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>> made in georgia temperatures are in the 20s but with the wind, it feels like it's in the teens. here's the dayplanner where we'll top out in the upper 20s and lower 30s. your full forecast is coming up - your news starts now. "announcer: "now live from kcau-tv in sioux city, iowa... this is abc9 news this
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lukas good morning and thanks for joining us this midday. i'm lukas voss all eyes are on new hampshire, ahead of tomorrow's first in the nation primary. we begin with the democrats -- bill clinton taking aim at bernie sanders -- who's leading hillary clinton by a large margin there. abc's cecilia vega has the latest in manchester "overnight bill clinton taking on a new role in his wife's bid for the white house: campan attack dog "for her this is not about grand theories of revolution this is about whether we can improve people's lives." the former president unleashing on his wife's rival?accusing some bernie sanders supporters of making offensive comments online to female clinton backers. "...vicious trolling and attacks that are literally too profane often, not to mention sexist to repeat." sanders now denouncing the nastiness? saying it has nothing to do with his campaign.. "it's disgusting. look,
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crap. we can -- and we will do everything we can, and i think we have tried." with hillary clinton trailing ithe polls here?. (nats- overnight in restaurant) the uphill battle to win in this state.. now tougher than ever "i think if i can persuade granite staters to give me another look, i will do better. but you know i'm going to keep fighting until the last vote is cast." the faceoff- now just a day way.. but it was a different kind of faceoff on snl.. bs: "i am so sick of the one percent getting this preferntial treatment." (cheers) sanders coming face to face with his comedic doppleganger - larry david larry david: sounds like socialism to me! (laughs) bs: democratic socialism. d: what's the difference? bs: huge difference. (laughs)" lukas: a significantly reduced
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presidential field took the stage at saint anselm college in new hampshire saturday night. reporter kim hutcherson brings us a recap of the last debate before the primaries. "the gloves were off in new hampshire saturday. donald trump doubled down on his controversial positions. ( donald trump/republican presidential candidate) "i hit immigration, i hit it very hard ted cruz took aim the president: ( ted cruz/republican presidential candidate) "this is a president who, in the wake of paris and san bernadino, will not even use the words 'radical islamic terrorism' much less focus on defeating the enemy. candidates slammed the affordable care act: ( ben carson/republican presidential candidate) "you have to replace it with something that makes sense. it doesn't make sense. they talked about north korea's missile-launch claims: ( jeb bush/republican presidential candidate) "the next president of the united states is going to have to get the united states back in the game and if a pre-emptive strike is necessary to keep us safe then we should do it." ( john kasich/republican presidential candidate) "that's what i worry about the most - non-state actors, people who don't have a uniform, people who don't have a country." there were heated exchanges. here's marco rubio and chris christie: ( chris christie/republican presidential candidate) "it's a fine job, i'm glad you ran for it
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president of the united states" ( marco rubio/republican pridential candidate) "chris your state got hit by a massive snowstorm to weeks ago and you didn't even go back they had to shame you into going back. (boos) donald trump got booed as well, during an exchange with jeb bush. (jeb bush/republican presidential candidate) "how tough is it to take property from an elderly woman?" (donald trump/republican presidential candidate) "let me talk, be quiet (boos) that's all of his donors and special interests" (more boos) in just a few days, we'll find out which candidate made the most compelling case to new hampshire voters i'm kim hutcherson reporting. lukas one person is dead and another is in the hospital in lincoln county, dead and another is in the hospital in lincoln county, south dakota after a two- vehicle crash sunday morning. two cars collided
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the northbound car lost ntrol and crashed into the southbound vehicle. the 16-year-old victim ...wasn't wearing a seatbelt and was pronounced dead at the scene ...while the other person was taken to a sioux falls hospital with minor injuries. stay tuned to abc9 for more details as they become available. lukas: a 13-year sioux city police veteran was shot early sunday morning after police were called to valley park apartments on several reports of robberies. the officer was eventually released from the hospital, but crime stoppers is asking for your help. chief doug young will hold a press conference in reference to this case today at 2 pm at the sioux city police station abc9 news reporter bria bell brings us the latest. bria: eighteen-old-year old isaiah mothershed was put into custody after shooting the officer and was then sent to mercy medical center for treatment. mothershed's condition is unknown and now crime stoppers is asking for your help. "eighteen-year-old isaiah mothershed was arrested early sunday morning after shooting a veteran officer and mself. officers were called to village park apartments after several reports of robberies within sioux city. the officer who was injured has gone
