winnavegas casino resort is helping a local man fulfill a dying wish.24 - year - old tony (luke - en) lukken of seeant bluff is suffering from duchenne muscular dystrophy... which has confined him to a wheelchair and will take his life in the next six months. before he dies... he's said he wants to go to las vegas. 3 "the main thing he's talked about is there ginormous ferris wheel; he wants to see the lights of vegas at night time, // to see at
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culture from the midwest and to feel that."the trip will cost about 7,000 dollars because of his condition. he'd already raised 5 thousand of that before yesterday's 2 - thousand dodoar donation from nnavegas to help him with his goal. 3 it's a sound that makes almost all of us cringe. the dentist's drill. but now there's a pain free alternative to fixing cavities. as reporter melissa howell shows us... it could change your fear of going to the dentist. 3 ****nats of dentist drill**** it's a souou that strikes fear in children and adults.(drill nats)the dentist drill!the fill and drill method to cut out cavitiesnats(dentist on patient)"perfect!"but you won't hear that dreaded sound at dr. jason hirch's practice. ((****nats***))nats (dentist on patient)"open a tiny bit bigger, thank you."this is how the pediatric dentist is treati tooth decay---with fluoride and floss. nats (dentist on patient)"takes about 2 and a half minutes for it set."the silver diamine fluori method is
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dr. jason hirsch/pediatric dentist"we're treating it like a chronic disease rather than as an acute diseasewhich is the old mentality of see a cavity, drill a cavity."the university of sydney found using silver diamine fluoride reduced the need for fillings by 30 to 50 percenennats (dentist on patient)"we'll do one more and then you're all finished for the day."hirsch began using the product in april---'s tested it on 50 patients--all of them--cavity free. no-surgery...no sedation- sotdiana greene/mom "it's worked for us."two of those patients---sisters six- year-old emily and four-year- old victoria."knowing that no shots had to be done, and no anesthesia had to be done and they're not traumatized about having to come to the dentist." [split scrcrn]the no-drill method is alsoso a fraction of the cost....((graphics))at about 100 dollars a visit. ((graphics))drilling and esthesia--- when not covered by insurance--- can cost nearly three to five thousand dollars.sotdr. jason hirsch/pediatric dentist"this is very disruptive in that it has the ability to be more effective and lower the cost for everybody."((****nats***)) and that cost difference---- is the "root" of the problem r the dental community..
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doesn't yeild as big a profit as drilling. [art graphic] across the country.((show graphics))dentists have been caught cashing in on overdrilling and un- procedures- collecting millions from medicaid. dr. hirsch's hoping the procedure will catch on in the dental community and cut down on drilling for profit.sotdr. jason hirsch/pediatric dentist "things are going to change, they have to change for patients."melissa howell reporting. 3 as of january... the american dental sociation created an insurance coco for thprocedure. but you'll need to check with your own insurance company to see if they'll cover it. 3 southeast australia is being invaded... by tumbleweeds.truckloads of the stuff fills streets and yards.
