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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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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: it's time now to check on your forecast... lukas: the nasty war of words among the republican presidential candidates is getting even nastier. now donald trump is t teatening to take senator ted cruz to court. and cruz is daring mogul to do just here is the latest trail. " (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "you can't lie about people like that, it's
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it is a dramatic escalation.donald trump d ted cruz's fight..boiling over.. their war of words now being dominated by legal threats. ( sen. ted cruz/(r) presididtial candidate) "one of the things i look forwawa to most of all is posing donald trump. cruz .outright daring donald trump today... sing go ahead: sue me. (sen. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate) "so donald, i would encourage you, if you want to file a lawsuit, challenging this ad, claiming it is defamation, file the lawsuit." at issue: this ad from the cruz campaign... which attempts to paint trump as being supportive of abortion ririts.using a t-v interview of trump's from 1999. ( cruz ad) "i am pro-choice in every respect. we cannot trust donalal trtrp with these serious decisions." trump has said he has evolved on the issue - and is
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rights now. the trump campaign slapping cruz with this cease and desist order to try and stop his rival from running the ad. (sen. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate) "i have to say to mr. trump you have been threatening frivolous lawsuits for your entire adult life. even in the annals of frivolous lawsuits this takes the cake." trump today..not backing down...laying into cruz (donald trump/(r) presidenenal candidate) "i'm pro-life, and he'll say i'm pro-choioi. and i get a a ll from a reporter ...i hear
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ask who told you that? cruz. cruz! it's unbelievable. no, i'm pro-life. and i said to myself, how can a guy be so dishonest?" marco rubio echoing trump's accusations against cruz. (sen. marco rubio/(r) presidential candidate) "what we've seen in the last few weeks is very disturbing." also calling cruz a liar. (sen. marco rubio/(r) presidential candidate) "ted unfortunately has proved that he is willing to say or do anything to get elected." cruz firing back that rubio is just taking a page from trumums playbook. (s(s. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate) "marco rubio is behaving like donald trump with a smile" the infighting within the top tier comes as donald trump is coasting above every other candidate in the polls. a new c-n-n/o-r-c poll out today.shows trump with a commanding lead in nevada.twenty-six points ahead of any other candidate. (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "beyond belief, actually. maybe i don't even have to go there to campaign, i dunno." meanwhile.. jeb bush is still fighting for traction. feeling energized with his family's help, sharpening his attacks. ( jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate) esidential hopefuls has the republican's weweite supportingng another candidate if you log on to jeb bush's website ( jeb bush dot com) it now re-directs you to donald trump dot com. according to a trump spokesperson... the campaign was not responsible for the website
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the only one out there, there are a slew of other domain names being used to poke fun at the candidates. lukas: and turning to the democratic side of the race... nevada is looking like a tough battleground f f both candidates. a new c-n-n-o-r-c poll has democratic caucusgoers in nevada split almost evenly between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. 48-percent say they support clinton...47- percent sanders. the racial divide among likely caucus-goers in nevada is not nearly as big as among voters in south carolina. both white and minority voters are about evenly divided between the two candidates. lukas: and a newqunnipiac survey showing essentionally a dead heat nationally... clinton leading sanders 44-to-42 percent. abc's cecilia vega has e latest on the two candidates. "hillary clinton.. today?standing with the tearful mother of sandra bland?the chicago woman who's death in a jail outrage. hrc: we need to face the reality of systemic racism. clinton and bernie sanders trying to
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from the campaign trail? nats bernie overnight to the airwaves nats ads hillary clinton siempre ha estado con nosotros clinton's facing the possibility she could lose nevada too today.. we went to her headquarters in brooo speak with her campaign manager. cv you're smiling that has to worry you. mook: well, we've always anticipated that this would be a veryrylose contest cv but what is bernie sanders doing in nevada that you are not? mook: i don't know, you'd have to o k him what he is doing, we are executing on our strategy a strategy that involves thousands of volunteers no focused on getting voters to caucus. clinton herself now featured in vogue revealing this: "i'm great at advocating for other people... but i'm not so good at really promoting myself. i just find it hard to do." lukas: a leading g nate democrat says
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wall street... he's backing hillary clinton over bernie nders. sanders has centered his presidential campaign on reforming wall street. but new jersey's cory booker says clinton has the superior experience in economic reform. " (sen. cory booker/(d) new jersey) "take the wall street plan. i look at objective folks who have analyzed what hillary clinton's plan is, better than bernie sanders. his rhetoric may be fiery and the like, somebody who has the plans and reform wall street, i think if you look at objective observers, i'd stick with hillary clinton wants to do, intends to do and implement." wall street reform plan is tougher than her rivals. but sanders has blasted clinton for not backing a proposal to split apart commercial
