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prudent to avoid the area. the head of russia's aviation agency says debris from the wreckage is spread ovevemore than six square miles. the plane's black boxes have beeee recovered, but so far have not been analyzed. don champion, cbs news. 3 3 russian officials hope to recover the bodies of all the victims over the next few days. the airline that owned the crashed plane has been ordered to ground and check out all of it's airbus a - 321's. 3 there were two house fires friday night in sioux city.firefighters were called to the first fire in the 2400
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before 11:30 friday night. a single story house was on fire. nobody was home... the house was severely damaged and was red tagged. 3 3 and another call went out less than five minutes later. firefighters were called to a house that was on fire in the 1400 block of center street... they were told one person was still inside. the house was completely on fire when crews got there. after the fire was partially extinguished firefighters went inside and found a man in the living room. we don't know what condition that man is in right now... both fires are still under investigation. 3 one of the founders of sioux city's gateway computers is dead. the body of mike hammond was found thursday morning at his home on sioux city's northside.hammond was 5353 years - old... his friends cacaed him hammmer. he met tedd waitt when they both worked for a des moines computer and software seller. waitt. and hammond came up with a plan to start a
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they set up in a vacant space on the waitt family cattle farm... thanks to 10 - thousand dollars put up by waitt's grandma. waitt once told the business week magazine that because of a non compete clause with their previous employer he and hammond operated under the fake names "max wheeler" and "ed zimmerman" when they were setting up "gateway 2 - thousand." they slept upstairs... a lot of times they had to wake up in the night to help unload cattle trucks. in 1988 they broke into the market with an innovative ad campaign that said "computers from iowow" that's when the phones started ringing. hammond served in quite a few jobs for the company that eventuall grew to more than 24 - thousand employees across the globe. before he met waitt.... hammond was a mechanic. after retiring from gateway he started his own business called dakota muscle in 2005... working wiwi assic cars. a visitation for mike hammond will be tuesday morning from 9 until
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11 at meyer brothers funeral home at stone park and hamilton. there'll be a funeral service after that at 11 a - m. 3 republicans from six northwest iowa counties got together friday night for a rally with four of the republicans running for president. almost one - thousand republicans heard from senator marco rubio... former hewlett packard c - e - o carly fiorina... governor chris christie... and former senator rick santorum at the g - o - p rally at northwestern college in orange city.rubio was the first speaker on stage... talking about few issues... like fixing tax reform... fully using our own energy resources... and dramatically revolutionizing our country's education system. he promised if he wins the election... he'll rebuild our military... foreign policy... and moral clarity. 3 "and i want america to lead the world in everything. in wind, in solar, in biofuels, in energy sufficiency. ion thth 21st century, we'll be a new american century. this is the opportunity before us and that's why i'm asking for you
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help, that's why i'm asking you to vote at the caucus for me next year.thank you and god bless 3 you."three of the four presidential candidates were also in siouxland saturday: carly fiorina was at the stoney creek conference centnt,,, chris christie was at j jters cafe... and rick santorum was part of congressman steve king's pheasant hunt in akron. marco rubio had an event in mason city in north - central iowa. 3 democratic candidate martin o'malley made a campaign stop in sioux city friday morning.the former maryland governor talked to a crowd of nearlyly00 people at morningside college. he's one of only three democratic candidates still hoping to make it to the white house. the audience asked him questions on everything from healthcare to police brutality. here's what he had to say about immigration... and donald trump. 3 "to donald trump, i think we need to stand together to that carnival barker, that
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immigrant basher donald trump. we need to stand up say thth the enduring smbol of our country isisot a barbed wire detention camps, it is the statue of 3 liberty." (16s)o'malley also stopped in denison and des moines friday. 3 data thieves used to put credit card skimmers on the outside of an a - t - m or a gas pump... but that's not how they do it anymore. last w wk we toto you about the card skimmers that were found at quite a few casey's convenience stores. and now... as reporter jason rantala shows us... we're learning more about the type of skimmers they're using. 3 (**take pkg**)officials with casey's general stores say 7 of their locations in iowa and nebraska, including this one in omaha, have fallen victim to skimming devices. criminals install the devices in gas pump card readers, while the skimmers copy data from your card to a duplicated version. the reason these devices are so hard to find -- it can be difficult if nooimpossible to detect a skimmer.jason r: is the crooks can break right into a pump and install the device inside, as they did at the casey's locations. the gas pump skimmers, the consumer will never see them. ason r: secret service agent john gutsmiedl says criminals will open a gas pump and plug in a skimmer like this one, which then records card numbers. it only takes about 10 or 15 seconds for them to actually place this device on and close
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the door back up. jason r: greenwood says there are a few ways to protect yourself, like using cash. but that's not realistic for many people anymore. jason r: he suggests using a credit card instead of a debit card. if you use a credit card, you get more protections as a consumer. if you use a debit card and use the pin, they're pulling money out of your account t st like it's cash. jason r: ananif you need to use a debit card, do nonouse the pin. use it as a credit card type transaction, and the bad guy doesn't get your pin. 33 one of the besesways to protect yourself is to keep an eye on your statements to see
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if anyone's been using your credit card. 3 a nasa astronaut is making history in outer space.scott kelly spent his 216 - th consecutive day in space thursday. that's the single - longest mission ever completed by an american asasonaut. michael lopez - alegria spent 215 days in space back in 2007. kelly and a russian astronaut are spending a full year on the international space station to conduct research on long - duration spaceflight.kelly will come back to earth next march... falling *just* short of the world record for most continuous days in space. a russian astronaut spspt more than 400 days in space two decades ago. 3 3 3 3
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3 3 coming up this morning on siouxland news at sunrise... a handful of special forces troops are on their way to syria. we'll show you why some folks think that more american troops will follow.
