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the carpenter's union local 948, ernie colt. siouxland organizations used the floats not only for fun, but to raise awareness. jeremy anderson motorcycle awareness is ne of those organizations. e're trying to be part of thth community. getting our names out there being in community events and showing our participation just helps with making the awareness more out there and everything," said founder of jeremy anderson motorcycle awarness organization, samantha wolfe. after anderson was killed in a hit and run accident two years ago-- his family stepped up. they promote safety for motorcyclists and drivers. and anderson's daughter took part too. "i'm gonna be riding thth float!," said jeremy anderson's'sdaughter, brooklynn anderson. in sioux city, tommie clark, ktiv news 4. >> to wrap up the evening, parade-goers made their way to the howard johnson hotel. there they could tell santa their wish list and warm up with some hot chocolate and cookies. there was also a gift shop and ee crafts for kids. "it fun you just feel the energy. the kids are so excited to see santa. we have a ball frosting these cookies and seeing the families and the kids are all dressed up in their christmas best attire. it's just such an energy, fun-filled event," said
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the 27th annual event raises money for the children's miracle network and other philanthropies. the city of sioux center is recovering after a major sioux center city officials said one of their two substations had a a ow out-- causing sigigficant damage and leaving half the town without power. there was also a water main repaired and residents are no longer needing to conserve water. with the help of neighboring communities, the city worked through saturday night to repair the electrical system. there are now very few residents who are still without power. and, the red cross left this morning. belgian prosecutors announced last night that they detained 16 people during raids in and around brussels, but a suspect they were searching for in the paris attacks is still at large. at a news conference in brussels, federal prosecutors
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three in charleroi, a city south of brussels. they found no explosives or firearms. one of those arrested was injured when a car he was in tried to ram police during an attempted getaway. the belgian authorities said paris fugitive salah abdeslam was not among those taken into custody. but they did not release i- d's of those in custody. the number of people killed in a terrorist attack friday at a hotel in mali has risen to twenty-two. a statement released by the u-n mission in mali says six other people have serious injuries. a witness said the gunmen who raidededhe hotel in bamako shouted quote "allahu akbar" as they sprayed bullets on tables of people at breakfast. the hotel employee said they shot at anything that moved. malian and u-n security forces ended the siege hours later. the two attackers died. it's not clear if they were killed by security forces or if they killed themselvlv. hundreds of pele attended the funeral yesterday of an 18-year-old american killed in a terror attack in the west bank
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last week. the large crowd processed through the rain in sharon, massachusett s to pay their respects to ezra schwartz. the teenager was one of three people killed ththsday when a palestinian drove into a crowd in the west bank and began shooting. a friend of schwartz's says he was in israel doing charity work to support the military. police in new orleans say 16 people were shot and injured at a park last night. the shooting in the city's ninth ward happened shortly after 6. police say several hundrdr people had gathered at bunny friend playground to shoot a music video when two groups began shooting at each other. 10 of the injured were taken to hospitals by ambulance... six others sought treatment on their own. some of the injured were just grazed ... but the conditions of those wounded is unknown at this time. e former baby-sitter of a massachusett s soddler, who allegedly kidnapped and beat the child, will be arraigned. the hamilton police department says 21-year- old abigail hanna has been charged with kidnapping, assault, and breaking and entering. hanna is the former baby- sitter of two-year-old lyndon albers.
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albers was reported missing friday morning and found several hours later naked, beaten, , vered in cigarette burns, and with a shaved head. a vigil was held in cleveland yesterday to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the death of a 12-year-old tamir rice, who was shot and killed by police. dozens gathered at the rec center where the boy was killed. a white cleveland police officer shot and killed rice moments after pulling up to a recreation center where rice was holding a pellet gun. two reports found the officer's shooting was justified... and the prosecutor declined to charge the officer with any crime. on sunday rice's family thanked activists for their continued support for justice and asked the crowd to quote "pick a side in the debate" over police violence. a southwest flight was diverted to kansas city after several passengers were said to have acted suspiciously. the plane was heading from indianapolis to los angeles when airline officials say multiple passengers quote "did not follow crew instrucucons
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suspiciously during the flight." police say at least four people were escorted from the back of the plane. the remaining passengers were unloaded while police officers and k-9s searched the plane and luggage. one person re-boarded the original flight, but the other three were re- booked to a later flight after being questioned by law enforcement. if you've ever made thanksgiving dinner before, you know it can be very stressful. coming up, we'll show you some gadgets you might want to get your hands on before the big meal this week. ben: and i'll have your complete
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for many americans, thanksgiving is a day all about eating. but sometimes that pressure can make things stressful in the kitchen. mark barger shows us some gadgets to help prepare the fafaly meal this year. upping your kitchen game... to take on thanksgivi game... can get a high tech boost. (sot: kat odell / editor, eater) "this is a devices that allows a home cook to do what's called sous vide" ...it's a french cooking method
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bag in hot water at a precise temperature. this anova model even comes with an app that can start or stop cooking remotely. (sot: kat odell / editor, eater) "lets say you have to run out and you want it to cook for i don't know 30 minutes you can actually program this on your iphone" the anova keeps turkey moist... but a sansaire blow torch can add a finishing touch. (sot: kat odell / editor, eater) "so this guy right here is going to crisp that skin right up for you... or if you want to caramelize the top of a pumpkin pie" a new breville immersion blender with attachments can save time and space. (sot: kat odell / editor, eater) "what makes this so great is that you can actually maneuver it around the kitchen" while many cooks may still be using grandma's recipes... more and more are pulling them up on mobile devices. (sot: kat odell / editor, eater) "my parents always use their ipad in the kitchen they don't even have recipes cookbooks anymore or anything like that" this stand with a bluetooth speaker by willams sonoma is especially made for electronics in the kitchen. a cover can add a layer of protection. (sot: kat odell / editor, eater) "it's basically like a splatter screen so it p pevents anything that you're cooking g r
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splaatering all o oer the place from getting on your phone" chef mate also makes thin protective sleeves that are disposable. so that the most expensive thing you'll have to worry about ruining... is the turkey. mark barger, nbc news. >> that was mark barger reporting. these gadgets should help you haveve ststss-free time in the kitchen this year, if yououan get your
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we've got a lot more headed your way on news 4 today. license plate readers are being installed in more cities across iowa. what does this mn for us here in siouxland?
