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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 breezy conditions continue through the morning in all of siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s today with partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on saturday into the teens but temperatures will bounce back to the 30's on sunday. 3
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3 right now... people in new hampshire are already casting votes in the first in the nation primary. the tiny towns of dixville notch... millsfield... and hart's location have handed victory to john (case - ick) kasich and bernie sanders. c - b - s news correspondent (we - juh) weijia (jang) jiang is in
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3 chyrons:(pkg) --nats voting-- 3 the tiny community of dixville notch was first to vote in the new hampshire primary...and handed victory to john kasich. -nat/sot (donald trump) - let's have a big big victory tomorrowbut gop frontrunner donald trump is still betting on a big win here.at a rally in manchester last night - trump repeated his 'get out the vote' message...(sot donald trump) she says darling i love you but i've fallen in love with another man.//i don't give a damn you gotta to get out to voteand mocked for marco rubio - for his so-called robotic performance at saturday's debate:(sot donald trump) i said wait, wait, wait he said that two minutes ago.// so after the fifth time, i said what the hell is going on over here? the florida senator came under fire again monday for repeating this line, moments apart, at the same event:(sot marco rubio) jeanette and i are raising our four children in the 21st century//in the 21st century, it's becoming harder than ever to instill in your children.(standup: weijia jiang/ cbs news manchester, new hampshire) on the democratic side - hillary
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to the finish against bernie sanders.(nat/sot) four votes for bernie sandersnone for hillary.the vermont senator already picked up a win in dixville notch overnight...and is leading clinton among female voters in the granite state.(sot hillary clinton) i have a message to all undecided voters -- please vote with your head and your heart.people are projected to turn out to vote in record numbers despite snow in the forecast.weijia jiang cbs news manchester, new hampshire. 3 a third of republican voters are still trying to decide who to vote for according to the latest c - n - n u - n - h w - m - u - r poll from monday. that's a very big last - minute unkown. 3 it opened last fall. the first park in siouxland dedicated to people with special needs. now folks with the miracle league baseball field in riverside park plan to expand.the board's president went before the city council last night to talk about the idea... and to ask for help. kevin (knee - guard) negaard said the non - profit group raised more than a million dollars to build its baseball field in riverside park last year... now he
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two... which will include building a baseball field - shaped splash pad next to the ballfield and playground that's there right now. that project is expected to cost almost 200 - thousand dollars... but (knee - guard) negaard says it'll make the space even better for the people it serves. 3 "when we see how phase one came together and how the community and the city really came together to support it and what its offered for kids with disabilities and their families, now, you can't be more excited about what phase two will do because, again, it'll just create more integration and add another really nice piece out to the 3 complex."the city supported the miracle league's first phase with a 330 - thousand dollar donation. (knee - guard) negaard hopes the council can donate 50 - thousand dollars to the project every other year moving forward. (knee - guard) negaard hopes to have the splash pad done by june so he can start getting ready to add a mini golf course accessible for people in wheel chairs. 3 this morning we're learning more about the struggle for a
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police officer and the man he was trying to arrest shot early sunday.sioux city police chief doug young says officers were called to the valley park apartments near leif erikson park to investigate a robbery. they smelled marijuana... that led them to an apartment where they found eight people and guns. the eight were all handcuffed. young says while waiting for more officers to take the suspects to jail... officers let 18 - year - old isaiah mothershed sit on a couch while he was still handcuffed with his hands behind his back. the chief says mothershed pulled a 40 caliber handgun from inside the couch and shot officer ryan (more - its) moritz on the inner thigh of his left leg. 3 "officer moritz then lunged towards mothershed to secure the weapon and another round was fired off at that time. that round struck mothershed in his own thigh causing some damage to his leg." 3 police are charging mothershed
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murder and five counts of first degree robbery. they think he was involved in a december 7th home invasion on south alice street where a 19 - year - old man with special needs was assaulted. last july mothershed was also charged with two counts of kidnapping... but those charges were dropped later. 3 "obviously it's very disturbing to the department and officers that work here. we work hard to put criminals like this in jail. i don't know what the circumstances were that caused the county attorney to dismiss the charges, but i think it's very evident with the information that we had, what he's capable of doing."you can see officer moritz here... this is from 2014. right now he's at home recovering... but he could be back at work as soon as the end of this week. mothershed is still being treated in the hospital. 3 3 along with mothershed... six other people are facing charges because of this. first... there's 20 - year - old robert seaberry... 19 - year - old justin
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old jordyn delfs. seaberry is charged with 3 counts of first degree robbery. ferguson... two counts of first degree robbery. and delfs is charged with harboring a runaway.17 - year - old macayla knight...16 - year - old austin (bella - zak) bulizak...and 16 - year - old jamaal ferguson are facing charges... too. knight is charged with 1st degree robbery. (bella - zak) bulizak is charged with four counts of first degree robbery. and ferguson is charged with one count of first degree burglary. 3 this morning a student from north middle school is recovering after he was hit by a car yesterday afternoon.the 13 - year - old boy was hit along outer drive near north middle. the accident happened just after 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. police say the kid might have broken his ankle... but he was *not* taken to the hospital by ambulance. 3 sioux city's school board wants to make its bus fleet more modern... *and* cut down on how much diesel fuel the district uses.the board talked about buying three new buses for the