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3 3 big chchges are in store for siouxland this week.the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures close to 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chance that overnight thursday into friday could see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front surges into siouxland.we will clear out just in time for the
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still 3 hover near 50. 3 3 3 3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... we've had a day to sleep off the sugar coma. did you see any good costumes this weekend?3 3 robo - calls could start ringing on your cellphone. brian webb is in new york with your c - b - s moneywatch. 3 robo-calls could soon be coming to cell phones.a provision in the federal budget would permit auto- dialed debt collection calls and texts on cell phones.but only on debt owned or guaranteed by the federal
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loans, rtgages and taxes.on wall street - stocks took a dip friday the dow fell 92 points.the nasdaq fell 20.a new form of crowdfunding is coming to main street, after an sec ruling.starting next year, startups will be able to offer investors a piece of their company by legally selling stocks online.for investors, it's a ahance to get in early on the next twitter or uber.but these type of startup investments often come with high risk.companies that make diapers, baby strollers and infant formula are getting a big boost on china's stock market after the government scrapped its one-child policy. communist leaders recently announced married couples can now have two children. on the flip side, stococ took a dive e r a popular birth control manufacturer.and that's your money watch report.for more log onto cbsmoneywatch.comin new york, i'm brian webb. 3 3 the white house and the pentagon announced about 50 u
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- s special operations forces will spend up to 60 days at a time in the headquarters of u - s backed fightersrsn syria. reporter david martin shows us the latest in the fight against isis. 3
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3 3 a powerful cyclone is heading toward yemen and oman. "chapala" is showing some signs of weakening... but 's still a *category three* storm... wiwi sustained winds of about 135 miles per hour. heavy rains and flooding are expected when it hits land... which should happen late today or early tomorrow. 3 3 romanian police are investigating a deadly nightclub fire in bucharest friday night. at least 27 people were killed and more than 160 were hurt when the fire broke out in the crowded club. the romanian president says there are signs safety regulations were oken. 3 3 after the break on siouxland news at sunrise... rescue crews off the coast of california freed a humpback whale from a fishing net. we'll show you why more and more whales are being trapped.
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3 3 big changes are in store for siouxland this week.the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures close to 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chance that overnight thursday into friday could see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front susues into siouxland.weweill
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still 3 hover near 50. 3 rescue crews off the southern california coast have partially freed a huge whale that was tangleleup in a fishing line. as c - b - s news correspondent (meer - e - uh) mireya (vee - uh - ree - all) villarreal shows us... it's a big problem... these huge mammals are being found more frequently close to shore. 3 ======((pkg))==========(nats - noaa video up-close and underwater of entanglement) reached this humpback whale... more than 40 feet long and pounds...it was dragging two long lines of rope stuck in its mouth and trailing past it's tail (sot keith very risky and somewhat dangerous procedure."(newport beach stringer video)(narr) ) part of the rescue crew which first tried to free the whale on friday but it swam more than 80 miles before crews spotted it again near san diego. (sot - keith yip, curator, seaworld - showing the rope that was cut)yip: "this animal had this in tow even as a team up and cut 100 feet of line off."(narr) watching tours, and also assisted in the rescue.(sot - russell moore, xplore offshore) moore: "similar to a way a fisherman would pull in a big whale and close enough to remove line off animal. //
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this whale knew we were there to help and let us cut it free."(nats- video from oct. 26)(narr) rescuers also freed another whale last week. but two other recent attempts failed. (gfx with numbers) since january, been at least 50 whales caught up in off the california coast. the food they prey on is drawn to these waters because of warmer ocean temperatures... a result of el nino. (drop gfx) and when the whales get here.....(sot - keith yip,p,eaworld)yip: here is all sorts of different entanglement on cam some with gilled nets, some with long lines, you got hooks all over and its just really a danger."(nats - back to noaa video from saturday)(narr)one scientist tells cbs news the outlook for this humpback is "guarded". part of the line may still be trapped in its mouth. but at least, he says, the whale now has a much better chance, of survival. mireya villarreal cbs news
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3 3 still to come this morning... game five of the world series needed extra innings last night. we'll show you if the royals could win their first title in 30 years. you're watching siouxland news sunrise.
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3 good morning evevryone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 big changes are in store for siouxland this week.the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures close to 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chance that overnight thursday into friday could see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front rges into siouxland.we will clclr out just in time for the
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still hover near 50.3 3 the kansas city royals are major league baseball's 20 - 15 world series champions. the new york mets fell apart in extra innings last night. c - b - s news correspondent kenneth craig is in citi field in new york. 3 (pkg)(nats announcer ) "the kc royals 2015 world champions" the kansas city royals defeated the new york mets 7 to 2 to clinch the world series championship at citi field.a homerun by curtis granderson right off the bat gave the mets hope.(nats announcer)"that's in the center good"but game 5 caca down to a pitcher's dual ----- matt harvey against edison volquez and the bullpens. (nats announcer) " "sty pitches from volquez"the royals bats came alive in the top of the 9th inning -- off of a rbi double and never looked back.(nats announcer ) into the gap in left center" bridge: kansas city baseball fans have waited 30 years for this moment. (sot rushabh doshi/royals fan)there's some part of me that wanted to go back to kc, but we'll take it here. a sea of blue and white filled the streets in kansas city to celebrate the royals' vivictory. as for the amazins' and their die-hards, there's always next year.(sot ayton eler, mets fan)made some bad decisions in the 9th inning. the sports commentators will analyze it for months.kenneth craig, cbs news, queens, new york. 3 a ticker tape parade is set for tuesday in kansas city. royals catcher salvador catcher royals kansas city.
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3 york. queens, new 3 york. 3 a ticker tape parade is set for tuesday in kansas city. royals catcherersalvador perez was s named m - v - p of the world series. 3 sioux city schools are launching a new initiative to help low - income students get into college.it's called "bright futures"... and it's part of a nation - wide group
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launched in 2010. the district held a kick-off breakfast for the initiative friday morning at the convention center. bright futures lets the school district serve as a go - between for community organizations and needy students... and the program uses social media to connect families with groups that can help them. 3 "facebook is huge, so we would, so the school district would maybe would put that need out on facebook. and then having the goal of several people and see that and hopefully being able to feel the need 3 that way. ."sioux city is the first district in iowa to have a "bright futures" chapter. 3 the mental health organization of siouxland is getting ready for this year's 11th annual siouxland sleep - out.about 200 volunteers will be at lewis and clark field this friday to talk about funding for homeless shelters and supportive service providers. everyone's invited... but not *required* to spend the night on the field in boxes or tents. there will be a soup line... fire pits... and musical entertainment... along with a "best shelter" contest and a silent auction.
