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"this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 3 good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning. 3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be
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strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through early wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead of the storm. 3 3 3 the 20 - 16 iowa caucuses are in the books... and now the race for the white house takes as c - b - s news correspondent marlie hall shows us from des moines... while republicans have a clear winner... iowa democrats *haven't* declared a winner and say the race is too close to call. 3 (pkg)-nats-the democratic contest in iowa remains unresolved this morning...with hillary clinton and bernie
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both candidates addressed their supporters late last night...as the numbers were still being counted: (sot hillary clinton) i want you to know i will keep standing for you; i will keep fighting for you(sot bernie sanders) we are going to create an economy that works for working families not just for the billionaire classthe virtual tie means both candidates will likely leave iowa with roughly the same number of delegates. but pundits say the result doesn't bode well for sanders: (sot lynda tran/cbs news political analyst) this was a must-win night for bernie, and a tie is probably not going to cut it. he didn't turn out the quote-unquote obama coalition as he would have hoped. (standup marlie hall cbs news des moines, ia) republican turnout here in iowa shattered records...as voters handed victory to ted cruz over donald trump.(sot ted cruz) tonight is a victory for grassroots//tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and across this great nation // (sot donald trump) we finished second, and i want to tell you something i'm just honored.all eyes are now on marco rubio - who pulled away with a third place finish last night, only
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(sot steve chaggaris/ cbs news senior political editor) it's not only going to be cruz and trump going after rubio it's going to be bush and christie. the focus of the 2016 presidential campaign now shifts to new hampshire...whi ch holds the first in the nation primary next week. marlie hall cbs news des moines, iowa. 3 3 democrats had to choose between three candidates last night... but only two of them had major support. as of now... with 99 percent of precincts statewide reporting hillary clinton looks like she'll beat bernie sanders in a neck and neck race.here's a breakdown of the results... again... this is with 99 percent of precints statewide reporting. hillary has 49 point 9 percent... bernie sanders has 49 point 6 percent... martin o'malley has less than 1 percent... he's announced he's dropping out of the race.here are the numbers in woodbury county,,, hillary got 46 percent... bernie got 53 percent... and martin o'malley got less than 1
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plymouth county... mrs. clinton got 55 percent... bernie sanders got 45 percent... martin o'malley got zero percent.and in sioux county... clinton got 48 percent... sanders got 51 percent... and o'malley got zero percent. 3 3 looks like texas senator ted cruz is this year's iowa cuacus winner on the republican side... with 99 percent of precincts reporting.here are how the numbers break down for the top six candidates in iowa: cruz with 28 percent... donald trump with 24 percent... marco rubio with 23 percent... ben carson with 9 percent... rand paul with 5 percent... and jeb bush with 3 percent.but it looks like donald trump won woodbury county... with 100 percent of the vote counted... cruz was just behind him followed by rubio... carson... rick santorum... and rand paul rounding out the top six.in plymouth county the top 6 are trump...cruz...rubio... carson...bush...and paul.and in sioux county...
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carson...trump...paul...and santorum. 3 like we said... based on the results out of iowa... democratic candidate martin o'malley has dropped out and on the republican side... 2008 iowa caucus winner mike huckabee is ending his campaign after finishing in 9th place with two percent of the vote. 3 democrats and republicans across the state were in schools... churches... and homes to make their picks last night. in sioux city... some democrats came together at bryant elementary. our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran was there. 3 at bryant elementary school in sioux city, hundreds of democratic voters congregated at the campus gym."that's democracy, that's real democracy,"a packed room with over 300 people, "very interesting."going into three groups and backing their preferred candidates, hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and martin o'malley."anytime that you talk about education being more affordable or college for
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resonates for free. i mean it's a big problem for them as far as trying to further education."first time caucus-goers say they're excited."i think it's a privilege to be born in this type of government and to take part in it."despite being the oldest contender in the race, bernie sanders is drawing much from younger voters here in iowa."i"m really into bernie, he's got it, he's legit." martin o'malley supporters speaking up...really pressing for o'malley?oh you bet! so when he announced he was running i was really excited. once the votes were cast, caucus officials used an app or call in to submit their results.hillary is the one who needs to be in there, i mean she's the one..she's got the experience.3 3 and quite a few precincts of sioux city republicans were at east high for *their* caucus. reporter nick (pop - hum) popham was there for *their*
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3 the iowa caucuses act as sort of the beginning to the end of the election process.with all of the country fixated on the midwestern state-caucus precincts like this one at east high school in sioux city-help everyone get a sense of who could be the next president in a different way. "it's really the beginning of the whole political process. this is where raw democracy begins. so it's more than just sitting there casting a ballot, going to the polling place, pushing a lever or filling out a form. you actually get to participate in helping run the parties."this specific precinct is for registered republicans deciding which of the dozen candidates will get the majority's support.neighbors within the area have come together to sign in to receive a ballot-or register to vote in order to caucus.while some of the candidates are seasoned caucus goers-first timers have a few main reasons why they are here."i think it's important that young people get involved. every vote matters, so, you have to get
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we're the future of the united states."the auditorium was filled with people supporting a variety of candidates for specific issues."i just think that the economy and our world situation, people want to have their say and be able to hopefully make things better." what makes the republican caucuses different is that it's done by secret ballot along with representatives spending a short amount of time advocating for their own candidate.at east high-there were advocates for around half of the people running.this siouxland precinct gives sioux city a glimpse of how the rest of the state is spending caucus night.at east high-nick popham-siouxland news. 3 some republicans were at a home in the southeastern woodbury county town of smithland for *their* caucus.thirty people were in the home of charles bromander to cast their ballots. the bromanders have been holding the caucus at their home since the '70s... they think it's good for the community and helps encourage educated voting.
