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mid toupper 30s. this evenini the snowowill start to move into the area with snow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged. some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to siouxland news and we will keep you ahead of the
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3 3 the first votes of the 20 - 16 president election will be cast tonight in iowa. the latest bloomberg - des moines register poll has donald trump leading the g - o - p race in iowa at 28 percent... ted cruz has 23 percent. hillary clinton leads the democratic side with 45 percent iniowa... bernie sanders has 42 percent. as c - b - s news correspondent marlie hall shows us... the candidates made their *closing arguments* to voters sunday. 3 (pkg) -nats-hoping to dampen donald trump's momentum... texas senator ted cruz made his final pitch to iowa voters sunday...(sot ted cruz/ des moines) if everyone here brings nine other people to the caucuses tomorrow night, we will win the caucuses tomorrow, we will win the nomination, and we will win
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novemberer016during an event in sioux city, trump pushed back -- this time labeling cruz dishonest and deceptive for sending out this flier... (sot trump 19:26:07 sioux city, ia) a voter violation. you see this? official documentation sent to voters, then they have grade for different things.//that is terrible. it's a fraud. (standup: marlie hall/ cbs news / des moines, ia) forecasts here in iowa are calling for snow in parts of the state beginning tonight ...which couou have an impact on voter tutuout.volunteeee for both bernie sanders and hillary clinton knocked on doors and made calls late into the night...as the two candidates made their closing arguments:(sot sanders) "together, we're going to create an economy that works for all of us, not just the 1 percent."//(sot clinton) "i will stand up and fight for you every day of this campaign, and when we win, i will stand up for you every day.y.clinton lost ioio during her presididtial bid in 2008. (vo marlie with winfrey) political analysts say this time around the former secretary of state is working on her likability.(sot - prof.
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university) (00:03:09:28) she's focused a lot on her relationships with people // she's focused a little more on middle-class issues.with polls showing tight races on both sides...the fight for iowa could come down to the wire. marlie hall cbs news des moines, iowa. 3 3 new jersey governor chris christie was the first candidate in sioux city yesterday morning. more than 100 people were at his town hall event at morningside college. christie said he's a better cadidate because of his experience as governor... he took jabs at marco rubio and ted cruz saying they've never run for anything in their life. he also said both of them refused to admit they'd changed their positions on immigration... christie said the two won't own up to "flip flopping." governor christie spent a lot of time talking about the immigration issue... too... saying he'd make our borders more secure by using modern n technology like dronenein remote areas... and using e - verify. last night christie said he had *one* important message for al
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3 "manou are going to matter tomorrow night in a big way to this whole country. the whole country is watching you tomorrow night, and the tone you set and the people you pick are going to help to determine the future course of our country."christie also made it a point totoay we dont need other talker in the white house like president obama or someone like donald trump who he called an *entertainer.* 3 3 and on the democratic side... hillary clinton talked to a crowd of more than 800 people at the sioux city convention center in downtown sioux city. her daughter chelsea clinton was there... too. raising minumium wage... closing the wage gap between men and women... re - investing in infrastructure... and not raising taxes on the middle - class were some of the things she talked about. 3 "one of the best ways to get new jobs is to admit that climate change is real and get moving on clean renewable energy that will create business, create jobs, create more income for farmers and
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the biggest opportunities 3 we have. "she called for all iowans to go out and stand up for *her* today... making a promise to fight through this campaign and into the white house. 3 3 just a few streets over... republican frontrunner donald trump held a rally in front of a packed orpheum theater. with a lead in most polls... some of the billionaire businessman's main talking points were thring insults at other candidates like jeb bush and hillary clinton... he also talked about what he would do to help with unemployment. trump also took time out of the rally to present a check of 100 thousand dollars to support siouxland soldiers. this money came from the nearly six million dollars he raised at his rally whenene ducked out of the last republican debate. he alslsmade one last plea to the crowd. 3 "if your doctor says you cannot leave your bed you won't make it. it doesn't matter, get up and caucus, get up and caucus."3 trump said it's been 16 years
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iowa has won the presidency. 3 the word "caucus" is thought t to come from a natiti american term meaning a "gatatring of chieie." caucus - like gatherings have been going on since iowa first became a state... it wasn't until 19 - 72 they became more formal. and republicans and democrats didn't decide to caucus on the same day until 1976. siouxland news anchor larry wentz has a look back at the history of the iowa caucus. 3 that day there were more uncommitted voters than people supporting the second place finisher... future president jimmy carter. the unkown former governor of georgia revolutionized the caucuses with the door to door... cafe to cafe... peonalized campaign we see today... feating incumbent president gerald ford won the caucus vote over ronald reagan.in 1980 george h. w. bush finished first in the republican caucuses. but it was ronald reagan went on to defeat jimmy carter. in 1984 democratic caucus winner walter mondale was crushed in
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president reagan. in 1988 ssouri congrereman richard gephardt finished first on the democratic side. and kansas senator bob dole took the top spot for republicans. but it was third place finisher george h. w. bush who easily won the presidency over massachusetts governor michael dukakis. in 1992 iowa's own senator tom harkin won the support of more than 70 percent democratic caucus goers. but it was 4th place finisher billlllinton who defeated incumbant president t bush. in 1996 bob dole of kansas was again the choice of republicans. but he lost to president clinton. in 2000 vice president al gore was the democrat's choice... losing to george w. bush by a hanging chad. democratic caucus winner john kerry also lost to bush in 2004. in oh-eight.... little known illinois senator barack obama's "boots on the ground" campaign blind-sided
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third. mike huckabee was the republican's choice. but it was senator john mccain who lost to ama. and 2012... former pennsylvania senator rick santorum finished above mitt romney. but it was romney who went on to lose to president obama after santorum later dropped out of the race. 3 winning the iowa caucuses is no guarantee of getting your party's nomination... or winning the white house. 3 cking a favorite candidide isn't t e only thing people will do atatonight's caucuses. *after* the vote is taken... they'll move on to the "platform" phase of the caucus.the "platform"... or the "plank"... is basically what you think the republican or democratic party should stand for. what ideas or goals do you want your elected officials to stand for? they can be very different from caucus to caucus... and party to party. the head of iowa's democratic party feels like there are quite a few issues that could be debated. 3 "college affordability seems to be something on a lot of people's minds. and i know all of the candidates are taking
