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for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. temperatures, not bad this morning, to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s " coming up on abc9 news this morning... sioux city's catholic diocese s announced major changes ... details are up ahead. " also... i'll tell you about this preist's efforts to bring young people to faith. " plus... all the latest on an emotional day in court... from the fazzino murder trial. these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" lukas:
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joining us on this friday morning... i'm lukas voss. the sioux city catholic diocese is planning major changes for siouxland parishioners... dozens of churches will no longer host sunday mass. it's in response to a decline in people heading to church on sundays... and fewer priests trying to take care of more churches. abc9 news anchor jenna rehnstrom has more about the potential impact. father lingle says, "simply put, we have too many sunday masses in too many places that are too sparcly attended." father brent lingle tells me leading up to thursday's announcement, he's been praying for peace for the diocese he serves. but, he knows changes are neccessary to navigate the decreasing number of prits and also declining numbers of people they're serving. father lingle, "i look at my brother priests who are facing retirement age and i know they work hard and i know we're spending more time in our cars than we are doing ministry, so i'm
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about the process because as we look forward, i think it's going to revitalize priests." vibrant future has catholic diocese to formulate a proposal they're 2025." in the next nine years, the diocese expects to have 31 available priests... to 60 today. in an effort to serve the people and not burn out clergy, the diocese is proposing the consolidation of sioux city's 108 parishes to 67. in sioux city, no churches will close. here's a look at the four propsed sioux heart, holy cross, which would include blessed sacrament and st. michael, the cathedral, including st. boniface and st. joseph, and mater dei, which would include immaculate nativity. using mater dei as an example, both would with the same priest clergy serving both but, in the rural areas of the diocese, things different, with 40 parishes being oratory status. would d t longer be available for wedding and
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father lingle hopes that will give priests more time with the congregations they serve... and also keep churches full. father lingle says, "if you look at the millenial generation, they're not interested in walking into a church with empty pews. if they walklk into a parish and you see life, you see vibrant literagies, you see parish programs, they're more likely to connect themselves with that parish and be part of it." still he knows this will be hard, especially for some communities built around the church. father brent lingle,e, director of pastoral planning, says, "i know it's not going to be easy for everyone to accept everything in that proposal, but i think if we look at it as people of faith and understand that our main priority is our relationship with christ and the plan would take effect as early as
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you cacasee the maps of the rural churches that would be moved to oratory on our website. matters dot com. lukas: part of the problem is the priest shortage. only nine priests have been ordained in the sioux city diocese in the last decade. very simply... more clergy are retiring than joining the profession. but ...the young clergy in the diocese have high hopes for the future. abc9 news reporter bria bell has more "i love being a priest. i love being a priest. would not trade one e day of the priesthood for the whole world," says father behm. father patrick behm is the exception to the rule. as we learned with todaysannouncement,. fewer and fewer young men are joining the preisthood. "first of all it's a calling. the priest hood isn't a job. i didi't wake up one y and say, 'well i want to become a priest, or a doctor, or a lawyer,' says father behm. faer behm is in his mid 30's which is relatively young for
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but it's that youthfull connection as a preist and teacher that is helping this parrish stay stable. "i like movies, i like sports, i'm a big baseball fan. it always amazes my students when i go lift weights with them that i have the same music on my phone that they have on theirs," says father behm. late last year he was one of 56 catholics from the diocese to attend the world meeting of families... guiding several students on a pilgrimage to see pope francis in philadelphia. but as the numbers of those attending mass decline, father behm says attempting to connnnt with all members of the church in important even though everyone is at different stages in their lives. "i've just taken it as my own mission and that's my call, first as a baptist christian, but then as a priest. my call is to share the gospel of jesus with everyone that i meet. so the message itself never changes, but the mode of how we share it does," says father behm. as the catholic landscape in siouxland continues to change, finding new ways to fifi the pews will remain important.... but in
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says it all comes back to a relationshiop with god. "whatever god is calling you to do, answer that call. . 's a beautiful gift and i said, i wouldn't trade one day of this for the whole world," says father behm. lukas: since 2008 sioux city's mass attendance has lowered by about 30 perecent lukas: and now to the latest on the controversial transgender bathroom bill. all eyes in south dakota are pointed at the governor's desk. a bill waiting for dennis daugaard's signaturwould make south dakota the first state to pass a law requiring students to use locker rooms and restrooms based on their sex at birth... not the gender they identify with. governor daugaard says he's making sure to take his time considering the controversial bill. . "i would say i try to take information where i can get it. i'm certainly most interested in what south dakotans think. if someone outside of south dakota can give me solid information." daugaard s ss he
