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3 good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning.3 3 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on until early friday morning, but as the snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next week with highs pushing back into the 40s.
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3 3 we start this morning with a cruise ship. lawmakers want an investigation into royal caribbean after one of its ships sailed right into the path of a dangerous storm over the weekend. the luxury cruise liner... along with thousands of passengers on board... came back to its home port in bayonne new jersey wednesday night after the nightmare trip. c - b - s news correspondent don champion is there. 3 (pkg) (nat man kisses the ground) after a nightmare at sea...passengers of the "anthem of the seas" cruise ship are back on solid ground...sharing tales of a dream caribbean vacation gone wrong: (sot david link/ passenger) the wind was coming through the doors. we thought it would break the glass. we slept on the sofa because we didn't think we were going to make it(sot nat of cell phone video of waves) the 200- thousand ton liner set sail for the bahamas last weekend but got caught in a major winter storm in the atlantic. the vessel was battered by 30-
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winds. (sot dennis maher/ passenger) i was on deck eight, and i could see the water coming up to our balcony dennis maher (mar) was on the cruise with his family. they spent hours on lockdown in their rooms while the ship's captain navigated out of the storm.(sot dennis maher/ passenger) my sister and my brother were pretty distraught. my mom was okay. the opened up the mini bar, so that was good for her(standup: don champion cbs news bayonne, nj) royal caribbean officials say they're reviewing the company's storm-avoidance policies to ensure an incident like this never happens again. (sot bill baumgartner, svp of global marine operations for royal caribbean cruises ltd) we can't ask guests coming for a dream vacation to deal with those conditions some rattled passengers say they're done. (sot frank mchugh/ passenger) i'm not going to hold it against them i'm just never going to cruise again the coast guard will inspect the ship, before royal caribbean sails the ship out on its next voyage, this weekend. don
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3 royal caribbean says all passengers will get a full refund and a certificate toward 50 percent off another cruise. 3 it's that time of year again... the sioux city city council is going over the budget.this year... the police department wants enough money to hire two new officers. they'll be entirely focused on traffic enforcement. chief doug young says he needs the new officers because the city is seeing a lot more traffic with all the construction going on right now. 3 "we're lacking in the traffic enforcement area so i want to bolster the issue so that we can meet the needs of the community. one of our biggest request of the community as we go out and listen to some of the issues that we have is not only drugs, but traffic is up there with that, so this is my attempt to address that 3 issue."young's asking the council for 269 - thousand dollars to hire and pay the two officers. he hopes to have approval by the end of
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3 but sioux city fire rescue is *not* planning to make any major changes to *its* budget..firefighters *do* want to make a new position for a public education officer... though. the new officer's job duties aren't set in stone yet... but they'll include sharing information with the community. fire chief tom everett says they're still trying to decide on the job's specifics. 3 "we will be probably requesting somebody who can go out into the community and look at ars where those calls are coming from. whether it's the elderly population or youthful population or whatever, and find the things we could do to provide education, information, resources, to curb that accelerated growth of 3 calls."everett says he hopes the city council moves ahead with this next year. 3 now down to omaha... where a man charged with murdering his mom and throwing his 4 - year - old brother over a bridge last may will spend the rest of his life behind bars.roberto (mare - in - air
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to using a baseball bat and a knife to kill his mom during an argument over money. then... silencing his four year old brother by throwing him into the elkhorn river *alive.* he also pleaded guilty to attempted murder for throwing his 11 - month - old step - brother into a dumpster. his family says the sentence brings them a little closer to justice. 3 "justice is not done yet. we got one more."that's because of (mare - in - air - oh)'s marinero's girlfriend... gabriela guevara. she's accused of helping with the killings... but she says she had *no* control over his actions. 3 a man from the iowa great lakes - area is facing a laundry list of charges after leading police on a high - speed chase through three northwest iowa counties yesterday afternoon.58 - year - old robert hurd refused to pull over for a clay county sheriff's deputy on highway 18. instead... he sped up... turning onto a gravel
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dickinson and eventually emmet counties... hurd led police about 30 miles in just over 20 minutes.hurd was arrested after deputies used stop sticks to disable his van. he's in the clay county jail now on a list of charges like eluding... and nearly a dozen traffic violations. 3 the sioux city teenager charged with shooting a police officer in the leg this weekend is out of the hospital and in jail.18 - year - old isaiah mothershed had been in the hospital getting treatment for a gunshot wound to *his* leg... from sunday morning's fight with a police officer.now he's been discharged... he's in police custody and booked into the woodbury county jail. his first court appearance is set for this morning. mothershed's facing five counts of first degree robbery and attempted murder. 3 the two teenagers behind last august's bank robbery on sioux city's west side were sentenced yesterday... and the judge decided to send both
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prison. 18 - year - old (ann - hell - ick - uh) angelica (purr - ez) perez and 19 - year - old heaven (zee - ven - burgen) zevenbergen were both sentenced to up to five years in prison for theft in the second degree. siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll was at the sentencing. 3 natsafter being arrested in august and charged with conspiring to rob the security national bank inside the hy- vee store on hamilton boulevard where zevenbergen was an employee, perez and zevenbergen plead guilty to felony charges of second degree theft. at the sentencing on wednesday, both perez and zevenbergen apologized for their actions and asked the court for a minimal sentence of probation. "i am here today because of the crime i committed. i would like to start out by apologizing to the bank, for everything i've put it's employees and customers through." "i want to prove to my friends and family, my employer and coworkers, my peers and role models that i am so much more than this horrible, stupid mistake that i wish every day that i could take back." perez's mother testified as a character witness for her daughter saying she committed this crime due to mental health issues. "about a year before this incident occurred, started struggling with severe depression and mood disorder, which her family, her father and i, got her started on antidepressants and seeing a therapist for. zevenbergen's attorney attributes her involvement in the crime to a sexual assault which started a downward spiral of drugs and depression. "things changed for her on october 30th 2014.