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the catch... though? these new buses would be fueled by *propane.* one reason they didn't give the go ahead right away is because the district would have to install a propane tank at the district's transportation hub to fuel the new buses. if you combine the cost of *that* with the cost of the buses themselves... the total project could cost more than half a million dollars. 3 now we turn to a dog owner's nightmare. you're stuck at work and your best friend is stuck at home... in serious need of a potty break. as c - b - s news correspondent jamie (you - cuss) yuccas shows us... there *are* some apps for that! 3 supers: :12- :20 julien lopresti/uses dog walking app :48- :53 jamie yuccas/cbs news/new york1:03-1:09 matthew kinzle/manager, wag1:17-1:22 eleanor clowe/wag walkertrt - 1:32(pkg)(vo - new york)reptar is an energetic lovable mutt. (sot-julien lopresti/uses dog walking app)"she's probably the most loyal dog i've ever her a big part of his family. but for much of the day, he's city office.(sot-julien lopresti/uses dog walking app) at 7 am and sometimes not getting back until 7 pm. it's not fair to the dog to leave them that long."that's why he downloaded wag - an on demand dog walking app.with the push walker to go to his apartment (nats)on this day eleanor are given a lockbox so the dog
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ten dollars for a potty break or up to $30 for a one hour deluxe walk.(sot-julien lopresti/uses dog walking app) "once they start the walk, you get a notification you can follow them on gps and it tells you what happened during the walk."(bridge: jamie yuccas/cbs news/new york)dog walking is a growing industry- bringing in some 900 million dollars a year.(vo)other apps like swifto and zingy recently launched as well.wag's new york city manager matthew kinzle says the company puts walkers through a background check. (sot-matthew kinzle/manager, wag)"we have a very tough vetting process//1:37 we hire less than one percent of the walkers that apply."clowe is a college student, she can pick and chose her own schedule, making money on each walk she accepts.(sot-eleanor clowe/wag walker)"if i'm going to buy a new pair of shoes i'll take on like 20 walks in a day." (sot-julien lopresti/uses dog walking app)"it's a lot of
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been taking care of."less stress for both the dog owner...and his best friend. jamie yuccas, cbs news. new york. 3 the smithsonian national zoo's latest panda cub ( bay - bay) bei bei had his first taste of climbing a tree monday.the giant panda cub had some help from his mom (may) mei (shang) xiang after a few failed tries.the little panda made a valiant effort before getting a helping hand back down to the ground. 3 3 3 3 wind chills are well below zero this morning. grab a heavy coat, mittens, and a hat before you step out! 3 3 the world has recognized the zika virus as a serious threat. coming up next... we'll meet one of the doctors who helped the world
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disease can be. 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 union" 3 breezy conditions continue through the morning in all of siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s today with partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on saturday into the teens but temperatures will bounce back to the 30's on sunday. 3
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... today is national pizza day. what are your favorite pizza
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3 big movies meant big bucks at the toy store... karina mitchell is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 investors will wait to see if stocks can rally after a steep sell-off monday. another drop in oil prices rattled investors, adding to concern about an economic slowdown. // the dow had been down as much as 400 points before recovering some of that loss.. to close down 177 points. while a steep decline in technology stocks dragged the nasdaq down 79.///lower oil prices have led to a dramatic
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but california drivers are getting less of a break than the rest of the country. a state panel is investigating why the golden state pays 78-cents more per gallon of gas than the national average. the committee wants to explore policy changes that might bring down the price./// hollywood played a starring role in the holiday toy wars. hasbro reported sales of products geared towards boys rocketed 35-percent compared to last year. that included lightsabers and other toys related to the new star wars franchise - as well as products tied to "jurassic world." sales in the girls sector didn't fare as well - falling 17-percent.and that's your money watch report. for more log onto cbsmoneywatc h.com.in new york, i'm km. 3 3 brazil has reported more than 4,000 cases of (micro - seph - ah - lee) microcephaly... a birth defect where babies have a small head. c - b - s news cheif medical correspondent doctor jon lapook has the story of a dedicated doctor who made tracking down the virus a family affair. their early
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response to this emerging worldwide threat. 3 (narration one): pediatric neurologist doctor vanessa van der linden saw her first case of microcephaly back in august. soon more infants with the same condition, the same unusually small head. (144820) during 2 weeks, //5 cases of babies with microcephaly. (narration two:) her mother, ana, also a doctor, phoned with troubling news. (144940) she called me, vanessa, now i see 7 babies with microcephaly in the same day. (144947 jlp) when you heard that, what did you think? (vv) it's a new disease, something very strange. //(145125)you need to think of agents that cause epidemics, that causes many cases at the same time. 145131 you were like detectives? yes, yes (smile). (jon with vanessa in the exam room) (narration three)after ruling out the usual causes, they looked for other clues. seventy percent of the women reported a rash during pregnancy, a symptom that helped lead them to the main suspect: zika. (nats) rayane canpelo and elvis torres' baby evellyn melissa
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"...que acho que se fosse escolher..."this is her first child. 1:14 (crying) (narration) "if any mother or father could choose," she said, "they would choose to have a normal baby, a healthy baby. but because you cannot choose i am going to love my daughter. (pause) i wouldn't abandon her for anything. " sot: we can't go back and change something that happed in brazil, but we can help the other places in the world, //(081720 appx) it's not like a disease that you have and then in a few months you will be okay. this is forever. 3 3 after the break... the u - s and its pacific allies are trying to decide how to respond to north korea's latest missile launch we'll show you how close the country could be to having a nuclear armed missile.