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they just feel a little more comfortable and they are more likely to speak their mind than they are in a bigger setting. "charles feels like caucusing at home like this helps bring out the vote... and that's especially important in such a small community. 3 and turnout really *is* key for winning the caucuses.democrats saw a record turnout of 240 - thousand people in 2008... when barack obama got the upset and came in first... with hillary clinton finishing third. a little more than 171 - thousand democrates caucused last night.republicans had a record turnout of 121 - thousand in 20 - 12 when rick santorum was the winner. the g - o - p says it's counted a record 171 - thousand people voting last night. 3 but get this... winning the iowa caucuses isn't a good predictor of who's going to win the white house. in fact... only *two* have done it.in the year 2000 george w. bush finished first with 41 percent of the republican vote
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term. in 2008 barack obama upset john edwards and hillary clinton... and eventually won his first term as president. 3 all eyes were on iowa last night... but this morning... all eyes will be on punxsutawney pennsylvania.it's groundhog day after all... "punxsutawney phil" is going to make his annual weather prediction. if phil sees his shadow... we should get ready for six more weeks of winter. but if he doesn't... we should expect warmer temperatures and an early spring.but phil's predictions aren't always on the mark. since 19 - 88... phil has been right 13 times but wrong 15 times. last year the groundhog saw his shadow. but while we had below - average temperatures in february... temperatures went above - average in march. 3
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3 snow is falling across siouxland and winds are picking up. details about this blizzard are up next. 3 3 coming up... negotitions meant to end the war in syria are going on right now in geneva switzerland. we'll show you how the crisis could get much worse if negotiations fail. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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taylor"3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit 3 union" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday morning. today will
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snowfall and accumulations of 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through early wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead 3
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... it's a good idea to stay inside today. what do you
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anywhere?3 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 floral and greenhouse... granny's stitches with viking... and jodean's steakhouse lounge and buffet. 3 pizza hut has a golden opportunity this superbowl sunday... c - b - s news correspondent (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 monday was a mixed day for the markets.the dow closed down 17 points after being in the red
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with the nasdaq, which close with a modest gain of 6/// lumber liquidators has agreed to pay 13 million dollars in criminal fines for illegally trafficking wood into the u-s from an area that serves as the habitat for endangered siberian tigers. last year a 60 minutes investigation found the hard wood flooring retailer made laminate flooring contains dangerous amounts of toxic formaldehyde. that investigation is ongoing. ///pizza hut is offering a golden opportunity this superbowl sunday. the chain is putting an expensive twist on its stuffed garlic knots pizza by sprinkling one hundred dollars worth of edible gold shavings on top. chain executives say since the big game is being played in the golden state - they felt it was only appropriate to serve the limited edition meal. customers in select scities will have the chance to win one of the 50 golden pizzas - along with a one hundred dollar pizza hut gold card/// shopping for a new cell phone? maybe something cute and cat related? search no more - the hello kitty phone will soon hit store shelves. the feline shaped flip phone offers wi-fi, 3g connectivity and bluetooth for about a hundred dollars. the hello kitty flip phone will be available in april of this year///that's
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for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york. im hena daniels 3 3 negotitions to end the war in syria are going on in geneva switzerland right now... but as c - b - s news correspondent allen pizzey shows us... as peace talks start... syrians are still dying by the dozens. and we'd like to warn you, some of these images may be disturbing. 3 vo: this turkish beach is a long wayand no distance at all...from the would-be peace talks in geneva. even as the participant argued over whether or not to actually get down to businessdrowned children and their families fleeing the conflict washed up on shore.by some counts thirty- five times more people have tried to make the perilous
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compared with january last year.at least two hundred and fifty are believed to have drowned this month alone. (damascus bombings)vo: this is the kind of horror that makes them take the risk.dozens of people were killed in damascus today when a car bomb went off in a predominately shiite suburb.two suicide bomber then struck rescuers....adding to the carnage.is claimed to have sent them.(kerry speaking)"without negotiations, the bloodshed will drag on,vo: in a video message secretary of state john kerry called on participants in the peace talks to "seize the opportunity" to bring an end to the conflict.the talks are supposed to begin in some form on monday...and humanitarian issues will be high in the agenda.(sot sos john kerry) this conflict could easily engulf the region, if left to spiral completely out of control. that is what the negotiations in geneva can prevent."(talks various/beach/b ombings)vo: but so far the parties to the talks are refusing to even speak to each other directly to each otherin spite of the messages from a damascus suburband a
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3 3 after the break... an exhibit at grand view university in des moines shows us 40 years of iowa caucuses. we'll take a look at a gallery of iconic caucus moments. 3 snow is falling across siouxland and winds are
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blizzard are up next.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with
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through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through early wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead
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3 the modern iowa caucuses date back to 1972 when ed muskie... a democratic senator... finished second to "uncommitted." c - b - s news correspondent dean reynolds found a place where the starting line of the presidential race always ends in a photo finish. 3
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or even obama when he was here. and with dean, it was the opposite. it sort of doomed his campaign. (13 at 17:57) (on camera me): this is your picture?(wells): this is my picture. (2 at 14:17) former des moines register photographer doug wells captured howard dean (168) hitting the highest note at his lowest point. today wells is 3 the curator for this exhibit. (wells): we just started shooting. we knew this was different. something was happening. (4 at 16:26) (me): he didn't ask for a copy of this picture did he?(wells): not that i know of. (laughs.) (5 at 18:29) mike huckabee visits the barber shop... (174) and jams with the king (83). michelle bachmann beholds a side of beef. (wells): i think what we were all wondering is why she decided to visit the meat locker. (6 at 7:43) (24). there are protests... and arreststhe flag is here... in abundance. (184) mitt romney the candidate (14 or 78 or 77) always seemed freshly pressed. and on caucus night four years