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higher college debt to our population than a lot of states do. so, that's one thing i am hearing a lot about. i'm hearing about education because of our local issues. i am hearing about healthcare. 19 million people are now getting healthcare that weren't before. we're really talking about the affordability of that and how that goes into the future. and people don't want to lose healthcare that they now have."the platforms developed at the local level will be debated at the county... then state... and finally *national* level of the party. 3 if you *do* plan on heading out to caucus tonight here are a few reminders.if you're not registered to vote you can do that at the place where you caucus. you need to bring a photo i - d and proof of where you live... like a utility bill or a bank statement. 3 you've got to be 18 - yeyes - old by electioioday... november 8th this
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find out *where* your caucus... visit our website at siouxlandnews dot com. we've got a story on our polling place. 3 if you haven't noticed by now... the iowa caucuses are here! teachers at one middle school found a sweet y to teteh their students how e unique political process works.theyeused cake and cookies. cake represents the republican race... cookies are the democrats. a group of students votes on what type of cake they'd like to eat... the other group does the same with cookies.if one dessert team doesn't have ten people on their side... they can do one of three things: go somewhere elel... persuade others to jojo in... or give up onontheir favorite dessert. just so you know... chocolate chip won the democrat cookie nomination... ice cream cake won the g - o - p cake side. 3 3 3
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3 3 coming up... denmark has a new cocoroversial policy to deal with migrants. we'll show you how they'll have to pay for their benefits. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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taylor"3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the storm with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid to upper r s. this evening the snowowill start to m me
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accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged. some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to siouxland news and we will keep you ahead of the storm. 3
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... a school in iowa used cookies and cake to demonstrate the process of caucususg. what's your favorite k kd okie or
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3 3 and while you're there... why not share a selfie. from now until february 5th yoyocan post a selfie with your valentine on our facebook page... or at siouxland news dot com... and you could be a winner.once all the entries are in we'll open up the voting and announce the winner here on siouxland news at sunrise. the winner will get a prize package from sunnybrook floral and greenhouse... granny's stitches with viking... and jodean's steakhouse lounge and buffet. 3 a new report shows the cities with the highest and lowest foreclosure rates... en - nunu hena daniels is in n n york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 stocks soared the last trading da\ of january after the bank of japan unexpectedly cut interest rates, and microsoft led a strong rally in technology shares. the dow jumped 396 points, and the nasdaq climbed 107 points///a new survey from core logic finds san francisco's home
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fifteen percent is the lowest in the country. atlantic city new jersey has the worst foreclosure rate with 7 point five percent.t.nationwide the number of homeowners facing foreclosure is declining./// the boeing 737 max took to the air friday in its inaugural flight. company officials boast about the aircraft's efficiency including less noise, more luggage room and fuel savings. the 737 max is the fourth generation of the 737 series. nearly 3,000 orders worldwide - have been placed for the plane.///you may be able to get a job playininwith l los all day long. the company wants to re 20 master bblders in its florida factory to quote make 'sturdy, accurate, complicated, safe and installable lego models." the hiring process wi include participating in a lego build off//that's yor cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, im hena daniels
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3 denmark has a new controversial policy to deal with migrants. the government can now seize their valuables as they enter the country. c - b - s news correspondent charlie d'agata takes a look. 3 (zarifa... and her young children playing with toys at refugee center) zarifa abdullah and her four children arrived in denmark, she had thing left. za: we used to have everything, she said, a house, cars, jewelry. we had to sell it all...before she left raqqa, syria. (raqqa and/or her children) and now under the new law, the danish government can now seize any valuables to help pay for her family's upkeep. but she left her husband behind in turkey, and the new bill also makes seeing him much harder. it blocks migrants from bringing immediate family membersto
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years. michala bendixen, who helps migrants apply for asylum, said delaying a family reunion is just cruel. 42116 making a law like this is so cynical and so evil that i don't know how you can do things like that. (shots of refugees) but this country of five million people is struggling to cope with an influx of more than 20,000 refugees last year, one of the highest per captia in europe. politician marcus knuth: 21601 cd so this is a deterrent. mk you u n put it that way. it sounds very tough but the alternative is we simply don't have enough empty beds, we don't have enough space, we can't look after the people who come here. the government says making migrants help pay for their stay is only fair. danish citizens on welfare also have to give up their cash to qualify. (switzerland - migrants handing over valuables) similar measures are already in place in parts of germany and switzerland, where the swiss government has collected around $200,000 from migrants. 42140 cd do you think denmark is going to set a trend through europe? michala bendixen: sadly enough i think it is yeah.* // and thatat really horrible. because cutting down on people's rights and people's access to society is not going
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us the new laws would not have scared her away. when you have nothing left, there's nothing left to lose. cd, cbs news, copenhagen. 3 3 after the break... walmart has closed more than 150 stores in the past few weeks... mostly in smaller towns. we'll show you what many of those towns are going through now that their only grocery store's gone. 3 here's a look at your bus stop
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about this blizzard 3 coming up next. 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 blizzard warning has been issued 3 for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the storm
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temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. this evening the snow will start to move into the area with snow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged. some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to siouxland news and we will keep you ahead of the
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3 walmart has closeded54 stores in 27 states... that's more than 10,000 employee that have been laid off. for a lot of people... those stores were the only close place to buy groceries. reporter david (beg - no) begnaud is in whitewright texas... where people have to drive 22 miles for groceries. 3
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a year after opening here, leaving this town of 1700 hundred people without a grocery store within 22 miles . (19;02;55;28) (retha thompson) why are you going to put something in just to close it down not -- they didn't even celebrate a year anniversary, and they're shshting it down. that's crazy.retha thompson has two daughters in law who worked at this location. (19;03;28;08) (retha thompson) they chose to come here. and then when they put the other grocery store out of business they wanna close down and leave. i'm mad. i'm very mad. it's not right. they don't realize what to this little town.pettits was the mom and pop grocery for nearly 60 years it closed 9 months after walmart opened. larry deeds was co owner.(begnaud) what mama you close? (larry deeds) business. it just quit coming. (begnaud) walmart stole your business. (deeds) yes.but deeds doesn't lay all the blame at walmarts door. (19;31;59;12) walmart didn't make petits close, you people that quit coming made petits close.(19;04;01;10) (begnaud) where are you going to buy your groceries now?