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under... and dry conditions have led to a mper crop of tuleweed. in some places fluffy weeds have piled as high as roof tops. the city council in this town won't help with the cleanup because it's not considered a fire problem on their own is leaving locals exhausted. the strain of tumbleweed causing the trouble is named "hairy panic." locals think it's coming from a nearby field that a farmer hasn't 3 3 3 3 it's time to see what's new in high tech toys. we'll take a look... next... in your c - net tech update. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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heller and meteorologist 3 cat taylor" 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 lingering clouds will hang on through morning with some patchy fog. expect some clearing just a bit by the end of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs today should bump up into the lower 50s with breezy south winds. tomorrow look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the area could reach the lower 60s with strong west winds. it also looks like we will see plenty of sunshine for a fabulous end to the week. plenty of sunshine for the weekend also. highs will be in the upper 50s on saturday and just a little cooler with highs in the upper
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3 companies are finally moving away from just slapping an ipad or iphone screen on a toy and calling it a tech toy. here's your c - net tech update. 3 "it's time to see what justice is being done to high tech toys (???) i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. ***" oh hey, i found rey. i'm here at the new york toy fair and it's a bit special for me this year because i'm about to be a mom soon, if you couldn't tell. and this is where we get to see how playtime is evolving for the next generation. and every year, playtime gets a little more high tech.for starters, this year kids can make their own plastic action figures with 3d printing machines -- and depending on the age, it's
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use these machines unsupervised. this fall, mattel is selling the thingmaker for $300 dollars. the 3d printer creates objects from spools of melted colored plastic. you use an app to pick from a pre-set selection of toys, but you can snap several pieces together to make an action figure or jewelery. the door locks so you can't get hurt during the printing process. we used to make things with play-doh, or the easy bake oven, or jelly creepy crawlers bugs, now it's all about melting your own plastic toys.but it's not all so expensive. the 3doodler start is a $40-dollar 3d printing pen. it is so kid safe, you can melt the plastic right on your skin and it doesn't burn you. it's sort of like a hot glue gun in concept, you load up the plastic and you can draw in the air -- wait about 10 seconds for the plastic to cool to keep going, and you can make anything. toys, art, jewelery. it ships in may. "back to mattel, it also upgraded the virtual reality view master to now include a headset jack. you still need to put a phone inside to experience the programs, can cut for time:but on some games, a sibling without a headset can play along, acting as a guide to decypher puzzles. the new view master 2.0 model costs $40, which is 10-bucks more than before,
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always puts a new uch on tech, and this year she has her own drone. but she would rather have you call it a hoverboard. this remote controlled flying quad copter has barbie fixed on top, and comes out in the fall for $60. and she can fly her drone to her brand new smart home dreamhouse. the barbie hello dreamhouse has speech recognigition. say, "hello dreamhouse" followed by a command, and you can turn on the elevator, turn on different lights, or throw a dance party. the party doesn't come cheap, this dollhouse is $300.and when i look back at the tech toys from previous yes, it's clear that companies are moving away from just slapping an ipad or iphone screen on a toy and calling it a tech toy. you don't need apps, and wether you're talking to barbie's dreamhome or to playmate's talk to me mikey ninja turtle, which has hundreds of replies to kid questions -- these toys are not storing information in any server in some cloud. the tech this year just gives it a slight new twist, so kids still need to use with good ol' make believe and imagination.
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3 a man was surprised to get his lost wallet back... most of it anyway. we'll take a look at the letter that has new yorkers in stitches. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 we are just a little bit warmer than we were this time yesterday. tomorrow will be
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3 good morning, (downtown sioux city)... it's (36 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 a new yorker who lost his wallet at a concert got *some* of his valuables back now... after the roer decided to kind - of... sort - of... do the right thing. most of items were returned... along with a brutally honest letter that's been called "the most new york note imaginable"... as c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos shows us... it's got the city laughing. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- (nat sound)he went to a wilco ncert in brooklyn, and when reilly flaherty got home he realized, uh oh, lost my wallet.(reilly flaherty/lost wallet)"i have that classic freakout moment."but the really freaky part happened later.(reilly flaherty/lost wallet)"two weeks later this crazy envelope just shows up. dear reilly flaherty. i found your wallet and your drivers license. had your address. so here's your credit cards and other important stuff."that's
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reilly had already replaced his license and credit cards. the bad news...(kelly ripa/host, "live with kelly and michael")"i kept the cash because i needed weed (laughter)."(reilly flaherty/lost wallet)"the metrocard because, well, the fare's two-75 now and the wallet cause it's kinda cool." at least the wallet-napper has good taste, it's a handmade leather wallet. reilly posted the letter on social media, writing "thanks...i think." (jeanne moos/cnn correspondent "next thing you know the letter is on the front page of the paper and it's being read aloud on national tv."(kelly ripa/host, "live with kelly and michael")"enjoy the rest of your day. toodles. anonymous (laughter, clap)." toodles? what kind of half good samaritan, half thief talks like a teenager.(nat sound)"toodles."(reilly flaherty/lost wallet)"the ironic thing is that we could have been good friends. we both like wilco, indie music, same taste in wallets."it's such a new york thing. a little selfish, a little selfless. (kelly ripa/host, "live with kelly and michael") "anonymous' honesty is actually kind of charming?" (reilly flaherty/lost wallet) "you know we've got this pot
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hand scrawled 3 letter with a charlie brown stamp. maybe that's a clue. maybe charlie brown did it. (peanuts) "good grief!"jeanne moos, c-n-n, new york. 3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 lingering clouds will hang on through morning with some patchy fog. expect some clearing just a bit by the end of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs today should bump up p to the lower 50s with breezy south winds. tomorrow look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the area could reach the lower 60s with strong west winds. it also looks likee will see plenty of sunshine for a fabulous end to the week. plenty of sunshine for the weekend also. highs will be in the upper 50s on saturday and just a little cooler with highs in the upper 40s on sunday.