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released from a local hospital.. while mothershed was taken to mercy medical center to be treated for his gunshot wound. mothershed has had run-ins with the law before. in june of 2015, he was arrested for assaulting and kiddnapping two men over a drug debt. those charges were dropped due to lack of evidence. crime stoppers is now asking for witnesses or anyone with infomration to come forward. residents at village park apartments say things like this don't happen in their community. "probably like around 1:30 a.m. going on 2, i saw two ambulances pull up and then i looked out the window again and it was a bunch of police cars and of course a round 3 something they starting putting up yellow tape...i just thought somebody was sick, so i didn't know anything serious might of happened," says stevens. a cash reward is being offered and you can remain have any infomration bria: abc 9 will keep you updated as more information comes in reporting in studio, bria bell abc 9 news. lukas after a long-time battle with pancreatic cancer, david allen freeman died in prison thursday at the died in prison thursday athe i-m-c-c hospice
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coralville, iowa. freeman was arrested and incarcerated in 19-79 for the murder of steven hill. charged with first degree murder ...freeman was sentenced to life in prison. he attempted to appeal his life- sentence to the iowa supreme court in 19-80 but was denied. lukas: winter isn't always the greatest time to go out and run or take part in your favorite outdoor sport ... it's simply too cold and often times way too snowy ... well if you want to shake up your workout routine ... i have a couple of great winter activities for you that will make sure you'll enjoy that snowy day. take a look nats: snowshoes .... sot: "sometimes you get that cabin fever not getting as much sunlight so this is something that allowes you to still be active during the winter time." vo: that snow keeping you from your regular run or walk? well ... the cold or snowy conditions are no longer an excuse to miss that workout nats: snow show ... vo: snow shoeing is a great way to keep up with your cardio and work those quads. sot: "you are working muscles that you don't normally work and that's why it's a great cross training activity. snow is a little bit deeped you dont sink as much with snow shoes but you still need to bring those quads up to get out of the snow." vo: at least four inches
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shoe ... four inches or more also help with this activity that you might not even think about ... nats: snow hill sot: "sledding if you think about how many times you walk up and down the hill just being active in that aspect ... having fun and than coming back up which is exercise in itself." nats: skating ... if you are more of a glider than a walker ... try ice skating ... it's easy on the joints and improves your balance and coordination. and added benefit ... just like snow shoeing you are working muscles not normally used. the ultimate however .... sot: "cross country skieers are some of the most fit people in the world ... you go for such long distances it's a whole body workout ... not many things can much that aspect of whole body ... vo: but no matter what youd do ... in the end it's all about ... sot: "change up your fitness routine add a little bit of cross training and still time." lukas valley public
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are asking residents of madison, stanton cuming and burt counties to complete a community health survey by the end of february...paul huges brings us more "officials with the norfolk faly ymca are ramping up plans to begin this fall, what they hope is a three-phase capital campaign that will generate funds to expand the fitness center, create a multi-purpose field house and build a second swimming pool. elkhorn logan valley public health residents of cuming and burt counties to complete a survey by the end of february. the data compiled will be used to best serve the needs of the service area. the survey can be accessed at the web site: the next breast prosthesis-fitting day at faith regional health services is scheduled for wednesday. volunteer nita totten says the fitting, prosthesis and bras are all free. fittings will be offered from 9 a.m. until noon and again from 1 until 3 p.m. wednesday in the faith regional university on the main floor of the carson cancer center. no appointments are necessary. those and more stories can be heard on news talk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106 kix." lukas voss: after the break... we'll have a