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organizers say the money raised by the event goes to help *local* people. you can register for you can register for this friday's event online ahead of time... or just show up at lewis and clark park any time between 1 and 9 p - m on the day of. 3 a woman is in the hospital after she was supposedly bit by a tiger early sunday morning while trespassing at the omaha zoo.police in omaha were called to creighton medical center after reports of a disturbance with a patient that had an injury to her hand. officers say 33 - year - old jacquline edie was being aggressive toward staff at the hospital and it looked like she was drunk. after investigating... police s s they found out edie had supposedly trespassed at the omaha henry doorly zoo to pet a tiger. while reaching into the tiger's cage she was bit... causing severe trauma to her left hand. the zoo released a statement sunday night confirming that two people had trespassed on
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halloween night. 3 you might have noticed there's been strange weather across the country recently. as meteorologist cat taylor shows us... it's all thanks to a phenomenon in the pacific ocean. 3 el nino...it has been big news for months...but what *is* el nino...and what does it mean for siouxland? "to understand el nino, you have to understand all 3 phases of enso-el nino southern oscillation. with these 3 phases you have el nino, la nina, and neutral conditions." "we're going to do an experiment to explain how el nino works." normally...during what we call the neutral phase...trade winds are moderate...like this.just a bit of warm water move's west...*some* cold water moves up to the surface.when *la nina* starts...the trade winds get stronger.that pushes warm water west...and a *lot* of cold water comes up from below. when the trade winds weaken... that's when *el l no* happens...trade winds can shut off f mpletely...even revevee. then we get warm water sloshing back east very quickly.it can even go down farther into the ocean than normal. el nino itself happens far away from siouxland...it's in the pacific ocean...but it can still affect weather here. during that first neutral phase...trade winds are normal. this is where the polar jetstream and the subtropical jetstream normally sit.during la nina...strong trade winds dominate...that makes the polar jet move south and the subtropical jet move north. that lets cool canadian air easily flow into siouxland. during el nino though...the opposite happens.the trade winds die out.the subtropical jetstream dominates...and the polar jetstream is much farther north...so siouxland stays warm.you're going to notice el nino the most during winter, but how is it going to affect you? in el nino explained part 2 i'll talk with a national weather service hydrologist to find out what el nino means for siouxland. meteorologist cat taylor, siouxland news. 3 thth year's capitol this year's
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siouxland 3 news. 3 this year's capitol christmas tree has started its long journey from alaska to washington d - c.the 74 - foot lutz spruce was the center of attention tuesday as it was finally shown off and cut down in alaska's chugach national forest. for the last two weeks... the chosen tree has had around - the - clock security from the national forest service. it'll be the first alaska tree to serve as the official capitol tree. . after touring south central alaska... the tree will be loaded on a ship bound for seattle. from there... it'll be driven by truck to d
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- c... making quite a few stops along the way.3 it should to get into d - c on november 20th... and it'll be decorated with thousands of l - e - d lights... plus ornaments made by alaskans. the tree - lightinnceremony will be held in the first week of december. 3 3 3 3 if you're hungry for (lot - cuh)'s latke's make room in your schedule for a special meal. we'll talk about it... next... in "talk of the town." 3 3 3 3 3 3
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3 3 big changes are in store for siouxland this week.the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures close to 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chance that overnight thursday into friday could see some rain/snow low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front surges into siouxland.we will clear out just in time for the weekend, but temperatures will still hover near 50.
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3 hover near 50.will still 3 hover near 50. 3 3 there's a (lot - cuh) latke party comingngup sunday.that's why dolf ivener is here for talk of the town this morning. good morning! 3 jake and a guest or group of
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community 3 events. 3 thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment...or want to find out any more information...you can find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... 3 3 are americans testing the limits of the tesla auto pilolo feature in risky ways? we'll take you behind the wheel. it's (time) this morning. thanks for
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3 3 good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (sponsor) camera. 3 tesla rolled out its new autopilot system in its model "s" a little more than two weeks ago... calling it a step on the path to a self - driving car. ever since... tesla owners have been experimenting with the technology... and a few have posted frightening resusus to youtube. c - b - s news correspondent john blackstone tried out the new feature and shows what happenedto him. 3 tesla rolled out its new autopilot system in its model "s" just over two weeks ago, calling it a step on the path to a self-driving car. (take vo) ever since, tesla owners have been experimenting with the technology, and a few have posted their frightening results to youtube. john blackstone tried out the new feature and joins us from a tesla dealership just outside san francisco. 3 3 big changes are in store for siouxland this week.the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures close to 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chanan that overnight thursday intoto friday could see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front surges into siouxland.we will clear out just in time for the weekend, but temperatures will
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3 3 3 3 hover near 50.will still
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temperatures weekend, but for the out just in time we will clear out just in time for the weekend, but temperatures will stl hover near 50.
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3 3 3 3 3 time for a trip 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...that g dressed as han solo is canada's next prime minister. justin trudeau put on the star wars costume as he took his family trick - or - treating. his wife... sophie gregoire... was dressed as princess lea.but their three kids had their own separate costume themes as they went knocking door - to - door in ottawa. the family had their security detail with them... but it was low-key. trudeau won canada's election and he'll be sworn in wednesday. 3 3 coming up this morning in your
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6 o'clock hour... money for major highway construction projects across the country is up in the air thanks to delays in congress. why engineers are critical of the latest proposed transportation funding bill... and why they say they need a *serious* solution.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.keep it
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3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 the bodies of some of the people who died when a russian plane crashed in egypt have started to get back home. all 224 people aboard died when the metrojet airbus crashed in the sinai peninsula just after taking off saturday morning. investigators don't know why it happened...
