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getting into the upper 20s with sunshine, perfect to stay warm in stores on black friday! tonight, another cold night, but cler to normal in the mid 30s tomorrow. we increase clouds on sunday as we bring in a decent chance for snow on monday breezy winds on tuesday. " " " jessica rae: coming up on abc9 news this morning... it is the busiest shopping day of the year... and i'll take you to the stores and show you all the action. " jessica rae: plus... i'll take you to a sioux city restaurant who opened its doors to help the less forutante have a tradional thanksgiving dinner. " jessica rae: and i'll tell you the fascinated story behind this bottle of beer... and you won't believe how old it is! these stories and
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more... on abc9 news this morning. "" jessica rae: black friday shopping can go smoothly or not... depending on how shopping can go smoothly or not... depending on how bad your luck is... it can be pretty brutal. abc's stephanie ramos has the early action from this morning. "nats up (shoppers bursting thru door) as thanksgiving leftovers are tucked away in the fridge... holiday shoppers ?.deep into black friday?.scoring some of the best deals. timberley dotson /shopper "$8. this is the best deal right here." black friday used to kick off the holiday shopping season but now thanksgiving day is the new tradition for some shoppers. in new york city.... 15-thousand shoppers made their way into the macy's flagship store in manhattan.... nats up: shoppers burst into store in frosty colorado ....a holiday storm not stopping these shoppers ... many of them eyeing electronics. anthony luna / shopper: "a 49-inch toshiba for 150 bucks." other shoppers more interested in ...towels.... nats: towel "frenzy" no matter what's on the holiday wish
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americans? will head out to find it.... 136 million of us...planning to shop with day 1...thanksgiving day... nats: woo hoo (toys r us bk) the number- crunchers -- finding thanksgiving day and - are two of the best days of the year for deals. q: "how much did you save today?" shopper 3-4 hundred, maybe more." but even if you dont want to be out...in the middle of the crowds...you can cash in on some deals....online. melody hahm / yahoo finance "there are now so many sales online that it's almost like being bombarded by other human beings and stores." overnight walmart released a statement saying they focused on three things - deals, availability and simplicity. and it looks like the strategy worked?.combined walmart says tens of millions of customers visited the stores and the website. stephanie ramos abc news washington " jessica rae: they may not be with family... still got a taste of home this thanksgiving... look at this she's in quatar but
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with a classic turkey meal... the department of defense says this year it shipped out about 52 thousand pounds of turkey to bases around the world. it can take up to three months for the supplies to arrive at some remote locations. the defense logistics agency says along with the turkey...it shipped out over 25- thousand pounds of beef, 17-thousand pounds of ham, 7- hundred gallons of eggnog and over 3- thousand pounds of marshmallows. jessica rae: despite the cold and wet weather, hundreds of des runners thanksgiving festivities turkey trot in downtown des runners then ran through the east village near the capitol and back. most runners said they were out in the cold so they could start the holiday on the right foot. " the beauty of a thanksgiving morning event is that it gives people a reason to come out to be healthy before taking on all the calories of the day it also gives people an opportunity to show their town we have 38 states represented to me that says people are coming in to visit family" jessica rae: runners got a
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free t-shirt and turkey trot- themed hat, as well as a free all you can eat pancake breakfast to start the thanksgiving festivities. jessica rae: a one time catching on celebrating its mr. thanksgiving brings thousands sarah greene explains. thousands of people were at the south park mall night....but they weren't all there to shop.... many spent the evening eating turkey and celebrating the holiday with bob vogelbaugh, also known as mr. thanksgiving. now, what once was a small gathering 45 years ago has turned into quad cities tradition for thousands. (bob voglebaugh) "it was going to be one time only" (nat) nothing says thanksgiving more than lots of food and good company... it took 27-hundred pounds of turkey and more than 300 hundred volunteers to feed the thousands of people that attended. (bill biggs/ volunteer) "it's not just about the meal it's about people getting together sharing the difficult times,
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good times, the happy times. " (sarah pretape) "mr. thanksgiving says year 45 was another year spent with thousands of his extended family members." (bob voglebaugh) "it's like a huge extended family, and it's the best." whether you come as a volunteer or to get a thanksgiving meal....mr. thanksgiving's dinner is something many are thankful for... (zackary albers/volunteer) "all the people come in and it's just an oppurtunity for people to help" (dean dolieslager/attende e) "as long as he has it we'll keep on coming to it." (bob voglebaugh) "i'm just thankful for wonderful friends and everybody that's been apart of this dinner weather they've been a volunteer a diner or a supporter" for 45 years mr. thanksgiving has been helping make sure no one spends the holiday alone and he plans to keep doing it as long as he can. . sarah greene local 4 news. jessica rae: if you need some
