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of mardi gras in new orleans.3 "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 our chances for light snow 3 will increase across siouxland this morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at most an inch of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s. the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the
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be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually climb back into the 40s early next week. 3 3 3 the focus of the 20 - 16 presidential campaign is now on south carolina after last night's new hampshire primary. voters handed victory to donald trump and bernie sanders... while john (case the rest of the g - o - p to get second place. c - b - s news correspondent (we - juh) weijia (jang) jiang is in manchester new hampshire. 3 (pkg) -nats-after finishing first in last night's new hampshire primary...donald trump has his sights set on the next major contest:(sot donald trump) "we're going not to south carolina. we're going to win in south carolina."cbs news exit polls show voters in the granite state favor trump's position as political establishment outsider... and overwhelmingly support his temporary plan to ban muslims from entering the u.s.ohio governor john kasich rose to second place thanks to an impressive ground game.(sot john kasich) there is so much going to happen if you don't have a seat belt go get one. // (sot ted cruz) the real winner is the conservative grassroots. pundits say first place iowa
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regain momentum in the republican voters prefer evangelicals:(sot john kasich for someone like ted cruz is the same one here can make against donald trump, which is that neither of them are real conservatives. (standup: weijia jiang cbs news, manchester, nh) on the democratic side - bernie sanders rode a wave of support from young voters and independents to beat hillary clinton.(sot bernie sanders) "what voters here in new hampshire confirmed tonight, is nothing short of the beginning of a political revolution."clinton's camp is banking on support among minorities to give her an edge. (sot hillary clinton) it's not whether you get knocked down that matter - it's whether you get back up.the two contenders will take to the debate stage tomorrow night in wisconsin. weijia jiang cbs news
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3 the battle for third place between ted cruz... marco rubio... and jeb bush is still too close to call. 3 and there was an election in *siouxland* yesterday... too.voters in northwest iowa approved a 16 - million dollar bond issue to help fund renovations on the five iowa lakes community college campuses. i - l - c - c serves all or part of 9 counties in siouxland... buena vista... cherokee... clay... dickinson... emmet... o'brien... osceola... palo alto... and pocahontas. the measure needed 60 percent support to pass. almost *63 percent* of voters approved the measure. 3 this morning we're getting more information about a major road reconstruction project in sioux city... after
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who will be affected by the work got together with city officials *last night.*a four block section of jackson street on the city's near northside will be torn up for months starting this spring. the project would go from 14th street near the garden cafe and select mart convenience store north to 18th street by the (vuh - kul - skus) vakulskas law firm. crews will be re - paving the streets and replacing the 100 - year - old underground utilities and some light signals. the work will affect traffic... the people who live in the neighborhood... and business owners. right now the city is just asking people to be patient during the process. 3 "we want to make sure that we are accomodating to the bussinesses in terms of access or if there's issues with customers getting in or being delayed because of construction. we want to know about it as it is happening and we will take steps to correct that or remedy that through the project "the project will be finished in sections that'll each take about two months. the
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street... then between 14th and 15th... and finally between 15th and 17th. during the phases... people will *not* be able to get their vehicle in their own driveway... and it could delay shipments for the businesses. 3 "2 months is a long time. two months... if you don't have business for two months.. you might as well lock the doors and go vacation to greece, you know."the city is just waiting for the final plans and bids before offically approving the project. the engineers hope to start may and finish up by november 1st. 3 and speaking of work... the woodbury county's courthouse will get some renovations to get ready for its 100th anniversary in 20 - 18. 3 crews will be switching light bulbs in the building to l - e - d's... they'll also be fixing old globes that are aging and cracking. the chairman of the board of supervisors says these renovations will bring the courthouse into the 21st century... while keeping
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3 "to me it's the best of both worlds. we're gaining modern efficiencies, but at the same time, making sure that this building reflects the beauty and character of a national landmark which it is."the board brought in a historical architect to survey the building to see what needs to be done to get ready for the 100th anniversary. 3 the iowa caucuses are behind us this year... but that's not stopping the hard rock hotel and casino from offering a *unique* way to keep the spirit of the election alive.the hard rock hotel has added two new slot machines... they're called *democracy rocks*... designed so that if you land on the three pictures with both party symbols you could win up to six - thousand dollars! 3 "we're not picking sides here. i don't care if you're democrat, republican, or independent, you got to participate. that's what democracy is all about. we're the hard rock, we like all parties, we're not taking sides."the slots are right next to the gift shop... they'll be there through the entire election year.
