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with us on this xxx morning.3 3 the temperature was 20 degrees at midnight and will continue to fall throughout the day. saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps well below zero. dangerous wind chills are possible, especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.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 upper 30s and lower 40s.
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3 3 after defeat in the new hampshire primary... hillary clinton is hoping to get her campaign back on track in nevada and south carolina. last night... in the final debate before those two contests... clinton and bernie sanders were polite but pointed as they argued over foreign policy and race relations. c - b - s news correspondent marlie hall has the latest from milwaukee wisconsin. 3 (pkg)-nats-hillary clinton sought to regain momentum in milwaukee last night...calling the vermont senator out on his so-called unrealistic plans for the country:(sot clinton) i am conscious of the fact that we have to also be very clear especially with young people about what kind of government is going to do what for them and what it will cost. (sot sanders) secretary clinton - you're not in the white house yet and let me be clear that every proposal that i have introduced has been paid for.both candidates then turned their attention to immigration and criminal justice reform: (sot sanders) i believe we will all agree that we are sick of seeing videos of people shot by police officers.(sot clinton) when we talk about criminal justice reform and ending the era of mass incarceration, we also have to talk about jobs
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ways of helping communities do better.with the candidates neck and neck in the polls -- minority groups are expected to play a key role in the next nominating contests:(sot marc morial/ national urban league, president) there is no doubt that secretary clinton starts with a longstanding record and an advantage; (standup: marlie hall cbs news milwaukee, wisconsin) one of the more heated exchanges came when clinton challenged sanders for being overly critical of president obama: (sot clinton) the kind of criticism that we've heard from senator sanders about our president i expect from republicans. (sot sanders) madam secretary, that is aow blow. // one of us ran against obama. i was not that candidate.(sot lynda tran /cbs news political contributor) she made use of the opportunity that bernie sanders offered her today by criticizing what he called this gap in leadership from the president as it pertains to congress.the former secretary of state has worked to set herself up as the candidate who will continue president obama's legacy... something pundits say appeals to the democratic base in nevada and south carolina.
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milwaukee, wisconsin.3 3 the republican presidential candidates will face off in their next debate saturday night in south carolina. you can watch that debate right here on c - b - s. 3 the "charger dome" in south sioux city is back in business this morning.briar cliff university's dome was damaged by the blizzard last week... it had to be deflated to get fixed. that started monday... repairs were finished wednesday afternoon. it took a little more than two hours to reinflate yesterday morning. 3 "it up then they can do an inspection on the inside and see if they missed something or what happen when we deflated it.// and we'll be able to get it up and hopefully we will be operational by at least by monday."good news for briar cliff coaches... who say they've missed out on valuable practice time in the dome this
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3 "being in season the panic mood kind of hits us as a coach running your mind on how long this is going to be down, where am i going to go for practice for the next weeks, months, whatever it would have been. it was nice to know its going to be completed here. we have some inside work cleaning and getting some light put up and everything yet. it's a great feeling that we will be in their pretty soon. "the dome is also home to the chargers' softball and baseball teams... and it's a practice facility for the school's football team. 3 after 13 - years... the sioux city's children's museum is now open.the launchpad children's museum at the corner of sixth and pearl streets officially opened yesterday morning. the process of getting the museum built took a *long* time... but some community leaders say it was worth the wait. 3 "this is...been working on this project for so long, it's
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life."the launchpad children's museum is open every day except monday. it costs 8 bucks to get in. if you want a yearly membership for the family... those start at 85 dollars. 3 some siouxland elementary students enjoyed a musical field trip to the orpheum theatre. siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll was at this *musical* event. 3 natsfrom beethoven to tchaikovsky(nats) to singing along to the stars and stripes forever(nats) thousands of 4th graders across siouxland got a first hand look at the sioux city orchestra. titled 'the sioux city orchestra's users guide'... this annual event gives students an introduction to instruments and the expression of emotions through music. "this is a chance to understand more about music than it just being background noise. it has meaning." with many of the students involved in music themselves"i'm in orchestra and i play the violin." the event provided an opportunity to learn more. "you can play a lot more sounds on the violin than i thought. the children also
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feeding america,' by donating nonperishable food items to benefit the foodbank of siouxland. "i think last year we had about 500 pounds of food that they brought and this year looks like it's even more than that. it was quite impressive as they came in and the pile kept getting higher and higher."the sioux city orchestra celebrates it's 100 year anniversary this year. and with the thousands of excited young children, the orchestra looks to have plenty of new recruits for years to come. the students got to show off their knowledge in a guided quiz of the different sections of the orchestra and were able to hear different sounds from all of the instruments. 3 how much would you pay for a special... *limited
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3 the equator coffee & teas company in san francisco is charging 15 dollars for a small cup of their finca sophia coffee. the shop says the coffee is from the first harvest of their coffee bean farm in panama. 3 this cup of joe is described as smooth... with a tea - like character... some orange - citrus notes in there as well. the shop in downtown san francisco sold out of the signature brew quite a few days this week. 3 3 3 3 we are actually warmer than we were this time yesterday. that won't be the case in a few hours! 3 3 coming up... egypt's tourism industry is struggling to stay afloat. we'll show you how two other countries are really stopping the
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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 the temperature was 20 degrees at midnight and will continue to fall throughout the day. saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps well below zero. dangerous wind chills are possible, especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it
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see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.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 upper 30s and
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... there's still a lot of snow sticking around. what
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melts?3 3 what do president obama... bill gates... and brad pitt have in common? brian webb has the answer in your c - b - s moneywatch. 3 federal reserve chair janet yellen cautioned that global economic developments have created a risk for the u-s economy. but she said it's too early to tell if that will impact the fed's interest rate policies. the fed will determine in march how much falling markets around the world are hurting u-s growth. the dow is hoping to rebound today after finishing down 254 points.the nasdaq fell 16. boeing announced that jobs cuts are coming, with executives and managers first on the list. ceo ray conner says the cuts will start with attrition and voluntary layoffs and then move to involuntary layoffs if necessary. it's part of a move to reduce manufacturing costs.