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cold ninini3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor"3 3 breezy conditions continue through the morning in all of siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s today with partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on saturday into the teens but temperatures will bounce back
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3 the u - s and its pacific allies don't know how to respond to north korea's latest missile launch. as reporter david martin shows us... the north korean government seems bent on developing a ballistic missile that could strike the u - s. 3 narr the north korean launch, which was watched by its brash, young leader, succeeded in putting a satellite into space, but u.s. officials say it is tumbling in orbit. it is the second time north korea has tried but
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stable orbit. 3 graphics inthe newest one is circling the earth at a height of about 300 miles in a roughly north-south orbit that took it over the super bowl about an hour after the game had ended. graphics out shortly before the game, president obama told gayle king of cbs this morning the launch was one more reason to be worried about north korea. sot obama: this is an authoritarian regime, it's provocative, it has repeatedly violated u.n. resolutions, tested and produced nuclear weapons and now they are trying to perfect their missile launch system.narr the three-stage rocket carrying the satellite was launched saturday night from north korea's space launch facility and could be seen flying south over water, never posing a threat to the united states which had its missile defense system on alert just in case.graphics in the satellite is roughly the same size as a nuclear warhead. when combined with last month's underground nuclear explosion, north korea seems slowly but surely graphics outto be developing a long
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the u.s. with a nuclear weapon. the u.s. and south korea immediately announced they would begin talks on sending a new missile defense system to the peninsula -- in effect adding another layer to the missile defenses already deployed to protect south korea. (on cam the white house said the u.s. and its allies would level additional sanctions against a country that is already an economic basket case. but so far nothing has succeeded in pressuring north korea to give up its nuclear weapons program.) 3 3 still to come... the northeast got another taste of winter... and that made things rough on a cruise liner. we'll show you what happened on this *wild* ride. you're watching siouxland
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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 cat taylor. 3 breezy conditions continue through the morning in all of siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s today with partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on saturday into the teens but temperatures will bounce back
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3 this morning 3 people in new england are digging out after a powerful winter storm dumped up to a foot of snow in some places. as reporter don champion shows us... the storm also made for some scary times on board a cruise ship. 3 chyrons:sgt joe race/madison, ct policegeorge sycip/passenger (pkg)(sot tue0048 :55) nat well into the overnight hours, snow continued falling in new england.(sot tue0048 :07) nat sledding in boston, kids jumped at the chance to take advantage of the weather. nearly a foot of snow fell in many parts of the area as a major winter storm skirted the northeast. (mon0174 :49) in some places, near white-out conditions made travel difficult.(sot mon0199 mos no name :26) "i think it's beautiful as well, and i'm glad it's hitting us finally because i want spring to come sooner than later" (-:31) (mon0370) in connecticut, slippery conditions caused this tour bus to spin out and
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passengers were hurt.(sot mon0370 sgt joe race/madison, ct police :17) "once we got on scene there were people already out of bus, didn't know what to do" (-:22) (mon0198 :55) along the coastline powerful waves caused flooding.(sot mon0280 :15) nat "oh my god" (-:16) (mon0280 :06) and out at sea, passengers aboard royal caribbean's "anthem of the seas" cruise ship, felt the wrath of the weather after the ship got caught in the storm. 20 feet waves and 100 mile per hour winds shook nerdes and caused damage on board.(sot mon0280 george sycip/passenger :25) "you could hear the waves crashing, metal twisting, all night long it was scary" (-:31) the ship with 45-hundred passengers had been headed to port canaveral, florida... and is now on the way back to its home port in new jersey. don champion, cbs news. 3 the cruise ship should get into new jersey sometime early wednesday morning right as another storm system heads to
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more inches of snow possible. 3 if your car is still stuck in the street by snow from the blizzard... you'd better move it *now*... or face a hefty bill. 3 yesterday morning sioux city started towing vehicles that had those yellow tags on'em. the city wants'em out of the way so they can finish plowing the streets. so if your car is still stuck on the street from the bilzzard a week ago... here's how much you could pay. each car gets a 30 dollar parking ticket. that's on top of a 150 dollar towing fee. plus... you'll have to pay 38 dollars to get your vehicle released from the police impound. that amounts to a grand total of 218 dollars. 3 the high wind pushed back the re - inflation of the charger dome in south sioux city.the dome is owned by briar cliff university. it was deflated last week after crews found a rip in the fabric after the big blizzard. yesterday morning a repair expert was in town to look at the damage. the university hopes to get the dome back up
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week. 3 "i know the coaches are excited about we had to cancel a softball tournament last weekend. she is trying to reschedule that for this weekend, the coaches also where doing great in track this year. so having an indoor facility to get the kids back to practicing here is really important to them. baseball is starting so we got all our outdoor sports starting now so it critical we get it up fast."the owner of the repair company says getting the dome back to a usuable state is "do - able"... but it'll be tedious. 3 "so we have new material arriving later today. we will take the old material and trace it so we match everything back together perfectly. and it's just a slow monotonous process of hand welding it back together and when the wind dies down we will inflate the dome again and put the boards back that hold the dome in place "briar cliff has owned the old
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3 if you tried to go to chipotle for lunch yesterday... you saw that *closed* sign on the front door.but sioux city's chipotle wasn't alone... every one of the chain's u - s locations was closed for 4 hours yesterday to update employees on the company's efforts to clean up its stores and prevent the spread of diseases like e - coli and norovirus. outbreaks of those diseases late last year were linked to chipotle... causing a massive hit to the company's stock price and sales. most locations *did* re - open yesterday afternoon. 3 the iowa utilities board started deciding what to do about a controversial oil pipeline that would cross much of northwest iowa. 3 the public will *not* have a chance to talk to the board during the meetings this week. the company that wants to build the pipeline... dakota access of dallas texas... said it's signed agreements with landowners who represent more than 87 percent of properties affected in north dakota... south dakota... iowa... and
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percent of the landowners in iowa. 3 3 iowa senate democrats are working to pass a bill designed to stop governor terry branstad's plan to privatize medicaid.the bill directs the department of human services to give 30 - days notice of contract termination to the three companies involved... and it's also got the support of a prominent northwest iowa senator... david johnson of (oh - chee - done) ocydan. branstad says senators are playing politics with a plan a lot of states have already adopted. 3 "new hampshire with a democratic governor, gov. hassan, is asking hhs for the same approval that we're asking for managed care for medicaid. i don't see them attacking her. so, that's pretty partisan from how i see it."republican house speaker linda upmeyer says even if the bill passes the democratically controlled senate... it'll have no chance to pass the
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3 sioux city firefighters put themselves in harms way everyday. our own siouxland news reporter kayla novak takes you behind the scenes to show you how the firefighters spend their days inside the fire house. 3 a fire house is a simple building to most.... but a home to those who put 3 themselves in harm's way. "it's your second home. we are here every third day we spend the entire time, so a third of our life is with this family." and with the family atmosphere.. obviously there is some friendly teasing about who does the real work."that's an age old question to every fire department is engine versus truck. // i like being on the truck cause they get to go to every fire but as soon as i'm on the engine then i will jump ship and have the rivalry against the truck." jokes aside... days are filled with trainings and inspections. it starts at 8am for breakfast and a meeting... then its straight to work....every emergency vehicle door, compartment and crevice is checked for the right equipment, if its working and on the right
