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starts now. " " " morning.... kalamazo, that has left six who is behind it? the more beer the more on a bill that houses sell 32 ounce. growlers directly to customers. " " and a special exhibit capturing the missouri river through all four seasons right here in sioux city ... these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" lukas: good morning and thanks for starting your week with us ... i'm lukas voss. we begin this morning with the shooting spree in michigan.. six people were shot and killed in a crime that seems completely random. abc's alex perez has the latest. "investigators in kalamazoo michigan on the hunt for answers after a deadly rampage leaves 6 dead.
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dalton now behind bars. (nats police radio: shots fired. we have one confirmed victim right now. the chaos beginning at 5:42 saturday evening a woman shot several times in the parking lot of this residential complex-she survives. but 4 hours later ---(show 10:08 time stamp) pm-in this car dealership parking lot, a father and his 17 year old son shot and killed. within minutes (10:24pm) the gunman opens fire outside a cracker barrel restaurant-killing 4 - in their car including former teacher mary joe nye and critically wounding a 14 year old girl. police radio: dispatch all units ? at cracker barrel. midnight police spot vehicle and take him into custody without incident. the victims, police say, apparently selected at random paul matyas/undersheriff "this is your worst nightmare." jeff getting/prosecutor "how do you go and these victims that targeted for any reason other then they were there to
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had no criminal record and worked as an uber driver. his neighbors in disbelief . sot chad london neighbor: tonight authorities investigating whether the alleged gunman was taking fares in between shootings?matt mellen says he rode with dalton 70 minutes before the first shooting-a ride he says he won't forget matt mellen "we were driving through medians, driving through the lawn, speeding along and when we came to a stop, i jumped out the car and ran away." he claims he even called police tonight uber in a statement saying: "we are horrified and heartbroken at violence?we have police to help with their investigation in any way that we can." lukas a sioux city woman is now in custody for allegedly a woman with a knife wednesday
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the sioux city police department said officers arrested alicia slatton on two felony counts of willful injury in connection with an incident that happened on the 22-hundred block of lafayette street. although police initially said they were looking for two female suspects ... officers will not likely make more arrests in the case. sioux city police identified the victims as 39- year-old dennis hagemann and 26- year-old katrina hess, both of sioux city. lukas pope francis is calling for a one-year moratorium on the death penalty. the pontiff proposing that catholic leaders suspend the practice during the holy year of rcy... that push for forgiveness runs through november. the pontiff is also throwing his support behind a conference set to begin on monday... debating and discussing capital punishment. lukas thousands gathered in washington to pay their respects to supreme court justice antonin scalia. funeral services re held at a church in washington d.c. scalia's longtime friend-- justice clarence thomas-- also spoke at the service. the late justice's
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... delivered mass for his father. "god blessed dad with a love for his family. we have been thrilled to read and hear the many words of praise and admiration for him, for his intellect, his writings, his speeches, his influence and so on. but more important to us and to him, is he was dad." scalia died in his sleep on february 13th during a visit to texas. he was 79 years old. " when we come back... beer straight from the supplier? it might soon be possible ... more on a bill that could bring 32 ounce growlers straight to you ... all coming up. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... lukas voss... and meteorologist scott larson..
