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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 3 us on this xxx morning. 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will be for colder air
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3 3 hillary clinton and bernie sanders face off in the fifth democratic debate tonight in new hampshire before the first primary in the nation next week. both candidates made their case to voters during a town hall meeting last night as the top republicans ramped up their attacks. c - b - s news correspondent (we - juh) weijia (jang) jiang is in manchester new hampshire. 3 09-18 chy: sen. / d-vt presidential candidate18-23 chy: hillary clinton / (d) presidential candidate35-42 chy: natalie weinstein/ sanders supporter42-52 chy: weijia jiang/ cbs news/ manchester, new hampshire 100-107 chy: sen. ted cruz/(r-tx) presidential candidate(pkg)at a town hall event in derry, new hampshire last night...bernie sanders and hillary clinton continued to trade jabs over their progressive values.(sot bernie sanders) "i do not know any progressive who has a super pac and takes 15-million dollars from wall street. that's just not progressive."// (sot hillary clinton) "i was sort of amused today that senator sanders set himself up to be the gatekeeper on who's a progressive.clinton, who claimed a razor thin victory over sanders in iowa...is
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granite state.sanders is from neighboring vermont.he's also dominating the attention of young voters like natalie weinstein:(sot natalie weinstein/ sanders supporter) bernie has been very stable the entire time he's been in politics//i really hope he wins (standup: weijia jiang/ cbs news/ manchester, new hampshire) with less than a week before the new hampshire primary... donald trump and ted cruz remain locked in a war of words...over the results in iowa.-nats- yesterday trump accused cruz, who finished first in iowa, of stealing the state's caucuses...calling for the results to be nullified.(sot ted cruz) it is no surprise that donald trump is throwing yet another temper tantrum or if you like, trumper-tantrum. -nats/sot-emergency issuetrump was almost two hours late for a campaign event in arkansas yesterday...after his plane experienced mechanical issues and he was forced to land in nashville.he's expected to hold at least three events in the granite state today...where he's leading cruz in the polls.weijia jiang
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3 both rand paul and rick santorum dropped out of the republican presidential race wednesday... leaving *nine* g - o - p candidates. 3 more than a foot of snow later... siouxland is trying to get back to normal after the biggest snowstorm we've seen in a couple of years. but as our own siouxland news reporter nick (pop - hum) popham shows... the real work starts *after* the snow falls. 3 that work involves clearing their driveways and yards of the massive amounts of snow. but some people like fernado claren have found a positive outlook on the task."been out here for a good hour and half shoveling about 14 inches of snow. it's a lot of fun we get a good workout of it hence the reason we don't buy a snow blower because we do get a good workout. ." siouxland experienced snow in some places that reached over a foot causing people to come out with snow blowers and shovels earlier this morning. schools in turn were closed in the area causing some students to put down the books and pick up the shovel.".i think we should just do it because of the amount of this snow.// it was pretty good because we had no school and it was good
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hope we don't get to much more (laughs) we get a break.// i guess the kids will like it on that hill over their they go sliding down."another problem in the area is fire hydrants covered in snow.sioux city's fire department wants anyone with hydrants on their lawns to dig them out and give enough space around them so officials can use them if necessary."because time is essential during those fire emergencies so we want to make sure that we can get the water to the house as quickly as possible to prevent further damages."the hydrants are just one of a number of things that need to be dug out as a result of this storm. 3 lieutenant rodriguez says if you can't move the snow away from a hydrant on your lawn... you can call the fire prevention office and they'll send a truck to help as soon
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3 the storm closed i - 29 in south dakota between north sioux city and sioux falls... but there was also a big mess down on i - 80 in nebraska.this is video from a nebraska state patrol airplane flying over i - 80 near grand island yesterday morning. the road was closed between lincoln and north platte for almost an entire day... re - opening a little bit at a time between 1 and 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. there are still a couple of roads in nebraska that are completely blocked because of snow. none of those are in siouxland... though. 3 the city of sioux city has plans to pick up the garbage that was left behind because of the snow.city crews couldn't collect garbage or recycling tuesday *or* wednesday.the city's asking anyone who was supposed to have theirs picked up tuesday or wednesday to put your garbage cans out now... they'll be picked up starting today.thursday collection will be friday... friday collection will move to saturday..in dakota city garbage collection was moved
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too.the city says garbage regularly picked up on thursday 3 will be picked up on friday now. 3 lifeserve blood center says the storm put a lot stress on its blood supply levels.the center says the storm stopped donors from coming in tuesday... and increased demand from accidents being treated at the hospitals it serves. they're asking people to make a donation to make sure they have enough supply to meet demand. 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 a buena vista county family is lucky to be alive after their furnace vent was blocked by snow.the fire chief in newell iowa says the family of eight went to bed tuesday night feeling slightly sick and woke up vomiting early yesterday morning.the father called 9 - 1 - 1 and crews took the family to the hospital... they had carbon
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vent had been covered by snow... forcing fumes back into the home.crews found high levels of carbon monoxide inside. the family is still in the hospital... but they're all expected to recover. 3 "one of the hard parts is that carbon monoxide is an oderless, colorless, tasteless gas and the only way you really detect it is through a carbon monoxide alarm so it's important if you do have one you put it near your bedroom area so you can hear and wake so you can hear it. " 3 we've been talking a lot about the snow for the past few days... and how much work it makes... but you can have fun with it... too.yesterday we got this video here in dakota dunes. some kids having fun on their second day off from school this week... playing and climbing on huge piles of snow. we still have a few siouxland area schools either closed or opening late today. those announcements are scrolling along the bottom of your screen and are also posted online at siouxland news dot com. 3 the longest sled dog race in the lower 48 states came to an end in the *wee hours* of
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morning.just before 6 o'clock yesterday morning nathan schroeder and his huskies crossed the finish line to claim the championship of the john beargrease sled dog marathon. it took two days... 18 hours... and 54 minutes to finish the almost 400 - mile course through northeastern minnesota.get this... schroeder's won the beargrease race *four* times. the beargrease is a qualifying race for alaska's iditarod sled dog race. 3 3 3 3 temperatures rose for a little while early this morning, they are now dropping a bit agian. either way, it's cold out there, bundle up! 3 3 coming up... germany has
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migrants since the refugee crisis first started in europe. we'll show you why thin. 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 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on