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three men that held her down and each had intercourse with her. after that her life went downhill."mandi sievers, a manager at security national bank told the court this was more than just theft it was robbery. "our customers and employees were robbed of their sense of security. employees that were directly affected were traumatized." prosecutor james loomis says both women are responsible and asked for the maximum sentence of up to five years because of the calculated nature of the crime. "the clothes were hidden, the money was hidden, she eventually, miss perez, left the scene, but both miss perez and miss zevenbergen both went back to that perry creek ditch to look for that money. miss zevenbergen indicated that she didn't do all this for nothing and an effort was made to go back and find that money. most of that money was not recovered, has not been found." stand up "judge neary called the crime "senseless" and says he has never seen a case like this in his 13 years on the bench committed by two young women with the possibility of such bright futures." perez and zevenbergen were brought to tears as judge neary issued their sentence"i'm comfortable and i'm satisfied that under these circumstances that i am not going to suspend this sentence. i am going to impose a five year prison sentence." without the opportunity to say any goodbyes, the women left tearful friends and family members behind to begin a sentence they desperately
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3 judge neary says he would have sent the wrong message to the public if he just put the two on probation. he said it was just as hard for him to issue the sentence as it was for them to receive it. 3 if diamonds *are* a girls best friends...you're going to love this! it's called (less - eddie) "lesedi la rona"... it's the second - largest diamond ever found. the canadian company that owns it held a public competition to find a perfect name for it. (less - eddie) "lasedi la rona" means "our light" in the national language of botswana. that's where the 11 - hundred carat stone was found in november.its price hasn't been set yet... because the stone is too big for the typical scanners used to find
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worth. the largest diamond ever found... the 31 - hundred carat "cullinan diamond"... was found in south africa in 19 - 05. 3 3 3 3 temperatures are still dropping off here in siouxland. your forecast is coming up. 3 3 coming up... intelligence officials are warning of north korea's nuclear testing. we'll show you why they say these tests are a direct threat.
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meteorologist cat taylor"3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from 3 a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. 3 temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on until early friday morning, but as the snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland.d.temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturday
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with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next week with highs pushing back into the 40s. 3
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the 8th book in the harry potter series is about to hit store shelves. what's your favorite
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3 3 and we want to congratulate the winner of our valentine's day selfie contest. this is taylor huisman.taylor says her best friend is her boyfriend. she wins a prize package from sunnybrook floral and greenhouse... granny's stitches with viking... and jodean's steakhouse lounge and buffet.we'll be in touch later today to tell you how to pick up your prize. 3 one congressman has had enough of shrinking airline seats... jill wagner is in new york with your c-b-s moneywatch. 3 it will be a rough start for u-s markets today...as fed chair janet yellen heads back to capitol hill to wrap up two days of testimony.yesterday, yellen said the u-s economy is strong--but took a cautious tone because of weakness in the global economy. that weakness could slow the fed's
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this year... as planned. that sparked an afternoon selloff on wall street. the dow fell 99 points. but the nasdaq gained 14 points.// airlines have been squeezing more and more passengers into coach... and now a tennessee congressman wants the f-a-a to put an official limit on how far airlines can shrink seats...citing health and safety issues.he says the average distance between rows has gone from 35 inches to 31 in the past few decades.// and burger king is adding something unexpected to the menu---hot dogs! the burger chain teamed up with oscar mayer to offer a 100 percent beef hot dog. there will be two choices -- classic flame grilled and a chilli cheese dog.most food chains are going in the other direction -- adding salads and healthy food options. burger king says it tested the new menu item, and it was a huge success.// and that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more follow me on twitter at jill wagner cbs. at the nyse, i'm jill wagner.
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3 u - s military officials have an ominous warning for us this morning... they say north korea's recent nuclear test and its launch of a satellite using ballistic - missile technology can't be sugar - coated. they say those acts show a direct threat to the security of the united states and its allies... and as c - n - n's brian todd tells us... they're warning kim jong un's not about to stop now. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows--a brazen nuclear test..and this: a display of long-range ballistic-missile technology, in the guise of a satellite launch.two blatantly- aggressive moves by kim jong un within the span of a month that tonight have the u-s and its allies reeling.and the u-s senate, late today, passing sanctions against the north korean regime...a regime that, america's top intelligence chiefs say, poses the world's greatest nuclear threat.(james clapper, director of national intelligence) "pyongyang continues to produce fissile material and develop a submarine-launched ballistic missile. it is also committed to developing a long-range nuclear-armed missile that's capable of posing a direct threat to the united states." u-s officials say the north koreans haven't flight-tested
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not clear if they'd work.but they say the recent tests-- and the fact that north korea's expanded its production of weapons-grade nuclear fuel-- signal that kim jong un's nuclear ambitions are full-speed ahead.(patrick cronin, center for a new american security) "it means that north korea can go from a few or a dozen or 15 nuclear weapons this year, to perhaps 50 or 100 weapons in just five-years' time. that makes it a very very big threat to regional stability."and an added warning from america's top spy-master, who says kim has other motives to build up his nuclear arsenal.(john brennan, cia director) "he wants to showcase, as a way to demonstrate his strength-- but also as a way to help market some of his proliferation capabilities."and where would kim be marketing his weapons? (jonathan pollack, brookings institution) "they might think a country like iran, for example, might be interested in, both for the technology, but more to the point if they wanted the prestige of putting a satellite in orbit."iran denies it's trying to acquire nuclear weapons.but experts say the iranians have long been cooperating with north korea in developing nuclear and missile technology...a way for iran to outsource that capability- and get around its nuclear deal with the u-s. (patrick cronin, center for a new american security) "they can pay for that nuclear program, north korea can get
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gain more technological insight, and both iran and north korea can come away with a serious nuclear missile threat." 3 multi-hybrid planters... advanced crop rotation techniques...it takes a lot of research to get the latest farming technology to growers in siouxland. we're heading to where that reasearch happens in "proud to be a hometown farmer" this week. to look at a new way to grow fruit trees... that could get you your fruit... faster. 3 we are just a bit colder than we were this time yesterday.