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3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...astronaut scott kelly is almost done with his year - long stay aboard the international space station... but before he goes... he's sharing some amazing views of the world. check out these photos kelly posted tuesday on his twitter pagethe pipiures show a snow - covered area... green and blue seas... even orange sands and a yellow desert. kelly is supposed to return to earth next month.
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3 coming up in your 6 o'clock hour... every major automaker is testing cars that can drive themselves. we'll show you what it's like to ride in one.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.keep it right here on siouxland news at
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3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will radar on lincoln way and glenn ave.have 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 the white house is expected to talk about plans today for president obama's historic trip to cuba. the visit could happen as early as next month. it'll be the first trip to cuba by a sitting u - s president in almost ninety years. it comes after cuba and the u - s moved to re - open diplomatic relations 15 months ago.the debate between silicon
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rageing on after apple refused to comply with a court order to unlock the i - phone of san bernardino shooter... (sigh - eed) syed (fuh - rook) farook. wednesday... google's chief executive sided with the apple... but others... including one san bernardino *victim*... sympathized with federal authorities. the government is demanding apple create software that would disable the i - phone's auto erase feature. apple intends to file an appeal of the ruling as early as next week.republican presidential candidates also weighed in on the apple issue during town hall events last night. donald trump and ted cruz agree apple should comply... marco rubio says the issue is complicated. rubio picked up a key endorsement yesterday from south carolina governor nikki haley ahead of the state's republican primary saturday. 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, the first american woman to complete the world
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continents in seven days. 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 lingering clouds will hang on through morning with some patchy fog. expect some clearing just a bit by the end of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs today should bump up into the lower 50s with breezy south winds. tomorrow look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the area could
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strong west winds. it also looks like we will see plenty of sunshine for a fabulous end to the week. plenty of sunshine for the weekend also. highs will be in the upper 50s on saturday and just a little cooler with highs in the upper 40s on sunday. 3 3 3 every major car company is testing cars that can drive themselves... but researchers say there is a *long* way to go before these vehicles take over the road. one major hurdle is giving the cars the ability to make the right decision when faced with common sense... even morale dilemmas. reporter peter greenberg takes a look. 3 :27 - :34 raj rajkumar/carne gie mellon university professor :52 - :56 gill pratt/toyota research institute ceotrt - 1:30 pkg (nats)"looks like a regular car"to see where autonomous vehicles are heading - (nats) "autonomous driving"we went
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rajkumar at carnegie mellon university, where the technolgy was created over 30 years ago.(peter) "so for all those people who say will are going to be driving in a driverless car tomorrow you say?"(raj rajkumar/carnegie mellon university professor) "just wait."(nats) "the magic all happens here." because - despite all this technology and decades of researchthe driverless car still has a way to go. (sot-raj rajkumar/carne gie mellon university professor) "the biggest nightmare that people like me think about is that somebody deploys this technology prematurely and the car hits a stroller."gill pratt heads the toyota research institute, (toyota handout video) a billion dollar global initiative from the manufacturer to fast track the driverless car. (peter) "how do you program in human decision making // moral and ethical choices that hopefully we'd make into this driverless car?"(gill pratt/toyota research institute ceo) "what you're really talking in artificial intelligence is called planning."planning for a near infinite number of ethical scenarios like this. say your car is approaching a head-on collison. to avoid the oncoming vehicle, your car can only move right because crossing the yellow line on
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but what if there's a person - or even a group of people - to your right? (nats) back on the road at carnegie mellon, our detour... (nats) "wow. you just had to take over." and professor rajkumar takes the wheel. evidence - that autonomous vehicles still have miles to go. for cbs this morning, peter greenberg. 3 in the next few years there'll be more incremental changes to make cars drive on their own. researchers say true autonomous cars are still a good *ten* years away. 3 one man is dead... another in jail... after an argument on sioux city's west side early yesterday morning. now we're hearing from the family of the man who was killed... and learning more about the *suspect* in this case...just after two yesterday morning 51 - year - old vernon mace was stabbed during a fight outside his home on west 1st street. 47 - year - old elias wanatee was arrested a few hours later and charged with the crime. mace's daughter says she can't believe what happened.
