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5 news midday. .we are iowa's most accurate weather team and we start with your forecast first." sam i hope you enjoyed our beautiful weekend because this week we are bringing on the rain and plenty of cold! today we are looking at mostly cloudy skies with rain moving across the state. the rain should be heaviest and most consistent through the morning, but we'll rain through the afternoon. even under the clouds and rain a southeast wind should help push our temperatures into the upper 50s across the state. overnight we are going to see cloudy skies with more scattered rain through the evening. tomorrow should be a much more wet day with the heaviest rain again occurring again through the morning and into the afternoon. over the next two days we will probably see rain totals ranging from 1"-3" depending on where the scattered showers fall between the heaviest rains this morning and tomorrow morning. wednesday also shows another rain chance likely heaviest in the morning again, but any rain wednesday should be a lot more isolated and accumulations look lower. big cold will come wednesday night and when it does, we will likely see a late rain/snow mix with a few snow showers possible but little to no accumulation. temps will fall into the 40s by the end of the week and should last well into next weekend. on local five
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news midday.... we have new details on that fatal car crash here in the metro last night-- sabrina: there will be an evidentiary hearing today on the bakken pipeline-- sabrina: the democratic presidential candidates took to the debate stage here in the metro over the weekend-- we'll take a look back at a weekend full of political events up next-- "local 5 news midday in hd starts now. we are iowa" sabrina good morning and thanks for joining us for local 5 news midday...i'm sabrina ahmed. sabrina: we should get more details today about sunday's fatal des moines. the accident at left two people dead sunday evening. des moines police say investigating crash, though excessive speed and impaired driving have been potential factors.. but say two involved... one was heading west, the other was turning into a quick trip when they collided... people who live nearby said the sound of the collision was like nothing they could have imagined... "my great grandson and i were sitting in all of the sudden there was just a great big it sounded like a tremendous explosion no screeching of brakes or anything just the loud explosion and we came out here and we could
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we have the names now of those involved- 53 year old des moines resident deanna gliem struck the vehicle driven by 60 year old des moines resident richard hummel and his passenger, 59 year old des moines resident randall sonnenburg. hummel and sonnenburg both died in the crash. sabrina: a worldwide manhunt is underway for one of the terrorists who murdered 129 victims friday and wounded more than 350 in a series of brutal, coordinated attacks. as the city of paris continues to mourn, authorities conduct a series of anti-terror to prevent abc's marci latest. than 100 raids in authorities search for an accused terrorist police say 26-year old salah abdeslam - led the team of gunmen who opened fire at people in restaurants and bars here in paris friday night nats 129 people were killed in the attacks at six
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locations across the city of lights? of the ten terrorists believed to be responsible - police say three survived- possibly escaping in this getaway car loaded with assault rifles? nats two of those suspects- taken into custody yesterday in belgium, nats but this morning- abdeslam is - still on the run. police have traced the killers' connections to isis?saying the terror group's commanders in syria- planned and directed the violence. sot richard clarke: "there is a specific unit on the organization charts of isis for external attacks" the french air force - quickly responding- dropping more than 20 bombs on the defacto isis capital of raqqa in northern syria? as police continue looking for others with links to the attacks- including the alleged mastermind- abdelhamid abaooud today- thousands here in paris- and across europe paused for a moment of silence. honoring the victims
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sabrina sam schrier with a look at sam weather adlib: (insert script here)
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it was five years ago - the summer
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of 2010 - when hundreds of men and women left eastern iowa for deployments in iraq or afghanistan. most returned home within 24 months. sunday morning, members of an army national guard unit shipped out from cedar rapids... about 40 members of the 6-49th regional support group said goodbye to their friends and families yesterday morning. they'll be heading to afghanistan to provide base operations support and security. for some of these soldiers, it's the first time they'll be going to that country. " sgt. rolando rivera 649th regional support group [take sot to: 0:10 duration:0:10]sot
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the statue, which sits outside of carver hall, appeared to be covered with shaving cream. the statues is a tribute to the school's first african american student in 1891 who went on to become a world-renowned agriculturalist. the vandalism happened between one and four p-m friday. university police are conducting an investigation, including if the incident was racially motivated. anyone who may have information is asked to call i-s-u police. sabrina: for fans of fantasy football, theres a major development in the state of new york. online sports leagues fan duel and draft kings both filed lawsuits against the empire state this weekend after the attorney general ruled it was illegal to play the games there. the two sites maintain that daily fantasy is a skill game, not chance. playing for kings and fan duel is already illegal form of but the lawsuit could mean a iowans.