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in the country. and this april will be your last chance to see the original professional rock and roll orchestra perform live. that's becase sioux city's rockestra is calling it quits after 12 years. i met with the group's creator... to find out why it's time to bring this musical experiment to an end. 3 in 2004 john luebke had an idea."my goodness gracious we have the people we can do this in sioux city, and i started putting it together the next day."a classical sound... paired with the instruments of teenage rebellion."from the beatles to techno."in his basement studio...now...twelve years later...john's getting ready for *rockestra's* last show."we decided this would be a good time to call it a day." rockestra was the first rock- and-roll orchestra in the country...born in sioux city. "it's an orchestra because we have strings, we have woodwinds, we have brass and then right in the middle we put a rock-and-roll rythm
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to the sound at the band's first concerts here at the eppley auditorium at morningside college.a band-mate of john's was the first to really notice... during a song...on stage."she said 'turn around.' i said 'what?' she said 'turn around!' so i turned around and everybody was standing and cheering right in the middle of the song."sing-along success doesn't come easy. start with songs almost everyone knows.john puts notes to screen...and you have a rock-and-roll orchestra song ready for the orpheum stage. like the venues...the crowds started small...but got bigger. "from 232 it grew to almost one thousand." "it has to be the word of mouth because our marketing budget is, like, $14."the money was one of the things that never really grew. "the first check that i sent to everybody after the very first concert was $12 and 32 cents. and if i forget that,
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a love for music started this rock-and-roll experiment.kept it goin'...until now.2016 will be the year this experiment comes to an end."nobody wants to go out on a bad note, nobody wants to go out when we're barely breathing, we want to go out on top."but even back then twelve years ago...rockestra's members knew this musical experiment was goinna be tops."is it going to fly? oh yeah it's going fly. you wait, this is nothing. it's going to cook."and it
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curtain call.3 3 rockestra's last concert will be saturday april 9th at the orpheum. it's called "anatomy of rock." 3 you know we're all looking for ways to better our smartphone photography game... take some better pictures!and this guy has definitely done it! check out nicolas (vweeg - knee - ur)'s vuignier's signature slo - motion swirl shot. the swiss skier did this with an i - phone... a tether... and a *lot* of practice.yes... it *is* as hard as it looks. (vweeg - knee - ur) vuignier said it
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perfect this move.3 3 3 3 3 temperatures have bottomed out already overnight. we are only going to get a bit warmer today thanks to clouds and snow. 3 3 coming up... north korea is facing new sanctions after its missile tests. we'll show you how the country plans to boost its struggling economy. 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 our chances for light snow will increase across siouxland this morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at most an
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as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s. the rest of the 3 week will see mostly cloudy 3 skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by the time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually climb back into the 40s early next week. 3 3
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3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... some kids are getting hands on experience in political journalism. what is your dream job? 3 ikea has a big furniture recall... (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 stocks unsuccessful fought for gains on tuesday as oil prices continued to tumble.the dow closed down 12 pointsthe nasdaq slipped 14.//ikea is recalling two ceiling lamps after 224 reports, including
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retaining clips breaking causing the glass shade to fall.the recall includes the hyby lamp sold from october 2012 to january 2016 and the lock ceiling lamp sold from november 2002 through last month. ikea is urging customers to return the lamps for a full refund ///target is launching gender neutral bedding for kids to its home decor line. the pillowfort collection will offer themes of trees and bicycles in neutral colors. the reatiler removed the boys and girls signs from its toy and bedding aisles last year. ///(source on gfx - bankrate.com) almost half of non-homeowners say their finances stand inthe way of purchasing a home. while 29% say they cant afford a down payment - 16 percent say their credit isnt good enough to qualify for a mortgage. that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com
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3 north koreans celebrated sunday's satellite launch with fireworks... but in other parts of the world the launch was met with condemnation. and officials in pyongyang say they're going to go against sanction even more now. c - n - n's paula hancocks shows us how the country's looking at *other ways* of boosting its economy. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- it's called the pride of pyongyang...taedonggang, a beer with a "soft, smooth and fragrant taste".propaganda from north korea is nothing new - commercially motivated adverts are.(john delury, yonsei university) "i think some of what we're seeing by north korean standards innovative branding and marketing of their products is genuinely targeting chinese consumers to see if they can get into the chinese market." china is one of the few markets in the world that the heavily-sanctioned north korea can access - its portal to the rest of the world.visiting a cosmetics factory last year, north korean leader kim jong un called for the domestic unhasu brand to become
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reliable data from north korea doesn't exist, but south korea says last year trade between the two was at a record high at 2.7 billion dollars - despite high tensions over the summer.trade with china in 2014 was 7.6 billion dollars - representing 90 percent of all north korea trade.kim jong un has made the economy part of successive new year speeches, this year calling for all efforts to be made to build "an economic giant".(joong-ho kim, korea eximbank) "after the inauguration of kim jong un's regime we have been witnessing many changes including new restaurants, western-style and cafe, and taxis running on the street." not to mention a new ski resort and an amusement park... all welcome developments for the elite and those living in pyongyang.but in the rural areas, there are still reports of food insecurity and malnutrition - a two track economy with the gap in between continuing to rise.farmers now work with incentive led-schemes however - allowing them to keep more if they grow more and the days of the late kim jong il's disastrous economic decisions are gone.(john delury, yonsei university) "they cannot go back, they have lost the mechanisms of a command economy, of a soviet style economy, and what's really remarkable about kim jong un is you can see he's not trying
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3 after the break... the candidates in new hampshire had to face questions from a different set of reporters. we'll show you why these junior journalists are hitting the campaign trail. 3 snow is falling across the
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 our chances for light snow will increase across siouxland this morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at most an inch of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s. the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by the time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually
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3 scholastic news is giving us a *kid's - eye* view of the political process with 20 kids on assigment tracking the 20 - 16 presidential candidates. reporter julianna goldman caught up with these junior journalists. 3 (vo boots walking in high school gym)you might think this is any other shoe leather reporter covering hillary clinton in new hampshire, but kaitlyn clark is just 11 years old.(nat pop) asking someone a question..(gfx in--4 box?) she's among the 20 on assignment for scholastic news, providing a kids-eye-view of the political process. (pull to hill sot)14 year old gabe ferris has learned...sometimes you score the interview. (nat/pop ) (gabe ferris - 23:52:40 and 5:52) why should young voters vote for you, trump? trump answers--need to check audio and like the rest of us... sometimes you don't.sot: 4:25 governor kasich why should