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culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. ocheyedan and little sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultural land may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1 overnight into early tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. lukas scott: lukas:
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are working on several alcohol- related bills. one in particular has gained sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultural land inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1 tuesday and another evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultural land may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1
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on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. lukas scott: lukas: iowa legislators are working on several alcohol- related bills. one in particular has gained traction and is known as the growler freedom bill ... abc9 news reporter bria bell has more. "it's the government hurting small businesses is what it is," says martin. iowa's senate committe passed a growler freedom bill which will allow brew pubs to sell up to 32 ounce jugs to consumers. breweries like jackson street would not be affected as it already legal to purchase growlers on demand. the bill will still need approval from
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representatives, but brew pub owners like eric say it's about time. "with the craft beer boom that's happening, it's going to help that increase help small business grow," says martin. in past years, brew pubs had to sell their product to distributors only to have to buy it back at a higher price than what it was originally sold for to abide by iowa's 3 tier system regulating beer distribution. as of now, the growler freedom bill is in a study period giving law makers a chance to observe if they want to move forward with the new change. "it's part of it. it's to look at the 3 tier system. is it working okay? how can we make it so it helps the 'maw and paw' brew pubs. this is going to come in to question or atleast be studied at. do we need to update it, is it working fine?," says bacon. eric believes the bill would help by not only mandating his cash flow, but would result in better beer quality due to less production interuptions. "you know craft beer is all about staying local with a fresh product. having this bill pass would really help out with our business growth and help a small business open up in sioux city," says martin. bria: house representaive bacon says he's looking for the bill to pass sometime next year. in studio, bria bell
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lukas sioux city hosted its second annual steins and vines festival at the steins and vines festival at the convention center this weekend. the event is one of the many attractions siouxlanders look forward to during this time of year. its the area's largest beer and wine festival with food and coffee displays and live entertainment. stein and vines drew large crowds again benefitting not only the vendors but also the convention center. "i'd say most of our sales and leads come through events like this. so far there's been tons of people through and sampling and buying some," says sickelka. "i like it. this is our second year here. my husband won vip's this year. i like those better than the general admission. lot og good wines and good beers, lot of diffrent varitetiesand i 'm pretty good at drinng beer," says ryan.
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hours long and there were over 100 types of beers lukas a photo exhibit took center stage at the betty strong encounter center in sioux city this weekend. fisheries biologist sam stukel presented his 2-year- long photograghy journey of capturing the missouri river throughout the four seasons. the exhibit titled ... "a year on the missouri" .was highly anticipated and while . the photographer displayed his most captivating works for each season ... he does have a preference. "i am a big fan of winter. i like the less people more elbow room. if the goal is showing people the river in a new way, maybe something that haven't seen before, winter is the best time to do that becasue typically we look at the river through the windshield or window of our cars from a distance durring that time of year and there are a lot of really unique features that come out durtring the coldest months." stukel said he
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years studying the watershed of the last missouri river resevoir ...and in these studies, he found his passion for taking pictures of landscapes. stukel has been on the river more than 100 days each year for the past decade. " lukas: coming up.... an important story for expectant couples... managing stress levels while pregnant is important for both mother and child. we'll have more in just a bit ... " lukas: plus .... a new study suggests that more than a third of americans are not getting enough sleep. i'll have more on the results of this study and what sleeps means to your health
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well reporter susan hendricks explains how to manage those stress levels. "stress is completely normal for pregnant women, in fact pregnancy itself may be one of the reasons you feel so stressed out. ( dr. sujatha reddy, m.d/ premier care for women) it's really possible that being pregnant can be increasing your stress physically
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a heightened state and we all know that pregnant or not, too much stress is not a good thing for our bodies. but the jury's still out on how a women's stress level affects the fetus. (dr. sujatha reddy, m.d/ premier care for women) in pregnancy its not so clear cut they're not sure if that stress is harmful although it can make your pregnancy a lot tougher. there is some data that potentially says that kind of stress can increase your risk of a smaller baby and also pre term labor. you can manage stress in a variety of ways. (dr. sujatha reddy, m.d/ premier care for women) a couple of things that can help you know relaxation techniques maybe that's a hot cup of tea or a warm bath or learning ue breathing techniques that can help you. and don't be afraid to ask for help -tell someone just how stressed you're feeling. i'm susan hendricks. lukas: drinking coffee could cut your chance of developing a type of liver disease. researchers say developing a type of liver disease. researchers say two cups a day could cut your