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but russia's top aviation official says the plane broke up at high altitude.former u - s senator... republican presidential candidate and actor fred thompson died of lymphoma sunday in nashville. thompson was in at least 20 motion pictures and was a mainstay on the t - v drama "law and order." he was 73 - years - old.the kansas city royals are the 20 - 15 world series champions. the royals beat the new york mets 7 to 2 in game 5 in a dozen innings at citifield. it's the royals' first world series crown in 30 years. 33 and be sure to check out siouxland ws dot com work and home for r e latest news, weather and sports. 3 and here is what the folks in studio 57 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".i'm norah o'donnell - coming up, actress allison janey is back in studio 57. the emmy winner takes us inside the new season of her hit cbs show "mom." that's coming up on cbs this morning.
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3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 big changes are in store for siouxland this week.the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures close to 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chance that overnight thursday into friday could see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front surges into siouxland.we will clear out just in time for the weekend, but temperatures will still hover near 50. 3
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3 formemesenator and actor fred thompson died yesterday in nashville after a losing a battle with lymphoma. his colorful career took him from tennessee lawyer... to u - s senator... to hollywood actor. reporter brian webb shows us thompson's life and legacy. 3 fred thompson had a commanding presence.he was 6 foot 6 inches tall, had a booming voice and a straightforward, southern sensibility.born in alabama, thompson first gained notoriety during the 1972 watergate investigation.as legal counsel, he asked the question that led to the disclosure of a taping system inside the whiteteouse.those tapes played a pivotal role in the resignation of president richard nixon."i'm f fd thompson and i want to tell you what i believe right now." thompson won al gore's tennessee senate seat in 1994. he retired when his term expired in january 2003, and briefly ran for president in 2008 as a republican party candidate.but most americans know thompson from his roles on the tv show "law and order" and big budget movies, like "the hunt for red october". "then i imagine you'll tell me what all the hubbubs about" thompson's family released a statement saying in part "fred was the same man on the floor of the senate, the movie
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studio or the town square of his home town". adding, he died peacefully surrounded by his family. fred thompson was 73 years old. brian webb for cbs news. 3 after retiring from politics... thompson hosted a conservative radio talk show and became a t - v pitchman
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for a reverse mortgage company. 3 there were two house fires friday night in sioux city.firefighters were called to the first fire in the 2400 block of west 4th street right before 11:30 friday night. a single story house was on fire. nobody was home... the house was severely damaged and was red tagged. 3 3 and another call went out less than five minutes later. firefighters were called to a house that was on fire in the 1400 block of center street... they werereold one person was still inside. the house was completely on fire when crews got there. after the fire was partially extinguished firefighters went inside and found a man in the living room. we don't know what condition that man is in right now... both fires are still under investigation. 3 one of the founders of sioux city's gateway computers is dead. the body of mike hammond was found thursday morning at his home on sioux city's northside.hammond was 53 - years - old... his friends called him hammmer. he met tedd waitt when they both worked for a des moines computer and software seller.
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waitt. and hammond came up with a plan to start a computer company. so... they set up in a vacant space on the waitt family cattle farm... thanks to 10 - thousand dollars put up by waitt's grandma. waitt once told the business week magazine that because of a non compete clause with their previous employer he and d hammond operated under the fake names "max wheeler" and "ed zimmerman" when they were setting up "gateway 2 - thousand." they slept upstairs... a lot of times they had to wake up in the night to help unload cattle trucks. in 1988 they broke into the market with an innovative ad campaign that said "computers from iowa?" that's when the phones started ringing. hammond served in quite a few jobs for the company that eventuall grew to more than 24 - thousand employees across the globe. before he met waitt.... hammond was a mechanic. after retiring from gateway he started his own business called dakota muscle in 2005... working with classic cars. a visitation
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tuesday morning from 9 until 11 at meyer brothers funeral home at stone park and d hamilton. there'll be a funeral service after that at 11 a - m. 3 republicans from six northwest iowa counties got together friday night for a rally with four of the republicans running for president. almost one - thousand republicans heard from senator marco rubio... former hewlett packard c - e - o carly fiorina... governor chris christie... and former senator rick santorum at the g - o - p rally at northwestern college in orange city.rubio was the first speaker on stage... talking about a few issues... like fixing tax reform... fully using our own energy resources... and dramatically revolutionizing our country's education system. he promised if he wins the election... he'll rebuild our military... foreign policy... and moral clarity. 3 "and i want america to lead the world in everything. in wind, in solar, in biofuels, in energy sufficiency. ion the 21st century, we'll be a new american century. this is the opportunity before us and that's why i'm asking for you help, that's why i'i'asking u to vote at the caucus for
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you."3 three of the four presidential candidates were also in siouxland saturday: carly fiorina was at the stoney creek conference center,,, chris christie was at jitters cafe... and rick santorum was part of congressman steve king's pheasant hunt in akron. marco rubio had ananvent in mason city in north - central iowa. 3 democratic candidate martin o'malley made a campaign stop in sioux city friday morning.the former maryland governor talked to a crowd of nearly 100 people at morningside college. he's one of only three democratic candidates still hoping to make it to the white house. the audience asked him questions on everything from healthcaca to police brutality. re's what he had to say about t immigration... and donald 3 "to donald trump, i think we need to stand together to that carnival barker, that immigrant basher donald trump.