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was inside and heard my dad and eli outside fighting. and when they got to the door, my dad was coming in the door and he said eli stabbed him in his lung and to call an ambulance. it should have never happened." he said i stabbed him in his lungses to call an ambulance. >> it's not the first time he's had a run in with the law he was paroled after second-degree murder. he was arrested last year for a lot. police are looking for someone this morning the surveillance shows the guy they're looking for carrying a
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looks like he has a mustache. new information about a man wanted for attempted murder. he hurt an officer before being arrested yesterday. he was wanted for attempted murder after police say he hit another man with his car sunday. wednesday, he was at a wal-mart when the officer tried to arrest him at the store, he fought back. the officer hurt his left knee and used a taser on him. he's charged with assault on a peace officer. former police officer was terminated this month. he accused him of giving him a slap on the wrist for having
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he was punished but did not charge the chief with any crimes both say they sent the case to the attorney general to get an unbiased opinion. students and a local nonproperty group are teaming up against bullying. east middle school is having a antibullying assembly. >> they really like it. it's a good reminder. when enwe do it quarterly, it starts to become more ingrained. having it once a year is not enough. it's important to do it on a
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get the mind set of i need to be a buddy and not a bully >> others were cautioned about spreading rumors the apple company is going to defy a court order and help the officer break into an iphone. they warned it would create a back door to the iphone. they say such a move would render tens of millions of devices vulnerable. the federal government battle it out in this explosive case, what does it mean for the i-phone users in the united
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they look at this case. >> reporter: government investigators say it owes the families of the san bernardino victims a thorough investigation. one security expert says that the court order demanding they create a back door creates a slippery slope. >> fbi director and the attorney general appear to be willing to role the dice with every american. >> reporter: they say using it only once on one phone but they say it can be used on any device and seriously compromising apple's users. opinions are mixed. >> i think security should take precedent over privacy >> i don't think that the fbi
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>> i do think privacy is important. >> any owner should stand up and take notice because any flaw introduced like a back door into the popular i-phone is like ringing the dinner bell for a hacker. >> they'll figure it out and then everybody is laying bare. many legal analysts agree, this could go all the way to the u.s. supreme court. >> it's a complicated issue. >> in washington, i'm jeff barnes reporting. >> report the memory crystals in the superman movies? >> no. >> the classic movies, now there's a real-life equivalent that can store computer data for billions of years which is crazy.
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the findings will be delivered in california. it gives data on disks >> they store information in five dimensions. each disk holds up to 360 tera bytes. to put that in perspective, a single iphone has the same amount of technology that nasa used to send people to the moon. >> it's crazy but this is really cool. it's a way to save history for a long period of time.
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sports is next. we're checking up with moose you want to check in. >> how is it going? morning, moose? >> it's thursday, right? >> i think so. yes. >> doesn't feel like it. how does it feel like the end of the week all week long >> i had that feeling too. >> we kept talking about today like it was friday last night. we're just all excited to see the warm temperatures. >> i guess so. >> maybe that's what it is. sure.