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it's designed to track stolen vehicles, hold parking violators accountable, and keep criminals off the streets. but do automated license plate readers invade your privacy? macleod hageman riris along with a des s ines popoce officer who uses s e technology every day -- and explains how you might be affected.
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scofflfl violators, as we caca them, which are habitual pararrs and things like that." "rain or shine, day or night, whether a car is moving or stopped, the license plate readers are always recording information. that's why parking lots are popular spots fofopatrolling officersrs "i'll l to several apartment complexes where we found stolen cars before and just go through there and read all those cars sitting through there. not all the time obviously, but a lot of the time we'll see one sitting there. sometimes it's just out in the middle of nowhere, but sometimes it's just out in plain site in a parking lot with a lot of other cars." but as anyone who deals with technology knows -- computers are not perfect. "sometimes it'll read a plate out of iowa, and it'll say it's stolen out of a different state." the technology has been part of the des moines police department for nearly three years, two years in sioux city, it's coming to cedar rapids in the coming months, dubuque
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police say they're looking into it, and waterloo police say it's not cost effective at this point. des moines police sergeant paul parizek says their two cruisers -- equipped with the nearly 30- thousand dollar technology -- has recognized nearly 75- hundred offenders since 20-12 -- rananng from parking violators to even sex offenders -- and helped recover at least 30 stolen vehicles. "it's been incredibly useful for us in terms of being able to maximize our time on the streets. the technology can do what we can do about 100 times faster." but critics say it's'sn ivasion of priricy -- recording your every movevent. "finding the balance between the public's right to know and your right privacy has been an issue." the american civil liberties union even filing lawsuits in four states... here in iowa -- a-c-l-u legislative director dane schuman says innoncent people might be concerned information could fall into the wrong hands. "the main concern the aclu has with automated license plate readers, is what's done with the information after it's accumulateddby law enfororement." but des moines police sayyhe liense plate reder is governed by iowa law -- invasion is minimal -- and information is erased after six months. "the problem that can arise is that the information is
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track movement of innoncent individuals who haven't done anything wrong over time." regardless of privacy conceces -- des moines police believe the benefits outweigh the treats -- recalling this incident (nats... on-air of virginia report) where a virginia reporter and photographer were killed -- and police found this man moments -- through the use of this technology. (nats... radio) "it all boils down to stopping and supressing crime. this is a great tool we have to do that, and eliminate stolen cars or any crime we link
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ben says our weather could get dicey again this week. he's in next with the forecast and love came rly in life for one virginia boy battling cancer. we'll have his story after the break.
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as temperatures reach the upper 30s and lower 40s with some decent sunshine. some of that moisture though h ould very well leaddto some overnight/early morning fog tomorrow, but we should break that off and get another decent day with highs near 40 before some more widespread fog and drizzle develops tomorrow night. wednesday, will be a very gray and gloomy day with fog, drizzle and light rain, so low visibilities will be the main travel issue at hand then. those conditions will likely get worse wednesday night and thanksgiving day as a transition to a mix and eventually some snow occurs, so be sure to keep an eye on the weather as you plan your holiday festivities. black friday and the rest of the weekend look fine with a slight chance of
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fighting multiple battles with cancer, a virginia boy's entire life has been a struggle. but his mother says something has lifted his spirits: love. marissa jasek has the story.
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"she k kws what's coming, and she just wants him to be happy and wants him to smile as long as possible." david has leukemia. ( david ) "i have this button and it flushes pain medicine into my body." he's been living with cancer on and off since he was two. ( amber spisak / david's mom ) "we label them by number, so we're on cancer number four as of march." he was given just weeks to live, so that's what his parents decided to do: let david live. ( david ) "just trying to hope that i don't die. that's what." ( ayla ) "ok. stop hitting me with the banana." ( amber spisak / david's mom ) "she's definitely had an impact on his spirit, and um, i haven't seen this side of him in a long time." they met their first day of second grade, but it wasn't long until david had to stop going. ( david ) "my legs started
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hurting, i couldn't sand anymore." he couldn't walk, but that didn't keep him from seeing ayla. ( angela andrews / ayla's mom ) "where do you think he is? gotta find him." last weekend, they had their first date, and once again, his will to overcome was stronger than the cancer. ( amber spisak / david's mom ) "he forced himself out. not only did he stand up, he stood up and bowled, and she was right beside him the whole time." ...and the whole time today, she never left his side. ( david ) "i'm really tired." in the middle of our interview, david started to feel sick. he was taken to another room to lay down, and again, ayla was right there. ( angela andrews / ayla's mom ) "their story is definitely, definitely something everyone can learn from -- just to love, because that's what's important. at the end of every day, that's what's important: who loves you and who you love back." a love perhaps we should all wish for. >> it's . time for a break. but we're back in just a moment with more news and weather for you on news-4 today.
