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iowa's most accurate weather team and we start with your forecast first." sam we are dry across the state and after the gloomy and cold day we had yesterday, we can now look forward to something a little brighter and warmer. we are going to have partly sunny skies today, so while there won't be a ton of sun all day, there will be enough to warm us up into the mid 40s. overnight tonight we are going to see the clouds return, and so will the rain. showers will start popping up late tonight but more so through tomorrow morning across central iowa and give eastern iowa the heaviest rain totals. temperatures will be falling quickly on the back side of the rain, so it's possible we will have a bit of a rain/snow mix work across the state, but again rain is the primary form of precip expected tomorrow. thursday there is still a small chance for a few snow showers, but accumulations still look minimal at best, so travel shouldn't be affected. rain chances return late friday and last throughout the weekend and into early next week. we'll be in the 40s through most of the weekend but 30s are likely coming back in the middle of next week. sabrina: also coming up on local five news midday.... he wasn't just a football coach, he was a friend and mentor. this morning, friends react to the death of madrid's head coach. sabrina: 11 students are in trouble for hazing... hear how the ankeny school is reacting this morning. sabrina: plus.. 600 thousand dollars cut from the west des moines school budget.. but could more
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"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: our top story ....madrid mourns the sudden death of long time coach randy hinkel the beloved coach has a name that became synonymous with winner... sabrina: the beloved coach has a name that became synonymous with winner... randy hinkel was known for winning on the football field in madrid. but it was away from the gridiron where he may have left his biggest impact. local five's claire powell has the story "wanted to go to sleep wake up and realize it was a bad dream. it wasnt just a bad dream"d "we were looking for a football coach... and a teacher, he impressed us most as a teacher" j "first to chew your butt when you got it coming,but first to put his arm around you when you had that coming too" "he had that unique ability of making everybody important,
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had a role" "i got the news, i was shocked and didnt know what to do. i couldnt believe it would happen to someone like him, hes so strong" t "we had a lot of fun, hes the type of guy that just from friendship youre fortunate to have in your life. " whistles laughs "theres a long list of hinkelisms that we were fortunate to be a part of" "when the going gets tough, are we going to give up or nut up" hinkelism "whats it going to take to win tonight? he'll say outscore the opponent" > "lives not always easy, sometimes you get punched in the gut. how you respond to that is how youre going to be as a man" d "what are you going to do when you get uncomfortable? thatll
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ar eyou going to throw in teh towel or fight through it. ill use that for the rest of my life. that quote will be stuck in my brain" t "if youre on time you're late... that was a goodone" sp > "community as a whole is a better place because of randy hinkel" d "he was a big part of our lives outside off hte field, with our families." sp "we had a feeling hed be a great fit in madrid, he ended up being one of my best friends for a long time" jim "we'll remember him forever and he left his mark here and hes a true legend. never forget him. " ending? t
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in a statement, it's committed to students. it says, quote: "when concerns or issues regarding student conduct arise, ankeny schools administrators investigate then follow board of education, based the commenting on the students involved. west des moines have determined what will be cut as they try compensate for a drop in enrollment... the district will be cutting 13 items. one is the foreign language program for first through third graders. also cut, the des moines art center scholarships and 3-year-old general education preschool offered by the district. all these cuts will save west des moines schools nearly 600-thousand dollars. the district originally had a goal of saving 800-thousand. it's not clear if more cuts are ahead. sabrina: new this morning, a name change and new logo for a local crime stoppers organization. sabrina: polk county crime stoppers will now be operating under a new name....crime stoppers of
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the organization will maintain the same principals and efforts it has in the past, but is expanding to assist law enforcement in the communities surrounding the non-profit assists law incentives for crime tips....with coming from donations. the change effective on january first. iowa's safe at home program are now being accepted by the state's office... the program helps victims of domestic state officials expect around 150 people to sign up in the first half of the year... "this program offers a way out. it's not the answer, there's other initiatives that we will continue to work on, but it is, as you indicated, another tool in the tool box to start to make a difference for individuals that are suffering." " sabrina: safe at home helps keep personal information helps keep personal information private for survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, trafficking, and stalking. sabrina: from the brink of disaster, the make-a-wish foundation is now having a remarkable