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he'll veto or sign the bill if the governor does neither ...the bill will become law without his signature " when we come back... i'll tell you how to protect yourself from this device... that mht cash in on your credit card ... the crime beat is up next. scsct: we'll have... fantastic friday, near record warmth, and windy snow chances... next. "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... lukas voss... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. " "" scott:
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don't drown. temperatures, not bad this mning, above nonoal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, oler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesdada lukas scott: the sioux city says they've recoverd a "skimming" device grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes
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rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. grove. turn around don't drown. teeratures, not bad th morning, above normal. temps get warm the next two dayay near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tutuday. grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again
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another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. lukas grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds guguing to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. lukas scott: lukas: the sioux city police department says they'y' recoverd a "skimming" device from a local gas pump. the cubby's gas street is where the "skimmer" " s
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been removed but police are warning anyone who's used the "pay at the pump" feature recently at any gas station to montior credit card or bank statements for fraudulent activity. and if you're not quite sure what a "skimmer" looks like. well they're easy to confuse with a normal credit card swiping machine because they're made to look like a normal point of s ses system. you should report any suspicious activity involving card readers whether at the pump or an atm. lukas: a 30-yeaeaold transient man has been arrested for climbing up a fire escape to commit burglary and assault. authorties say adonis bess climbed up the fire escape of a 5-plex in the 14- hundred block of summit street in sioux city. he's accused of breaking out a bedroom window screen of an apartment. bess allegedly grabbed a few items and then told twowoeople in the room he would return them in exchnage for cash. when they refused bess hit the victim several times. bess is currently charged with 2nd degree burglary, 4th degree theft, simple assault and possession of drug
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he's being held in the woodbury county jail on a $50,000 bond. lukas and now to the latest on the fazzino murder trial.l. it was an emotional day as family members took the standnd to give their side of the story of emily fazzino. the prosecution witnesses to the the first time emily fazzino's family- her sister, brother in law testified emily's sister ammie dighton... started the day testifying about the couples rough relationship. dighton told prosecutioioemily doesnt believe that she had a drug issue. jeff dighton- emilys brother in law - told prosecution he helped the kids the night of emilys death- and the only thing alex fazzino said to him was quote "i never touched her" " kissed her, where was alex fazzino when you went to emiyl, he was running downstairs.
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continued with an hour and half long video of fazzino being interviewed by dci and police the night of emilys death. here is what fazzino had to say ... " i went upstairs to see what happened and the world ended. it's really not my wife that did it. its the addiction zou know... its e addiction" :17 the testimony ended early and the world ended. it's really not my wife that did it. its the addiction you know... its the addiction" :17 the testimony ended early yesterday... so attorneys could debate whether or notot emilys father isis healthy enough to take the stand or be in the court room. he may not be fit to stand trial due to heart issues ... however, more prosecutionwitne sses are set to testify today... including multiple doctors. stay tuned to abab news this morning as we continue to follow the trial. lukas: a council bluffs man who tried to to rob a sioux city
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24-year-old joseph is facing felony burglary and for following a woman who they knew was a bank manager, to her home and trying open the vault. separate incident a band-aid was left behind which allowed authorities to connect the dna to the sioux city case. lank right is being held on a $100,000 bond. lukas: a man has been apprehended after escaping from a work release facility. 26 year old jacob michael petty went missing was placed on escape status after failing to out patient program. petty was second degree robbery and sentenced to 1 1 2008. transfered to work release in october of 2015. lukas jason dalton's up to that deadly rampage in week. attorney is
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news.... saying uber driver jason dalton's wife and parents are e ocked and offered sympathy to the victims dalton, a married father of two, began driving for uber just two weeks before the shootings. he's now in jail--facing six counts of murder--and his motive remains a mystery "jason by all accounts was a fairly gregarious character. a good father. well known in the community. well liked. there was nothing to indicate that something like this would occur." dalton's wife says she did sense a change in the days prior to the attack. the attorney denied reports that the family was having financial troubles at the time of dalton's arrest and is stressing the family is desperate to learn why this happened. " lukas: coming up..... facebook hasadded a number of new features you might be seeing on your news feed. i'll tell you all about the new options... after the break..