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spirit now that thanksgiving is over, you can take your family to downtown sioux city for the festival of trees. you can view and bid on over 70 decorated trees and wreaths in the ho-chunk centre atrium. then, on december 3rd, the live auction will start with the highest silent bid. proceeds this year will go to the siouxland autism support group. and speaking of christmas trees... they again fill the south dakota state capitol in pierre. the 20-15 grand lighting ceremony kicks off the holiday season at the capitol. the capitol christmas display includes nearly 100 trees that are decorated by volunteers from communities, schools, churches, nonprofit organizations and state government offices. this year's theme is "christmas around the world." the largest tree in the capitol is a 29-foot colorado blue spruce that had to be trimmed just to fit inthe capitol. " jessica rae: when we come back... while most restraunts close for the holiday ... rebo's opened it's doors ...for free. we'll take you there... right after the break. scott:
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cold black friday, nice weekend, and a mess on monday! abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist this is abc9 news this
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out on the kings pointe storm lake and port neal welding company sky cams hd. temperatures are cold... in the teens! that's 15 to 20 degrees colder than we were this time yesterday! winds are breezy, out of the north. today, expect much more sunshine than yesterday... mostly sunny skies. temperatures colder than normal
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all day, only making it to the upper 20s, perfect to be in stores all day! our has pushed east, clouds are clearing behind it. stormcast hd has high pressure in place. that will help clear out our skies today, but usher in colder air. tonight, another cold night with just a few clouds. tomorrow, we start to lose that colder air and get closer to our end of november normal temperatures, still lots of sunshine. sunday, we increase clouds as we get ready for our next system that will likely bring snow on monday. 7-day is cold today, but closer to normal this weekend. increase clouds on sunday as we bring in snow on monday. breezy tuesday. pointe storm lake and port neal welding company sky cams hd. temperatures are cold... in the teens! that's 15 to 20
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we were this time yesterday! winds are breezy, out of the north. today, expect much more sunshine than yesterday... temperatures all day, only making perfect to be in stores all day! our thanksgiving system has pushed east, clouds are clearing behind it. stormcast hd has high pressure help clear out our skies today, but usher in colder air. cold night with just a few clouds. tomorrow, we start to lose that colder air and get closer to our end of november normal temperatures, still sunday, we increase ready for our next likely bring snow on today, but closer to normal this weekend. increase clouds on sunday as
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monday. breezy tuesday. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: yesterday a local restaurant opened its doors to feed the less fortunate during their time of need on thanksgiving day. abc9 news reporter bria bell brings us more... "we have eaten some of the best food in a warm environment catered by people who care about other people," said dulfek rebos opened their doors yesterday for thanksgiving and served a multitude of people in the siouxland area, many of which have witnessed hard times. volunteers waited and served the large number of people to make them feel welcomed and at home. donations from weeks prior not only went to food, but to provide attendees with hats, gloves, and toiletry bags. there was lots of conversation and laughter. countless number of people expressed their attitude for graditude. "it is a breath of fresh air, you know...that we can sit with multiple races and have a meal with no one
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actually being mean to one another. i think that it's a blessing all together," said "i absolutely love this and i actually don't want to leave right now cause i can stay here and get another plate of food right now, which i've already done and i've just been having way too much fun," said dulfek. the thank yous came left and right to the volunteers and owner heather rees, she says the outpouring appreciation moved her and the total outcome was exactly what she anticipated. "i knew that it would be an emotional day, but just walking around and talking to the families and seeing the kids...it's just really emotional," said rees. bria: the event was a great turnout and the idea to give back trickled down all the way to heather's children as they walked outside in the snow to deliver food to a woman who was waiting in the cold for a nearby shelter to open. in sioux city, bria bell abc 9 news jessica rae: while rebos was offering up it's first thanksgiving meal.... sioux city's gospel mission was adding another meal to it's long standing thanksgiving tradition. dozens of folks showed up to take advantage of a thanksgiving dinner served by volunteers..