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don't know. it won't be walmart. i'm done with walmart. (tag)(walmart says these neighborhood markets s were part of a pilot program that is being eliminated, but the company is opening more than 200 stores worldwide. scott, the workers here were given two options, transfer to another store or severance. 3 3 still to come... the excitement for super bowl 50 is already building up in san francisco. we'll show you some of the activities for fans. you're watching
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3 "this s s 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 blizzard warning has been issued for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the storm with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. this evening the snow will start to move into the area with s`ow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged. some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to siouxland news and we
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3 the excitement for super bowl 50 is already building up in san francisco. the broncos and panthers got there sunday... and events all over the bay area kicked off
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news correspondent jamie (you - cuss) yuccas is in san francicio. s s n :43-:49 p.p. johnston/super bowl host committee :50-1:02 jamie yuccas, cbs news, san francisco (pkg)the nfl experiencenat of guys - yeah super bowl 50!and super bowl citynat: we want to welcome everyone to the super bowl 50 both got marching over the weekendmarching band nats people from all around the san francisco area came to play. like jennifer roliffe, who isn't shy about getting into the game (spikes the ball) or whos she's rooting for.(sot: jennifer roliffe/broncos fan) (:26-:32)this is awesome, super awesome. just like the broncos are going to do, after a touchdown spike that ball!) security is tight at all the events officers with long guns and dressed in swat gear are easily noticeable, but it didn't stop thousands of people from coming out. sot: p.j. johnston/super bowl host committee (:43-:49)we expect tens of thousands every day. probably a million people or
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course o osuper bowl week. (standup bridge: jamie yuccas, cbs news, san francisco) (:50- 1:02)the bonus weekend was a touchdown for locals. they got a nice head start on thousands of football fans who will roll into town later this week.both events have interactive exhibits, games and plenty of places to take a selfie.(cop nats: you want to look good now!)but for most families it was all about having fun together. jamie: why did you bring him? because it's awesome (big hearty laugh) we're obviously football fans the city also got into the spirit. they re-lit the bay idge and set off fireworks - all kicking off a week of memorable moments ahead of superbowl 50jy cbs news sf 3 the annual super bowl spectacle we all know as media day is tonight... it's at night for the very first time ever. hundreds of reporters from around the world get their chance to ask players and coaches just about anything they want. 3 the popular sioux city restaurant damaged by a fire earlier this month will be re - opening g is morning.the owners and a team of volunteers and sneaky's supporters spent the past
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restaurant after a shed fire caused severe smoke damange. yesterday the owners took the time to thank all the people who helped make the re - opening happen so quickly with a special thank - you dinner. sneaky's owner... dave farris... says the support they got is unbelievable. 3 dave ferris (owner) "it's beautiful, it's phenomenal. we had a great team put it back together in less than three weeks. it's pretty remarkable." michelle maas (event attendee) "it's just absolutely amazing. everything is nice, clean, fresh. it's all family that comes here so i'm just so happy it's back open."others say sneaky's is a family staple... a place to have a nice meal and take time to enjoy the company of loved ones. sneaky's chicken will re - open to the public this morning at 11 a - m. 3 to get ready for that winter storm tomorrow... lifeserve blood center is asking the mmunity to gigi blood 3 lifeserve relies on generous donors to "roll up their sleeves to ensure the blood supply remains at stable levels." the winter weather can cause the blood supply to
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levels... that's why they encourage giving blood before and after the storm. the full process only takes an hour. donors are asked to schedule appointments or just walk - in to donate. you can make appointments online... we've got the link in this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. 3 the stem club at west high school were part of the first tech challenge thirteen teams designed robots to finish a variety of tasks... like maneuvering plastic balls and pegs to designated areas... and using a hook to lift the robot off the ground. the teams earn points depending on how difficult each task is. 3 "we are trying to get students excited about the science and technology fields, the engineering fields. and they're actually solving a lot of problems as they do this. it fun to walk through the pits and see them problem solve. "each team typically has between 4 to 6 members. those teams scored points
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they're part of the champtioniship meet at western iowa tech... from there the winner will head to the state tournament in iowa city. 3 arnold's park and the iowa great lakes were the place to bebehis weekendl... r the university of okobojojwinter gagas. ouxland's chief meteorologist chad sandwell and chief photographer travis chinn bring you the sights and sounds of the fun. 3 "give me an o...o give me a k....keverywhere we went folks were excited and having a blast. some were content to hangout by the fire pit, others got involved in some of the many games and activities. "well we've beenenoing this for 5 years. every year there'e'snow or no snow. luckily we g g to play on the icicthis year, so it's just one of the addededbonuses i guess."kids young and old enjoyed a pleasant winter day. whether it was turkey bowling or coming back to defend their championship in flag football. "in the spring and in the more and do a lot more things...get out and have more fun and exercise and drink
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the games is broomball. professional teams come from all over the midwest to take part in this event, and as you can see they take this seriously."it's a pretty serious sport you know...it might only be once a year, but we like to think we go all out."after lunch, we walked around arnold's park and as people were gathering for the biggest event of the day, and it was easy to tell this year was another huge success."with everyone coming to town we get 10's of thousands of people here. it's just great, they come from all over the midwest. everyone's having a great time.""we've been out here at arnold's park all day long and no matter where you look as you can see behind me, whether it's broomball o o folks on their owmobiles, people are having a great time. but the event that drew the most interest? no doubt, the polar plunge."lots of folklined up for the most daring of events. looking at the crowds on the ice and the applause that each jumper received. the polar plunge and the other events around the area already have organizers getting ready for the 37th university of okoboji winter games. in arnold's park chad
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3 the neweststsident at zoo miami made s public debut iday.this little sumatran tiger cub was born at the zoo back in november. after getting his shots and gaining strength he was introduced into his new habitat with a ton of fans watching.the cub spent some time eating... playing... and posing for pictures before saying goodbye. the zoo says the cub won't live in the exhibit just yet... but needs to be *introduced* to it gradually. 3 3 3 3 big brothers big sisters of siouxland is planning a fundraiser that'll be a once - in - a - lifetime type of experience. you won't like it if you're afraid of heights. we'll tell you about it next in "talk of the town."
