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middle teens this complete forecast news starts now. " " " coming up this news. we'll hear from him...for the very first time. " sioux city's thrill hill is back in the spotlight with a meeting at city hall ...details on what happened and what neighbors had to say ... up ahead. " plus the national weather service might be updating their long standing system that keeps you aware of dangerous weather. moren the potential changes are coming up on abc9 news this morning. ""
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good morning and thanks for joining us... i'm lukas voss. we begin this morning with the sioux city teen charged with attempted murder for shooting a police officer. isaiah mothershed made his first appearance in court yesterday... via a video feed from the woodbury county jail. the 18-year-old was read his chars... which include two counts of attempted murder and five counts of first degree robbery. each carrying a maximum 25 year prison sentence. mothershed was arrested sunday morning after a lenghty investigation into a string of robberies. authorities believe he's connected to several crimes, including a home invasion where a special needs child was tied up and beaten while others were held at gunpoint. judge todd hensley says, "i would advise you now that you are not required to make a statement and any statement you do make can be used against you at trial. sir do you have any questions for the court at this time about your charges or your bond? mothershed says, "i do not." mothershed was ordered to be
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bond. he's due back in court next friday. we'll have more on his court appearance... coming up later on in the show. the semi accident yesterday on highway twenty was likely caused by icey conditions. thetruck lost control in the westbound lane and jack-knifed. the driver only sustained minor injuries. lukas: the last of four iowa utility board meetgs over the proposed dakota access pipeline is in the books. ssions began monday to review a building permit request for the pipeline. if built it will cut diagonally across the state of iowa, originating from the north dakota bakken oil fields. there is still no word if the board has made its decission on the permit request. lukas: the iowa senate has voted on the future of the governor's managed care plan. iowans on medicaid have been faced with the decision of "what managed care company to pick" under the governor's plan to switch to private, managed- care companies.
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terminating the contracts the state has with three out-of- state companies, hoping that will stop the governor's plan. "pam jochum - 4:29 thousands of iowans who are caregivers and have expressed their frustration and anger at times over a system that they cannot get answers to their most basic questions." jason schultz 19:43 i stand here today in opposition to this bill because i believe it would set us back, it will turn the train around and take us to the wrong destination. no matter what the legislature does, the federal "centers for medicaid and medicare services" still has to give it's approval for the plan to move foward. so far they have not done that. ukas: house republicans have decided on their budget plan for the 2017 iowa fiscal year, and it's 7-point-3 billion dollars. the budget plan was released yesterday... and republicans say it continues a promise to iowans of fiscal responsibility. almost one billion dollars alone will go to iowa education, in-state supplemental
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leadership and compensation program. "93% of the increase in the house republicans budget is devoted to funding for k-12 education. that means an additional 143 million dollars have been targeted to k-12 schoools in our budget plan." the house budget subcommittees will now begin thr work to build each individual party's budget plan. lukas u-s lawmakers in washington are moving forward with plans to eliminate a possible tax on internet access. the senate passed the bill 75-to-20... barring state and local governments from taxing consumers for accessing the internet. the bill already passed the house. it will now go to president barack obama's de who's expected to sign it into law. lukas: when nebraska vovors head to the polls in november they may decide if casinos can move into the state. three pro- gambling petitions are making their
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spearheading the push for casinos is called "keep the money in nebraska." they say creating those casinos will help bring more tax revenue to the state. however, not everyone agrees.. "( pat loontjer- exec dir. gambling with the good life) "it will stay here in nebraska but it will go to the casinos so you might as well put it a rate whole." ( scott lautenbaugh, keep the money in just false the back to the state relief or spend on have other tax revenue so it provides tax revenue." the petitions began circulating in october... supporters have until july to get enough signatures to put casinos up for a vote in november. lukas: morgan stanley has agreed to pay 3-point-2 billion dollars for its role in the subprime mortgage housing crisis. that crisis led to the 2008 recession. the deal includes a federal penalty of 2-point-6 billion and a settlement of 550 million- dollars for r e state of new york. the results are the work of a coalition of state and fedel
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m-b-s working group. established the coalition in 2009 to bring wall street causing the meltdown. " when we come back... we'll have all the details on a neighborhood taking their outage to city hall over a dangerous spot right here in sioux stay with us. scott: we'll have... "you're watching with ... and meteorologist morning. " "" scott: good morning some cold