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coming up.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on until early friday morning, but as the snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some
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next week with highs pushing back into the 40s. 3 3 the latest farm technology gets researched every day up at a farm near beresford, south dakota.and they're workin' on a new way to grow fruit up there right now. we're heading to the south dakota state university southeast research farm this week... in "proud to be a hometown farmer." 3 "it's farming, and it's kind of like going to school, too." then you could say brad rops has been going to school *every* day for the last 22 years he's worked here.now he's operations manager at the south dakota state university southeast research farm by beresford.but a lot of his time isn't spent *here*... *inside*..."this is our swine barn, here."he's usually out in the field...literally. running experiments to
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bio - filters attached to this swine barn.they've really cut down that *hog* smell."we've had a lot of interest from county commissioners and producers."this high tunnel's only a year old.inside is an experiment brad's really excited about."doubled their growth."he's growing things like strawberries and fruit trees...not traditional high-tunnel crops...and they're doing very well.the peach trees have doubled in height!"we're going to gain about three weeks on each end of the growing season in here." a science experiment that seems successful for now...one of many...and a way of life for a guy like brad rops. "hopefully we make the
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don't have to."3 3 if you think of a farmer that might be great on "proud to be a hometown farmer" tell us about them!you can nominate them on our web site... or you can e - mail me at j - heller at siouxland news dot com. 3 3 still to come... when it comes to millennials and their money... traditional banks might be missing out. we'll show you the reason millennials are avoiding banks. you're watching
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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 3 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on until early friday morning, but as the snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next week with highs pushing
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3 we start this half hour with money... and when it comes to millennials and *their* money... traditional banks are missing out. more than 83 million americans make up the millennial generation... born in the early 1980's to 2000... and they have a new approach to handling their cash that could disrupt the banking industry. c - b - s news correspondent danielle nottingham is in los angeles. 3 trt - 1:25(pkg)32 year old surgical resident travis shiba hasn't walked into a bank in years.(travis shiba, millennial)"everything is online.pay my bills online, money transfers, like everything"more young adults like shiba are finding less use for them. millennial expert morley winograd says 30 percent of millennials don't have a checking or savings account. (morley winograd/mille
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student loans and the great recession and the crash of the price of their parents' house and value, they have become extraordinary distrustful of america's banks"hidden fees from the big banks are pushing technology dependent millenials to do their banking with online startups like chime and affirm which gives out debit cards and small loans.mobile payment services-like vemno-that allow peer to peer transactions-- process hundreds of million of dollars a year. (morley winograd/millennial expert) "they just don't see any purpose to all the cost associated with banks when so much can be done online" bankrate estimates 63 percent of millennials - aged 18 to 29 - don't even have a creret card. (travis shiba, millennial)"you have to find a way to exercise your limited financial power so you're not putting yourself in a hole in the future"analysts say the big banks need to pay attention, a recent survey by viacom found millennials would rather go to the dentist than listen to a banker.danielle nottingham, cbs news, los
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3 a sioux city teenager is getting a big boost toward his dream of being a navy pilot.the experimental aircraft association has given 14 - year - old kevin (fuh - ree - iss) farias a "matching funds award." it was handed out at martin airfield in south sioux city last night. this means the group will pay four - thousand dollars toward his first flying lesson... and eventually his pilot's license. (fuh - ree - iss) farias was selected because of an essay he wrote promoting flying in siouxland... and for sharing his dream to become a naval aviator. 3 "i feel encouraged. so that, maybe in the future, i can get my pilot's license. some things are very tough and some things are very easy but i focus on everything so that whenever i take the written, i can ace it."his first flight with an instructor is scheduled for this saturday... weather permitting. 3 3 the norm waitt senior y - m - c - a is celebrating its 130th
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siouxland.the anniversary celebration was yesterday morning. there was cake... and a historic display. along with celebrating the past... the "y" is *also* looking toward the future... with a challenge, 3 "well, being a 130 years old is accomplishment itself. i've found out we are one of the oldest and biggest non-profit in the entire area. so we are introducing a 130 day health challenge, introducing a brand new 130 year annual campaign. and just pushing for more member ships to get out impact and out message out so more people understand what we do, why we do it, and how long we have been doing it. "this was *supposed* to happen last week... . but was postponed because of that bilzzard. 3 we're not quite to the "ides of march" on the calendar... but that's not stopping sioux city 6th graders from recreating the famous murder of julius caesar.as part of a lesson on the roman empire... sixth graders at east middle school put on a sort of "crime scene" display to examine the
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killed caesar." 3 "its important because we're going to be working on some higher order thinking skills. they are going to be looking at evidence, understanding kind of political aspect of having a leader. having the pros and cons, who was for and who was against him. why maybe they were upset with change of the republic to more of an empire aspect of rome."the nvestigation" will continueueoday... before students put their chosen perpetrator on trial friday. 3 but there was a mu more *modern* display across town last night...third grade students at clark elementary on hamilton boulevard put on a presidential wax museum. all 55 students were assigned a president to research. at the end of the project they had to dress up as their assigned president and showow off their research. 3 "we thought it would be fun to bring presidents to life. third graders have had a great time learning about the presidents as people and all the trivia. i have learned, i have learned a lot of the last
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something new every year. "this project has been going on at clark for six years... it aims s teach students early on how to proply research and write a scholarly paper. 3 catholics from across sioux city celebrated mass for the start of lent yesterday. 3 honoring ash wednesday... almost 5 - hundred people were at a special noon service led by father brent lingle at the cathedral of the epiphany in sioux city. that service was one of six held through the day at the douglalastreet cathedral. 3 "it's really important to me as a priest to have an opportunity for renewal. so if we look at the history of the church, lent is always a period of preparation for easter, in the early days of the church. easter is when all the members join through baptism."the final service at the cathedral last night was in spananh. 3 one of siouxland's most famous brands is getting a
