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place. wind speeds are stout from the south and southeast between 10 and 20 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we'll reach a high in the upper 50s. jessica rae: the family of a sioux city toddler who was killed in a fire last month.... received some much needed support from the community this weekend. abc9 news reporter lucas voss has more on the two women who organized a special event. v: a by chance meeting on facebook brought them together. one with a connection to the family that lost their son ... the other just wanting to help. sot: "i wanted to help in anyway that i could. i can't imagine losing a child let alone having to worry about the cost of a funeral" both are mothers and were deeply touched by what happened to nico torres. they can relate ... and it made them want to help even more. sot: "it means everything. like i said i couldn't even imagine i only have one child so i couldnt image
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losing my son. sot: "i have children ... i am a mom ... i couldn't even imagine the feel of losing your child ... (cries) today was a special day for both of them. they organized several events over the past weeks but the silent auction at st. michael church was their biggest. over 40 items were on display... with a value far over 1000 dollars going to the torres family. a gesture both think ... set the community apart. sot: i am so blessed to have the people in the community come out. it has been absolutely amazing i am in shock and aw everyday. sot: it just pulls at your able to check off their thanksgiving grocery list... and help families in need.
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shoppers were asked to donate food at local hy-vee on saturday volunteers from the wener restoration in bettendorf organized the event...with a goal of feeding 100 families this thanksgiving. the group raised more than a thousand pounds of food... and surpassed their goal of feeding a hundred families all thanks to the generosity of shoppers who donated everything from turkeys to cranberry sauce... " jessica rae: still to come... fantasy sports are illegal here in iowa. but, if lawsuits in new york succeed, that could mean a new era of gaming. i'll tell you how... next. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... jessica rae... and scott larson.... this is abc9 news this morning. " ""
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everyone. herea storm system is going to be dropping some significant rainfall locally during the next couple of days. today, we'll have showers during the morning with isolated sprinkles and some drizzle moving into the afternoon. the storm picks up some extra energy tonight spreading more showers into the area along with the potential for thunderstorms. then on wednesday the system will begin to weaken. today's forecast calls for showers
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cover during the afternoon with a high of 57. tonight, we'll watch as showers pick back up in intensity and coverage with a low of 53.omorrow's high is 58 with showers likely and some thunderstorms possible. here's your 7 day forecast where cooler air is going to move in later this week. jessica rae: scott: adlib jessica rae: a pair of lawsuits in new york could make a splash in the world of online sports going to be dropping some significant rainfall locally during the next couple of days. today, we'll have showers during the morning with isolated sprinkles and some drizzle moving into the afternoon. the
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tonight spreading more showers into the area along with the potential for thunderstorms. then on wednesday the system will begin to weaken. today's forecast calls for showers this morning then drizzle and cloud cover during the afternoon with a high of 57. tonight, we'll watch as showers pick back up in intensity and coverage with a low of 53. tomorrow's high is 58 with showers likely and some thunderstorms possible. here's your 7 day forecast where cooler air is going to move in later this week. jessica rae: scott: adlib jessica rae: a pair of lawsuits in new york could make a splash in the world of online sports gambling. currently, iowa is one of only five
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states that doesn't allow it. reporter jacob peklo shows us how that could soon change. " (colby oberembt has been a sports fan for years, but he's noticed how he watches has changed with the rise of fantasy football. colby oberemb t, adel resident: "i was always a huge packers fan and that's all i cared about, and never watched any other games beside that, but now it's turned into all i want to watch are the guys that are playing for me." colby's not alone. monitoring multiple games and players is the norm now, with more than 75 million people expected to play fantasy this year. but in iowa, the latest fad...daily money leagues like on fanduel and draft kings...isn't allowed. in fact, no kind of online gambling is allowed in iowa. colby oberembt, adel resident: "i guess i don't understand why iowa won't allow it. it's kind of weird that so many other places do it. i mean, i realize it, there's ups and down. like with any other gambling, sometimes you're going to win and sometimes you're going to lose." keith miller has been studying sports law for more than a decade. he says iowa has closely followed that precedent for more than 80 years miller says there