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>> i'll tell you i have my sunbathing suit -- i got my shirts all ready to go and the lotion out, ready to go. >> speaking of summer we have the story about crazy tumble weed in australia >> you probably can't see the video, but some are higher than people's doorways >> wow. >> it's pretty much summer in australia now. >> is that like tumble weed storms? that's huge. >> they think it's a farmer who didn't take care of his field and all of these tumble weeds are blowing in from his field. >> that's raisey. >> i don't think they're like
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>> i saw one in nebraska once. >> like that, i've never seen before >> they're called harry panic >> i can understand why. >> can you imagine if it was normal when you went to bed and got up and there was 8 feet of tumble weed in the morning? >> it looks like a bunch of fur that grew up around the house. >> it's not like you can light it on fire. they can't take it in a field or something and light it on fire because of the drought. >> that's crazy. >> the winner, cj, that german short haired pointer, got a steak dinner in new york.
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they're serving it to him on a silver platter. >> although the trophy is a big silver bowl. honestly, that looks like chicken. >> i bet it tastes like chicken too. it's white. >> it's all good. >> that dog doesn't care he beat out the -- >> hash tag too much. i get it.
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>> we have a little bit of haze, that's a little bit of fog we have this morning. satellite and radar showing that we do have a lot of cloud cover and we don't have any chance of seeing not clouds. we're looking at visibility pretty much at ten miles. pretty clear here, we're seeing fog, and then not bad, we have some breezy winds if we look at current temperatures, this is what are highs look like for yesterday and we're going to get warmer. the winds, they're keeping the fog at bay. there is the chance to see that fog continue to come back throughout the day and it's all because of the stationary front. it's going to very slowly creep past and what it's going to do
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today as well as keep the fog a possibility for today as well overnight, that's going to allow us to get warmer over night with temperatures in the 40s. looking at the black lines gradient. you can see some breezy winds and more tomorrow with windy conditions i say cold front, but i mean a boundary. something that is going to create some wind and showers tonight and into tomorrow. but tomorrow, we're looking at some sunny conditions and then windy conditions that's the good news. this morning, the trip to the bus stop is going to be like the high temperature, although, the patchy fog is a possible. mostly cloudy for today, 52 degrees. can't complain about that. as we head into tonight, there's a possibility, a few showers, clearing skies, 41 for the high gust of 40 miles per hour possible.
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at sunny but windy, 60 degrees. the good news is, once we head into saturday, the winds calm down, we'll see plenty of sunshine and going to feel very warm. here's a look at the morning sports. they have sure been giant killers their resume includes wins and most recently 11th ranked and they met in the home of the warriors in the semifinals. valley gets on the board. there's the jumper, moments later, getting on the board. jordon with the 3. warriors up 1.
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up 3. starting to pull away. going to shoot the three and miss it. getting the board and back. later in the first, from downtown again it's another three. warriors up 7. the region titles saturday night. warriors win. visiting 11-10, region action. monarch on the board first. they came back with sweet moves. high off of the draft. down 3-2. they had something going down low. 5-2 monarch. taking control of the game.
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rebound, making the free throw they go onto win it 66-40. the other half of the 4a regional one hosting storm lake looking for their first win. a drive and a layup. she hits the free throw. jim schieder, up 47-13. next time down the court, katrina getting the layup 49-13 bulldogs. pouring it on and pulling up for three. and later in the third, rachel gets the short jumper. tornadoes still down big. bulldogs cruise 53-22.
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bracket. north is up 6. coming on strong. north would answer with the corner 3 from haleigh gibson. a little more, that is a left hand for the lay in. east comes roaring back. they get west in the semis at 7 p.m. here's the rest of the 5a regional bracket. they will play power house tuesday night. the 4a region one bracket looks like this. playing at number 3 saturday night. they visit spencer at the same time.