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it's logged. "every job comes with paperwork, the time that it is the worst is at 2 or 3 in the morning when you just want to crawl back in bed. but you have to do the report " mondays are saved for extra checks that save their lives... air tanks are checked for this (sot bell) goes off at the right air pressure level... and the pass devices to activate (beeps) if its stationary or the air tank is low.. each year.. masks require a fit test... to make sure it continues to keep the bad air out... fire suits are looked over each shift and if its worn down or torn it will go in for a wash, a fix or a replacement.. the station is also swept and hosed down... but if they hear a beep.... and a call... they drop everything and head out to help someone in need... as soon as they are back..they pick up where they left off... on the first of the month... all emergency vehicles are also taken out the garage to make sure they are running properly.... ladders are pulled out and manuvered... all pumps are inspected and they even clean under the hood...after all the house work, its time for some specialty training.. "we do a lot of classes and a lot of training. some of it is computer based for some knowledge, also a lot of hands on, today we are going to be doing some rope resuce and
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skills and things like that...if you don't get to use them all the time you will lose them so we are always training with them. so we are ready for any situation." breaks are only saved for a bite to eat... working out... and some times even sleep....but when this sounds... (sot of alarm) ..... its right back to saving lives. in sioux city...kayla novak... siouxland news. 3 if you've ever played in a fantasy football league... you know losing among family and friends can be really brutal.that's what happened with john (zar - see) zarse. he ended up *last* in his fantasy league this year... and the first place finisher
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so... john had to wear a football onesie and hold a sign that said "i'm the worst at fantasy football."he was on the busiest corner in fort wayne sunday before the big game. don't feel too bad for john... though... last year he actually won his fantasy football league. 3 3 3 3 we'll get you ready for denim and dreams. we're talkin' this stars fundraiser... next... in "talk of the town." 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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taylor"3 "you're watching 3 3 3 3 stars inc. does a lot of great things in siouxland. and now you can do something great to help stars out. head to denim and dreams. we're talkin' with debbie scollard about that here on "talk of morning! guests discuss upcoming
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3 thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment...or want to find out any more information...you can
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site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... 3 3 some people think the - p debate were pretty awkward. we'll show you some other bad noteworthy entrances. it's (time) this morning. thanks for morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 here's a look at current
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3 good morning, (downtown sioux city)... it's (14 degrees and it feels like five below) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 one of the most talked - about moments during saturday's republican debate hosted by a
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candidate entrances. so awkward... it got c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos thinking about other not - so - grand entrances. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- the desperate gestures of a backstage handler told the story of what one website called "a chain reaction of cringe."sure, it could have been worse.no one fell like miss america. no one got a concussion like conan did.or tripped over a red carpet... ats)while singing their national anthem on skates. nope, the debate introduction...(nats)was just incredibly awkward...starting when ben carson didn't respond to his name...for the obvious reason.(ben carson, (r) presidential candidate) "i couldn't hear it."and just when carson seemed ready to advance..."texas senator ted cruz."ted cruzuz cruised by.... but donald trump likewise seemed to miss his name, letting..."jeb bush"brush by, with a tap and a "see ya later guys" expression.(colin jost, snl cast member) "and that is
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again...jeb bush passing donald trump." when the moderators finally introducuc..."the rereblican candidates."."only 4 were there. chris christie volunteered... (gov. chris christie, (r) presidential candidate) "can i introduce kasich?"(moderator) "noisy in here. yes yes." "what a mess" tweeted wendy williams. which prompted a carson defender to bring up a dramatic entrance wendy made on stage.(jeanne moos) ometimes your entrance can go just ne, but then you get to your exit."remember when president bush...had trwuble handling those locked door handles in china?"on the view, the hosts recreated the republican snafu..."michelle collins"as they made their entrance... but when it comes to hailing these chiefs... (nats) better hail them louder.
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3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 breezy conditions continue through the morning in all of siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s today with partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is lookokg fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on saturday into the teens but temperatures will bounce back to the 30's on sunday.
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3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...about 1,000 people were part of a snowball fight in an international competition n western japan sunday. more than 200 groups entered this year's event. among them... people from indonesia... india... and germany. each team was made up of five members.the rules are simple. men are eliminated once they are hit by snowballs three times... women... five times. if a team leader is eliminated... the opposing team automatically wins. the one with the most survivors at the end of the three - minute match is
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3 3 coming up in your 6 o'clock hour... a lot of times we hear about the negative side of social media and kids. new this morning... we'll meet a teenager who's using instagram to show off a more *beautiful* sideplus 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
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3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on riverside and west 19have 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 voters in new hampshire have already started voting in the polls... it's the first in
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today. republican frontrunner donald trump has his sights set on a win... while rivals ted cruz... marco rubio... john (case - ick) kasich... and jeb bush are locked in a battle for second place. democrat bernie sanders could come away with a win in the granite state after losing iowa to hillary clinton by a small margin.it'll be a few more days before a battered cruise ship on its wato florida gets back to new jersey. massive waves and hurricane force winds confined passengers on board to their cabins over the weekend... as the ship got caught in a storm. officials with royal caribbean say the ship is expected back to port wednesday.and... about a million people are expected to line the streets for a victory parade and rally honoring superbowl 50 champs the denver broncos. businesses around civic center park were gearing up monday as crews painted roads in orange and blue. the bronons defeated the carolina panthers 24 - to - 10
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second super bowl win for quarterback peyton manning. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at qork 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".i'm charlie rose. coming up, the struggle to detect cancer *before* symptoms appear. one company says it can. jim axelrod investigates. that's coming up, on cbs this morning. 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise onmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist
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3 breezy conditions continue through the morning in all of siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s today with partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on saturday into the teens but temperatures will bounce back to the 30's on sunday. 3 3 3 it's pretty often we hear about the negative side of social media and kids... sometimes kids go through some pretty cruel stuff online. but you're about to meet a teenager who's using instagram to show off a more *beautiful* side... and she's built up thousands of followers. special correspondent sheila gray has thth family 4 - 1 - 1 report.