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was a bill to legalize online sports gambling failed in the state legislature last year. and with larger states like nevada and new york deeming dail fantasy a form of gambling, he doesn't see iowa bucking any trends. keith miller, drake law professor: "what is more likely is that issues about sports betting are going to become more prominent nationally, and that if sports betting were to become legal, then probably daily fantasy sports leagues would as well." draftkings and fanduel maintain that daily fantasy is not a form of gambling, but is in fact, a matter of skill. it's why they're both suing new york's attorney general to get the sites back online in the state. with the line in the sand, miller says both sides will be watching new york with baited breath. keith miller, drake law professor: "if new york were to get a judicial affirmation that fantasy sports was illegal business, illegal gambling, that would be a very serious blow to the industry.")>> " jessica rae: history was made during yesterday's kansas city chiefs... denver broncos game. quarterback peyton manning became the n-f-l's all time leading passer after throwing a
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four yard pass early in the game. "join us in congradulating peyton manning on becoming the all time passing leader in nfl history! " jessica rae: the completion gave him 71 thousand 800 and time passing leader in nfl history! " jessica rae: the completion gave him 71 thousand 800 and 41 yards for his career... passing future hall of famer brett favre. but it wasn't all good news for manning yesterday. he was benched for the first time in his career... after throwing four interceptions. kansas city went on to win the game. jessica rae: " when we come back... you'll meet two very different fitness phenoms. first... i'll introduce you to an eight year old that puts us all to shame! stay tuned to hear from this amazing kid... " " jessica rae: plus... you'll meet the oldest yoga teacher in the world. but that's not the only special aspect of this lady. more on her
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get the most out of your work out? a new excercise routine....can help you burn the most fast...even after you've left the gym. the workout is called "orange theory fitness".
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and it targets different heart rate zones.... each represented by a different color. here's how it works... every-one straps on a heart rate monitor.... and as they exercise...their numbers are displayed on the overhead screens. colors change when their heart rate reaches a certain zone. the trainers say if you reach the orange zone and stay there for a certain amount of time.... your body will burn more calories even after your workout. it's a theory based on a science known as "e-poc." " epoc stands for excess postexercise oxygen consumption and that is really why we breathe faster after we've had a period of strenuous activity. for several hours afterwards you continue to have a really high metabolism and that's what turns into losing weight. jessica rae: and with the monitors... the trainers are able to make sure everyone's where they need to be. jessica rae: an eight-year-old montana girl could be the definition of girl power. brooklynn sittner.... is taking the cross-fit community by storm.... competing with
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people twice her size. she started out at the gym as a spectator... but quickly picked up on the workouts. brooklynn trains every week now with her father, who is also her coach. " (brooklynn sittner/crossfit competitor) "you just have to believe you can lift, and there's no way you can do crossfit if you didn't like, believe in yourself." jessica rae: brooklynn hopes to compete in the cross-fit games when she's 14-- the competition is basically the olympics of cross-fit. jessica rae: she's a former dancer... model.. and actress.. and for the past three years... has been recognized as the world's oldest living yoga teacher... but her positive message today... is timeless. abc's reena ninan has her story. "meet the real-life forrest gump. throughout her 97 years tao porchon lynch - like gump - has witnessed historic moments first hand and met with some of the most influential icons like bob hope, dalai lhama, and deepak chopra. but unlike the famed character played by tom hanks, her secret isn't running
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(movie nat) "i keep running" it's stretching. (nat of yoga instruction) and her longevity has made her the oldest living yoga teacher. born in india in 1918 tao moved to france as a young woman -- she had early success in modeling for famed designers like coco chanel. but when world war ii broke out -- she found herself drawn into the resistance against nazi germany. and it was then that she realized the power of positive change in teaching yoga to others. ( tao porchon-lynch)) "i think the nicest thing i can accomplish is when somebody says they can't do something and i show them they can." she toured the u-s and combined a career in show business - completing over 300 film scripts that have been used -- with her love of yoga and call to social activism. she's walked with gandhi and martin
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luther king jr, but she credits her uncle who raised her with teaching her compassion and acceptance "he told me to never look down on anyone. even though a farmer may be illiterate in education he knows more about the soil than you do so you're illiterate about the soil." (not sure if this will work because the quote is a little messy) tao has defied the aging process. her secret weapon? positive thinking! reena: "what's your secret to success?" tao:"i wake up and think this is the best day of my life. what you t in your head materializes. so don't materialize anything negative. only positive." she's broken her wrist and had 3 hip replacements...but tao doesnt count the injuries or even the years. and she has no intention of slowing down... tao porchon- lynch"i'm not