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we need to stand up proudly and say that the enduring smbol of our country is not a barbed wire fence or detention camps, it is the statue of 3 liberty." (16s)o'malley also stopped in denison and des moines friday. 3 it's been ten years since congress came up with a new law to fund the country's bridges... highways... and roads. instead of coming up with a new one... lawmakers have just been extending the old plan again and again... but as our national correspondent kristine frazao shows us... that could change soon. 3 nats of highwayit's been a long road - an with new problems, (train nats) but no new plan to solve them (nats) until now.the surface trananortation authorization and reform act of 2015 is likely to pass - a six year, 325 billion dollar plan.it speeds up infrastructure projects as well as environmental reviews and the permitting process, but the biggest win by having a new long term funding plan - states can plan ahead.casey dinges/senior managing dir. american society of civil engineers"there are profound safety issues for the country. we still lose over 30,000 lives on the nation's roads every year, there are profound economic issues for the country. casey dinges is with the american society of civil engineers.their most recent infrastructure report card included a c plus grade for bridges, and d's for roads and transit.standup at gas station kristine frazao/washington nearly all of the funding
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comes from a tax drivers pay at the pump - 18-point-four cents per gallon, an amount which hasn't been raraed since 1993, and won't be r rsed now. nats delaney in office congressmamajohn delaney was hoping for a much larger investment.rep. john delaney/d- maryland"what this bill does which is incredibly disappointing to me and quite frankly incredibly stupid - it funds our at the same levels we're funding now."he estimates more than three trillion dollars are needed and says the proposed legislation is a cop out.i will absolutely vote nodespite his opposition - supporters say it's the best they're gonna get and some action is better than i'm kristine
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3 a national guard blackhawk helicopter carried some very precious... very old cargo... in new mexico thursday.a plaster jacket contained the skull and other bones of a baby dinosaur... a penta - cera - tops. researchers from the new mexico museum of natural history and science made the discovery four years ago. getting to this point wasn't easy... either. they spent years arranging permits to excavate and airlift... not to mention getting military assistance..e federal land is a protected area. vehicles and mechanized equipment are prohibited... that's why they needed the helicopter. it's a big find... because it's the first known discovery of a baby penta - cera - tops.
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3 3 3 faced with their own mortality... funeral homes are diversifying. up next... we'll show you why more and more are starting to host weddings. 3
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3 3 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning.
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3 3 big changes are in store for siouxland this week.the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures close to o . by the second half of the
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week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chance that overnight thursday into friday could see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front surges into siouxland.we will clear out just in time for the
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still hover near 50.3 3 the traditional wedding ceremony has a line abobo staying together... "til death do we part"... so death even haunts this life - affirming event... which makes the idea of getting married in a funeral home seem just a little less bizarre... maybe... reporter mark albert has this story. 3 (track 1)outside indianapolis, you'd be forgiven for questioning (sign @ 11:59:30 or 11:58:45; graves @ 12:00:28 or 12:52:58; casket into hearse @ 11:57:39)cars file past the stately "flanner and buchanan funeral center" sign, the 70-thousand solemn graves, and the somber pallbearers loading a casket into a black hearse.(guests walking in)but the guests in their sunday best aren't here for a *burial*... but a *bride*. (nat/12:03:51)(music or laughter of bride getting ready)"thank you so much!" (track 2)raechel pippen's wedding day at this funeral home conjures up anything but sorrow.(nat/laughing) (bridesmaids getting ready) (track 3)(fountain closeup @ 12:51:53; marble floors and fountain @ 12:51:40; chandelier @ 12:02:35)when pippen saw the venue - the fountain, the marble floors, and the soaring rotunda with a chandelier - she says she laid to rest her childhood dream of being married in a church. (sot/bride 12:43:56)"the chandelier sold me. q:the chandelier? a: yes. q: the headstones didn't scare you away? a: not at all."(track 4) pippen is a nurse, just like her mom before her... and neither gets squeamish around the dead - or the in-laws. (sot/may 12:39:22)"we love it. q: you love it? a: even if it's not a church? a: whatever
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my daughter wanted is fine." (nat/harp 12:57:11)(as bride walks down the aisle)"dum, dum, dah, dum..."(track 5)more couples, like pippen and groom mike mccullough, are looking for less formal, more memorable,e,nd cheaper options to say "i do."(gfx in)(source: the weddininreport; year: 2014. 40% of cououes spent under $10,000; averara cost in 2014: $26,400)a recent survey found nearly 40 percent of couples spent under 10- thousand dollars on their wedding last year... *less than half* the average cost of 26-thousand.(source: pew research center; religious membership down. unaffiliated: 16.1% in 2007 to 22.8% in 2014 http://www.pewforum.org/2015 /05/12/americas-changing- religious-landscape/)at the same time, church membership is declining... with nearly every four people now saying they're unaffiliated with any religion... up *40 percent* since 2007.that gives funeral homes a huge opening.(death rate & life expectancy charts here: http://www.cdc. gov/nchs/data/databriefs/db88 _fig1.png; funeral costs: 2004: $5,582 2014: $7,181; up 29% since 2004; source: national funeral directors association: http://www.cbs news.com/news/in-death-a- final-chance-to-get-gouged/) they need the help: fewer people are dying, with the death rate at an historic low and life expectancy rising... along with the cost of a funeral... up 29 percent in the past decade.(gfx out) (buchanan 2shots w wh mark or walking in ballroom)m)uce buchchan, the fourth generation of his family in the funeral business, didn't want to write his own epitaph. (sot/buchanan 12:11:10)"q: did you feel your business had to change and adapt to survive? a: yes. // a lot of funeral directors want to keep things the way they were and the public wants something different."(track 6)so buchanan's partners opened this 10 million dollar "community life center"... and more nearby. (stthese even couflanner & afuneral ho)events perctheir businthis they've host120 "non- traditional" events, including two high school proms, quincienras, business meeti*breakfast with nd *60* weddings... whi*less than traditional venue. (sot 12:24:33)[durati on:0:19]
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3 employ(sot/buchanan 12:"i think ththe was q: change is hard. a: change is hard. // everyone is on board now."(sot/mark & bridesmai"q: when yfound 3 ere cyes." (track 8)after soinitial raechel pippen's bridesmwere sol (sobridesmaids 13:21:39)"q: wouldof you afta:would. y 13:21:5something people remember forever." (sot/raechel 13:17:05)"it does go to show that it didn't matter where you are. you're ho you want to be with matter."(track 9)the mcculloughs invited 211 guests... but we're not su hsouls actualshowed at a funeral home, of course, you can never be quite sure.and just in case, the bride candle for the dearly departed.we *do* know an angel showed up... (nat/13:04:45)"i now pronounce you husband and wife! zoooooooooo!"(track 9 cont)...the *revered* angel bodenhamer.(sot/reverend 13:07:47)[duration:0:12](track s it the resurrection of egardless, vows only promise until ***death*** do us part.(still pic of couple kissing with "funeral" sign in the foreground)but thnot be long enough uneral homes... which are ou'll dlove ly**foreve (:5(brida takwedding photo)"one two three!"(sot/bruce 12:13:56)"q: isn't thijust a schemnot
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3 that?"trademark that?"3 3 3 the hunger games stars cemented their fame. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break.