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headquarters in the le mars... wells enterprises was showing off its new blue bunny logo. "blu" the "spokesbunny." it's an updated version of the real bunny that inspired a child to suggest the brand's blue bunny name back in the '30s0s the "new" blu is part of the company's efforts to keep the "fun" and "excitement" in ice cream. 3 "blu is our brand ambassador, so we have released the bunny if you can call it that. blu is... you will see blu in our advertising, that is coming out and he is all about fun. so when you see blu there is something fun gogog on i guaranane it." 3 blu looks like your typical bunny... except for the blue color. *and*... in a new round of commercials you'll be able to hear his thoughts. 3 "i think blu is a cute and cuddly little guy. so that will be alright and it will be good that they do have that spokes person for them. it's fun for the kids and family."wells' says shoppers should also keep an eye out
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of ice cream... like bunny tracks and blu's birthday party... and some new transparent containers... too. 3 students at sioux city north high school are working to help those less fortunate.they've opened a "caring closet"... stocked with donated clothes... shoes... and other necessities. those items are available free of charge to those who need'em. 3 "it's honoring, , it's definitelyly great project and the fact that those girls thought of it when they started it is really cool and i'm really glad to be a part of it with the rest of my team."everything in the "caring closet" was donated by north high students and staff... with a little help from community members. 3 and now something a little different... a man in poland is telling the story of how he became friends withhis s pet uirrel. 3 the man said while walking his dogs one day... he felt something fall. afraid the tiny squirrel the size of a "shoelace" wouldn't survive... he nursed him back to health... feeding him goats
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pipette.he named his new friend pitek... after the pipette of milk that started his recovery. pitek is free to leave and d roro wild... but just hasn't left. 3 3 3 3 twtwter is flipping the ooer of tweets... and people are flipping out. we'll take a look next in your cnet tech update. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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taylor"3 3 "first alert weather with
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3 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, moutly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on until early friday morning, but as the snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it loks like we will be seeing some pleasantweather for early next week with highs pushing
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3 there's a new phone that never goes to sleep. here's your c - net tech update. 3 twitter is flipping the order of tweets and people are flipping out. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. twitter has tinkered with the timeline, p pling the past into the presest. allow me to explain. one of the main reasons people love e checking twitter is because you see a real-time, chronologically ordered feed of what people are saying, so you can keep up with what is trending this second. but if you follow hundreds of accounts, you will miss tweets posted when you were not logged on. and twitter is now addressing this by showing you older tweets it thinks you care about right on top of your current feed. reports say y out a zen of these older tweeee will be on top of the real-time stream, with oldest showing first. it's as if twitter spread a layer of facebook-flavored frosting on top of your tweet cake, hoping to make it more
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rolling out now, i don't have it yet, but you'll find it as an option in settings -- and eventually it may be the default for everyone. it's similalain concept to o e while you were away, where twitter shows a handful of posts made by people you interact with since you were last logged in. but it's just more of that, but it may not be labled clearly. you'll have to pay close attention to the timestamp in the corner, or you may get confused. hitting refresh will sweep away the old and only show w e new. personally, i have my own methods to sort through the noise. i use tweetdeck and seperate people into lists for different topics, so the ones that matter most to me don't get missed.you can also never miss a tweet when you have a phone screen that never goes to sleep. lg electronics put out a tease that it's next big phone, the g5, will have an always on screen. that would mean that you don't need to press y button to chchk notifications or the time - it'll just appear there
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already have an addiction to checking. somehow this is supposed to keep you even more connected? sounds like a gimmic but we'll learn more later this month when the phone is unviled on feburary 21st -- which just so happens to be the same day samsung is showcasing it's next big phone, the galaxy s7.that's it for r this tech news update, but there's always more at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, m bridget carey* 3 3 covering the news on an empty stomach can bebe chalalnging. we'll show you one reporter's mistakakthat has the internet buzzing. it's (time) th morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 our feels like temperatures
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cold as we will see saturday3 3 good morning, (dakota dunes)... it's (17 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (skywatch) camera. 3 when senator and democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders accidentally and hilariously became bernie "sandwiches"... well... the appetite for the senator's new nickname grew. as c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos shows us... the internet ate it up. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- it's a pretty easy name to say...("the view")"bernie sanders."which makes a minor slip of the tongue by m-s-n-b-c anchor chris hayes all the more delicious.(chris hayes/msnbc)"railing against pharmaceutical companies and the like and bernie sandwiches, sanders' message from the beginning."may i please have a second helping... (chris hayes/msnbc)"and bernie sandwiches."xt thing you know everyone was king bernie sandwiches.bernie in corned beef. bernie on toast. bernie between buns. holding a sandwich aloft.pulling one out of his pocket.hashtag bernie sandwiches unleashed tweets
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comments like "bernie sandwiches. that's his mafia name."as for chris hayes.... (chris hayes/msnbc)"bernie sandwiches."he tweeted "in my defense i was literally watching people being served dinner when i said bernie sandwiches."(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)"and as if bernie sandwiches wasn't enough for one election night, another anchor put her foot in her mouth."though megyn kelly's blooper on fox news wasn't quite so mouthwatering. (megyn kelly/fox news channel) "on the democratic side, bernie sasaals, bernie sanders. sandals, it could catch on in the summer months." it's already caught on, megyn. (megyn kelly/fox news channel) "bernie sandals."the bernie sandwich likewise already exists.food and wine magazine created sandwiches to represent various candidates. hillary's was a subway sandwich....(noah kaufman/associate editor, food and wine magazine)"a little bit of everything and anything yone could ever wantntn it, it will agrereto put under thatatread."while beie's s a vietnamese sandwich. spicy and obscure.(noah kaufman/associate editor. food and wine magazine)"your hipster friends are gonna tell you abt it."even chelsea