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news at sunrise, with 3 jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor" 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the storm with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. the snow area with snow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. and travel will be strongly discouraged.some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to
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3 3 how would you like the chance to rapel down the side of the howard johnson hotel in downtown sioux city. one of the really tall buildings there? you could have your chance this spring... that's why rocky welker is here for talk of the town. good morning! 3 jake and a guest or group of guests discuss upcoming
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3 thanks for 3 thanan for being with us s this morning. i iyou 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 disney princesses like the ones in "frozen" are the *stars* of their movies... but they're not the *voice.* we'll check out a study looking at out a study looking at who speaks *more* in movies. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 here's a look at your bus stop forecast. more information
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ones in "frozen" are the *stars* of their movies... but they're *not* the voice. new research shows a lot t times female characters talk *les than male characters. analysts noticed the trend after studying a dozen animated disney fairytales. c - b - s news correspondent anna werner shows us the deeper meaning behind the dialogue. 3 1. the little mermaid / disney / 1989 time: 0 :18; 1:29 - 1:33 notes: upper left2. carmen fought // pitzer college professor time: :19 - :23; :37 - :41 notes: lower third (she is intro'd in script after first bite)3. beauty and the beast ////isney // 1991 time: :43 - 1:0101notes: upper left 4. aladdin / /disney // 1992 time: 1:05 - 1 13 notes: upper left5. snow white and the seven dwarfs // disney // 1937 time: 1:14 - 1:22 notes: upper left6. cinderella // disney // 1950 time: 1:23 - 1:25 notes: upper leftbeauty // disney // 1959 time: 1:26 - 1:28 notes: upper left8. brave // disney // 2012 time: 1:34 - 1:45; 2:14 - 2:20; 2:41 - end notes: upper left9. frozen // disney // 2013 time: 1:52 - 2:08 notes: upper left10. darlena cunha // time magazine contributor time: 2:09 - 1:13; 2:21 - 2:26 notes: lower third (she is intro'd after 11. mulan // disney // 1998 time: 2:27 - 2:36 notes: upper left ctm script:
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(sot: carmen fought)"even if the princess is the most empowered, feminist role model you can possibly imagine for a girl//she can't be the shopkeeper//she can't be the person in charge of lighting the candles in the castle."and it's the *men* who do much more of the talking.(nats: gaston/beauty and the beast) "it's not right for a woman to read. she starts getting ideas! thinking!"(gfx2 over video in)in 1991's beauty and the beast, male characters spoke *seventy-one* percent of the time.in the magical world of "aladdin" men nabbed*ninety* percent of the lines. (gfx2 over video out) (nats: genie/aladdin)"look at me from the side, do i look different to you?"but that wasn't always the case.(nats: snow white)"i didn't mean to frighten you."female characters spoke as much, if not *more*, than males in disney's very first *three* princess films.(nats: cinderella)"it's midnight!" (sot: carmen fought)"when they went over from sleeping beauty to the little mermaid.//they added a lot more characters and almostll the characters they added were male."women also hold their own in some of disney's more recent movies. (nats: brave -a mother/daught
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(mother laughs)(gfx3 over video in)in the 2012 hit "brave", female characters spoke *seventy-four percent* of the timemore than any other disney princess film. (gfx3 over video out)(nats: frozen singing)"let it go!"a year later in frozen - it wawa just *forty-y-e* percenteven ththgh it's a story about two sisters that was written and co-directed by a woman.(nats: frozen)"now back up whili deal with this crook here." so how much of a problem is that? (sot: darlena cunha/time contributor)"you need to take that artwork as a whole."time contributor darlena (dar- lee-nah) cunha (coon-yah) says it's not only about word count. (sot: darlena cunha/time contributor)"we're seeing more women in charge. more women taking chances, more women being active in ththrolls that they fulfill and in their amamtion to get those roles." but fought is also looking at *what* is being said: whether it's commands, apologies, or compliments.(nats: mulan)"you fight good." (sot: carmen fought/pitzer college, all over the world -- they're watching these movies. they're incredibly popular. what
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(nats: brave)"just listen!" 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the storm with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. this evening the snow will start to move into the area with snow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged. some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to siouxland news and we will keep you ahead of the storm.