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involving the chinese new year for you stay with us ... scott: " "
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siouxland. let's have a check of conditions outdoors
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skycam hd in sioux city and the storm right now, we have teens and 20s but wind chills are far colder. there's some travel problems across northwest active weather strong winds are snow to produce advisories and blizzard warnings. snow amounts will be light at an inch or less total with the greatest amounts falling in the east but visibility is concern across our make sure to travel with caution! onto you can see that tuesday and wednesday, but temperatures will be on the cooler side. flurries are light accumulating along highway 71. with clouds and strong wind. the wind remains breezy
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of 15. tomorrow's high is 24 with sunshine. here's your extended forecast. lukas voss scott:
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"luck comes in all forms, including the chinese dish that we're making today" chinese dish that we're making today" lukas
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usual go-to lunch
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ready to trydesignation... get ready to try something new this afternoon. the mexican eatery says it will close every one of its locations for four hours today for a food safety meeting. the move comes after an e-coli outbreak at the restaurant last year. about 5-hundred people got sick... including several basketball players at boston college. at the meeting, employees will go over an updated food safety program implemented by the chain in january. all chipotle restaurants closed at eleven this morning and will reopen at three in the afternoon. lukas voss: today is the start of the chinese new year... which is a holiday that focuses on family. and to celebrate the occasion... howard has a chinese recipe family will enjoy. "in case you're not aware, today is the new year. it's a time- that focuses on family, festivals and food. one of the many traditions that takes place during this time is to decorate streets
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everything from red paper lanterns to cut-outs that represent "love" and "happiness". you see the red signifies good fortune. so let me share with you recipe that very well may bring you prosperity and luck. here's what we do. after cooking some spaghetti 'til it's al dente, we drain it like normal. while that sits for a second, in the same pot, we saut some thinly sliced carrots and minced garlic in a bit of oil. once tender, we add some soy sauce, hoisin sauce (which we can find in our market's ethnic aisle) a bit of salt and pepper and some scallions. after this heats up, we add the pasta back to the pot and in minutes it's ready to serve. and if you want you could even add some shrimp or chicken to make it an all-in-one meal. and when you serve this during the chinese new year, or any time of year, are you ever in for a simple yet tasty treat. i do hope you'll go online and get the recipe for our, "lucky chinese noodles," just in time to make this your lucky day. rumor has it, the longer the noodle, the more prosperous the year. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today i'm in search of the longest noodle, as a way to say . "ooh it's so good!!" " lukas: if you would like a copy of that recipe you can send us a self addressed
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send us a self addressed stamped envelope here to a-b-c 9 news. our address is 625 douglas street. the zip...51101. be sure to write "lucky chinese noodles" on your request. or you can visit our website...siouxlan d matters dot com. and click on the mr. food logo.... lukas voss: coming up after the break... we'll have jeff hoselton- mccarthy in studio to talk about a great event coming up in siouxland ... all up ahead.
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hoselton- mccarthy comments: event name: ribbons & hearts gala event location: howard johnson hotel event date(s) & time(s): february 13th 8pm- midnight cost: free will donation, special room rates [$79 + tax] beneficiary (if applicable): the george mcgarry foundation website or contact phone number to air on tv: 712-560-8268 name of person to appear in live interview: jeff hoselton- mccarthy
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strong wind. the wind remains breezy overnight with a low of 15. tomorrow's high is 24 with sunshine. here's your extended's high is 29 with clouds and light snow, but strong wind. the wind remains breezy overnight with a low of 15. tomorrow's high is 24 with sunshine. here's your extended's high is 29 with clouds and light snow, but strong wind. the wind
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high is 24 with your extended forecast.
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