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keith miller, drake law professor: "i think we're at a real crossroads in the daily sports and sports betting with those issues and in the next year, i think we're going to see a lot of changes in both of those fronts." sabrina: both corporations had been in hot water, after reports of employees would allegedly use insider information to make bets on the other site. sabrina: the iowa supreme court travels to west des moines today.. sabrina: the state's highest court is bringing its proceedings to a local high school. this evening proceedings in the case of iowa versus donald benjamin earl reed will be held inside the the staplin performing arts center at valley high school. the oral arguments are open to the public and will begin at seven tonight. a reception sponsored by the polk county bar association will follow the proceedings. sabrina: the discussion on the bakken oil pipeline project continues today with an evidentiary hearing... sabrina: more than 200 people spoke during thursday's public hearing on the pipeline at the boone county fairgrounds... hundreds traveled from across the
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debate on the would carry oil from the illinois...cutting state in half. the room was packed with people-- some listen. representatives of both sides of the debate had speak before the iowa utilities board. sabrina: of the board...which consists of these three people... thursday was the only day that the public could comment on the issue directly to them. evidentiary that, the three member board can have a meeting to discuss their decision or they can just send out a written notice. there is no det time table for when that has to happen. local five will continue to follow any developments in this story sabrina: local 5 news midday... new security measures here at home following the isis attack in paris-- president obama spoke this morning about the threat of isis and how to best
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proceed-- more information, coming up-- sabrina: and... what were the democratic candidates up to following the debate on saturday? we've got more details coming up-- sabrina: next.... a heartwarming story of a community rallying around their deputy fire chief and his battle with cancer-- "your wathcing local 5
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"your wathcing local 5 news midday in hd with sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast. this is local 5 midday. we are iowa" sabrina: the community of bondurant is rallying behind a deputy chief that's battling cancer. hundreds of by the bondurant american legion saturday night for a benefit to help out chris poulson. poulson has had three forms of cancer in the last three years, and the spaghetti dinner was done to help
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his family with his medical bills. even in the face of the toughest battle of his life, poulson is still inspiring those he works with. capt. chris sickels, bondurant fire fighting as hard as he can and he still wants to keep going on calls and stuff. he's missing it, really bad. " sabrina: poulson has had eight surgeries and has been shuffling back and forth to chicago to get treatment. the department has set up a gofundme account to help the family with more of the medical expenses. if you'd like to contribute, we've set up a link inside this story on weareiowa-dot- com. sabrina: saturday....the grapple on the brought a crowd to kinnick stadium the outdoor wrestling meet between the iowa hawkeyes and oklahoma state toppled the previous n- c-double-a record held by penn state. forty-two thousand 287 stands to see the event proved start to a good day for iowa athletics. sot
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hwkeyes head coach program like the which is not wanting for fans, is still trying to set the bar higher and higher and i think thats what important. " sabrina: box office attendants sold tickets well into officials say they're not sure will become a just yet.. nap-time is one of those things that probably when you had to do it as a of us are probably wishing we could catch a few z's in the afternoon... and if that's the case, there's some good news for you... some sleep experts not only say you should be napping- but that the perfect time to do it... is at work! that's right- an expert with the national sleep foundation says a power nap can help fight that dip in energy and alertness we often feel in the early to mid- afternoon... the ideal time to do it is between two and four pm, and only for about 20 minutes. now of course,
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most people are at work from two to four.. sleep experts say if your boss isn't ok with you taking a nap at your desk, try sneaking it in during your lunch break. all: (reax) " " as journalists and news outlets reported live bataclan theater reported live
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where at least 89 peop died in the paris attacks, a man rolled up his piano and started playing john lennon's imagine. a huge crowd gathered and his performance was quickly broadcast all over the world. his name is davide martello from germany, and he chose to skip a performance in germany to play for the paris crowd. all: (reax) sabrina sam is back now... sam i hope you enjoyed our beautiful weekend because this week we are bringing on the rain and plenty of cold! today we are looking at mostly cloudy skies with rain moving across the state. the rain should be heaviest and most consistent through the morning, but we'll likely still have some scattered off and on rain through the afternoon. even under the clouds and rain a southeast wind should help push our temperatures into the upper 50s across the state. overnight we are going to see cloudy skies with more scattered rain through the evening. tomorrow should be a much more wet day with the heaviest rain again occurring again through the morning and into the afternoon. over the next two days we will
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probably see rain totals ranging from 1"-3" depending on where the scattered showers fall between the heaviest rains this morning and tomorrow morning. wednesday also shows another rain chance likely heaviest in the morning again, but any rain wednesday should be a lot more isolated and accumulations look lower. big cold will come wednesday
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: i hope you enjoyed our beautiful weekend because this week we are bringing on the rain and plenty of cold! today we are looking at mostly cloudy skies with rain moving across the state. the rain should be heaviest and most
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consistent through the morning, but we'll likely still have some scattered off and on rain through the afternoon. even under the clouds and rain a southeast wind should help push our temperatures into the upper 50s across the state. overnight we are going to see cloudy skies with more scattered rain through the evening. tomorrow should be a much more wet day with the heaviest rain again occurring again through the morning and into the afternoon. over the next two days we will probably see rain totals ranging from 1"-3" depending on where the scattered showers fall between the heaviest rains this morning and tomorrow morning. wednesday also shows another rain chance likely heaviest in the morning again, but any rain wednesday should be a lot more isolated and accumulations look lower. big cold will come wednesday night and when it does, we will likely see a late rain/snow mix with a few snow showers possible but little to no accumulation.