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competition. facebook announced they were expanding its users' ability to react to something on their news feeds. here's abc's david wright with more. "facebook has long acknowledged the limitations of "ke"? nats mark zuckerberg:1:40 there are more sentiments that people want to express than just positivity or that they like something. so as of today, there's more ways to react take that new game of thrones parody currently making the rounds? natsot the greatest builder is me. and i would build the greatest wall you ve ever seen! ? winter is trumping! ! it was orignally produced for the australian broadcasting corporation. well, instead of thumbs up, you could now give it a love. or a wow. or haha. or even sad or angry. natsot i don't think they like me very much. a feature that advertisers like chevy are already looking to exploit! natsot introducing the all new chevrolet malibu. start loving! so far love is the
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what's not to like about that? dw a a ny lukas: elisa: lukas and elisa are chatting about facebook's new features. lukas and elisa are chatting about facebook's new features. lukas and elisa are chatting about facebook's new features. lukas and elisa are chatting about facebook's new fefeures. scott: flood warning in effect for the little features. lukas and elisa are chatting about facebook's new features. lukas and elisa are chatting about facebook's new features. lukas and elisa are chatting about facebook's new don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday,
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winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front t mes through tuesday. scott: here's a quick chekc outside on one of our iowa don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'llllant to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... riverside blvd. and on w. 19th street. so again... mind that speed. " " lukas: still to come... this year's swimming with the sharks winner was announced last night. stay tuned to find out which project walked away with
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that already has 8 million dollars in state support. the iowa economic development authority is looking to re distribute funds awarded to a davenport project after the development was shut down. now the i-e-d-a is giving other participants including sioux city a second chance to gain additional funding. sioux city's economic director marty dougherty says dollar project downtown scene "they kind of work nicely in a district, i wish the district was bigger, we're trying to fit everything in there, it's kinda tight, um it's really an opportunity for the community to tap into state resources as we have in the like the tyson event center or the orpheum, thahahave been of lasting value." a new application for the city's development will be presented to the state board for approval at
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lukas: seven finalists made their best pitches last night for a chance to win a 4 thousand dollar grant. the contest called "swimming with the sharks" was part the week long "entrepalooza". seven local businesses were selected for the opportunity to go swimming and tell the judges about their business and why they would like the money. finalists were given 5 minunus to present ananthen 5 minutes to answer questions the judges my have. " the question and answers they had alot of good questions.nd it's hard cause are business is a little esoteric, alot of people don't know the inneneworkings of theheonstruction ininstry and these guys every single judge seemed to get it and be able to ask poignant questions." says finalist geoffrey arnold. lien wavers an app based startup was announced as the winner of the 25 hundred dollar grand prize and flickboards, a game we featured last week got second place. lukas: over 17- hundred women will gather at sioux city's convention center in early
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coming up on thursday... april 7th... mercy medical center is hosting its 15th annual women's night out event. its the largest nual event for women in the siouxland region, the fun begins at 4 and includes shopping and free health screenings. there's a meal included, door prizes and entertainment. tickets are now on sale and are $40 for the full evening. you can get tickets at the tyson box office or by going online to visit sioux city dot o-r-g " lukas: coming up.... last night marked the final g-o-p debate before super tuesday and donald trump took center stage again ... i'll bring g u a recap...after the break. scott: fantastic friday, near record warmth, but more snow chances.. next. " "
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flood warning ingrove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, , above normal. temps
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next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two dayay near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes temperatures, not above normal. mps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before windier front comes flood warning in sioux river at linn don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near
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tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday,cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. flood warning in effect for the little sioux river at linn gre. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to getarm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. flood warning in effect for the little sioux river at linn grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, oler temps, light rara, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes
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flood warning in effect for the little sioux river at linn grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! thenen cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before anotr, stronger windier front comes
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sioux river at linn grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, to get warm the 50 today, low 60s cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light quinnipiac poll released... and it looks like florida senator marco rubio is getting "trumped" in his own state. donald trump is netting more approval from likely republican florida primary goers than both marco rubio and ted cruz combined. john kaisich and ben carson round out the bottom of the candidates...fielding less than ten percent each. lukas: and the final gop debate before super tuesday took place last night... and the remaining candidates delivered blowow after blow at trump. reporter mary moloney has the highlights from the big night. "ted cruz -- opened the gop debate at ease in his home state.