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premature victory rally. photographer christopher gannon spotted it. (gannon): this gentleman came out and plugged in an iron and i'm thinking to myself what is going on here? (7 at 29:51) it's a question you can ask about a lot of these amazing photos. (give me a montage: kennedy, wesley clark, lieberman, edwards, gore.) and one of the great things about the caucus is that there will be many more to come. (crowds of people (16) (obama with a toy 124) dr cbs news des moines 3 3 still to come... the n - f - l turned its traditional media day into a prime time opening night to the super bowl. we'll have the highlights of the media circus. you're watching
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33 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat
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3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through early wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead of 3 the storm. 3 the n - f - l turned its traditional media day into a prime time opening night to the super bowl. the denver broncos and carolina panthers both took the floor with a halftime show in - between. reporter jamie (you - cuss)
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3 (pkg) nats of crowd. super bowl 50 opening night kicked off with a huge production at the sap center in san jose. natsthe denver broncos took center stage first. sot: peyton manning i didn't even realize i was on a bridge until i walked out here and the big question will veteran quarterback peyton manning retire after the big game? he says he doesn't know. nats -- then came the carolina panthers reporters swarmed all 11 booths set up for all the key players and coaches from both teams jamie yuccas on cam bridge: when trying to get to the night's biggest names, like panther's quarter back cam newton, this is where reporters start and then fight for position. jamie: are you having fun? cam newton: right now, not a lot. this week: it will be great.the nfl wanted to take away some of the crazy antics of years past- but there were still costumes and of course light hearted questions for the playersthe broncos von miller was
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jamie: you're a fashionable guy: i put on what they told me, no crazy hat? it's about my team and staying focused.a show for fans who left soaking in some of biggest names in football ahead of the biggest game of the year.jamie yuccas, cbs news, san jose 3 both teams 3 cbs news, san jamie yuccas, cbs news, san jose 3 both teams will take a day off today then get back to practice wednesday. 3 if you've been listenin' to cat this morning... you know we're going to see blizzard conditions all through siouxland for most of the day today. our own siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll talked to the iowa department of transportation yesterday... to find out what they're doing to get ready to clear the roads before... during... and *after* the snow falls. 3 blizzard alerts stretch from
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southern minnesota, and the worst of it hitting right here in siouxland. with snow totals that could reach up to a foot paired with sustained winds over 30 mph, the storm will likely bring whiteout conditions. a day before the storm hits, the iowa dot is already preparing. "we're getting trucks ready. we're getting some loads of salt that are coming in today, so we're checking trucks and blades and lights. travel is highly discouraged, but the dot says they will be doing their best to keep the roads safe. "trucks are out as the weather dictates we need to be out, so we're monitoring road conditions often and they're out as the weather is needed." there is a slim chance that parts of i29 could close down due to accidents or snow totals. in this event, on ramps will be closed until the conditions improve. the dot encourages anyone who must travel to check their website for updated road conditions. we have the links to their websites in this story at siouxland news dot com"best thing is to keep an eye on the 511 website and keep and eye on road conditions for yourself. if you can stay home, stay home. give us a little extra room and watch for lights and give us some space." in sioux city...
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news. 3 3 sioux city public transit is ready for today's snowstorm... all public transit services for today are cancelled. a decision on what's happening wednesday will be made sometime today. you can find the latest closings and cancellations scrolling along the bottom of your screen and online at siouxland news dot com... we've also got links to road condition websites for iowa... nebraska... *and* south dakota online. 3 sioux city fire rescue is ready for the blizzard... too.the biggest issue during storms are car accidents. so slow down or don't travel at all if you don't have to. but when the storm's over... it's time to worry about hidden fire hydrants. 3 "so obviously we encourage everyone in sioux city if you have a hydrant in your neighborhood or on your block to help us out and dig those out and otherwise we start driving around and looking for
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"digging out those hydrants could make a big difference for responding fire crews... and saving someone's life or house from a fire. 3 two men from *wisconsin* are in jail at storm lake... being held on suspicion of murdering a 5 - year - old in a drive - by shooting late last month.22 - year - old eric salazar - mota and 23 - year - old sergio ortiz - raygoza... both of (bell - oh - it) beloit wisconsin... are accused of shooting the boy while trying to shoot his dad on januaua 22nd in (bell - oh - it) beloit. storm lake police were told the two could be in their area sunday afternoon... that's when they started a search. their vehicle was found near the lake... and police set up a watch on it. just after 11... the vehicle started driving off and was followed by officers... who pulled it over a few blocks later and arrested the two.o. they're in the ena vista county jail without bail... waiting to get sent back to wisconsin. 3 need a valentine's day gift?
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out!it's that time of year again... you can buy those famous gourmet double - chocolate carmel apples. each apple costs 15 dollars and the moneneraised between now and february 6th helps the shelter take care of more than 3 - thousand animals each year. for 20 - 16... the shelter expects to make about 13 - thousand apples. 3 "this is a wonderful project that helps out the animals and we thank each and every one of our volunteers for coming in lending a hand. this would not be popoible without them."this is the 20th year for the apple fundraiser. if you want to order an apple... call the shelter at (712) 252 - 2614 extention seven. 3 there is breaking news in sports this morning... on the eve of national signing day.our own chris nenenhouse is reporting norfolk catholic senior running back david (engel - hoff) engelhaupt has decided to de - commit from the university of wyoming.