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season. the jolly holiday lights were shut down due to flooding a little over a week ago. organizers were concerned they wouldn't be able to reach enough kids during the holidays. local hospitals started a push on social media, with the hashtag bring the jolly, and presented a check to the foundation. because of those efforts, make-a-wish now has nearly $400- thousand dollars. " "chris voggesser, make a wish iowa ceo: "at a time of year where you want something good and some good news to happen, we were able to make something bad for us turn it into something wonderful." sabrina: there's still time to contribute to it will run through january first. sabrina meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam we are dry across the state and after the gloomy and cold day we had yesterday, we can now look forward to something a little brighter and warmer. we are going to have partly sunny skies today, so while there won't be a ton of sun all day, there will be enough to warm us up into the mid 40s. overnight tonight we are going to see the clouds return, and so
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will start popping up late tonight but more so through tomorrow morning across central iowa and give eastern iowa the heaviest rain totals. temperatures will be falling quickly on the back side of the rain, so it's possible we will have a bit of a rain/snow mix work across the state, but again rain is the primary form of precip expected tomorrow. thursday there is still a small chance for a few snow showers, but accumulations still look minimal at best, so travel shouldn't be affected. rain chances return late friday and last throughout the weekend and into early next week. we'll be in the 40s through most of the weekend but 30s are likely coming back in the middle of next week. sabrina: moving to your national
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and the search for a texas teen... sabrina: authorities are looking for ethan couch, the teen who was spared jail time for a deadly drunk driving accident thanks to the infamous affluenza defense. there's a 5- thousand dollar reward in the case. his mother has officially been declared a "missing person" as well. couch was 16 when he killed four people while driving drunk. but using the "affluenza" defense, his lawyers essentially argued he was too spoiled to know the consequences of his actions. sabrina: las vegas authorities continue searching for a motive behind a driver's decision to take her car onto a sidewalk...hitting people and killing one. sunday night, 24 lakeisha holloway veered onto the side walk, accelerating into the crowd. investigators alcohol was involved, but whether under the influence of drugs. she's now facing at least one count of murder, and possibly several counts of attempted murder. sabrina: and an entire school district
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monday because of a threat of violence. administrators got an e-mail threatening two high schools in nashua. police say the cancellation gave them time to do safety checks in all schools. even if the threat turns out to be a hoax, investigators say whoever did it will still be prosecuted. classes are set to re-start today. sabrina: coming up on local 5 news midday... the holidays can take a toll on your healthy eating habbits.. but we're going to tell you how you don't have to completely fall off that healthy path! sabrina: next.... the force awakened this weekend at the box office.. but that's not the only place star wars is raking in the dough. we're talking your money -- next.
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"your wathcing local 5 news midday in hd with sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most
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we are iowa" sabrina on your money now sabrina a new study finds fewer americans have high-speed internet at home. pew research center found high costs of broadband internet connections -- and the convenience of smart-phones -- are the big reasons for the shift. researchers say 67 percent of americans have high-speed internet at home. that's compared to 70 percent in 20-13 -- about a three-percent drop in two years. sabrina: and boy did the force awaken over the weekend....the new star wars installment made 248 million dollars in north america...and 539 million dollars worldwide during its opening weekend. both setting new opening weekend records for a movie. and that's just the beginning... experts say companies cashing in on merchandising deals tied to star wars could look to bring in five billion dollars in global sales. sabrina: and with christmas just days away, the des moines parks and rec department has some unique gift
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for those who enjoy a swim, you may want to pick them up a season swim pass...which also have discounted prices this time of year. you could also honor a pet with a "dog bone" at one of the dog parks. and the department also offers gift certificates good for things like shelter rentals. sabrina sam is back now... sam i'll have your full forecast next.