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despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will be for colder air to move into the area. 3
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the superbowl is this weekend, and a lot of
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watch the game. what's 3 your favorite thing to eat while the game is on? 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 ford has announced it's cutting hundreds of jobs... (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in
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3 on wednesday 3 the dow spent most of the session in negative territory but rallied at the close, up 183 points.the nasdaq ralled at the open but closed down 12 ///ford has announced it will slash hundreds of jobs in europe and phase out their less profitable models. the automaker hopes to save 200 million dollars annually. on wednesday, ford offered about 10 thousand of their salaried employees buyouts ///cbs announced that leslie moonves has been elected the next chair of the cbs board of directors. he will continue as president and ceo..the current chairman, 92 year old sumner redstone resigned from his position as executive chairman and has been named chairman emeritus (ih-mer'-i-tuhs). cbs is the parent company of cbs news.///with superbowl 50 set to kickoff - what's changed since the first campionship game in 1967? turns out a lot. the average cost of gas was 33 cents a gallon. the median price of a new single family home was a little less than 23 thousand dollars versus about
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and the average income for men was a little over seven thousand dollars compared to about 49 thousand dollars today. superbowl 50 will air here on cbs this sunday!// that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, im hena daniels 3 3 no european country opened their borders to refugees fleeing the middle east quite like germany. but after more than a million migrants settled there... the attitude has started to change. c - b - s news correspondent charlie d'agata takes a look. 3 (source: afptv austrian german border) when they saw the suffering of so many migrants, germans opened their arms like no other country in europe. mayor boris palmer was among them. (cover some with boats//refugees) we had people drowning in the mediterranean sea and i found that appalling and terrible. (beauty shots of tubest long shots of migrant trail // shots of young men// nice shots of tubingen) but the mayor of this university town of 80 thousand has had a change of heart. 223609 if you
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men who come to your country as singles and live in sports halls and town halls, what do you expect him to do? they have no privacy and they have no contact to women. and how long will that happen without any outbreak of violence? (best of cologne violence) for many germans, the tipping point was new year's eve in cologne.(firing into crowd) police and witnesses said gangs of drunken men - including many north africans and arabs -- groped and assaulted hundreds of women in the crowd. police are investigating 380 complaints, including rape. (duncan and d'agata set up) seattle university student caitlin duncan lost her boyfriend in the mayhem that night. someone reached up my jacket // i was kind of twisting turning hitting kicking so it was all happening pretty quickly, people grabbed between my legs, my head, my face. she didn't get a good look at her attackers, but she said they were all shouting in arabic. she was rescued by a group of syrian migrants.11748 i was just so relieved. then they all you know kind of hugged me, caitlin it's going to be ok don't cry. (still of duncan and rescuers) duncan said she
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all migrants should be blamed. thirty three arrests have been made so far, two thirds are asylum seekers. the cologne attacks have hardened germans' attitudes. mayor palmer said germany can't accept many more migrants. 224140 the numbers have to decline or else there will be breakdowns in german
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3 sticky notes... spreadsheets... how do *you* keep track of *your* farm?we'll meet an iowa hog farmer who has a new computer program designed to help you keep your farm running smoothly. that's coming up next... in "proud to be a hometown farmer." 3 we are about 5 to 10 degrees
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good news is: winds are calmer!3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will be for colder air
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3 3 there's a lot of stuff to keep track of when you're running a farming operation. but now an iowa farmer has a computer program he says will make that job a whole lot easier.we're heading up to derrick sleezer's family farm near aurelia, iowa this morning to check out barnvista... in this week's "proud to be a hometown farmer." 3 "any time you see a feed line
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have the potential to run out of food for a while, and we don't want that."those pigs need to eat a lot.president of the national pork board should know...derrick sleezer here... and his family...raise about 15,000 hogs a year.but to do more efficient work on the farm...sometimes you need to log on to a computer."it works great on a tablet, all it needs is internet access." derrick's talking about barnvista.he helped develop it. "you can access it anywhere, it doesn't take any software, it's all web-based with a log-in or password."it's kind of like a farm management system...on your computer.it brings together almost everything involved with the day-to-day operations of a farm.stuff you might not think about...like maintenance...the things you might write down... then forget about."otherwise it'll be on sticky-notes, or voicemail or emails. this way it's all in one area that you can continually review what is
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completed and getting done." like maintenance."if you have some maintenance that needs to be completed on a facility or an area that you ahve the area to create a work order, that there's an action that needs to be taken, then hand it over to maintenance to get the project completed."once those actions are done barnvista will let you know.it can help your operation get ready for audits...too.so you can relax a little bit...knowing everything you need is in one place.derrick says it's easy to start using barnvista... just log on to barnvista dot com. 3 barnvista isn't free... you pay a subscription fee to use it. if you think of a farmer that might be great on "proud to be a hometown farmer" tell us about them!you can nominate them on our web site... siouxlandnews.com. or you can e - mail me... at j - heller at siouxland news dot com. 3 3 still to come this morning... the broncos and panthers might be practicing for the super bowl... but another team is also getting ready for the biggest game of the year. we'll have a sneak peek at what goes into getting the big game on t - v. you're
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3 "this is siouxland news at 3 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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taylor.3 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will be for colder air to move into the area. 3 the broncos and panthers are practicing for the super bowl right now... but another team is getting ready for the biggest game of the year. c - b - s news correspondent
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a sneak peek at what goes into *broadcasting* the super bowl. 3 (pkg)(nat of guy on board pans up to graphic swooshing.) testing graphics is just a small part of what the cbs sports production crew does to get ready for the super bowl. jamie: i think when you walk into this room, what's so impressive is all the monitors cbs sports executive vp ken aagaard has worked on close to 20 super bowls. 0:17-0:22(sot: ken aagaard)we have all the bells and whistles known to mankind in sports broadcasting there will be 70 cameras capturing the sights and sounds including more than 30 that will be mounted around the stadium for a 360 view --- that's on top of a camera mounted to a plane and another on tower at great america amusement park.nat: jamie: "this is super high-tech. sometimes you just gotta use a marker." ken: "super high- tech. yeah, right."there will be 16 of these pylon cameras that mark each corner of the end zone. the 13 production trailers on site at levi's stadium were brought in a month ago - while the set is still getting its finishing touches.0:56-1:02(standup bridge: jamie yuccas, cbs news, santa clara)this is where all the hosts will be sitting on super bowl sunday and they're the ones who have to really embrace the technology.1:02-1:04(sot: phil simms/cbs sports)i hope it has