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toght, and tomorrow as arctic
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of time. then we'll watch as a weak system travels through on saturday night into sunday. this could drop about an inch of snow in sioux city and higher totals to the northeast. then we're on track for a warm-up to comom through as we move through next week. we'll get a check of your extended forecast showing 30s and 40s for highs next week. tonight, and tomorrow as arctic high pressure moves in for a short period of time. then we'll watch as a weak system travels through on saturday night into sunday. this could
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and higher totals to the northeast. then we're on track for a warm-up to come through as we move through next week. we'll get a check of your extended forecast showing 30s and 40s for highs next week. tonight, and tomorrow as arctic high pressure moves in for a short period of time. then we'll watch as a weak system travels through on saturday night into sunday. this could drop about an inch of snow in sioux city and higher totals to the northeast. then we're on tra for a warm-up come
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through next week. we'll get a check of your extended forecast showing 30s and 40s for highs next week. jessica rae scott: lukas: a quiet sioux city neighborhood is known as a place to go for a cheap thrill for youngsters. but the problem is thathe steep hill at 25th and dupont is not only a nusiance for people who live nearby... it's simply dangerous... and neighbors want city leaders to make the area safer. abc9 news reporter bria bell has more. " all i hear is the 'oooh-weee' if you know what i'm saying," said juron. kevin juron is refferring to the sound he hears cars ke as they speed past his home on 25th street. it's garnered the nickname "thrill hill"... and you can probably guess why. but what could be a few seconds of a thrill can kill....and it has... back in november.. 2 people died in a car crash after
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steep hill at 25th and dupont on the northside. "i would like for it to be closed because thers a lot of speeding," said colleen fawcett. worried neighbors got the chance to talk about their concerns with city leaders at a meeting thursday night. some hope the city will close it off for good. others think more warning signs for drivers uld make the street safer. "i have an open mind where like you know what i said earlier, i'd like to see the yellow lights...the cautns signs and everything," said juron. even with varying opinions about the best solution... people who took the time to share their ideas... just want something done. "absolutely, they came together tonight...and i'll tell you what, anybody that wants to take a course in civics or government ...this was an ideal meeting to have because they were pulling together, but at the same token they also want to see solutions from city council, the c cy officials, and city leaders," said moore. lukas: there have been 17 accidents in 13
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street... four of those are associated with high speeds on thrill hill. " lukas: coming up.... an exhibit honoring vincent van gogh is coming to chicago... but its a unique feature that has people interested. stay tuned to findout what that is. . " lukas: and.... rock bank ok-go have done it again. the group has released a new video that is quickly going viral. we'll go behind the scenes of their zero gravity
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travelers are shelling out less money on airline tickets these days. the transportation department says domeic airfares have dropped to a six-year low. airline ticket prices fell by more than six- percent in the third quarter of 20-15. the average price is now about 372- dollars. expansion of low-cost airlines and plunging jet fuel costs are big drivers of the change. lukas: the band o-k go just released a new music video shot aboard a plane in zero
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the conditions were so at one point, the lead singer briefly blacked out on camera. reporter jeanne the scenes look at a video that's gone viral. "o-k go has gone weightless. (video) "don't know where your eyes are looking." don't try this aboard your next commercial flight. the band known for its unique videos... (video) has come a long way from their treadmill days... (video) now they're treading in zero gravity in a plane above russia... (video) "don't stop." for three weeks they practiced and performed as the plane did parabolas....climbing until it goes over the hump creating 27 seconds of weightlessness....tim e to open luggage... (video) and release a zillion balls. the flight attendants didn't yell. (video) they're actually trained aerial acrobats. lead singer damian kulash called the w wle zero g experience exciting and terrifying.... ( damian kulash/singer, ok go) "it's a very difficult physical sensation and it just causes a
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russia's s-7 airline offered o-k-go the plane in exchange for using the results in a marketing campaign. the video "upside down and inside out" is made up of 8 periods of weightlessness with the time in between as the plane repositions edited out. the band members took anti nausea drugs but the production crew wanted to go natural. ( tim nordwind/bassist, ok go) "we had about 58 unscheduled regurgitations." (damien kulash/singer, ok go) "58 vomiting events." (video) but what's a little nausea when paint- filled balloons are spilling their guts. ( jeanne moos/cnn correspondent) "now damian himself never actually threw up, but he did pass out." after being spun by the flight attendants ... (damian kulash/singer, ok go) "there's actually footage of me, you can just see my eyes kind of twirl up and i just go limp." (video) "did someone die inside."
