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eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the area and most freezing. the highs getting into the lower 50s. your full forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " " " coming up this low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. your full forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " coming up this morning on abc9 news... one man is dead and another charged with murder after a wednesday morning attack. the latest on the investigation is up ahead. " funnel week at the state capital
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you the latest on a number of proposed bills. " why iowa senator chuck grassley... continues to the president all news this morning ... "" good morning and thanks for joining i'm lukas voss. we begin this morning with circumstances surrounding a fatal stabbing on the westside of sioux city. 50-year-old vernon mace was killed... and now the lone suspect is being held on murder charges. police responded to a call early wednesday morning at a home near the corner of west first and helmer. where they found mace suffering stab wounds. he was taken to mercy medical center where he died. 10 hours later... police apprehended the man they believe to be responsible, 47-year old eliase wanatee. who was booked on 1st degree murder charges this afternoon. wanatee has a previous criminal
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second degree murder conviction which he served 10 years for. and details surrounding mace's death are now surfacing abc9 news reporter christina grijalva brings us reaction from the victim's family. "i never in my life would have imagined..." a sioux city man was fatally stabbed on the 19-hundred block of west first street early wednesday morning-- right down the way from his own front door. the victim was identified as vernon mace-- the father of verna hoffman. "no more than a few feet away from where i sleep and i didn't hear anything, like i couldn't save him..i... " the tragedy comes at the hand of someone mace's family knows-- 47-year-old elias wanatee, the
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niece.- none of the family members knew wanatee showed up at the house and confronted mace outside wednesday morning "he waited for my dad to come out of the house, he waited out here. when my dad came out, he and my dad had a verbal whatever...um they started arguing. he chased my dad down the block and stabbed him down the block and my dad made it back to the house to get help." mace was taken to mercy medical-- where he passed away due to injuries. sioux city police aprehended wanatee 10 hours after responding to the inital call. wannatee is being held at the woodbury county jail on second degree murder charges. although, mace's family can breathe a sigh of relief that wanatee is off the pedestrian with his car in sac county is now in
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authorities in fort dodge located jeremy werneburg at a wal mart yesterday. he's being charged for attempted murder after police say werneburg struck a man in carna-vun, iowa sunday night and then drove away from the scene. he's also being charged with assaulting an officer after resisting arrest. lukas: a person trying to check in a gun through the sioux gateway airport may be facing steep fines according to the t-s-a, the passenger attempted to bring the loaded gun in their carry on bag sunday. the 3-80 caliber firearm, was confiscated by sioux city police. now the person may be facing a fine up to 11 thousand dollars for disobeying t- s-a protocol this kind of occurence is happening more often, last year alone ... officers found more than two thousand six hundred guns in carry on bags a 20 per-cent increase from the previous year lukas: emergency responders were called to put out a fire at the winnavegas casino. sloan fire department responded yesterday... after crews were working on propane gas lines
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caught fire. thankfully, the fire was put out quickly and no major injuries were reported. no word yet on damage caused by the fire lukas: and now turning our attention to the state house... state legislators are making their final push on several proposed bills. tommorow marks the end of what's known as "funnel week" at the capitol ... requiring bills to get their final approval by committee in order to be eligible for continued debate. one of those bills gaining traction at the state house, would expand iowa's access to medical cannabis. for the second time this session. a group of advocate families took a stand outside the statehouse in order to support the cause for cannabis to be produced and dispenced in the state. "simply the stigma to medical cannabis needs to end. we know that the discussion about "getting high" is so far gone. we know the research is out their. we know it's benefiting states and their residents and iowa staying stagnent is not proactive " "the primary substance that our iowa youth, without any expansion on