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ups are set and in region 1. number 8, saturday at 7 p.m. the indians edge out tonight 50-48. in region 2, number 4 cherokee places clear lake, the braves win 80-52 last night. here it is, number two, morningside. chargers looking for the first win in over four years. 21-13 the second quarter. getting the three-point play. coming back with a lefty jumper
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that was a career high. she brought it last night. but the defending national champs were not beatable yesterday. 95-79 is the final. on the men's side, hosting north side. first point belonging to the mustangs. scoring down low. this is a top-scoring team of
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18 points on six 3-pointers iowa down 7 getting the layup and the foul. just over 9 seconds left. puts it back. penn state upsets iowa. thank you for being with us. have great morning. thank you. the stars came out to support disney's latest animated film. your sunrise to entertainment after the break. and be glad we're not dealing with last year's
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we're dealing with the e e 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 lingering clouds will hang on through morning with some patchy fog. expect some clearing just a bit by conditions. right outside of our studios, doesn't look like we're seeing much of a haze this morning thanks to fog some areas, we're pretty socked in with the clouds this morning that's going to continue throughout the day today. but if you look at the wind gusts, we're going to see some higher wind gusts move in tomorrow and could see gusts up
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the good news is, by the time we head into friday night into saturday morning, looking at those winds, they're calming down quickly here's what you can expect tonight. we have seen winds battling it out with fog. tonight, we do have a little bit of a chance of some rain showers especially in the northern half, tomorrow looks like it's going to be sunny and windy at 60 degrees. it won't quite feel very warm but that's different on saturday going to feel nice and warm on saturday. jesse owens gets his own bio pick and the stars come out to
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>> jason walked the red carpet. it's a place where animals across the food chain work and live together. >> my character believes anyone can be anything. jason's character believes you are what you are. >> it opens march 4th. a new film about an olympic hero. >> you want to win a medal? >> the african-american track and field star. he won 4 gold medals. >> humanitarian and those are the things -- >> "saturday night live" alum
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the the the cbs sit come is about two recovering addicts. >> here's what we're talking about on facebook. eric is going to grill some steak. >> work on a beautiful day this weekend. >> if you work outside, it will be good news >> it will be good news. >> what are you going to do with the warm weather? a battery recycling center shut down but folks are still feeling the effects of that a year later. why the state is asking for federal help cleaning the site
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>> we look outside on the 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" this is news at sunrise on kmeg 14. good morning. thank you for joining us. >> i'm excited for this warm weather. >> i am too. i love getting good news >> no blizzards, no freezing going on. warming up. >> 60s, i'm excited. if you look at the great lakes counter top, you can see things are calm and quiet. some areas are seeing fog radar looking nice and clear. the visibility, you can see we are having this fog about 4-miles, not too bad it's not a dense fog, but there is a possibility that we see
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that's going to be about a 50/50 chance. it basically is blowing the fog around, keeping it from getting too dense, it is a possibility we see it hanging through the day and we're going to get patchy fog. 49, mostly cloudy, still warm 52 by dinner time. >> the battery plant near los angeles shut down in 2014 and left dangerous levels of lead in the soil. the governor is asking the state legislature for funds to fix them. >> she no longer allows the children to play in her yard. >> before, my kids were play on the ground and i didn't know i
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>> her home sits where these smokestacks were pumping lead into the air for years. it's above levels for hazardous wastes by california state standards. several members of her family suffer from health conditions including her five-year-old disabled son. >> i feel like my whole family has been taking advantage but help. it's taking time and the damage has been done. >> since 1981, the technologies recycled car batteries using a temporary permit which allowed them to sidestep waste laws for 30 years during that time, the company was cited by the department of toxic substances at least ten times and issued $1.3 million in fines
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they made a deal with the federal government to shut down and set aside 9 many ill i don't know dollars in a trust for cleanup. >> i see it as an environmental issue. >> reporter: she's been pushing the state to do more for months she says the $176 million plan is a start but it may not be enough to make these families whole again. >> i think they failed them. >> reporter: state officials say this size of a cleanup could take a well over $176 million but they don't know company exact amount until they start the process of cleaning up it could take several years to finish. the cardiology unit is being recognized for improving its treatment of patients