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than 78 thousand people.what do president obama, bill gates and brad pitt have in common? they all met their significant others at work. a new survey by career builder says that more than one-third of workers have had an office romance with 37 percent of those relationships resulting in marriage. on the other hand, five percent say they left a job because their office romance went wrong. and that's your money watch report. for more, log onto cbsmoneywatc h.com.in new york, i'm brian webb./// 3 3 in egypt... it's local businesses in tourist towns that are feeling the hurt from not having any visitors. flights from russia and the u
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tourism... and the money that comes from it... is hard to come by. c - n - n's ian lee visited the resort town of sharm el - sheikh. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- sand, sea, and suneurope's popular get away from the winter cold.despite more than 300 days of sun a cloud hangs over sharm el sheikh.last october, a russian jet crashed in sinai.224 passengers and crew died.isis claimed responsibility.now resorts lie empty, russia and the uk banned flights - believing a bomb brought the plane down - which egypt denies.some even closed - their staff laid off. boats in the harbor remain anchored.tarek ramadan returned from new york 8 years ago to start a dive shop.now his business struggles to stay afloat.(tarek ramadan / tourism operator): "the situation for tourism is very bad right now. we got only less than 5 percent of the people who should be here every year."hotels slashed prices 50-75 percent.but for many the discounted deals are unattainable."diving in the read sea is one of the star attractions of egypt's crucial tourism industry. with flights canceled from russia and the uk, the bulk of customers
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this quarter of a million dollar boat loses i'm told a thousand dollars a day."the governor estimates shark el sheikh loses 300 million dollars a month.(general khaled fouda / south sinai governor): "when they emptied the city of tourists, this told terrorists that they've succeeded. this way, they awarded terrorism and punished this beautiful, clean and secure city."(ian lee, cnn correspondent): "in the height of the tourism season, more than 100 flights a day came to sharm filling these chairs. now it's roughly a dozen and there's no word yet when flights will resume."and businesses don't know how long they can be in the red.(moteia ismail / hotelier): "we care a lot about the families, all the employees that are hired in the hotels. i'm very worried everyday, how at the end of the month i'm going to cover these peoples' salaries." for now, cairo needs to convince london and moscow, egyptian beaches and skies are safe.ian lee, cnn sharm el
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3 after the break... hundreds of hunters are taking on the everglades. we'll ride along with the "snake whisperer"... as he searches for an invasive predator. 3 thirties from last year are going to be only a memory
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from our high right now at 19.3 3 "first alert weather with
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3 the temperature was 20 degrees at midnight and will continue to fall throughout the day. saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps well below zero. dangerous wind chills are possible, especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.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 the hunt is on in the florida everglades. the target? an out - of - control snake species. burmese pythons are not venomous... but they *are* big... strong... and deadly. they also threaten the ecosystem in the everglades. reporter mark (storss - mun) strassmann showus how hundreds of hunters are part of the month - long "python challenge." 3 ctm script:(nat sot) guys on a hunt (narr) in the florida everglades, this is "basking season" for burmese pythons.when the cold-blooded snakes seek out the warmth of the sun. (nat sot) (rahill) (tc 00:00:44:00) there's a lot of native plants that we should be aware of. (narr) tom rahill's team is hunting for snakes. (nat sot) (tc 00 44 00) and the poisonwood is like-- poison ivy on steroids. (narr) burmese pythons are an invasive species.and an evasive one. tom aycock, one of rahill's team. (sot) (aycock) (tc 00:01:28:00) (mark) it's a challenge, though, isn't it? (aycock) it is a challenge. //and we'll go multiple days and not see anything. (narr) burmese pythons average about eight feet -- and camouflage themselves in more than one- million acres of swamp and sawgrass. but rahill is known as "the snake whisperer."
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supervised hundreds and hundreds of captures and over 300 captured personally (narr) rahill tracked down his first burmese in 2008 -- and was hooked. the 58 year-old works as an i-t guy -- but has programmed himself into a master snake-hunter. (sot) (rahill) you go into an alpha predator mindset. if you don't have an alpha predator mindset some people can get hurt easily. (narr) first, they bite. (sot) (rahill) (5:01 rahill) they have sharp, hundreds of sharp razor teeth.// you have to just breathe deep and just let it release on its own. // (mark) because leaving your arm out there is both counterintuitive and counter instinctive. (6:19 rahill) exactly, the natural instinct would be to pull away. if you pull away from a python that bites you, your arm is going to be shredded. (narr) big burmese can also coil and crush you. (sot) (rahill) (tc 9:16//9:50) (rahill) i had a hold of a 17- foot python a number of years back. totally ecstatic. woahohoho, this is great. //i had a hold of it and it moved me like i was a feather on a freight train.//and i had to let go of it eventually.// (10:12 mark) you realize that people listening to you will think you're off your meds? (10:14 rahill) good, because i
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deer. in this photo, the alligator inside the python's stomach was so big, the snake actually exploded like the population of these snakes in the everglades. a female can lay up to one-hundred eggs. (sot) (penney) (tc 19;49;09;10 ) there could be tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of snakes , we just don't know. (narr) kristen penney sommers works for the florida conservation commission. some experts believe pet owners released their burmese into the wild when the snakes grew too big. (sot) (penney) (tc 19;51;01;01) burmese pythons don't have any natural predators in the state of florida, they're not supposed to be here so there's nothing that is out there that recognizes them as a natural prey item (narr) for help removing them, florida's fish and wildlife officials started the "python challenge." top prize? five-thousand dollars. rahill's competing with his team of volunteers -- called the 'swamp apes -they invite combat vets with ptsd on the hunt for what he calls "wilderness therapy. " aycock spotted this burmese skeleton...a four-footer. (nat sot) (ayers) (tc 00:00:19:00) (ayers) and you can see the structure of it, the power of the python. (narr) these hunters grab a burmese by the neck, behind the jaw, and let it wear itself out -- then drop it into this bag. they can deliver it dead or alive to wildlife officials. (nat sot) snake hunt (narr) rahill's "swamp apes" will be featured on an upcoming "animal planet" that focuses on the python challenge... ...and hunters who play hide-