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3 big changes are in store for siouxland the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures close to 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chance that overnight thursday into friday could see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front surges into siouxland.we will clear out just in time for the weekend, but temperatures will still hover near 50. 3 3 snoopy gets a sidewalk attraction... nd the stars of the hunger games cement their fame. suzanne marques has those stories and more in ose stories marques has suzannnntheir fame. games cement of the hunger and the
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3 3 snoopy gets a sidewalk attraction... and the stars of the hunger games cement their fame. suzanne marques has those stories and more in today's eye on entertainment. 3 ((pkg script)) ------------------------(nats: applause)(narr:)jennifer lawrence and her "hunger games" co-stars left their marks at the t-c-l chinese theatre in hollywood.the franchise is a critical and box office success - grossing more than 2 billion dollars wordlwide.(nats mockingjay part 2 trailer)the final chapter - "the hunger games: mockingjay part 2" hits theaters november 20th./// (narr:)drew barrymore and toni collette playayifelong best friends in the new film, "miss you already."(nana movie)one woman is struggling with i-i-f... the other, withth cancer. but barrymore and collette say the story is ultimately about the unique friendships between women. (sot: (two-barrymore & toni collette / actors)there's nothing like those two women who just do have that unspoken - understanding - of each other. yes. ..as we finish each other's sentences. (laughter)(narr:)"miss you already" hits theaters on friday.///and america's favorite beagle is getting a star on the hollywood walk of fame today.snoopy's career began in 1950, when he first appeared in "the peanuts" comic strip.snoopy moved on to tv specials.... and hits the big screen on friday - in "the peanuts movie."that's your eye on entertainment. suzanne
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... we've had a day to sleep off the sugar coma. did you see any good costumes this weekend? 3
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3 weekend?3 3 3 still to come this morning... voters in ohio are headed to the polls tomorrow. . all to decide if theirs will be the next state to legalize marijuana.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead.
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siouxland news at sunrise.3 3 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us. heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.
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3 cat taylor.3 3 big changes are in store for siouxland this week.the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures close to 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a ance that overnight thursday into friday could see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front surges into siouxland.we will clear out just in time for the weekend, but temperatures will
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3 tomorrow... voters in ohio will choose whether to make marijuana legal for recreational and medical use in the state. the proposed amendment would give a small group of investors exclusive rights to grow marijuana in ohio. c - b - s news correspondent barry petersen has more. 3 (nat sot tv ad: it's time for marijuana reform so law enforcement can spend time cracking down on real criminals. 1) the ads are coming fast and furious for a constitutional amendment legalizing pot for recreational and medical use. (people on computers at campaign headquarters/maps on screen/etc) 2) a campaign using a battle tested plan (barry and ian in computer room) 3) run by political operative ian james. (ian and d barry with people in computer room) barry so you are using the obama strategy ian yes the same way of collecting data, tracking (campaign workers pep rally/cheering) 4) but unlike other states, here 10 groups of already handpicked investors will get exclusive rights to grow ohio's pot. and they are paying to play...bankrolling almost all of the 24 million dollar campaign. 28:13 bp: these aren't the type of people we think of as stoners or hippies? i mean we're talking about prominent, recognizable well known business people who are supporting this. 28:22 ij: right we're talking about taking this from a tie-dye to a suit and tie approach. (14:28 bob taft) if it's not a monopoly, it's an oligopoly you're talking about - 10 growing sites. (barry and taft walking) 5) but former governor bob taft says this kind of businessis bad business. (gov taft 10:44 bt: there may be some money coming if this issue passes to our local governments but think about the public health costs in terms of our children, our youth (file/grow facilities/maybe shops)6) every state makes its own rules for growing legal marijuanathe group o oten investors here say they wiwi compete against each otherand argue that their plan streamlines gettininpot into shopsand money into tax coffers. 7) investor jennifer doering runs a liquor
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distribution company. (sot: jennifer) 1:10:29 it tells the rest of the nation that ohio is progressive and people are progressive thinkers and that if it can happen in ohio it can happen anywhere (:08)(tv ad...vote no) but opponents got their own amendment on the ballot to ban monopolies...and both the anti and the pro amendments are polling well. 29:31 bp: if both of these pass in your understanding, what's next? 29:40 ian james: if there ione lawyer alive in the state of ohio there is going to be a lawsuit. (nat sot/doorknocking you for pot) 9) if so, courts may ultimately decide if marijuana in ohio stays on the black market... (tv pro ad) 10) or become the state's newest big business. bp, cbs news,
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3 sioux city schools are launching a new initiative to help low- income students get into college.it's called "bright futures"... and is part of a nation-wide group launched in 2010. the district held a kick-off breakfast for the initiative friday morning at the convention center. brigig futures allows the school district to serve as a liason between community organizations and needy students... and uses social media to connect those families with groups that can help them. 3 ".facebook is huge, so we would, so the school district would maybe would put that need out on facebook. and then
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having the goal of several people and see that and hopefully being able to feel the need that way. ."sioux city is the first district in iowa to host a chapter of "bririt futures." 3 the mental health organization of siouxland is getting ready for this year's 11th annual siouxland sleep-out.about 200 volunteers will gather at lewis and clark field this friday to raise awareness and funding for area homeless shelter and supportive service providers. everyone is invited... but not *required* to go so far as to spend the night on the field in boxes or tents. a soup line, fire pits and musical entertainment will be provided... along with a "best shelter" contest and a silent auction. organizers say the money raised by the event goes to help *local* people. you can register for this friday's event online ahead of time... or just show up at lewis and clark park any time between 1 and 9 p- m on the
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3 a woman is recovering after reportedly being bit by a tiger early sunday morning g while trespassing at the omaha zoo.police in omaha were called to creighton medical center after reports of a disturbance with a patient that had an injury to her hand. officers say 33- year-old jacquline edie was being aggressive towards staff at the hospital and appeared to be intoxicated. after investigating, police say they discovered that edie had allegedly trespassed at the omaha henry doorly zoo to pet a tiger. while reaching into the tiger's cage s se was bit, causing severe trauma to her left hand. the zoo released a statement on sunday night confirming that two people had trespassed on halloween night. 3 the internet reached a milestone last month... one person... *one*... set a record for one billion youtube views. he's known as (poo - dee - pie) pewdiepie, but reporter michelle miller met the man behind that persona.