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first though.. here's a look at some of the events on the
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good morning and welcome back. coming up... sioux city police make an arrest in an armed robbery last week. also... president obama is back at the white house this morning, but a lot has changed since he left on his week-long overseas trip. the political conversation from the capitol to the campaign trail - and main street america - has shifted, with many demanding a tougher, more immediate response to isis terror. the latest from washington. also... siouxlanders dug out from the snow that fell last
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week, 80- year-old ruthie warren doesn't mind the exercise and time outside to shovel the snow. we'll meet her in just a minute. and later in healthbeat four... if you're looking to get rid o osome unwanted fat, a new strawberry laser procedure made popular in the u-k has now come to the u-s. we'll check it out. but first ben is on the outdoor weather patio. some cold temperatures this weekend.
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sioux city police have arrested man in friday's reported armed robbery at k& n automotive. authorities say the suspect is 23 year-old regan maryland from houston, who's temporarily living and working in sioux city. maryland has been charged with first-degree robbery. sioux city police responded to a call around noon on friday from the employee at k & n auto repair near 19th and center. according to police, the employee says a man came inside the shop and asked the employee to look at his car. the employee went around the corner with him and that's where the employee says the man pulled
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a gun on him and demanded his wallet. donald trump's controverisal idea to monitor muslims in the u-s is shaking things up in washington and on the campaign trail. for the latest, we go to nbc's tracie potts in washington.
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waterboarding... a database to register syrian refugees and monitoring muslim mosques.. here in the u-s: ("abc this week") super burned in (voice of: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "we have no choice. we have no idea who's being sent in here." ("abc this week") super burned in (sot: dr. ben carson/ (r) presidential candidate) "we should monitor anything -- mosques, church, school, you know, shopping center where there is a lot of radicalization going on." republican presidential candidates disagree on how far to go: ("cbs face the nation") super burned in (sot: rand paul/ (r) presidential candidate) "should we target mosques and have a database of muslims? absolutely not." ("nbc meet the press") super burned in (sot: john kasich/ (r) presidential candidate) "the idea that we're going repel l entire group ofofpeople on the basis of their religion? it's nonsense." and it's far from settled - in washington... or on the campaign trail. in fact, marco rubio's first national t-v ad debuts tomorrow. his focus: isis. i'm tracie potts in washington, al, sarah. >> dozens of people gathered in dallas, texas yesterday to commemomote the assasaination of president john f kennedy. signs and pictures were posted around dealey plaza in remembrance of president kennedy. on november 22, 1963 kennedy was shot and killed by lee harvey oswald while riding in his limousine. a moment of silence was also
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the national presidential turkey will depart from san francisco and arrive in washington d-c, aboard "turkey one." the turkey will be greeted by the presidential turkey motorcade and accompanied by mock secret-service detail. later this week, the turkey will be presented and pardoned by president barack obama during a ceremony in the white house rose garden. many people in siouxland spent the weekend digging out from the snow that fell on friday. ktiv's sam curtiss found one sioux city woman, that at 80 years old, doesn't minin getting out the shovel.
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one so look out if you're a bad boy." shoveling snow is really just the tip of the iceburur when it t mes to things ruthieie dodo. "i can fix just about anything," said ruthie warren. and that statement is pretty spot on. her garage isn't for a car, it's her toolshop. where she builds and tinkers with things a lot. saying she never throws anything away, finding a use for most items. "either a walnut bowl where you put a pole in the middle," said ruthie warren. her daughter says she's even rebuilt six houses. "made stairs on the outisde, stuccoed, plastered," said rebecca warren. at her age, warren relies on her faith to help finish the job if she needs it. "i sleep on it and god helps me in daytime," said ruthie warren. but she makes sure others have what they need to. once dug out, she plans to get two thanksgiving turkeys and two pies. one for her family, the other "for a neighbor of my daughters," said ruthie warren. " they're a little hard up for money." in sioux city "this will melt pretty soon," said ruthth warren. sam curtissss "it won't last," said ruthie warren. ktiv news four.
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>> warren will turn 81 next month. her father lived to be more than a hundred years old... something she says she'll do too. digging out might not be as fun, but with freshsh snow on the ground, many kids had a lot of fun over the weekend. "oh my gosh," said a sledder. "watch out," screamed the sledder. sertoma park in sioux city was packed with sledders and a few snowboarder s. many coming out to enjoy the snow before it melts. sertoma park is one of two public places in sioux city to legally sled, the other is grandview park. some say it's a great family atmosphere and it was tough to find a kid who didn't enjoy it. "pretty fun but once you wipe out on a snowboard it kind of hurts," said tristan monk. "it was intense at first bececse the snsn just hit ya, ya know,"
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said dominic eastman signs at those parks designate where and when you can sled. if you're looking to lose weight and do it fast there's a new laser treatment that might help. that's up next in healthbeat four.
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forecast next! >
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a very gray and gloomy day with fog, drizzle and light rain, so low visibilities will be the main travel issue at hand then. those conditions will likely get worse wednesday night and thanksgiving day as a transition to a mix and eventually some snow occurur, so bebesure to keep an eye on tte weather as you plan your holiday festivities. black friday and the rest of the weekend look fine with a slight chance of see graphics. >> can helplphed unwanted fat. haley hernananz explains in healalbeat four.
