tv Siouxland News At Sunrise CBS February 15, 2016 5:00am-7:00am CST
will be gone by mid-morning. today calls for mostly cloudy conditions and temperatures in the upper 30s. this evening into tomorrow morning there is a chance for rain/snow mix and freezing drizzle. expect breezy winds and temperatures in the upper 30s tomorrow. after that, temperatures will rise from the mid 30s to the mid 50s by the weekend.our next chance for precipitation will be thursday night into friday in the form of rain. 3 3 3 supreme court justice (ann - tone - in) antonin (scuh - lee - uh) scalia's body is being taken back to washington today. yesterday a justice of the peace said the 79 - year - old died of natural causes after he passed away during a hunting trip in texas. c - b - s news correspondent don champion is
there's already a battle going on over who should replace him. 3 (pkg) -nats- a white hearse carried the body of antonin scalia to a west texas airport sunday...bound for virginia at the request of his family. the 79-year-old supreme court justice passed away suddenly over the weekend while vacationing at this resort ranch. a county judge ruled scalia died of natural causes after consulting with his physician and sheriff's investigators: (sot cinderela guevara/ presidio county judge) "one of the things i did ask the sheriff and the marshal that was there if were there any signs of foul play? what did they say? //"absolutely not. " on sunday - flags across the country and in the nation's capital flew at half-staff in honor of the longtime justice. known for his strict conservative views - scalia was both reviled and beloved by his colleagues. in a 2008 60 minutes interview - he maintained his disagreements weren't personal: (sot scalia file) i attack ideas i don't attack people and some very good people have some very bad ideas. (standup: don champion cbs news washington, d.c.) a debate is now raging among c cdidates on the campaign trail over who president obama should nominate as scalia's successor. (sot hillary clinton/ democratic presidential candidate) the president has the right and responsibility to nominate a new supreme court justice (sot marco rubio/ nbc meet the press/ republican presidential candidate) "we cannot afford to have scalia replaced by someone like the nominees he's put there in the past." the president says he will nominate a successor "in due time." but senate majority leader, mitch mcconnell maintains any vacancy should be filled once a new president is in office. don champion cbs
3 funeral arrangements haven't been made yet. with 4 conservatives and 4 liberals in the court right now... the nominee would tip the balance. 3 several dozen people had to evacuate the "castle on the hill" apartments saturday morning... because of a couch fire!the fire started around 10 - 30 a - m in the 600 block of 13th street. sioux city firefighters... siouxland paramedics... and sioux
out. crews used ventilation machines to let smoke out of the building... and the people who were evacuating kept warm inside a city bus next to the apartments. fire offffials say the fire started in apartment 4 - 10. no one was hurt. 3 and a downtown sioux ty business had a fire scare friday afternoon.*select parts* at 5th and floyd called firefighters after one of their machines caught fire just after noon. when fire crews got there... they found some metal shavings inside a parts - cleaning machine smoldering... they used a special fire extinguisher to put that out. no one was hurt... the builng wasn't damaged... but there was some minor damage to the machine. 3 "no one was hurt, no damage to the structure. small, minor damage to the unit itself. the business owner will likely just be doing some inspections to that unit to make sure that it's operational before they put it into service."3 collins says he doesn't know
started... but thinks maybe some dust was ignited accidentally. 3 here's a scary statistic for you... almost 75 - percent of children are riding in car safety seats that might not be properly installed! that's according to the national highway traffic safety administration. so sioux city fire rescue wants to help make kids iniouxland a little safer.the department held free car seat check at a local station saturday. parents and guardians let car seat technicians inspect the inside of their cars to make sure the seats they're using are safe enough for their young ones. then they'd go through a checklist and give people tips on how to o install the seats properly. this brought more than a dozen cars in... wanting to make sure kids aren't in danger on the road. 3 "we want to make sure that the children coming in here are safe. it's a great experience, we are educating parents on the proper usage of the child safety seats. so it's a great outreach to the community and
important." you missed this event t is weekendnd. go ahead and call fire rescue at (712) 279 - 6377 to schedule an appointment... or visit mercy medical center. you can get your car seat checked there... too. 3 sioux city police say a man is charged with burglary after getting caught trying to steal a car friday morning.25 - year - old sesar martinez of sioux city was arrested around 3 friday morning after police got a call from a man shopping at the floyd boulevard walmart. the man told them someone he didn't know was in his car.when he was confronted... and ordered out of the car... the man was trying to shove a piece of metal into the ignition.he ran before police got there... but he was tracked down by a k - 9 officer to trinity heights and arrested.martinez is charged with two counts of third - degree burglary and one count of criminal trespass. he's in the woodbury county jail on 10 - thousand dollars bond now.