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turkey, tators and all the fixings. volunteers said most people personally thanked the staff for the meal, one they probably wouldn't have had without the missions generosity. jessica rae: coming up.... looking to save money when you head to the grocery store? well i'll bring you a few tips that will help you save some green this holiday season. stay with us.
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old as the country itself... with century-old suds still inside. jon crouse was scuba diving in the ocean waters of nova scotia's northwest arm earlier this week when he found the bottle. crouse used markings on the bottom to trace it back to 18-72 and 18-90. crouse says....ink on the preserved cork reads: "a. keith's brewers"..... one of the oldest commercial breweries in north america. experts say the liquid inside of the bottle may have been a tasty beer once, but not so much now. jessica rae: americans will spend on average more than 150 dollars on holiday food shopping and those weekly bills can be much
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higher. but abc's linsey davis shows us how one family saved thousands. for the krauses -- groceries eat up a huge chunk of their family budget -- candice/tyson krause: we have one son who is 16, and one is 15, they are actively involved in sports.... every week this family-of-five's grocery bills top 600 dollars ? that's close to thirty thousand dollars a year! candice/tyson krause: we have two kids fast approaching college so we could definitely use some extra cash for that. so we enlisted the help of abc news' very own lifestyle editor genevieve brown? and headed to their local stop & shop? grocery list in hand. genevieve brown: so i've come up with a three-pronged approach to savings.
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kind app 'grocery pal'? puts the savings right on your mobile phone? genevieve brown: you plug in your zip code. and from there it brings up a list of stores in your area. it directs you to in- store sales ? genevieve brown: organic blueberries, $3.99. look at this. genevieve brown: you want starbucks coffee. candice kraus: yogurt we eat a lot of. genevieve brown: fage greek yogurt, ten for $10. candice kraus: wow. we're savin' 80 cents and a little supermarket secret? pick products on the top and bottom shelves? better deal gonna find that the most expensive items are the ones that puts at eye level one thing i just you when you're shopping is to not neglect the ends of the aisles. ty kraus: i'll never go down an aisle again. (laughter) finally -- did you know you can get paid to shop -- genevieve says -- use apps like 'checkout 51' or 'ibotta' - it asks you to watch a video
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or take a survey about the product you're about to buy?. after you're done grocery store. jessica and elisa are chatting about saving money at the grocery store. jessica and elisa are chatting about saving money at the grocery store. jessica and elisa are chatting about saving money at the grocery store. scott: good morning! cold this morning, temperatures only in the teens, almost 20 degrees colder than yesterday. we'll spend the whole day below normal, temperatures only getting into the upper 20s with sunshine, perfect to stay warm in stores on black friday! tonight, another cold night, but closer to normal in the mid 30s tomorrow. we increase clouds on
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sunday as we bring in a decent chance for snow on monday. breezy winds on tuesday. scott: here's a quick chekc outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's degrees colder than yesterday. we'll spend the whole day below normal, temperatures only getting into the upper 20s with sunshine, perfect to 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... s. lakeport street and singing hills blvd. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... we'll head to des moines... and check out the efforts of a volunteer group... as they help out the homeless population on
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volunteers spent their thanksgiving morning... preparing meals for families in need here in siouxland and across iowa. but now, one former homeless man in des moines has made it back on his feet, and is giving to those who have the greatest needs. reporter jacob peklo brings us more terry gable remembers hitting rock bottom. terry gable, intake coordinator: "while sitting in eight days of jail, i decided i'd had enough of that old life, and wanted something new." after battling an addiction to drugs and alcohol, he joined the program at hope ministries, designed to help people get their lives back on track. terry gable, intake coordinator: "after turning my life over, it completely changed. it transformed my whole life for me and my family." now, six years after first volunteering to work here, he's got a full time job. and when he sees