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presented mercy with an achievement award. the award recognizes is steps mercy has taken towards improving patient outcomes >> here at mercy, they have shown again and again they have a true commitment to the quality of heart failure and our stroke programs to all of the cardiovascular care done at mercy >> it says, if it's improvement continues, it will get a silver award and a gold award if it years. a vegas casino resort is wish. he's confined to a wheelchair, before he dies, he wants to go
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>> he talks about the big ferris wheel and see the lights at nighttime and see the excitement and the different cultures of the midwest and the lights and the excitement and to feel that. >> the trip costs about $7000 because of his condition. he had already raised 5,000 of that before yesterday before the denation to help him reach his goal. a priest is offering confessions on the go. when the father hits the road looking for sinners, he rides around in a converted ambulance. >> with the father hits the roads seeking sinners, this is how he rolls >> the need to go to our brothers and our sisters and to bring them the gospel. >> reporter: what the father calls his spiritual care unit
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a converted ambulance. >> with it, he goes searching for catholics who has wondered away from the church. >> they can kneel here and make confessions or we can visit face to face. >> the call from the pope for outreach. >> what do people think? i'm going to do a mobile confessional? >> the idea came a few years ago when he was serving at a hospital. he thought the same ambulances that transported the injured might be able to rescue souls a friend of the church bought it for $4100. he silenced the siren, added a logo and jesus on the side door. i looked and said, i think they made a mistake. they put it backwards. >> because an ambulance, when
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you and you look in the rear-view mirror, then you can read it in your mirror. if you look in the mirror, you see confessions appropriately. >> they travel with what you call a spiritual support team ready to recruit sinners he's traveled 2000-miles, made 3 dozen stops and listened to 700 confessions at youth events and mardi gras. that's where bete found him. >> i realized this was here and thought god called me, i need to go to confession. >> you felt that? >> absolutely. >> what do you think pope francis would say? >> it's a thumbs up. now we need to emphasize this more and more because we have
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sedentary church atmosphere. >> when you go to sleep at night, how good do you feel about this? >> pope francis says to go to bed tired, but a happy tired. it's great. >> lafayette, louisiana. >> surgery carries a lot of worries and complications especially for operations that could require blood transfusions. how doctors are working to reduce the need for transfusions in all surgeries. if you're making plans for the weekend, saturday is going to be the best day to get out and enjoy the weather at 57 degrees and calm winds. going to get cooler by sunday,
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warm. 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 lingering clouds will some of us are seeing foggy conditions, norfolk is not one of those places. if you look out, you can see calm, quiet and clear out there. wire socked in with cloud cover this morning and that's going to continue throughout the day today. temperatures, this is what our
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close to what we saw yesterday for our high temperature and now we're going to see the temperatures continuing to warm up thanks to the southerly wind. that's with keeping the fog at bay. we could see some fog throughout the day. but that depends if these winds calm down a little bit. if not, we're going to be on the breezy side. could see a few peeks of blue sky, not much. into tonight, we see the chance for a few showers in the area, especially up to the north, but at the same time, we're also going to see some decreasing cloud cover as we go throughout the night. beautiful, sunny skies tomorrow, we're going to see some high winds throughout the day today. the good news, once we head into saturday, we are going see some warmer temperatures but those winds will be calm. it will feel warmer if you look at our bus stop forecast, the same high temperature yesterday, it's not
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mostly cloudy, the patchy fog, a 50/50 chance, we're going to be warm. winds breezy at 10-15 miles per hour. tonight, a few showers, we see clearing skies, 41 degrees, gusts of 40 miles per hour possible and it's breezy. into tomorrow, we'll turn into windy. we'll be sunny and 60 degrees. the gusts out of the west, it's not going to feel as warm as 60 you wait for the warm feeling when we see the sunny sky, it's going to be a great day for your weekend. we'll cool down a bit by sunday, that cooling trend continuing through next week. new evidence suggests that
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a pregnant woman's placenta and harm the fetus. research from 12 medical centers shows testosterone treatment for men over 55 improves mood and physical ability. babies are likely to be miserable when their teeth are coming in, but it shouldn't make them sick. anything over 100.4 degrees could be an illness requiring treatment. a bloodless surge viewers a schnecke -- surgery could benefit a larger group of patients.