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66.3% of kids entering treatment have marijuana as their drug of choice." the bill has not passed through the commerce committee... so it'll have to be debated among the full senate. the bill looks considerably different than the one lawmakers tackled last session. the 12 dispensaries and four manufacturers included last year have been cutback to just two facilities and both manufacture and dispense the cannabis oil ... and instead of 11 illnesses qualifying for the treatment ... only three now qualify. another group of suffering iowans had also gathered at the capitol recently to promote the "death with dignity act." we are learning the bill will not be be moving on this session ... becoming a victim of funnel week. the act would have given those suffereing from terminal illness the choice of euthenasia or assisted suicide. lukas: one bill that got unanimous approval by the
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committee aims to change the way drivers share the road with bikes. the bill under consideration would require motor vehicles to pass bicycles in an adjacent travel lane... making passing a bike the same as passing a car or truck on roads. the bill is now eligible for debate in the iowa senate. lukas: aproximately 560- thousand iowans are in the middle of watching their healthcare change hands. and yesterday marked an important day in the transition. the deadline for people to decide which private company they want managing their healthcare coverage. amanda krenz has more from des moines. "amerigroup, amerihealth, united healthcare. iowa is only days away from these three companies taking over medicaid and the hawk-i program - which insures kids. letters went out to families asking them to make their decision by february 17th about which company they want to use. but there's a major hiccups for people who have to make this choice - their healthcare provider, whether that's a doctor, pharmacist, a clinic, a pediatrician, or
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not be signed up with one of the companies. acccording to the department of human services... (fs) only 60 percent of providers in the state have signed contracts with all three of the private companies. 70 percent have signed with two. and 90 percent have signed with just one of the companies. (cms website) that's a major concern of cms - the federal group that has to give its approval for the transition. they are worried that iowa's network of providers isn't robust enough. they gave the state to improve on before they felt they could give iowa permission to move ahead to managed iowa's medicaid director says the state is ready for the change, mikki - iowa was ready january 1, we're more ready now. even though the the okay." " lukas: there's a proposed bill that just passed into the senate education committee all focused on preventing and being able to diagnose concussions in
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are calling "collision sports". one of those sports is wrestling. this sport is the main reason senator tod bowman authored the bill... proposing that every home team has an athletic trainer, doctor or physical therapist present at every varsity collision sporting event. if a concussion occurs- trainers have 48 hours to report it to athletic directors ... making sure schools are doing the most they can to keep student athletes safe. "you knwo as ad's we love the idea, we'd also love the support to get that done and get invovled in the conversations on how we can provide that" the bill passed the senate subcommittee monday. it will now go to the senate education committee. we'll have much more on this bill... coming up later on in the show. " when we come back... we'll hear from iowa senator chuck grassley... who is continuing to speak out against president obama ... hear why ... after the break ... scott: we'll have...
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abc9 news this morning... with ... lukas voss... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this
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some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. the stormcast hd shows
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than normal temperatures. today's high is 52 with mostly cloudy skies. tonight's low is 39 and it'll be mostly clear and comfortable. tomorrow's high is 61 with sunshine. it'll be warm and windy. here's a glance at your full 7 day forecast. lukas scott: low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread temperatures are in the 30s throughoutthe area and most spots are above freezing. the
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the lower 50s. the stormcast hd shows a very quiet pattern with far warmer than normal temperatures. today's high is 52 with mostly cloudy skies. tonight's low is 39 and it'll be mostly clear and comfortable. tomorrow's high is 61 with sunshine. it'll be warm and windy. here's a glance at your full 7 day forecast. lukas scott: lukas: iowa senator chuck grassley isn't pulling punches when it comes to the president's nomination to replace supreme court justice antonin scalia. grassley caused some controversy last weekend, when he said the replacement for justice scalia should be made by the next president.