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(kasich walks away) to cam: 4:50 it's just the nature of the beast. you're not going to get every interview so onto the next candidate(gfx in-- pic and blog/http://kpc notebook.scholastic.com/post /kasich-meets-new-hampshire- voters)and anyway, gabe's colleague, maxwell surprenant, had already spoken with john kasich and filed a blog post. (gfx out) (sot maxwell) 10:06:40 there's lots of issues that affect kids: the environment, education, the economy, safety, health. **// that's one of the reasons i really like my job, is i get to tell other kids about that. **(vo of maxwell writing with pen and pad) scholastic has had a volunteer kids press corps since 2000. since then, the job has evolved. 10:24:23 max to kid: what are you interested in?they're juggling the multi-tasking demands of campaign coverage -- shooting videos, taking notes on iphones, and of course, tending to their twitter feeds (< https://twitter. com/kidspressgracie>) (can use gracie wood vo here)...as for making political predictions, kaitlin has seen enough of this cycle not to. 12:17:41 (who will win) i think it's just a level playing field right now and we'll find out tuesday night *cub reporters... making civics
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play. jg cbs news, washington. 3 3 still to come... new cases of zika virus are popping up in the states... and now congress is asking questions. we'll show you what the government plans to do about
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siouxland news at sunrise.3 3 "this is siouxland news at
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3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 our chances for light snow will increase across siouxland this morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at most an inch of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s. the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by the time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually
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next week.3 3 the number of zika virus cases in the u - s is going up. as c - b - s news correspondent don champoion shows us... overnight... health officials confirmed 66 cases in americans who have traveled to countries affected by the zika virus. 3 (pkg) (pic of mosquito) the mosquito-borne zika virus even caught the attention of the director of national intelligence tuesday, during a hearing on global threat assessment.(sot hearing james clapper, jr./director of national intelligence 14:05:06) "zika virus is projected to cause 4 million cases in this hemisphere." there are now at least 66 cases in 17 states
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latest- is in indiana.3 (sot tue0167 dr. jen brown/indiana state department of health :30) "the patient did have a travel history to haiti, which is an area where there is documented zika transmission occurring. this patient was not a pregnant woman" (-:42) (tue0091 :40) the vast majority of zika is spread by the aedes aegypti mosquito--- which is seen primarily in the southern states. tue0091 :05) while there hasn't been transmission by mosquitoes within the u-s yet, the cdc fears it could only be a matter of time.(sot tue0091 dr. anne schuchat/principal deputy director, cdc :29) "we do expect limited local transmission in some of the southern states" "in the winter months now, we have a chance to get ahead of this" (- :38) (aptn hd - peru) in hard-hit countries like peru, fumigation efforts press on. (tue0091:30) experts say wearing insect repellent is one way to avoid zika. consumer reports recently tested 15 kinds.(sot tue0091 sue byrne/consumer reports 1:40) "we found that the insect repellent that was most effective against the type of mosquitos that carry the zika virus were the ones that contained twenty percent picaridin and twenty-five percent deet" (-:51) the world healthy organization calls zika a "global health threat." don champion, cbs news. 3 president obama has asked congress for more than one point eight billion dollars in emergency funding to respond
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3 valentines day isn't until sunday... but last night some veterans got an early "heart - felt" gift. 3 they came together at the siouxland chapter of the american red cross for a free chili and soup dinner... free groceries... along with free haircuts and blood pressure checks. students and staff at morningside college also made blankets for the veterans. 3 "this is a way to let them know that we appreciate everything they did for us. and it also gives them a chance to talk to other vietnam veterans and veterans from other wars. to just discuss what they all went through and it gives them an open door to make 3 new friends. "the group hosting this event... "support siouxland soldiers"... also wants to say "thank you" to wendys for donating the chili... and to pizza ranch for providing the chicken noodle soup. 3 3 speaking of veterans... fifty veterans from the vietnam war were honored for their part in an award - winning series of reports by the sioux city journal called "vietnam: service with honor." for the last three months pictures of the veterans and some of their stories have
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strong encounter center. this gave the veterans a chance to talk about their service to the country and to get a "thank you" for all they did. the veterans were also able to catch up with old friends... and people who visited the exhibit learned more about the sacrifices those vets made. 3 a man from siouxland has died in a colorado avalanche. longtime le mars native ron (bray - bander) brabander lost his life friday while riding his snowbike... it's an off - road motorcycle converted into a vehicle with skis. it's the first snow - bike death in colorado... only the second - ever in the country. siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll talked with some of (bray - bander)'s brabander's friends and former co - workers who say he died doing what he loved. 3 a go-getter a lover of the outdoors and a bit of a daredevil ron brabander is remembered by many throughout sioux city. "everybody remembers him as a person with a great smile, happy all the time, always willing to help anybody and everybody no matter what it was." "ron lived for being outside and
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a great snowfall, so i guess if he had to go, it was a great way for him to go." a former gateway and dakota pc warehouse employee, brabander enjoyed working with electronics. "he was very mechanically inclined and could fix a lot of those things, but electronics as well. so, he was a jack of all trades."brabander took care of his parents until they passed away. he then retired at the end of 2014 to live out his passion for the outdoors in colorado. "every time he could get away from here and go to colorado he did it. he drove a lot of hours for just a quick weekend, but he loved being outdoors with all his different toys. whether it was motorcycle, 4-wheeler, snowmobile, whatever it was, he had a lot of those kind of toys and a lot of friends with similar toys." just one week before his death, 3 brabander emailed his sioux city friends boasting of his newly assembled snowbike and, what he calls, some "spooky situations" he got himself into while riding. despite the tragic circumstance, brabander
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3 so far there's no word on when his funeral service will be... but family is planning a celebration of life for ron (bray - bander) brabander on the 4th of july... on top of one of his favorite mountains in colorado. 3 one sioux city middle school is hoping to make the transition from elementary school easier for fifth graders.25 fifth grade students from liberty... loess hills... crescent park... and lincoln elementary were named "student ambassadors"... spending the day at west middle school and learning how their school days would go once they become sixth graders in august. 3 "it's a great opportunity for these kids to be leaders of their class they were chosen to come up here to west middle school out of 350 kids and that's a pretty awesome thing these kids to get and to be able to go back and answer all the questions for their
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wouldn't get answered when they come up here in the spring with 350 kids is really vital for them to be successful for when they get up here to west middle 3 school. "the learning experience was pretty exciting for two of the students... 3 "its awesomei think its fun.//i get to see everyone, i get to meet new people. and you have different classes so it not just like the same thing and you get to pick classes you want. "the "student ambassadors" return to their classrooms now... to share what they learned with the rest of this year's 5th graders. 3 and *second grade* students at lincoln elementary are sharing their family histories.the students created a project looking at each of their family's history... and set up a museum to display what they learned. to set it up... they interviewed their family members and included an "artifact" important to someone in their family. 3 "we have talked about all of their ancestors have probably migrated into the united states at some point in time.