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forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather
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we are dry across the state and after the gloomy and cold day we had yesterday, we can now look forward to something a little brighter and warmer. we are going to have partly sunny skies today, so while there won't be a ton of sun all day, there will be enough to warm us up into the mid 40s. overnight tonight we are going to see the clouds return, and so will the rain. showers will start popping up late tonight but more so through tomorrow morning across central iowa and give eastern iowa the heaviest rain totals. temperatures will be falling quickly on the back side of the rain, so it's possible we will have a bit of a rain/snow mix work across the state, but again rain is the primary form of precip expected tomorrow. thursday there is still a small chance for a few snow showers, but accumulations still look minimal at best, so travel shouldn't be affected. rain chances return late friday and last throughout the weekend and into early next week. we'll be in
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of the weekend but 30s are likely coming back in the middle of next week. sam:
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sabrina: take a look at this! if may not feel like it, but today will be the first full day of winter for the northern sabrina: finished its tilt eleven last night...moving us much of the country has experienced unusually warm for december. that's on the heels of the on record. on the el nio weather phenomenon. all/reax
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sabrina still to come on midday... we're going to you aren't getting completely off the healthy track this holiday season.
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welcome back -- let's take a look at your health news now... sabrina: the holidays are upon us, but that's not an excuse to veer from your diet. with a little thought and preparation, you can eat the treats you want without breaking your health habits. elizabeth cohen explains. eating during the holiday season is all about balance - eating the treats we want, but remembering our good health habits so we don't pack on the pounds. how do we make this happen? registered dietitian dana nahai says start by preparing lighter meals in-between the holiday get togethers. (dana nahai/registered dietitian) you want to focus on foods that
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like vegetables, whole grains and beans. such as in this dish with brown rice, lentils, butternut squash and parsley. and when you do head to the holiday parties, try not to pile too much on your plate. (dana nahai/registered dietitian) you don't want to consume more than the typical amount that you would consume at any other and if you're drinking to cut down on calories. (dana nahai/registered dietitian) try refilling your glass with water in-between cocktails. and though our schedules get hectic this time of year, it's important to remember to exercise. it can help burn off those extra calories, so that when we indulge we don't leave the holiday season with an extra bulge. " sabrina: following your health news -- the c-d-c is investigating five new cases of e-coli linked to chipotle restaurants. 53 illnesses in nine states have been reported since october. but officials say the new cases are a different rare type of e- coli. and it's still not clear if the five new cases are related to the original outbreak. the c-d-c says those five people ate at
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locations in oklahoma and kansas. chipotle said it has revamped its food safety practices and it's now implementing new programs. sabrina: and the food and drug administration has lifted a lifetime ban regarding blood donations. now, gay men can donate blood -- but only after 12 months of celibacy. the new guidance is the culmination of several years of scientific research. the ban was implemented by the f-d-a in 19-83 at the start of the aids crisis. at the time, little was known about the spread of the disease. sabrina we're going to take a quick break. you're watching local five news midday. we'll be back
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" you're watching local 5 news midday in hd. we are iowa" : sabrina: welcome back... we're taking a look at what's
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hour -- and new calls to regulate the weight of runway models. france just passed a law that in effect bans excessively thin models -- now public health experts here are urging officials do the same. abc's reena ninan has more " they are the epitome of glamour...the models that define style and beauty... [nats fashion show] but now, the fashion industry is under fire from critics who say that most models are dangerously thin, sot - katherine record - 17055 the modeling industry definitely encourages women - often explicitly so to maintain extremely thin frames. in a new editorial - public health experts and eating disorder professionals say the industry body standard is hazardous and encouraging problems like eating disorders and body dysmorphia. they write?"runway models are, by definition and professional necessity, starving to death." they are urging the u-s to regulate and set a standard b-m-i a working model must meet. just last week, france passed such a law requiring models to have a doctor's