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(sot: ken)this technology helps give him some information that he can analyze and make it interesting visually.but beyond what they do on the broadcast, the commentators now also have to connect with fans on social media.1:17-1:20 (sot: james brown/cbs sports) it is overwhelming for the old timers. i gotta be honest with you.all to make sure....there's super coverage for the tens of millions of fans..... tuning into super bowl 50.jamie yuccas, cbs news, santa clara 3 the game clock is 60 minutes... but with pre - game coverage... time outs... penalties... and those commercial breaks... analysts expect to be on t - v for more than 7 hours sunday! 3 after months of delays... we now know when the akron man accused of murdering his mother will stand trial.plymouth county district judge steven andreasen has set may 10th as the first day of the trial of 43 - year - old jonathan (new - neighbor)
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neighbor) neunaber was competent to stand trial... that was last month. he's charged with first degree murder in the death of his mom... her body was found along with the body of (new - neighbor)'s neunaber's father in july of 20 - 14. an autopsy found esther (new - neighbor) neunaber died of blunt - force trauma to the head... donald (new - neighbor) neunaber died of natural causes. jonathan (new - neighbor) neunaber was arrested in wisconsin two days after the bodies were found and charged with murder. 3 3 we're seeing some criticism now of how the caucuses played out monday night. a lot of'em are focused on issues at democratic precincts in central iowa where hillary clinton was accused of voter fraud after dozens of voters vanished.yesterday... though... a *possible* issue was reported on the *republican* side at a caucus location in northwest iowa. this video shows attendees at a caucus event at dordt college... we're hearing voting started *before* the caucuses began at 7... that's against republican party rules. this happened after a professor who was selected to lead the caucus
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dordt students informing them of the option. there are also reports of early voting happening in orange city and hull. sioux county republican party chair mark lundberg says this is perfectly legal... and blames miscommunication on the problem. we're still waiting to hear back from the republican party of iowa. 3 3 this morning the iowa republican party *has* certified texas senator ted cruz as the winner of monday night's caucuses.cruz got 51,666 votes to take first place... but only 8 of the 30 delegates up for grabs. donald trump placed second... marco rubio 3rd... they'll each get 7 delegates. ben carson in 4th place gets 3 delegates. 3 rand paul... jeb bush... carly fiorina... john kasich... and mike huckabee all got one delegate each. huckabee withdrew from the race monday night after a poor performance in iowa. 3 3 speaking of rand paul... he's bowed out of the race too... suspending his run
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because of a low vote count in iowa.paul says he thinks he ran a great campaign and plans to keep fighting for key issues like protecting privacy... having a reasonable foreign policy... and balancing the budget. 3 "i think it just wasn't enough votes to have the momentum to win in new hampshire. i have always been a big believer in spreading the message but also doing it in a race we can actually win, so we will carry on these same principals, but we will now carry them on in the us senate."senator paul didn't say if he'll endorse any of the g - o - p candidates still in the race. the new hampshire primary is next week... february 9th. 3 3 and rand paul isn't alone. former pennsylvania senator rick santorum is also dropping out of the race. santorum won the iowa caucuses in 20 - 12 and almost beat mitt romney for the republican nomination. this time around he managed to get support from just two percent of caucus - goers monday night. in an interview on the fox news channel... santorum
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rubio... who placed third monday. he says rubio's values are the closest aligned with his... and the florida senator has a real understanding of the threat posed by isis. 3 from the fight for the white house to the hunt for a job. a good (rez - uh - may) resume and solid references aren't the *only* thing job applicants have to worry about these days. it turns out your social media presence can also play a big part in whether or not you get a job. c - b - s news correspondent (hen - nuh) hena daniels takes a look. 3 trt - 1:24pkg(vo)like most 22- year-olds anitha (uh-neeth-uh) benjamin spends a fair amount of time on social media. (sot-anitha benjamin/22- years-old)"i use my linkdin, i use facebook, i use instagram, all that stuff."but when the college graduate started looking for a job last year she was careful about what she posted.(sot- anitha benjamin/22-years-old)"i was thinking that i should definitely keep it professional because it's all online and everyone can see everything that you are posting."and new research shows that's a good idea because businesses are looking. (gfx)a report from the society for human resource management finds one third of companies have disqualified a job candidate in the past year
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on their social media accounts. in another survey, officeteam asked hiring managers the most common social media mistakes job applicants make.45 percent said posting negative or inappropriate comments 35 percent said posting or being tagged in inappropriate photos. (sot-dawn fey/district pres., officeteam)"if you are too negative, too opinionated it could really come off to some individuals that you could be a problem in the workplace." (bridge: hena daniels/cbs news/new york)and if you think staying offline is the answer. think again.17 percent of hiring managers questioned job applicants who didn't post regularly or didn't have a social media profile at all.(sot-anitha benjamin/22-years-old)"the way people perceive us is very important."having a professional presence online worked for benjamin.she recently got a corporate job. her first out of college.hena daniels, for cbs news, new york. 3 it's not just job
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survey from kaplan test prep found forty percent of college admissions officers look at a potential students' social media. that's quadruple the percentage from 2008. 3 workers are almost done tearing down the huge microsoft media center where the iowa caucus results were tabulated monday night. yesterday crews were busy taking down the giant video board that was behind the stage. they also tore down scaffolding that was holding up risers for all the media who came to des moines to cover the event.it took three days to build the media center. they're hoping everything is gone by this morning so things will be back to normal at capital square 3 today. 3 3 3 3 3 the fitbit is finally getting fashionable. we'll take a look... next... in your c - net tech update. 3 "you're watching siouxland
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heller and cat taylor"3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and nene 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on
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chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the
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to move 3 into the area. 3 microsoft just bought one of the most popular keyboard apps. here's your c - net tech update. 3 "the fitbit finally gets