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...check out this out of this world view of pluto's atmosphere. nasa's new horizons spacecraft took the picture using infrared wavelengths.the blue ring around pluto is caused by sunlight scattering from haze particlelecommon in pluto's atatsphere. scientists think the haze is a photo - chemical smog. the white or lighter patches in the ring
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reflective or smoother areas on pluto's surface. 33 3 caucus is finally here... coming up this morning in your 6 o'clock hour... our national correspondent takes a look at the pivotal role the iowa caucuses have played and how accurate they are at predicting nomineesplus 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 right here on siouxland news
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3 here's a aook at your weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on i29 and lewis blvd.have a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 officials with the world
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geneva today to talk about ways to fight the zika virus. the virus has been linked to a rare birth defect in thousasas of babies... mostly in south america. officials are thinking about whether to declare the zika virus a global emergency.voters in iowa head to caucus today for the first presidential nominating contest in the nation. candidates made their final pleas for support sunday with polls showing tight races on both sides. forecasts are calling for snow in parts of the state starting monday night... which could have an impact on voter turnout.and... players from the denvererbronons and the carolina panthers take questions from reporters for super bowl media day... *tonight.* the teams got into the bay area sunday. media day is typically held on tuesday morning... but it'll happen tonight... the first time it's *ever* happened at night. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the 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
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coming up, country music star dierks bentley will be in studio 57. he will unveil nominees for the academy of country music awards. that's coming up, on cbs this morning. 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 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 blizzard warning has been issued for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the stororwith mostly c cudy skies and temperatures in e mid totoupper 30s. is evening the snow will start to move into the area with snow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged.
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portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to siouxland news and we will keep you ahead of the storm. 3 3 3 caucus day is finally here... and candidates are still busy explaining why they think
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nior politicacacocoespondent scott thuman shows us the final push for supporters. 3 scott thuman, chief political correspondent (0-13) (scott/looklive to run monday am-until evening live shots) in what's been a remarkable amount of build up and anticipation, it's finally herecaucus night in iowa. and monday is less about looking for support, it's morerebout convincing voters to actually go caucus. remember, it can be a somewhat lengthy process to vote here, especially depending on your party and can take in all, a couple of hours, you don't just walk in sign a ballot and walk out- that's why in these waning hours, we're hearing a lot of pleading from candidates.=(sot inserts)=(po-79sa-sanders) "we will win on monday night, if, here's the big if, if there is a large voter turnout"(po-47su- clinton) "it's close, it's competitive-(po-90sa-trump) "and if you need anything it's donald.j.trump.com they'll tell you exactly where to caucus"(thumbdrive-cruz) "come out 7p, monday night, bring your friends, bring your family, bring your neighbors" =(scott)== possibly complicating matters is an impending snow storm that may bring blizzard like conditions
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are often described as hearty souls, who probably won't be deterred by the weather. full coverage all day & night from des moines, i'm scott thuman. 3 the word "caucus" is thought to come from a native american term meaning a "gathering of chiefs." caucus - like gatherings have been going on since iowa first became a state... it wasn't until 19 - 72 they became more formal. and republicans and democrats didn't decide to caucus on the same dayayununl 1976. . siouxland news anchor larry wentz has a look back at the history of the iowa caucus. 3 that day there were more uncommitted voters than people supporting the second place finisher... future president jimmy carter. the unkown former governor of georgia revolutionized the caucuses with the door to door... cafe to cafe... personalized campaign we see today...
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gerald ford won the ucus vote over ronald reagan..3 in 1980 george h. w. bush finished first in the republican caucuses. but it was ronald reagan went on to defeat jimmy carter. in 1984 democratic caucus winner walter mondale wawacrushed in the general election by president reagan. in 1988 missouri congressman richard gephardt finished first on the democratic side. and kansas senator bob dole took the top spot for republicans. but it was third place finisher george h. w. bush who easily won the presidency over massachusetts governor michael dukakis. in 1992 iowa's own senator tom harkin won the pport of more than 70 percent democratic caucus goers. but it was 4th place finisher bill clinton who dedeated incumbant presisint bush. in 1996 bob dole of kansas was again the choice of republicans. but he lost to president clinton. in 2000 vice president al gore was the democrat's choice... losing to george w. bush by a hanging chad. democratic caucus winner john kerry also lost to bush
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little known illinois senator barack obama's "boots on the ground" campaign blind-sided hillary clinton who finished third. mike huckabee was the republican's choice. but it was senator john mccain who lost to obama. and 2012... former pennsylvania senator rick santorum finisisd above mitt romnene t it was romney o went on to lose to president obama after santorum later dropped out of the race. 3 winning the iowa caucuses is no guaranteteof gettininyour party's nomination... or winning the white house. 3 picking a favorite candidate isn't the only thing people will do at tonight's caucuses. *after* the vote i taken... they'll move on to the "platform" phase of the caucus.the "platform"... or the "plank"... is basically what you think the republican or democratic party should stand for. what ideas or
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officials to stand for? they can be very different from caucus to caucus... and party to party. the head of iowa's democratic party feels like there are quite a few issues that could be debated. 3 "college affordability seems to be something on a lot of people's minds. and i know all of the candidates are taking about that. in iowa we have a higher college debt to our population than a lot of states do. so, that's one thing i am hearing a lot about. i'm hearing about education because of our local issues. i am hearing about healthcare. 19 million people are now getting healthcare that weren't before. we're really talking about the affordability of that and how that goes into the future. and people don't want to lose healthcare that they now 3 have."the platforms developed at the local level will be debated at the county... then state... and finally *national* level ofofhe party. 3 if you *dodoplan on heading out to caucus tonight here are a few reminders.if you're not registered to vote you can do