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bringing up bernie.(chelsea clinton/hillary clinton's daughter)"that president sanders. excuse me that's senator sanders, i hope not president sanders."yeah, well how about president bernie sandwiches. (nat sound) "bernie bernie b bnie. sandwich sasawich sandwich." jeanne moos, c-n-n, new york.3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 this afternoon has a chanan of light snow. accumulations anywherererom a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of 3 snow will hang on until early
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snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from ere throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next week with highs pushing back into the 40s.3 3 3 3 timemeor a trip to the sunrise watercooler...two brown bears s at the helsinki zoo woke up from their hibernation a month earlier than their usual wake - up time at the beginning of march. 15 - year - old mother bear sofia and her 10 -
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be seen coming out of their habitat in this video. 3 zookeepers aren't sure what's behind the early wake - - ... but it could be related to the mild weather in finland right now. 3 3 coming up in your 6 o'clock hour... norwood thomas metet yce durant in 19 - 44 4 en hewas stationed in london... but the war interrupted their love story we'll show you the reunion 72 - years in the making.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
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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 s. lakeport st. and lincoln way have a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to
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3 hillary clinton and bernie sanders face off in their sixth democratic debate tonight in milwaukee. the showdown comes just two days after the vermont senator beat the former secretary of state in the new hampshire primary. a smaller g - o - p field... including new hampshire winner donald trump... will be part of a debate this weekend ahead of the next critical primary in south carolina.the f - b - i is surrounding a federal wildlife refuge in oregon... where at least four armed activists are still holed up. the tense standoff was live - streamed on the internet as occupiers refused to stand down. twelve other activists were arrested at the site last month.and... officials with royal caribbean plan to strengthen the company's storm - avoidance policies... after one of its cruise shihs iled right into the path of a dangous storm. passengers cheered wednesday night as the "anthem of the seas" went back to its home port in new jersey. the ship was on its way to florida sunday when it was battered by
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force winds. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dotom all day at work and homefor the latest newsweather 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". 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14"3 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 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will l hang on n til early friday morning, but as the snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for eaeay next week with highs pushinin back into the 40s. 3 3 they met and dated while he was stationed near london... but a world war interupted their romance. c - b - s news correspondent mark (stross - mun) strassmann tellllus the love stoto of an american world d r two veteran n
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planned to marry. 3 (((strassman+ ww ii romance + comrie))) (mark) what does this photo mean to you? (norwood) well it means a lot to me and 3 if she looks at me like that now i don't know what it would to me (laughs)(narr) norwood thomas is now . in 1944, the 21 ar-old g.i., stationed outside london, met a british senteen year-old named joyce durant.(sot) (norwood) (tc 190006)
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was.(narr) last year -- out of the blue - joyce's son tracked him m wn on the internet. . at sot) (skype) (norwood) i still dream of you joyce.(narr) joyce morris, 3 now 88 and divorced, lives in australia. (nat sot) (joyce) oh my 3 goodness. oh thomas.(nat sot) (norwood) the only problem is that i can't take you in my arms and give you a squeeze. (narr) problem solved. thomas landed yesterday in adelaide, australia. (nat sot) (they hug) (joyce) well you are still vertical (laughs) joyce - hello - ( they give each a hug) norwood - let me give you a squeeze (they held the hug for about 8 seconds) (sot) (norwood) (b-roll with the hug) sot - joyce morris - (australian interview with joyce)- you know to find someone who loves you and you love them in the latter years of your life, it would rather be special wouldn't it?(narr) they'll spenenvalentine's day together, and why not? americans and brits have alwaysysad a "special relationship." m mk strassmann cbs news, norfolk, virginia. 3 it's that time of year again... the sioux city city council is going over the
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police department wants enough money to hire two new officers. they'll be entirely focused on traffic enforcement. chief doug young says he needs the new officers because the city is seeing a lot more traffic c th all the construction going on right now. 3 "we'rereacking in the traffic enforcement area so i want to bolster the issue so that we can meet the needs of the community. one of our biggest request of the community as we go out and listen to some of the issues that we have is not only drugs, but traffic is up there with that, so this is my attempt to address that ise."young's asking the council for 269 - thousand dollars to hire and pay the two officers. he hopes to have approval by the end of this month. 3 but sioux city fire rescue is *not* planning to make any major changes to *its* budget..firefighters *do* want to make a new position for a public education officer... though. . the new officer's
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yet... but they'll include sharing information with the community. fire chief tom everett says they're still trying to decide on the job's specifics. 3 "we will be probably requesting somebody who can go out into the community and look at areas where those calls are coming from. whether it's the elderly population or youthful population or whatever, and find the things we could dto provide education, information, resources, to curb that accelerated growth of calls."3 everett says he hopes the city next year. 3 now down to omaha... where a man charged with murdering his mom and throwing his 4 - year - old brother over a bridge last may will spend the rest of his life behind bars.roberto (mare - in - air - oh) marinero pleaded guilty to using a baseball bat and a knife to kill his mom during an argument over money. then... silencing his four year old brother by throwing him into the elkhorn river
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guilty to attempted murder for throwing his 11 - month - old step - brother into a dumpster. his family says the sentence brings them a little closer to justice. 3 "justice is not done yet. we got one more."that's because of (mare - in - air - oh)'s marinero's girlfriend... gabriela guevara. she's accused of helping with the killings... but she says she had *no* control over his actions. 3 a man from the iowa great lakes - area is facing a laundry list of charges after leading police on a high - speed chase through three northwest io counties yesterday afternoon.58 - year - old robert hurd refused to pull over for a clay county sheriff's deputy on highway 18. instead... he sped up... turning onto a gravel road.the chase crossed into dickinson and eventually emmet counties... hurd led police about 30 miles in just over 20 minutes.hurd was arrested after deputies used stop sticks to disable his van. he's ithe clay county jail now on a list of charges like