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scholarship offer from nebraska. the huskers offered him a scholarship yesterday and just this morning we've learned he'll be headed to lincoln instead of the university of wyoming. (engel - hoff) engelhaupt will moststlikely plalatight t d and defensive end on the next level. he was a star running back for the knights. 3 and if you're excited for the super bowl... forget about it. there's *bigger* game happening sunday... with *tinier* players.kitten bowl three airs on the hallmark channel. sunday's game is boomer (es - eye - son)'s esiason's second turn as the feline football league commissioner. hallmark also got some help from host beth stern and the north shore animal league america... which supplied about 100 rescue kittens to fill up hallmark's bite - size football field. 3 was decked out with scratchy goalposts and plenty of cat toys to keep the action moving when the event was taped in october. all of
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taken home for fostering by beth stern. her husband... howard stern... is the official cat *namer* of the family. they've got six cats right now... and always have a steady stream of foster animama. 3 3 3 3 get ready for 130 years of the norm waitt senior y - m - c - a. we'll tell you aobut it... next... in "talk of the town." 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor"
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meteorologist 3 cat taylor"
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issued for today through wednesday morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through early wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead
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3 the norm waitt sr. ymca in south sioux city is having a 130th birthday celebration on
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will be e great chance for you to share your own story of how the "y" has helped you throughout the years!erica deleon joined jake on siouxland news at sunrise to talk about the fundraising campaign the ymca is also kicking off this year!to find out even more, please call (402) 404 - 8439 or visit
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3 3 carolina panthers quarterback cam newton made a questionable fashion decision. we'll tell you the story behind the zebra pants. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 snow is falling across siouxland and winds are
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blizzard are up next.3 3 good morning, (downtown sioux city)... it's (32 degrees and the snow is flying) out there. it is (time)... and we're taking a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 for this weekend's super bowl
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quarterbacks peyton manning and cam newton. but all eyes were on newton just recently... and not for football. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos has the story. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- should quarterback cam newton 3 get penalized for those pants? is arriving for the super bowl 3 in zebra pants a fashion fumble?"it's a female's pants" "it's ugly...i'm sorry to say but it's ugly.""tres chic but a little too loud for my taste."chic and not cheap. they're versace. and sell for around 850 bucks, if they weren't sold out. though they may have been sold out before the carolina panthers quarterback wore them.he posed for his teammate...actually the flamboyant quarterback was restrained.at least he didn't wear the matching shirt.one guy on twitter compared cam to a retired wrestler. "does brutus beefcake know cam newton stole his pants?" "wait a second. were cam's pants yellow and black or blue and black?""i wouldn't be caught
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caught wearing those.""me? no." "would you wear them?""i think i would actually. he's totally rocking them." "it's good." "it's good?"note the matching gold toed, gold heeled loafers. (jeanne moos, new york) "but what's a panther doing wearing zebra?"after all, in africa a panther has spots. it's called a leopard and it preys on young zebras.a meteorologist joked that cam newton's pants were apparently from the okapi collection...that's a relative of the giraffe with striped legs like a zebra.but most guys weren't ready for zebra pants."for me, it's too tight for men, ha."no tighter than his uniform. besides no one complains that this guy wears his stripes skin tight."he's at the 10. he's at the 5. touchdown"talk about a backfield in motion.jeanne
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3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window 3 world" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through early wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead of the storm.
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...she barely knows how to walk... but at 14 months... sloan henderson is learning to shred on a snowboard.her parents started her off in their north salt lake backyard. friday she hit the slopes in park city. the baby's parents say she loves it. 3 3 are you ready to get older? coming up in our 6 o'clock
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of the surprising things experts say about getting older.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 right here on siouxland news at
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3 3 here's a look at your weather
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3 3 good morning, thisiss sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on hamiliton and w 4th sthave 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 the centers for disease control is adding more tropopal destinations... . like costa rica and nicaragua... a list of countries pregnant women should avoid because of the zika virus outbreak. this came yesterday as officials with the world health organization declared the virus an international emergency. the virus has been linked to a rare birth defect in thousands of babies... mostly in south america.back in the states... e focus of the 20 - 16 presidential campaiai shifts new hampshire now...