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candidate): "welcome to texas." initiaiay the candidates played ( presidential donald, ted, john, we will not decide any of these problems if we destroy each other." john kasich/ (r) presidential candidate): "america is an amazing country where a kid to run for president cruz -- john kasich -- ben carson -- and marco rubio have one goal - stop donald trump ( marco rubio/ (r) presidential candidate): "you are the only person on this stage that's ever been fined for hiring people to work on your projects illegally. you hired some..." (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate): "i'm the only one on this stage that's hired people, you haven't hired anybody." (cheers) at one point -- rubio turned the tables on trump and clearly starard to have fun ( nald trump/ (r) presidential candidate): "you'll have many different plans. you'll have competition. you'll haha so many different plans." (marco rubio/ (r) presidential candidate): "now he's repeating himself." (cheers) (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate): "i don't repeat myself." (marco rubio/ (r) presidential candidate): "you repeat yourself everyday." (cheers) (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate): "i watched him repeat himself 5 times four weeks ago." (marco rubio/ (r)
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repeat yourself five times four seconds ago." (cheers) cruz took his own punch at trump. (ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate): "this is another issue that donald and i have sharp disagreements." but trump -- isn't't taking the shots lightly. (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate): "if you're ing about the polls, i'm beating him awfully badly..." (sen. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate): "but you're not beating hillary." (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate): "hey, if i can't beat her, questions about whether he and donald trump can actually work together, if trump gets the g-o-p presidential nomination. the two are not on the same page on a range of policy issues. ryan has a long history of promoting freetrade... and trump has railed on the latest trans- pacific partnership agreement. trump also recently blamed ryan for the party's loss in the 2012 election.. because of his proposals to overhaul medicare. still ryan stad clear of criticizing trump. "i do bebeeve that we will be able to unify as a party and i believe whoever our nominee is going to be, we'll be able to find a way to make a unified front work.
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our own ideas. that's what we do. we're not-- we're republicans. we all have individual ideas and we gravitate from the same principles and we'll be applying those principles and offering people a choice." ryan stressed that he and house republicans would continue to craft a policy agenda for the republican presidential caidate to pick up once the primary process was over ... not knowing however if trump would go along lukas: and on the democratic side of the race... the south carolina primary is just a day away... and hillary clinton is getting support from her husband in the palmetto stata. reporter jeff zeleny has the latest on the battle between clinton and sanders. " not one clinton, (nat sound) but two (nat sound) fanning out across south carolina today. working for a big win in saturday's primary, hoping to wrap up the fight with bernie sanders. firing up democrats, clinton called out republicans for trying to repeal obamacare. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "every one of those republican presidential candidates, they have insurance. and it takes a lot of gall for them to say, 'well, we don't need that affordable care act." she also warned that sanders' health care-for-all plan
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signature acevement. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "we can't go back and throw our country into a contentious debate, which is what my esteemed oonent senator sanders has proposed." sanders couldn't hear the criricism. he was rallying supporters in ohio. ( sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "ohio, as you all know, is one of the important political states in this country. you are having a primary here on march 15th. with your help we can win this primary." he also visited michigan, appearing at a community forum in flint for residents contending with the city's poisonous drinking water. (sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "if we are looking at children being poisoned, and perhaps suffering irreversible brain damage, if that is not an emergency, i just don't know what an emergency is." it's a sign sanders is looking ahead to march, when a large share of the party's delegates will be awarded. (nat sound) the clintons are taking it one state at a time. the former president urged democrats to look beyond any criticism the primary has stirred up about his wife.