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interested in what i can't do... just know nothing's in fact tao learned to dance when she was 85. ((passadoble)) since then, she has won more than 700 first place dance prizes, even traveled to countries as far away as india where she danced with famed bollywood tao has inspired world. young or old, she makes quite students. student a little girl 6 years old said to me, "tao, to do when you not going to retire." dance my way to the next planet." she said, " oh that makes sense. we've put a man on the moon. so when i get to be your age, i'll be able to find you." reena: do you ever think about death? tao: no, i have a feeling that this is not the end - this tiny little planet of the earth. and she offers this advice for a younger generati. tao: "don't procrastinate. tomorrow never comes. one minute up to midnight is already today." i wasted no time trying out her moves. (reword?) ((vo- tao teaching reena yoga - reena struggles to do the
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could be a fun exchange between the two of them, with some good sound, but i need to look at the tape) that's tao, a master of yoga and of.. life. tao nats of prayer from end of yoga class: "may the light of yoga.. join your body, mind, and spirit, to bring you peace, to bring you love, to bring you health. lead us from the unreal into real, from darkness into the light of inner knowledge. shanti, shanti, shanti. shalom shalom sholom. amen. amen. amen." reena ninan, abc news new york jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about tao porchon- lynch. jessica and scott are chatting about tao porchon- lynch. jessica and scott are chatting about tao porchon- lynch. jessica and scott are chatting about
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scott:good morning siouxland. here's a check of your satellite and radar where we have some showers passing through the region along with a rumble of thunder or two. temperatures are warm at near or above 50 degrees thanks to the humidity and cloud cover currently in place. wind speeds are out from the south and southeast between 10 and 20 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we'll reach a high in the upper 50s. scott: here's a quick check outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone...
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to watch your d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... w. 4th street and on wesley parkway. so again... mind that speed. jessica rae: thanks scott... wireless companies are making it easier for people to call paris following the terror attack. reena ninan and kendis gibson have the details hey, there, in day's "techbytes," free calls to paris in the wake of the terror attacks. >> several u.s.ireless carriers are makining it easier for amamericans to reach out to their friends and family. verizon, sprprint and t-mobile all announcing it free of charge. facebook plans to activate safety check. more frequently.
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it's a feature that allows peopleo let their friends know that they're okay. >> it was used ding the terror attacks in france. up until now it has only been used for natural disasters. speaking of facebook users are showing their support for the victims in paris. >> millions of p people have changed 245ir pfile picture to show blblue, white and red, the colors of the french flag.. >> so many people have do that in the last few ys. >> such a gat sign of solidarity. fitting tribute. >> those are your "techbytes."
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>> have a great day, everybody. dave, i'm sorry to interrupt. i gotta take a sick day tomorrow. dads don't take sick days, dads take nyquil severe the nighttime,e, sniffli, sneezing, coughing, aching,
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early to start planning for the big day. one of the most popular sides is the stuffing... and howard has a recipe that will make you the talk of the holiday spread. "with thanksgiving next week, we're starting to think about what we're going to serve to make this year's feast a little different. i'm not talkin' about serving anything bizarre, but what i'm suggesting
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is you shake things up a bit by giving some of our basics. a welcome facelift. let me show you a twist on stuffing we just came up with. we started by cutting a french bread into 1" chunks and toasting them in the oven. while they baked, we sauted some onions and celery in a bit of butter just until they were tender. now in a large bowl we combine some chicken broth, a few beaten eggs, some freshly chopped parsley and a handful of spices. once that's all mixed, we toss in our toasted bread and our veggies. one more quick toss and we pour it into.get this, a bundt pan and into the oven it goes for 45 minutes or so. you see, making this in a bundt pan not only makes it look fancier when it's baked, it allows it to cook faster. when you serve this on a platter next to all your holiday fixin's, get ready for lots of oohs and aahs. this is not only pretty to look at, it's downright delicious. so why not go online and get our brand new recipe for, "bundt pan stuffing," so you can dress up your holiday table with a side dish that'll be
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howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we found a "fancy schmancy way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" jessica rae: " coming up.... i'll bring you the absolute latest on the terror attacks in paris... including details how the attacks were carried out. stay tuned for the full story. scott: " " scott happy monday everyone. let's look outside on the port
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company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. here's a check of your satellite and radar where we have some showers passing through the region along with a rumble of thunder or two. temperatures are warm at near or above 50 degrees thanks to the humidity and cloud