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3 still to come... pope francis is on his way to cuba ahead of his five - day visit to mexico. we'll show you what the pope plans on talking about. 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 the temperature was 20 degrees at midnight and will continue to fall throughout the day. saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps well below zero. dangerous wind chills are possible, especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.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 pope francis is on his way to cuba before he spends five days in mexico. reporter adriana diaz is in el paso issues the pope wants to talk about. 3 trt: 1:25 (pkg)pope francis boarded his plane in rome this morning for his big trip to mexico where he'll tackle hot button issues including immigration.(nats of busy streets) the streets of mexico city are bustling with last minute preparations for the pope's visit. stores are already selling pope francis memorabilia. mexico has the world's second largest catholic population, behind brazil. during his trip, the holy father will celebrate mass on the country's southern and northern borders. (nats hammering)workers are putting the finishing touches on the
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juarez--a violent, drug plagued city that borders el paso, texas. in his homily, francis is expected to address drugs, cartel violence and immigration. melissa lopez runs a catholic charity that helps migrants with legal services in el paso.(sot melissa lopez, executive director)the fact that he's coming here says a lot about him as a human being and the direction that he wants to push the catholic church in. bridge: the pope's mass will take place just across the border, and will be visible from here in el paso, texas. extra u.s. border agents will be on duty.(sot / jose romero border patrol)any time you have more people at one event we have to increase our presence and that's really the main focus to ensure that everybody is safe.nearly half a million people are expected in juarez next week.adriana diaz, cbs news, el paso, texas. 3
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the pope makes a brief stop in cuba to meet with cuban officials and religious leaders from russia. 3 3 the federal court northern district of iowa has a new judge on the bench this morning. a 1983 graduate of sioux city west high school.yesterday afternoon the u - s senate voted to confirm president obama's nomination of judge leonard strand to fill a vacancy in the court.strand was nominated in july 20 - 15 to replace judge mark bennett... who's assuming senior status.since 20 - 12 strand has been a magistrate jujue in the northern district... which is based in sioux city. 3 3 the iowa senate wants to block governor branstad's privatization of medicaid.yesterday afternoon lawmakers approved a bill to terminate the state's contracts with three managed - care organizations. three republican senators joined all 26 democrats voting for the bill... which supporters say comes after getting letters of concern from hundreds of iowans who will be
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having those questions answered by the administration. leaders in the republican - controlled house say the bill is dead on arrival there. 3 3 the iowa utilities board has wrapped up its *fourth* day of hearings on the proposed bakken oil pipeline. the pipeline would run through 17 iowa counties... a few of them in northwest iowa. it's opposed by environmentali sts and property rights groups... but has already won state approval in north and south dakota and illinois. the company behind the project says it's gotten agreements from 80 percent of affected landowners in iowa... and it want the state to grant eminent domain rights to get the last 20 percent. 3 they call it "thrill hill." and the people who live along that dangerous sioux city street are still looking for answers. they met with city officials... trying to find ways to stop the speeders... and the accidents... that have plagued their neighborhood for years.
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there have been at least 17 accidents on this stretch of 25th street near morgan. this accident last november killed two people when the driver of a stolen car lost control. last night people met at trimble united methodist church and talked about everything from closing that section of the road... to installing flashing warning lights and stop signs. 3 "well the feedback we received tonight is kind of give us an idea of the real problem and the severity of the problem and it's not just an issue that's been here recently, it's a long term problem that had a historical nature."no one came to a solution last night... but city officials will research the options and hold a followup meeting sometime in the future. 3 did you see the accident on the highway 20 bridge over the missouri river yesterday?here it is... just after 3 o'clock... a pepsi truck was going west into nebraska... it lost control on a patch of ice... hitting the outer wall on the bridge that crosses the
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into the water. traffic had to be slowed down for a little bit... the driver *was* hurt. the road opened back up around four o'clock after the truck was towed away. 3 a man arrested in 20 - 14 for impersonating a sioux city police officer will spend the next few years behind bars.31 - year - old joey alberts of sioux city was sentenced to seven years in prison.he was accused of impersonating an officer and "patrolling" downtown sioux city for more than a year... 3 patting down young girls between the ages of 11 and 13.as part of a plea agreement... alberts pleaded guilty to charges of enticing a minor... indecent contact with a minor... and impersonating a public official. the 2 - year - sentences for the indecent contact and impersonating charges will be served concurrently... which will follow a 5 - year sentence for enticing a minor. 3 18 - year - old isaiah mothershed has had a few run - ins with the law over the past