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carey. this is your cnet 3 update. ***""today we welcome a new fitbit into the world. there are so many of these fitness-tracking wristbands to choose from, and the latest from fitbit hopes to lure you in with style. it's called the alta. the main screen module in the center does all the computing, and you can swap out the bands in multiple colors, and there's even leather and metal options for when you're feeling fancy. the bands cost extra, but the main alta costs $130 dollars, and for that price, you don't just get an activity tracker, you also get alerts you when you're too lazy and not moving. yes, judgement about your life is now a feature in these things, because sitting this model does not have a heart-rate tracker, but in exchange it promises to automatically recognize what type of activity you are doing. so it knows when you're on an elliptical machine, or biking outdoors, or doing aerobics, all based on motion, and that gets factored into calorie burning calulations on the app. the screen also shows incoming smartphone messages. it hits us stores in march, and other countries soon after. ***""you can get about 5 days out of the alta before it needs a recharge. battery life can be a make-or-break feature for many people. microsoft
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life when you have gps on for outdoor workouts. the gps power saver mode gets you four more hours of tracking, because it'll check your location less frequently. microsoft also updpded its health app so you can enter in your weight and track k anges, but isn't that a basic thing that should have been there from the start?***""microsoft has also been busy with other apps. it just acquired the popular keyboard app swiftkey, which is installed on more than 300 million mobile devices. (credit: swiftkey: 01;55;03 - 02;02;13)it learns your typing style and offers suggestions while you type. the financial times reports microsoft paid around $250 million dollars for the technology.***"but how about we balance all this health and productivity talk with some new games? nintendo announced that it's first mobile game wille launching in march for both ios and android. it's call miitomo, and all we really know so far is, well, it's not really a game-game. it's more like a social network where you talk to other friend's miis and share photos. to get you hooked, there are incentives. the new my nintendo rewards program is tied into this, but details on points are unclear. nintendo is releasing 5 mobile apps over the next year, it teased to some press that the nexex one will have a well-known nintendo character. does that mean mario or donkey kong is coming to your phone? i don't know. ***we'll probably just get something with the dog from duck hunt. that's it for this tech update, and there's more at cnet.com. from our
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3 you might have seen grease live on our sister station fox 44 this weekend. what happened behind the scenes was pretty impressive... too... though. we'll take a look at the control room chaos. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 here's today's forecast for
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city)... it's (13 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (lewis & clark specialty hospital) camera. 3 a sneak peak into the control room of "grease: live!" has the internet in awe. the production called for an epic degree of shot - calling. count on c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos for the behind - the - scenes choreography of counting. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- how could a live tv 3 performance of grease...nats: greased lightningmake even a shuttle launch...7-6-5sound lethargic.2 2 3 4-shot 4 2 3 4 1 2 3-shot 5 1 2 3 shot 6 3 bars when the associate director of grease posted this two and a half minute control room clip to facebook...2 2 3 4 1 go people said...nats:
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that counting, all that intensity...1 2 3 4 20 2 bars 2 beatsone commenter wrote "that was awesome!! i'm exhausted listening to you." broadcast director alex reginski says he's blown away by the response.(alex reginski/broadcast director) but i'm thrilled. i'm thrilled to share little bit of the art, about the choreography behind the scenes.alex is the guy who pre planned each and every shot during rehearsal, some 15-hundred shots, so that the associate director could call them out when they went live...1 2 whip 4 bars what you're hearing is a shot number plus counting the duration of the shot in beats and bars.watch for the shot change when she calls for shots 18 and 19.2 3 4 1 2 3 18 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 19 8 bars for 3 hours of live performance , associate director carrie havel had her head buried in a script that seemed almost like a musical score. show? what show?(alex reginski/broadcast director) she didn't get to see it. we came off air, she was like what was the show like? and i'm like "it was great!" let's count our way through shots 27, 28 and 29... 3 2 3 4 27 4 28 2 3 4 29 4
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director's favorite facebook comment....(alex reginski/broad cast director) it's like rubbing your head and rubbing your tummy at the same time. nap...but bet the associate director won't be counting sheep.1 2 3 a jeanne moos cnn2 barsnew york(nats: more counting) 3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the
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warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will be for colder air to move into the area. 3 3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...it might have been unseasonably warm and rainy... but not enough to keep runners away from the 39th annual run up the empire state building. at least they didn't have to run in the
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top... right? competitors started in small groups... sprinting wednesday night... every 15 minutes... from the lobby up one - thousand - five - hundred - seventy - six steps to the 86th floor observation deck.some got up to the top in pretty rough shape. others needed a little help to get on their feet. this is the oldest tower race in the world... and runners from around the world are invited to run up the 86 floors. it takes just under a minute to take the elevator up there... but most runners do it in about ten minutes. 3
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6 o'clock hour... congress isn't happy about a hepatitis c treatment the v - a says it can't afford. we'll show you why a lot of their anger was directed at someone who wasn't at even the hearings.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
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3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 hillary clinton and bernie sanders have their fifth democratic debate tonight in new hampshire ahead of the nation's first primary next week. wednesday the candidates traded jabs over their progressive values during a town hall style meeting. on the republican side... donald trump and ted cruz are locked in a war of words now after trump's second place finish in the iowa caucuses.florida governor rick scott talked to the public today over the growing worry about the zika virus. wednesday governor scott declared a health emergency in four counties after at least nine cases of the mosquito - borne virus were found in the state. health officials in texas are still evaluating the first known case of the virus
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sex.and... a sexual assault case against b bl cosby in pennsylvania moves forward now. back in december... cosby was arrested and charged with drugging and assaulting a former temple university employee at his suburban philadelphia home in 2004. after a two day marathon hearing... a judge swept aside claims that a previous district attorney had granted the comedian immunity against prosecution a decade ago. 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 morning".hello to you i'm gayle king. coming up...late show host stephen colbert will be here to chat about his big live event sunday right after the super bowl.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
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cat taylor.3 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower r s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will be for colder air to move into the area.