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40s by the end of the week and should last well into next weekend. sam: sabrina:
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sabrina: severe storms tore through parts of california sunday afternoon. the national weather service confirms that a tornado did touch down.. you can see some of the aftermath here...it brought down trees and damaged homes. the storm also knocked out power to several hundred people. the national weather service is sending a survey team to look at the damage today. sabrina still to come on local five news midday... new security concerns following the isis attacks in paris over the weekend-- following president obama's remarks earlier this morning--- we'll have what
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" you're watching : sabrina: back to the isis attack in paris from over the weekend-- and how the united states is preparing for increased security here at home-- abc's pierre thomas has more in washington-- " in the wake of the paris massacre, security officials are " in the wake of the paris massacre, security officials are expanding the police presence at soft targets around the nation, including in times square. today and this week, americans should expect to see additional security near mass transit. (nats?) while this is a visible show of force, nearly a thousand terror investigations are underway right now in all 50 states - many involving isis. tw - dick clarke, former counterterrorism czar: "isis is much more capable, there are more of them.
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more than 70 suspected isis supporters arrested or confronted in the last two years?many identified after their communications were intercepted. retrack for legal a boston man shot by police after he was wielding a knife, allegedly chosen to specifically mimic isis executions. a florida man authorities to isis, allegedly plotting to plant a bomb in the sands of a busy key west beach. a suspected cell of isis radicals in the new york area, accused of planning to attack the george washington bridge. one of those men allegedly stabbed an fbi agent in the chest during a search of his home. end retrack (paris nats) but this morning, senior security officials tell abc news the sophisticated layered attack in france may have revealed a new tactic by isis? they are worried that isis may have deployed new encryption technology allowing them to communicate off the grid. invisible. wn - sot bratton "i've been complaining about going dark sabrina: we'll be right
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" you're watching local 5 news midday in hd. we are iowa" : sabrina: on your money now sabrina: with just ten days until thanksgiving, many of us may already have our travel plans set for gathering with the family... the annual tripadvisor thanksgiving travel survey shows that more of us are planning on making the trip to those holiday festivities than did last year. the majority plan to travel by car, with most of
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those cars going miles to their destination. sabrina: kia motors is recalling 260- thousand kia souls and warning drivers there may be a problem with the vehicles' steering controls. the company says the adhesive used to secure the steering pinion gear may not be strong enough. pinion gear could separate... and drivers can't the souls being recalled were made in 2014 and 2015. sabrina: and double-oh- crushing the box competition for straight weekend. "spectre" kept the top spot, making an estimated 35- million dollars since friday. the "peanuts movie" and "love the coopers" rounded out the the weekend. we could see a shake up at the box office next weekend, with the final chapter in the series. sabrina: you're gonna quarters for this vending machine.
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opened a five- story vending machine filled with used cars, in nashville you pick a car online first, you pick a car dealership. large coin to put and it pushes out large coin to put in the machine and it pushes out your car. customers can either test drive it, or buy it on the spot. sabrina: coming up on local 5 news midday... the democratic candidates had a busy weekend here in the hawkeye state, following their second debate on saturday-- sabrina: and.... both sides have out about obama's policies for handling the threat of isis, following the attacks in paris over the
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" you're watching local 5 news midday in hd. we are iowa" sabrina good morning and thanks for joining us for local 5 news midday...i'm sabrina ahmed.