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they are pretty amazed that possible they could be related to someone that was one of the first settlers 3 those projects went on display yesterday at lincoln elementary school on the north side. 3 it's not un - common for dogs to be used as therapy animals... but at a veterans home in salt lake city... they do things a *little* differently.meet charlie the red kangaroo. for about a year charlie has served as a therapy animal at the william e - christoffersen veterans home. he's also taken trips to special education classes and hospice care facilities. the red kangaroo is only about a year old... but it won't be long before he's full grown.charlie could eventually be more than five - feet tall and weigh around 125 pounds... which unfortunately means he won't be able to stay at the veterans home for much longer. the utah red cross
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3 3 3 3 the sioux city symphony has a big celebration this weekend! we'll tell you why this saturday would be the perfect time to take your loved one to the symphony. next... in "talk of the town." 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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taylor"3 3 3 3 the sioux city symphony has a big celebration this weekend! we'll tell you why this saturday would be the perfect time to take your loved one to the symphony. next... in "talk of the town." 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat
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3 "first alert 3 3 3 3 3
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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 find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... 3 3 a group of soldiers is training for a soldiers is a group of soldiers is training for a battle... but it's one that'll happen within our own borders. we'll show you what it takes to get ready for war games. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 here's a look at the forecast
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3 good morning, (downtown sioux city)... it's (21 degrees) outside at (time)... as we
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roofing and insulating) camera. 3 right now hundreds of our nation's best soldiers are training for a battle field in minnesota. reporter nick minock show us how the high tech training our soldiers are getting up north right now will help them compete in the war games this summer. 3 pkg cue:natsreporter/nick minock:you're inside camp ripley.natsreporter/nick minock: built in 1848, the national guard training base is one of our nation's best. every year, more than 60,000 troops train at the base that occupies 52,000 acres of land near little falls, minnesota. nathaniel molitor sot "i'm excited. i'm a little nervous." reporter/nick minock: on this day, the first squadron of the 194th cavalry from duluth is training for battle...a battle that will take place inside our nation's borders, in the mojave desert.the games will be played in hot temperatures, with live ammunition...risky conditions, and these men and women will be in the middle of it.nathaniel molitor is studying engineering at umd.
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heard it's pretty scary, 3 but it's basically a 15 day straight 24 hour operations." the national training center holds the war games to train our country's finest military units by putting them up to a test in a manufactured battle zone that resembles real life combat missions.this year, the 194th cavalry from duluth will be there."tim hannah/site manager sot:"the last time they went was eight years ago, but it is really a privilege for the national guard bureau to go out there and fight the opposition force." reporter/nick minock: to make sure the 194th will be ready for its mission, the soldiers are training at camp ripley in high tech simulators called close combat tactical trainers. it's the largest simulation exercise ever compiled for a national guard unit.tim hannah/site manager sot:"they come here, they receive their briefing, they get in the simulators, and they are off to war."reporter/nick minock: ((stand up)))"right now we are in minnesota, but in this simulator right here we are in the mohave desert. here is one humvee - one of four - doing radio checks to get going within this simulator. once it starts, they are going to be scouting the area."
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says hundreds of national guard soldiers are training in these white trailers which house humvee, abram tank, and bradley simulators. reporter/nick minock: ((stand up"right now we are in the bradley fighting vehicle within the simulator. right here is the commander, over here is the gunner, the driver is located up front. the purpose of this vehicle is to support the humvees on the field, along with the infantry."natsreporter/nick minock:((stand up)))"the mission is on the 194th cavalry from duluth. right now the 194th is clearing the battle field from any possible enemies in the mohave desert. this simulator is close to real life. it's easy to become motion sickness because the ground is moving as the humvee is driving. the best way i can describe this simulator is it's xbox, but in real life." tim hannah: "the simulator looks just like the actual terrain."reporter/nick minock: these simulators aren't cheap, but hannah says they're worth every penny because the training alternative would be much more expensive.tim hannah: "it saves a lot of money. a lot of money. because you could imagine having 12 bradleys , 12 tanks, and 4 humvees, the environmental, the cost of the maintenance of the vehicle, the ammunition, so you are saving a lot a lot a lot of money. i can't stress that enough."reporter/nick minock:hannah says it's money well spent because although no amount of training can prepare a soldier for every danger overseas, these simulators will save our soldiers' lives. hannahlora van nevel sot:
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trust with your life." reporter/nick minock:trust being be built knowing their fellow soldiers are the best trained national guard in the world.reporter/nick minock:for cbs news, nick minock, duluth, minnesota. 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window 3 world" 3 our chances for light snow
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fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at most an inch of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s.the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by the time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually 3 climb back into the 40s early next week. 3 3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...if an elephant represents the republican party... and a donkey represents the democratic party... we're not sure which party this animal this
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polling station in pelham new hampshire. police say the pig weighed more than six - hundred pounds!it made its way to a high school where people who live in pelham were parking as they went to cast their ballots. police say the pig belongs to a local farmer who came and got the animal. it's not clear who the pig was trying to vote for. 3 3 coming up... 3 a new sport is catching on all across the country. we'll take a look at bubble soccer and what makes it so popular.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 the focus of the 20 - 16 presidential campaign shifts to south carolina now... after last night's new
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handed victory to donald trump... with ohio governor john (case - ick) kasich finishing second place. on the democratic side... bernie sanders defeated hillary clinton... becoming the first jewish candidate ever to win a presidential primary.federal health officials head to capitol hill today to brief lawmakers on growing concerns over the zika virus. on tuesday... officials in delaware... pennsylvania... ohio... and indiana... all reported having cases of the virus... commonly spread through mosquito bites. so far... more than 60 cases of zika have been reported in more than a dozen states... as well as the district of columbia.and... travelers aboard a battered royal caribbean cruise ship are expected to return home to new jersey tonight. the ship was headed to florida over the weekend when it got caught in a powerful storm. royal caribbean says the wind speeds the ship went through were higher than what was forecast. 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