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flutter. after 5 seconds or so he regained consciousness. (video) "do you want me to get you some water?" no, i want you to get me some gravity! jeanne moos, c-n-n (video) "don't stop can't stop." new york lukas: if you're headed to chicago in the coming months... you can now feel like you'r'r spending a nigig in vincent van gogh's bedroom... well kind of! the arinstitute of chicago recently commissioned a recreation of van gogh's "yellow house" bedroom for an exhibit opening sunday. the exhibit pays tribute to three paintings van gogh created of the room in the late 19th century. and the museum is renting out that room for just 10 dollars a night on rental site air-b- n-b. the rate includes two tickets to the exhibition, which runs through may 10th. but availability is limited, and the museum is taking bookings in blblks announced on social media. lukas: scott: lukas and scott are chatting about the van gogh air bnb. lukas and scott are chatting about the van gogh air bnb. lukas and scott are chatting about the van gogh air bnb. lukas and scott are chatting about the van gogh air bnb. scott:good morning siouxland. whad
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lukas and scott are chatting about the van gogh air bnb. lukas and scott are chatting about the van gogh air bnb. scott:good morning siouxland. we had some light snow yesterday. visibility isn't too bad, but there is some patchy lukas s d scott are chatting about the van gogh air bnb. lukas ananscott are chatting about the van gogh air bnb. lukas and scott are chatting about the van gogh air bnb. there is some patchy fog here and there. temperatures are in the teens and 20s. here's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the middle teens this afternoon. there is some patchy fog here and there. temperatures are in the teens and 20s. here's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the middle teens this afternoon. scott: here's a quick chekc outside on there is some patchy fog here and there. temperatures are in
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dayplanner where we'll make it into the middle teens this afternoon. scott: here's a quick chekc outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their wowoday....please drive safely eryone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... floyd blvd. and on 6th street. so again... mind that speed. " lukas: still to come... i'll tell you more about the potential changes the national weather service might make to their long standing warning system stay
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weather making headlines... especially here in the midwest. and we have plenty of practice dealing with weather watches, warnings and more. but, this system... which dates back decades... could be in for an update. abc9 meteorologist elisa raffa tells us why. "tomorrow's weather will get nasty. we have a effect for northern abc9 weather words we hear all too often, but do you truly know what they mean? the current united states weather watch warning 1948... that's nearly 70 technology and our since then, does our the national weather service has teamed up with social scientists to try to answer that question. dr. gina eosco,
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project and weather risk communication exexrt has been studying how much current weather determining if they're useful, and (or) if a new system would be rthwhile. of understanding of the united states. you have everything om complete understanding of the watch warning advisory terms to perhaps people who need a little bit of assistance on the other end" says dr. gina eosco, senior social scientist & weather risk communication expert. full screen as it stands, a watch is issued in advance of the weather event to let you know to keep a heads up. bobo warnings and visories are issued as imminent weather is occurring,g, suggesting you te action... with a warning signally a more dangerous impact. but, does the public understand the difference? will a few inches of snow change their routine in any way? todd heitkamp, warning coordination meteorologist at