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more than 200 other people giving their time on this thanksgiving day, he knows firsthand how it can make a big difference. terry gable, intake coordinator: "i came here and ate, myself, when i was running around the street, a lot, when i was living out of my car." bob myers, volunteer: "you get a good enjoyment personally, but there is a need. we see it in our home town, we see it all around." volunteers at hope ministries woke up early thursday to prepare and box hundreds of meals. acy myers, volunteer: "they are so thankful, not only for the warm food, but the company, that people get dressed up and they come in. it's not your typical soup kitchen, it's more than that." bob myers, volunteer: "it's kind of a fulfilling, satisfaction when you go out and help people, and they're going up to you and you're kind of making their day, and they don't realize how much they're actually making your day." gabel knows it's because of genuine love that he's back on his feet. terry gable, intake coordinator: "a good, good hot meal, some encouragement and some encouraging words, that kind of thing can really change a person's perspective and outlook on life." jessica rae: the volunteers at hope ministries delivered more
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than 2-thousand meals across the delivered more than 2-thousand meals across the des moines area. they also prepared dinner for more than four hundred. jessica rae: in des moines... governor branstad joined members of the plymouth congregational united church of christ to deliver a proclamation. surrounded by the clergy, deacons, and choir members who dressed in authentic pilgrim costumes to celebrate thanksgiving day.... the governor acknowledged the challenges faced by iowans. "thanksgiving day is a time for us to gather as friends and family and express our apperceation for the challenges that we have met and the many blessings that are families communities and state have experinced," said governor branstad. jessica rae: church members start thanksgiving every year with this traditrional celebration. jessica rae: four lanes four nebraska are preparing a presentation for a meeting in front of the
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legislature's transportation committee. here's susan risinger with the details. -- "the group 4lanes 4nebraska plans to have representation at two hearings next week before the legislature's transportation committee. 4lanes executive director josh moenning says it is important to keep pressing the case that roads are economic development, and four-lane roads are safer than crowded two-lane roads. hiring staff and building capacity are the easy goals nebraska's new director of corrections has set for himself and his staff. scott frakes says changing the culture for employees, inmates and community partners will be harder, but it is important to move corrections forward. and nebraska attorney general doug peterson was in norfolk earlier this week, meeting with local law enforcement officers and prosecutors. peterson wants to learn first hand about the affect legislation to reduce prison overcrowding is having across the state. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " " jessica rae: coming up.... donald trump is in
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this time for his actions against a new york times reporter. find out what the republican front-runner did... up next. scott: cold black friday,
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pointe storm lake and port neal welding company sky cams hd. temperatures are cold... in the teens! that's 15 to 20 degrees colder than we were this time yestery! winds are breezy, out of the north. today, expect much more sunshine than yesterday... mostly sunny skies. temperatures colder than normal all day, only making it to the upper 20s, perfect to be in
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has pushed east, clouds are clearing behind it. stormcast in place. that will help clear out our skies today, but usher in colder air. tonight, another a few clouds. to lose that colder to our end of temperatures, still lots of sunshine. sunday, we increase clouds as we get ready for our next system that will likely bring snow on monday. 7-day is cold today, but closer to normal this weekend. increase clouds on sunday as we bring in snow on monday. breezy tuesday. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: pointe storm lake and port neal welding company sky cams hd. temperatures are cold... in the teens!
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yesterday! winds are breezy, out of the north. today, expect much more sunshine than yesterday... temperatures all day, only making it to the upper 20s, perfect to be in thanksgiving system has pushed east, clouds are clearing behind it. stormcast hd has high pressure in place. that will help clear out our skies today, but usher in colder air. cold night with just tomorrow, we start to lose that colder air and get closer to our end of november normal temperatures, still lots of sunshine. sunday, we increase clouds as we get ready for our next system that will likely bring snow on monday. 7-day is cold today, but closer to normal this weekend. increase clouds on sunday as
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monday. breezy tuesday. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: repulican frontrunner donald trump is under fire again. donald trump is under fire again. the new york times is taking donald trump to after it says he made fun of a reporter's disability.
