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and because it is only open till april 30th it's one you don't want to miss. adrienne alpert, downtown los angelestemperatures currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. here's the planner where we're headed f a high in the lower 20s. your complete forecast is coming up - youw news starts now. currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. here's the planner where we're headed for a high in the lower 20s. your complete forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " " currently in the singleleigits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 5 30 miles per r ur. there's some patchy blowing snow in nortrtest iowa, so d dve with caution. here's the planner where we're
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the lower 20s. your complete forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " " " coming up this morning on abc9 news... we have new information about the man charged in connection with a weekend police shooting in sioux city. " plus... cyber insurance is the newest tool in protecting your on-line information... but what is it? stay tuned to find out. " and... high winds yesterday wrecked havok for road workersand construction crews...we hear from locacabusinesses ... all on abc9 news this morning rightht here ... right n ... "" lukas: good morning siouxland and thanks for joining us... i'm lukas voss. we are learning more about the sioux city teen who shot a police officer sunday morning here in sioux city. could you let mercy know my eta,i have an injury to the left fhigh 10-4 they've been advised
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sioux city police officer ryan moritz... calling in his injuries after taking a bullet to apprehending a suspect. lukas: 18 year old isaiah mothershed has with attempted shooting a police sioux city police are now sharing the frightening details on how it all happened... abc9 news reporter jess plue brings us the very latest. sioux city police arrested 18-year-old isaiah mothershed and several others early sunday morning in connection with a string of robberies in sioux city. but while officers rounded up the suspects and a large amount of stolen property found at valley park apartments... things took a turn. "due to a lack of vehicles to transport, he was allowed to come back into the apartment and we accomodated him by allowing him to sit on a couch," says doug young, sioux city p pice chief. duriri a press conference at police headquarters monday, young said mothershed was handcuffed... but was able to pull a hidden 40 calibur handgun from in between the couch cushions and shoot at police. ryan moritz, a 13- year veteran of the force, has hit in the leg. "he was still cuffed, his hands were behind his back
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reach down into the crevase that's in the couch and when officer moritz went to remove him, he turned sideways and had the gun in his hand and fired from the seated position, says young. in the scuffle that followed, mothershed also shot himself in the leg. no officers fired shots during the incident. "there's a lack of respect, a aitudes out there, and i think law enforcement is ying the price now for it,","ays young. officer moritz is okay - chief young says he was treated and released from a local hospital. lukas: mothershed was transported to a hospital as well but no information on his medical status has been shared.. mothershed is no stranger to police ... in july, he was arrested for kidnapping and assaulting two men over a drug debt. those charges were eventually dropped due to a lack of evidence. lukas now valley park appartments, where the incident took place, has released a statement in regards to the shooting ... property manager paige frye says
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"our team here at valley park would like to ensure our residents and the surrounding community that we are working with law forcement to ensure the safety of our residents, as this is o number one priority. the criminal conduct of any person on our property, guest or resident, will be addressed to the fullest extent permitted by law." lukas: several firearms groups working together are looking to push for the legalization of gun suppressors in iowa. representatives of the groups say it's all about protecting the gun owner's hearing. " a 308 hun ting riflewill be around 165 170 as far as a decibal the bill has seen though. enforcement new bill could difficult. police in des rely heavily on citizen reports of gunfire in the and supressors would make it more difficult for
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city limits. the bill's already passed through a sub committee, and now it's on its way to the house floor. we'll have more on the use of suppressors... coming up later on in the show lukas: an omaha couple says an intruder fired shots at them in their own home... but thankfully... they were able to ucare the gunman away with quite the unusual weapon. don granese has more " larry helm/scared off gunman) "we heard a disturbance downstairs. so we both raised up and as we got up we heard some more disturbance downstairs. so i clicked on the hall light. when i did somebody shot up there twice." and they have the gun-shot holes in their walls to prove it. before our culprit could fire off two more rounds the bishop did what he could to protect himself. he grabbed a laundry basket of clothes and threw them at the shooter. at church today...they compared his story to david and goliath. (larry helm) "he had a rock, i had a basket full of clothes. one of the members said, 'good thing they wasn't folded!'(laughs). i told the brother 'from now on you have a basket of