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caucuses. iowa voters handed a huge victory to ted cruz over republican frontrunner donald trump. votes are still be counted in the neck and neck race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders.and... the superbowl 50 mania is taking over the country now. things officially kicked off yesterdadaas players from the rolina pantntrs and the denver broncos met the media for the first time. the two teams face off for the big game this sunday in san francisco. 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'u' see in an hour on cbs "t"ts morning".i am c crlie rosese coming up, the focus of the presidential race shifts from iowa to new hampshire. we are there with the candidates. 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.thanan for starting
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heller.and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulationonof 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to
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45+mph gusts we will see through the e y.snows will tonight through early weesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead of the storm. 3 3 3 forty percent of older americans surveyed think they're very prepared for the aging process... but professionals who work with seseors see a *much* different story and they say lot of time senior citizens find out too late. special correspondent sheila gray has a family 4 - 1 - 1 on why waiting for a crisis could force families to make some bad decisions. 3 ((package))34:57 nats- does everybody want them? marlene hamilton is making lunch plans at epic house. epic stands for elderly people in commumuty.21:12 marlene- they don't have the family to help them out. marlene works with folks who didn't have the resources to plan for retirement. she *did* plan. she had a 401k and a good financial advisor. 23:08 marlene - it was 2-3 years after i retired. that's when the stocks went (makes sound),
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who lost pretty much all of their investments. marlene 17:51:54 chuck - i think maybe i was surprised i actually lived this long. friends chuck deuser and larry dullaghan stay healthy by working out at their local senior center. they have prepared for this part of life by staying active, but admit there are surprises.17:56:63 - larry- i can't do what i used to do. i remember years ago i'd go hunt, and we'd come 3 home fm work, and i wouldn't come home until sunday on the weekend. i can't do that anymore. a survey by the national council on aging shows a big gap in perceptions about the aging process. while older americans' top physical and mental health.. doctors, financial planners and others who work with seniors say they need to be planning better for affordable housing and protecting their money.8:24 - laurie - they underestimate how much long term care costs. they are in denial that they are going to need care, underestimate housg, health needs all the time about preparations for aging. what she most wants people to remember is - they have to make choices about how and where they want to live -- and how to pay for it *before* there's a crisis.super sheila gray 18:06:14 it's
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like living options and long term care before you need them - and laurie says it's worth the money to consult an with an expert, so you make good decisions when there *is* a crisis. even more important - mily conversations. that doesn't cost a thing.18:54 laurie - bebeg up front and honest about who's going to do what, who's going to take care of mom. senior centers are good place to start looking for resources to help with those conversations. not to mention - finding a purpose. 24:40 marlene - i thought i'd be sitting in my suroom having tea every morning and reading the paper, but actually it was kind of boring. marlene's financial crisis led to a job she loves. helping seniors is helping *her* with more than money.51:16 chuck - i think it's important that you can have a resaon to get out of bed. a lot of pepole don't. i think if you can get in the morning and say good morning god instead of good god it's morning. that's the start of a good day. proof that attitude is everything. and
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3 3 democrats had to choose between three candidates last night... but only two of them had major support. as of now... with 9 9percent of precincts statatide reporting llary clinton looks like she'll beat bernie sanders in a neck and neck race.here's a breakdown of the results... again... this is with 99 percent of precints statewide reporting. hillary has 49 point 9 percent... bernie sanders has 49 point 6 percent... martin o'malley has less than 1 percent... he's announced he's dropping out of the race.here are the numbers in woodbury county,,, llary got 46 percent... bernie got 53 percent... and
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percent.up highway 75 in plymouth county... mrs. clinton got 55 percent... bernie sanders got 45 percent... martin o'malley got zero percent.and in sioux county... clinton got 48 percent... sanders got 51 percent... and o'malley got zero percent. 3 3 looks like texas senator ted cruz is this year's iowa cuacus winner on the republican side... with 99 percent of precincts reporting.here are how the numbers break down for the top six candidates in iowa: cruz with 28 percent... donald trump with 24 percent... marco rubio with 23 percent... ben carson with 9 percent... rand paul with 5 percent... and jeb bush with 3 percent.but it looks like donald trump won woodbury county... with 100 percent of the vote counted... cruz was just behind him followed by rubio... carson... rick santorum... and rand paul rounding out the top six.in plymouth county the top 6 are trump...cruz...rubio... carson...bush...and paul.and in sioux county... the top six are cruz...rubio... carson...trump...paul...and
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3 like we said... based on the results out of iowa... democratic candidate martin o'malley has dropped out and on the republican side... 2008 iowa caucus winner mike huckabee is ending his campaign after finishing in 9th place with two percent of the vote. 3 democrats and republicans across the state were in schools... churches... and homes toto makekeheir picks lala nighgh in sioux city... some democrats came together at bryant elementary. our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran was there. 3 at bryant elementary school in sioux city, hundreds of democratic voters congregated at the campus gym."that't'3 democracy, that's real democracy,"a packed room with
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interesting."going g to three groups and baing their preferred candidates, hillary 3 clinton, bernie sanders, and martin o'malley."anytime that you talk about educationoneing momo affordable or college for frfr, that definitely resonates fofofree. i mean it's a big problbl for them as far as trying tourther education."first time caucus-goers say they're excited."i think it's a privilege to be born in this type of government and to take part in it."despite being fhe oldestontender in bernie sanders is drawing much from younger voters here in iowa." i"m really into bernie, he's got it, he's legit."martin o'malley supporters speaking up...really pressing for o'malley?oh you bet! so announced he was running i was really excited.once the votes were cast, caucus officials used an app or call in to submit their results.hillary is the one who needs to be in there, i mean she's the one..she's got the experience.3 3 and quite a few precincts of sioux city republicans were at east high for *their* caucus. our own siouxland news reporter nick (pop - hum) popham was there for *their* gathering.