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weather service in sioux falls isn't too sure. "i think it's foolish of us to really sit here and think that a person is going to change their daily routine based uponan advisory that we issue when we say it's just going to be a nuisance event... 'it's a nuisance? then don't tell me" says todd heitkamp, warning coordination meteorologist, nws sioux falls. there's also what dr. eosco likes to call the "giant crayola crayon box" of national weather service hazards. the current system uses 124 colors to represent weather hazards. is that too many?! "yes, that's way too many! we have too many shades of colors that are too close to each other, that people who are color blind are having many issues with it. even mylf, who is nototolor blind, i look at that map and i can'tell if it's the same shade of red or not....but when you're talking about that many different colors, there's that many different types of hazards out there. so they we have to take a look at really, do we need to issue all those watches, warnings, and advisories for each
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hazards?" says todd heitkamp, warning coordination meteorologist, nws sioux falls. soso have suggggted a stop lighghcolor system, similar to the weather hazard system our friends in europe use. encompassing action words and using only three or four colors to show severity of particular weather hazards. full screen "i think all users, including the public, would like to see a hierarchial tiered system. in other words, perhaps it's low, medium, high risk... or 'no action requireded 'stay aware', 'begin preparations', 'take example" says dr. will roll out experimental products this year so that you at home can have input as to how you would like to be warned about weather hazards. " " lukas: coming up.... hillary clinton and bernie sanders took the debate stage last night in milwaukee wisconsin. i'll bring you a recap of the big night... after the break. scott: " " scott:
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scott: good morning siouxland. we have some cold temperatures expected for today, tonight, and tomorrow as arctic high pressurmoves in for a short period of time. then we'll watch as a weak system travels through on saturday night into sunday. this could drop about an inch of snow in sioux citit and higher totots to the northeast. then we're on track for a warm-up to come through as we move through next week. we'll get a check of your extended forecast showing 30s and 40s for his next week. scott: its now time to temperatures expected for today, tonight, and tomorrow as arctic high pressure moves in for a short period of time. then we'll watch as a weak system travels through on saturday night into sunday. this could drop about an inch of snow in sioux city and higher totals to
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we're on tra for a warm-up to come through as we move through next week. we'll get a check of your extended forecast showing 30s and 40s for highs next week. scott: temperatures expected for today, tonight, and tomorrow as arctic high pressure moves in for a short period of time. then we'll watch as a weak system travels through on saturday night into sunday. this could drop aboututn inch of snow in sioux city and higher totals to the northeasas then we're on track for a warm-up to come through as we move through next week. we'll get a check of ur extended forecast showing 30s and 40s for highs next week. scott: temperatures expected for today, tonight, and tomorrow as arctic high pressure moves in for a short period of timim then we'll wawah as a weak
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saturday night into sunday. this could drop about an inch of snow in sioux city and higher totals to the northeast. then warm-up to come through as we move through next week. we'll get a check of your extended forecast showing 30s and 40s for highs next week. scott: check out some temperatures tonight, and in foror short period watch as a weak
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saturday night into sunday. this could of snow in sioux city the northeast. then we're on track for a warm-up to come through as we move througugnext week. your extended 30s and 40s for highs next week. scott: its now time to check out some submissions for selfie contest. is of bebeand melissa, who gotmarried last july. congratulations guys!