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banks. the democratic candidates are now focusing on saturday's caucuses in nevada. and the former secretary of state is getting some help from a well-known-- and sometimes controversial-- source. planned renthood is mounting an advertising campaign in nevada on behalf of clinton. the group will air three spots ahead of saturday's caucuses.... which feature three women talking about why they support clinton. planned parenthood never mentions clinton's democratic rival by name in the ads. sanders took heat last month after he dismissed planned parenthood's endorsement of clinton as "the establishment" supporting its own. " lukas: coming up.... state wrestling is underway in n s moines... but its a hot topic at the state house that is resonating on the mats. i'll explain... after the break. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... lukas voss... and scott larson.... this is abc9 news this
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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
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comfortable. tomorrow's high is 61 with sunshine. it'll be warm and windy. here's a glance at your full 7 day 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 wiwi mostly cloudy skies. tonight's low is 39 and it'll be mostly clear a a 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: low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog
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temperatures are in the 30s throughout the area and most sps are above frzing. 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 be warm and d ndy. here's a glance at your full 7 day forecast. lukas: scott: adlib lukas: a proposed bill at the statehouse is causing commotion at the state wrestling tournament. if passed, the bill would require every school district to pay an athletic trainer to be at certain varsity sporting events. reporter claire powell has more on the proposed
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" its the biggest week for iowa wrestling but on alot of minds- athletes, athletic dictors and parefts, is actually safety and what a new iowa bill could mean for their sport and schools" nat> to make it to state wrestlers take a beating. "we do know there are dangers that come with each sport" some have taken so much, they're out. grant boehmer, is one of three lake mills bulldogs, who is benched because of concussions "i got two in football one after in a week, then antoher one two weeks o in wrestling in an effort to curb these serious injuries, a proposed bill passing through the senate says every home team should require an athletic trainer at every varsity collision sport. football, soccer. and wrestltlg. but can schools hahale that? a lot y no. "you knwo as ad's we ve the idea, we'd also love the support totoet that done and get invovled in the conversations on how we can provide that" jim boehmer - grant's
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athletic director- than one problem. trainer for rural schools. sports? and on why no funding? school 5,000? thats can eat" step in the right direction but not the perfect solution. " i know stress on schools is heavy, legisalators have toto take i io consideratioio lake mills says the schools who have trainers already themselves lucky, that don't could be facing a tough future. "i dotn think we can prevent everything but itlltake funding to supply people, number of doctors and trainers availabe have to haev them, gotta be able to pay them. to put that on the district thats difficult to fund themselves the way it is right now, thats going to be difficult" "the bill passed senate subcommitee monday, moves on to the senate education committee to see if it gets through funnel week. lukas: " coming up.... the westminster
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officially over... and after the break... we'll have a look at the highs... and the "ruff" spots... from this year's canine competition. 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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shorthaired pointer... beat outut thousands of pooches for the prized trophy atat the westminster dog ow. abc's jejee palmer has mo on the new champion. "the dog-eat-dog competition -coming to an end - cj the german shorthaired pointer from the sporting group - fetching the coveted title. nats over 3000 pups from 7 groups across the nation- chasing the dream - but only one could become?best. in. show tbd presser sot cj is the 3rd german shorthaired poininr totoecome best in show at westminster - but it wasn't a walk in the park- this year's fierce competitors proving to be a ruff crowd - ((gfx)) - 7 boxes showcasing each dog from each group - close up for each - pull back - reveal all 7 - then cj from the sporting group takes over! among the 7 finalists: "rumor" the german shepard
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"bogey" the samoyed [working group], "lucy" the borzoi [hound group], "charlie" the skye terrier [terrier group], nda the shih tzu [toy group] and annabelle the bulldog [non- sporting group] but it was cj [sporting group] - taking the title of top dog nats this german shepard - a crowd favorite - and while she didn't win -'rumor' certainly has it' backstage nats w/ rumor and owner other favorites like chloe [golden retriever] may not have taken home the gold - but they just shook it off [irish setter shaking] afteteall, many dogs dream - and drool at the idea o obecoming best i ishow - but only one cannatch the title. nats judge looking at cj (close up on his face) lukas: scott: lukas and scott are chatting about the dog show. lukas and scott are chatting about the dog show.lukas and scott are chatting about the dog show.lukas and scott are chatting about the dog show.