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right away and you continue to lose for up to 3 days." as a non-invasive treatment, any technician or aesthetician can use the machine. (nats) "very simple it's some paddles a few connections d you're ready to go" of course it seems like losing weight is never really that easy but here's how she says it works. (sot: chelsea landow, lumierer fitness spa) "the fat cell is penetrated immediately within n six minutt of the beginning ofof your treatment. so, you have 10 minutes on each area then it's leaked into the lymphatic system." while it's true the lymph nodes are responsible for moving fluids in our body, the theory on whether lasers can force fat to move through the lymphatic system is not proven. although, the safety of thisisroduct has been approved by theheood and drug administration. (sot: rhonda morrison, patient) "it feels like an electric blanket on low" they say the key to real results is worng out and drinking water to flush your system, and based on the session with our model... (nats) it worked! (sot: rhonda morrison, patient) "i lost 6.5 inches in twenty minutes" >> that was haley hernandez
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lumiere said this makes the procedure great if you need immediate results like: weddings, fitness competitions, etc. the fda study only approves use for eight times in one area. still to come on news 4 today... facebook is rolling out new settings to help you get through a break up... and if you're hoping to get an apple pencil stylus for christmas, you better be willing to pay big bucks for it.
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>> > the stock market closed out its best week of the year on friday. big gains by retailers and technologygyompanies pushed major indexes higher. the dow jones industrial average rose 91 points.
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gained 31 points to 5,104. and the s&p 500 added nearly 8 points. looking for an ipad pro "pencil" stylus for a christmas gift? be prepared to pay a lot more than retail. ten days since apple's i-pad pro, pencil and smart keyboard went up for sale -- the keyboard and pencil are in very short supply. buyers are re-selling them for as much as 6- hundred-50 dollars on e- bay. apple sold out online quickly, and there's a four to five-week wait for more. some stores are reporting customers are stealing the apple pencil from demo stations. apple declined to comment on any reported thefts. facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberg says he will take two full months of paternity leave when his daught is born. zuckerberg and his wife doctor priscilla chan have not shared an exact due date for the baby-- their first. in a post on facebook, zuckerburg said, quote, "studies show that when working parents take time to be with their newborns, outcomes are better for the children and families." facebook is one of the leaders
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offer competitive parental leave. and facebook wants to make breaking up a bit easier for its users. the social network is testing tools to keep users' exes from appearing in their newsfeed and to limit their presence in photo tags and status suggestions. the options will appear once you change your relationship status to "single." the tools are available now on facebook mobile. the e-coli outbreak linked to chipotle restaurants has caused 45 cases of illness in six states-- that's according to the centers for disease cobtrol. the six states are washington, oregon, california, minnesota, new york and ohio. 16 people were so sick they had to be hospitalized. the c-d-c says a single ingredient is the likely culprit...but they haven't identified what it is yet. chipotle locations in oregon and washington reopened last week after being closed due to the outbreak. still to come on news 4 today... we've got the stories making top headlines in siouxland. and the american music awards
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were held last night in los angeles. we'll have the highlights from
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siouxland. the holiday season is officially underway in sioux city! the downtown lighted parade rolled down 4th street last night. it was an evening packed with activities for the whole family. after the parade, santa's house opened at the howard johnson hotel. kids lined upupo tell st. nick what's on their christmas wish lists this year. they also enjoyed cookies and hot chocolate. santa's house is a fundraiser for the children's miracle network. most of sioux center, iowa has power again after blowouts at two substations knocked out electricity to half the town early saturday morning. with the help of neighboring communities, the city worked through saturday night to repair the electrical system, which had sustained considerable damage. adding to the problem, there was also a water main break. residents were asked to cut back on water use, but those repairs have also been made and t t all-clear has been given for normal water use. a houston, texas man has been arrested in an armed robbery in sioux city on friday. 23 year-old regan maryland is charged with first-degree robbery in the
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near 19th and center streets. an e eloyee says a man came inside the shop and asked him to come around back and look at his car. that's where the employee says the man pulled a gun and took his wallet. and after siouxlanders dug out from friday's snowstorm, it was time for a little winter fun! sertoma park was filled with sledders and snowboarders on saturday. sertoma park is ononof two public places in sioux city to legally sled, the other is grandview park. me say it's a great family atmosphere. it was a star-studded show for one of music's biggest nights! who took home some hardware from the 2015 american music awards? kim hutcherson has a wrap up in today's s hollywood minute.
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one direction won artist of the year... (nats) nicki manaj picked up an award for favorite rap/hip hop album... (nats) luke bryan and carrie underwood got favorite malaland female untry artist. (nats) the awards took a serious tone with a tribute to the victims of the terror attacks in paris. (jared leto/musician/ actor) "129 innocent people died. 368 were injured. and another 7 billion will forever be scarred by this horrific and senseless tragedy." celine dion gave a special performance that left t e audien in tears... (nats) and a co moment of the night... the score from star wars sung a cappella by pentatonix. for hollywood minute, i'm kim hutcherson (nats) >> we've got a lot more still to come in our third half hour of news 4 today. license plate readers have been in sioux city for two year now. but officials are considering putting them in other siouxland cities. we'll tell you what it means for you.
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and there was a big announcement coming from iowa state yesterday. we'll tell you about the shake
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good morning. thanks for joining us on this monday, november 23. coming up in this half hour of news 4 today christmas came through the streets of siouxland. families lined the streets of downtown sioux city to check out the holiday lighted parade... and get a gimpse of santa. we have the highlights. also... automated license plate readers can track down stolen vehicles or catch parking violators, but some say the cameras mounted on police vehicles invade everyone's privacy. we'll hear more about the debate in just a minute. and a virginia boy who's fighting cancer has founding someone who is making it easier to get through the e ugh times.