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((package))((nats from lip gloss video on instagr))the cors are so pretty. they dry mae in 20 seconds. i really like this product a lot. i definitely recommend.((vo)) meet riley. a 13 year old girl with an eye for makeup. but one thing sets her apart .. she has more than 45-thousand followers on instagram. 36:54-37:03riley - at first it was kind of slow but then i used an actutu camera like a professional camera rather than my phone and i got more followerslike most people in the social media spotlight, riley sometimes gets negative comments on her page, but she doesn't let it get to her. super riley mcdonald 42:40-42:59 riley - its easier said than done but people shouldnt worry about it. i dont think the internet really downgrades my self esteem. puts me do. more just builds me up. instead of giving up, riley has s ly rown herself more passionately into her page - working for hours on her production skills. ((sheila stand up, eg12 teen beauty 1))1:14:03-1:14:11 riley's learned to stand up for herself online too. she receiveselp from good role
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sisters, and other families involved.super stephanie mcdonald55:41-56:17 - ststhanie (mom) - - watched her grow in confidence. and she has become more bold and more creative i think learning how to deal with the internet. being cautious and how to word things. being kind to people and have different opinions. shes just grown as a person. 59:38-59:54 - maranda - as a 12 year old today she is being ecountered by things that are more than i have ever had to experience. and so watching her on social media have to grow and handle those things with grace its been reallyly cool. sometimes its scary, but sometimes its great to see her develop as a person. and part of growing up for riley - has been learning to focus on the positive.39:26-39:37riley - people will tell you like you are so good at makeup dont stop, your videos are amazing so its really encouraging. in fact the page has gotten such a big response, riley now has companies sending her
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reviews. and she's always experimenting - so who knows where it all might lead.(edit note- clown video)3 40:02-40:08i think doing makeup for movies would be cool and fun. sig 3 it opened last fall. the first park in siouxland dedicated to people with special needs. now folks with the miracle league baseball field in riverside park plan to expand.the board's president went before the city council last night to talk about the idea... and to ask for help. kevin (knee - guard) negaard said the non - profit group raised more than a million dollars to build its baseball field in riverside park last year... now he wants to raise money for phase two... which will include building a baseball field - shaped splash pad next to the ballfield and playground that's there right now.
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cost almost 200 - thousand dollars... but (knee - guard) negaard says it'll make the space even better for the people it serves. 3 "when we see how phase one came togher and how the community anthe city really came together to support it and what its offered for kids with disabilities and their families, now, you can't be more excited about what phase two will do because, again, it'll just create more integration and add another really nice piece out to the complex."the city supported the miracle league's first phase with a 330 - thousand dollar donation. . (knee - guard) negaard hopes the council can donate 50 - project every other year guard) negaard hopes to have the spla pad done by june so he can start getting ready to add a mini golf course accessible for people in wheel chairs. 3 this morning we're learning more about the struggle for a gun that left a sioux city police officer and the man he was tryiyi to arrest shot eaeay sundayaysioux city police chief dougoung says officers were called to the valley park
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park to investigate a robbery. they smelled marijuana... that led them to an apartment where they found eight people and guns. the eight were all handcuffed. young says while waiting for more officers to take the suspects to jail... officers let 18 - year - old isaiah mothershed sit on a c cch while he was still handcuffff with his hands behind his back. the chief says mothershed pulled a 40 caliber handgun from inside the couch and shot officer ryan (more - its) moritz on the inner thigh of his left leg. 3 "officer moritz then lunged towards mothershed to secure the weapon and another round was fired off at that time. that round struck mothershed in his own thigh causing some damama to his leg." 3 police are charging mothershed with two counts of attempted murder and five counts of first degree robbery. they think he was involved in a december 7th home invasion on south alice street where a 19
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needs was assaulted. last july mothershed was also charged with two counun of kidnapping... but those charges were dropped later. 3 "obviously it's very disturbing to the department and officers that work here. we work hard to put criminals like this in jail. i don't know what the circumstances were that caused the county attorney to dismiss the charges, but i think it's very evident with the information that we had, what he's capable of dodog."you can see officece moritzhere... this is from 2014. right now he's at home recovering... but he could be back at work as soon as the end of this week. mothershed is still being treated in the hospital. 3 3 along with mothershed... six other people are facing charges because of this. first... there's 20 - year - old robert seaberry... 19 - year - old justin ferguson... and 18 - year - old jordyn delfs. seaberry is charged with 3 counts of first degree robbery. ferguson... two counts of first degree robbery. and delfs is charged with harboring a
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knight...16 - year - old austin (bella - zak) bulizak...and 16 - year - old jamaal ferguson are facing charges... too. knight is charged with 1st degree robbery. (bella - zak) bulizak is charged with four counts of first degree robbery. and ferguson is charged with one count of first degree burglary. 3 this morning a student from north middle school is recovering after he was hit by a car yesterday afternoon.the 13 - year - old boy was hit along outer drive near north middle. the accident happened just after 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. police say the kid might have broken his ankle... but he was *not* taken to the hospital by ambulance. 3 sioux city's school board wants to make its bus fleet more modern... *and* cut down on how much diesel fuel the district uses.the board talked about buying three new buses for the district's fleet last night. the catch... though? these new buses would be fueled by *propane.* one reason they didn't give the go ahead right away is because the district would have to
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district's transportation hub to fuel the new buses. if you combine the cost of *that* with the cost of the buses thememlves... the total project could cost more than half a million dollars. 3 a little more than a week after the iowa caucuses... voting opened at midnight in today's new hampshire primary. senior political correspondent scott thuman has a preview. 3 > (scott)> here in a snowy, windy new hampshire there's another big storm, it's the poltiical one.> > ought it started getting totoh in iowawae glovov have really come off here in the hours before new hampshire votes.> -(vo)-> so while the front runners: donald trump for republicans, bernie sanders for democrats have big double digit leads in polls-they're certainly not sitting