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understand.'" shannel byrd-helm "i just pray that god will catch whoever did this." police were quick to are thankful for everything they are culprit...but they believe god will seek the ultimate justice. "i'm gonna let god take care of that. i'm not saying i want him this or that to them. in judgment because righteous that's what i want him to do. i'm stepping back out of the way because i think the lord he protected me and my wife." lukas: the dakota access pipeline is again infront of the iowa utilities board. deliberations have begun in des moines... reviewing a permit request to build the pipeline, that would diagonally cut across the state of iowa. board members reviewed pros and cons of the pipeline's implementation, including climate change and job creation. david lynch & cecil wright- general counsel iowa utlities board rather than
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does this promote the public convenience and neccessity, is it against it, and take them into isolation. i really think that the better approach is to take them all together at the end and decide how much weight each one is entitled to in your deliberations." these meetings will be held for the next three days in des moines starting at 1pm each day and will be live streamed for those who aren't able to attend. lukas: the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is down to a dollar-74. that's the cheapest it's been since january of 2009. that's accordingng to triple a. for the cheapest gas in the nation you have to head to oklahoma city. a 7-eleven there is selling it for one dollar and 11- cents a gallon. and at least eight states have gas prices as low as a dollar-25. that's according to gas-buddy- dot-com. triple-a says crude oil inventories are at their highest level for this time of year in almost eight decades. and gas prices are likely to stay low in the near term - unless there's a major disruption in supply. " alright when we come back...
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to a sioux city based law firm that works to combat cyber criminals that may be lurking for their next victim. stay tuned for more. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson..
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motemperatures currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. the
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in a mostly sunny, but cold day in the region with highs barely stretching tomorrow, we have a chance of seeing some light snow which will happen during the morning afternoon. then, we can expect to have a lull in our pattern with another slim chance of snow on friday as temperatures stay stuck on the colder side. today's high is 22 and it'll be mostly sunny with a light breeze. the low tonight is 6. tomorrow's high is 23 and it'll be mostly
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currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 2to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. the stormcast hd paints in a mostly sunny, but cold day in the region with highs barely stretching above 20 degrees. tomorrow, we have a chance of seeing some light snow which will happen during the morning and into the early afternoon. then, we can expect to have a lull in our pattern many companies are looking to protect themselves from cyber hackers, as
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cost businesses millions of dollars in damages. according to recent reports, the u.s. reached its second highest rate of about 800 data breaches in 2015 alone and a sioux city law firm has tools put in place to combat cyber criminals. abc9 news reporter bria bell has more details... across the globe, cyber hackers are hard at work trying to defeat computersystems and neorks to steal confidential information from corporations, mom and pop shops, and consumers. the protection of our data, the protection of our identity and the protection of these storage devices that keeps all of this infomration," says berman. but numerous companies have either taken intiative by investing in cyber insurance or looking to do so as seserity breaching is on the rise. "we're going to see a great demand for it after we saw the hacks where target's customers
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we saw it in the office of personnel management. i think sooner or later, most organizations are going to have to purchase it because their customers are demanding that they purchase it," says berman. sioux city's goosmann law firm offers cyber law unseling and hehes businesses nationwide take prevenentive steps to protect data on the front end. "there've been several local instances of cyber liablity crimes and cyber issues that have been occuring and different businesses and individuals have been victimized...certain things that we would be looking at in particular would be their banking agreements and who's authorizededn their accounun to demand, goosmann saysyshat companies s d consumers should be vigilant
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ensure that you haven't become a victim of cyber crime. lukas: hackers published contact information for 20-thousand f-b-i employees monday afternoon. the leak comes just a day after personal data for almost ten- thousand department of homeland security employees was posted. the group tweeting from the account at- dot-govs... said the information was pulled from the department of justice database. they included the hashtag "freepalestine." names, titles, phone numbers and email addresses were included in the data dump. officicis said it did not appear that pririte information n like social sececity numbers ----ere accessed. the justice department is investigating. " lukas: coming up.... one of the most notable big game ads involved babies being conceived after their team the championship. and after the break... you'll meet one of those babies from green bay.