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are stout from the south and southeast between 10 and 20 miles per hour. here's a check of your stormcast hd where a storm system is going to be dropping some significant rainfall locally during the next couple of days. today, we'll have showers during the morning with isolated sprinkles and some drizzle moving into the afternoon. the storm picks up some extra energy tonight spreading more showers into the area along with the potential for thunderstorms. then on wednesday the system will begin to weaken. today's forecast calls for showers this morning then drizzle and cloud cover during the afternoon with a high of 57. tonight, we'll watch as showers pick back up in intensity and coverage with a low of 53. tomorrow's high is 58 with showers likely and some
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thunderstorms possible. here your 7 day forecast where cooler air is going to move in later this week. company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. here's a check of your satellite and radar where we have some showers passing through the region along with a rumble of thunder or two. temperatures are warm at near or above 50 degrees thanks to the humidity and cloud cover currently in place. wind speeds are stout from the south and southeast between 10 and 20 miles per hour. here's a check of your stormcast hd where a storm system is going to be dropping some significant rainfall locally during the next couple of days. today, we'll have showers during the morning with isolated sprinkles
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afternoon. the storm picks up some extra energy tonight spreading more showers into the area along with the potential for thunderstorms. then on wednesday the system will begin to weaken. today's forecast calls for showers this morning then drizzle and cloud cover during the afternoon with a high of 57. tonight, we'll watch as showers pick back up in intensity and coverage with a low of 53. tomorrow's high is 58 with showers likely and some thunderstorms possible. here's your 7 day forecast where cooler air is going to move in later this week. jessica rae scott: company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. here's a check of your satellite and radar where we have some showers
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passing through the paris remains on edge in the wake of friday's terror attacks... as authorities have arrested seven and continue their international manhunt for an 8th man they believe was involved in the attacks. this comes as the french government launched a giant bombing mission of an isis stronghold in syria. abc's marcy gonzalez has the latest. jessicrae: the obama administration is calming fears of a potential isis 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 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? nat
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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. 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 to look for others with links to the attacks- the heartbreak still pierces- from paris - to california. tim mraz, nohemi gonzalez's boyfriend: 'she'll always be in my heart, and i think she'll gonna be in everyone else's heart, too." jessica rae: the obama administration is calming fears of a potential isis attack here on u-s soil. when asked about the matter, officials said the terror
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group's ability to launch an attack like the one on france...in the u- s...is limited. earlier this year, the director of national intelligence...jame s clapper... said the number of potential threats in the u-s is around 40... and they're being closely monitored. officials say...the terror group's success in america.... has come largely from recruiting and motivating online sympathizers. jessica rae: a car accident on i-29 friday night has left one person dead. it happened around eleven- thirty. the iowa state patrol says...a 2000 jeep cherokee... driven by salvador mendoza rear ended...a 20-15 nissan altima at a high speed. both vehicles went off the road and into a ditch. the jeep cherokee rolled over..and mendoza was ejected from the car. he was pronounced dead at the scene. the driver and two passengers in the nissan were taken to the hospital for non- life threatening injuries. jessica rae: the family of a sioux city toddler who was killed in a fire last month... received some much needed support from the community this weekend. a silent auction
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was held on saturday... to raise money for the torres family. the event took place at the saint michael church in sioux city.... and also featured a donation drive. organizers say they wanted to help relieve some of the financial burdens the family is facing. " we don't have a goal ... a dollar amount goal. we don't have a goal for how many household items we want. we just want to do what we can." jessica rae: all proceeds from the event will go towards helping the torres family. the family lost eir 3 year-old son..nico torres..and their home in a fire on october 30th. jessica rae: shoppers in bettendorf were able to check off their thanksgiving grocery list and help families in need. shoppers were asked to donate food at a local hy-vee there on saturday volunteers from the wener restoration in bettendorf organized the event... with a goal of feeding 100 families this thanksgiving. the group raised more than a thousand pounds of food... and surpassed their goal of feeding a hundred families. all thanks to the generosity of shoppers who donated everything from