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violent crimes. well he was in court yesterday... and our siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran was there as the judge set a three - hundred thousand dollar bond. 3 days after he was involved in a police shooting, isaiah mothershed made his first court appearance thursday afternoon."it is believe that you committed these offenses. based on your financial circumstances, i have appointed attorney matt metzgar to represent you."over the last 3 months, the 18- year-old has been linked to several violent crimes where he utilized crowbars, pistol whipped a victim, assualted a 19-year-old man with special needs, and nearly shot a woman, to the latest incident where he fired a gun at a sioux city police officer on february 7th. "i would advise you now that you now that you are not required to make a statement and any statement you do make may be used against you during trial. sir do you have any questions to the court at this time about your charges or your bond? mothershed: "no."he was also arrested in july of last year
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but he was later released and those charges were dismissed. now, are learning more about the violent crimes committed over the last 3 months.. according to court documents, on january 29 mothershed entered a home in the 2200 block of pierce street where he allegedly stole guns and pistol whipped the victim forcing him to open a safe that contained several guns. that spree continued, on february 5th he he broke into a residence with a crowbar in the 4500 block of polk street where he was confronted by the homeowner and mothershed shot out the back window of the home to escape and fired a shot at a women. february 6th, he lured a victim to valley park apartments, and held her at gunpoint..then on february 7th, he pulled a 40-caliber handgun, shooting officer ryan moritz on the inner thigh of his left leg.mothershed's charges, each a class b felony, carry a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison. "i do have to advise you that if convicted of those charges, mothershed would be required to serve 70-percent
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eligible for parole or work release."a preliminary hearing for isaiah mothershed will take place on february 19th at 9 a.m. reporting at the law enforcement center in sioux city, i'm jetske wauran, siouxland news. 3 it's not just people getting excited for valentine's day. penguins at the london zoo were given special treats on thursday ahead of valentine's day... their favorite fish served in heart - shaped blocks of ice. 3 keepers said they hope the offerings will get the penguins in a *loving* mood... because it *is* the start of their breeding season! 3 3 3 3 are you looking for a last minute valentine's day gift? how about a delivering a *singing* valenine? we'll
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in "talk of the town." 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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meteorologist cat taylor"3 3 the temperature at midnight and will continue to fall throughout the day.looks to be our coldest day with morning temps well below zero. dangerous wind chills are possible, especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.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 upper 30s and lower 40s. 3 the siouxland discovery chorus is spreading the love again this year with singing valentines!jim malek visited
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town" to tell the public about this great opportunity.for a small fee, a singing quartet will deliver a song, a card, a chocolate and a rose to your loved one!call (712) 259 - 0395 to schedule an appearance. the group will be delivering valentines from 8 am to 8 pm today (2-12), from 8 am to 8 pm saturday (2-13) and from 1 pm to 6 pm on valentine's day (sunday, 2-14)!
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3 ok - go is taking on the laws of physics for their latest video. we'll take you behind the scenes of their latest *gravity defying* shoot. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise.
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forecast.3 3 good morning, (downtown sioux city)... it's (19 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c
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3 the band o - k go just released a new music video shot aboard a plane in zero gravity. the conditions were so challenging that at one point... the lead singer blacked out for a little bit on camera. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos has a behind the scenes viral. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- o-k go has gone weightless. (video)"don't know where your eyes are looking."don't try this aboard your next commercial flight. the band known for its unique videos... (video)has come a long way from their treadmill days... (video)now they're treading in zero gravity in a plane above russia...(video)"don't stop." for three weeks they practiced and performed as the plane did parabolas....climbing until it goes over the hump creating 27 seconds of weightlessness ....time to open luggage... (video)and release a zillion balls. the flight attendants didn't yell.(video)they're actually trained aerial acrobats. lead singer damian kulash called the whole zero g experience exciting and terrifying....(damian kulash/singer, ok go)"it's a very difficult physical sensation and it just causes a lot of fear and panic."
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o-k-go the plane in exchange for using the results in a marketing campaign.the video "upside down and inside out" is made up of 8 periods of weightlessness with the time in between as the plane repositions edited out.the band members took anti nausea drugs but the production crew wanted to go natural.(tim nordwind/bassist, ok go)"we had about 58 unscheduled regurgitations."(damien kulash/singer, ok go) "58 vomiting events."(video)but what's a little nausea when paint-filled balloons are spilling their guts.(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)"now damian himself never actually threw up, but he did pass out." after being spun by the flight
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kulash/singer, ok go)"there's actually footage of me, you can just see my eyes kind of twirl up and i just go limp." (video)"did someone die inside."watch damian start to lose it as his eyes flutter. after 5 seconds or so he regained consciousness.(video) "do you want me to get you some water?"no, i want you to get me some gravity!jeanne moos, c-n-n(video)"don't stop can't stop."new york3
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to you by window world"3 3 the temperature was 20 degrees at midnight and will fall throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps well below zero. dangerous wind chills are possible, especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next highs pushing back into the upper 30s and lower 40s. 3 3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...it took forty tense days... but a bay area vet clinic was successful in helping three baby australian black swans hatch.the city of lakeland says this is the first hatching ever by incubation.