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and jeb 3 bush have resorted to nasty name-calling. and marco rubio has become favorite target because he is percieved as someone who after iowa, has a bit of momentum.> then on the democratic side, bernie sanders, who's support has long been strong here in new hampshire, a neighbor to his home state of vermont---has been in a bit of an uncomfortable back and forth over charges that his suppororrs have made sexist t comments about clinton.> so a bit of campaign drama there. > (on camera)> what makes this so exciting is that many new hampshire voters still undecided > that means we could see some real surprises tonight, sstay with us as we bring you results & reaction all night long.> reporting in salem new hampshire, scott thuman3 3 the votes are in.the columbus zoo's baby polar bear officially has a name... nora! the name was chosen in a public online people from 115 counties.nora is a combination of (non - ook) nanuq and
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parents's'names. she e s born november 6 - th. 3 3 3 3 south sioux city put its near - perfect record on the line at the pit. we span three states for hoops action. chris neyenhouse is next with morning sports. "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteteologist cat
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3 we're checking up with moose
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what's up moose?3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 breezy conditions continue
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siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s today th partly cloudy skies. ththweek ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on saturday into the teens but temperatures will bounce back to the 30's on sunday. 3 sports with sports director
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ouxland, 3 here's a look at yououmorning sports.the lady cardinals of south sioux city are making a strong push for a state title this year with a record of 16-1. tonight they visited a heelan team looking to get back to 500the crusaders coming off a loss to west here in the pit thursday.1) 1st quarter now cardinals with a slight lead. haley fritza drives and shoots! makes it 6-2 cardinals.2) and then fritza finds augusta traymer who gets the friendly pit roll! south h sioux out to a 10-2 lead.3) heelan needed points and they'll ke all three of these. lexie stolen from downtown4) now check out this pretty play from carissa powell. mckenna sims finds her underneath and she goes up and under for the basket! 5) heelan coming back. grace hanno with the put-in of her own. but south sioux would go on to win 68-45.let's dab over to north sioux. north is winners of two of their last
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loss to number 15 3 sbl. dakota 3 valley is 13-3.3 1) late first 3 half now 3 panthers by 8. haley hoffman es high off the glass for two.2) then just before the end of the half off the steal by anna rasmussen it's hoffman again. dv up by 12 at halftime. 3) north comes out hot in the second half. breonna farris feeds lilly yebra for the basket. cuts the lead to ten. 4) off the inbounds mercy oh-ya-dare with the move near the rim. lead down to 6.5) just too much dakota valley though. sarah bohan to claire johnson who does the rest. dakota valley goes on to win 57-46.number two emerson
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wynot in the lewis and clark conference title game in nebraska.1. pick up action at the end of the first quarter.. wynot's olivia wieseler with the drive and the layup.. lady blue devils up fifteen to fourteen.2. in the second quarter.. emerson-hubbard's abby drieling with the bank shot.. game tied at seventeen. 3. still in the second quarter.. wynot's danielle wieseler with the drive and splits the defenders for the layup.. wynot up one.. twenty-one to twenty.4. move to the fourth quarter.. game tied at forty-one and payton blanke puts the lady pirates up for good forty-three to forty one.5. later in the fourth.. abby drieling with the nice spin move and layup..lady up fifty to forty three and they go on to to win the lewis and clark championship 54-51 the final. to the boys side winnebago hasn't lost in 13 months. taking on d-1's number five randolph1. pick up action in the first quarter.. randolph comes out hot.. connor bloooouist with the three.. cardinals up three.2. winnebago comes right back.. aspen lapointe with the very long three.. game tied.3.
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landyn anderson with the three.. cardinals back up three.4. later in the first.. aspen lapointe misses the three but david wingett (win-jet) gets the rebound and powewe his way for thth basket....randolph still up two..5. move to the second quarter and off the inbounds play.. d'von lapointe with the three.. the indians now up six.. twenty-six to twenty and...this one was close! winnebago wins 58-55!the briar cliff women followed up a six game win streak with a pair of losses this past week. it's dropped them into a four way tie for third in the gpac standings, only one back of second place dakota wesleyan. in losses to the college of mary and mount marty the chargers allowed over 80 points for just the second and ththd times all season.mike power/bcu head coach"we need to close the game out. we had leads s ing into both those situations. and to collapse in both those situations was uncharacteristic of us. so that was really dissapointing." jessi corrick/bcu guard"you know i think we really need to focus on defense. and i think the last couple games we haven't really come out on top. and i think it's because of our defense. we'll put one good half together and then in the secon half not so much." take a look at this massive pack of teams in the women's gpac standings. you can see the four way tie of teams that are either ranked or have received votes in the rankings. briar cliff wraps up with dordt, , hastings, momoingside and concorora before the gpag tournament begins februaua 24th.cyclones starting center jameel mckay won't play wednesday at texas
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announced that today at his weekly press conference. mckay is suspended indefintely because of something that happend on practice thursday. and the 6-9 center did not accompany the team to osu on saturday. here's what else coach had to say on the suspension.steve prohm/isu head coach"you know, it's really between me and him and he understands. basically doing all the right things and what i expect each and every day. and you know from a whole perspective. it's not just from today. i love jameel, we need jameel to be right for us to max out. he knows that. me d him are continuingngo commununate and hopefully hehe can haveve good week this weekek and right now he's suspended indefinitely until i really say more on the matter."that's it for your morning sportscast. join us tonight for sports at
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back to you jake.3 3 3 the end is coming for the good wife. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break.
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storm lake.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor"3 3 breeee conditions continueue through the mornininin all of siouxland with temperatures in n the teens.s.mperatures will stay in the low 20s today with partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on saturday into the teens but temperatures will bounce back to the 30's on sunday.
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3 the end is coming for the good wife and this year's oscars nominees sit down together for a meal. suzanne marques s s your eyeyen entertainment. trt: 1:25tease: the stars come out for the annual oscar luncheon in hollywood. i'm suzanne marques with the details coming up.(pkg script) the nominees for this year's academy awards gathered in hollywood for the annual oscar lunch. outside, demonstrators protested the lack of diversity among this year's nominees. the actors also posed for the customary group photo. (bridge suzanne marques/cbs news, hollywood)