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" " jessica rae: coming up in sports... morningside won the g-pac title on saturday for the fifth consecutive season. hear from the mustangs when we come back scott: jessica rae:
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backpack program is back! and kirk is here to talk more about the woodhouse challenge! this is our 3rd year supporting the
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siouxland food bank backpack program (woodhouse has been doing this program in omaha for 7 years) we raised $40,000 last year for siouxland our goal this year is $65,000 which correlates to 500 kids sponsored. this all stays in siouxland! it is $132 to sponsor 1 child for the school year (33 weeks) woodhouse challenge - we challenge anyone to fast for 24 hours! (including news anchors and network employees!!!) 11/18 (7pm) to 11/19 (7pm) pizza ranch is donating a % of profits to participants who eat pizza ranch after the completion of the fast (woodhouse will have a coupon to give to participants). they can call in to woodhouse (712-277- 3221) and we will email the coupon to them. we are in our month long fundraising campaign for the
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backpack program. although this is sioux city woodhouse's second backpack program siouxland, creating hope for children in eastern nebraska and western iowa for several years now. it first started in 2009, when the owner learned how serious of a problem childhood food insecurity was in the omaha area. he then approached the employees, and with a vote, the employees donated the money designated for their christmas parties to the foodbank for the heartland to help fund the backpack program in omaha. woodhouse has set up the program with the local foodbank for the same program here in sioux city. the schools in our area that currently are participating in the backpack
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season long and they capped it off with a big win over the weekend. alex walker has more. good m orning....saturday afternoon, morningside routed doane, winning the gpac crown for the fifth consecutive season. ryan kasdorf tied a mustang single-game record with seven passing touchdowns, leading morningside to a 55-7 win. and with a seven- touchdown day, you have a wild stat line for the mustang receiving corps. jason vanderkooi, connor niles and michael whitehead combined for 422 yards and six scores against the nation's best scoring defense. offensively, 616 total yards for the gpac champions....a bit of redemption against a doane team that beat the 'stangs in 2014. just feels great, especially after last season. we have been hearing all the talk, all the noise about how good this team is and they are a good team, there's no doubt about it,m and it just goes to our coaches our preparation and the heart of this team...we were in a similar position last year when we got up quick and they came back and beat us. we just told ourselves this whole game that we were going to fight, fight, fight
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regardless of the score and we were going to come out gpac champions at the end." morningside will make its n-a-i-a leading 12th consecutive post- season appearance on saturday at home against saint xavier.. for the first time in program history, iowa is 10-0. the hawkeyes outlasted minnesota in a shootout, returning the floyd of rosedale trophy to iowa city. and what a night it was for the iowa offense. c.j. beathard led the hawks to 506 yards of total offense, a season-high. iowa also scored thirty plus points for the fourth straight big ten game for the first time in school history. under center, beathard improved to 11-0 as a starter, while leshun daniels added 195 yards and three scores....iowa....cruis ing right along. they should feel really proud of that. it's significant. there is no question about that. significant last week to go 9-0 match that 2009 team. to push it to 10-0 it feels pretty good i also think we are focused on the moment quite frankly. " it's very special. it is something i will remember forever. hearing thesde honorary captians come back and talk about is something i can come back and tlak about." iowa has risen to six in this week's ap top 25. the hawkeyes host purdue next saturday and a big congrats tonity christian senior anna kiel. our
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2014-15 female athlete of the year has decided to continue her volleyball career at iowa state. in ames, she will join moc-floyd valley grad alexis conaway and heelan grad natalie vondrak. kiel signed her letter of intent wednesday morning and she is ready to be a cyclone. i am so excited. i know a couple girls from their team. and it is just so amazing to be able to go to such a big university and it is such a blessingh. i will try to bring me be and i will keep working on my game and continue to get better." congrats again to anna...best of luck at iowa state. jessica rae scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. here's a check of your satellite and radar where we have some showers passing through the region along with a rumble of thunder or two. temperatures arewarm at near or above 50 degrees thanks to the humidity and cloud cover currently in place. wind speeds are stout from the south and southeast between 10 and 20 it's time now to check on your forecast... scotgood morning
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siouxland. here's a check of your satellite and radar where we have some showers passing through the region along with a rumble of thunder or two. temperatures are warm at near or above 50 degrees thanks to the humidity and cloud cover currently in place. wind speeds are stout from the south and southeast between 10 and 20 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we'll reach a high in the upper 50s. showers passing through the region along with a rumble of thunder or two. temperatures are warm at near or ove 50 degrees thanks to the humidity and cloud cover currently in place. wind speeds are stout from the south and southeast between 10 and 20 miles per hour. here's the to eat healthy during the holidays... even if we are travelling. plus here's what you can expect