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replenishing their black swan population. 3 3 coming up... 3 if you don't have a human dance partner... you might want to turn to a loyal friend. we'll take a look at the growing sport of dog dancing.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
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3 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 floyd and 6th st.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 go ... 3 3 hillary clinton and bernie sanders are turning their attention to nevada and south carolina after their sixth democratic debate. the two candidates were polite but pointed... arguing over foreign policy and the economy
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the debate went into matters of race and immigration reform... as sanders and clinton keep trying to lock down the minority vote.pope francis' is taking a five - day trip to mexico. millions of people are expected to be there when the holy father celebrates mass on the country's southern and northern borders. pope francis is excpected to talk about drugs... cartel violence... and immigration during his homilies.and... the u - s... russia... and other world leaders have agreed to a temporary pause in fighting in syria to start in one week's time. the deal was reached during meetings in germany. it'll let desperately needed aid get into the areas that need them most. the ceasefire... though... does *not* apply to terrorist organizations on the ground. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. 3 and here is what the folks in studio 57 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".i am charlie rose. coming up, grammy- nominated country star "cam." why she chooses to tackle the obstacles in her life head-
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this morning.3 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 the temperature was 20 degrees at midnight 3 and will continue to fall throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps well below 3 zero. dangerous wind chills are possible, especially in northwestern iowa. 3 snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to
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weekend with higher amounts in our counties.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 upper 30s and lower 40s. 3 3 3 dogs are man's best friend... and turns out they can also make for pretty good dance partners. reporter mark albert met some dogs in beltsville maryland that are working on putting their best paw forward. 3 (super information): 13 - :18 - darlene chroniger/canine freestyle instructor:57 - 1 :01 - mark albert/cbs news/beltsville md1:07 -1:09 - pam kelley/ canine freestyle dancerpkg trt: 1:30(pkg)nats - circle to the left! smile!in darlene chroniger's dance class - everybody moves to the music whether you have two legs or four. (sot darlene chroniger/canine freestyle instructor)"ma:// did you ever think when you started as a dance instructor that you would be teaching people to dance with their dogs?dc: never in a million years i must be out of my mind but it is one of the most fun things i have ever done in my life." canine freestyle isn't a walk in the park - each move takes practice for both handler - and their partner. nine year
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freestyler who does dozens of tricks in every routinebut dogs don't always make for the most predictable partners. (sot chroniger)"if you make a mistake they will sometimes really let you know about that. ma: they let you know you've made a mistake? dc: they might bark or they might look at you and say that's not the way we do this it's very interesting."(stand-up bridge/mark albert/cbs news/beltsville md)"this is a legitimate dog sport with ribbons and titles but most here say it isn't just about getting creative with your canine."(sot pam kelley/ canine freestyle dancer)"the connection, the bond you have with your dog /// and he's watching you and he wants to please you it's just wonderful. pam kelley and her standard poodle pharaoh have been dancing together for almost six years - she has a background in dance but chroniger says most of her students don't. regardless of experience, the routines deliver lots of exercise with
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3 the "charger dome" in south sioux city is back in business this morning.briar cliff university's dome was damaged by the blizzard last week... it had to be deflated to get fixed. that started monday... repairs were finished wednesday afternoon. it took a little more than two hours to reinflate yesterday morning. 3 "it up then they can do an inspection on the inside and see if they missed something or what happen when we deflated it.// and we'll be able to get it up and hopefully we will be operational by at least by monday."good news for briar cliff coaches... who say they've missed out on valuable practice time in the dome this past week. 3 "being in season the panic mood kind of hits us as a coach running your mind on how long this is going to be down, where am i going to go for practice for the next weeks, months, whatever it would have been. it was nice to know its going to be completed here. we have some inside work cleaning and getting some light put up and everything yet. it's a
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in their pretty 3 soon. "the dome is also home to the chargers' softball and baseball teams... and it's a practice facility for the school's football team. 3 after 13 - years... the sioux city's children's museum is now open.the launchpad children's museum at the corner of sixth and pearl streets officially opened yesterday morning. the process of getting the museum built took a *long* time... but some community leaders say it was worth the wait. 3 "this is...been working on this project for so long, it's just to see it come to life."the launchpad children's museum is open children's the launchpad the launchpad children's museum is open every day except monday. it costs 8 bucks to get in. if you want a yearly membership for the family... those start at 85 dollars. 3 if you didn't know this already... here it is. robots are among us.
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movement called "biohacking" that's fighting to advance the human race. these citizen scientists are altering cells... d - n - a... even "hacking" themselves by putting devices into their own bodies. the risks are real when becoming a self - experimenting guinea pig... but reporter vicki gonzalez learns that for these superhuman pioneers... the potential rewards are worth the dangers of uncertainty. 3 outside of the conventional laboratory... 3 are radical experiments to improve life as we know it. rich lee is a salesman in st. george, utah... but his true focus is looking toward the future. rich is among a far-reaching community known as biohackers.[sot-rich lee/biohacker)"basically biohacking is approaching biology with a hacker ethic." also called grinding or transhumanism... a background in science isn't necessary... simply a desire to go beyond what's humanely possible... and put your own body on the line. [sot-lee]"i'm a bit reckless and i have a higher
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other people do."by implanting chips, magnets-- among other devices-- these do-it-yourself "citizen scientists" become superhuman.[sot-lee]"it's like there's a new layer to the world."rich can feel electricity and magnetic fields with the tip of his finger... [sot-lee]"i'll just do this on the bar top and it will catch somebody's eye. they'll go, whoa how are you doing that? and i'll go, i don't know!."his ears are also wireless headphones.[sot-lee] "pretty much any device that is bluetooth enabled i can interface with it. so i can listen to music on my phone, i can take phone calls."a forearm to rich... is also a thermometer. [sot-lee]"i can scan it with a scanner and it wil tell me my temperature." and a chip in the web of his hand... capable of sending messages to his phone. [sot-lee]"here we go. "thank you for watching."the world of biohacking exists mostly on the web... a virtual think tank where grinders connect from all over the world. [sot-lee]"our community is pretty tight knit and it's grown a lot.""grindhouse wetware" is based in pennsylania... the biotech startup is currently in trials and will begin selling implantable devices this year... here's ryan o'shea. [sot-ryan o'shea/grindhouse wetware]"what i am interested in is functional implants that can track my health data, that can make me a stronger, faster, a better human."but
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controversial... and illegal in many parts of the country [sot-o'shea]"there is a lot of legal questions that are hindering our growth right now."to skirt the system... grinders go underground, and find body modification artists through word of mouth. [sot] "as soon as people realized that they could become a robot, it just like exploded. people can link themselves up to their macbook's, and their cellphones, and their houses." undergoing elective, sub- dermal implants. [sot]"i see more and more, just every average everyday people getting body modifications and still going to their normal jobs."in the world of biohacking... the possibilities are truly endless... [sot-o'shea]"we have biologists on the team, we have software developers, we have hardware developers, all these different engineers, all coming together."and the risks of self-experimentation are real. [sot-lee]"do you ever worry about the long-term side effects of having a foreign object in your body? oh absolutely. in fact i check them every day //there is no such thing as a permanent object in your body."but where there exists danger, there also lies the opportunity of progress... [sot-o'shea] "we left the plains of africa, we crossed the oceans, we ventured into space, and i think the next logical step is to transcend our biological limitations."these "citizen scientists" are driven by a curiosity to advance the human race... one biohack at a
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3 scientists have learned a little more about the universe... and proven albert einstein *right.*they think they've found gravitational waves... predicted by einstein but never observed. two huge antennas... one in washington state... the other in louisiana... detected a gravitational wave last september. this confirms einstein was right
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as like a fabric... woven from the three dimensions plus time... what physicists call "spacetime."the gravititational wave was set off by two black holes that crashed... sending a ripple through that *fabric.* the effect is so tiny... one scientist estimated the ripple compressed the entire milky way galaxy about the width of a thumb. observing that the fabric of the universe stretches and compresses may open an entirely new understanding of nature. 3 3 3 3 lawton - bronson and elk point jefferson came down to the final shot in a battle of teams with state tournament hopes. chris neyenhouse is next with sports. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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taylor"3 3 (obama) for the loved ones we've all lost, for the family we can still save, let's make cancer once and for all. last month... the president the 'moon shot program'... 26:11 i was very excited 26:13 we've been proposing this, urging it for quite some time doctor randall burt at huntsman cancer institute... has 3 been leading research into precision medicine... 00:41 for cancer it means genetic testing to determine which individuals are predisposed to get cancerdoctors can look at a patient's family history... to discover clues to genetic mutations.. 18:37 when we look at their genealogy, many of the ancestors died at very young ages, in their 20s and 30s and 40s from cancer that's how it was for gregg johnson... 39:47 my mother passed away at a young age, i've outlived her by almost a decade and a half now. he lost his mother and grandmother to cancer...