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are healthy. sot katherine record / harvard school of public health - 165951 we have statistics such as 70% of adolescents report that they define the ideal body image as what they see in magazines, fashion magazines. record says that the average model who makes it big on the international stage has a bmi of 14 which is 2 points below the world health organization's definition of starvation. she wants the u-s occupational safety and health administration to require all models to have a bmi of 18 and above. sot katherine record / harvard school of public health - 170745 a bmi of 14 or below is not naturally skinny. you are at great risk at any time of day for cardiac arrest. " sabrina: also trending now...a miss universe flub sparks a thousand memes... by now you have heard about the crowning...de- crowning....and real crowning
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sunday night's pageant had a major mistake when the show's host, steve harvey, announced the wrong winner.. of course, the internet has taken notice, spawning plenty of humorous takes on the slip-up... some, used harvey's other hosting job on the "family fued" game show... others incorporated justin beiber's hit song "sorry" companies got in on the fun...such as this burger king tweet. sabrina: coming up on local 5 news midday... the contenders at the top of the polls are sparring with each other... hear what the donald said about hillary clinton. sabrina: next.... they thought they were next.... they thought they were completely out of luck after their biggest fundraiser was wiped out in the rain... but now the community is coming together to help make a
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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. sabrina: the race for president now -- and a new national poll this morning showing the gap closing in between two candidates right now this just as poll leader trump lashes out at hillary clinton -- abc's jon karl sat down with him in grand rapids, michigan overnight at a packed rally in grand rapids, michigan, donald trump went on an odd diatribe against hillary clinton ? using a term to describe how obama in 2008: trump 20:06:51 : she was got (bleeped), she lost, and she went after her for what she said in the abc democratic sot trump 19;49;07;15 what happened to her? no she's terrible. she's terrible "donald trump is on video and isis is to recruit" and it turned out to be a lie. that's a reference to this moment from the debate:
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debate: they are going to people showing videos of donald trump insulting islam and muslims in order to recruit more radical jihadists. 21:00:28 clinton's campaign has provided no direct evidence that's happened. trump has demanded an apology. 21 58 23 jk: hillary clinton says "hell no she wont apologize." you have demanded an apology, what now? dt: well look she lies. and she has been a liar whether it is the emails or so many other things. 'hell no' i mean it sounds like it's definitely not an apology. trump: she doesn't want to apologize up to her but, she lied apologize. she is making, beyond the video, is that your words are being out the arab world and is there any doubt what you are saying about muslims? dt: but there is no argument beyond the
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trump is on a video and they are distributing the video , etc etc. and there really is no argument beyond the video. they are using lots of things i imagine to recruit but they didn't use me on a video and i am not sure they used me at all frankly trump angrily dismissed suggestions that he is the republican hillary clinton could beat most easily. trump: when they say they want to run against me, that means they don't want to run against me, you do understand that ok. karl: let me tell you though i wanna, you tweeted about that. you talk to democrats they say that they would love nothing more than to run against you- trump: because that's the smart thing for them to say jon and for the first time on-camera, trump, the former owner of the miss universe pageant, who sold the organization after controversy about his comments on immigrants, weighed in on the screw up sunday night -where miss colombia was briefly crowned the winner by mistake. sot exchange on universe 21 53 17 jk: what was your reaction when you saw that happen? when you saw they crowned the wrong winner?
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card wrong. i mean it was simple , he just read it wrong. and you know it's crazy the way life works. it is probably going to end up being a good thing for the miss universe cuz, all over the world that is what they want to ask about. (11) sabrina/lam donald trump is still leading in the polls -- but the gap is shrinking. a quinnipiac poll released today has trump with 28 percent support, with cruz nipping at his heels with 24 percent. following that pair is marco rubio with 12 percent support, ben carson with 10 percent, chris christie with six percent and jeb bush with four percent. the survey was done entirely after c-n-n's debate in las vegas on december 15th. sabrina/lam speaking of debates -- fox news says an upcoming republican debate will be held right here in iowa next month. the two-hour debate will be held january 28th at the iowa events center in des moines, it's the last republican debate before the february 1st iowa caucuses. sabrina: and until then --
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of this election cycle on our weekly sunday political show: "this week in iowa." this sunday-- we'll get you caught up on everything important that's happened in 2015. it's our politics year in review show, 9 a-m on sunday here on local five. sabrina: new this morning, a name change and new logo for a local crime stoppers organization. sabrina: polk county crime stoppers will now be operating under a new name....crime stoppers of central iowa. the organization will maintain the same principals and efforts it has in the past, but is expanding to assist law enforcement in the communities surrounding polk county. the non-profit assists law enforcement by offering incentives for crime tips....with reward money coming from fund-raising and donations. the change becomes fully effective on january first. sabrina: governor branstad has his sights set on cyber-hackers! monday he announced an executive order to set up a state cyber-security strategy and update iowa's emergency response plan, he wants to better deal with the