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in the big game. but it's probably just as cool to appear in one of the commercials. well for one
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dream came true... thanks tobeing a "super bowl baby." brittany schmidt has his story. " nat sound) wisconsin native scott wilcox has been a singer- songwriter for as long as can remember. (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "i have been writing music my whole life." (nat sound) but he knows for a fact he has been a green bay packers fan even longer.r. ( scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "i am wisconsin througand through." (nat sound so when an ad popped up asking for packers fans born in 19-67 in the months of october, november or december. (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "i immediately, i go ding, ding ding. i could do that with my eyes closed. i thought this was going to be easy!" scott knew he had to apply. (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "i thought wow finally an advantage to being old so i
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and within a few weeks, scott was asked to be in the n- f-l's 50th super bowl commercial. (nat sound) (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "my wife was like how can they just expect you to drop everything and just go and i am like it's the super bowl commercial... duh!" so scott was off to new york, cheese wedge and all. (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "stuff it in my suitcase, you know what it's like to stuff a cheese wedge." once he is in new york, he couldn't wait to get started.(scotttt wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "i get there early because i am nervous as heck that i am going to miss the thing, so i am there 45 minutes, an hour early. you know, something like that." well call it a scott thing, or call it a wisconsin thing, but other packers fans did the same thing. (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "so the production staff was looking, this is really weird. the first six people
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now if that doesn't show the loyalty of packers fans, scott says he's not sure what does. but then it's off to rehearsal.l. (nat sound) (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "it's about while our team was winninghe super bowl, our parents were making us, so you will see a rely wide age range of all the people that re in this commercial based on when their team went to the super bowl." so needless to say, the packers fans arethe oldest of the bunch because they were super bowl babies in the very first super bowl. (nat sound) (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "the idea is that we are all singing this song, , d the song is different words to the melody of 'kiss from a rose'" scott says some of the lines were wordy, so being a songwriter, he decided to offer some advice. (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "so actually a couple times i spoke up and i said if you change
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easier to sing." scott says of the three suggestions gave, the directors took two of them. (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl commercial) "so i really did have input on the final commercial." (nat sound) after four days of production, and countleses rehearsals, the shooting of the e commercial finally came to an end. and scotsays the wisconsinites definitely left their mark in thbig apple. (nat sound) (scott wilcox/appeared in super bowl lukas and scott are chatting about super bowl babies. lukas and scott are chatting about super bowl babies. lukas and scott are chatting about super bowl babies. scott: good morning lukas and scott are chatting about super bowl babies. lukas and scott are chatting about super bowl babies. lukas and scott are chatting about super bowl babies. scott: good morning lukas and scott are chatting about super bowl babies. lukas and scott are chatting about super bowl babies. lukas and scott are chatting about
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scott: good morning siouxland. it's a chilly start to the day with temperatures currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. here's the planner where we're headed for a higigin the lower 2020 scott: temperatures currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. here's the planner where we're headed for a high in the lower 20s. scott:
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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... scott: now u'll want to wch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... riverside blvd. and on w 19th street. so again... mind that speed. " lukas still to come... high wings in the area caused a number of safety hazards for businesses working outside. we'll hear from them ...
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you noticed how windy it was. in fact... siouxland was barraged with wind gusts of 40... even 50 miles per hour, that made it tough to get around... on both the roads and the sidewalks. and, while the wind doesn't affect business for the most part... that's not the case for some industries. "even if the operator wanted to pick something up, most of those cranes wont let him do it. they sense a wind speed, and he can't pick it...it won't let him, it shuts him off....it's too much of a risk. people get hurt, cranes crash down to the ground and it's a bad thing" says lyle risinger, service manager, road machinery and supplies. winds are expected to be calmer today... so crane operators should be able to get their work done with no issues. and poor visibility due to the weather forced the closure of an eight-mile stretch of interstate 35 in iowa. state patrol reported several accidents on the roadway just south of clear lake. police say at least one driver had to be pulled from their vehicle following a crash leading to the highway closure.