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candidate denied reporter. reporter athena jones has more. "donald trump -- under fire again -- this time for seeming to mock a reporter's disability ( donald trump/(r) presidential guy, you've got to see this guy "ahhh i don't know what i said, ahhh i don't remember!" he's going, "i don't remember! ah, maybe that's what i said." new york times kovaleski has a causes contortions trump this week has been citing a story kovaleski wrote for the washington post in 2001 that referred to people allegedly seen celebrating the 9/11 attacks. (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "what happened? what happened?" but kovaleski said this week that he did not recall finding ... "anyone who said there were thousands, or even hundreds of people celebrating" the fall of the twin towers -- as trump has claimed. trump denies mocking kovaleski saying in a statement - in part: "if mr. kovaleski is handicapped, i would
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not know because i do not know what he looks like. if i did know, i would definitely not say anything about his appearance." kovaleski previously worked at the new york daily news where he covered trump it's the latest eyebrow-raising moment for the g-o-p frontrunner -- who said recently he wishes the election were next week (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "i wish we could move this election up. you know, in a lot of countries, you're allowed to pick your date for the election. i want to pick my date for the election. i want it like next tuesday. (cheers) i want it on tuesday." right now the polls show trump leading nationally, and in the early states of iowa and new hampshire. but there's still more than two months before republican voters start making their picks. ( jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate) "we're not even halftime yet. we have -- we have a long way to go. in all the primaries past, there's always been a moment where candidates that ultimately are the winner begin to surge." but just how much could the race
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and february first? around this time in 2011 -- ( mitt romney/(r) fmr. presidential and vote." newt gingrich were ( newt gingrich/(r) fmr. presidential candidate) "i am for front-runner." romney -- the eventual nominee -- hampshire. had a double digit lead over him. ( rick santorum/(r) fmr. presidential candidate) "i really iowa." and the eventual caucuses there -- rick santorum -- was percent. romney were tussling for the top spot in iowa... while romney led in new hampshire. (crowd nats) "rudy rudy rudy!" and rudy giuliani was on top nationally the eventual ( fmr. presidential candidate) "we sure showed 'em what a comeback looks like." jessica rae: in a subsequent statement... trump demanded an apology from the new york times... and accused the quote "using his disability to grand-stand." jessica rae: the u-s secret apprehended a
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after he jumped over a white house fence on the north lawn. was wearing a pants, and wrapped with an american flag. the secret service officers with their guns distance yelled at him to get on the ground then arrested him. the suspect was carrying an envelope. the us secret service is checking a vehicle registered to the jumper at the lincoln memorial parking lot. jessica rae: the turkish president says his country will not apologize to russia for shooting down a russian fighter jet on tuesday. russia's president also spoke today, saying the incident may bring relations between the countries to a "dead end". reporer karin caifa has the latest. "turkey's president says his armed forces were doing what they were supposed to do, when they shot down a russian fighter jet near the border with syria tuesday and his nation will not apologize. (president recep tayyip erdogan, turkey) well i think if there's a party that needs to apologize, it's not us. those who violated our airspace are the ones who need to apologize. this has heightened tensions, in an
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already sensitive turkey has accused russia says a missile system has been put on combat duty at a back-and-forth is watched by nato members, including the united states. lt. gen. mark hertling (ret.), cnn could not have time. russia has been tweaking not only turkey's nose the but nato the last at an event thursday, russian president vladimir as though turkey seeking to bring relations with russia, "to a dead later, he met with french president francois hollande at the kremlin, where he said he is ready to cooperate with france to combat isis in syria. he addressed the tensions with turkey during a press conference. ( president vladimir putin, russia) we considered turkey to be a friendly country. we did not expect such an action, and that is why, that strike was unexpected. russia said it has now suspended channels of cooperation between its military and turkey's. that includes a hotline that had been set up to avoid incidents, in the skies over syria. in washington, i'm karin caifa.