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season where the actors get to schmooze e and have fun withtht worrying about winning or losing. (sot eddie redmayne/"the danish girl") "it's such a frenzy of emotions that yoy try to rerein open enough to remember it and enjoy it."(sot rooney mara/"carol") "it can be overwhelming it can feel like you're celebrating the same person's birthday over and over again." the oscars air at the end ofofthe month. (vo)ryan reynolds w wked the red carpet in new new marvel action film "deadpool." (nats) "deadpool"/20th century fox reynolds plays a former special ops soldier who adopts his snarky alter-ego after an experiment leaves him with special powers.(sot ryan reynolds/"deadpool") "he sort of behaves , up on the big screen, much in the same manner that many of us would, if we were suddenly placed into a super hero movie, so i think fans of these movies and fans of deadpool feel like its them up there.e."ont vo) deadpool opens friday.(nats) "the good wife"/cbs entertainmentand cbs announced the good wife will come to a close sunday may 8th after seven critically acclaimed seasons. the drama earned
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peabody and two emmys for star juliana marguiles. that's your eye on entertainment, suzanne marques, cbs news, hollywood. here's what t 're talking about on facebook this morning... today is national pizza day. what are your favorite pizza toppings? 3 3 still to come... nasa's planning its next rover mission to mars. we'll go behind the scenes at sa's laboratoryn
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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 his is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for arting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 breezy conditions continue 3 through the morning in all of siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s todadawith partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a
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saturday into the teens but temperatures will bounce back to the 30's on sunday.3 3 nasa has big plans for martian exploration. the next major project is "mars 20 - 20." reporter jan crawford is at the jet propulsion lab in pasadena california... where the highly - sensitive work is going on right now. 3 ctm script: this is what you have to do (vo jan sped-up suiting up/air shower montage with music) when you go into a room with a spacecraft headed for mars. (walking into clean room & around rover)jan crawford: 02:49:33;21 wow. so that is going to be-- that is going to be on the surface of mars? that--jeff srinivasan: 02:49:44;00 absolutely. (mars
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rover b-roll 3 on vimeo_fd - 11/26/11) 00:32:39 zeromain engine start and liftoff (rocket launch vo cont) its 200 million miles awaya speck in the sky... and in just four years, this spacecraft will blast off for a unmanned mission to the red planet-it's a crucial step toward nasa's goal of someday sending humans to mars. (pan up from feet in clean room)jan crawford: 03:02:40;11 so everyone that works on this has to wear these suits andnasa agreed to let us go inside the "clean room"-where even engineers working on the spacecraft have to be covered head to toe. jeff srinivasan: 03:02:45;09 it needs to be clean in order to work properly, and it's going to mars. as you said, going to the surface of mars, and we can't have earth stuff goin' there. we don't wanna contaminate mars. (nat then vo opening titles: flight to mars - 1951)for generations, mars has been a source of fascination (flight to mars - 1951)29:37 "we can be on mars within 24 hours" then crash landing on mars (the martian - 2015)a favorite of hollywood. (the martian - 2015)watney: 4.5 billion years, nobody here. and now, me. but here at the jet propulsion laboratory, its no longer science fictionbut cutting edge science.this piece of metal
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landing system for mars 2020. (starts wide and pushes in, looking through hole in metal) jan crawford: 02:54:50;27 what all gets put on this?jeff srinivasan: 02:54:56;22 yes. well, the most important part that gets put on this is our propululon systst. so those are the rockets.jan crawford: 02:55:00;14 the propulsion system?jeff srinivasan: 02:55:01;26 exactly. the rockets--jan crawford: 02:502;20 yeah, that's pretty important. (nats whoosh: sky crane animation 4:07 descent stage drops out of capsule and whoosh rockets propel it up) this animation shows how it will slow down the spacecraft(nat rockets) and gently drop an suv-sized rover onto the surface of the planet. (01:09:50 mars rover descent mera video_)pov curiosity mars descent: "we are decelerating" (heat shield drops off, see mars low) nasa used the same technique in 2012 to land the "curiosity" rover. (rover garage)steven lee: 09:07:33;09 curiosity is the first rover to really confirm that mars was a habitable place. steven lee is the deputy project manager for curiosity. this is a replica here at the mars yard (rover garage)steven lee: 09:09:13;16 curiosity really is the parent of mars 2020.jan crawford: 09:09:17;21 so this is, like, the-- the mom and daddy--stevev lee: 09:09:19;18 the mo-- (laugh) the mom andaddy. exactly. the next generation rover will
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technology (jib to tighter shot of drilling) like higher- resolution cameras and an advanced robotic arm and drill- (nat jeff)which deputy mission manager jeff srinivasan says will help search for signs of martian life (nats drilling) jeff srinivasan: 05:13:29;25 we're e tually gonna drill corereand make small samples of martian rock that we will put in tubes, seal, and leave on the martian surface. and hope the future mission, potentially, will come get those samples, bring it back to earth ///jan crawford: 05:13:55;06 and we've never gotten anything off the surface of mars.jeff srinivasan: 05:13:57;18 we've never brought anything back from the surface of mars. and for the first time nasa will test systems that future astronauts uld use to survive their journey. (moxie lab)jan crawford: 07:42:57;16 what you're doing, could determine whether or not humans make it to mars in the near future.jim lewis: 07:43:09;17 using this technology. that's absolutely true. (and-- and--jan crawford: 07:43:12;17 that's a lot of pressure.jim lewis: 07:43:13;21 it is. (laughter) we try not to think about it. engineer jim lewis and his team are working on how to
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into oxygen for astronauts to breathe and use as fuel.jim lewis: 07:52:16;08 so inside this chamber is a4 seven lorr which is the martian pressure. this experiment is critical because astronauts couldn't bring enough oxygen from earth to last for what will be a three-year mission.jim lewis: 07:36:17;15 if you want to go to mars as a human or if you want to launch a roroet from mars to bring a sample back, you need oxidizer to do that. all making this upcoming mission a giant leap for human travel into deep space. (butted montage human on mars) do you think-- i mean, really, seriously, do you think that someday humans will be on mars? jim lewis: 07:44:03;06 oh, without question.jan crawford: 07:44:03;28 without question? jim lewis: 07:44:04;26 absolutely.///steve lee: eventually we'll be able to overcome all the challenges that are ahead of us///jan crawford: that seemsmsrazy. that seems like a movie.jeff srinivasan: it's crazy but it's certainly a wonderful goal goal generations in the makingnow closer than ever jan crawford: 09:12:47;25 when you're working here, do you ever think, like, that is 200 million miles away.///steve lee: 09:12:59;13 it sometimes
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that we've built such a large system. so much complexity that's so capable. and we send it on a rockck and when you go out in the morningngnd you look and there's-- it's a point of light in the sky. (laugh)> 3 if your car is still stuck in the street by snow from the blizzard... you'd better move it *now*... or face a hefty bill. 3 yesterday morning sioux city started towing vehicles that had those yellow tags on'em. the city wants'em out of the way so they can finish plowing the streets. so if your car still stuck on the street from the lzzard a week ago... here's how much you could pay. each car gets a 30 dollar parking ticket. that's on top of a 150 dollar towing fee. plus... you'll have to pay 38 dollars to get your vehicle released from the police impound. that amounts to a grand total of 218 dollars. 3 the high wind pushed back the re - inflation of the charger dome in n uth sioux city.the dome i iowned by briar cliff university. it was deflated last week after crews found a rip in the fabric after the big blizzard.