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our next picture comes to us from who have been married for a year scott: here are ronald and amy from dako city, who together! lukas: couple shalyn and her boyfriend austin. thanks for ththphoto guys. scott: here is awn and stacy marsh, who are celebrating 15 years together! ! lulus: and our final picture for ght now comes to us from mike and marsha, who took this photo while hiking in colorado. and get this scott, they have been married for 41 years! scott: a prize pack worth $250 is up we've gotten almost 50 pictures sent to us in the past 24 hours alone... to show off as many as we can today. lukas: for the first titi inton's new to bernie sanders primary... the two off on the debat stage... convince a more diverse population that they are the better choice for the democratic
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abc's lanaak has a recap. "sanders: "i do have a disagreement here." the differences were substantive , but subtle in last night's democratic debate. clinton "we agree that wall street should never be allowed to wreck main street again. but here's the point i want to make tonight. i am not a single issue candidate and i do not believe we live ina single issue country.."hillary clinton trying to reset after being walloped in new hampshire gfx: the demographics now changing...voters more than 90 percent white in iowa and new hampshire... but in south carolina, more than half of democratic voters could be african americans-- sanders "when we have more people in jail, disproportionately african american and latino, than china does the fireworks really coming at the end wiwi this contentiouou moments clinton sot: " ...the kind of criticism that we've heard from senator sanders about our president i expect from republicans. i
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for the democratic nomination to succeed president obama." sanders sot: "madam secretary, that is a low blow. clinton was asked about losing the female vote in new hampshire, she responded she has devoted her career to empowering mkae their own choice is not to vote for me. the state release some of
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emails this weekend. hillary clinton's emails this weekend. officials offered to release the emails after a federal judge criticized them tuesday for delaying the release. the emails are from the private server clinton ed when she was secretary of state. critics claim the private server put national secrets at risk. the state department was supposed to release all of the emails last month h but it asked for an extension. under the new plan-- it wowod release 550 emails on saturday out ofofhe aproximately 37- hundred thatat remain. lukas: chelsea clinton campaigned for her mother in flint, michigan. while there... she met with the doctor who first reported rising levels of lead in children's blood in the city. the discovery eventually led officials to admit the city's water supply was contaminated. the former first daughter spoke
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the city. chelsea clinton, clinton) "if i'd been living in been poisoned and i child i'm m rrying. ere's a direct result of lead poisoning for some women, so it's heartbreaking to me. so to me, this is clearly a catastrophe." campaiging for her mother for the past few and she isn't the only clinton helping hillary on trail. lukas: bill clinton has been a key democratic powerhouse in her corner as she the white house. former presidentnt bill clilion really helplpg his wife's campaign? ? reporter jeff zeleny has mor "bill clinton loves the campaign trail. (bill clinton) "this state has been so good to me and to hillary." he's still the biggest name in democratic politics - one of the most popular former presidents - but clinton nostalgia is facing a fresh test in a year where being part of the old guard
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in his wife's second presidential campaign, he started with a soft touch. prprty much still the same girl i fell in loveith in law school. she really is." from responding to donald trump's attacks on his wife. (bill clinton) "i have no interest in getting involved in doing anything except trying to help hillary." but the former president's tone has crescendoed into a confrontation with (bill clinton) "when you're making a revolution, you can't be too careful about the facts. you're just for me or against me." champion oall enemy of all things bill." from the ( bernie sanders, (d) presidential candidate) "i was disappointed in president clinton. i have known him for 25 years and i like him and i respect him and i hope that this campaign does not degenerate." some democra are starting to have flashbacks to 2008, when president clinton became an unwelcome center of attention and a harsh critic of barack obama. (bill clinton) "give me
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fairy tale i've ever seen." the fafay tale line ststk with clinton - and made him seetetng mad. but he by dimishing south carolina. (bill clinton) "jesse jackson won south carolina twice in 84 and 88 and he ran a good campaign and senator obama's run a good campaign good campaign there are few for hillary clinton than the former president. but as this campaign escalates, some democrats wonder if he'll be able to hold his tongue. he knows his words are magnified. (bill clinton) "sometimes when i am on a stage like this, i wish that we weren't married, then i could say what i really think." as both sides are furiously trying to win over black voters, president clinton is in the spotlight again - a high-wire second act. (bill clintoto "the hotter this election gets, the more i wish i were just a former president...and just for a few months...and not the spouse of a next one." lukas: and hillary clinton received a key endorsement