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dozen traffic violations. 3 the sioux city teenager charged with shooting a police officer in the leg this weekend is out of the hospital and in jail.18 - year - old isaiah mothershed had been in the hospital getting treatment for a gunshot wound to *his* morning's fight with a police officer.r.now he's been discharged... he's in police custody and booked into the woodbury county jail. his first court appearance is set for this morning. mothershed's facing five counts of first degree robbery and attempted murder. 3 3 after just two primary contests... the field of republicans running for the white house is down to seven this morning.mike huckabee... rand pauau.. and rick santorum ended their campaigns after poor showings in iowa last week. now poor performance in new hampshire has claimed two more campaigns. the biggest of those is new jersey governor chris christie... who came in sixth tuesday night after devoting most of his campaign's resources to the granite state. 3 3 christie isn't the only poorly
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candidate ending theirir campaigngn former hewlett - packard c - e - o carly fiorina called it quits... too. in a statement yesterday afternoon fiorina said "i will continue to travel this country and fight for those americans who refuse to settle for the way things are and a status quo that no longer works for them." 3 fresh off of the new hampshire primary... hillary clinton and bernie sanders are set to square off i ia debate tonight. as our chief political correspondent scott thuman shows us... tuesday's primary has provided a big fincial boost to one candidate. 3 scott thuman, chief political correspondent script:"we are here in milwaukee wisconsin for a date an event that many people may not have circled on their calendars, but certainly have now! a democratic debate between hillary clinton and bernie sanders which has gained important after what happened just two days ago in nene3 hampshire. bernie sanders not only beating hillary clinton but doing so handily. and keep in mind that is a state clinton one back in 2008 over
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as a result, bernie sanders is cashing in! he says he collected $5.2 million in just the 18 h hrs after pools closededn new hampshire. a record.ut speaking of numbers hillary clinton still has a double-digit lead in most national polls and is poised to do well in the next few primary states.so what many people thought might be a cakewalk instead has turned into a real contest and some believe could go well into the spring if not further. as a result, plentytyf fofos on tonight's debate and we will have all of the highlights reaction and analysis throughout the day. in miaukee wisconsin, scott thuman" 3 if you thought "harry potter" was over and done with... think again.an eighth installment of the harry potter series will come out this summer. it's not a traditional book... though. . it's a hardback
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the two - part play... "harry potter and the cursed child." the play opens july 30th in london.the publisher announced on its website that the script will be released as a book the following day... harry potter's birthday. the play is co - written by j - k (roe - ling) rowling... jack thorne... and john tiffany. the book will (roe - ling)'s rowling's fifit hahay pottererublication in eight years. 3 3 3 3 the morningsgse women were all tied up with dakota wesleyan in th4th quarter. see if the mustangs were able to pull away and win another g - pac crown. chris is next with sports. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on until early friday morning, but ashe snow ends, cold air th push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next week with his pushing
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3 sports, with sports director chris neyenhouse.good morning siouxland, here's a look at your morning sports.the morningside women had a chance last night to wrapup the outright gpac championship with a win over dakota wesleyan.the tigers are one of six raraed gpac teams in a pretty loaded field at the top. 1) 3rd quarter check out this save by jordyn wallenburg. it sets up this drive by lexi ackerman who lays it in! ackerman, recent 1000 point club inductee had 22 last night.2) it was morningngisde by 9 and then brandon tye made it morningside by 12!3) but this game tightened up we are tied at 56 in the 4th. here's ackerman again. she really turnededit on n te.4) this gameme
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teetz who added 32 points of her own! she puts morningside up one with a little over 5 to go.5) and did i mention she and ackerman took this game over. the pride of central lyon high with the 3. mustangs by 7.they would hit their free throws and go on to win it 80- 74. the gpac title belongs to them!tenth ranked briar cliff women trying to end their skid visiting dodot who's looking for their fifth gpac win..1. pick up action in the thd quarte. briar cliff up two and jessi corrick with the jumper she had 9.. chargers up four.2. dordt comes right back.. mycah hulst with the layup.. she had 8 points defenders within two.3. briar cliff would extend their lead in the third quarter.. corrick with the jumper.. chargers up four.4. later in the third.. chargers on the break and corrick with the hoop and the harm.. she'd make the free throw.. brbrr cliff up fifty to thirty-nine a a...the chchgers win 67-45.nunuer 24 moununmarty filly ranked takes on perhaps the gpac's best non ranked team in northwestern.1. pick up action late in the fourth quarter.. northwestern down five and cassidy de jong with the drive and basket. she had 32 points to lead everyone. red raiders within three.2. moments later.. de jong again with the jumper.. northwestern within
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court.. paige danner hits the three to put northwestern up one. she had 18 none bigger than that mount martrtwould tie on free throwsananthe game would head to overtime tied at eighty.4. in o-t it was all mount marty.- logan wagner hits the the to put uount marty up six and they go on to defeat northwestern one-hundred-one to ninety-two in overtime.number six briar cliff men visiting a sneaky good dordt team looking for their 9th gpac win.1. in the thrid quarter dordt down twelve.nleighton sampson with the reverse layup.. pulls dordt within ten.2. moments later.. briar cliff's austin homan with the layup.. chargers back up twelve.3. later in the third.. dordt's dalton franken pulls up for the jumper.. defenders within seven.4. still in the third.. briar cliff's bryan forbes with the rebound and the putback.. he's mugged but still gets the layup.. he'd make the free throw.. chargers up ten.. sixty-eight to fifty- eight and..briar cliff wins 114-103!number 16 dakota sleyan visiting mornrngside. the mustangs trying to end a four game skid.1) to start things off it was all bio babolalo for morningside. he wears 23 and he's from chicago. just sayin.2) then
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contact. no foul no problem! mustangs up 4-3.3) and then bio uses the screen from bryce cook to perfection. he hits the jumper! he had 12 points and we just showed half of em! 4) ryan tegmeier actually led all scorers with 26. here he drives and scores. morningside still up one.5) and then check out the sweet stutter step and drive from brody van ginkel! he scores! hwould make the free throw. mustangs up 11-7. they would go on to fall though 93-90.mount marty and northwestern getting together in orange city. lancers looking for their first non forfeit victory.1. early in the first half.. colton kooima with the three. red raiders up three. he led all scorers with 29.2. later in the first half.. kooioi finds jordan baker for the lalap.. northwestern up f fr. he had 13 3.ext time down the cour taylor francis finds baker for the layup.. northwestern still up four.4. moments later.. nathan wedel with the 3 nice pass to baker for the layup.. red raiders up six and ....red raiders win 94-50! that's it for your morning sportscast.be sure to join us for sports at 5 and 10.have a great morning, back to you, jake!
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3 ben stiller and owen wilson have a valentine for the fashion industry.. it's (time)... we'll have a preview of zoolander 2 next in your sunrise entertainment.