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related cirrhosis by 44-percent. cirrhosis deteriorates the blood flow. second-most that condition in the u-s. but experts say coffee will never balance out all negative affects of excess alcohol. some doctors also say more research is needed to confirm those studies. lukas: a brand new study about sleep deprivation... shows that more than a third of adults here in the u.s. ... don't get enough sleep... and there's one state ... that tops them all ... abc's sara haines has the details "(sara on tape sleepy in the morning) it's xx am... whatever the recommended amount of sleep is... i did not get it. which means i need coffee, a muffin, and anything else that will help wake me up stat. a new center for disease control study reveals more than a third of americs don't get enough sleep, and how well you snooze could all depend on where you tuck in at night. according to the survey, the groggiest americans tend to be in the southeast... but the
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(full screen) [10 sec] despite the laid-back lifestyle, just 56% of hawaiians reported getting the recommended seven or more hours of sleep per night. maybe it's all the fresh kauai coffee? coffee plantation sot - we love coffee! or who can sleep when there's so much surfing to be done? surfer/beachgoer you can do stuff all day and all night, who wouldn't love that but in south dakota-- you can count on getting all your z's. it takes the number napping all fifty what's their secret? the fresh air? the mattresses? comfort king sot or are south dakotans just plain tuckered out after a hard day on the plains? the researchers found that - being college degree, or having a job where associated with so what should you do if a solid seven hours a night seems
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large meals, alcohol, and caffeine before bed - you can even set a pattern of going to bed at the same time each night and get up the same time every morning - also remember to turn off mobile devices or distracting light- emitting electronic devices and if that doesn't work you can always try counting sheep music sting lukas: scott: lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. scott:good monday morning siouxland. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. scott:good monday morning siouxland. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. lukas and scott are chatting about this
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scott:good monday morning siouxland. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. scott:good monday morning siouxland. we have some fog and mist draped over lukas and scott are chatting about this sleep study. cautiously. temperatures aren the 30s throughout the region. we have a pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the dayplanner shows off a high in the lower 40s. cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have a pretty calm wind
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dayplanner shows off a high in the lower 40s. cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have pretty calm wind d-o-t traffic cas here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here...stone ave. and on morningside ave. so again... mind that speed. " lukas: still to come... i'll bring you the details on a new bill that's focusing on keeping bicylcists safe around drivers.
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welcomed after weeks of freezing temperatures and many in sioux city were taking in the sunshine. whether on two legs or four ... friends and family of all kinds came out of winter wallowing to walk, hike, and play at bacon creek park. the dog park was especially packed with pups and owners soaking up sunshine " i hope it stays like is, i hope it starts getting warmer. no more snow. can't wait untill it's dried up and green and beautiful out again." and people in sioux city certainly hope the weather will stay nice as the clean up of melting snow, mud and siouxlanders car's has begun. lukas if you're a bicyclist ... this weekend was a good time to shake off the rust and hit the roadways. and after some
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funnel week ... a bill dedicated to bike safety is closer to becoming reality. reporter jacob peklo explains. "(natural sound of bike rustling) there's a sense of renewal inside this bike show, as the signs of winter slowly melt away. forrest ridgeway, bike world owner: "we have a real lull in the winter time and we have a huge peak in the spring and summer time." natural sound: "just go on up and there and loop around." jeri gates is picking out a new bicycle for spring, but like most people at this sale, had to drive here. jeri gates, west des moines resident: "i'm hoping to spend more time on the trails." gates says she's aware of the rules currently in place for drivers and bicyclists, but says stronger laws... and penalties...could make a big difference. she understands drivers can also be a bit uneasy around bicyclists. jeri gates, west des moines resident: "in general, the drivers do respect that, but as a biker i feel that i would feel safer knowing there would be more laws in place." forrest ridgeway, bike world owner: "i
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everybody who rides a lot of miles on the roads has been buzzed more than once." but thanks to some efforts in the iowa legislature, those days of getting nearly clipped by a car could be minimized. the latest proposal would require drivers to give bicyclists a full lane of clearance, in order to pass them. (natural sound of car passing) jeri gates, west des moines resident: "i can be intimidating having a car really close to you, going quite fast. so, that would definitely put my mind at ease, having that greater space." julie curry says she usually sticks to the would give her a lot the new law was put the books. currently the fine in iowa for improperly passing a cyclist is 250 dollars. " lukas: coming up.... it was a busy weekend in politics and i'll get you caught up on the results from south carolina and nevada... who will it be? up next.