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expert was in town to look at the damage. the university hopes to get the dome back up as soon as possible... hopefully by the end of this week. 3 "i know the coaches are excited about we had to cancel a softball tournament st weekekd. he is trying to reschedule that for this weekend, the coaches also where doing great in track this year. so having an indoor facility to get the kids back to practicing here is really important to them. baseball is starting so we got all our outdoor sports starting now so it critical we get it up fast."the owner ofthe repair company says gegeing the dome baba to a usuable state is "do - able"... but it'll be tedious. 3 "so we have new material arriving later today. we will take the old 3 material and trace it so we match everything back together perfectly. and it's just a slow monotonous process of hand welding it back together and when the wind dies down we will inflate the dome again and put the boards back that
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"3 briar cliff has owned the old golf dome since 20 - 12. 3 if you tried to go to chipotle for lunch yesterday... you saw that *closed* sign on the front door.but sioux city's chipotle wasn't alone... every one of the chain's u - s locations was closed for 4 hours yeststday to update employees on theheompany's efforts to cleaeaup its storesnd prevent the spread of diseases like e - coli and norovirus. outbreaks of those diseases late last year were linked to chipotle... causing a massive hit to the company's stock price and sales. most locations *did* re - open yesterday afternoon. 3 3 up next in your healthwatch... millions of americans suffer with receding gums. we'll show you a new treatment that can help *restore* your gums. 3 we've had a pretty big drop in temperature since this time
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cold night tonight.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor"3
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through the morning in all of siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s today 3 with partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on saturday into the teens but
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3 3 millions of americans suffer from receding gums. now periodontists in brentwood
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in the united states to offer a new less invasive treatment to restore the gum using the patient's own blood cells. reporter chris martinez shows us how it works. 3 fonts::07-:12 dede lambrecht/ patient:55-:59 dr. alexandre aalam, dds/ dentistpkg trt = 1:21 )------------------------- --------((------pkg------)) dede lambrecht couldn't take the pain anymore.her gums were receding - at a fast pace... ((dede lambrecht/ patient @ 7:45))very severe, all the way up to the bone on most of the teeth and it's hereditary, my father was that way too. millions of americans suffer from gum recession.the most common fix is gum grafting... taking tissue from the roof of the mouth to cover the exposed root.but a new procedure now offers a less painful - less invasive solution.((nats @ 14:52:24 - dr. with patient in chair)) comfortable?... good... ((vo))periodontist alexandre aalam offers the procede -- called rejuvagum lift - to his patients.he uses a small amount of the patient's own blood((nats @ 19:41)) (*machine beeps, centrifuge hatch opens*)to create what's called a "platelet rich fibrin".((nats/dr. aalam @ 20:41 - removing fibrin from vial)) that is a gummy gummy bear-like texture of white cells((dissolve to procedure
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the fibrin into the affected gum area and in just days - the fibrin helps rejuvenate the existi gum tissue.((dr. alexandre aalam, dds @ 1:19)))) the procedure takes itself an hour, but you get the results within a week.these before and after photos - show how well it worked for dede.((dede lambrecht/ patient @ 9:19i couldn't believe it, and when i got the stitches out, it was just like the gums i was born with it was just amazing. doctors say the results are permanent so patients like dede won't need any further treatments.chris martinez, cbs news, brentwood california 3 3 google cardboard might become something a little sturdier we'll take a look...
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3 good morning, (sioux city)... it's (13) outside at (time)... as we take a a ok from our (jc roofing and insulating) camera. 3 a certain payment app suffered a big slowdown after the big game this weekend. here's
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3 "will google cardboard 3 evolve to ogle plastic? i'm bridget carey. t ts is your cnet update. ***""gogole made rtual reality accessible to everyone with its vr viewer made out of cardboard. it of course isn't the most advanced virtual reality technology -- it's just made up of plastic lenses and a rubber band to hold your smartphone in place, and when you load up a vr app, it splits your screen in two images for a stereoscopic 3d effect for depth. you can find one for a couple bucks on e-bay, and the new york times even gave one to every 3 subscriber 3 last year, and 3 google gave 3 out free cardboard with star
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seems google is ready to see the headset evolve. the financial times reports that google is working on a plastic casing for your phone, to be released later this year. if you've been keeping score at home, you know it's going to be a busy year for vr news. several big gaming headsets are coming out in a few months, like oculus rift, sony's playstation vr, and thth htc vivi. samsung iiexpected to show off a new gear vr headset at an event less than two weeks away. but the google cardborad application makes more sense for short-term vr moments you can dip in and out of, since you're not going to be strapping this to your head. ***""with all the buzz, don't be surprised if next year's super bowl is streamed in virtual reality. but as for this 3 past sunday's game, cbs says a record number of people streamed the game over the internet, which is to be expected when it was easy to pull up with the cbs sports app on your tv with a roku, xbox one or apple tv -- not to mention it also streamed on mobile devices and computers. ***""and there was another app
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around the time when the big game was ending. the app venmo, which makes it easy to send money to friends, suddendly was extremely slow and down for many users. what could cause so many people to overwhelm a little ol' payments app right as the denver broncos defeated the carolina panthers? perhaps, as it was time to pay up for anyone that put money on the game. see, we are living in the future. just wait until betting comes to virtual reality. ***"that's it for this tech newsws update, but there's alwaysysore at et.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 breezy conditions continue through the morning in all of siouxland with temperatures in the teens.temperatures will stay in the low 20s today with partly cloudy skies. the week ahead is looking fairly chilly as temperatures stay in the 20s, with a chance of light snow on wednesday and again thursday night. look for a very quick cold snap on
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to the 30's on sunday.3 3 we'll take a look at your traffic... news... and weather to go coming up after the break... you're watching siouxland news at
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3 it's n n (time) as we take a a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, 3 this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will beunning dar on riverside and west 19 ha a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann
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3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 voters in new hampshire have already started voting in the polls... it's the first in the nation primary there today. republican frontrunner donald trump has his sights set on a win... while rivals ted cruz... marcrcrubio... john (case - ick) kasich... and jeb bush are locked in a battle for second place. democrat bernie sanders could come away with a win in the granite state after losing iowa to hillary clinton by a small margin.it'll be a few more days before a battered cruise ship on its way to florida gets back to new jersey. massive waves and hurricane force winds confined passengers on board to their bins over the weekend... as the ship got caught in a storm. officials with royal caribbean say the ship is expected back to port wednesday.and... about a million people are expected to line the streets for a victory parade and rally honoring superbowl 50 champs the denver broncos. businesses around civic center park were gearing up monday as crews painted roads in orangngand blbl. the broncos defeated the
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sunday night... securing a second super bowl win for quarterback peyton manning. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and
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