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about it at recent town hall meetings in eastern iowa ...saying he would however take the process "step by step." grassley is chairman of the senate judiciary committee... he plays an important role in process. reporter sarah greene spoke to senator grassley... and has more. "" "it's been just days since 79- year-old supreme court justice antonin scalia passed away in texas.... politicians on both sides of the aisle are debating who should appoint his replacement. president obama says he will fill the seat...but republican lawmakers say that job should be left to the next president... chairman of the senate judiciary committee and iowa senator chuck grassley is one of them. ( senator chuck grassley) "i feel that this is such an important position, and times are a lot different that we need to wait until we get a new president." the senate judiciary committee has the first say in confirming a nominee from the president. so senator grassley has a big say on future of pty supreme court seat. when asked if he would consider a nominee from the president he wasn't very decisive. (senator chuck grassley) "i said we'll take it a step at a time." he also said he's concerned keeping the court balanced. (senator chuck
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"i think we have that balance issue now pretty well defined between 4 liberals and four conservatives and one moderate. " iowan and former public defenender jane kelly is on the shortlist for potential replacements.... even though grassley supported her in her nomination to the u.s appelate court. he said the issue is bigger than an idividual. (senator chuck grassley) ""i have good feelings about miss. kelly but that's if i said anything just about her then we'd get back to the individual and this isn't about that individual this is about the process and it's about people voice in the process. " despite the opposition, president obama say he intends to do his job, which includes appointing supreme court justices, until his term is up next year. " lukas: retired supreme court justice sandra day o'connor however is disagreeing with fellow republicans... and is urging president obama to fill the supreme court's newly vacant seat quickly. sandra day o'connor however is disagreeing with fellow
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president obama to fill the supreme court's newly vacant seat quickly. in an interview with a phoenix- baset-v station... o'connor says the president should name a nominee as soon as possible. she called the partisan chatter over the nomination is quote - unnecessary and said the president should "get on" with the job at hand. o'connor was the first woman to serve on the supreme court... nominated by president ronald reagan in 1981. she retired from the bench in 2006. " lukas: coming up.... a new york man recently had his wallet returned to him by a good samaritan... a surprising note inside .... stay tuned for all
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lukas:valuables back... after the robber decided to kind-of .... sort-of do the right thing. most of items were returned, along with a brutally honest letter that's been called "the most new york note imaginable"... reporter jeanne moos has more on the note that has the country laughing.
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he went to a wilco concert in brooklyn, and when reilly flaherty got home he realized, uh oh, lost my wallet. (reilly flaherty/lost wallet) "i have that classic freakout moment." but the really freaky part happened later. ( reilly flaherty/lost wallet) "two weeks later this crazy envelope just shows up. dear reilly flaherty. i found your wallet and your drivers license. had your address. so here's your credit cards and other important stuff." that's the good news, even though reilly had already replaced his license and credit cards. the bad news... (kelly ripa/host, "live with kelly and michael") "i kept the cash because i needed weed (laughter)." (reilly flaherty/lost wallet) "the metrocard because, well, the fare's two-75 now and the wallet cause it's kinda cool." at least the wallet- napper has good taste, it's a handmade leather wallet. reilly posted the letter on social media, writing "thanks...i think." (jeanne moos/cnn correspondent) "next thing you know the letter is on the front page of the paper and it's being read aloud on national tv." (kelly ripa/host, "live with kelly and michael") "enjoy the rest of your day. toodles. anonymous (laughter, clap)." toodles? what kind of half good
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teenager. (nat sound) "toodles." (reilly flaherty/lost wallet) "the ironic thing is that we could have been good friends. we both like wilco, indie music, same taste in wallets." it's such a new york thing. a little selfish, a little selfless. (kelly ripa/host, "live with kelly and michael") "anonymous' honesty is actually kind of charming?" (reilly flaherty/lost wallet) "you know we've got this pot smoking modern-day robin hood that's out there." sending a hand scrawled letter with a charlie brown stamp. maybe that's a clue. maybe charlie brown did it. (peanuts) "good grief!" jeanne moos, c-n-n, new york. lukas: scott: lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. scott:good morning siouxland. we have lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note.
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hilarious note. lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. scott:good morning siouxland. we have some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. lukas and scott are chatting about this hilarious note. scott:good morning siouxland. we have some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. hilarious note.
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with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. scott: low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... lincoln way and on glenn ave. so again... mind that speed. " lukas: still to come... students at spalding park elementary are learning simple things they can do tmake sure bullying doesn't
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you'll hear from the principle of the school... in two minutes. dad: i know. spots. culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. so keeping everything spotless is effortless. mom: hey. dad: the culligan man.