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3 ctm script:startontage of his name being said on the gamesnats: pewdiepie! pewdiepie, pewdiepie (narr) this is the internet sensation... he's a loud, crass video game playing machine. (nats game) (narr) and this is the man behind it..(nat in interview pewdiepie). a 26 year old laid back low key swede named felix kjellberg. sot(michelle) how much of one--(felix: 00:26:31:00) yeah.(michelle 00:26:32:00) --is the other? (felix:00:26:32:00) i-- i think they're the same guy. // pewdiepie is kinda like the-- the guy you meet with mi-- if i'm with my closest friends. and it's kinda strange that i'm opening up that guy for 40 million people for some reason. (michelle miller: 00:08:13:00) are you looking for global domination?(felix: 00:08:17:00) wait, am i not there already? (laughter) (early videos)... he's certainly close. a mere 5 years ago, felix started posting videos of himself playing on youtube... (natpop) in just a few months he had 100,000 followers. video) ... by 2013 he was gaining a subscriber every second. (michelle miller/felix @ 00:07:27)"sosoou're s-- thinking, how do you make 25 million, 26 million people, th-- 37 million people--(fj: ) it's 40 million.mm: -it's 40 million now? see, it's growin' as we speak. (michelle miller: 00:22:39:00) // what is it that everybody loves about what you do? (felix 00:22:53:00) i think if you ask my fans, they say i'm-- i'm just a funny, silly guy that they can really relate to and enjoy watching. more videos last year this college dropout was the top earner on youtube. he made 12 million dollars from ads and sponsorships. (3:32 michelle) when did you realize hey i can make money doing this?(felix) when i got my first paycheck/ michelle: and what was that paycheck for ?felix: more than i was making at my current job so screw this! other user videosnow he does this full time, like thousands of others making 6 figures online.... but that doesn't mean *everybody* loves him. his videos have been called meaningless, tasteless, and vulgar.(nats: haters in action on video)(felix @ 00:17:03)if some people don't like it, you know, what am i gonna do abobo it?" what this 21st century y star is dodog... is embracing media from the "olden" days. nat colbert show https://www.youtube.com/watt ch?v=pm21uqr6g_q (colbert) welcome to television, this is a steam powered medium that runs on coal that your grandparents invented. he's using television to promote a book... a paperback... called
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"this book loves you". (09:43:00) i live in the virtual reality, but i still think it's really cool to-- offer someing to my fans that they can hold in their hands.in new york, hundreds of fans showed up to see pewdiepie in person... (michelle) so pewdiepie exists in the virtual world. // does that world ever really intersect reality?(felix: 00:08:41:00 ) yeah. // i get &eet fans to face and tsreal08:56 // when you're really p15 minutes of fame?(00:19:00:00 felix) oh. (laugh) wewe're goin 3yet. it's a long road omination, because 3own game. (end with michewinning thvideo 3 e day! 3 3 sleep apnea is a problem millions of americans live with. up next in your 3 ome treatment options. 3 3 3 3 options.treatment options.3 treatment some we'll show you
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healthwatch... up next in your with. americans live millions of problem sleep
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3 3 3 3 sleep apnea is a problem millions of americans live with. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you some treatment options. 3 3 3 3
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3 3 3 big changes are in store for siouxland this week.of this week will be warm with temperatures close to 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to fall starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chance that overnight thursday into friday could see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front surges into siouxland.we will clear out just in time for the weekend, but temperatures will
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3 3 waking up quite a few times throughout the night is more detrimental to your mood than getting the same shortened amount of sleep without interruption. . that's accordrdg to a study from johns hopkins medicine researchers. they tracked more than 60 healthy men and women who were randomly subjected to either eight forced awakenings a night... delayed bedtimes... or uninterrupted sleep. researchers found participants who were disrupted throughout
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the night reported the most negative moods. 3 3 a new study finds eating a diet rich in soy protein and the plant hormone (iso - flay - vone) isoflavone can protect menopausal womemefrom bone weakening and osteoporosis. researchers in the u - k gave 200 women either a soy protein supplement or a soy protein supplement with (iso - flay - vone)s isoflavones for 6 months. the women assigned both had a slower rate of bone loss. 3 3 vitamin d could help lower your risk of heart disease... according to a new study out of scotland. researchers studied a small group of adults and found those who took vitamin d supplememes had wer blood pressure... lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol... and the ability to exercise longer. 3 sleep apnea is a problem millions of americans live with. siouxland news reporter kayla novak shows us some treatment options. 3 about 20 million americans have sleep apnea, including those who have yet to be diagnosed. "sleep apnea is when there is an obstruction
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in the air way." this causes disruptions in a person's sleep.some compmpints and signs of sleep apnea are snororg, pauses in breathing and chronic daytime sleepiness. some s stle signs might also be fatigue and irritability. sleep apnea can be caused by a narrowed air way, a large protruding tongue, a thicker neck, but.. "the biggest contributor to sleep apnea is probably obesity." if your doctor is worried that you might have sleep apnea, you will take a sleep study test. like the ones they perform at the mercy sleep lab. "we have a person come in, we hook them up to a bunch of different monitors, literally monitor them from head to toe. "they look at brain waves to see what stage of sleep the person is in. they monitor nose and mouth breathing along with how the chest and abdomen move for airflow. they measure the heart rate for any irregularities. they also monitor the legs for any movement. once a person is diagnosed with sleep apnea, the most common treatment is a cpap. "cpap stands for continuous positive airway pressure."this is a mask hooked up to a machine that keeps the blocked airway open at night. if sleep apnea goes undiagnosed, the patient is more likely to have a heart attack, stroke, or diabetes. "or r they have blood pressure isssss, sometimes blood pressure can be directly related to havininsleep apnea, so until that sleep apnea is treated that medication might not be very effective."if you think that you might have sleep apnea, talk to your
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3 3 3 it looks like the end is near for chromebooks. and it might make working with y yr phone a little easier we'll take a lookok. next...