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jessica rae: new dash-cam video of the moments leading up to laquan mcdonald's deadly interaction with chicago police has been released. the video was collected from four police cars. it shows officer jason van dyke pursuing mcdonald before the shooting. van dyke is charged with first-degree murder. outraged it took 13 months to charge the officer... demonstrators have held several protests demanding justice for mcdonald. van dyke is being held without bail. a go-fund-me webpage set up by the officer's wife to raise 80- thousand-dollars has been de- activated. go-fund-me pages cannot be used to raise money for the support of one suspected activity. jessica rae: still to come we preview the heroes game between iowa and nebraska. stay tuned for more scott: today's forecast... nice weekend, monday mess!
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the big game ifinally here... the undefeated iowa hawkeyes are taking on their rivals to the west, the nebraska cornhuskers who are hoping to play spoiler to the hawyeye's perfect season. but for those of you headed out to memorial stadium for the hy-vee heroes game... fans should expect heightened security when the hawkeyes meet the cornhuskers. here's why... " " after several major terror attacks internationally, unl police are following suit when it comes to safety and upping security for friday's game. "we shouldn't have to wait for something in our country to happen before we react; i think it's appropriate to take safety as a precaution," bruce claussen, a unl student,said. police will have increased security at doors and throughout the stadium and don't be surprised if they ask you to open your coats and jackets at the gate. they're also closing two gates, 6 and 8, while gates 1, 17, 18, 19, 21 and 22 are closing at kickoff; instead of staying open through the 3rd quarter. students on campus
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understand why. i'm grateful and surprised that more attacks haven't been made on sporting events just because there's so many people there," harrison rood, an advertising major, said. "with recent events it's understandable why they want to increase security but it doesn't make me fear, i'm not scared or fear going to the game or anything," she said. the university wants to make sure people know there is no specific threat for friday's game, it's just in response to what's been going on internationally. "rest assured we planning on watching the game at home, kick off will be at 2-30 pm... but at 10 this morning... check out the heros game pregame show. chris palmquist reports live from memorial stadium while alex walker will be live with fans at the hard rock casino. jessica rae: and chris palmquist joins us now for a preview of today's big game between iowa and nebraska. lost in the shuffle of the heroes game and all that's riding on it is the fact that it's senior day for nebraska. the husker senior class has had an
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say the least, including a 33-18 record, three bowl change in the athletic department as well as on the sidelines. jack gangwish--"there isn't a lot of romance in college football, you know? it's results-driven, you know, you've gotta perform. you've gotta go out there and do well, especially at a place like nebraska." chris palmquist--"that's something these seniors know all too well. last year's 9-3 regular season led to bo pelini's firing and the difficult situation of having a new head coach in mike reilly for just one year. kevin williams--"with the coaching change like this, that's a lot of times, the senior class is the one that handles it the hardest, you know? and i feel like we did a really good job this year with handling the situation and not getting too flustered or angry with the situation and just dealing with it and making the most of it." seniors on this team, that's probably in a transition, that's probably the hardest group, right? they've been here the longest, they've been with the former coaches the longest. so i would say that we have been able to function well through some hard times because of the stability of that group." chris palmquist--"that core of 18 seniors will walk out of the
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tunnel at memorial stadium for the last time on friday, and they say that the adversity they've faced has made them stronger. kevin williams--"this senior class is special to me, man, not just because i'm a part of it, but because they have persevered through so much adversity. that just tells you a lot about our class." andy janovich--"when the last coaching staff was gone, we all just came together and realized that we can only really count on ourselves and i think everybody's got great chemistry because of it." jack gangwish--"i'd like to say i'm really proud of these guys. we've had some leaders step up. we've had some guys do really well, do some good things and stay focused in a time when it would have been really easy not to. they kept in mind that first and foremost we're here to play football, we're here games. we all loved coach bo. but that's we're here for football. i'm really guys handled that." palmquist--"that resiliency from the seniors didn't go unnoticed from their new coaching staff." mike riley--"i really who they've been and how they have gone through this year. representatives of school." thats it for sports. have a great rest of
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jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning! cold this morning, temperatures only in the teens, almost 20 degrees colder than yesterday. we'll spend the whole day below normal, temperatures only getting into the upper 20s with sunshine, perfect to stay warm in stores on black friday! tonight, another cold night, but closer to normal in the mid 30s tomorrow. we increase clouds on sunday as we bring in a decent chance for snow on monday. breezy winds on tuesday. rae thanks elisa...