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" " scott:good morning siouxland. let's get a
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neal welding company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we have some fog and mist draped over the cautiously. the 30s throughout the region. we have a pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. there's some minor flooding along the ocheyedan and little sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultural land may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix
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overnight into early tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we have some fog and mist draped over the area so drive cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have a pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. there's some minor flooding along the ocheyedan and little sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent
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may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1 tuesday and another evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we temperature today of 41 with mostly some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. lukas company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we have some fog and mist draped over the area so drive cautiously. temperatures are in
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pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. there's some minor flooding along the ocheyedan and little sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultural land may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1 overnight into early tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the donald trump and hillary clinton secure wins in south carolina and nevada respectively... while it's the end of the road for jeb bush. reporter dianne gallagher has more from two important decisions ... (donald trump)"nothing easy about running for president.. it's tough, it's nasty, it's mean, it's vicious... it's beautiful when you win, it's
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acknowledging it's hard to run for president, donald trump saw the huge payoff in south carolina saturday night. victory in the south for the republican frontrunner -- his win so commanding, he may have clinched every single delegate in the palmetto state. while on the democratic side... luck was a lady. hillary clinton thanking nevada for her much needed victory. (hillary clinton) "some may have doubted us but we never doubted each other.... butt to we are all in this together, we all have to do our part." opponent bernie sanders may have conceded nevada, and possibly next week's primary in south carolina, but don't count him out. (bernie sanders) "it is clear to me, and i think most observers, that the wind is on -- at our backs. we have the momentum." early momentum never sticking for jeb bush -- who in an suspended his failed to pick up iowa, new hampshire & south carolina. the fierce fight continuing for
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back-to-back wins rubio and ted cruz for the time being...but it's a long nominations are (donald trump) "let's win in nevada, let's have a big win in the sec, let's put this thing away..." lukas: failed to pick up iowa, new hampshire doanld trump positive things to after the suspension of his campaign. presidential candidate) "jeb wasn't his time, that's all. he's a very just wasn't his time." donald trump's sizele perfromance so far spells trouble for cruz and rubio. every republican candidate that hampshire and has gone on to nomination. lukas: received an endorsement the block member...donnie
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first in a statement... appearing with the g-o-p candidate at a north las vegas rally. the crowd he's never voted for a republican changed his mind. " (donnie wahlberg/singer/act that i'm very and i'm very proud to behind marco rubio. and i'm going to be very honest right now....i have never, republican presidential candidate. that is thanks to marco rubio." --butted with-- "i'ver heard someone say he's not quite judging by the debates, the poise he's shown, the character he's shown. everything than anyone else in the field by a mile." from wahlberg, a boston native, may come in handy as efforts to hang tough on "super tuesday"...a packed primary day
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many states, including massachusetts, will cast their votes. lukas and on the democratic side... clinton took nevada and it looks like she could leave her close rival bernie sanders behind ... clinton flew to houston right after the victory and held a huge rally at texas southern university. she emphasized how important this moment was for her presidential campaign and took time to thank her team. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) "it was hard fought and i just can't say enough about the team on the ground who'd been there for months and the thousands and thousands of volunteers who really got to work. we saw so much great activity the last week and it turned out to be more than enough and i'm really happy about that." next up-- the democrats head to south carolina for their first- in-the-south primary ... next saturday. lukas: fresh off that tight race in nevada... the two democratic presidential hopefuls are gearing up for their next contest: south
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frederika witfield took the pulse of the voters just days before the primary. "now it's the democrats' turn in south carolina, and among voters we talked to leading up to the gop primary vote here, the complications of choosing among the republican candidates, as varied as the candidates themselves. mos: "i'm definitely excited ad involved everything that's going on in the primary." (reporter/question): "so you made the decision about who you'll vote for? mos::"no not yet." mos: "definitely not trump." mos: "i want to protect the institution of traditional marriage, those are course, i want a strong economy and defense, of course." anxious to welcome hillary clinton, caucuses. this week's democratictown hall on cnn at the carolina in columbia sure to be intense. voters we met up overwhelmingly certain about their picks and why. mos:"i'm on the fence still, but i'll probably vote for