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tells us we'll have colon cancer since doctors discovered the genetic mutation... gregg has colonscopies every year... 14:28 they know they have a high risk of cancer, but with a screening that risk can be virtually eliminated 14:35 because of precision medicine... doctors are able to often prevent the cancer before it gets too far...25:27
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3 "weather on the ones, 3 brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 the temperature was 20 degrees 3 at midnight and will continue to fall throughout the day.3 saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps
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wind chills are 3 possible, 3 especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.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 sports, with sports neyenhouse. good morning siouxland, here's
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defending class c-1 state 3 champs. and guardian angels
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in c-2 a year ago. they have a 3 combined record of 42 and 3 this season.any way you slice it tonight's matchup was about as good of one you'll see all year.1. pierce on the board first.. off the inbounds play jaci brahmer with the 3 basket..pierce up two ..
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first.. g-a-c-c's katie steuter with the nice move underneath.. pierce leads by two.3. move to the second quarter.. pierce's carly sutherland with the three.. pierce up eleven.. eighteen to seven.4. moments later.. g-a-c-c's hannah hunke with the rebound and the nice putback.. she's fouled.. cuts the pierce lead to ten.. twenty to ten.5. right before the half..g-a-c-c's makayla tomka with the long jumper.. pierce would lead twenty-three to twelve at the half.. it came down to the wire gacc wins 47-46!the only team that could beat pierce before tonight was crofton. they visited norfolk catholic.1. crofton gets on the board first.. kelsey sanger with the drive and dish to katie petersen for the layup.. crofton up two.2. moments later.. crofton's monica arens hits sanger for the three. lady warriors up five to nothing.3. norfolk catholic comes right back.. maddie love with the drive and the layup.. cuts crofton's lead to three.
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hits brittany gruenther for 3 the three.. lady warriors up eight.. ten 3 to two.5. right before the buzzer at the end of the first quarter.. norfolk catholics bailey eilers hits the three.. crofton would still lead fifteen to nine after the first quarter and... crofton wins 67-46.lawton-bronson and 3 elk point jefferson in a battle of teams with state tournament potential!1) this one came down to the wire. 2nd quarter eagles up one. brooke hunwardsen makes it 3.2)
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ali verzani with the drive she scores! 6 point lead for l-b. 3) ensuing drive off the missed shot elsie aslessen is there for the put back! back down to 4.4) now epj is down 1! mckenzie mennenga feeds elsie aslessen! but lexi binder is there for the block. so 5) 3 seconds to go anna dressen makes both free throws to put the eagles up three. mennenga at the buzzer! just short!eagles win it 49-46! south sioux city still hasn't lost to a team west of pennsylvania. taking on number 11 sbl tonight in the land of the warriors.1) starting off in the 1st quarter, south sioux city is up 7 to 0. on the fast break, sbl's josie clay is open down low, grabs her own rebound but then she makes it. 7 to 2 lady cardinals.2) the warriors were trying to come back though, they made a free throw before and anna lucas is down court and she drives it in for 2. its 7 to 5 now.3) next possesion, lucas again for the 3, the warriors take the lead 8 to 7.4) later marybeth rasmussen gets the steal and passes it kori fischer.... with the foul she would make that a 3 point play. 12 to 8 cardinalsthe cardinals go on to win it 71-59.another top matchup as pierce and gacc boys got together.1. pick up action in the second quarter.. g-a-c-c's kobe slaughter with the steal and the layup.. g-a- c-c up fifteen to eleven.2. moments later..tanner ortmeier hits for the layup.. extends g-a-c-c's lead to six.. seventeen to eleven.3. right before the half.. brandon hass hits a jumper to put g-a-c-c up nineteen to eleven at the half.4. in the third quarter.. pierce's austin freeman with the drive and the layup.. he's fouled. he'd miss the free throw.. pierce still trailsby eight.5. next time down the
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bailey for jumper.. cuts the g-a-c-c lead to six.. twenty one to fifeen.pierce wins 38- point jefferson both going for their second straight scoring started. this is keesten hanks from downtown! leffler from the corner! and just like that it's 6-0 l-b.3) missed shot connor henze is there for the put back! you off the drive and dish nathan kneifl finishes. bronson gets
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3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 the temperature was 20 degrees at midnight and will continue to fall throughout the day.