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"you can't pay any attention to all these terrible things they say about her now. they just don't want to run against her. they're scared." she came face-to- face with controversy at a south carolina fundraiser wednesday night. black lives matter activist ashley williams asked clinton to apologize for the high incarceration rate for black americans. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "we've got somebody saying here, we have to bring them to heal?" (ashley williams/activist) "we want you apologize to black people for mass incarceration." (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "okay, we'll talk about it." (ashley williams/activist) "i am not a super predator, hillary clinton." it was a reference to this speech clinn gave as first lady. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "they are not just gangs of kids anymore. they are often the kinds of kids that are called super predators, no conscience, no empathy. we can talk about why they ended up that way but first we have to bring them to heal."
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the 1994 crime bill and talks about ending systematic racism and the era of mass incarceration. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "we've got work to do to help more people to be able to knock down those barriers. and that includes taking on systemic racism, which is still a problem in america. it includes reforming the criminal justice system. it includes providing alternatives to jail and prison." lukas: just days after news broke nevada governor brian sandoval was being considered to replace late supreme court justice antonin scalia.... sandoval says he's not interested. in a statement... sandoval said he notified the white house that he does not wish to be considered at this time. he says he also expressed the same to senators harry reid, dean heller and mitch mcconnell. on wednesday...reid suggested sandoval as a potential nominee and a source hadconfirmed to cnn that the white house was vetting sandoval lukas: new uniforms will be purchased for band members in the norfolk public school district. susan risinger tells us how much they will cost. " the norfolk public school board has voted to purchase new band uniforms
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that are older than many of the current band members. at thursday's meeting, the board voted unanimously to purchase 180 uniforms at a cost of about $87,000. the annual discover lutheran high northeast night will be held tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. at the school on north 37th street in norfolk. principal greg rathke says those attending will get a tour of the school and receive pre-registration materials. the forecast for tomorrow is warm and sunny - and that makes lawn and garden people itchy to get outside to start spring work. burt county extension educator john wilson says you can trim back perennials and replenish mulch at this time, but it is too early to power rake or apply fertilizer. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " lukas: long before he was running the white house-- president obama was working the counter behind baskin-robbins. the president posted about his first summer job on linked-in... a business- focused social networking site. he also
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program to help young people experience their first jobs. the summer opportunity project brings together community leaders, non- profits and private businesses to increase summer programs. the obama administration also plans to put in place new federal actions to support strong summer programs including a new summer opportunity americorps program. lukas: coming up inorts...south sioux already has a state tournament berth locked up, but a win would give the cardinals the top seed. highlights from the minidome up ahead. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast... fantastic friday, near record warmth, windy snow
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keep getting closer and closer to state tournaments. here's chris with all the postseason action from last night. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. there wasn't a ton of drama last night for the top-ranked south sioux city girls. the cardinals had already clinched a spot in lincoln but with a win over northeast, south sioux would lock up
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for the cardinals over the rockets at the half. and it's northeast that comes out gunning...mariah cates...knocks down the three pointer and the rockets take a 37-33 lead. but that just makes the cardinals angry...they save the looseball and mckenna sims cashes in the three pointer to get within two. then the press does its magic...sims...johnny on the spot for the steal...she takes it in for the easy layup to tie things up at 40. under a minute to play in the quarter...sims...again with the steal...she gives it off to augusta thramer for the three point play...cards up 5, and they dont' look back, they win it 69-57. 3a district final between heelan and moc-floyd valley. dutch jumped out to a 7-2 lead but back come the crusaders, jack boever knocks down the three to take the lead. then on the other end, levi jansen, with the pump fake and the jumper to tie things back up. but heelan kept it close early. collin kasperbauer with the steal, he takes it coast to coast for the lay in. but the dutch a little too strong...christian korver knocks down the three, they move on 77-59. down to 1a...a district final
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o'brien over at west. wolverines up 8 in the first...peyton brasser with the nifty dish to karter rohrbaugh for the lay in. then damon struve, gets the ball right back and hits the trifecta...all of a sudden that south o'brien lead is up to 13. late in the quarter...brian haden beats the buzzer...17-2 wolverines after one, they advance to substate, 58-33. for all the highlights and scores from last night head to our website, siouxland matters dot com. have a great weekend everybody. lukas: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: flood warning in effect for the little sioux river at linn grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s for all the highlights and scores from last night head to our website, siouxland matters dot com. have a great weekend everybody. scott: it's time now to forecast... scott:
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sioux river at linn grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. lukas: temperatures, not bad this morning, to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. lukas: thanks elisa... a retail favorite is closing its doors don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, country. reena ninan and
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good morning. topping "america's money" -- more trouble for major retailer. >> kohl's is the latest to announce closures. 18 sthoers now that sales are down 20%. >> the list of stores to be closed will be reveale next month. employees will be offered work in other kohl's stores. volkswagen has a deadline to say whether it's found an emissions fix that is acceptable to u.s. regulators. a federal judge saying out. the scandal affects 600,0 diesel vehicles. and this one's for reena. by is going vegetarian next monday on leap day. >> the first ever vegetarian menu. no-meat alternatives to all of itss meetty sandwiches. >> the regular version will be available as well.