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if jackson street is part of your daily route around town... you might have noticed some yesterday. a vacant building the select mart store on the 14- hundred block of jackson itself around early monday morning. to and their were no injuries during the incident. " coming up.... today is a big day in the race to the white house... the new hampshire primary... and the presidential candidates made a final appealto supporters. we'll take you to new hampshire ... next. scott: " " scott:good morning
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a check outdoors at our skycams. it's a chilly start to the day with temperatures currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. the stormcast hd paints in a mostly sunny, but cold day in the region with highs barely stretching above 20 degrees. tomorrow, we have a chance of seeing some light snow which will happen during the morning and into the early afternoon. then, we can expect to have a lull in our pattern with another slim chance of snow on friday as temperatures stay stuck on the colder side. today's high is 22 and it'll be mostly sunny with a light breeze. the low tonight is 6. tomorrow's high is 23 and it'll be mostly
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day with temperatures currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. the stormcast hd paints in a mostly sunny, but cold day in the region with highs barely stretching above 20 degrees. tomorrow, we have a chance of seeing some light snow which will happen during the morning and into the early afternoon. then, we can expect to have a lull in our pattern with another slim chance of snow on friday as temperatures stay stuck on the colder side. today's high is 22 and it'll be mostly sunny with a light breeze. the low tonight is 6. tomorrow's high is 23 and it'll be mostly cloudy. here's the 7
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jessica rae scott: day with temperaturescurrently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. the stormcast hd paints in a mostly sunny, but cold day in the region with highs barely stretching above 20 degrees. tomorrow, we have a some light snow which will happen during the morning afternoon. then, we can expect to have a lull in our pattern with another slim
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friday as temperatures stay stuck on the colder side. today's high is 22 and it'll be mostly sunny with a light breeze. the low tonight is 6. tomorrow's high is 23 and it'll be mostly cloudy. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: lukas it' primary day in new hampshire new hampshire and this morning the first votes are already in. the latest polls say gop frontrunner donald trump and democrat bernie sanders are expected to come out on top in the first in the nation primary. abc's kenneth moton has the latest. "it's finally here?new hampshire primary day. chris christie
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because i love our country." sot marco rubio "i need your vote!" ted cruz "at this point, it's all about turnout."call it a presidential candidate full court press in the granite state?one campaign event after another?even during a snow storm. nat bernie sanders concert music bernie sanders supporters were "feeling the bern" at a late night concert. bernie sanders create a political revolution trump "unbelievable. unbelievable. i want to thank you." overnight, gop frontrunner donald trump eager for a win. donald trump "i don't care what happens no matter what, this has been the most amazing experience of my life and you people have made it that way" trump calling his final rally before the primary?a love fest. but there was no love between the candidates on the campaign trail?the attacks kept coming. jeb bush "donald trump organizes his campaign over disparaging people" hillary clinton "i think being a progressive means
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real progress?the last thing we need is promises that can't be met." this morning, three small precincts in new hampshire cast their ballots. the historic dixville notch was the first to open the polls to its 9 voters. with all 3 precincts reporting, it's sanders beating clinton and a 3 way gop tie between trump, ted cruz and john kasich who called every dixville notch voter. kasich "i think people want to know authenticity more than th ever have." ( kenneth standup close) the latest polls have been up and down but trump and sanders have kept consistent leads here in new hampshire. the candidates have already started to turn their attention to next weekend's south carolina primary. kenneth moton, abc news washington lukas: iowa governor terry branstad is standing by the remarks he made previously concerning presidential candidate ted cruz, saying he's not the right choice for iowa due to his stance on renewable fuel standards. "terry branstad : what i wanted to do was inform voters on issues that are important to this state. and i think the vast majority of both republicans and democrats recognize the
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for iowa: ethanol, biodiesel, wind energy. branstad reiterated the importance and impact the election will have on iowa's agricultural economy. lukas one of cruz's key political rivals, marco rubio got a big endorsement out of nebraska. senator deb fischer announced she's backing rubio's presidential run. senator fischer serves on the senate armed services committee. one of the key pillars of rubio's campaign is strengthening the u-s military. lukas: the war of words between republican front runner donald trump and former florida governor jeb bush is heating up ahead of the new hampshire primary. this round between the two rivals began after bush called trump a loser ... while campaigning in the granite state bush explained his comments. " (jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate) "he's gone bankrupt four times, for example, that's being a loser. taking on an elderly woman, to take her property so you can create a parking lot for your limo drivers for your failed casino. i don't
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measures strength by how he insults people. i measure strengths on how you try to lift people up, how you try to create policies to give them a chance." and while campaigning in salem new hampshire yesterday... trump got personal with bush... saying he is an embarresment to his family... " (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "if you weren't government -- if he weren't in government, you wouldn't hire him to do anything. you wouldn't hire him. if you had a company you wouldn't even hire him. he's on every show, 'donald trump said this. donald trump said that. see, i'm the only one taking on donald trump. i'm not afraid of donald trump.' he's like a child. he's like a spoiled child. he spent $110 million on a campaign and he's nowhere." trump is currently leading bush by a wide margin in both new hampshire and in the latest national polls. lukas: in 2008, women in new hampshire helped hillary clinton pull off an unexpected primary victory over barack obama. but she has much more work to do this time ...