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caucus. you need to bring a photo i - d and proof of where you live... like a utility bill or a bank statement. 3 you've got to be 18 - years - old by election day... november 8th this year.doors open at 6 tonight. to find out *where* your caucus... visit our website at ouxlandnews dot com. we've got a a story on our homepage to help you find your polling place. 3 with today's caucus all the hype is at an all - time high... so how important is the caucus? chief political correspondent scott thuman caught up with two past caucus winners. 3 -(pkg)-"nats rallies"-all the rallies, handshaking and tv time, it all comes down to monday nightand iowans, possibly, forging a path to the white house. on the flip side, it can also o ave candidates baffled. just ask 2008 winner mike ckabee.- (110) me: you u think this is the craziest iowa we've seen in a while? huckabee: every time it's crazy every time there's something unusual about it, this is certainly one for the books.-whether it's a reality tv star atop polls, or a former president stumping for his spouse:-(220) me: "what about the unpredictability of iowa? santorum: the pollingthat's what so frustrating the polls have been horribly inaccurate and you have probably the biggest polling agency in america, gallup, says they're
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race."-right now those polls show clinton & trump at the top but that's hardly slowing sasaers, cruz, rubio and the rest who knonoiowa has a way of producing surprises.-(140) huckabee: "they're a strong, hearty, intelligent group of voters when they go they study the issues and the candidates when they go. they're not easily bamboozled."-although also, not the best at predicting nomineeswhile more successful on the democratic side, they're more often than not, recently, wrong choosing republicans.(255) me: "rick santorum wins, obviously his candidacy didn't pan out, mike huckabee, same scenario, is there a lessss to be learned?" (324) kaufmann: "i would say this: sometimes iowa's gonna predict the nominee, sometime we're not."-2:35 (kaufmann) "so a jimmy carter can rise have a rick santorum go to work and actually come out a caucus winner"-(scott/standup) now with all of that said, iowa can also be looked at like a horse race, you may not win but it's still critical to show or place, that's because for the most part no candidate has ever placed out of the top three, and still become the nominee. in des moines iowa,
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3 nasa says we're learning more about t how earth got its moon.the evidence comes from rocks brought back by the apollo astronauts more than 40 years ago. scientists have long thought the moon formed after a small planet crashed into the earth... about four - and - a - half *billion* years ago. now researchers at u - c - l - a have learned the crash was a head - o ocollisioio.. not just a aglancing blow... as earlier theories stated.astrophysicists analyzed quita few moon rocks and compared them with six lcanic rocks from hawaii and arizona. they found the oxygen in all rocks... both moon and earth... had an
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that's strong evidence most of the moon was formed from primordeal earth anannot the other planan that crashed into earth. 3 3 3 as football lovers flock to northern california for the super bowl... the wineries in that are hoping they'll skip the beer and reach for a glass of white or red. up next... . we'll meet me n - f - l players and coaches immersing themselves in the wine business. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor"
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3 for some... watching football and drinking beer go gether. but this year's super bowl is being played at levi's stadium in santa clara california. that's just 85 miles south of america's premier wine region. reporter dana jacobson of "c - b - s sports network" looks at big game. 3 ctm script:
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wines in the world.there are nearly a thousand wineries within 100 miles of levi's stadium - host of this year's super bowl. york begeg hosting 8 of them at t ery 49ers home game in 2014 -- in a program called appellation 49. (01;22;50;21 dr. john york at wine counter) jy: to be honest with you since wine is not no one wanted to buy into building. so it really started here and of course there were four inexpensive wines that were down on the main floor, but as this has grown, better and better wines are served throughout the building. the stadium will serve 16 wines in the general concession area at the big gameand 100 different california wines in the suites. but it's not just the spectators who are imbibing -- yoyo even sees a growing ininrest among nfl players. (01;12;55;22 dr. john york intvu) you can find on every team, // people who are interested in wine and want to know more about the wine and how to make it -- and some get involved with the actual development and production of wine.you could say that falling in love with wine is somewhat of a job hazard in the bay areajust ask former 49ers quarterback joe montanaformer oakland raiders quarterback rick mirerand this guy (10;53;10;29 woodson picks up wine bottle----his sb ring dings on bottle) cw: man, i got this (laughter) big
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can't pour wine as well when you have a super bowl ring on. (laughs)raiders' free safety charles woodson is known as one of the nfl's best defensive players. but after retiring from the league at the end of this season, the future hall of famer is now focusing on the wine label he started over a decade ago. (10;53;22;27 dana and woodson taste wine) cw: this is our 2008. dj: what do you like about t it?cw: the 2008, man, is st -- is very -- likmy teammates would say -- it's very smooth. dj: it's very charles woodson, then.cw: it's very charles woodson.as is his new tasting room in the heart of napa valley. it feels more like a sports bar than a wine lounge with nods to each of the stops in his prolific career. the university of michiganwhere he won the heisman trophy and a national championship(wed0370 woodson scores td after interception) announcer: when michigan needs a big play, the wolverines look to number 2 - charles woodson.the green bay packers (nat) where he won a super bowl and the oakland raiders where woodson both began and ended his professional career. (10;27;32;10 woodson sit down intvu) dj: where did your love of wine come from? // 10;28;07;17 cw: it was my
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i got drafted here in 98. and uh, knew nothing about wine. and started -- somehow i started drinking merlot. woodson - like many in the raiders' franchise - was introduced to wine while attending the team's annual training camp in napa. (10;28;21;07 woodson sit down intvu) cw: every time you went or at the hotel, people were drinking wine. and i'm coming out of college -- there wasn't too much wine drinking, you know? (laughter) he discovered that he liked it. and in 2001, during his fourth season at training camp, he met winemaker rick ruizwho talked woodson into making a personal barrelthen helped him create his own label.(12;00;15;18 dana, woodson, rick ruiz in barrel room) dj: there are a athletes i would say or celebrities -- i'm going to put my name on it, it's going to be charles woodson wines, but that's it. what was different about charles?rr: he wanted to be involved. and i think that's what -- is why we're still hehe 16 years later, is because charles wanted to be involved in it. woodson's hands on approach quickly paid offwhen his 2010 cabernet made the wine specatator's top 100 list. (12;02;47;23 dana, woodson, rick ruiz in barrel room) rr: we got the cover of the wine spectator which we'd been, which is huge in our -- wine world. i told charles, this is like winning the heisman. it's the wine heisman. (laughter) (10;36;32;29 woodson sit down intvu) cw: it meant a great deal. i mean -- that's respectability in the wine community. 10;30;58;06 cw: you know, the wine business is a funny business in thth, people don't drink it because of your
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juice asashey say. // had to be a heisman trophy winning wine. cw: absolutely. it's gotta be a gotta be a champion. that's what i am, so thing. 3 3 a group of young unmarried women take on the big city in
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3 blizzard warning has been issued for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the storm with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. this evening the snow will start to move into the area with snow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged. some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to siouxland news and we will keep you ahead of the storm.