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morning".i'm norah o'donnell. coming up, actor bob odenkirk from "better call saul." how the new season hopes to match the success of the first. that's coming up, on cbs this morning. 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 our chances for light snow will increase across siouxland this morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at most an inch of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s. the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a
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snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by the time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually climb back into the 40s early next week. 3 3 3 there's a new sport popping up everywhere... from kids' birthday parties to social media. players aren't just having a ball... as reporter mark albert shows us... they're *wearing* one. 3 pkg trt: 1:34(pkg)nats collisionwhen these players face off they get knocked off their feet.it's a new sport called bubble soccer and it's a big hit. (sot steven segerlin/washington, dc)'"it's hilarious this is actually a great game if this was a league i'd be for sure signing up for it."after seeing it on social media, steve segerlin got a team together."they have these videos of people getting knocked out and who doesn't want to do that on a saturday." like traditional soccer, the goal is to get the ball in the net - although at times it
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more like bumper cars. despite appearances organizers say it's mostly injury free. (sot ryan schuman/bubbleball md) "they get up laughing and it's just no holds barred going at it."ryan schuman and john millhausen bought their first bubbles in 2014 and now average 30-40 rentals a month. (sot john millhausen/bub bleball md)"we've had eight year olds up to 80 years olds play we've done corporate events kid parties."(stand-up bridge mark albert/cbs news/washington, dc) "playing soccer wearing 20 pounds of plastic not as easy as it looks. this one's pretty see through, but not all of them are."(sot jake rasmussen/arli ngton, va)"it's impossible you can't see anyone i was identifying my teammates by their shoes that's about all you can do."(sot segerlin)"the balls are very hot you can't breathe in them all your heat is retained by them it's like being inside a thermos."the short bursts of play give everyone the chance to catch their breath. a crash course in fun - bubbling up in cities across the country. mark
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3 most companies start rentals at 10 bubble balls for about 300 dollars for an hour... which is enough for 10 - 20 people to play the game. bubble soccer was invented in europe a few years ago and is spreading through the u - s pretty quickly now. 3 new hampshire was the big story... but there was an election in *siouxland* yesterday... too.voters in northwest iowa approved a 16 - million dollar bond issue to help fund renovations on the five iowa lakes community college campuses. i - l - c - c serves all or part of 9 counties in siouxland... buena vista... cherokee... clay... dickinson... emmet... o'brien... osceola... palo alto... and pocahontas. the measure needed 60 percent support to pass. almost *63 percent*
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3 this morning we're getting more information about a major road reconstruction project in sioux city... after homeowners and business people who will be affected by the work got together with city officials *last night.*a four block section of jackson street on the city's near northside will be torn up for months starting this spring. the project would go from 14th street near the garden cafe and select mart convenience store north to 18th street by the (vuh - kul - skus) vakulskas law firm. crews will be re - paving the streets and replacing the 100 - year - old underground utilities and some light signals. the work will affect traffic... the people who live in the neighborhood... and business owners. right now the city is just asking people to be patient during the process. 3 "we want to make sure that we are accomodating to the bussinesses in terms of access or if there's issues with customers getting in or being delayed because of construction. we want to know about it as it is happening and we will take steps to correct that or remedy that
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"3 the project will be finished in sections that'll each take about two months. the first between 17th and 18th street... then between 14th and 15th... and finally between 15th and 17th. during the people will *not* be able to get their vehicle in their own driveway... and it could delay shipments for the businesses. 3 "2 months is a long time. two months... if you don't have business for two months.. you might as well lock the doors and go vacation to greece, you know."the city is just waiting for the final plans and bids before offically approving the project. the engineers hope to start may and finish up by november 1st. 3 and speaking of work... the woodbury county's courthouse will get some renovations to get ready for its 100th anniversary in 20 - 18. 3 crews will be switching light bulbs in the building to l - e - d's... they'll also be fixing old globes that are aging and cracking. the chairman of the board of supervisors says these
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courthouse into the 21st century... while keeping its historic look. 3 "to me it's the best of both worlds. we're gaining modern efficiencies, but at the same time, making sure that this building reflects the beauty and character of a national landmark which it is."the board brought in a historical architect to survey the building to see what needs to be done to get ready for the 100th anniversary. 3 the iowa caucuses are behind us this year... but that's not stopping the hard rock hotel and casino from offering a *unique* way to keep the spirit of the election alive.the hard rock hotel has added two new slot machines... they're called *democracy rocks*... designed so that if you land on the three pictures with both party symbols you could win up to six - thousand dollars! 3 "we're not picking sides here. i don't care if you're democrat, republican, or independent, you got to participate. that's what democracy is all about. we're the hard rock, we like all parties, we're not taking
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next to the gift shop... they'll be there through the entire election year. 3 one of the biggest issues the next president will have to deal with is a rising national debt and an ever - growing federal budget. 3 president obama released his budget proposal yesterday... a 4 - point - 1 trillion dollar spending plan which outlines how he wants to see our tax dollars spent. our national correspondent kristine frazao thought it might be fun to ask tourists visiting washington d - c how *they* would slice up the budget. 3 kf standup"we've kept it simple - 6 jars representing 6 categories and we've asked people visiting our nation's capitol how they think this country's money should be spent.""how many pennies do i have here? you have 15 pennies."how would you spread the wealth?a simple question, with not-so simple-answersclink "for me i think they're all important."kat mcdowell/dela ware"social security because i'm 24, will be 25 next month and i'm not going to have any." we combined healthcare and medicare, as well as the military and veterans, plus jars for education, transportation and
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security and labor...and paying off the debt."i honestly feel like i'm gonna focus on paying down the debt we're running around like a teenager with credit card." "i'm gonna be pretty even because i think everything needs to be even."in the end neither the federal budget nor our experiement came out even and the winner may surprise you."education obviously because i've been teaching for 40 years."kf "do you students agree?" (group) "yesss." (teacher) "thank you for agreeing with me."many others agreed as well."i would put 5 into education.""education is like the foundation of our country."education won hands down...followed by paying off the debt and then the military, with transportation and infrastructure coming in last. here's a look at last year's actual federal budget - with more categories, and distributed much differently. clinkat a time when the way we spend our money is front and center"just put the rest in healthcare and social security."a small glimpse at what those not from would do. kf standup close: "alright so it's an unscientific study but we really wanted to talk to everyday americans about what they think about the budget and compare that to reality.