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apple had hoped for. apple hasn't its watch sales... but according to a new report firm i-d-c, apple shipped about four-point-one smart watches three months of 2015. tim cook told analysts they were convinced the watch would be one of the top gifts s the holiday.the apple watch comes in three models. the cheapest -- the apple watch sport -- costs 349 dollars. comment on the i- d-c report. lukas: it's not nice to bully a robot... especially a new getting rave reviews for its s abilities. reporter jeanne moos has more on why it had to get poked, shoved and teased - to show off those abilities. "it's a wow moment... for robot fans. an
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version of the atlas robot is unveiled... and what steals the limelight? robot abuse. ( trevor noah, host, the daily show) "but it's interesting that america's building robots that people can bully." (trevor noah, host, the daily show) "in 100 years that scene is going to be in the robot version of roots, you understand this." and it's not just physical, but mental torture. by hockey stick. taunted and teased...this afafr doing such a nice job of lifting boxes. take this job and shove it, i'm outta here. no wonder atlas fans visualized robot revenge scenarios. and this isn't the first time the highly regarded robot design company boston dynamics has mistreated one of its creations. (trevor noah, host, the daily show) "why do you "ahhhh" it's a robot?" (jeanne moos, new york) "actually there is a perfectly good reason for this robot abuse." when most robots fall down, they can't get back up. they often have to be
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but when the new atlas was forced to watch it get back on and though it the snow like loses its balance on the unen terrain. that's a very big deal. even if one commenter noted "looks like me coming home from the bar last night." (jeanne moos, new york) "lest you think the engineers are just brutal bullies lacking any sense of humor." this was last year's's christmas greeting from boston dynamics. even if their robots aren't laughing all the way. jeanne moos cnn new york lukas elisa: lukas and elisa are chatting about the atlas robot. lukas d elisa are
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atlas robot. lukas and elisa are chatting aboututhe atlas robot. lukas and elisa are chatting about the atlas robot. scott: lukas and elisa are chatting about the atlas robot. lukas and elisa are chatting about the atlas robot. lukas and elisa are chatting about the atlas robot. scott: flood warning in effect for the little sioux river at linn grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, abe normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a
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cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier front comes through tuesday. lukas adlib lukas: " cooler temps, light don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s tomorrow! then a cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger wiier front comes through tuesday. lukas scott: grove. turn around
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bad this morning, to get warm the 50 today, low 60s cold front com for us sunday, cooler temps, light " six o'clock hour... we'll continue our week long countdown to the oscarsrs. and bring you a preview of night.
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sioux river at linn grove. turn around don't drown. temperatures, not bad this morning, above normal. temps to get warm the next two days, near
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cold front comes for us sunday, rain, and breezy mph. warm again monday before another, stronger windier r ont comes throroh tuesday. lukas: temperatures, not bad this morning, to get warm the next two days, near 50 today, low 60s cold front comes for us sunday, cooler temps, light rain, and breezy winds gusting to 25 5 mph. warm again monday before another, stronger carpet for the oscars. and be sure to tune in sundayay starting at 5:30 p.m for oscar coverage right

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