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he's found love to help lift his spirits as he battles the disease. his story is on the way. but first, here's ben.
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4th street for the annual holiday lighted parade. ktiv's tommie clark was there for the festivities and has more.
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city, tommie clark, ktiv news 4. >> after the parade, folks headed over to santa's house in the howard johnson hotel. kids could climb on santa's lap and give him their christmas wish lists. they could also enjoy some hot chocolate and cookies. there was also a gift shop and arts and crafts. "it is fun you just feel the energy. the kids arereo excited to see santa. we haha a ball frosting these cookies and seeing the families and the kids are all dressed up in their christmas best attire. it's just such an energy, fun-filled event," said co-chair of santa's house, diane wheeler the 27th annual event raises money for the children's miraclenetwork and other charities. most of sioux center, iowa has power again after blowouts at two substations knocked out electricity to half the town
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early saturday morning. with theheelp of neighboring communities, the city worked through saturday night to repair the electrical system, which had sustained considerable damage. adding to the problem, there was also a water main break. residents were asked to cut back on water use, but those repairs have also been made and the all-clear has been given for normal water use. belgian authorities have detained 16 ople during raids in and around brussels, but a suspect they were searching for in the paris attacks is not among them. federal prosecutors said security forces conducted 22 raids sunday - 19 in brussels s d three in charleroi, a city south of brussels. they found no explosives or firearms. one of those arrested was injured when a car he was in tried to ram police during an attempted getaway. the belgian authorities said paris fugitive salah abde-slam was not among those taken into cususdy. they did not releaea i-d's of those in custody. the numbmb of people killed in a terrorist attack friday at a hotel in mali has risen to twenty-two.
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a statement released by the u-n mission in mali says six other people have serious injuries. a witness said the gunmen who raided the hotel in bamako shouted quote "allahahakbar" as they sprayed bullets on tables of people at breakfast. the hotel employee said they shot at anything that moved. malian and u-n security forces ended the siege hours later. the two attackers died. it's not clear if they were killed by security forces or if thh killed themselves. hundreds of people attended the funeral yesterday of an 18-year-old american killed in a terror attack in the west bank last week. the large crowd processed through the rain in sharon, massachusett s to pay their ezra schwartz. the teenager was one of three people killed thursday when a palestinian drove into a crowd in the west friend of schwartz's says he was in israel doing charity work to support the military. police in new orleans say 16 people were shot and the shooting in the city's ninth wardrdappened shortly aftete6. police say several hundred
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people had gathered at bunny friend playground to shoot a music video when two groups began shooting at each other. 10 of the injured were taken to hospitals by ambulance... six others sought treatment on their own. some of the injured were just grazed ... but the conditions of those wounded is unknkwn at this time. the former baby-sitter of a massachusett s toddler, who allegedly kidnapped and beat the child, will be arraigned. the hamilton police department says 21-year- old abigail hanna has been charged with kidnapping, assault, and breaking and entering. hanna i ithe former baby- sitter of two-year-old lyndon albers. albers was reported missing friday morning and found several hours later naked, beaten, covered in cigarette burns, and with a shaved head. a vigil was held in cleveland yesterday to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the death of a 12-year-old tamir ricic who was shot and killed d police. . dozens gathered at the rec center where the boy was killed. a white clevelandolice officer shot and killed rice moments after pulling up to a recreation center where rice was holding a pellet gun.
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two reports found the officer's shooting was justified... and the prosecutor declined to charge the officer with any crime. yesterday rice's family thanked activists for their continued support for justice and asked the crowd to quote "pick a side in the debate" over police violence. a southwest flight was diverted to kansas city after several passengers were said to have acted suspiciously. the plane was heading from indianapolis to los angeles when airline officials say multiple passengers quote "did not follow crew instructions and continued to act suspiciously during the flight." police say at least four people were escorted from the back of the plane. the remaining passengers were unloaded while police officers and d 9s searched the plane and luggage. one person re-boarded the original flight, but the other three were re- booked to a later flight after being questioned by law enforcement. one virginia boy fighting cancer has found love at a young age. we'll share his story with you, coming up. and i'll have your complete
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dedeent sunshine. some of that moisture though could very well lead to some overnight/early morning fog omorrow, but e should break that off and get another decent day with highs near 40 before some more widespread fog and drizzle develops tomorrow night. wednesday, will be a very gray and gloomy day with fog, drizzle and light rain, so low visibilities will be the main travel issue at hand then. those conditions will likely get worse wednesday night and thanksgiving day as a transition to a mix and eventually some snow occurs, so be sure to keep an eye on the weather as you plan your holiday
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festivities. black friday and the rest of the weekend look fine with a slight chance of rain/snow mix on sunday. see graphics. >> fighting multiple battles with cancer, a virginia boy's entire life has been a struggle. but his mother says something has lifted his spirits: love. marissa jasek has the story.