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coldest day with morning temps well below zero. dangerous wind chills are possible, especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.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 upper 30s and lower 40s. 3 3 celebrities came out to honor the creator of saturday night
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showed which superstar will kick off monday's big show. suzanne marques has your eye on entertainment. 3 trt 1:32 (pkg script: )taylor swift will be the opening act on monday's grammy awards... and the music industry warmed up for the big show at an event celebrating the legendary producer rick rubin. the recording academy honored him for creative excellence and ongoing support for the industry. (sot - lana del rey) i had fun with rick. i was really looking forward to working with him when i did. yeah, he's just magical. (bridge) rubin has worked with a long list of stars from adele to the dixie chicks to the red hot chili peppers. he's picked up 8 grammys along the way you can see the grammy show live february 15th, on cbs.--the man who brought saturday night live to the airwaves was the guest of honor in new york. lincoln center for the performing arts honored producer lorne michaels at an event to support future performances. -- the cast and crew of a ground- breaking show arrived on broadway. "eclipsed" is set in liberia and stars academy award winner lupita nyong'o. it features broadway's first all-female, all-black cast and creative team. (danai gurira/writer) 04.57.03 unfortunately there still aren't that many roles that allow women of african descent to show what they've got. and we've got a lot to show and to give and we're ready and pulsating with that energy and that power 11 "eclipsed" begins preview performances later this month. that's your eye on entertainment. sm, cbs
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of snow sticking around. what 3 will you do when it all melts?3 3 3 still to come... the t - s - a is making an unprecedented move to improve airport security. we'll show you what's happening at their new training academy.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather and morning news are all ahead. keep it right here on
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3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist
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3 the temperature was 20 degrees at midnight and will 3 continue to fall throughout the day.saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps well below zero. dangerous wind chills are possible, especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early next week with highs 30s and lower 40s. 3 the t - s - a is training all its new airport screeners at one centralized academy. it was created after missteps that raised doubts about the t - s - a's ability to properly screen airline passengers. c - b - s news got the first access to the training
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of the federal law enforcement training centers in (glen - co) glynco georgia. reporter kris van cleave is there with an inside look. 3 ctm script:(19:05:13 natsound/explosives - use gopro shot or h/o cam)an explosive lesson on the dangers (nat boom: 19:06:19) these soon-to-be airport screeners will be asked to help prevent. (nats - optional 19:00:44)"that is a petn based explosive" (vo:explosive range students/then checkpoint)the nearly 200 students assembled are some of the first to go through the new t-s-a training academy.((nats 180755))it's controlled chaos// it's a very difficult job((cover above cut and track with b-roll of her at explosion site)).among them 19 year old yasmine cerda. (cerda sot 18:08:05)it's a challenge. but it's a rewarding challenge. (vo - more training checkpoint or classroom)this is the first time since the agency's creation after 9/11 that the tsa has centralized training of newly hired screeners--who make between 31 and 45 thousand dollars a year.(broll from today: 021016 tsa screening b roll) previously they were trained largely on the job at the airport where they'd work.(natsound/inst ructor training at mock checkpoint)"18:43:34 do you see anything prohibited in that bag?"(checkpoint training/pat down scandal thu0364)the academy opened in january as the t-s-a tries to recover from a series of high profile embarrasments including-two officers fired passengers in denver (gfx-in) and in a damning inspector general investigation where
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potential threats in 67 out of 70 tests. (gfx-out) (natsound/neffenger)(13:18:05) "those are bad results."(vo - neffenger teaching)peter neffinger took over as administrator following that report. (neffenger sot) (13:19:16) "so what i've tried to do is refocus on the mission. i said, what is a screener's job is to ensure that something that shouldn't get past the checkpoint doesn't get past, // (kvc/neffenger exchange)(kvc 13:19:46) the ig, if they're going through checkpoints today with one of their teams trying to bring things that should be flaggedwill those things be caught?"(neffenger 13:19:59) "i think we'll catch them today. i say that- "(kvc 13:20:01) "all of them?" ((butted to))(neffenger 13:20:03) "i don't know if we catch everything. i sure hope we catch all of them((butted to))(neffenger 13:20:28) "my testing has told us that we have dramatically improved. (kvc 13:20:38) "can you ballpark for me what you're finding in your test?" (neffenger 13:20:40) "well i'd rather not say publically because again this goes to, i want this to be."(kvc 13:20:44) "are we talking about majority, the vast majority?"(neffenger 13:20:46) "the vast majority //(vo - shawn wide// students learning/training)for instructor shawn weeks freeman the success of the 54-hundred new t-s-a screeners who will be trained here this year is personal.... (vo - picture of young shawn/archival video to be fed from ny)she was a flight attendant on pan am flight 830 on august 11th, 1982 and was just a few rows away when a bomb went off on board. a 16 year old passenger died. more than a dozen others were hurt. (shawn weeks freeman)18:36:19 when i talk
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and i wasn't saved at that that threat in 1982 is today's 3 3 3 threat still3 3 3 the federal court northern district of iowa has a new judge on the bench this morning. a 1983 graduate of sioux city west high school.yesterday afternoon the u - s senate voted to confirm president obama's nomination of judge leonard strand to
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court.strand was nominated in july 20 - 15 to replace judge mark bennett... who's assuming senior status.since 20 - 12 strand has been a magistrate judge in the northern district... which is based in sioux city. 3 3 the iowa senate wants to block governor branstad's privatization of medicaid.yesterday afternoon lawmakers approved a bill to terminate the state's contracts with three managed - care organizations. three republican senators joined all 26 democrats voting for the bill... which supporters say comes after getting letters of concern from hundreds of iowans who will be impacted by the switch and not having those questions answered by the administration. leaders in the republican - controlled house say the bill is dead on arrival there. 3 3 the iowa utilities board has wrapped up its *fourth* day of hearings on the proposed bakken oil pipeline. the pipeline would run through 17 iowa counties... a few of them in northwest iowa. it's opposed by environmentali sts and property rights
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and south dakota and illinois. the company behind the project says it's gotten agreements from 80 percent of affected landowners in iowa... and it want the state to grant eminent domain rights to get the last 20 percent. 3 they call it "thrill hill." and the people who live along that dangerous sioux city street are still looking for answers. they met with city officials... trying to find ways to stop the speeders... and the accidents... that have plagued their neighborhood for years. 3 get this... since 2003 there have been at least 17 accidents on this stretch of 25th street near morgan. this accident last november killed two people when the driver of a stolen car lost control. last night people met at trimble united methodist church and talked about everything from closing that section of the road... to installing flashing warning lights and stop signs. 3 "well the feedback we received tonight is kind of give us an idea of the real problem and the severity of the problem and it's not just an issue that's been here recently,
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nature."no one came to a solution last night... but city officials will research the options and hold a followup meeting sometime in the future. 3 did you see the accident on the highway 20 bridge over the missouri river yesterday?here it is... just after 3 o'clock... a pepsi truck was going west into nebraska... it lost control on a patch of ice... hitting the outer wall on the bridge that crosses the missouri. it almost fell into the water. traffic had to be slowed down for a little bit... the driver *was* hurt. the road opened back up around four o'clock after the truck was towed away. 3 a man arrested in 20 - 14 for impersonating a sioux city police officer will spend the next few years behind bars.31 - year - old joey alberts of sioux city was sentenced to seven years in prison.he was accused of impersonating an officer and "patrolling" downtown sioux city for more than a year... 3 patting down young girls
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13.as part of a plea agreement... alberts pleaded guilty to charges of enticing a minor... indecent contact with a minor... and impersonating a public official. the 2 - year - sentences for the indecent contact and impersonating charges will be served concurrently... which will follow a 5 - year sentence for enticing a minor. 3 3 twitter is having major issues convincing wall street it's the real deal we'll take a look... next... in your c - net tech update.