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degrees colder than yesterday. we'll spend the whole day below normal, temperatures only getting into the upper 20s with sunshine, perfect to stay warm in stores on black friday! tonight, another cold night, but closer to normal in the mid 30s tomorrow. we increase clouds on sunday as we bring in a decent chance for snow on monday. breezy winds on sale- even cars! kendis gibson and reena ninan have
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favorite celebrities... actor matthew mcconaughey is giving back to his thanksgiving. spent the day volunteering with meals on wheels the organization people in need who can't leave mcconaughey is making his volunteer work a
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tradition. he worked with in austin last year, too. jessica rae: for the first time adele is going on tour in 20-16! but not in the united states...only in europe, for now. the singer recently made a major comeback with her album 25 and hit single "hello." she sold 2-point- 4-3 million copies in a little over three days surpassing the single-week sales record of nsync's "no strings attached" which sold 2- point-4 million copies in 2000. adele's "25" also became the top- selling album of 2015 overtaking the 1- point-7 million copies of taylor swift's "19-89." jessica rae: the talented british singer is just 27-years-old... but have we already found her successor? reporter paula hancocks shows us a south korea singer who's going viral. "14 million views in just three weeks. meet lydia lee, the latest youtube sensation. an 18 year old music student... shell- shocked by her overnight success.
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( lydia lee, south korean music student) "lots of people commented on the video and it was insane, it was so surreal, oh my gosh, i still can't believe it." an appearance on us chat show ellen, singing her cover of adele's new song, hello... recording offers are flooding in. it's not hard to see - or hear - why. a piano, a guitar and an incredible voice - no post production here. "i really just like to express myseld through music 'cause i think sometimes music is more powerful than words." singing from the age of two, lydia is by no means the first south korean to make a musical impact on youtube. how could you forget psy and gangnam style...
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still the most watched youtube video ever - with almost 2 and a half billion views. lydia's got a fair way to go to catch that number... but just in case you thought she was a one hit wonder... sinatra... adele... no song's too big for this viral singer. jessica rae scott: jessica and elisa are chatting about the south korean adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about the south korean adele. jessica and elisa are
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south korean adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about the south korean adele. scott: jessica and elisa are chatting about the south korean adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about the south korean adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about the south korean adele. scott: good morning! cold this morning, jessica and elisa are chatting about the south korean adele. jessica and elisa are chatting about the south korean adele. the teens, almost 20
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spend the whole day below normal, temperatures only getting into the upper 20s with sunshine, perfect to stay warm in stores on black friday! tonight, another cold night, but closer to normal in the mid 30s tomorrow. we increase clouds on sunday as we bring in a decent chance for snow on monday. breezy winds on tuesday. jessica rae scott: adlib the teens, almost 20 degrees colder than yesterday. we'll spend the whole day below normal, temperatures only getting into the upper 20s with sunshine, perfect to stay warm in stores on black friday! tonigh another cold night, but closer to normal in
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the mid 30s tomorrow. we increase clouds on sunday as we bring in a decent chance for snow on monday. breezy winds on tuesday. jessica rae scott: adlib jessica rae: " coming up in our six o'clock hour... gas prices have fallen under two dollars a gallon. stay tuned to find out how much gas will cost you today... jessica rae: " and... you'll hear from some holiday travelers... as they make their trek across the midwest. you'll meet them...
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the teens, almost 20 degrees colder than yesterday. we'll spend the whole day below normal, temperatures only getting into the upper 20s with sunshine, perfect to stay warm in stores on black friday! tonight, another cold night, but closer to normal in the mid 30s tomorrow. we increase clouds on sunday as we bring in a decent chance for snow on monday.
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