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"how do you know you love her?" ...it's a once-in-a-lifetime kind of love. ( david ) "my heart." ( ayla ) "his heart tells him. ...and for his girlfriend, 7- year-old ayla... ( david ) "the heart knows." ( ayla ) "mine does, too." ( angela andrews / ayla's mom ) "she knono what's coming, and d she just w wts him to be happy and wants him to smile as long as possible." david has leukemia. ( david ) "i have this button and it flushes pain medicine into my body." he's been living with cancer on and off since he was two. ( amber spisak / david's mom ) "we label them by number, so we're on cancer number four as of marchch he was given just weeks to live, so that's what his parents decided to do: let david live. ( david ) "just trying to hope that i don't die. that's what." ( ayla ) "ok. stop hitting me with the banana." ( amber spisak / david's mom ) "she's definitely had an impact on his spirit, and um, i haven't seen this side of him in a long time." they met their first day of second grade, but it wasn't long until david had to stop goeng. ( daviv ) "my legs started hurting, i couldn't stand anymore." he couldn't walk, but that didn't keep him from seeing ayla. ( angela andrews / ayla's mom ) "where do you think he is? gotta find him." last weekend, they
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had their first date, and once again, his will to overcome was stronger than the cancer. ( amber spisak / david's mom ) "he forced himself out. not only did he stand up, he stood upupnd bowlededand she was right bebede him the whole time." ...and the whole time today, she never left his side. ( david ) "i'm really tired." in the middle of our interview, david started to feel sick. he was taken to another room to lay down, and again, ayla was right there. ( angela andrews / ayla's mom ) "their story is definitely, definitely something everyone can learn from -- just to love, because that's what's important. at the end of every day, that's what's important: who loves you and who you love back." a love perhaps we should all wish for.
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there was a big shake-up in the world of college football yesterday. iowa state fired head football coach paul rhoads. details are coming up in the sports fource morning wrap. if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but the republicans... they want to go back to letting the super wealthy call the shots. they don't stand up for equal pay for women. they don't support paid family leave. they don't even really support refinancing student debt. we've got to get this s onomy working for the vast majority of americans, not just for those at the top. that's what i intend to do as president.
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> there was a major shake- up in the iowa state football program yesterday. ktiv's mark freund has more in the sports fource morning wrap.
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all we know right now - rhoads - fired after seven seasons. rhoads led iowa state to a 7-6 record and a bowl win over minnesota in his first season, back in 2009. but six consecutive losing seasons followed, including just 8 wins over the last three years. rhoads is 32-54 at iowa state - but will have a chance to win one more game - he will be on the sidelines for the cyclones' season finale at west virginia. iowa state says the players were notified of the firing at a meeting today. rhoads will be owed upward of 4- point-5 million dollars by iowa state, per the terms of his contract. i-s-u athletic director jamie pollard and rhoads will meet with the media during the cyclones' normally-scheduled availability on monday. while iowa state mourns - iowa celebrates. the hawkeyes moved to 11-and-0 with their 40-20 win over purdue on saturday. and for the first time in program history - iowa clinched the big ten west division title, and a spot in the big ten championship game. it was a 20-point win that felt a lot closer - the hawks didn't pull away from the boilermakers until the fourth quarter. iowa certainly didn't dominate - but they did win. the division is wrapped up, but an undefeated regular season is not - the hawkeyes are now preparing for rival nebraska in the heroes game on black friday. but iowa can still celebrate their first division title. "it's an amazing feeling, you can't describe it," said senior running back jordan canzeri. "i am just so grateful to be on a team like this." "it was an exciting moment in the locker room, and you want to enjoy it while you have it," said junior quarterback c.j. beathard. "but we're not where we want to be
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right now. we want to win this next one. we want to win every game we have, and the next opponent's's nebraska, and if we can do that, that'd be great." "they've earned that," said head coach kirk ferentz. "they've earned that, and i want them to really enjoy that, and encourage them to do that until we get together tomorrow. we're going to have to make up for some lost time." iowa moves up to 3rd in the new ap poll. the heroes game is friday in lincoln. kick off between the hawkeyes and huskers is at 2:30. for more sports, you can head on over to our website, ktiv.com. i'm mark freund with the sportsfource morning wrap. have a great day."
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things are a bit warmer this morning, but how's it looking for the rest of your week, especially the holiday? ben's got the forecast after the break. and there are more license plate readers being installed throughout iowa. but do they invade your privacy? we'll tell you what one officer has to say on the issue.
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it's designed to track stolen vehicles, hold parking violators accountable, and keep criminals off the streets. but do automated license plate readers invade your privacy? macleod hageman rode along with a des moines police officer who uses the technology every day -- and explains how you might be affected.
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his automatic license plate reader -- (nats ... of aclr) -- gives him an extra set of eyes on the road. "it'll alert you with a beep. it'll flash on this screen if you're in another program. send you a quick picture of the plate and a description. so you know what to look for." officer harden says the four-mounted cameras on his cruiser alert him -- (nats... of aclr) of all violators. "it's not always stolen cars. sometimes it's scofflaw violators, as we call them, which are habitual parkers and things like that." "rain or shine, day or night, whether a car is moving or stopped, the license plate readers are always recording information. that's why parking lots are popular spots for patrolling officers." "i'll go to several apartment complexes where we found stolen cars before and just go through there and read all those cars sitting through there. not all the time obviously, but a lot of the time we'll see one sitting there. sometimes it's just out in the middle of nowhere, but sometimes it's just out in plain site in a parking lot with a lot of other cars." but as anyone who deals with technology knows -- computers are not perfect. "sometimes it'll read a plate out of iowa, and it'll say it's stolen out of a different state." the technology has been part of the des moines police department for nearly three years,
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two years in sioux city, it's coming to cedar rapids in the coming months, dubuque police say they're looking into it, and waterloo police say it's not cost effective at this point. des moines police sergeant paul parizek says their two cruisers -- equipped with the nearly 30- thousand dollar technology -- has recognized nearly 75- hundred offenders since 20-12 -- ranging from parking violators to even sex offenders -- and helped recover at least 30 stolen vehicles. "it's been incredibly useful for us in terms of being able to maximize our time on the streets. the technology can do what we can do about 100 times faster." but critics say it's an ivasion of privacy -- recording your every movement. "finding the balance between the public's right to know and your right privacy has been an issue." the american civil liberties union even filing lawsuits in four states... here in iowa -- a-c-l-u legislative director dane schuman says innoncent people might be concerned information could fall into the wrong hands. "the main concern the aclu has with automated license plate readers, is what's done with the information after it's accumulated by law enforcement."