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with downs syndrome and required open heart surgery >> it was overwhelming. >> reporter: the surgery required blood transfusions which goes against their religion. >> instead, they gave madison natural hormones and an iron infusion to boost her own red blood cells >> we were able to bring her blood count up so she was strong enough to sustain some blood loss without needing a transfusion. >> because it carries serious risks, many doctors are exploring bloodless surgeries. >> to help reduce the amount of blood they lose and make
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>> they were back home in four days. >> she came out of surgery and her face lit up and she was trying to get up. >> reporter: by staying true to their convictions, they believe that their daughter received the best possible outcome. >> the experts say that bloodless surgery should be considered for any type of surgery that has been related to
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it's time to see what's new good morning, (arnold's park)... it's (30) good morning. it's 30 degrees outside at 6:49 on this thursday. getting a live look from our
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companies are moving away from slapping an ipad on a toy and calling it a tech toy. >> hey, look. i'm here at new york toy fair and this year, it's special for me because i'm going to be a mom soon. we get to see how play time is going to evolve for the next generation. every year, it's a little more hi-tech. this year, kids can make their own plastic action figures with 3d printing machines and it's safe enough to use unsupervised. the printer creates objects to colored plastic and use an app
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figure or jewelry the door locks so you can't get process. we used to make things with melting. a 40-dollar 3d printing pen your skin and it won't burn you. you draw in the air and it only takes about 10 seconds for plastic to cool back to matteling it upgraded the view master to include a head set jack you need to put a phone inside to experience the program but on some games, a sibling could play along acting as your guide. the new view master model costs
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than before and comes out in the fall. this remote control quad helicopter has barbie on top and comes out in the fall for $60. she can go to her dream house. it has speech recognition, say hello, dream house and turn on the elevator, the lights or throw a dance party it doesn't come cheap, it's $300. when i look back from previous years, companies are moving away from slapping an i-phone screen on a toy and calling it a tech toy not everything needs an app these toys are not storing information in a server in the cloud. the tech just gives it a twist
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old make believe and imagination. clearing just a bit by the end of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs today good morning we're starting to see the sun come up in the east. you can see there's a slight haze to the sky out there this morning. the slight fog we're seeing across the area. radar nice and clear. looking at temperatures that are going to get pretty high today up into the 50s and as we head into tonight, our lows are in the 40s. that's our high we haven't seen in a while tomorrow, looking at getting into the 60s for the area tomorrow and then we will cool down just a little bit. but heading into saturday, it's going to feel a lot warmer thanks to decreased winds. tonight, there is a chance for a little bit of a shower tonight and especially in the north and then it's going to clear out rapidly, sunny skies tomorrow,
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that's going to feel cooler than 60 tomorrow and saturday, even though it's 3 degrees cooler at 57, it's going the feel warmer
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looking at 3 3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside talking a look outside, courtesy of our hard rock casino camera. >> here's our weather to go. we're looking at clouds, warming up into the 50s for the high. cooling down by dinner time at mostly cloudy. good morning.
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officers will be running radar on lincoln way and on glenn avenue. have a safe trek to work and school this morning. here's a look at your news to go this morning. the white house expected to talk about plans today for president obama's historic trip to cuba. the visit could happen next month. it will be the first trip to cuba by a u.s. sitting president in almost 90 years it came after they re-opened diplomatic relations. apple refused to comply with a court order to unlock an i-phone of the shooter. the government is demanding software to disable the autoerase feature and plans to file an appeal as early as next week. the candidates weighed in
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the apple issue during a town hall event last night. donald trump and ted cruz agree apple should comply. be sure to check out the news, all of the news, weather and sports for you. let's talk weather one more time. >> feeling decent in the 50s today, we have a chance of seeing fog later into the day. we're looking at 60s for tomorrow, a nice warm day for saturday as well. >> warming up. can't complain. thank you. thank you for joining us.
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good morning. it is thursday, february 18th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." ted cruz dares donald trump to sue him over an attack ad. we reveal the results of a new national cbs news poll. google backs rival apple in its fight against the fbi over unlocking a terrorist's cell phone. how about this? seven marathon on seven continents in seven days! a single mom who is the first american woman to complete this daunting challenge. we begin begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. this has not been a typically race by any sense and i don't think anyone is surprised that donald is threaten to sue people. he has done that most of his adult life. >> slugging it out in south carolina. >> he didn't doesn't have one public endorsement from the senate. think of it. hard to believe.

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