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(reporter/question): "why?" mos:" "i think fighting poverty has been one of the main focuses it's been in my heart for a long time and that's what i think of as a linchpin of his momentum." when the polling stations open for the democratic primaries on saturday, this trio of sanders supporters are banking on a clinton upset. mos/sanders supporter #1: "we are here kind of in support of bernie sanders and kind of taking a stance against donald trump, i'm a big fan of immigration and everybody should support immigrants and shou welcome syrian refugees because that's the right thing to do." mos/sanders supporter #2: "bernie cares about bringing the middle class back, he cares about women, he cares about students, all these groups that no one has paid attention to or cared about before." this couple is backing clinton in the primary, even if it means upsetting family traditions in this mostly conservative palmetto state. (mos/clinton supporter): "i'll
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(reporter/question): "but your family is republican?" (mos/clinton supporter #1): "my family is republican." (reporter/question): "so has that created any consternation, any interesting family dinner dialogues, family gathering dialogues." (mos/clinton supporter #1): "we tend to stay away from political talk at dinners and that sort of thing." (mos/clinton supporter #2): "we have confirmed that they are not trump supporters." lukas: and as the two democrats battle for the minority vote... sanders is getting the backing from actor danny glover. glover introduced the vermont senator at his rally in south carolina. here is what the actor had to say. "( danny glover/actor) we have a statesman, we have a public servant who has been all his life - from the mayor, to congress, to senate, he's been there - working. it's not about the time you spent it's about the substance you make out of that time you spent (cheers) . it's the substance, and everytime...whether it's against those who profit from our work, bernie has been there. and looking ahead to south
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currently trails clinton 33 percent to 57 in the latest polls. lukas: the theatre director at northeast community college has received a big honor. here's paul hughes with more. "the director of theatre at northeast community college has beenelected to serve as a respondent for the kennedy center american college theater festival later this month. adam peterson will travel to omaha to observe creighton university's production of "tom jones," and offer feedback on acting, direction, lights, sounds and other aspects of production. two double murders in omaha in the past few weeks have been linked to domestic domestic violence advocates are urging those in relationships to be safe. linda olson, executive director norfolk, o'neill and and her staff talk with victims about safety planning, evaluate their support. heart parish has announced the minister. benedictine sister fideles marie will guide, direct and support the various teen-related ministry teams. she'll begin her new job on june 1st. those and more stories can be heard
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kix. " lukas: coming up in sports...the south dakota men are fighting for a spot in the summit league tournament with three games to play. stay tuned for highlights from their game with denver. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast...
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after 30-plus seasons, the dakotadome hosted its final weekend of games as the coyotes will play in a shiny new arena next season. alex walker brings us the last hooray from u-s-d good morning. the south dakota men have a losing record, but they're above .500 at the dakotadome. on their home court, the coyotes are 6- 5....yesterday, they hosted denver in their home finale. both teams fighting for a spot in the summit league tournament...the top eight make the cut... opening half.....trey norris spots up and
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points for the coyotes... and what's a u-s-d highlight without a tyler flack slam! the junior nearly had a double-double...10 points. 9 boards... d.j. davis led the yotes with 14.......this dakota rally. but it wasn't enough... usd falls 76-71....they will more e an likely have to win one of games to make the in saturday's home finale, the south dakota ladies beat sdsu...completing the season sweep . that win was their final game at the dakotadome....unless the 'yotes host a tournament. out the right way.....with their 13th straight win. senior nicole seekamp notched her ninth career double-double....the final home chapter in her storied career in vermillion. with the win, the coyotes are in sole possession of first place in the summit league with two games to play. amy williams also became the second- winningest coach in school history with her 86th victory. what a day for the program. just really proud of this team and we relied really heaviliy on the experience that we had on our roster today to pull out a win. we did really bad want to find a way to close out the dome with a win just proud of the way we found a way to close it out