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of the bebenning to 3 the end of the 3 election process.3 with all of the coununy fixated ononhe midwestern state-caucus p pcincts like this one at east high school in sioux city-help everyone get a sense of who could be the next president in a different way."it's really the beginning of the whole political process. this is where raw democracy begins. so it's more than just sitting there casting a ballot, going to the polling place, pushing a lever or filling out a form. you actually get to participate in helping run the parties."this specific precinct is for registered republicans deciding which of the dozen candidates will get ththmajority's s support. neighbors within the area have come tother to sign in to receive a ballot-or register to vote in order to caucus. while some of the candidates are seasoned caucus goers- first timers have a few main reasons why they are here."i think it's important that young people get involved. every vote matters, so, you have to get informed as you
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of the united states."the auditorium was filled with people suppororng a variety of candidates for ecific issues. "i j jt think thth the economy and our world tuation, pele want to have their say and be able to hopefully make things better."what makes the republican caucuses different is that it's done by secret ballot along with representatives spending a short amount of time advocating for their own candidate.at east high-there were advocates for around half of the people running.this siouxland 3 precinct gives sioux city a glimpse of how the rest of the state is spending caucus night. at east high-nick popham- siouxland news. 3 some republicans were at a home in the southeastern woodbury county town of smithland for *their* caucus.thirty people were in the home of charles bromander to cast their ballots. the bromanders have been holding the caucus at their home since the '70s... ey think it's good for t t communitytynd voting. 3 "and then when they do come they just feel a little more comfortable and they are more likely to speak their mind than they are in a bigger
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"charles feels like caucusing at home like this helps bring out the vote... and that's especially important in such a small community. 3 and turnout really *is* key for winning the caucuses.democrats saw a record turnout of 240 - thousand people in 2008... when barack obama got the upset and came in first... with hillary clinton finishing third. a little more than 171 - thousand democrates caucused last night.republicans had a record turnout of 121 - thousand in 20 - 12 when rick santorum was ththnner. the g - o - p says it's counted a record 171 - thousand people voting last night. 3 but get this... winning the iowa caucuses isn't a good predictor of who's going to win the white house. in fact... only *two* have done it.in the year 2000 george w. bush finished first with 41 percent of the republican vote and went on to win his first term. in 2008 barack obama upset john edwards and hillary clinton... and eventually won his first term as president. 3 get this... professional
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40 - feet while trying to ride a giant wave in maui.telling his experience to surfer mag... dosland says it felt like "being in a car crash." he said he was actually blinded for a few seconds because of the strong sea spray before falling down.the aloha state has been hit by enormous waves thanks to the track of this storm... sending even the most seasoned surfers tumbling as they try to navigate down almost vertical slopes. 3 3 3 3 the iowa girls basketball brackets were released yesterday... le mars and heelan might see each other in that playoff... but first they squared off in the ice cream capital of the world. chris is next with sports. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday morning. today will be very windy withtheavy snowfall and accumulatioio of 10-12" for most of the are with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through early wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead of the storm. 3 sports, with sports director chris neyenhouse.good morning, siouxland, here's a look at your momoing sports.with
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respectively it's safe to say the heelan and lemars girls basketball teams haven't had the seasons they would have liked. but there's still regional tournaments ahead.and anything can happen if you heat up in time for the playoffs the two teams squared off in the ice cream capital of the world tonight. 1) first quarter it's 3-zip heelan off the missed three grace hanno is there for the put back! she's fouled but missed the free throw. it's 3-2. 2) back k come the bulldogs sidney baumgartner with the drive! it's good! bulldogs up early. 3) and here they extend it. they go down low to madison dreckman who gets the friendly roll!4) so it was 9-3 le mars. and the crusaders came back. working the ball around it ends with a three from taylor ferguson! 9-6.5) more threes from the crusaders. megan bowl- you! that's good! we are tied at 9!heelan goes on to win 49-36.these two will have a chance to see each other again in the regionals although it'll be tough. the brackets were just announced. here's the 4a region 1 brbrket. spencer gets a bye.in 5a region 1 west awaitststhe winner of the north and east matchup.let's s ing down to 3a where sioux center, sheldon, moc-floyd valley, sbl, spirit lake and estherville lincoln central meet in region one.in region 2 one l/ss cherokee draws east sac county.here's a look at 2a. where western christian and lawton bronson are among teams to earn a bye in region 1. not pictured undefeated okoboji gets a bye as well in region 2.also in class 1a kingsley pierson and mmc have only three losses between them so they earn byes as well.and on the boys side the new iowa ap rankings are out. we have movement! no siouxland teams ranked in 4a but east receives votes. in 3a spirit lake stay at 6. moc
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in 2a western christian still number one. ridge view down from 6 to 7. pocahontas area down from 7 to 10. sioux center receives votes. and in 1a boyden hull down from 2 to 3. ikm manning up from 9 to 8. south obrien, ar-we-va, and mvao all receive votes. congratulations to rachel mercer of kingsley-pierson getting her 1,000th point last night.that's it for your morning sportscast.be sure to watch us for sports at 5 and 10.have a great morning.stay safe, drive safe.back to you jake.
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3 the coen brothers are having fun with their latest film.. it'stime)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break. 3 snow is falling across siouxland and winds are picking up. details about this
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday 3 morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be stroroly discouraged due to blowing d drifti snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through early wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead of the storm.