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coming up on gma " " jessica rae: we have some
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morning. we have received word from tim higgins... the utilities superintendent for the city... that casselman street is closed from west 4th street to west 6th street due to a water main break. the detour is fawcett street. jessica rae: the nation's spotlight was on des moines this weekend for the presidential debate. at drake university three democratic presidential candidates took part in their second debate of the primary process. the candidates focused on several issues
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including wall street, gun laws, and minumum wage. each of the candidates also talked about fighting isis terror attacks on paris. democrats will debate again on saturday, december 19th in manchester, new hampshire. the next republican presidential debate will take place on tuesday, december 15th in las vegas. drake university has released the results of their student straw poll... while 22 percent of student voters were undecided, bernie sanders took the lead...with 43 percent of the votes while hillary clinton trailed with 24 percent of the votes. martin o'malley came in third...with 11 percent. the results give what is called an "un-scientific snapshot" of students' preferences. jessica rae: the three democratic candidates were in iowa yesterday... with vermont senator bernie sanders visiting indianola. while speaking to supporters, the vermont senator touched on several topics, but he mainly focused on efforts to unite with other countries to combat isis.... saying in his view ...people have to quote "get boots
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" sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential we have different we're very some of russia's has got to join us. we are concerned about iran, but iran has to join us. we ve concerns about saudi arabia, but saudi arabia has to join us,i think we have to bring countries throughout the world together and say we have a common enemy here, an enemy that is doing barbaric things and this is an enemy that have got to be defeated, and my view is that people have got to get boots on the ground. and clinton and o'malley stopped by the central iowa democrat's fall barbeque the event was held on the campus of i-s-u in ames. each candidate touched on many subjects including the economy, education and climate change. hillary clinton..addresse d the attacks in paris while o'malley discussed the economy. "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
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leadership. "the hard truth of our time we need to own is this 70 percent of us are earning the same 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." jessica rae: the barbeque is held by five different county democratic groups. jessica rae: local law enforcement officials are joining forces with leaders of the native american community... to combat alcohol and drug abuse among the homeless. the town hall meeting will take place on november 23rd at the four directions community center. police chief doug young will be a facilitator at the meeting alongside frank lamere who is a community advocate from four directions. right now, native americans, in comparison to other races, are being arrested at higher rates for acohol-related problems. members from three local tribes say alcoholism is a major issue for their people
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and they're just glad conversations are getting started. "it's a blessing to have that compassion, but it's not going to do any good if you have that, but i'm not proactive with it. so myself, i just really think that sioux city really has an opportunity," said o'connor. jessica rae: mercy medical center, the winnebago tribe of nebraska health department and the sioux city human rights commission will be some of the community agencies in attendace at the town hall meeting to help resolve the drinking and homeless problem in sioux city. jessica rae: the holiday travel season is just around the corner... and you have worked very hard to maintain a healhty lifestyle, but what do you do when faced with all of those temptations of unhealthy holiday treats? i've got some tips for you to survive the holidays without blowing your healthy track record! rae: traveling, especially this time of year, can be stressful, but however you plan on visiting loved ones,
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plan ahead, be prepared, don't ruin your heatlhy eating pattern. mercy dietician stephanie small, has a good reminder, for all us, as we begin the holiday season... stephanie small: "remember thanksgiving will come again next year so it isn't going to be the only time that you'll be able to enjoy that food." for starters, if you're family is hitting the road this thanksgiving... dig out the cooler. smif you are on the road maybe you even have an option to pack a small cooler or a little lunch bag where you could even string cheeses, or yogurts, and then make sure to throw the bottled water or any other non calorie beverages in there too!" but what if you're family is taking to the skies...? small: "if you're able to pack snacks you could always pack things like your granola bars, trail mixes, you know dried fruit, things like that and even there are some fresh fruits and veggies that travel well too, like bananas and apples." rae: so instead of giving in to our favorite fast food restaurants out of desperation... plan ahead!