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what we wanted. and now we are just going to learn what our mistakes were in we will focus on the next one as just another game." south dakota wraps up the regular with road trips to fort wayne and i-u- p-u-i. down in lincoln...nebraska bad news for the huskers..starting out for the season with a knee injury and rachel theriot listed as day to day with a nagging foot injury so the huskers started a patchwork lineup and its natalie romeo with a 3...she had 15.. == allie havers with a good day she takes the feed from jess shepard havers had 12 points == and anya kalenta had a good day too she had 13 points on the day == but jess shepard struggled... only 2 points today.. 5 boards the huskers fall 68- 50 thats it for sports. have a great rest of your morning. lukas: scott: it's time now to check on your
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scott: good morning siouxland. let's get a check of conditions outside on the port neal welding company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we have some fog and mist draped over the area so drive cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have a pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. . there's some minor flooding along the ocheyedan and litttt sioux rivers. be aware that some adcent agricultural land may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1 overnight into early tuesday and another on wednesday models may be recalled if safety changes aren't made. reena ninan and kendis gibson have
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organ ... the more important it is to keep it safe and healthy ... especially after a cardiac event such as a stroke or heart attack. a local program at mercy medical center is doing just that ... but it's much more than just working out and givi advice ... it's also a place to come together ... take a look nats: instruction: "shall we go ahead and get started" vo: getting started isn't always easy ... especially if it involves exercise ... if you are then talking about physical acitivity ter you have been dealing with a serious heart condition ... it almost seems impossible. sot: "i was very hesitant, terrified ... i thought exercisingwould cause me ananher heart attata." nats: explaining walking ... well ...&jerry found out that that's not the case ... he is part
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center's cardiac rehab program ... designed to integrate patients back into their regular level of fitness after a significant cardiac event ... it's a three phase program ... starting often times when patients are still in the hospital. sot: "you have to set expectations for the patientstso that they know they won't be getting righghout of the hospital to get back to what they were doing before they had their cardiac event." vo: with phase two ... the exercise begins ... it's all monitored and center around cardiovescular fitness including education on how to adjust their lifestyles. the third part is then maintaining the fitness and going through a routine ... promoting one thing ... prevention... sot: "this training that we are putting them trhough, the exercise that we are doing is actually reduce the risof reoocuing events. the education and the exercise part as well work hand in glove." vo: jerry has been part of the program for
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workout routine into his daily life simply because it helps him to be and stay active. sot: "if i didn't come here i wouldn't do i wouldn't do it at home ... it's such a part of my life now it's just automatic that i come here." vo: 18 sessions or six weeks ... that's how long the program runs ... typically because that's the timeframe the heart needs to heal ... tricia has been a nurse ininlved in cardiaiacare for the past 20 years ... she runs part of the program that sets itself art because paents are constantly monitored ... the most important part however? sot: "i talk about what a difference exercise makes i can see it in our clients ..there are some that are 90 years old still coming and exercising 3 times a week." lukas scott: lukas and scott are chatting about the weather. lukas and scott are chatting about the weather. lukas and scsct are chatting a aut the weather. lukas and scott are chatting about the weather. scott:we have a lukas and scott are
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lukas and scott are chatting about the weather. tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies andsome fog and mist.t. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. lukas tuesday and another on wednesday evening. tempererures are going g stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for his. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy
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tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. lukas scott: adlib lukas: " coming up in our six o'clock hour... the sandy hook
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happened over three years ago... and now... the parents of the victims are to court. i'll have more on this story...
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and mist draped over the area so drive cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have a pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the dayplanner shows off a high in the lower 40s. lukas scott: cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 mileper hour. the dayplanner shows
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lukas cautiously. the 30s throughout the region. we have a between 5 and 10 dayplanner shows lower 40s. lukas scott: thanks scott lukas service... uber kalamazoo, michigan shooting suspect worked for the company. uber released a statement saying the 45-year-old had passed a background check. but the e mpany did not address reports saying-- dalton picked up fares in between shooting incidents. kalamazoo public safety said they are investigating those reports. at least e eht people were shot-- saturday night-- in three locations in kalamazoo. six of the victims were killed. lukas: bill cosby's wife camille is scheduled to give her deposition in a

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