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3 a group of young unmarried women take on the big city in a new comedy... and actors honor their peers at the screen actors guild awards. suzanne marques has your eye on entertainment. 3 trt 1:25 ((pkg script)) ------------------------with less than a month to go before the oscars, hollywood's actors honored ththr peers at saturday's screeeeactors guild awardsds.leonardo dicaprio, who o had already won a golden globe and a critics choice award for his role in "the revenant," was the top male actor.(sot) dicaprio sot: "thank you for listening to an overly
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13 year old who wanted to go to auditions. i wouldn't be here without you."brie larson also followed up her golden globe the top female acting honor, for her role as a protective mother in "room." (standup bridge:)the sag awards are usually a good indicator for who will walk away with an academy award.the award for outstanding acting for a cast went to "spotlight." //(natsot)"i'm going to teach you how to be single..."and vying for next year's awards, rebel wilson, dakota johnson and leslie mann star in the new film, "how to be single." (sot leslie mann)"how to be single, how to enjoy that time in your life before you get married and have kids and decide to do what you want to do."the three play unmarried women living it up and looking for love in the big apple.(sot - rebel wilson - actress) so many girls think 'i will be complete' when they find the perfect man"how to be single" also stars alison brie... it opens nationwide on february entertainment. suzanne
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... a school in iowa used cookies and cake to demonstrate the process of caucusing. what's your favorite kind cookie or cake? 3 3 and while you're there... why not share a selfie. from now until february 5th you can post a selfie with your valentine on our facebook page... or at siouxland news dot com... and you could be a winner.once all the entries are in we'll open up the voting and announce the winner here on siouxland news at sunrise. the winner will get a prize package from sunnybrook floror and
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stitches with viking... and jodean's steakhouse lounge and buffet. 3 3 still to come... the beargrease is a grueling 383 - mile sled dog marathon... and for one family... it's become a tradition. we'll show you what goes into preparing for the big race.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) caca your weather and morning news are all ahead. keep it right here
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3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist
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3 blizzard warning has been issued for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the storm with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. this evening the snow will start to move into the area with snow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged. some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to siouxland news and we
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3 the beargrease is a grueling 383 - mile sled dog marathon... and for one family... it's become a tradition. c - b - s news correspondent jamie (you - cuss) yuccas takes a look. 3
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participated in the race... which is less than half than what it was almost a decade ago.but for wallins and her family... it goes beyond the trail... (sot) "it's a very moving, it's very spiritual // and it's a great time to get your family outdoors and see the crazy dogs"a relationship rooted deep in tradition... now up to the future generation to stay on course... jamie yuccas... cbs news. 3 the popular sioux city restaurant damaged by a fire earlier this month will be re - opening this
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of volunteers and sneaky's supporters spent the past three weeks renovating the restaurant after a shed fire caused severe smoke damange. yesterday the owners took the time to thank all the people who helped make the re - opening happen so quickly with a special thank - you dinner. sneaky's owner... dave farris... says the support they got is unbelievable. 3 dave ferris (owner) "it's beautiful, it's phenomenal. we had a great team put it back together in less than three weeks. it's pretty remarkable." michelle maas (event attendee) "it's just absolutely amazing. everything is nice, clean, fresh. it's all family that comes here so i'm just so happy it's back open."others say sneaky's is a have a nice meal and take time to enjoy the company of loved ones. sneaky's chicken will re - open to the public this morning at 11 a - m. 3 to get ready for that winter storm tomorrow... lifeserve blood center is asking the community to give blood 3 lifeserve relies on generous donors to "roll up their sleeves to ensure the blood supply remains at stable levels." the winter weather
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drop to critically low levels... that's why they encourage giving blood before and after the storm. the full process only takes an hour. donors are asked to schedule appointments or just walk - in to donate. you can make appointments online... we've got the link in this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. 3 the stem club at west high school were part of the first tech challenge thirteen teams designed robots to finish a variety of tasks... like maneuvering plastic balls and pegs to designated areas... and using a hook to lift the robot off the ground. the teams earn points depending on how difficult each task is. 3 "we are trying to get students excited about the science and technology fields, the engineering fields. and they're actually solving a lot of problems as they do this. it fun to walk through the pits and see them problem solve. "each team typically has between 4 to 6 members. those teams scored points that'll carry through to when
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champtioniship meet at western iowa tech... from there the winner will head to the state tournament in iowa city. 3 after almost two years of construction... the u - s - s sioux city was finally the (muh - naw - muh - nee) menominee river in marinette wisconsin. our own ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran was at the marinette marine shipyards... where hundreds of people watched the remarkable ceremony. 3 super: a momentous occasion for uss sioux city, the ship that was christened today, will travel around the world and serve the nation's military.super: uss sioux city christening marinette, wishe was honored, celebrated, and christened.the united states navy ship bearing the name one of iowa's largest cities, the uss sioux city lcs-11."it is an honor today to see a ship that we've been tracking for about the last 18 months finally go into the water and start her journey to be a part of the united states navy." u.s. senator for wisconsin, tammy baldwin: "to see it land in the water is so, so
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the warship now in water, honoring the patriotic and hardworking citizens of sioux city, a northwest iowa city, with more than 80,000 people. mayor bob scott: "what a great honor for not only me, but our community."at the saturday morning ceremony, hundreds of people, family, friends, supporters listened, as navy officials, honorable guests, and officers gave a speech, promising the ship's powerful capabilities in protecting our country."i can imagine a future where sailors deploy on uss sioux city, lookout to the horizons when the sun sets, and it's a calm, the kind of calm that's precious for crews who's been at sea."united states navy, admiral, michelle howard said the christening is a historic event, not just for wisconsin and iowa, but for the entire united states."this is the spirit of iowa and reflective of honor, courage, and commitment of all our united states sailors""i mean unbelievable that i've been chosen to be the sponsor of
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freedom ship will have a crew of 50 sailors and home-ported in mayport, florida. the 387-foot-long, heavily armed vessel designed to detect mines, anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, and assist with humanitarian operations."this crew's ready to take this ship probably about a year from now and get her now and start putting her through the paces, and get her to where ever they need to." military officials the uss sioux city will safeguard americans and forge new frontiers.reporting in marinette, wisconsin, i'm jetske wauran, siouxland news. 3 3 heart disease is the number one cause of death in america. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show
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cardiac problems. 3 here's a look at your bus stop
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about this blizzard 3 coming up next. 3 "you're watching news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor" 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the storm with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. this evening the snow will start to move into the area with snow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged. some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could
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tuned to siouxland news and we will keep you ahead of the storm.