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license plate reader is governed by iowa law -- invasion is minimal -- and information is erased after six months. "the problem that can arise is that the information is stored, archived and used to track movement of innoncent individuals who haven't done anything wrong over time." regardless of privacy concerns -- des moines police believe the benefits outweigh the treats -- recalling this incident (nats... on-air of virginia report) where a virginia reporter and photographer were killed -- and police found this man moments -- through the use of this technology. (nats... radio) "it all boils down to stopping
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crime. this is a great tool we have to do that, and eliminate stolen cars or any crime we link to an iowa plate." >> it's . time for a break. we're back with our fourth half hour of news 4 today. first though.. here's a look at some of the events on the
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good morning and welcome back. coming up... sioux city police make an arrest in an armed robbery last week. also... president obama is back at the white house this morning, but a lot has changed since he left on his week-long
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the political conversation from the capitol to the campaign trail - and main street america - has shifted, with many demanding a tougher, more immediate response to isis terror. the latest from washington. also... as siouxlanders dug out from the snow that fell last week, 80- year-old ruthie warren doesn't mind the exercise and time outside to shovel the snow. we'll meet her in just a minute. and later in what's trending some turkeys invade a colorado community. and adele's new song is everywhere. she's breaking records with it and her new album. but first ben is on the outdoor weather patio. a little warmer this morning than it was the past few mornings.
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as temperatures reach the upper 30s and lower 40s with some decent sunshine. some of that moisture though could very well lead to some overnight/early morning fog tomorrow, but we should break that off and get another decent day with highs near 40 before some more widespread fog and drizzle
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develops tomorrow night. wednesday, will be a very gray and gloomy day with fog, drizzle and light rain, so low visibilities will be the main travel issue at hand then. see graphics. >> sioux city police have arrested a man in friday's alledged armed robbery at k & n automotive. police arrested 23 year-old reagan maryland from houston, texas who's temporarily living and working in sioux city. maryland has been charged with first-degree robbery. sioux city police responded to a call around noon on friday from the employee at k & n auto repair near 19th and center. an employee says a man came inside the shop and asked him to come around back and look at his car. that's where the employee says the man pulled a gun and took his wallet. donald trump's controverisal idea to monitor muslims in the u-s is shaking things up in
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washington and on the campaign trail. for the latest, we go to nbc's tracie potts in washington.
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candidates disagree on how far to go: ("cbs face the nation") super burned in (sot: rand paul/ (r) presidential candidate) "should we target mosques and have a database of muslims? absolutely not." ("nbc meet the press") super burned in (sot: john kasich/ (r) presidential candidate) "the idea that we're going to repel an entire group of people on the basis of their religion? it's nonsense." and it's far from settled - in washington... or on the campaign trail. in fact, marco rubio's first national t-v air debuts tomorrow. his focus: isis. i'm tracie potts in washington. al, sarah. >> dozens of people gathered in dallas, texas yesterday to commemorate the assassination of president john f kennedy. signs and pictures were posted around dealey plaza in remembrance of president kennedy. on november 22, 1963 kennedy was shot and killed by lee harvey oswald while riding in his limousine. a moment of silence was also held at the exact time j-f-k was shot. the national presidential turkey will depart from san francisco and arrive in washington d-c, aboard "turkey one." the turkey will be greeted by the
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presidential turkey motorcade and accompanied by mock secret-service detail. later this week, the turkey will be presented and pardoned by president barack obama during a ceremony in the white house rose garden. many people in siouxland spent the weekend digging out from the snow that fell on friday. ktiv's sam curtiss found one sioux city woman, that at 80 years old, doesn't mind getting out the shovel.
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things ruthie does. "i can fix just about anything," said ruthie warren. and that statement is pretty spot on. her garage isn't for a car, it's her toolshop. where she builds and tinkers with things a lot. saying she never throws anything away, finding a use for most items. "either a walnut bowl where you put a pole in the middle," said ruthie warren. her daughter says she's even rebuilt six houses. "made stairs on the outisde, stuccoed, plastered," said rebecca warren. at her age, warren relies on her faith to help finish the job if she needs it. "i sleep on it and god helps me in daytime," said ruthie warren. but she makes sure others have what they need to. once dug out, she plans to get two thanksgiving turkeys and two pies. one for her family, the other "for a neighbor of my daughters," said ruthie warren. " they're a little hard up for money." in sioux city "this will melt pretty soon," said ruthie warren. sam curtiss "it won't last," said ruthie warren. ktiv news four.
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warren will turn 81 next month. she says her father lived to be more than a hundred years old and she says that's something she'll do too. digging out might not be as fun, but with fresh snow on the ground, many kids had a lot of fun over the weekend. "oh my gosh," said a sledder. "watch out," screamed the sledder. sertoma park in sioux city was packed with sledders and a few snowboarder s. many coming out to enjoy the snow before it melts. sertoma park is one of two public places in sioux city to legally sled, the other is grandview park. atmosphere and it was tough to find a kid who didn't enjoy it. "pretty fun but once you wipe out on a snowboard it kind of hurts," said tristan monk. the snow just hit ya, ya know," said dominic eastman
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signs at those parks designate where and when you can sled. a fearless group of wild turkeys took to the streets of a community in colorado over the weekend. that's next in what's trending.