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dad: spots. culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. school are taking action against bullying with the help of some fun activities. the east middle school positive spartians helped teach students at spalding park elementary school the affects of bullying. during the assembly ... students were able to learn about the dangers of spreading rumors and lies about fellow classmates. the goal of the assembly is to teach students to be buddies not bullies. teachers and staff at the school have seen improvements in
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and love to see them take an active role in preventing bullying. mimi moore - principal at spalding park elementary "it's a good reminder because when we do it quarterly it starts to become more intrinsic and it become more ingrained that they realize that. having it once a year is just not enough" the school will continue the assemblies in hopes to reach as many students as possible. " lukas: coming up.... for a person afflicted with synesthesia ...the world is experienced in a completely different way. i'll explain what that means... up next scott: " " scott:good morning siouxland. let's get a check of conditions
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company skycam hd and the storm lake
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on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. the stormcast hd shows a very quiet pattern with far warmer than normal temperatures. today's high is 52 with mostly cloudy skies. tonight's low is 39 and it'll be mostly clear and comfortable. tomorrow's high is 61 with sunshine. it'll
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here's a glance at your full 7 day company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we have some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. the stormcast hd shows a very quiet pattern with far warmer than normal temperatures. today's high is 52
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skies. tonight's low is 39 and it'll be mostly clear and comfortable. tomorrow's high is 61 with sunshine. it'll be warm and windy. here's a glance at your full 7 day forecast. lukas scott: lukas in today's world company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we have some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in in today's world
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medicine and clinical research, we're learning more about the human body than we ever knew before. but ...there's relatively little explanation about why in some cases ... the five senses are intertwined. abc9 news anchor jenna rehnstrom tells us more in this week's your health matters. soren peterson grew up assuming everyone knew that the number two is lime green. while you and i just see black numbers on a page, for this 8th grader, algebra homework is alive with color. soren says, "for instance, the number 13 would be a dark blue onend a maroon three." it wasn't until his parents caught part of a tv program about the phenomenon, that soren realized what he experieced was different. soren says, "i said, 'oh, i see like that!" "right now we don't exactly understand
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certain people have this." while reaching to learn more, soren's mom, marcy, found a friend who could identify. marcy peterson says, "i was so glad when i posted something and you said, gretchen, oh, i have that!" gretchen baller and her daughter, seneca, also experience the world in a different way... but for them, color is percieved, not just through sight... but also taste. gretchen says, "i think i was making a pot of chili, and it wasn't quite right and i was tasting it, and i thought, 'it needs more purple.'" seneca says, "i thought it was just a normal thing." biting into a piece of fruit floods seneca's taste buds.. and her other senses. seneca says, "i'm seeing pink and yellow." seneca, gretchen and soren have what's known as synesthesia. the term itself comes from greek words meaning "joined perception." it happens when one sense is simultaneously perceived with one or more additional senses. dr. lee baugh, phd
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pairing of two senses that are typically removed from one another." dr. lee baugh is an assistant professor of neuroscience at usd's sanford school of medicine. he did his undergraduate studies at one of the leading research institutes examining synesthesia and says it is estimated to affect anywhere from one in every 200 people to one in 2,000. so, why? there's still not a proven cause, but dr. baugh explains one theory that's being researched now. dr. baugh says, "when we're very young, we have far more connections between neurons in our brain than we do as an adult, and through the process of development, a lot of those connections actually get severed. and, people think what may be happening in synesthesia is some of those connections are remaining past those developmental points. so, you have connections between brain regions that typically aren't there." dr. baugh says there are up to 60
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two examples are exactly the same. even, with all these famlilies have in common, there are experiences are vastly different. the one exception being, they all realize this seemingly strange phenomenon... is a gift. seneca, "it's kind of interesting, but it's really cool." soren says, "you just need to learn how to embrace it." lukas: there does seem to be a genetic link with synenehesia, some even think it's passed down through the mother, ... like the case with gretchen and seneca. and more wen than men report having the condition. lukas: a local man who's spent his life battling a life threatening disease will finally get his lifelong wish thanks to a generous donation. tony luck-in is fighting a disease that has degenerated his muscles since age 5. it also causes premature death. tony's final wish has been to see the lights in las vegas. the problem was... even after fundraisers were