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frazao reporting."3 3 for all you starbucks lovers... especially those who love chocolate...starbucks is announcing three new chocolate drinks for valentines day. all this week until february 14th you can get the molten chocolate latte... the molten chocolate frappuccino... and the molten hot chocolate.the company also launched a valentines - day - themed (jiff) gif giver... with starbucks animations to send to loved ones through email... text messages... and social media. 3 3
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3 doctors call it the holy grail of medicine... a blood test that can detect cancer before it becomes life threatening. researchers say it's years away... but up next... we'll show you one company that says it's ready now. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat
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3 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning.
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3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 our chances for light snow will increase across siouxland this morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at most an inch of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s. the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by the time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually climb back into the 40s early next week. 3 thanks to breakthroughs in technology... the market for genetic tests that give patients information about their genes has surged over the past according to one recent estimate... there are now more than 60 - thousand on the market. but as reporter jim axelrod shows us... in the race to profit from this exploding industry... some may be promising more some may be industry... this exploding profit from in the race to us... axelrod shows reporter jim but as the market. thousand on more than 60 - there are now estimate... one recent according to decade. the past surged over genes has about their information patients that give genetic tests the market for
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3 next week.3 3 thanks to breakthroughs in technology... the market for genetic tests that give patients information about their genes has surged over the past decade. according to one recent estimate... there are now more than 60 - thousand on the market. but as reporter jim axelrod shows us... in the race to profit from this exploding industry... some may be promising more than science can deliver. 3 ctm script:(nats people checking in etc.)narr: at this healthcare conference in silicon valley a few weeks ago (nat rosetta salesman) "the buzzword is actionable" or (nat biocept sales person) "very hot topic"narr: biotech pioneers pitched the latest and greatest in
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(klausner 10:47:41) //3 this has the potential to totally change not just cancer but all of medicine.narr: dr. richard klausner is the former head of the national cancer institute and a director of grail, a company developing a blood test for cancer, known as a liquid biopsy.(axe 10;32;33;08) someone with no symptoms...(klausener) no symptoms (axe) could get their blood drawn(klausner 10;32;37;28) exactly. (axe 10;32;37;28) you could // determine they have cancer? (klausner) that is the holy grail.narr: the idea holds great promise, but klausner says proving it works will take time. (klausner) the answers are not going to be clear we do definitive and large scale studies because we need to know, not that this sounds good // but that it's true.(axelrod) and any company saying that that time is now, in your view?(klausner) we just don't have the clinical data yet, and we have to get it. narr: (gfx) there is a lot of incentive: the liquid biopsy market is estimated to be worth $22 billion dollars by 2020. (gfx) another company after a piece of it is san diego-based pathway genomics (nat: pathway ringing the nasdaq bell) narr: (gfx) pathway's of board members include the of the joint chiefs of staff peter pace, former secretary of commerce barbara franklin and newt gingrich. (gfx)narr: pathway raised $40 last round fundraising.(sot kris jenner) it's like the most amazing thing.narr: and raised their profile, on an episode of keeping up with the kardashians.(sot mitch
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pathway genomics. narr: but what caught our attention is the test pathway launched in september. (pathway video) "introducing pathway genomics' revolutionary test, cancer intercept detect and monitor" narr: available by physican order for as little at $299, pathway's marketing claimed it could do what others say is years away(pathway video) "cancer intercept can detect a growing tumor in the body, before the patient may notice symptoms, it's like a cancer stethoscope for detecting and monitoring cancer." narr: a few weeks ago, we visited pathway to ask them about their claims. before we sat down with ceo jim plnate, they played us that marketing video. (axe 14:23:33;21) // we just watched a video upstairs. (jim plante) right. (axelrod) and it says the liquid biopsy will detect cancer before symptoms. (jim plante) it may-- may, so we say--(axelrod) that's not what the video says. //(jim plante) it says it may. we don't say-- we don't say will. we say may. so //(axelrod 14:30:45;24) you don't make the claim that // you can detect cancer?(jim plante) we say the information can be used to help guide-- potential early-- early diagnosis. // narr: (gfx) we also asked plante about this chart showing the advantages of cancer intercept over a traditional tissue biopsy. (gfx)(jim plante 14:32:16;12) we don't say-- we never say it-- it replaces-- solid tissue biopsy.(jim axelrod) this-- this chart looks like an either/or, jim, doesn't it? (jim plante) no, it's not an either/or.(jim axelrod) tumor biopsy versus -- cancer intercept liquid biopsy? (laugh)(jim plante) there-- it's an additional tool in the toolbox. // (14:29:25;02) -- it's a tool. it's one piece of information that helps, you know, guide the physician/patient discussion. (max diehn 10:27:08) while it's good to have extra tools,
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outside of research studies. narr: dr. max diehn is a cancer researcher at stanford. (gfx) pathway cites his research as evidence their test can detect cancer in otherwise healthy patients. (gfx)(diehn 10:06:37): i think we're still years away from that possibility. (axelrod) years?(diehn) years. // (10:17:18) that absolutely requires thousands of patients, and long-term trials to prove that (axelrod) thousands of patients, years of testing, millions of dollars.(diehn) correct. (axelrod) and if a company
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3 the staples center is getting ready for the grammys. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break.
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quite a bit colder!3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 our chances for light snow will increase across 3 siouxland this morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at most an inch of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s.the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by the time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually climb back into the 40s early next week.
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3 there will be no hungry artists at this year's grammys... and one of t - v's classic sitcom families is back. suzanne has your eye on entertainment. 3 super information:00:00-00:15 - "fuller house" / netflix 00:48-00:54 - suzanne marques / los angeles, ca trt 1:02 ((pkg script)) ------------------------(nats) john stamos: first let me just say, damn we all still look good. we are getting our first look at what the tanner family is up to as netflix releases a trailer for the "full house" spinoff, "fuller house".the series debuts on the streaming service later this month.(vo) the cast of n-c-i-s celebrated the cbs drama's 300th episode. stars mark harmon, michael weatherly and pauley perrette were on hand to cut the cake. the investigative series is in its 13th season and has spawned two spinoffs. (sot
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take care of each other, and that's kind of rare, and i think that's developed here over the years."the 300th episode airs on cbs in march. (vo)and the staples center is getting ready for the grammy awards. chef joseph martin showed off what the musicians and guests will be dining on at the massive after party. (bridge suzanne marques/cbs news, los angeles)among the selections - the lovely tender chicken with truffle mac n cheese and bourbon glaze.(cont vo)the grammys air this monday on cbs.that's your eye on entertainment, suzanne marques, cbs news, los angeles. 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... some kids are getting hands on experience 3 in political journalism. what
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3 3 still to come this morning... a siouxland original is coming to an end. we'll show you why the creator of the rockestra says it's time to stop.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead.