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congressional political action mmittee says it will back her bid house. clinton received support in the vote by the board. her democratic sanders did not receive any votes. "(rep. gregory meeks/congressiona she has beenur we believe that she's and she has helped us and helped this country by helping elect democrats across the board." the endorsement comes at a time when clinton is trtrng to gain momemeum after she lost new sanders. clinton and sanders are voters... play a large role in determining who is the democratic nominee. governor pete ricketts is speaking out about his property tax relief plan. here's susan risinger with the details. "governor pete ricketts says local government bodies may not support his plan to control property taxes, but the taxpayers in
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number one thing he has heard from the state's residents for the past two-and-a- half years has been the need for property tax relief. the norfolk salvation army supports people throughout the year with food, utilities and rental assistance. salvation army captain r. c. duskin says the local church has begun a fund drive to raise $5,000 to support 700 people for the next 30 days. and the ananal children's d d festival will l held sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. in the sunset plaza mall. about 1500 children's books will be given away that afternoon, and travis wizardry will perform at 3:30. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 und 106kix. " lukas: coming up in sports...the s-b-l girls hosted south sioux city in a match up of ranked teams. find out who earned a statement win ... up ahead. scott: stay tuned for
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jessica rae:
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siouxland but last night three ranked teams all took to the here's chris with the action. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. hoops season winds down, most schools have wrapped up schedules. some unique interstate matchups like we had last bluff and lawton. how bout this, the ball gets stuck but carissa powell says no problem...impressive hops. we pick things upi n the second quarter...powell more than just a jumper...the extra pass to marybeth rasmussen puts the cards up 15. then the inside out game frees up augusta thramer for the triple...south sioux up 39-21. they weren't done either...powell, picks it off and gets s for the hoop and the 43-21 at the break. but at halftime this
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warriors going. they break the press and that leads to an easy layup for try to chip away. crashing the glass board and the put back to get within 20. but way too much powell and thramer last night...south sioux takes it 71-59. number 13 lawton- bronson hosting 14-4 elk point jefferson. eagles up 3 out of the half when anna dreessen dishes it off to ali verzani...she cashes and make it a 6 point then in the complete the court...josie heeren answers with a three of her own...huskies trail it 26-29, but not for long. heeren finds alexis flynn she knocks down the baseline jumper and we're all knotted up. but the very next time down the court...dreessen gets the kick out and the three to put the hosts back on top. then verzani drives and dishes last second to lexi binder for the easy lay in...lawton- bronson prototts home court, 49-46. that will do it for your check on sports...have a great
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scott:good morning siouxland. we had some light snow yesterday. visibility isn't too bad, but there is some patchy fog here and there. temperatures are in the teens and 20s. here's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the middle teens this afternoon. lukas thanks scott... there is some patchy fog here and there. temperatures are in ththteens and 20s. re's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the middle teens this afternoon. lukas fog here and there. temperatures are in here's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the middle teens this afternoon. lukas there is some patchy temperatures are in the teens and 20s. here's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the
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lukas thanks scott... american and there is some patchy temperatures are in the teens and 20s. here's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the are facing more challenges on the reena ninan and kendis gibson have the details. good morning, to whiching "america's money" -- oil prices doing no favors to stocks. >> the price of oil hit levels not seen in nearly 13 years yesterday. >> that's one reason the dow opens t this morning on a four-day losing streak. ocks across asia were downn sharply. who foods 365 set to offer
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a move to entice millennials. they'll sell fresh juice to tattoo and they'll open in los angeles later this spring. finally, kanye west's big night before a big crowd in new york. he simultaneously unveiled his new fashion line and debuted his new albubu >> it prompte an offer from former drug ceo martin ss. to only to him. i guess not. >> that's "america's money." >> have a great day.soup and sandwich and someere to go, anand clean and real and nowhere to be, and warmth ananlookoking good, and sandwich and soup and insideokes, and dan is back!