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lukas and scott are chatting about the dog show.lukas and scott are chatting about the dog show.lukas and scott are chatting about the dog show. scott:good morning siouxland. we have some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is lukas and scott are chatting about the dog show.lukas and scott are chatting about the dog show.lukas and 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. scott: low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout
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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 e freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. scott: here's a quick check outside on areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... lincoln way and on glenn ave. so again... mind that speed. lukas: thanks scott... incredible technology allows users to interact differently with a bendable phone kendis gibson and reena ninan explain. in today's "techtes" a matter of principle not ability.
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with a court order to break the inkrepgs of an iphone used by the san bernardino shooters. >> computer securityy experts said it's notifficult at all. it will take apple one afternoon. google is expanding its g-mail featurur access all theirir messages from a single screen. >> soon they will look out and filter like those gmail filter the world's first full-color high-resolution flexible smartphone >> it's called reflex. the phonellows users to flip through it. it's just a prototype as well. thosere yourtechbytes." >> have a good day. the flu virus. it's a really big deal.
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national drink wine day! wine consumption does have some health benefits. moderate drinkers have lower risks for liver disease, type two diabetes, heart attack, stroke and some cancers. wine can also reduce "bad" cholesterol and increase "good" cholesterol. lukas: and how does chili sound for dinner tonight? well howard has a recipe that proves that all chili's are not created equally. take a look "over the years here we've made lots of different types of chilies. we've made texas-style (without any beans), we've versions using ground turkey and d lots of veggies,s,nd ononnd on. but todadas, recipe is a little dferent and one at everyone who tried it loved we start by browning some italian sausage and a minced onion in a large pot. i'm using mild sausage, but if you want it a bit spicier, you can always use a hotter variety. after no pink remains and we've poured off any we stir in a couple cans of kidney beans that we rinsed and
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some salsa, a bit of water and the typical chili seasonings. we give this a quick stir and let it simmer until everythingngs heated throuou and all the flavors blend together. that's it. it's the seasonings in the sausage that make this chili snd out from the crowd. and the fact that you can have a hot and hearty meal on the table in less than 30 minutes makes this even better. the super-fast recipe for our, "southwest sausage chili," is online now to help you chase away those winter blues. food test kitchen looking for an and another is charged with wednesday morning attack.
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investigation is up ahead. ott: " " scott
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check of conditions
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company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam h . we have some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog whwhh 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
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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: neal welding company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we have some cloudy skies on this thursday morning. visibility is low in northern and eaststn siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. temperatures are in the 30s throughout
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freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. the stormcast hd shows a very quiet pattern with far warmer an normal temperates. today's hi 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
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more about the 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 from stab wounds. he was taken to mercy medical center where he later 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 yesterday afternoon. wanatee has previous criminal record... including a second degree murder conviction which for. and details mace's death are abc9 news reporter christina grijalva brings us reaction from the victim's family.
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would have imagined..." a sioux city man was fatally stabbed on the 19-hundreded block of west fifit wednesday morning-- from his own front door. the victim was identified as vernon mace-- the father of verna hoffman. feet away from didn't hear anything, him..i... " at the hand of someone mace's family knows-- 47-year-old elias wanatee, the 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."