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of an attack on the state's infrastructure. director of homeland security and emergency management mark schouten "like floods, tornadoes, and winter storms, it's important that we be prepared to respond to a significant cyber attack should one occur" the update to the state's emergency reponse plan will be part of a broader iowa cyber security strategy as requested by the governor in his executive order." sabrina: governor branstad also formed a state cyber working group last december to expand on the work that was being done at the national level. that group is made up of state agencies and federal and private partners. sabrina: in other news...an investigation is underway in ankeny this morning. sabrina: the focus is on a possible hazing incident at ankeny centennial high school. it apparently involved 11 students. in a statement, the district says it's committed to the safety of all students. it says, quote: "when concerns or issues regarding student conduct
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schools administrators investigate reports and then follow policy set by the board of education, based on the circumstances." the district isn't commenting on any disciplinary action against the students involved. sabrina: west des moines school officials have determined what will be cut as they try compensate for a drop in enrollment... the district will be cutting 13 items. one is the foreign language program for first through third graders. also cut, the des moines art center scholarships and 3-year-old general education preschool offered by the district. all these cuts will save west des moines schools nearly 600-thousand dollars. the district originally had a goal of saving 800-thousand. it's not clear if more cuts are ahead. sabrina meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam we are dry across the state and after the gloomy and cold day we had yesterday, we can now look forward to something a little
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partly sunny skies today, so while there won't be a ton of sun all day, there will be enough to warm us up into the mid 40s. overnight tonight we are going to see the clouds return, and so will the rain. showers will start popping up late tonight but more so through tomorrow morning across central iowa and give eastern iowa the heaviest rain totals. temperatures will be falling quickly on the back side of the rain, so it's possible we will have a bit of a rain/snow mix work across the state, but again rain is the primary form of precip expected tomorrow. thursday there is still a small chance for a few snow showers, but accumulations still look minimal at best, so travel shouldn't be affected. rain chances return late friday and last throughout the weekend and into early next week. we'll be in the 40s through most of the weekend but 30s are likely coming back in the middle of next week. sabrina: jolly holiday lights is one of
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sabrina: jolly holiday lights is one of the biggest fundraisers for make a wish iowa all year long. but this year, it was cut short.... .... as floodwaters drenched the displays and doused fundraising hopes for the season. it had all the makings of a disaster. but that's when some great community leaders stepped in. local 5's jacob peklo has their story. the outline still remains for the jolly holiday lights in des moines...a season cut short by flooding. but the lights are the only thing darkened by those waters. chris voggesser, make a wish iowa ceo: "at a time of year where you want something good
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happen, we were able to make something bad for us turn it into something wonderful." the annual show was supposed to continue until the new year... expected to pull in nearly $200-thousand dollars for the make a wish foundation. several groups turned that setback into a personal challenge...including iowa clinic ceo ed brown. ed brown, iowa clinic ceo: "we thought it was a great cause, something that we could all get behind as health care leaders. we had no idea what it would culminate into." it became a true community effort, one that far exceeded the boundaries of the metro, getting donations from all over the country. chris voggesser, make a wish iowa ceo: "we've said all along that the money we raise needs to go to the kids and that's where it's going to go." local businesses, classrooms, and neighbors contributed to the cause. on monday, three local hospitals gave their gifts to ceo chris voggesser, chipping in $60- thousand in just over a week's time. all adding up to nearly $400,000 for make a wish. chris voggesser, make a wish ceo: "i can't say
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make a wish iowa." and those contributions will go toward repairing the lights, but it'll also ensure even more wishes come true. ed brown, iowa clinic ceo: "and if we're fortunate, we're going to be able to see those funds grow, to be there for the kids." chris voggesser, make a wish iowa ceo: "you'll get to know where this money goes. you'll see videos of our wish kids, you'll see photos of our wish kids, and we're going to post them and snap them on #bringthejolly because everyone's still connected." sabrina: there's still time to make a contribution to make a wish. if you want to bring the jolly, you can do so through january first. sabrina still to come on local 5 news midday... (weather) sam has the details in central iowa's most accurate forecast next.