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tony was 2- ousand dollars short. that is until winnavegas stepped in to fill the void. "he has earned this right, most people say that he deserves this or whatever. tony has earned this, he's earned the right to go to las vegas and do this. for all that he's done and put up with in his lifetime. he deserves and he's earned that right to get out there." says marketing director of winnavegas travis morgan. tony will need to bring four caregivers along with him ... since in n his current condition requires 24-7 care. but family members know that getting him to las vegas is all that matters. "for him to be able to experience something that in his life while he has a chance to do it is gonna probably be the most exciting best thing that he does, that he'll do." says mandi lee, tony's cousin. the first thing he wants to do when he gets there is go on the high roller farris wheel at night to see the e rip all lit up. the hope his to get him there in may. there is a go fund me account set up by mandi... if you would like to help you'll find a link to that
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siouxlandmatters dot com. lukas: researchers at seattle's fred hutchinson cancer research center announced a potential new breakthrough in the fight against cancer. the treatment is based on what's called "immuno- therapy" it helps a person's immumu system fight off cancer cells s a way that's similar to fighting a virus. in the treatment ... doctors take white blood cells called t-cells from cancer patients and genetically modify them. the cells are then put back in the patient to multiply. the research has not yet been reviewed by other scientists... but in one study - the therapy eliminated all symptoms in 94 percent of participants with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. lukas: a new report linking popular antacids... with a 44 percent increase in the risk of dementia. the headline causing a lot of concern... and alot of questions. abc's chief medical editor doctor richard besser has more. "reaction to a study that hits people where they hurt -- heartburn -- and forecasts what they
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of dementia. basically my entire family takes prilosec daily the study only looked at those over age 75 o took prescription heartburn drugs like prilosec or previcid on a regular basis. and while it found an increased risk of dementia it esn't provthat the drugs were the cause. nat a commercial--- americans spend more than $10billion a year on these two main classes of heartburn medicines, proton pump inhibitors and h2 blockers?. available by prescription or over the counter. but look at this: it's on the label. you're only supposed to use the over the counter ones for two weeks. the prescription ones, for most people, just for a f f months. lukas: if you think you're being healthier by skipping the soda machine and going to starbucks... you may want to think again. a new study found that some flavored coffee drinks can contain more sugar than soda. the group, action found some of the
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teaspoons of sugar. that's three times more sugar than in one can of soda... and more than three times the maximum adult daily intake recocoended by the american heart association. starbucks says it has committed to reduce added sugar in its "indulgent drinks" by 25-percent... at the end of 2020. lukas: migraines can take their toll but as they're about to start... there may be other non-drug related ways to manage the disorder. reporter jim morelli has more. "medications can alleviate migraine symptoms, but there is no cure. there's not one thing we can do to end the migraines for all time at this point. but there are a lot different options that we can offer - and we can hopefully and most likely get you to a better place than where you are. dr carolyn bernstein runs the headache center at boston's beth israel-deaconess medical center. a migraine sufferer herself, bernstein is exploring alternative ways to manage the disease. --nats-- one thing she's come up with: indoor cycling. it's a form of exercise ideal for miaine sufferers,
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impact...there's no pounding. and it's possible cycling could have a beneficial effect on headhes. when we exercise, a lot of the time we feel better afterwards. we get all kinds of neurotransmitters going in our brain that can decrease pain levels. lukas: coming up in sports...morningsi de and briar cliff renewed their cross-town valry last night. highlights from the nenean flanagan cenenr whenene come back. scott: stay tuned for
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lukas:conference are due on monday. susan risinger has more. "nebraska first district
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is not backing any of the gop presidential candidates at this time. fortenberry did support carly fiorina, but now that she has pulled out of the race, he is stepping back to evaluate the remaining candidates. norfolk police chief bill mizner says criminal calls in the city wererlittle changed from 2014 to 2015, but there was a significant increase in traffic enforcement. mizner presend the annual police division report at tuesday night's meeting of the mayor and city council. those planning to attend the nebraska cover crop conference in mead next thursday are reminded that registrations are due monday. the free workshop will focus on the traditional corn-soybean rotation, and will begin thursday morning at 8:30 at the ardc near mead. for more information, or to register, call the nebraska extension office in saunders county at 402-624- 8000. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106kix. " lukas: volunteers are needed for the
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two women's basketball championship coming up next month in sioux city , this year's tournament runs rch 9th through marcrc 15th at the tyson events center in siououcity. all days, shifts, and job types are available. interested volunteers should call 712- 204-0489, or sign up electronically by visiting the tyson events center website to fill out a volunteer form. you can find more information on how to volunteer at siouxlandmatters dot com. lukas: the g-pac tournament is just a week away and last nigig the morningside and briar cliff women gave us a preview of a possible championship game. here's'shris with the highlights. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. the morningside women and briar cliff men have already clinched gpac regular season titles. last night, the squads squared off at the newman flanagan center in the newest installment of the battle for the saddle. a top ten tchup in the women's game...second- ranked stangs,