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yesterday morning... but it may have been bad timing for the gang, with thanksgiving just days away. these turkeys, with no apparent fear of the upcoming holiday, took to the streets of northglenn, colorado and strutted their stuff. the turkeys looked unfazed as they pecked around and gobbled. no word if they'll stick around
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adele's new album was just released on friday... and it's already breaking records. plus... a s-u-v that had a role in the soprano's was up for auction over the weekend. we'll tell you how much it went for, next.
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adele's much anticipated "25" album went on sale friday... but it's already on track to break records. according to billboard magazine,
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it sold 900- thousand copies alone on itunes on its first day of release. forecasters say the album could go on to sell 2 and a half million copies in its first week. that would break n-sync's long-standing record. tony soprano's 2003 cadillac escalade from "the sopranos" is now in the possession of one lucky collector. the s-u-v sold for more than 119-thousand dollars! the model has a resale value of only about eight thousand dollars. the s-u-v bears the signature of the show's late star, actor james gandolfini. before his death in 2013, he signed the car's interior in three different locations: inside the driver's side sun visor, on a panel above the glovebox, and on the back of the driver's seat headrest. monday sarah- actress- singer miley cyrus is 23 al- tv personality robin roberts ("good morning america") is 55 sarah- singer bruce hornsby is
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61 this is maliyah ebert. she's three years old. you can see she was out having fun in the snow on friday. to see your photo on pic of the day, you can email it to us at ktivnews@ktiv .com or you can post it to our facebook page. >
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near 40 before some more widespread fog and drizzle develops tomorrow night. wednesday, will be a very gray and gloomy day with fog, drizzle and light rain, so low visibilities will be the main travel issue at hand then. those conditions will likely get worse wednesday night and thanksgiving day as a transition to a mix and eventually some snow occurs, so be sure to keep an eye on the weather as you plan your holiday festivities. black friday and the rest of the weekend look fine with a slight chance of rain/snow mix on sunday. see graphics. >> when we come back on this monday morning we'll give you the top headlines in siouxland.
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and a unique proposal happened this weekend. we'll tell you how
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here are the stories making top headlines this monday morning in siouxland. the holiday season is officially underway in sioux city! the downtown lighted parade rolled down 4th street last night. it was an evening packed with activities for the whole family. after the parade, santa's house opened at the howard johnson hotel. kids lined up to tell st. nick what's on their christmas wish lists this year. they also enjoyed cookies and hot chocolate. santa's house is a fundraiser for the children's miracle network. most of sioux center, iowa has power again after blowouts at two substations knocked out electricity to half the town early saturday morning. with the help of neighboring
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through saturday night to repair the electrical system, which had sustained considerable damage. adding to the problem, there was also a water main break. residents were asked to cut back on water use, but those repairs have also been made and the all-clear has been given for normal water use. a houston, texas man has been arrested in an armed robbery in sioux city on friday. 23 year-old regan maryland is charged with first-degree robbery in the incident at at k& n auto repair near 19th and center streets. an employee says a man came inside the shop and asked him to come around back and look at his car. that's where the employee says the man pulled a gun and took his wallet. and after siouxlanders dug out from friday's snowstorm, it was time for a little winter fun! sertoma park was filled with sledders and snowboarders on saturday. sertoma park is one of two public places in sioux city you can sled legally, the other is grandview park. some say it's a great family atmosphere.
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coming up on today.. new terror arrests in europe, overnight.. amid heightened security concerns entering the holiday week, here at home. we'll talk about it all with secretary of state john kerry, when he joins us. also ahead.. a massive manhunt for the suspect, who shot a good samaritan who was trying to help a woman in trouble. we're live in new orleans. then.. ..food for thought. a special "rossen reports" thanksgiving feast challenge. this morning, simple tricks to fool your brain.. into eating a little less, this year. and, the macy's thanksgiving day parade takes over our plaza. when we see you, here on today. >> a canadian man decided to propose to his sweetheart in a unique way. it's a potato proposal. brodie macdonald of prince edward island spelled out his proposal using potatoes. more than 200 of them. olivia must like potatoes.
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. good morning. breaking overnight, 16 people detained in a massive terror operation in belgium. its capital city on lockdown for a third straight day over new threats of paris style attacks. and police practice responding to a potential suicide bomber in
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will americans will safe as we get set for a long holiday weekend? we'll talk exclusively to secretary of state john kerry. donald trump says he'd bring back water boarding if elected president, calling it peanuts compared to what terrorists are doing. as a new national poll shows him holding on to a double digit lead. intense man hunt, new orleans police identify the gunman in this chilling video. a medical student shot in the stomach for stepping in to help a woman being attacked. >> we know who you are and you need to know that we are going to find you. >> the all-out search for the suspect. and concussion controversy. the st. louis rams quarterback hits his head hard on the turf and appears dazed as he struggles to get up. so why was he left in the game? questions facing his coaches and
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23rd, 2015. and good morning, everyone. welcome to today on a monday morning, the start of a holiday week and i have to say a lot f of jitters in this country and around the world. >> that's a part of these holidays these times. especially in light of what's happened overseas. >> a new round of raids overnight in belgium as police hunt for the alleged paris attacker abdelslam but so far he has managed to evade them. we're going to talk to secretary kerry in a moment but first our global correspondent, bill, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. brussels hasn't seen so many armored vehicles and troops on
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