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3 3 members of a house committee grilled officials from the department of veterans affairs about a cure for hepatitis c... which the v - a says it can't afford. but get this... as reporter chip reid shows us... the pill was developed by a v - a doctor in his spare time. 3 (sot rep. coffman)if i were you i 3 would be outraged.(sot rep. abraham)certainly the taxpayers should be outraged. much of the anger at today's hearing was directed at someone who wasn't even in the hearing room ..(graphix in:). dr. raymond schinazi, who played a leading role developing a drug that cures hepatitis c. when he sold his company to pharmaceutical giant gilead in 2012 he made
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he did it all while working 7/8ths of his time for the department of veterans affairs. (graphix out)(sot) (dr. raymond schinazi) (00 16 25)so i'm not full time what i do with my remaining time is up to me.we first met dr. schinazi in december.(sot) (dr. raymond schinazi) (00 33 32 //00 34 17 // 00 18 02)has anybody ever questioned the arrangement that you have that allows you to become very wealthy while working 7/8th's of your time with the government?nobody has questioned anything yet. that changed today as members including tim huelskamp grilled david shulkin, the va's under secretary for health. (sot)(may sub in a different sot)(huelscamp) but he just 3 sold a company for 400 million dollars. did anybody know about that?(shulkin) i'm not aware of who knew what three or four years ago. congressman mike coffman wanted to know
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one ot its own doctors developed?(sot mike coffman) is it bureaucratic incompetence or corruptiononr a combination of the two? //// this wasted resources is why this nation is unable to take care of the men and women who have served this country in uniform. (graphix 2 in) others were upset that schinazi wasn't here to be questioned. the va says schinazi retired just two days ago. (graphix 2 out)(sot rep. mike coffman) the person that is responsible always seems to retire before the starts. tag 3 public and health officials... and people living in the city of flint michigan appeared before congress before appeared michigan city of flint living in the and people officials... health public and public and health officials... and people living in the city of flint michigan appeared before congress yesterday to testify about the city's water crisis. one major player was missing... though.the attorney for former emergency manager darnell earley refused to take a subpoena ordering earley to testify. he said his client couldn't make it to washington in time. that excuse isn't sitting well with a committee chair who asked u - s marshals to track earley down. meanwhile in michigan... governor rick snyder is proposing more relief to flint water customers. 3 "when i do my presentation next week, i'm going to be calling for a 30 million dollar appropriation for a
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credit for water bills in flint."snyder says it'll take almost 800 - million dollars to fix the city of flint's water system on top of money already spent on bottled water and filters. the governor's announcement on bill relief comes after a lawsuit with the same goal was filed last month. 3 and turning to the white house now... for the first time in his presidency... barack obama visits an american mosque. he criticized politicians for what he considers anti - muslim rhetoric. but... as reporter jeff (able) abell tells us... the president's choice of mosques comes with controversy. 3 (neighbor) "he's on the way here in the motorcade"(track) when the presidents motorcade rolled into west baltimore. neighbors watched and wondered...(neighbor) "most of us don't really know the history of the muslim community"(track) for the first time since becoming
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obama visited a mosque...the islam society of baltimore, one of the largest in the country and one whose members president as he delivered a message of tolerance for all (abell). but the event wasn't without protest. 10 yrs ago it's former imam was quoted saying he condoned suicide bombings in certain cases." (resident speaks)(gaffney). "the muslim brotherhood is not the kind of company the president should be keeping" frank gaffney is with the centereror security policy. (gaffney). there are plenty of law-abiding muslims in this country it's just that the president never seems to reach out to them."(mosque spokeswoman)after 2 hours at the mosque, the president returned to washington.while some members question why his
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3 some little boys have puppies... others... have ducks.a 19 - month - old boy in magnolia texas named tyler is best friends with a duckling... nicknamed bee. tyler's parents are documenting the pair's special bond on facebook. the page is called mr. t and bee... a tale of a boy and his ducks.
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duckling when he was 9 - months - old and they've been best friends ever since.the special bond they share is pretty adorable. from bath time to sneaking cookies... tyler and bee have a lot of fun together. 3 3 3 3 yesterday was national signing day and we span siouxland to see who's going where. morningside... briar cliff... u - s - d... and quite a few high schools had announcements to make. see which big time siouxland high schoolers will continue their careers at siouxland colleges. chris is next inin orts. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat
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3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will be for colder air
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3 sports, with sports director chris neyenhouse.good morning, siouxland, here's a look at your morning sports.school may ve been out but even a blizzard couldn't stop national signing day from happening. sioux city east was one of the few schools to still hold their signing celebrations today.headed to nebraska is star soccer player elise huber. all-state defensive back ross godphrey is headed to north dakotata state, bruising running back terrell hills will play football at briar cliff and morningside gets mrac's champion golfer tyler danke. today they all reflected on how exciting this long-awaited day was for them.elyse huber/nebraska signee"i went to their id camp and they started talking to me and right then i realized this is the place i wanted to go."ross godfrey/ndsu signee"it's very
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give me the opportunity to become the best football player that i can be and i just want to get up there and win."terrell hills/briar cliff signee"i just like their school. they've got a great campus and a great coaching staff. they wanted to get better and they said they wanted me to be a part of that."tyler danke/momoingside signee"i love the campus and i think it's a great opportunity and i really look forward to continuing to play there and looking forward to winning a conference championship there." morningside welcomed 37 new football recruits today, many of whom attended tonight's welcoming signing ceremony at clyde's pub and grill in sioux city. players like north's deion claiborne, k-p linebacker jacob harvey, west sioux linebacker justin negaard, and spencer lineman nathan nissen are all in that championship caliber pipeline that head caoch steve ryan has going. and they give the mustangs a very siouxland feel on defense.jacob harvey/kingsley-pierson lb "right now he's not sure what i'm going to play. he wants to try me at running back. just e what i can do with my athleticism and stuff. he said on defense he sees me as a linebacker."justin negaard/west sioux lb"i'll be able to adapt to the changes and try to fit in to what morningside has to bring and take it from there."deion clayborne/sioux city north db"i'm pretty pumped. i can't wait to have my family all come out and watch and to come
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morningside they're very well cocohed. and they're good every single year."steve ryan/morningside head fb coach"the challenge is every year you've got to get a very good recruiting class if you want to keep it going. and the guys who are sitting in this room someday we're going to count on them to sit in this room and count on them to be excellents football players, excellent student, and excellent athletes."briar cliff announced a record-setting signing day today. 38 new chargers are set to join the football team. it's the most they've ever added. head coach tom rethmen is brining in 7 new running backs including the aformentioned hills and top spencer rusher dylan ellis. news usd head football coach bob nielson announced the signing of 24 4 udent-athletes to a national letter of intent. seven school standouts have accepted an offer of admissions to the university of south dakota and plan to join the coyote football program in the fall.rivals dot com says iowa has the 42nd ranked recruiting class which is 8th in the big ten with 21 three star recruits out of 24 total.nebraska's class is 5th in the big ten and 25th overall according to rivals. norfolk's david ingal-hop is there. heelan's brann hohenstein and west point beemer's tanner hass will be walking on. all in all 21 recruits announced.and iowa state's class is ranked 8th in the big 12 and 53rd overall according to rivals. they got 1 four star, 14 3-star and 28 recruits "coach ryan :my only regret tonight is i'm not out to see the morningside mustangs win a double header against northwestern!"coach we got you covered!1. pick up action in the first quarter.. morningside's ssica tietz with the layup.. mustangs up four to two remember the red