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we pick it up in the third quarter and the threreball was flying...madison braun gives the mustangs a 47-37 lead. but right away on the other end, south sioux's morgan hansen...three of her 21 to get the chargers back within single digits. but morningside has the answer...jordyn wollenburg flips it out to taylor bahensky and the lead is up to a dozen. jessi corrick did it all for bcu ...a career high31 points, 7 assists, 7 rebounds...she might have even filled the water cooler. but braun had 26 of her own including this one from deep...stangs win it 95-79. in the men's game, the mustangs looking to upset the sixth ranked chargers. in the first, a poor inbounds pass and erich erdman scoops it up and lays it in...bcu jumps out to a 14-6 lead and paul can't believe it. but the stangs battle...evan altenburg...misses, gets his own board and the put back to fall to get within six. coming back into the near court though, clay harreld...one of his 6 three-pointers tonight to put the chargers up 9. morningside...with the response...brody van ginkel tickles the twine to keep it within single digits. but briar cliff forces the split, austin homan pours in the pair and they roll, 91-66. state wrestling cks off today in
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in des moines and i'll be in omaha with reports at 6/10. please join us then, but for now, let's send it back over to you. lukas: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. we have some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. we have some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above
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highs getting into the lower 50s. lukas: thanks scott... for all of the parents out there who want a night out to town... hiring a babysitter might cost a little bit morning. visibility is low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. lukas: thanks scott... for all of the parents out there who want a night out to town... hiriri a babysitter might cost a little bit t more. abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson have the details.
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topping "america's money"- the outlook on interest rate and good news for anyone with a credit card or auto loan. the federal reserve appears unlikely to raise rates at its meings next week. >> it's concerned about the wild swings in the stock markets. take look at this. aiagram of airbus' new idea of underst storage. >> it could severely c down on the leg room on the passenger behind yo and paying for baby-sitter is going up. >> watching one childs now $15.71 an hour. up 5% from last year. ifif two, it's $18 an hour. near 20% of it issers get tips on top of their regular pay. >> they deserve it.
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>> and that's "america's money." i think when people hear about memory care they're scared, they think that it's s. i think it's important for everyone to know that there is so much more to memory support than the stigmas you hearabout. that these residents still have liveses and their lives still matter and that they arstill living their lives. thatat they're not locked away and that they still have a lot to live for, you know, that they have people that care about them and they have people that love them and iove em, so their livives still matter.
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the cast of the next guardians of the galaxy movie... and harry potter is going on tour! reporter david daniel has your hollywood headlines. " so here we are: a thief, two thugs, an assassin, and a maniac. i guess we're stuck together." they are -- and they're coming back for more! "guardians of the galaxy, volume two" has begun shooting in n atlanta. marvel l ys the motley crew's latest adventure willunravel the myery of peter quill's true parentage." that could be connected to one of the cast's new additions: kurt russell, who's rumored to be playing the father of chris pratt's "peter quill." (nat) two award-winning actresses are bringing a little- known piece of history to the big screen. the hollywood reporter says oscar winner octavia spencer and golden globe winne taraji p. henson are set to star in "hidden figures." the period
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the true story of a group of black women who faced racial and gender discrimination... even as their brilliant math skills aided in nasa's early space missions. the film is due out on martin luther king day weeken next january. (nat-music) wizards and witches: get ready for "the harry potter film concert series." according to variety, each tour will present one of the "harry potter" movies on a giant screen, with the original dialogue and sound effects... but the music will be performed live by a symphony orchestra. it'll premiere with "the sorcerer's stone" in philadelphia in june. with the hollywood minute, i'm david daniel. lukas scott: lukas and scott are chatting about the latest news out of hollywood. lukas and scott are chatting about the test news out of hollywood. lukas and scott are chatting about the latest news out of hollywood. lukas and scott are chatting about the
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scott:good morning siouxland. we have some cloudy skies on this thursday hollywood. lukas and scott are chatting about t t latest news out of hollywood. lukas and scott are chatting about the last news out of low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. lukas low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s.
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scott: low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. lukas scott: adadb lukas: coming up in our six o'clock hour.... low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into coming up in our
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the campaign trail... just days ahead of the south carolina primary. the political beat is up next. scott: lukas scott:
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low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s.

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