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young women. reporter gary tuchman tells us why "a college gymnasium with many young women.self described progressive democrats. people hillary clinton wants and needs for her presidential bid. but these female millenials aren't here for hillary.. (nats) they're here for bernie sanders. ( sophia johnson/voter) i would like to see a woman in the white house; hillary clinton, no." entrance polls taken at the iowa caucuses showed that democratic women under the age of 30 favored bernie sanders by an overwhelming margin. "a lot of what i hear bernie sanders speaking about is speaking for college kids and helping them out once they graduate." (nats) "what we're talking about is free tuition at public colleges and universities..."(loud
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the free tuition proposal resonates for many young women who are choosing sanders over clinton.but those here have other reasons too. "just because somebody is a woman doesn't necessarily mean she is right for the job. i want to make sure they have the right qualifications and the right standards and they have the right morals." "i don't really trust in what she has to say. i don't really believe in her." at this rally at new hampshire's daniel webster college. (nats) and a later rally at at a manchester theatre. there are other reasons young women who very much want to see a woman president say they are willing to wait for that "at the end of the day, you have to vote your interest, and bernie fits my interest more than hillary does."
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30 years old...the dean of students at the college...and supporting hillary clinton. "its just time!" reporter: "so what do you say to the young women you see here who say, no, its not her time?" ( susan elsass/dean of students, daniel webster college) "that's confusing to me. i'm excited they're involved in the process, but its very confusing to me and i don't understand how hillary hasn't been able to make her case to these women." he is considering a run for president this year. the media mogul says he's listening to what the current candidates are saying and what voters are currently doing. he also took aim at the overall tone of this year's campaign, saying the public deserved better. bloomberg admits that he would need to start getting his name on ballots by early march to stage a serious campaign. this is the first time bloomberg has openly discussed a presidential bid for this year. bloomberg, who is
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expected to self- fund any presidential campaign. jessica rae: the neligh- oakdale schools out of nebraska have named a new super intendent. here's susan risinger with the details. "just like the rest of the state, groundwater levels in the lower elkhorn natural resources district are recharging from the low levels caused by the 2012 drought. nrd water resources manager brian bruckner says the area has had above normal precipitation in the last three years, and the rains have come at a time that reduced the need to irrigate. scott gregory has been hired as the new superintendent for the neligh- oakdale schools. gregory is currently the principal of geneva north high school, the high school that serves the nebraska youth rehabilitation and treatment center for girls. he will begin his new duties at neligh- oakdale on july 1st. and all 27 projects in the youth philanthropy contest in northeast nebraska have been funded. ten projects were announced as winners of $1,000 in funding, and generous benefactors funded the other 17 projects during saturday night's celebrate giving event. these and more stories can be heard
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literock 97.5 and 106kix. " lukas: first lady michelle obama hosted an all-day dance workshop for d-c area students at the white house. the celebration is part of black history month... highlighting the contributions that african- american women have made to dance. actress and famed choreographer debbie allen led a student celebration. the young dancers used their talents to help tell the story of african- american history and culture. "(first lady michelle obama) "during black history month, that's really what we celebrate: we celebrate the people who have shaped our heritage. we remember those who struggled for our rights and our freedoms, and we reflect on how far we've come and how much farther we have to go." the theme for the white house's recognition of black history month is, "honoring the past while celebrating the present; seven years of living african-american history."
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coming in sports...the abc9 top plays return after a week off. find out what action from around siouxland made the countdown after the break. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast...