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year. 2. later in the first quarter. northwestern's paige danner hits the three.. red raiders trail by three.. ten to seven.3. move to the second quarteteand morningside's madison braun with the long pass to lexi ackerman for the layup.. mustangs up one.. eighteen to seventeen.4. later in the second quarter.. northwestern's renee maneman on the break.. she turns lexi ackerman around and scores the layup and she's fouled.. she'd make the free throw to put northwestern up twenty-one to twenty and mustangs win 80-65. lexi ackerman with her thousandth point as well! mens team though lost 82-65.mount marty is one of only two teams to beat morningside. they played at number nine briar cliff tonight.1) late first half lancers up. jessi corrick with the steal and finds lexi henschke! she's good! it's 24-16 lancers.2) then lancers coming back with t t 3-ball. this is raquel sutera. that's her specialty!3) chargers coming back. corrick on the break finds kaylee blake who scores and gets fouled. she hits game winners. but not tonight. mount marty wins 88- 81.number 6 briar cliff hosting mount marty tonight. the lancers looking for their first non-forfeit victory.1. in the first half.. briar
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three.. chargers up one.2. moments later.. shane graves with the nice move and the layup.. briar cliff up five in the first quarter.3. later in the first half.. austin homan with the nice reverse layup.. chargers still up five.4. moment's later.. graves with the nice pass to ricky williams for the e yup.. chargers up eight at that point and ...briar cliff wins 102-59.iowa and penn state tonight. this one was no contest. east grad adam woodbury had 15 rebounds in this one! iowa wins 73-59. nebraska also played a close game against number four maryland but they fell 70-65 at home.that's it for your morning sportscast.join us again tonight for sports at five and 10.have a great
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3 3 the coen brothers are back with an all - star tribute to classic hollywood. it's (time)... we'll have a preview of "hail, caesar!" next in your sunrise entertainment. 3 yesterday we were below normal thanks to all this snow. today we will make it closer to
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3 skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. 3 highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will
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the area.3 3 3 the newest coen brothers film opens friday. "hail, caesar" is a comedy *who - dunit* with an all - star cast... and suzanne marques sat down with some of the stars for a sneak preview. 3 trt 1:24"hail, caesar" reunites the coen brothers with one of their favorite leading men. nats bungling line: a truth we could see if we but ---george clooney plays the bumbling movie star baird whitlock. and channing tatum makes his coen brothers debut. clooney: they'll send me a script and go here's another idiot. and i go i'm in. tatum: where do i show up?gc: i'm your guy. i'm your idiotit's a movie about the =making= of a movie. josh brolin is a 1950's
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track down his missing star in a musical about ancient rome. nats: baird whitlock has been kidnappedone scene came to blows... nats slapping... maybe more than necessary. brolin: it lasted for quite a while. i think at george's urging. i think george feels shameful at all the success he's had and i think it was a perfect opportunity for him to just equalizescarlett johansson is the underwater star and tatum learned some new moves for his role. gc: 12.13.34 how great is the tap dance routine. isn't he great? suzanne: and he didn't know how to do it before, right?gc: noct: nope, never did it before. or sing by the waynats clip: channing sings "no dames" "hail, caesar" is a tip of the hat to hollywood's golden age... for better and for worse.nats: would that it were, would that it were, would that it weresm, cbs news, los angeles 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this
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this weekend, and a lot of folks are going to parties to watch the game. what's your favorite thing to eat while the game is on? 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 3 still to come this morning... only four people have photographed every super bowlwl
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he rereects on 50 super years.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead. keep it right here on
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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 3 cat taylor. 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should
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the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will be for colder air to move into the area. 3 a sports illustrated photographer one of four people to have snapped a picture at every super bowl ever played. as he got ready to cover his 50th big game john biever spoke with reporter john blackstone about his favorite pictures from football's grandest stage. 3 1--at super bowlwlne in 1967, the very first super bowl touchdown was captured by a photographer, just 15 years old, john biever.01:03:46 - (biever): i had max mcgee's first touchdown.*** it's kind of a wide shot showing empty stands in the background. 01:03;08 -(blackstone) the
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first super bowl? (biever): the stands were not full.**** 2--since then biever has photographed every super bowl. 01:41:05 - here's joe namath coming off the field after super bowl 3.***01:40:12 - (biever): here's john madden getting carried off the field. (blackstone) ah. (biever): super bowl 11.***3--biever got to the first super bowl because his father was team photographer for the green bay papaers. that first game gave him a favorite photo. (01:04:31) it's vince lombardi coming off the field after the first super bowl. my father's to the right in the background, so i had two of my heroes together in the same shot.******* 4--by super bowl 4 biever was working as a professional.(01:08:26) (biever): i've always looked for impact. (1:08:29***) i want to see the athlete's ce. 5-5-or 30 years now he has been with sports illustrated. (biever)01:29:33 - this player celebrating with confetti of course made the picture.***6--his photos illustrate changes in both the game and photography.01:26:24 -this was our first digital cover. this is the first 3 year we didn't use film. *** 01:07:22 - (biever): now it's all auto-focus equipment.**** that little talent of being able to follow and focus the
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and you liked it in the old days when mud went flying?*** 01:28:06 - (biever): this is one of my favorite shots. //super bowl 22 of doug williams. //01:31:58 - (blackstone) real grass, real mud -- the way the game used to be? ( (ever): the way it used to be a a it made better pictures. it wasn't as antiseptic as it is now.*** 7--in spite of the changes one thing at super bowl 50 will be the same: john biever will be there with his camera.jb cbs news sfr bowl one in 1967, the very first super bowl touchdown was captured by a photographer, just 15 years old, john biever.01:03:46 - (biever): i had max mcgee's first touchdown.*** it's kind of a wide shot showing empty stands in the background. 01:03;08 -(blackstone) the stands were not full for the first 3 3 3 the snow falls.starts *after* the real work shows... popham nick (pop - hum) news reporter siouxland news reporter nick (pop - hum) popham shows... the real work starts *after* the snow falls. 3 that work involves clearing their driveways ananyards of the massive amounts of snow. but some people like fernado claren have found a positive outlook on the task."been out here for a good hour and half shoveling about 14 inches of snow. it's a lot of fun we get a good workout of it hence the reason we don't buy a snow blower because we do get a good workout. ." siouxland experienced snow in some places that reached over a foot causing people to come out with snow blowers and
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schools in turn were closed in the area causing some students the books and pick up the shovel.should just do it becacae of the amount of this snow.// it good because we had no school and it was good break i got to sleep in. ""i hope we don't get to much more (laughs) we get a break.// i guess the kids will like it on that hill over their they go sliding down."another problem in the area is fire hydrants covered in snow.sioux city's fire department wants anyone with hydrants on their lawns to dig them out and give enough space around them so officials can use them if necessary."because time is essential during those fire emergencies so we want to make sure that we can get the water to the house as quickly as possible to prevent further damages."the hydrants are just one of a number of things that
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of this storm.3 3 lieutenant rodriguez says if you can't move the snow away from a hydrant on your lawn... you can call the fire prevention office and they'll send a truck to help as soon as they can. 3 the storm closed i - 29 in south dakota between north sioux city and sioux falls... but there was also a big mess down on i - 80 in nebraska.this is video from a nebraska state patrol airplane flying over i - 80 near grand island yesterday morning. the road was closed between lincoln and north platte for almost an entire day... re - opening a little bit at a time between 1 and 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. there are still a couple of roads in nebraska that are completely blocked because of snow. none of those are in siouxland... though. 3 the city of sioux city has plans to pick up the garbage that was left behind because of the
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collect garbage or recycling tuesday *or* wednesday.the city's king anyone who was supposed t t have t tirs picked up tuesday or wednesday to put your garbage cans out now... they'll be picked up starting today.thursday collection will collection will move to saturday..in dakota city garbage collection was moved back because of the storm... too.the city says garbage regularly picked up on thursday 3 will be e cked up on friday now. 3 lifeserve blood center says the storm put a lot stress on its blood supply levels.the center says the storm stopped donors from coming in tuesday... and increased demand from accidents being treated at the hospitals it serves. they're asking people to make a donation to make sure they have enough supply to meet demand. 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 a buena vista county fafaly is lucky to be e alive after their