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sabrina: back in your local election headquarters now-- once the debate was wrapped up saturday night...the democratic presidential hopefuls still decided to keep their campaigning in the hawkeyes state... elias: saturday night's debate wasn't for democratic presidential on sunday hillary clinton o'malley the democrat's fall ames... bernie sanders also remained in iowa, taking part moines and indianola... about the situation in paris and national security in the u-s. sabrina: hillary clinton and martin o'malley stopped by the central iowa democrat's fall barbeque in ames sunday... during the stop, both touched on many subjects including the economy, education and climate change. the recent attacks in paris have also been part of the discussion at political events. "there is so much at stake in this election the attacks in paris as i said last night at the debate are a sobering reminder of the challenges and the threats that we face and the importance of american leadership the hard truth of our time we need to own is
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or today than we were 12 years ago that is not the way our economy is supposed to work that is not the way our country is supposed to work. " sabrina: the barbeque was held by five different county democrat groups. more than 500 people were there. sabrina: meanwhile bernie sanders skipped out on the barbeque and instead held his own events in yesterday, including a town hall meeting at simpson college. meeting, he also addressed the security following the attacks in paris. sanders/(d) presidential candidate) i think we have to bring countries throughout and say we have a enemy that is doing this is an enemy that defeated, and my view is that people have got to get boots on the ground.. " sabrina:
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voters during a roundtable event in des moines sunday. sabrina: candidate ben carson is minute press nevada later this morning. carson's campaign sent last night and did not give out the subejct of the press conference. resort in nevada time, which is 11- 10 our time. recently been on from donald trump ranted about carson's book while campaigning in iowa last week. sabrina: republican candidate wants nbc to give him the same airtime the donald trump on saturday night live. under f-c-c rules, all g-o-p candidates are entitled to the twelve minutes and five seconds was given as host of s-n-l. pataki does not have to be on s- n-l.... but the
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n-l.... but the network does have to provide him with comparable time and a comparable platform. other candidates have until the end of today to file their requests as well. sabrina: and congressman steve king made a major announcement this morning in des moines. at his press conference at the downtown marriott, king announced that he would be endorsing republican presidential candidate ted cruz. and just minutes before king officially made the announcement, cruz actually tweeted the news out. tweeted the news out. sabrina meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. weather adlib: i hope you enjoyed our beautiful weekend because this week we are bringing on the rain and plenty of cold! today we are looking at mostly moving across the consistent through the morning, but we'll likely still have some scattered off and on rain through the afternoon. even under the clouds and rain a help push our temperatures into the upper 50s across the
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state. overnight we are going to see cloudy skies with more scattered rain through the evening. tomorrow should be a much more wet day with the heaviest rain again occurring again through the morning and into the afternoon. over the next two days we will probably see rain totals ranging from 1"-3" depending on where the scattered showers fall between the heaviest rains this morning and tomorrow morning. wednesday also shows another rain chance likely heaviest in the morning again, but any rain wednesday should be a lot more isolated and accumulations look lower. big cold will come wednesday night and when it does, we will likely see a late rain/snow mix with possible but little to no accumulation. temps will fall into the 40s by the end of the well into next weekend. sabrina: the paris attacks center at the presidential debate saturday
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night -- and on the campaign trail all weekend -- president obama heavily criticized for his strategy for fighting isis -- abc's jon karl has that side of the story, from the white house-- " in an interview that aired on gma the morning of the paris attacks, the president touted progress against isis in iraq and syria - sot/gs: but isis is gaining strength, aren't they? sot/bo: i don't think they're gaining strength. what is true is that from the start our goal has been first to contain, and we have contained them. since the attacks, the republican candidates have lined up to blast president obama as out of touch sot/jeb bush mtp the policy of containment isn't going to work and it is a policy of incremental just kind of running out the clock so the next president has to deal with this.sot/jeb bush mtp sot/fiorina "i am angry that / sot/ted cruz, fox & friends this will be coming to america. isis plans to bring these acts of terror to america. but with some recent progress on the battlefield - including
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that strike taking out jihadi john - the white house says the president meant containment of isis on the ground inside iraq sot/ben rhodes tw the fact is we have been able to stop that geographic advance and take back significant amounts of territory in both northern iraq and northern syria. even hillary clinton is now criticizing the president's talk of containing isis. just listen to what she said during the democratic debate over the weekend: 9:08:40 look at isis as the international terror network. it cannot be contained. it must be defeated. republicans are also sounding the alarm over the president's plan to increase the number of syrian refugees eligible to come to the united states sot/marco rubio we won't be able to take more refugees. it's not that we don't want to - it's that we can't. because there's no way to background check someone that's coming from syria. tag: the white house says no change of plans to accept at least 10,000 syrian refugees this year, but promises they will face extensive screening. meanwhile, the president is considering military options to help france respond to what it's called an act of war." sabrina: new this morning vandalism on the iowa state university campus... sabrina: university president steven leath issues a