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mercy medical-- where he passed away due to injuries. sioux city police aprehended wanatee 10 hours after responding to the init cl. wannatee ibeing 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 streets-- they hold on to the good memories of a beloved father and grandfather. "he was a great guy, he was a great dad. everybody liked him, if you met him, you would have liked him. he had an awesome smile. awesome smile. and um, he'd h hp anybody, he wasn't perfect, but he was s good person, hhad a good hrt...and it's a tragedy...for this to happen, it's just like...i don't know." lukas: a man accused of hitting a pedestrian with his car in sac county is now in police custody. authorities in fort dodge werneburg at a wal mart yesterday. he's being attempted murder werneburg struck a man in carna-vun, iowa sunday night and then drove away he's also being
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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 the passenger attempted to bring the loaded gun in their carry on bag sunday. the 3-80 caliber firearm, was sioux city police. may be facing a fine up to 11 thousand dollars for disobeying t- s-a protocol this kind ofof 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 ... one of whichch caught fire. thankfully, the fire was put out quickly and no major injururs were reported. no word yet on damage caused by the fire lukas: and now to the
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the battle continues in south carolina.... with the primary just days away... and new polling numbers... the presidential hopefulls keep swinging and punching at one another. abc's ray raimundi has the latest. "the clash of the republican candidates....now going into overdrive. the battle ground: south carolina -- where four of the x republican candidateses- participated in town hall forums across two cable networ trump i do attack people when i'm attacked republican front- runner donald trump....all alone on m-s-n-b-c ... where he attacked his fellow counterparts...and defended his fiery temperment trump "in a year from now, people will respect what i did over on c-n- n...senators ted cruz and marco rubio....along with dr. ben carson....all got their chance to address questions from south carolina voters. cruz...whipping out the hammer on trump...after receiving a cease and desist letter. sen cruz cooper: what did you think when you actually got the letter? cruz :i'll confess, i laughed out loud. bio...with a more personal message...
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nikki haley endorsing marco rubio rally ...smiling from ear- to-ear on govenor nikki haley's endorsement sen rubio in my campaign for president i got the endorsement of a candidate of indian descent and tomorrow we'll be campaigning along an african-american member. that says a lot about south h carolina on the democratic de? hillary clinton anbernie sanders e battling it out in nevada.. ahead of that state's caucuses this weekend. new polls show the race in nevada at a virtual dead heat. ray tag: and with the south carolina g-o-p primaries and the nevada democratic caucuses just 48 hours away.... all presidential hopefulls are desperate for a win. a win...they hope...will have them soaring into super tuesday... which is just 12 days away. ray raimundi, abc news, new york. lukas: back to local popotics in des moines... state legislators
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state legislators are makiki their final pupu on sevevel proposed billll 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 advocateamilies took a stand outside the statehouse in order to support the cause for cannabis to be produced and dispenced in 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 marijuana in iowa, 66.3% of kids entering treatment have marijuana as their drug of choice." the bill has not
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cocoittee... 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 treatmentonly three others would now qualify. another group of suffering iowans had also gathered at the capitol recentlylyo promote thth "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: but one bill that got unanimous approval by the senate transportation committee aims to change the way drivers share the roro with bikes. the bill under consideration would reque motor vehicles to pass bicycles in an adjacent travel lala...
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bikekehe same as passing a car or truck on roads. the bill is now eligible for debate in the iowa senate. " " lukas: coming up in sports...morningsi de and briar cliff renewed their cross-town rivalry last night. highlights from the newman flanagan center when we come back. scott:
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volunteers are needed for the 2016 n-a-i-a division two women's basketball championship coming up next
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city , this year's tournament runs march 9th 15th at the tyson events center in sioux city. and job types are interested volunteers should call 712- electronically by visiting the tyson events center website to fill form. you can find more information on how to volunteer at siouxlandmatters dot com. lukas three nights of events aimed at benefitting sioux city's boyoyand girls home and mily services begin day. the 19th annual faceoff for charity is a mix of hockey fun, sports memoribillia and a special dinner served by this years sioux city musketeers players. during last years three night event.. players, staff and fans raised a record 72- thousand dollars. the total amount raised over the past 18 years rounds out to just under six- hundred- thousasa dollars. you can call the number provided at the bottom m your screen for reseseations lukas: the g-pac tournament is
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morningside and briar cliff women gave us a preview of a possible championship game. here's chris 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 matchup in the women's game...second- rank stangs, number ten chargers. we pick it up in the third quarter and the three ball 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
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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 heown 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 t 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.....sses, gets his own b brd and the put back to fall to get within six. coming back into the near court though, cl 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.