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tuesday morning it's time to check out the abc9 top plays of the week. here's chris with the best of the best. chris palmquist--"due to last week's iowa caucuses, the abc9 top plays took a break. today though, we're back at it with the best of the best from the past two weeks. as always these are made by local athletes for local viewers...we kick things off with levi and landan paulsen. er the past few years we saw these two bulldoze opponents for woodbury
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move for the hawkeyes. pair of 6 foot 5, 290 pound offensive linemen in full splits. incredible flexibility out of the big men. our fourth play newest t at their home gunter...he played the rushmore state...gets the feed and elevates for the flush. these were two of his 28 points for hornets as they won the game 104-102 to improve to 3-0 on the season. our pivotal play number three takes us to the mats...sectional wrestling meet last weekend and this is mvao's bryce kafton at 106. going up against the grappler from west monona he gets the flip...and the fall... that win helps him move on in the tourney...and he's moving on to next weekend's district meet after finishing second on saturday. we head to the ice for play
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moines. mitch fossier, leading the break he flips it over to alex steeves who lights the lamp and then crashes hard into the end boards. he would get up on his own power and continue to play through the weekend. but back to the play, fossier...right on for the easy goal. our top play this week was sent into us and features a kid who's becoming a regular here on the countdown. kobe smith of walthill, gets the hallowell...finishes as well. frankly, i'm running out of words to describe smith and the blu jays so just get out there and see them for yourself. kobe smith, the top spot in the abc9 top plays of the week. scott:good morning siouxland. it's a chilly start to the day with temperatures currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts
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some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. here's the planner where we're headed for a high in the lower 20s. lukas thanks scott... currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. here's the planner where we're headed for a high in the lower 20s. currently in the teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles some patchy blowing snow in northwest caution. here's the headed for a high in the lower 20s. currently in the teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles
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republican debate hosted by a-b-c - were the awkward candidate entrances. reporter jeanne moos wanted to find some not- so-grand entrances that were better... or worse depending on how you look at it. here is what she found! "the desperate gestures of a backstage handler told the story of what one website called "a chain reaction of cringe." sure, it could have been worse. no one fell like miss america. no one got a concussion like conan did. or tripped over a red carpet... (nats) while singing their national anthem on skates. nope, the debate introduction...(nats) was just incredibly awkward... starting when ben carson didn't respond to his name...for the obvious reason.
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candidate) "i couldn't hear it." and just when carson seemed ready to advance... "texas senator ted cruz." ted cruz cruised trump likewise seemed to miss his name, letting... "jeb bush" and a "see ya later guys" expression. (colin jost, snl cast member) "and that is something you'll never see again...jeb bush passing donald trump." when the moderators finally introduced... "the republican candidates." only 4 were there. chris christie volunteered... (gov. chris christie, (r) presidential candidate) "can i introduce kasich?" (moderator) "noisy in here. yes yes." "what a mess" tweeted wendy williams. which prompted a carson defender to bring up a dramatic entrance wendy made on stage. ( jeanne moos) "sometimes your entrance can go just fine, but then you get to your exit." remember when president bush...had trouble handling those locked door handles in china?"
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republican snafu... "michelle collins" as they made their entrance... but when it comes to hailing these chiefs... (nats) better hail them louder. jeanne moos cnn new york lukas scott: lukas and scott are chatting about awkward entrances. lukas and scott are chatting about awkward entrances. lukas and scott are chatting about awkward entrances. lukas and scott are chatting about awkward entrances. scott:good morning lukas and scott are chatting about awkward entrances. lukas and scott are chatting about awkward entrances. lukas and scott are chatting about awkward entrances.
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siouxland. it's a chilly start to the day with temperatures currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. the stormcast hd paints in a mostly sunny, but cold day in the region with highs barely stretching above 20 degrees. tomorrow, we have a chance of seeing some light snow which will happen during the morning and into the early afternoon. then, we can expect to have a lull in our pattern with another slim chance of snow on friday as temperatures stay stuck on the colder side. today's high is 22 and it'll be mostly sunny with a light breeze. the low tonight is 6. tomorrow's high is 23 and it'll be mostly cloudy. here's the 7
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jessica rae scott: currently in the single digits and teens. wind gusts are at 25 to 30 miles per hour. there's some patchy blowing snow in northwest iowa, so drive with caution. the stormcast hd paints in a mostly sunny, but cold day in the region with highs barely stretching above 20 degrees. tomorrow, we have a chance of seeing some light snow which will happen during the morning and into the early afternoon. then, we lull in our pattern with another slim friday as temperatures stay stuck on the colder side. today's high is 22 and it'll be mostly sunny with a light breeze. the low tonight is 6. tomorrow's high is 23 and it'll be mostly cloudy. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: adlib lukas " coming up in our six o'clock hour...
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