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snow.the fire chief in newell iowa says the family of eight went to bed tuesday night feeling slightly sick and woke up vomiting early yesterday morning.the father called 9 - 1 - 1 and crews took the family to the hospitit... they had carbon monoxide poisoning.the home's furnace vent had been covered by snow... forcing fumes back into the home.crews found high levels of carbon monoxide inside. the family is still in the hospital... but they're all expected to recover. 3 "one of the hard parts is that carbon monoxide is an oderless, colorless, tasteless gas and the only way you really detect it is through a carbon monoxide alarm so it's important if you do have one you put it near your bedroom area so you can hear and wake so you can hear it. " 3 we've been talking a lot about the snow for the past few days... and how much work it makes... but you can have fun with it... too.yesterday we got this video here in dakota dunes. some kids having fun on their
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climbing on huge piles of snow. we still have a few siouxland area schools either closed or opening late today. those announcements are scrolling along the bottom of your screen and are also posted online at siouxland news dot com. 3 the name of a car might be a lot easier to change than the way it looks. check out what's being called the ugliest car ever made! c - n - n's jon jensen takes a look. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- they're fast they're furious and usually imported from europe.but soon, the gulf may have a supercar of its own. meet the elibriea, unveiled in qatar.it was designed and built in doha the brainchild of abdul wahab ziaullah, a texas a & m engineering graduate. (jon jensen, cnn) "how does it feel to have your own sports car at 27?"(abdul wahab ziaullah, founder & owner, elibriea) "it feels
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such a cumbersome and lovely task."the concept took two and a half years to build...and lots of money, though ziaullah won't say how much. he got funding from qatar's national research fund and d local business - eager to see it hit the market. (imad hashim, ali bin ali group, corporate communications manager) "this idea won't stop here at the prototype stage, he says. it has big potential to grow."the car has a v8, 525-horsepower "made in qatar" engine. (mohamed attiya, visitor) "it is a very nice and modern concept, he says. it's a good development and accomplishment for the country."not everyone, though, likes the jet-like design. some on social media even calling it "hideous"... and "the world's ugliest car". but at least the elibriea would be in good company...one popular auto review site - edmunds - calling this high-powered lambourghini the ugliest car of all time. ziaullah says he's taking it all in stride. (abdul wahab ziaullah, founder & owner,
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are a large group of people who love the design is enough for me to pursue it on the development stage. he's hoping his fast car will sell big... and roll off local lots later this year. jon jensen, cnn abu 3 3 there's a big worry about the spread of the zika virus in the united states. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you a new way the disease can spread.
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out there this morning. 3 bundnd up! 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor" 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north of the area. highs again will be in the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the trend will be for colder air to move into the area. 3
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3 older men who exercise regularly are less likely to fall and hurt themselves. that's according to researchers at yale university who looked at hundreds of f men between the ages of 70 and 89 years old. they did *not* find a similar link in women. 3 3 the earlier pregnant women with severe flu get on antivirals the better. a centers for disease control study finds expectant moms who take tamiflu within twtwdays ofof their symptoms cut their r
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days. research shows pregnant women are at higher risk for serious flu complications... even death. 3 3 and researchers in london have found plaque buildup that's related to alzheimer's disease in people with moderate to severe brain injuries. the small study looked at 9 people around the age of 44. doctors say the findings suggest damage to the brain may trigger the production of plaque. 3 the governor of florida has declared a health emergency in four counties because of the zika virus. officials thought all the cases contracted the virus while traveling... but as reporter chris martinez shows us... there are some worries now after health officials confirmed it's been spread through sexual contact. 3 health officials around the world are paying close attention to a dallas case of zika virus transmitted through sexual contact. the patient was infected by a person who picked up the virus in venezuela. nats at an emergency meeting of health officials in latin america , the director of the pan american health organization said this brings new questions on how to handle the zika
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etienne/director, pan american health organization) "obviously it would bring a new dimension to the zika problem and that will bebe studied further."the mosquito- borne virus is rapidly spreading through latin america and the caribbean. health officials here in the us say they are not surprised to hear of transmission through sex but emphasize the disease is generally spread through mosquito bites(sot dr. tom frieden/cdc director) "the bottom-line for the public in the continental us remains the same. if you are pregnant and thinking of travelling to a place with zika spreading.. don't."the virus has been linked to several thousands of cases of a serious birth defect called microcephaly which causes babies to be born with small heads.the world health organization has declared a globabahealth ergency . researchereraround the world are working hard on a vaccine. brazil scientists are trying to create one using the vaccine for dengue. chris martinez cbs news los angeles. 3 3 the fitbit is finally getting
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3 good morning, (sioux city)... it's (13) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (jc roofing and insulating) camera. 3 microsofofjust bought o o of the most popular keyboard apps. here's your c - net tech update. 3 "the fitbit finally gets fashionable. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. ***""today we welcome a new fitbit into the world. there are so many of these choose from, and the latest from fitbit hopes to lure you in with style. it's called the alta. the main screen module in the center does all the computing, and you can swap out the bands in multiple colors, and there's even leather and metal options for when you're feeling fancy. the bands cost extra, but the main alta costs $130 dollars, and get an activity tracker, you also get alerts you when you're too lazy and not moving. yes, judgement about
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these things, because sitting is the devil. this model does not have a heart-rate tracker, but in exchange it promises to automatically recognize what type of activitytyou are doing. so it knows when you're on an elliptical machine, or biking outdoors, or doing aerobics, all based on motion, and that gets factored into calorie burning calulations on the app. the screen also shows incoming smartphone messages. it hits us stores in march, and other countries soon after. *""you can get about 5 days out of the alta before it needs a recharge. battery life can be a make-or-break feature for many people. microsoft just updated its band 2 software to improve battery life when you have gps on for outdoor workouts. the gps power saver mode gets you four more hours of tracking, because it'll chececyour cation less frequently. microsoft also updated its health app so you can enter in your weight and track changes, but isn't that a basic thing that should have been there from the start?***""microsoft has also been busy with other apps. it just acquired the popular keyboard app swiftkey,
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than 300 million mobile devices. (credit: swiftkey: 01;55;03 - 02;02;13)it learns your typing style and offers suggestions while you type. the financial times reports microsoft paid around $250 million dollars for the technology.***"but how about we balance all this health and productivity talk with some new games? nintendo announced that it's first mobile game will be launching in march for both ios and android. it's call miitomo, and all we really know so far is, well, it's not really a game-game. it's more like a social network where you talk to other friend's miis and share photos. to get you hooked, there are incentives. the new my nintendo rewards program is tied into this, but details on pointstsre unclear. nintendo is releasing 5 mobile apps over the next year, it teased to some press that the next one will have a well-known
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mean mario or donkey kong is coming to your phone? i don't know. ***we'll probably just get something with the dog from duck hunt. that's it for this tech update, and there's more at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey 3 watching a super bowl on the 50 yard line is most football fans' dream. but in the near future, that experience may not costs thousands of dollars and be limited to a lucky few. cnet's brian tong explains how virtual reality, or v-r, is changing the game for fans and players. 3 trt- 1:45the big game has often meant watching on a big screen. but virtuauareality, or v-r, could 3 change that, so fans aren't just watching the action on the field, they're virtually in the middle of it.sot from fansi've never seen anything like it.i'm on the field, you know, i'm right there with the players. sot - miles perkins, vp of marketing communication jaunt vrviviual reality is making yououfeel like you are somewhere where you aren't.