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forecast.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on until early friday morning, but as the snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting
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through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next week with highs pushing back into the 40s. 3 3 ben stiller and owen wilson have a valentine for the fashion industry. "zoolander 2" arrives in theaters tomorrow... and suzanne marques tells us how the stars feel about this big
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3 derek and hansel return to the catwalk. but in "zoolander 2" the model duo finds the fashion world has moved on without them. old? lame? ben stiller and owen wilson brought their characters back to life 15 years after the original zoolander made its mark. (ben) it is strange because a lot of time has 3 gone by and the world has changed a lot, we've changed as people. nats that's not me anymore. yes it is (owen) when the first movie came out it did okay but it didn't seem like an obvious sequel. but over the years seeing the way it developed a cult following was really nice as they struggle to find their footing in the new fashion landscape, derek and hansel are recruited to solve a deadly plot. i'm with interpol. i need your help. she's hot. i trust her justin bieber is one of many cameos. oh fudge as well as benedict cumberbatcas you've never seen him. oops kristen wiig is transformed as the
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queen, alexanya. (kristen) it was about 4 hours of 3 people working on me at once. and then there was hair and wardrobe. so it was a good 6 hours to get ready. "zoolander 2" takes plenty of jabs at the over the top fashion world, (nats clip "the kiss" :11 mumu) but it's all in good fun. sm, cbs news, los angeles 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the 8th book in the harry potter series is about to hit store shelves.what's your favorite book? 3 3 and we want to congratulate
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day selfie 3 contest. this is taylor huisman.taylor says her best friend is her boyfriend. she wins a prize package from sunnybrook floral and greenhouse... granny's stitches with viking... and jodean's steakhouse lounge and buffet.we'll be in touch later today to tell you how to pick up your priz 3 3 still to come this morning... genetic testing *could* lead to huge scientific breakthroughs in preventing cancer. but it can also be misleading. we'll take a look at what some are calling a modern day gold rush.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead. keep it right here on
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3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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3 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on until early friday morning, but as the snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturdrd looks to be our coldest day th morning temps below w ro and then snow w chances startiti late surday night contuing through sund afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next week with highs pushing back into the 40s. 3 genetic testing *could* lead to huge scientific
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cancer. but it can also be misleading. reporter jim axelrod told us yesterday about the questionable marketing claims t tt a blood test can detect cancer before symptoms appear. now he's back with part two of his investigation into what some call the modern day gold rush. 3 ctm script:
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under current fda regualations labs that develop tests like these don't have to prove their claims before they go to market.sot /masters it's backwards.. it's exactly backwards ****************(04 =) dr. stepepn master is directct of the central lab at weill cornell dicine.******** ******13;54;30;15 5 : // how can a test like that go on the market before its been validated? 13;54;33;05 sm: well the current law allows labs//a lot of leeway in what they do. // what seems to have changed though is that there now is a business model that has emerged.sot/tr: they sell--they sell before they're ready. //***************(12) the explosion of unproven lab developed tests on the market - is a big concern for researchers like dr. theodora ross, who runs the e ncer genetics prograraat the univivsity of texas s soututestern.*************** sot/ss 14;48;14;28 i think that people are not waiting long enough before they send the test out// 14;48;02;20 ja: do you feel sometimes the science gets shortchanged in the face of the business? 15;10;18;21 tr: yes. people who, it's not been clinically tested, that if the fda were to come in and say show me your data couldn't show the data, they should not be testing these patients. 15;10;34349 ja: why not? 15;10;36;24 tr: because it's
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3 a sioux city teenager is getting a big boost toward his dream of being a navy pilot.the experimental aircraft association has given 14 - year - old kevin (fuh - ree - iss) farias a "matching funds award." it was handed out at martin airfield in south sioux city last night. this means t t group wiwi pay four - thousand dollars towardrd his first flying lesson... and eventually his pilot's license. (fuh - ree - iss) farias was selected because of an essay he wrote promoting flying in siouxland... and for sharing his dream to become a naval aviator. 3 "i feel encouraged. so that,
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my pilot's license. some things are veryryough and some thinin are veryryasy but i focucuon evererhing so that whenever i take the written, i can ace it."his first flight with an instructor is scheduled for this saturday... weather permitting. 3 3 the norm waitt senior y - m - c - a is celebrating its 130th year of serving siouxland.the anniversary celebration was yeyeerday morning. there was cake... . and a a storic display. along with celebrating the past... the "y" is *also* looking towardhe future... with a challenge, 3 "well, being a 130 years old is accomplishment itself. i've found out we are one of the oldest and biggest non-profit in the entire area. so we are introducing a 130 day health challenge, introducing a brand new 130 year annual campaign. and just pushing for more member ships to getetut impact and out message out so more people understand what we do, why we do it, and how long we have been doing it. "this was *supposed* to happen last week... but was postponed because of that
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3 we're not quite to the "ides of march" on the calendar... but that's not stopping sioux city 6th graders from recreating the famous murder of julius caesar.as part of a lesson on e roman empire... sisih graders atatast middle school t on a sort of "crime scene" display to examine the evidence and determine "who killed caesar." 3 "its important because we're going to be working on some higher order thinking skills. they are going to be looking at evidence, understanding kind of political aspect of having a leader. having the pros and cons, w w was for and who was against t him. why maybe they were set with change of the republic to more of an empire aspect of rome."the "investigation" will continue today... before students put their chosen perpetrator on trial friday. 3 but there was a much more *modern* display across town last night...third grade students at clark elementary on hamilton boulevard put on a presidential wax museum. l 55 students w we asasgned a a presidenento reseaeah. at the end of the project they had to dress up as their
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off their research. 3 "we thought it would be fun to bring presidents to life. third graders have had a great time learning presidents as people and all the trivia. i have learned, i have learned a lot of the last 6 years with ititlearn something new ery yearar "this project has been going on at clk for six yes... it aims to teach students early on how to properly research and write a scholarly paper. 3 catholics from across sioux city celebrated mass for the start of lent yesterday. 3 honoring ash wednesday... almost 5 - hundred people were at a special noon service led by father brent ngle at the cathedral of the epephany in sioux city. thth service was one of six held through the day at the douglas street cathedral. 3 "it's really important to me as a priest to have an opportunity for renewal. so if we look at the history of the church, lent is always a period of preparation for easter, in the early days of the church. easter is when all the members join the church
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baptisis"the final service at the cathedral last night was in spanish. 3 one of siouxland's most famous brands is getting a makeover.yesterday at its headquarters in the le mars... wells enterprises was showing off its new blue bunny logo. "blu" the "spokesbunny." it's an updated version of the real bunny that inspired a child to suggest the brand's blue bunny name back k the '30s. the "new" blu is part of the company's efforts to keep the "fun" and "excitement" in ice cream. 3 "blu is our brand ambassador, so we have released the bunny if you can call it that. blu is... you will see blu in our advertising, that is coming out and he is all about fun. so when you see blu there is something fun going on i guarantee it." 3 blu looks like your typical bunny... except for the blue color. *and*... in a new round of commercials you'll be able to hear his
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3 "i think blu is a cute and culy little guy. so thth will be alright and it will be do have that spokes person for them. it's fun for the kids and family."wells' says shoppers should also keep an eye out for new and returning flavors of ice cream... like bunny tracks and blu's birthday party... and some new transparent containers... too. 3 students at sioux city north high school are working to help those less fortunate.they've opened a "caring closet"... stocked with donated clothes... shoes... and other necessities. those items are available free of charge to those who need'em. 3 "it's honoring, it's definitely a great project and the fact that those girls thought of it when they started it is really cool and i'm really glad to be a part of it with t rest of my team."everything in the "caring closet" was donated by north high students and staff... with a little help from community members. 3 3 conventional wisdom says you let your pets sleep with you at night your *own* sleep will suffer. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you how a new study from the mayo clinic is turning
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3 we have a wide range of feels like temperatures thanks to varying windspeed, but it's really cold in the north east.3 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 this afternoon as a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on until early friday morning, but as the snow ends, cold air with push into siouxland. temperatures will be about 20 degrees by midnight and fall from there throughout the day.turday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero
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late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next week with highs pushing back into the 40s.