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iowa and nebraska. alex walker will be 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. still ahead in our show.... low in northern d eastern siouxland some e ght fog which has spread through the region. . temperatures aren the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays about a phenomenon called synesthesia... where two or more senses become entertwined. plus here's what
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three million s-u- vs worldwide... because of possible problems with the seat belts. in a news release issued early this morning... the company saidid flaw could cause some rear seat lts to fail. ththaffected vehicles are the toyoyo rav-4, toyota rav-4 e-v, and toyota vanguard. most were built between 2005 and 20-14. one-point-three million of them were sold in north america. toyota dealers will fix the problem at no cost to the consumer. rav-4 and vanguard owners can contact their toyota dealer or visit toyota's website for more information. lukas: we all experience the world differently. but everyone uses their senses to
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around them. so, what if the way you see, taste, or hear was perceived differently in your brain? with a phenomenon called synesthesia... two or more senses become entertwined. seneca and her mom taste color. and soren sees colors when he reads numbers on a page. it's not a condition that causes problems ... but it does make for experiences unlike those of the average person. seneca says, "i'm seeing pink and yellow." soren peterson says, "for instance,e, the number 13 would be a dark blue one and a maroon three." there are up to 60 different types of synethesia and no two examples are exactly the same. there does seem to be a genetic link with synesthesia, some even think it's passed down through the mother, like the case with gretchen and seneca. and more women than men report having the non threatening condition. kas: if you think you're being healthier r skipping the soda machine and going to starbucks...
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that some flavored coffee drinks can contain more sugar than soda. the group, action on sugar... found some of the drinks can contain up to 25 teaspoons of sugar. that's three times more than in one can of soda... and more than three times the maximum adult daily intake recommended by the american heart association. starbucks says it has committeteto reducecedded sugar in its "indulgent drinks" 25-percent... by the end of 2020. lukas: students at a local elementary 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 scho have seen improvements in their students and love to see them take an
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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 assemblili in hopes to reach as many students possible. 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 e lights in las vegas. the problem was... even after fundraisers werere ld in his honor... tony was 2- thousand dollars short. that is until wiwiavegas stepped in to fill the void. "he has carned 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
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of winnavegas travis morgan. tony will need to bring four caregivers along with him on the trip since in his current condition requires 24-7 care. but family members know that getting himim to las vegas is all that matatrs. "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 strip 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 gofundme page on our website at siouxlandmatters dot com. lukas scott: adlib scott:good morning siouxland. we have
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morning. visibility is low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog g 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. low in northern and eastern siouxland with some light fog which has spread through the region. . temperatures areren the 30s throughout the area and most spots are above freezing. the planner displays highs getting into the lower 50s. 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
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planner displays highs getting intoto the lower 50s. scott: make sure to tune in on friday for a special story - 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. taking a look at how to stay informed on the weather through social media. i sat down with the founder of siouxland severe weather network, jeff robinson, as we chatted about the success of his page which recently passed 25,000 followers. we'll weigh the benefits and drawbacks of getting weather information via social media...and have feedback from national weather service forecaster todd heitktkp. all of that plus more information on
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social media outreach...that's coming up friday so don't miss it! lukas scott: later today...... thanks for tuning in and keep it right taking a look at how to stay informed on the weathehe through social media.a. i sat down with the founder of siouxland severe weather network, jeff robinson, as we chatted about the success of his page which recently passed 25,000 followers. we'll weigh the benefits and drawbacks of getting weather information via social media...and have feedback from goodod morningamerica. ad heat.
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