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out and touch someone.at the nfl experience for super bowl 50, jaunt vr and next vr gave many football fans their first glimpse of n-f-l content in virtual reality.sots from fans it's almost like being at the game, but you don't have to pay the ticket price.it felt like i was on the sidelines. sot - miles perkins, vp of marketing communications, jaunt vrwell for vr it's the ticket that you can't get. you can't get down there on the field. you can't get in the locker room. with special headsets and smartphones as screens, the 3-d view is either 180 or 360 degrees. when you move your head, you can see who and what's around you.sot- miles perkins, vp of marketing communications, jaununvrvr is excellent fofo that kind of behind the scenes, in the huddle or right there on the sidelines, it's perfect.next vr has tested showing an n-f-l game live in virtual reality.sot - dj roller, co-founder nextvr there's no technical limitations from us doing it today. we look forward to working with the nfl.those future v-r live stream could mean fans who can't attend games could experience them at fraction of the price.sot - dj roller, co-founder nextvrit could be a pay per view and a la carte, a subscription. virtual reality isn't just for viewers. several nfl teams, including the 49ers, train with v-r to cut down on the
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sot - al guido, 49ers chief erating officer so t ttry to replicate that action n real titi, vr's a good way to do it so, you know, if we can put our quarterback in the pocket feeling pressure it's still unclear when we'll be able to watch a super bowl game in v-r but we know there are already some fans ready for it to be reality.sot from fanit was amazing.in san francisco, brian tong, cnet.com for cbs news. 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 today, look for mostly sunny skies. even though it will be a pretty cold start, we should see afternoon highs top out in the lower 30s. for friday, it will stay pretty mild but we may see the slightest chance for light snow as a weak wave will move mainly north oothe area. highs again will b bin the lower 30s. for the weekend, temperatures will be warming up into the mid 30s on friday and near 40 on sunday. despite the warmer weather on sunday, we will again see a chance for light snow to close out the weekend. for early next week, it appears that the
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3 a sneak peak into the control room of "grease: live!" has the internet in awe. the production called for an epic degree of shot - calling. count on c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos for the behind - the - scenes choreography of counting. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- how could a live tv performance of grease...nats: greased lightningmake even a shuttle launch...7-6-5sound lethargic.2 2 3 4-shot 4 2 3 4 1 2 3-shot 5 1 2 3 shot 6 3 bars when the associate
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two and a half minute control room clip to facebook...2 2 3 4 1 go people said...nats: tell me more, tell me more all that counting, all that intensity...1 2 3 4 20 2 bars 2 beatsone commenter wrote "that was awesome!! i'm exhausted listening to you." broadcast director alex reginski says he's blown away by the response.(alex reginski/broadcast director) but i'm thrilled. i'm thrilled to share little bit of the art, about the choreography behind the scenes.alex is the guy who pre planned each and every shot during rehearsal, some 15-hundred shots, so that the associate director could call them out when they went live...1 2 whip 4 bars what you're hearing is a shot number plus counting the duration of the shot in beats and bars.watch for the shot change when she calls for shots 18 and 19.2 3 4 1 2 3 18 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 19 8 bars for 3 hours of live performance , associate director carrie havel had her head buried in a script that seemed almost like a musical score. show? what show?(alex reginski/broadcast director) she didn't get to see it. we came off air, she was like what was the show like? and i'm like "it was great!" let's count our way through shots 27, 28 and 29... 3 2 3 4 27 4 28 2 3 4 29 4 bars 1 beat broadcast director's favorite facebook comment....(alex reginski/broad cast director) it's like rubbing your head and rubbing your tummy at the same time.
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nana..but bet the associate director won't be counting sheep.1 2 3 a jeanne moos cnn2 barsnew york(nats: more counting) 3 we'll take a look at your news and weather to go coming up after the break...you're
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3 itit now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ...
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3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 hillary clinton and bernie sanders have their fifth democratic debate tonight in new hampshire ahead of the nation's first primary next week. wednesday the candidates traded jabs over theieiprogressive lues during a town hall style meeting. on the republican side... donald trump and ted cruz are locked in a war of words now after trump's second place finish in the iowa caucuses.florida governor rick scott talked to the public today over the growing worry about the zika virus. wednesday governor scott clared a health emergency in four counties after at least nine cases of the mosquito - borne virus were found in the state. health officials in texas are still evaluating the first known case of the virus transmitted in the u - s through sex.and... a sexual assault case against t ll cosby in pennsylvania moveveforward now. back in december... cosby was arrested and charged
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former temple university employee at his suburban philadelphia home in 2004. after a two day marathon hearing... a judge swept aside claims that a previous district attorney had granted the comedian immunity against prosecution a decade ago. 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
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