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siouxland news at sunrise.3 3 "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 our chances for light snow will increase across siouxland this 3 morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals
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inch of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s. the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by the time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually climb back into the 40s early next week.3 3 it was the first of its kind in the country. and this april will be your last chance to see the original professional rock and roll orchestra perform live. that's becase sioux city's rockestra is calling it quits after 12 years. i met with the group's creator... to find out why it's time to bring this musical experiment to an end.
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idea.3 "my goodness gracious we have the people we can do this in sioux city, and i started putting it together the next day."a classical sound... paired with the instruments of teenage rebellion."from the beatles to techno."in his basement studio...now...twelve years later...john's getting ready for *rockestra's* last show."we decided this would be a good time to call it a day." rockestra was the first rock- and-roll orchestra in the country...born in sioux city. "it's an orchestra because we have strings, we have woodwinds, we have brass and then right in the middle we put a rock-and-roll rythm section."and people responded to the sound at the band's first concerts here at the eppley auditorium at morningside college.a band-mate of john's was the first to really notice... during a song...on stage."she said 'turn around.' i said 'what?' she said 'turn around!' so i turned around and everybody was standing and cheering right in the middle of the song."sing-along success doesn't come easy. start with songs almost everyone knows.john puts notes to screen...and you have a
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ready for the orpheum stage. like the venues...the crowds started small...but got bigger. "from 232 it grew to almost one thousand." "it has to be the word of mouth because our marketing budget is, like, $14."the money was one of the things that never really grew. "the first check that i sent to everybody after the very first concert was $12 and 32 cents. and if i forget that, the players remind me, ha ha." a love for music started this rock-and-roll experiment.kept it goin'...until now.2016 will be the year this experiment comes to an end."nobody wants to go out on a bad note, nobody wants to go out when we're barely breathing, we want to go out on top."but even back then twelve years ago...rockestra's members knew this musical experiment was goinna be tops."is it going to fly? oh yeah it's going fly. you wait, this is nothing. it's going to cook."and it
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curtain call.3 3 rockestra's last concert will be saturday april 9th at the orpheum. it's called "anatomy of rock." 3 valentines day isn't until sunday... but last night some veterans got an early "heart - felt" gift. 3 they came together at the siouxland chapter of the american red cross for a free
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with free haircuts and blood pressure checks. students and staff at morningside college also made blankets for the veterans. 3 "this is a way to let them know that we appreciate everything they did for us. and it also gives them a chance to talk to other vietnam veterans and veterans from other wars. to just discuss what they all went through and it gives them an open door to make new friends. "the group hosting this event... "support siouxland soldiers"... also wants to say "thank you" to wendys for donating the chili... and to pizza ranch for providing the chicken noodle soup. 3 3 speaking of veterans... fifty veterans from the vietnam war were honored for their part in an award - winning series of reports by the sioux city journal called "vietnam: service with honor." for the last three months pictures of the veterans and some of their stories have been on display at the betty strong encounter center. this gave the veterans a chance to talk about their service to the country and to get a "thank you" for all they did. the veterans were also
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friends... and people who visited the exhibit learned more about the sacrifices those vets made. 3 one sioux city middle school is hoping to make the transition from elementary school easier for fifth graders.25 fifth grade students from liberty... loess hills... crescent park... and lincoln elementary were named "student ambassadors"... spending the day at west middle school and learning how their school days would go once they become sixth graders in august. 3 "it's a great opportunity for these kids to be leaders of their class they were chosen to come up here to west middle school out of 350 kids and that's a pretty awesome thing these kids to get and to be able to go back and answer all the questions for their classmates that they probably wouldn't get answered when they come up here in the spring with 350 kids is really vital for them to be successful for when they get up here to west middle school. "the learning experience was pretty exciting for two of the students... 3 "its awesomei think its fun.//i get to see everyone, i get to meet new people. and you ve different classes so it not just like the same
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classes 3 you want. "the "student ambassadors" return to their classrooms now... to share what they learned with the rest of this year's 5th graders. 3 and *second grade* students at lincoln elementary are sharing their family histories.the students created a project looking at each of their family's history... and set up a museum to display what they learned. to set it up... they interviewed their family members and included an "artifact" important to someone in their family. 3 "we have talked about all of their ancestors have probably migrated into the united states at some point in time. so when they see the videos they are pretty amazed that possible they could be related to someone that was one of the 3 first settlers 3 those projects went on display yesterday at lincoln elementary school on the north side.
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doesn't always require a lot of typing or pushing buttons. instead... you can just ask to have them read to you. in this tech minute... c - net dot com's sharon (pro - fiss) profis shows us how to go hands - free with your messages. 3 trt: 0:56must font cgs:sharon profis / cnet.comtake pkg: listening and replying to messages on android and ios works differently. on an iphone, just say "hey, siri" or tap and hold the home button. then say "read my messages."."once s si is done reading, you'll have the option to reply to the message....or you can say "read the next one" to keep going. the same steps work for email -- just say "email" instead of messages. on android, say "ok, google" or head over totohe google now screen and tap the microphone button. then say, "show me my last messages." from there, your phone will show you your last five messages...and ask you if you want to hear them read out loud. after every message is read, you have the option to reply...repeat...or move on to the next one.