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most accurate forecast with
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schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam we are dry across the state and after the gloomy and cold day we had yesterday, we can now look forward to something a little brighter and warmer. we are going to have partly sunny skies today, so while there won't be a ton of sun all day, there will be enough to warm us up into the mid 40s. overnight tonight we are going to see the clouds return, and so will the rain. showers will start popping up late tonight but more so through tomorrow morning across central iowa and give eastern iowa the heaviest rain totals. temperatures will be falling quickly on the back side of the rain, so it's possible we will have a bit of a rain/snow mix work across the state, but again rain is the primary form of precip expected tomorrow. thursday there is still a small chance for a few snow showers, but accumulations still look minimal at
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shouldn't be affected. rain chances return late friday and last throughout the weekend and into early next week. we'll be in the 40s through most of the weekend but 30s are likely coming back in the middle of next week. sam: sabrina: sabrina:
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sight in the sky overhead this christmas... and no, we're not
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santa claus. sabrina: nasa says the last full moon of the year will appear on christmas day. its peak should occur just after six a-m eastern time. the rare sight is called a full cold moon because it shows up during the beginning of winter. a full moon hasn't appeared on christmas day since 19-77. and it won't happen again for another 19- years. all/reax (ad libs) sabrina you're watching local five news midday.
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: sabrina: if you're looking for something to watch on t-v tonight -- we have you covered. abc's robin roberts has a big special-- her look back at all the big moments that defined 2015 -- and the people who inspired us most, here's a sneak peek at her heroes of the year " ( nats + music) this year there were no shortages of heroes? or shall we say she-roes... nats world cup: "that's it. game over. the u.s. wins the 2015 women's cup!" from the soccer field to center stage...women inspired us all.... nats: "goal!" the us women's national soccer team showed us all that teamwork and determination can lead to greatness. ashley graham [14:49:21:26] us women's soccer team kicked some a... nats: "hat trick for lloyd!" lz granderson: 16;47;57;00 they represented america. emmy 2015 - tc: 00;02;50;00
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away with murder" with her win, viola davis was the first african-american woman to take home the emmy in the drama category for her lead role in how to get away with murder... nats from how to get away with murder: "we won because i did my job." kevin frazier nats from davis' speech: "the only thing that separates women of color from anything else? is opportunity." bethenny frankel [14:59:54;29] viola davis is proof that talent really does win out in the end. off the stage and field, there were so many heroes among us. the families of the charleston church shooting victims taught us heroism comes from the heart when there is room for forgiveness. speaking directly to the killer in court they showed incredible strength in the wake of tremendous grief.
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sot1: "we have no room for hate... so we have to forgive. and i pray god on your soul." sot2: "i will never talk to her ever again... i will never be able to hold her ever again. but i forgive you." nancy grace: [13;22;50;00] they taught us a lesson, didn't they? on how to move on and not let the killer claim even more lives. the lives of the living. in a year with so much darkness, a beautiful lesson from all of these heroes on how to view the world." sabrina: be sure to tune in to local 5 to catch the full special -- including this past year's biggest names, hottest trends and lowest moments. that's tonight at 8. sabrina still to come on local 5 news midday... before you head out the door to grab you lunch -- sam's in with a final look at your forecast. stick with us.
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sam we are dry across the state and after the gloomy and cold day we had yesterday, we can now look forward to something a little brighter and warmer. we are going to have partly sunny skies today, so while there won't be a ton of sun all day, there will be enough to warm us up into the mid 40s. overnight tonight we are going to see the clouds return, and so will the rain. showers will start popping up late tonight but more so through tomorrow morning across central iowa and give eastern iowa the heaviest rain totals. temperatures will be falling quickly on the back side of the rain, so it's possible we will have a bit of a rain/snow mix work across the state, but again rain is the primary form of precip expected tomorrow. thursday there is still a small chance for a few snow showers, but accumulations still look minimal at best, so travel shouldn't be affected. rain chances return
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