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3 the nominations are out for this year's country music awards and the coen brothers have fun with their latest film. suzanne marques has more in your eye on entertainment. 3 trt 1:30 ((pkg script))the star-studded cast of the coen brother's s test comedy turned out in los angeles for the film's world premiere. (nats) ("hail, caesar") (show josh brolin slapping george clooney in eddie mannix slaps some sense into baird whitlock clip) "hail, caesar," set in 19-50s hollywood, features george clooney, josh brolin and channing tatum to name a few.(george clooney/actor)it was fun to go on a lot like an
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all these giant statues come wheeling by. (suzanne marques/cbs news, los angeles) rounding out the ensemble are ray fiennes, jonah hill and channing tatum.hail, caesar opens friday.(vo)dierks bentley stopped by cbs this morning to announce the nominations for the academy of country music awards including entertainer of the year.(nats up full ctm clean feed ) jason aldean, garth brooks, luke bryan, eric church and miranda lambert.(nats dierks music video)bentley - who is up for best male vocacast -- will l co-host the event with luke bryan. (cont music video)the show airs april third on cbs. (vo)sting came out to support the new hbo documentary about james foley, one of the american journalists beheaded by isis. sting contributed an original song to the movie. (sot sting/musician)everybody sees the film will fall in love with this man. and it's such an anecdote to all the noise and nonsense in the world that killed him. (cont vo)the james foley story premieres saturday on hbo. that's your eye on entertainment. suzanne
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... it's a good idea to stay inside today. what do you do when you can't go anywhere? 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 sisixland 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
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an amtrtr train was hit by an n unididtified object just before crashing in philadelphia. we're closer to knowing exactly what happened now... we'll take a look at some new evidence.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 "thihiis 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 cat taylor.3
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issued for today through wednesday 3 morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through eaeay wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead of the storm. 3 3 sioux city public transit is ready for today's snowstorm...
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for today are cancelled. a decision on what's happening wednesday will be made sometime today. you can find the latest closings and cancellations scrolling along the bottom of your screen and online at siouxland news dot com... we've also got links to road condition websites for iowa... nebraska... *and* south dakota online. 3 sioux city fire rescue is ready for the blizzard... too.the biggest issue during storms are car accidents. so slow down or don't travel at all if you don't have to. but when the storm's over... it's time to worry about hidden fire hydrants. 3 "so obviously we encourage everyone in sioux city if you have a hydrant in your neighborhood or on your block to help us out and dig those out and otherwise we start driving around and looking for hydrants and shovel those. "digging out those hydrants could make a big difference for responding fire crews... and saving someone's li or house from a fire. 3 two men from *wisconsin* are in jail at storm lake... being held on suspicion of murdering a 5 - year - old in
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month.22 - year - old eric salazar - mota and 23 - year - old sergio ortiz - raygoza... both of (bell - oh - it) beloit wisconsin... are accused of shooting the boy while trying to shoot his dad on january 22nd in (bell - oh - it) beloit. storm lake police were told the two could be in their area sunday afternoon... that's when they started a search. their vehicle was found near the lake... and police set up a watch on it. just after 11... the vehicle started driving off and was followed by officers... who pulled it over a few blocks later and arrested the two. they're in the buena vista county jail without bail... waiting to get sent back to wisconsin. 3 need a valentine's day gift? the siouxland humane society can help you out!it's that time of year again... you can buy those famous gourmet double - chocolate carmelelpples. each apple costs 15 dollars and the money raised between now and february 6th helps the shelter take care of more than 3 - thousand animals each year. for 20 - 16... the shelter expects to make about
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3 "this is a wonderful project that helps out the animals and we thank each and every one of our r vovonteers for coming in lending a hand. this would not be possible without them."this is the 20th year for the apple fundraiser. if you want to order an apple... call the shelter seven. 3 there is breaking news in sports this morning... on the eve of national signing day.our own chris neyenhouse reporting norfolk catholic senior running back k vid (engel - hoff) engelhaupt has decided to de - commit from the university of wyoming. instead he'll accept a scholarship offer from nebraska. the huskers offered him a scholarship yesterday and just this morning we've learned he'll be headed to lincoln instead of the university of wyoming. (engel - hoff) engelhaupt will most likely play tight enenand defensive end on the next level. he was a star running back for the knights. 3 last may an amtrak train was hit by an unidentified object
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philadelphia... killing 12 people and hurting almost 200 people. as c - b - s news correspodnent kris van cleave shows us... investigators releasas some of the evidencece monday... like transcripts from interviews with the train's engineer. 3
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being operated at 106 miles per hour, and there was a system that could have been in place that was in fact on place going the other way on the tracks that could have prevented it."that technology, posisive train control or p-t- c, is now active along amtrak's heavily used northeast corridor linking boston to washington d.c. (natsound/amtrak demo)amtrak's chris jagodzinki showed us how ptc prevents a train from going to fast.(jagodzinski//kv c exchange)(jagodzinski 11:53:00) "now what happens here is this - traction blocked, putting g the brbres, taking away all my power in the locomotive and just giving me penalties, now it's applying the brakes."(kvc 11:53:09) "so regardless of what you're doing" (jagodzinski 11:53:10) "i can't do anything, i can't do anything. the computer has taken over."(kvc live tag o/c) (investigators found no issues with the train, the tracks or the signals. scott we still don't know definitively if and when an object may 3 have struck the train's windshield and if that contributed to the crash. a lawyer for bostian declined to comment.)