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and siri can be useful...but there are a lot t re tips available on cnet how w .in san francisco, i'm sharon profis, cnet dot com r cbs news. 3 3 up next in your healthwatch... president obama is asking congress for nearly two billion dollars to fight the zika virus... and huge crowds could be a breeding ground for the disease. we'll show y y how you can protect yourse. 3 light snow is falling across half of siouxland this
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forecast, next.iouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor" 3 "first alert ather with memeorologist cat taylor"
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will increase 3 across siouxland this morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at 3 most an inch of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s.the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. temperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by t t time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually climb back into the 40s early
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3 3 there's new evidence that
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prprnancy increases the risk of the baby developing asthma as a child. researchers in norway and england found a consistent link between children having asthma at age three and having been exposed to the painkiller during pregnancy. 3 3 a new study from yale finds patients who go to veterans affairs hospitals for a heart attack... heart failure... or pneumonia have lower death rates compared to patients who go to non - v - a hospitals. but the researchers found the readmission rates were higher at the v - a hospitals. 3 3 and new research shows task oriented rehab is no better than traditional rehab for stroke patients. researchers in california found no difference in motor function after twelve months. 3 president obama is asking congress for almost two *billion* dollars to fight the zika virus. the c - d - c command center is now at its *highest* alert level in response to the disease. officials warn it could spread in southern states. events that draw big owds like mardi gras in new orleans *could* be breeding grounds
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news correspondent david (beg - no) begnaud is in the french quarter with ways to prevent it from spreading. 3 ctm script: (nats)the centers for disease control and prevention says its emergency operations center is functioning at its highest alert lelel in the fight against the zika virus. (schuchat 12:28:50) "we are working 24-7 to understand this virus" // (13:25:55) "time is really precious for this kind of emerging infection."at the white house monday...the principal deputy director for the-d-c, anne schuchat (shook-it) says her agency *could* respond with 'swat teams.'(schuchat 13:07:18) "we do expect limited local transmission in some of the southern states" // (13:07:42) "in the winter months now, we have a chance to get ahead of this."g map inthe 'vast majority' of zika is spread by the aedes aegypti mosquito -- which in the u-s, is seen primarily in southern states.at least 57 cases of zika have been reported in the u-s... in 12 states and the district of columbia.gfx map outthe world health organization calls zika a "global health threat."(nat) the virus is spreading rapidly through latin america... (nat) and its connection to the birth defect microcephaly has led to warnings and travel restrictions for pregnant women. (furuya sot 00:55) "any illness that's mosquito borne that people might get overseas might then be brought back to
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furuya (fa-roo-yah) specializes in infectious disease prevention at new york presbyterian hospital.she says there's one simple way to *fight* mosquito-borne illnesses:(furuya sot 06:17) "mosquito repellents are a good way to try to avoid it." consumer reports recently tested 15 insect repellents on the market.brave testers stuck their arms into a cage of 200 disease-free mosquitoes.(byrne sot 22:19:23:15) "we found that the insect repellent that was most effective against the type of mosquitos that carry the zika virus were the ones that contained twenty percent picaridin and twenty-five percent deet."senior editor sue byrne says repellents with 100 percent deet are no more effective at fighting zika... and carry troubling side effects.but she says products with *natural* ingredients were not effective.(byrne sot 22:11:26:12) "the products made with natural plant oils just did not do the job against mosquitos."
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3 apple t - v is about to get another voice search perk we'll take a look next in your
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3 good morning, (arnold's park)... it's (15 degrees and snowing) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (great lakes countertops and kitchens) camera. 3 twitter is making some changes that might not sit well with users. here's your c - net tech update. 3 apple tv is about to get another voice search perk. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update.***apple tv will soon be stretctcng it's siri powers so you can use your voice to enter in all sorts of searches and even speak your password, instead of hunting and pecking through an on- screen keyboard with your remote, or by reaching for
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out. the new apple tv already does have siri so you can search for movies or shows by talking into the remote control. but the update lets you use your v vce to search for more things, like apps. the features are not available to everyone yet -- only developers can access these perks in beta version of the new tv operating system, tvos 9. that means most people probably won't see this until the spring. maybe we'll hear more about this next month. its not offical yet, but there e reports that apple is planning to hold a presentationn march 15th to announce new products, and that could be when we hear about updates to the apple watch, a new ipad and maybe even a new smaller screen variation of the iphone.***
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land, prepare to see video advertisements at the top of your twitter feed. twitter is selling a new video ad spot, and it'll show up in the twitter app and the desktop website.twitter has been under close watch lately with reports that it may be changing the timeline to be more like facebook and sorted by popularity or an algorythem, instead of being just in chronological order. that's it for this tech news update, but there's always more at cnet.com. from our
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bridget carey 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 our chances for light snow will increase across siouxland this morning. fortunately, we aren't expecting big totals from this system. at most an inch 3 of new snow is expected as afternoon highs will once again top out in the lower 20s. the rest of the week will see mostly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of light snow early friday morning. mperatures the rest of the work week will hang in the lower 20s. by the time the weekend comes around we will be flirting with overnight lows below zero. look for a little bit of snow on sunday as temperatures will begin to warm up. highs will eventually
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next week.3 3 we'll take a look at your news and weather to go coming up after the break...you're watching siouxland news at
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3 it's now (time) as we tata a look outside (xxx) on the e (xxx) cam. 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 3 here's a look atour news to go ... 3 3 the focus of the 20 - 16 presidential campaign shifts to south carolina now... after last night's new hampshire primary. voters handed victory to donald trump... with ohio governor john (case - ick) kasich finishing second place. finishing kasich (case - ick) governor john with ohio trump... donald victory to voters handed primary. hampshire night's new after last night's new hampshire primary. voters handed victory to donald trump... with ohio governor john (case - ick) kasich finishing second place. on the democratic side... bernie sanders defeated hillary clinton... becoming the first jewish candidate ever to win a presidential primary.federal health officials head to capitol hill today to brief lawmakers on growing concerns over the zika virus. on tuesday... officials in delaware... pennsylvania... ohio... and indiana... all reported having cases of the virus...
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mosquito bites. so far... more than 60 cases of zika have been reported in more than a dozen states... as well as the district of columbia.and... travelers aboard a battered royal caribbean cruise ship are expected to return home to new jersey tonight. the ship was headed to florida over the weekend when it got caught in a powerful storm. royal caribbean says the wind speeds the ship went through were higher than what was forecast. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest ws, weather and
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