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3 researchers say the rate of new dementia cases might be declining even though people are living longer. doctors studied data from heart patients over 40 years. the research posted in the new england journal of medicine
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dementia was more noticeable in highly educated people diagnosed with heatt disease. by 20 - 25 an estimated 7 million people will be living with alzheimer's disease. 3 3 british experts say new guidelines that recommend no more than five pints of beer a week might *not* decrease alcohol consumption... but could change social attitudes about drinking. they noticed an uptick in "alcohol and cancer" searches on google after the new guieelines were released compared to the same time last year. 3 3 and we all know that being a couch potato isn't good for your body but new research says it may also lead to smaller brains later in life. more than 15 hundred people were given treadmill tests to determine their heart rate. doctors found people whose heart rate and blood pressure went up after exercise were more likely to develop aclerated brain aging. 3 should you let your pet share your blankets and your bed? as reporter don champion shows us... a new mayo clinic study is challenging the conventional wisdom that
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mess with your sleep. 3 patricia (patree-shia) sullivan had 3 canine company in bed as soon as she brought home her first puppy.(sot patricia sullivan/dog owner)"hstarted to cry, and whimper and i felt sorry for him and i put him on my bed and he curled up in a ball and he was asleep and he's been there ever since." (track 2)sleep experts have long thought that pets in the e bedroom are disruptive to a person's sleep but a recent mayo clinic survey found 41 percent of sleep patients who share their beds with their animals find it beneficial. (sot dr. lois krahn/sleep specialist at the mayo clinic in arizona) "if having a pet nearby helps them feel relaxed and gives them a sense of security, which permits them to fall asleep with less difficulty, then i think that is something that does deserve attention."(track 3)20 percent of respondents however, admitted their pets interrupted their sleep.study author doctor lois krahn (krahhn) says there are many things pet owners need to consider.(sot dr. lois krahn/sleep specialist at the mayo clinic in arizona)"they need to know how well they sleep as a person and how well the pet sleeps, they need to take into account the size of the pet."(track 4)(gfx)other
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the bed, the number of pets and the pets must be clean and free of fleas. (sot sullivan) "if their feet were really wet, i'd wipe them off." sullivan says her dogs don't just relax her, they go a step further.(sot)"if i stay up too late the dogs remind me to go $- to bed. th actually walk into my bedroom, look at me like c'mon let's go. laughs. ps: they do."and even though their barking sometimes wakes her up, she says she wouldn't have it any other way.don champion, cbs news, springfield, new jersey. 3 the study did *not* look at whether different types of pets or different species were more disruptive than others. the study's authors hope to focus on those areas in future research. 3 3 twitter is flipping the order of tweets... and people are flipping out. we'll take a look next in your cnet tech
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3 good morning, (dakota dunes)... it's (17 degrees) outside at (time)... as we
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(skywatch) camera. 3 there's a new phone that never goes to sleep. here's your c - net tech upupte. 3 twitter is flipping the order of tweets and people are flipping out. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. twitter has tinkered with the timeline, pulling the past into the present. allow me to explain. one of the main reasons people love checking twitter is because you see a real-time, 3 chronologically ordered feeded of what t ople are saying, so o you can keke up with what is trending this second. but if you follow huneds of counts, you will miss tweets posted when you were not logged on. and twitter is now addressing this by showing you older tweets it thinks you care about right on top of your current feed. reports say about a dozen of these older tweets will be on top of the real-time stream, with oldest
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twitter spread a layer of facebook-flavored frosting on top of your tweet cake, hoping to make it more appitizing to new users. it's rolling out now, i don't have it yet, but you'll find it as an option in 3 settings -- and eventually it may be the default for everyone. it's similar in concept to the while you were away, where twitter shows a handful of posts made by people you interact with since you were last logged in. but it's just more of that, but it may not be labled clearly. you'll have to pay close attention to the timestamp in the corner, or you may get confused. hitting refresh will sweep ay the old and only show the new. personally, i have my own methods to sort through the noise. i use tweetdeck and seperate people into lists for different topics, so the ones that matter most to me don't get missed.you can also never miss a tweet when you have a phone screen that never goes to sleep. lg electronics put out a tease that it's next big phone, the g5, will have an always on screen. that would mean that you don't need t t press anbutton to check notifications or the time - it'll just appear r ere always. as if we didn't already haveven addiction to checking. somehow this is supposed to keep youven more connected? sous like a gimmic but we'll learn more later this month when the phone is unviled on feburary 21st -- which just so happens
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showcasing it's next big phone, the galaxy s7.that's it for this tech news update, but there's always more at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey*3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 this afternoon has a chance of light snow. accumulations anywhere from a trace to 2 inches, mostly east. temperatures will be in the mid 20s.chances of snow will hang on untitiearly friday rning, but as the snow ends, cold airirwith push into siouxland. temperatures will
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midnight and fall from there throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps below zero and then snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be e seeing some pleasant weather for early y next week with highs pushing back into th3 40s. 3 we'll take a look at your traffic, news and weather to go coming up after the break...
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3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. 3 3 here's a look atatour weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to gooofficers willll be running radar on s. lakeport st. and lincoln way have a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, thes is sgt
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3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 hillary clinton and bernie sanders face off in their sixth democratic debate tonight in milwaukee. the showdown comes just two days after the vermont senator beat the former secretary of state in the new hampshire primary. a smaller r - o - p fld... including new hampire winner donald trump... will be part of a debate this weekend ahead of the next critical primary in south carolina.the f - b - i is surrounding a federal wildlife refuge in oregon... where at least four armed activists are still holed up. the tense standoff was live - streamed on the internet as occucuers reresed to stand down. twelve other activists were ararsted at the site last month.and... officials with royal caribbeaplan to strengthen the company's storm - avoidance policies... after one of its cruise ships sailed right into the path of a dangerous storm. passengers cheered wednesday night as the "anthem of the seas" went back to its home port in new jersey. the
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sunday when it was battered by massive waves and hurricane force winds. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. 3
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