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statement last night that a statue of george washington carver had been vandalized friday i-s-u police say carver hall, appeared to be covered with shaving cream. the statues is a tribute to the school's first african american student in 1891 become a world-renowned agriculturalist. happened between one and four p-m friday. university police are conducting an investigation, including if the incident was racially motivated. anyone who may have information is asked to call i-s-u police. sabrina: and take a look at this-- sabrina: sabrina: its becoming a record year for the hawkeyes...for the first time in school history they are ten and oh... the cyclones put up quite a fight against ranked oklahoma state...but unfortunately couldn't get the win... the panthers shut out missouri state...getting their sixth win of the season... kansas....still unable to get a win...but they aren't alone...the university of central florida aren't alone...the university of central florida is also oh and
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ten this season... arizona state picked up a fifth win. picked up a fifth win. ole miss took the weekend off. and wrapping up our tracker... grandview takes our tracker... grandview takes grandview takes win and sits at ten and one while drake takes its sixth loss of the season sabrina: season sabrina: the iowa supreme court travels to west des moines supreme court travels to west des moines today.. des moines today.. the state's proceedings to a local high school. this evening proceedings in the case of iowa versus donald benjamin earl reed will be held inside the the staplin performing arts center at valley high school. the oral arguments are open to the public and will begin at seven tonight. a reception sponsored by the polk county bar association will follow the proceedings. sabrina: the discussion on the bakken oil pipeline project continues today with an evidentiary hearing... sabrina: more than 200 people spoke during
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thursday's public hearing on the pipeline at the boone county fairgrounds... hundreds traveled from country to be debate on the would carry oil dakotas to illinois...cutting the hawkeye state in half. the room was packed with people-- some there to speak, listen. representatives the debate had their chance to speak before the iowa utilities board. sabrina: the decision is now in the hands of the board...which consists of these three people... thursday was the only day that the public could comment on the issue directly to them. comment on the issue directly to them. today, they plan to hold an evidentiary hearing. after comment on the issue directly to them. today, they plan to hold an evidentiary hearing. after that, the three meeting to decision or they can just send notice. there is no det time table for when that has to happen. local five will continue to follow any developments in
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this story sabrina still to come on local 5 news midday... (weather) sam has the details in central iowa's most accurate forecast next. "now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: i hope you enjoyed our beautiful weekend because this week we are bringing on the rain and plenty of cold! today we are looking at mostly cloudy skies with rain moving across the state. the rain should be heaviest and most
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the morning, but we'll likely still have some rain through the afternoon. even under southeast wind should temperatures into the upper 50s across the state. overnight we are going to see scattered rain through the evening. tomorrow should be a with the heaviest rain through the morning afternoon. over the next two days we will totals ranging from 1"-3" depending on where the scattered showers fall between the heaviest rains this morning and tomorrow morning. wednesday also shows another rain chance likely heaviest in the rain wednesday should and accumulations will come wednesday night and when it does, late rain/snow mix with a few snow showers possible but little to no accumulation.
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40s by the end of the week and should last well into next weekend. sam: sabrina: sabrina
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arl the animal rescue iowa's largest shelter, caring for pets each year. the arl from across the state of iowa through its programs, which include pet adoption, humane education, pet behavior training, spay/neuter, animal cruelty intervention and much more. the arl has grown founding in 1926 - programs that serve both people and homeless animals across iowa. the most obvious growth is the number of animals the arl provides shelter and care for each year. intakes have increased from a few thousand animals a decade ago to more than 15,000 animals in 2013. through our proactive community spay/neuter programs, in the past few years we have begun to see a decrease in the number of animals we care for, but our work is far from over. other areas of growth include the arl's programs designed specifically
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reasons animals end up in shelters, including spay/neuter, behavior training, and humane education programs. the arl's positive reinforcement training program has expanded to offer year-round classes, as well as free behavior advice for dogs, cats, rabbits and other pets. the shelter continues to spay and neuter all dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets and pigs that are adopted from our shelter. in addition to the animals that come through the arl's doors, the arl also serves the people of iowa through its many services. mission to promote animal welfare, strengthen the human-animal bond, and prevent the overpopulation of pets.
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sam weather adlib: i hope you enjoyed our beautiful weekend are bringing on the rain and plenty of cold! today we are looking at mostly cloudy skies with rain moving across the state. the rain should be heaviest and most consistent through the morning, but we'll likely still have some
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