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3 up next in your healthwatch... parents are looking for answers with the zika virus epidemic. we'll take you to brazil where the w - h - o has emergency. 3 snow is falling across siouxland and winds are pipiing up. details ababt this blizzard are up next. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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taylor"3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 10-12" for most of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late
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wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weatatr team. . we will keep you ahead of the storm. 3
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3 women who have high blood pressure late in pregnancy are significantly more likely to give birth to underweight or stillborn babies. the study is in the american heart association's journal "hypertension." researchers say women who experienced the biggest rise in their blood pressure were more than twice as likely to deliver a small baby. 3 3 young adults who get easily stressed are at greater risk of developing high blood pressure later in life. researchers in sweden also found men who had a low tolerance for stress and were overweight were three times more likely to develop high blood pressure. 3 3 and a new study finds radiation after surgery improves survival for women with ductal carcinoma in situ. researchers in boston looked at thousands of women who had the non - invasive form of breast cancer. they found women who had a higher chance of recurrence... based on their age and tumor size... lowered their risk of dying by nearly 70 percent
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addition to surgery. women with a low chance of recurrence did not see a benefit to radiation. 3 the world health organization took a rare step monday... declaring the zika virus an international public health emergency. the virus is transmitted by mosquitoes and is suspected of causing severe birth defects. c - b - s news chief medical correspodnent doctor jon lapook is in recife brazil... ground zero for the zika outbreak. 3 alice bezerra depaz had a healthy first baby. but two months ago, her second child, joao heitor, was born with microcephaly, a birth defect linked to the zika outbreak. babies with microcephaly have an unusually small head and developmental delays.today, the parents came to the oswawao cruz hospital in recife, where doctors have seen about 300 infants with microcephaly since september. before september, this region only saw an average of 9 cases
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(not exact) this makes me sad but we will love him no matter whatdoctor angela rocha heads up the effort here to understand and manage the crisis. in her four decades as a pediatric infectious disease specialist, she has never seen anything like it. (sotup doctor starts) "this is different," shsaid. "it's a generationf babies wh disability, which is a huge social, economic and public health problem."(sot, jon, 122418) tell me what it's like to have a conversation with a mother and tell her that her baby has microcephaly. (narration two)(sot, 11:47:54, angela, starts in portuguese. "it is a situation with a lot of stress, panic, worry, and insecurity," she told me, (narration three)that's because these parents and even health experts here are trying to figure out what services these infants will need.(jon live tag) today, thepresident of brazil gave ublic health officials the right to enter any home or building in order to eliminate mosquito breeding grounds. and scott, we'll be
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3 3 samsung's about to show off it's next big challenger to the iphone we'll take a look next... in your c -
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3 good morning, (onawa)... it's (32) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (skywatch) camera. 3 google wants to make your internet even faster. here's your c - net tech update. 3 samsung's about to reveal it's next big challenger to the iphone. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. "in just three weeks, samsung is going to show off it's top-of- the-line galaxy phones. the galaxy s7 and s7 edge will be revealed at an event on feburary 21, which is during a big mobile tradeshow in barcelona, spain called mobile world congress. (source: samsung:g: 00;28;17 -00;40;27)in this samsung teaser video, you see someone putting on a gear vr headset and then there's a glowing box where the corners look like the number 7, of course to hint at the galaxy s7. some early reports and rumors hint that we could see a microsd slot in this model to expand the memory, and it would have a pressure- sensitive screen like the
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powered by usb-c, which is a new type of usb port that offers fast charging and data transfer. and this is what it could look like, according to some leaked images tweeted out by mobile reporter evan blass - and he's been right about such types of reports in the past. knowing samsung, i'm sure we'll see several flavors of the s7 at this event.but lg won't let samsung hog the android phone spotlight. on e same day as the s7 event, lg is having it's own event, and we're expecting to see its new top phone, the lg g5. it's going to be a busy end of the month for mobile.***""but back to samsung, (source: adblock fast: 01;29;01 - 01;41;00) those of you that use the default samsung android internet browser will be able to install ad-blocker exention apps, such as the adblock fast or crystal app. this is the same as how the iphone can block ads with the safari browser when you download add-on apps. this now works for those with the newest version of android, called marshmallow, and support is coming for those with the older android lollipop. ***" "blocking ads could give you a speed boost in loading some sites, but google is looking to giving you a whole new speed of internet - 5g. and we may be able to get 5g signals beamed to us by solar-powered drones. according to a report from the guardian, this wild concept is called project skybender, and google is testing it now over new mexico. the test is to carry
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millimeter waves, which is much faster than today's 4g speeds, but those waves can only travel short distances. ***""of course google already has high-speed internet it offers to some homes as google fiber. (source: google: 02;27;03 - 02;43;26)but it could be adding a telephone service to that. some fiber subscribers are reporting to get invitations to add a phone service to their package, and it would link all your phone numbers - even your mobile number - to one signal number. and the features are the same you get with google voice. looks like google is going for the triple play: internet, tv, and now phone.***"that's it for this tech update. but you can head over to cnet.com for
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york, i'm bridget carey3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 blizzard warning has been issued for today through wednesday morning. today will be very windy with heavy snowfall and accumulations of 10102" for st of the area, with 15"+ possible in some areas. visibilities will be near zero and travel will be strongly discouraged due to blowing and drifting snow with 45+mph gusts we will see through the day.snows will begin to taper off late tonight through early wednesday morning.stay tuned to the first alert weather team. we will keep you ahead
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3 we'll take a look at your traffic... news... and weather to go coming up after the break... you're
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3 it's now (ti) as we take a look outside 3 (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
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will be running radar on hamiliton and w 4th sthave 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 the centers for disease control is adding more tropical destinations... like costa rica and nicaragua... to a list of countries pregnant women should avoid because of the zika virus outbreak. this came yesterday as officials with the world health organization declared the virus an international emergency. the virus has been linked to a rare birth defect in thousands of babies... mostly in south america.back in the states... the focus of the 20 - 16 presidential campaign shifts to new hampshire now... after last night's iowa caucuses. iowa voters handed a huge victory to ted cruz over republican frontrner donald trump. votes are still be counted in
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hillary clinton and bernie sanders.and... the superbowl 50 mania is taking over the country now. things officially kicked off yesterday as players from the carolina panthers and the denver broncos met the media for the first time. the two teams face off for the big game this sunday in san francisco. 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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