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3 heart disease is the number one cause of death in america. siouxland news reporter kayla novak shows us how doctors diagnose cardiac problems. 3 february is american heart month to boost awareness for america's 3 number one cause of death... heart disease. at mercy caridology, doctors help patients with all aspects of this disease. one aspect is
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studied with electrophysiology testing. "the important thing is that we need to know exactly what is causing adnormally fast or abnormally slow rhythms. and may of times we can get soem clue by looking at electrocardio grams or by looking at the halter monitor that the patient undergoes before electrophysiol ogical studies. "the patient will visit the electophyiology lab for an exact diagnosis. most patients are awake during the prodecure or he or she can be moderatly sudated if they are anxious or uncomfortable. "and then we put three to four catheters inside the patients heart. most of these catheters usually go through the groin veins and sometimes we have to put catheters neck veins.'' then the heart is stimulated electrically or with medication or a combination of the two. during this period doctors can determine what part of the heart causing the irregular heart be at. ''now those rhythms which are more common usually come from the top chambers of the heart. and the beauty of them... most of them they can be cured with the catheter abliations. after we find an exactly what the cause of the abnormally fast rhythm is." but, if the heart beat is irregularly slow.. "after pinpointing the diagnosis, we can offer them the appropriate treatment options. most of the time it is usually a pace maker." be sure to talk with your doctor about your heart health. kayla
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3 everyone in your facebook feed is about to become a broadcaster. we'll take a look next in your c - net tech
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3 good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)... as
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(sponsor) camera. 3 there's a new music streaming service with some serious star power behind it. here's your c - net tech update. 3 everyone in your facebook feed is about to become a broadcaster. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. facebook has finally opened up its live video broadcast feature to more people. right now, everyone with an iphone in the us can stream live video to their friends on facebook - right from the phone. the network is still working on a version for android. you'll find it inside the status update, just click the icon of a person with a broadcast signal halo - i like to think of it as the holy saint of video - blessed be thy livestream. you create a title, and choose who you want to see it. when your ready, go live. bam, there's no going back - this is happening, you are live. friends can comment in real time and when they do, you should answer them or say
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video, to be able to interact with questions and comments in real time. you can also like a comment. you can also see how many people are watching. the concept is the same as twitter's periscope, but the comments do not pop up on top of the video. on facebook, it all just sits under the broadcast. i think i like how periscope does it better, make it more interactive and lively. facebook has been testing and gradually rolling out live video for the past 5 months, as it tries to play catchup to twitter's more- popular periscope app. and of course meerkat started this live streaming buzz first when it launched last year. but the biggest difference is that facebook videos will live forever to be watched by your friends who missed it live, unless you delete it. on periscope, the videos last only about a day before they vanish. on meerkat, the iphone app has the choice to save a stream to your profile. meerkat has some neat tools, like being able to let a friend jump into a broadcast from their phone, but most people abandoned the app and are just using periscope these days. poor wittle meerkat.in other news, what was once free is no more on itunes. apple's itunes radio stations used to be free, but now and can only be accessed with an apple
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costs $10 a month after the trial period. the only thing left free is beats 1 radio, and some news stations like npr, bbc news and espn. apple music and spotify are at the top of the paid-music- streaming food chain, but the little service tidal, launched by jay-z, madonna and other music celebs is still fighting. it hopes to get some attention again with the help of rihanna, whose new album anti just made an unexpected exclsive debut, and it did draw in more than a million trial subscribers. the album is coming to other services in a week.that's it for this tech update. but if you're still hungry for more, you'll find a tech feast at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey 3 "weather on the ones brought
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3 blizzard warning has been issued for monday evening through wednesday morning. today will be the calm before the storm with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. this evening the snow will start to move into the area with snow accumulations beginning overnight. tomorrow will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 8-12" for most of the area. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged. some of the southeastern portions of siouxland could see over a foot of snow. stay tuned to siouxland news and we
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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 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on i29 and lewis blvd.have a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3
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health organization meet in geneva today to talk about ways to fight the zika virus. the virus has been linked to a rare birth defect in thousands of babies... mostly in south america. officials are thinking about whether to declare the zika virus a global emergency.voters in iowa head to caucus today for the first presidential nominating contest in the nation. candidates made their final pleas for support sunday with polls showing tight races on both sides. forecasts are calling for snow in parts of the state starting monday night... which could have an impact on voter turnout.and... players from the denver broncos and the carolina panthers take questions from reporters for super bowl media day... *tonight.* the teams got into the bay area sunday. media day is typically held on tuesday morning... but it'll happen tonight... the first time it's *ever* happened at night. 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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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, february 1st, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." the moment of truth in iowa. caucus day is finally here. we are on the campaign trail. plus interviews with hillary clinton and donald trump. the zika virus may be declared a global emergency. dr. jon lapook reports from brazil, the epi center of the growing pandemic.
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bentley is here today to unveil
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