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guys will berunning g the stores trying to find that special gift to o ke their sweetie feelspecial. but one indiana man found a unique way to show his love towards his wife... and he might just win husband of the year for his efforts! " "patrick sullivan says his wife asks for modest gifts on
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patrick sullivan, bought a billboard) "she tells us just write me a note or a card." but he had something different in mind this year. (patrick sullivan, bought a billboard) "when i was driving north on emerson avenue i saw these billboards and i thought hmmm that would make a really nice big valentine's card, you know." ( patricia sullivan, wife) "i think he really went overboard i have the biggest card i guess i could say." pat surprised patty with the billboard this week. it reads... pat and patty forever... 27 years and counting... you complete me.. love pat. (patricia sullivan, wife) "and i just started gasping and crying just like oh my gosh i can't beleive it." (patrick sullivan, bought a billboard) "she just started crying and she just totally lost it and it was really exciting that's what i wanted to surprpre her and let her know howow special she is a a let r know that these 27 years have been great for me." the pair married in 1988.. and have three kids and a new grandchild. i asked if the valentines had any advice for a long and happy marriage. (patricia sullivan, wife) "we just take it day by day and just try
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and show each other that and communicate. i don't know how he's going to top it and i don't know really what i'm going to do for him." scott: its now time to check out even more submissions for our sweetheart selfie contest. scott: the first picture is of nick and his sweetheart angel, what a cute couple. lukas: our next pture comes to us from milissa and her husband lowell. and its kind of hard to see, but they say that is the exact spot where they were married. scott: here is a really cool picture from stephanie! i love this one, very
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next up is jordan hamman, who snapped this pic on their way to vegas.s.hanks for the e oto guys. and here is a card nanette. you guys ok like you are still in love after years together! scott: and our final picture for right now comes to us cathy, who call this photo 30 years of ice sweethearts. and they say they are all these years later! scott: a prize pack worth $250 is up for grabs. we've gotten almost 50 pictures sent to us in the past 24 hours alone... and we're trying to show off as many as we can today. jessica rae scott: adlib scott:good morning siouxland. we have some cold temperatures expected for today, tonight, and
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high pressure moves in for a short period of time. then we'll watch as a weak system travels through on saturday night into sunday. this could drop about an inch of snow in sioux city and higher totals to the northeast. then we're on track for a warm-up to come through as we move through next week. we'll get a check of your extended forecast showing 30s and 40s for highs next week. past 24 hours alone... and we're trying high pressure moves in for a short period of time. then we'll watch as a weak system travels through on saturday n nht into sundayaythis could drop about an inch of snow in sioio city and higher totals to the northeast. then we're on track for a warm-up to come through as we move through next week. we'll get a check of your extended forecast showing 30s and 40s for highs
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jessica rae scott: adlib lukas: tonight, and tomorrow as arctic high pressure moves in for a short period of time. then we'll watch as a weak system travels through on saturday night into sunday. this could drop about an inch of snow in sioux city and higher totals to the northeast. then " coming up in our six o'clock hour... we'll check in with the republican candidates... who are stumping in south cararina ahead of the next primary. lukas: " plus... jeb bush is calling in reinforcements to help with his struggling campaign... his brother... we'll hear from
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isn't too bad, but ere is some patchy fog hehe and there. teteeratures are in the teens and 20s. here's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the middle teens this afternoon. there is some patchy fog here and there. temperatures are in the teens and 20s. here's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the middle teens this afternoon. lukas: wewee a little over there is some patchy fog here and there. temperatures are in the teens and 20s. here's the dayplanner where we'll make it into the middle teens this afternoon. lukas: we're a little over a week away from

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