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 the temperature was 20 degrees at midnight and will continue to fall throughout the day. saturday looks to be our coldest day with morning temps well below zero. dangerous
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especially in northwestern iowa. snow chances starting late saturday night continuing through sunday afternoon. it isn't out of the question to see 1-3" to close out the weekend with higher amounts in our northern counties.once the weekend is over, it looks like we will be seeing some pleasant weather for early
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lower 40s.3 3 comcast is trying to fight back against google fiber. here's your c - net tech update. 3 a turning point for twitter? and is hbo now growing too slowly? i'm jeff bakalar filling in for bridget carey. this is your cnet update. after what was mostly a
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released yesterday, twitter is having major issues convincing wall street it's the real deal. most discouraging, twitter can't grow its userbase. that number has not moved since last quarter. farhad manjoo of the new york times writes that twitter needs to reconsider what kind of company it is. maybe it's not the blockbuster silicon valley powerhouse that wall street wants it to be. perhaps it's not meant to emulate the googles and facebooks of the world. instead, twitter is more like a public utility, a newswire, a transcription of the world. manjoo doesn't say twitter can't make money, but maybe normalizing expectations is the first step in bringing the still-great service back down to earth.hbo now, the a la carte $15 a month streaming service has seen a slower than expected adoption rate. it's been a little less than a year
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analysts had projected subscriptions to be close to the 2 million mark. but in reality, about 800,000 people have signed up for the service. but on the flip side, 800,000 sign-ups is nothing to scoff at. hbo ceo richard plepler defended the numbers reminding us that hbo now was only available on apple tv for its first 3 months. also, hbo now isn't really available on as many devices as you might think, especially game consoles. it's yet to hit the ps4 or xbox one, which actually make up 20 percent of hbo go's audience. hbo still has tons of new content coming through this year, including shows from jon stewart, bill simmons and a daily news program from vice.and finally, comcast is trying to preemptively warn potential google fiber customers in atlanta to quote "not fall for the hype." in a flyer posted by a reddit user, comcast is trying to compare their internet service with google's, but as some reddit users pointed at, a lot of these bulletpoints come with signficant example, comcast's "fastest home wifi" claim leaves out the fact that anyone can simply buy a faster router with their google fiber service. also . google offers gigabit internet at $70 a month where comcast's 2gbps service goes for $300 $1000 in start-up fees. so yeah, i'd be
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for everything else head over to cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm jeff bakalar 3 there's an animal coming up on the show...who's living at the siouxland humane society right now.keep it right here.the "sunrise ray of hope" coming up next!
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3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your todd sassmann this is sgt good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on floyd and 6th st.have a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 hillary clinton and bernie sanders are turning their attention to nevada and south carolina after their sixth democratic debate. the two candidates were polite but pointed... arguing over foreign policy and the economy in milwaukee last night. the debate went into matters of race and immigration reform... as sanders and clinton keep trying to lock down the minority vote.pope francis' is taking a five - day trip to mexico. millions of people are expected to be there when the holy father celebrates mass on the country's southern and northern borders. pope francis is excpected to talk about drugs... cartel violence... and immigration
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homilies.and... the u - s... russia... and other world leaders have agreed to a temporary pause in fighting in syria to start in one week's time. the deal was reached during meetings in germany. it'll let desperately needed aid get into the areas that need them most. the ceasefire... though... does *not* apply to terrorist organizations on the ground. 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 3 if you're hitting the road this weekend, here's a look at the cheapest places to fill up in town before you go, according to gasbuddy.com. looks like regular gas is 1.37 a gallon at love's over on singing hills, 1.39 a gallon at casey's in norfolk and 1.49 a gallon at kum and go over in elk point.
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2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." hillary clinton and bernie sanders battle for the minority vote in a heated debate. attacks before tomorrow's face-off. donald trump says the pope immigration issue. we're in mexico ahead of the pontiff's visit. and controversy crashing a massive surf competition. why no women are paddling into these waves. but we begin this morning opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> the kind of criticism that we heard from senator sanders about republicans. >> that is a low blow. >> democrats square off over president obama. >> have you ever disagreed with a president? i suspect you may have. >> they'll listen to donald trump. trump. >> negotiating a hotel deal in another country is not foreign policy experience. >> we have a candidate that
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