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and when it comes to that big family meal... stephanie has one more tip. small: "the key word is enjoy them in moderation, so you know enjoy the one helping of your favorite food and maybe not go back for the second or the third helping so i think that is probably one of the main things to think about so you're not over stuffing yourself and over indulging yourself but allowing yourself something you really do enjoy." rae: safe travels, and healthy eating, as we get going this holiday season, i'm jessica rae, for abc9 news." and next week on get going... i'll show you the best exercises for people suffering with arthritis, and excercises to help prevent the aches and pains associated with arthritis... so be sure to tune in next week for that story. jessica rae: you're gonna need a lot of quarters for this vending machine. carvana has opened a five- story vending machine filled with used cars, in nashville.... and we're not talking hot whee. it's the real deal. you pick a car
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online first, then go to the dealership. you get a special, large coin to put in the machine, and it pushes out your car! you can either test drive it, or buy it on the spot. jessica rae scott: adlib quarters for this vending machine. carvana has opened a five- story vending machine filled with used cars, in nashville.... and we're not talking hot wheels. it's the real deal. you pick a car online first, then go to the dealership. you get a special, large coin to put in the machine, and it pushes out your car! you can either test drive it, or buy it on the spot. jessica rae scott: adlib scott:a storm system is going to be dropping some significant rainfall locally during the next couple of days. today, we'll have showers during the morning with isolated sprinkles and some drizzle moving into the afternoon. the storm picks up some extra energy tonight spreading more showers into the area along with the potential for thunderstorms. then on wednesday the system will begin to weaken. today's forecast
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calls for showers this morning then drizzle and cloud cover during the afternoon with a high of 57. tonight, we'll watch as showers pick back up in intensity and coverage with a low of 53. tomorrow's high is 58 with showers likely and some thunderstorms possible. here's your 7 day forecast where cooler air is going to move in later this week. jessica rae scott: next couple of days. today, we'll have showers during the morning with isolated sprinkles and some drizzle moving into the afternoon. the storm picks up some extra energy tonight spreading more showers into the area along with the potential for thunderstorms. then on wednesday the system will begin to weaken. today's forecast calls for showers this morning then drizzle and cloud cover during the afternoon with a high of 57. tonight, we'll watch as showers pick back up in intensity and coverage with a low of 53. tomorrow's high is 58 with showers likely and some thunderstorms possible. here's your 7 day forecast where cooler air is going to move in later this week. next couple of days. today, we'll have
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showers during the morning with isolated sprinkles and some drizzle moving into the afternoon. the storm picks up some extra energy tonight spreading more showers into the area along with the potential for thunderstorms. then on wednesday the system will begin to weaken. today's forecast calls for showers this morning then drizzle and cloud cover during the afternoon with a high of 57. tonight, we'll watch as showers pick back up in intensity and coverage with a low of 53. tomorrow's high is 58 with showers likely and some thunde good morning, america. breaking news. ststriking back. more than 100 raids in franc and belgium overnight. dozens of arrests. weapons seized -- includina rocket launcher. as police hunt for accomplices in those deadly terror attacks on paris. surrounding this man, one of the killers on the run, considered extremely dangerous. and new details emerging about the mastermind behind it all. as france and the united states
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take the fight to isis, launching a massive bombing campaign this morning against key targets inside syria. >> we stand in solidarity with them. in paris, new details fro survivors,s, as the city is on edge. panic in the streets. a stampede at a somber memorial, as thousands come to lay flowers. th morning, new questions about security here at home. >> we're he to prevent, detect, deter, and disrupt. >> the fbi on highh alert. complete coverage of t the attacks on paris beginning right now on "gma." we do say good morning, america. we're following several b breaking developments as we comome onn the airhis morning. you're looking at the sge in belgium right now. authorities surrounding the man believ to be the eighth attacker friday night. in france, authorities rounding
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up more than 20 people in raids
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