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3 tech update. 3 good morning, (ponca state park)... it's (43 degrees)s) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (hard rock hotel and casino) camera. 3 t - mobile users might be able to stream as much video as they want. here's your c - net tech update. 3 it looks like the end is near for chromebooks. i'm bridget carey, this is your cnet update.google's chrome operating system for pcs may not be around for much longer. google is working on releasing laptops that run on android - that's according to a report by the wall street journal, which was also backed up by other news outlets. but google says it is still committed to chrome. reports indicate google is working on merging the two, or momo like having android absorb chrome. this new merged operatingngystem could be out by 2017, and we may get next year.chromebooks are an interesting breed. these are pcs that run google's chrome operating system, which means only chrome apps work on these systems. research firm idc estimates that chromebooks only make up 3 percent of pcs today - but chromebooks are very popular in schools. there are hundreds of thousands of these machines in classrooms today, with students using google docs for education. but maybe the concept of a chrome operating system hasn't caught on yet to the mainstream consumer, whereas everyone knows what android is. there have been signs that google sees android as something that could be a desktop experience. in late september, google unveiled the pixel c tablet with a keyboard case that runs android marshmallow 6.0, and it was pushed as a productivity powerhouse. having android be the one system on all devices can be a good thing for google. if you have android on your phone and laptop, you're more likely to invest in google's world of movies, music, apps and other services, at which point there's less incentive for you
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to jump away to apple. and developepe should be happy that an android app just works automatically on an laptop.but don't let this news confuse you about the chchme internet browser. that's a separate thing that's not changing. in fact, microsoft just created a new chrome browser extension so you can quickly create a new office document from the chrome toolbar. yeah, who wants to push its edge browser, is playing nice with chrome. microsoft also updated office online by intergrating skype voice and video, letting you make a call right from a document inside word, excel, powerpoint and onenote.and in wireless news, t-mobile may have some huge news to share soon when it comes netflix on your phone or tablet. t-mobile is expected to let customers use unlimited data when streaming some video services, like netflix and hbo. the carrier has an news event scheduled for novermber 10 with the teaser, we never hit pause. but reputable mobile news leaker evan blass tweeted the spoiler thursday. if this is true, it's very similar to t-mobile's music freedom program, whree customers can stream as much music as they want from dozens of services, and it d dsn't count against their montnty data limits." that's it for this tech news update, and therers more at cnet.com. from our s sdios in
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3 3 big changes are in store for siouxland this week.the first half of this week will be warm with temperatures clososto 70. by the second half of the week, temperatures will start to f fl starting thursday when rain arrives.there is a chance thatatvernight thursday into fridayould see some rain/snow showers as low temperatures dive to near freezing as a cold front surges into siouxland.we will clear out just in time for the
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3 3 we'll take a look at your traffic, news and weather to go coming up after the break... you're watching siouxland news
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3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 the bodies of some of the people who died when a russian plane crashed in egypt have started to get back home. all 224 people back home. started to get egypt have crashed in russian plane died when a people who some of the the bodies of 3 3 to go ... 3 3 the bodies of some of the
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people who died when a russian plane crashed in egypt have started to get back home. all 224 people aboard died when the metrojet airbus crashed in the sinai peninsula just after taking off saturday morning. investigators don't know why it happened... but russia's top aviation official says the plane broke up at high altitude.former u - s senator... republican presidential candidate and actor fred thompson died of lymphoma sunday in nashville. thompson was in at least 20 motion pictures and was a mainstay on the t - v drama "law and order." he was 73 - years - old.the kansas city royals are the 20 - 15 world series champions. the royals beat the new york mets 7 to 2 in game 5 in a dozen innings at citifield. it's the royals' first world series crown in 30 years. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports.
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kansas city clenches the world series with an extra inning come back win over the mets. >> what caused a passenger plane
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>> and chipotle shuts down dozens of restaurants after an e coli outbreak. >> the 2015 world championship. >> kansas city takes the world series crown. >> doesn't get any better than this. >> no way are you taking me out of this game. >> i'm going to second guess myself for a long time. >> you'll be back next year. you swear you're not gonna. but that's what it is to be a mets fan. debate moderators they consider hostile. >> investigators trying to determine what brought down a russian passenger jet. officials say the plane's fuselage disintegrated in midair. >> twisters tore through texas
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at six. >> fred thompson has died after a battle with lymphoma. >> i've done a lot of things. >> victims of a deadly colorado springs shooting rampage remember a man opened fire with a rifle killing three people. >> more than 20 people sickened. >> ties an nfl record with his seventh touchdown pass today. >> an intoxicated benjamin golden pulled the hair of and punched the driver. >> please welcome charlie rose. >> i now know what gayle and norah go through every morning. >> you are the kansas city
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