at a lennox south dakota business... victims and survivors are remembered. siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran was ththe. 3 365 days after the devastating shooting.sioux steel company employees are stl trying to heal"and it really feels like it was yesterday."on the one year anniversary.employees gathered friday morning, to honor and remember jon richter, giving him a special send off...releasing balloons in his memory."this moment when you watch that fly away, and it was like things were kind of like leaving you. you can feel that effect. i can watch something go away, i don't have to hold on to it." it all happened on the morning of february 12th, 15..when jeffrey dezeeuw. a pro-tec truck driver, shot and killed richter, after an argument at the sioux steel office. dezeeuw shot two other victims, including 46-year-old kathy steever who survived.but richter, died from the shooting...he was 45-years-old. "you know there's a lot @of emotions going through your mind at that time. every emotion imaginable. if i'd been there, would i be here today. if i'd been there, could i have helped?"just two hours before the incident, johnny kirschner was with richter."i ran the gamut of emotion. you just can't fathom what people go through."later that day, authorities found dedeeuw's in his truck nearby the site..where they believed the gunman burned set his vehicle on fire, before killing himself.immediately in the aftermath, owner and ceo scott rysdon provided grief
employee assistance program. "who really did a great job in getting right on. people were right here after the event. they'd been with us the entire time. so i really thank them. the company has taken pro- active steps to ensure the safety of the employees..incl uding new security systems at each entrance."we alal put locks on all of our doors and 've made that all electronic key lock and that's an important addition to any business, i would recommend people do that.as co-workers try and put the past behind them, they will always remember and honor richter. "but i really mean this when i say this about jon. you could walk up and down the street and you will not find a person that will have a bad thing to say about that guy."reporting
jetske wauran, siouxland news.3 3 a popular spot where lots of people get their gas and groceries is one of the nation's hot spots for pizza. 3 casey's is now the 5th largest pizza chain the united states. the company sells 19 million pizzas a year... and 62 million ices. caseys was started almost 60 years ago... and started selling pizza in 1984.since january... the company has been offering on - line pizza ordering in all of its more than 19 - hundred
companies that out - sell caseys are pizza hut... dominos... little ceasars... and papa john's. 3 3 3 3 temperatures are continuing to warming up this morning. we will be well above freezing today, but there is a chance for a wintry mix tonight. details next. 3 3 coming up on siouxland news at sunrise... in brazil... soldiers are being deployed to inform the public about how to fight zika we'll show what else is being done to stop the spread of the disease. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
3 "weather on the ones, brought to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 any fog we have this morning will be gone by mid-morning. today calls for mostly cloudy conditions and temperatures in the upper 30s. this evening into tomorrow morning there is a chance for rain/snow mix and freezing drizzle. expect breezy winds and temperatures in the upper 30s tomorrow. 3 after that, temperatures will rise from the mid 30s to the mid 50s by the weekend.our next chance for precipitation will be thursday night into friday in the form of rain. 3
- nuh) hena daniels is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 friday was a winning day on wall street. oil prices moved higher and bank stocks were on the rebound, helping the market chalk up its first gain of the week. ///the dow close up 313 pointsthe nasdaq climbed 70 points ///voters in austin, texas will decide in may on whether uber and lyft drivers should be fingerprinted and pay 2 percent higher fees to the city. while opponents say the measure isnt necesary for the ride sharing service e others think it's a measure to protect riders. /'//nordstom will now accept returns from its discount store - nordstrom rack. that paves the way for shoppers to return items bought back at the its high end stores , or its discount outlet. despite the change, store officials are encouraging shoppers to make returns through nordstrom dot com or the original retailer. /// etch - a- sketch is drawing a new future . the ohio art company company that produced the classic toy for decades has sold it to spin master corp in toronto for an undisclosed price. the owner says the decision is bittersweet - but was done to helo ohio art's long term future.///that's your cbcb moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot
3 3 in brazil... soldiers are being deployed to inform the public how to fight zika. in the united states... president obama has asked for almost $2 billion dollars to fight the mosquito - borne illness that's been linked to birth defects. reporter jericka duncan has more on the fight against zika. 3 (track 1 )today, more than 200- thousand soldiers fanned out across brazil to explain how to stop the spread of the zika virus, that may be linked to birth defectsbrazillian president dilma ((ru-sef)) rousseff launched new campaign called "zika zero", urging people to be engaged in the fight!(28. soundbite /portuguese) brazilian president dilma rousseff:) "///we need the population engaged in the fight in the spirit of zika zero."(track 2) a similar campaign is being developed in the u.s.mosquito experts met this week --- the message was clear...spraying will not be enough. (track 3) (possible graphic) the type of mosquito that can transmitt
full of water to breed. experts are asking people to get rid of standing water in places like flower pots, bottles and containters. joe conlon is with the american mosquito control association. (joe/12:55:05) if you're not a part of the solution in keeping mosquitos out of your house you're part of the problem, indeed.(track 4)this week president obama asked for nearly 2 billion dollars from congress - not just to protect pregnant women - but to guard everyone from getting bitten and spreading the disease.(joe conlon/12:48:50) use an epa repellent. look on the label make sure it's registered to look for that epa ingredient. (track 5) (per our research department)according to state and county health departments there have been 81 cases in 21 states of people with the zika virus.the c-d-c continues to advise pregnant women to avoid travel where zika is being transmitted. spokesman tom skinner.13;39;59;02 a: the mosquitos that transmit this are here, it's just the virus is not here yet./// but when the virus gets here//it will be important for people in those areas, to take special steps to help control the mosquitos and to avoid being bitten by the mosquitos. (tag:today columbian officials announced that since the beginning of the epidemic more than 5-thousand zika cases have been reported in women who are pregnant.)
3 any fog we have this morning will 3 be gone by mid-morning.today calls for mostly cloudy conditions and temperatures in the upper 30s. this evening into tomorrow morning there is a chance for rain/snow mix and freezing drizzle. expect breezy winds and temperatures in the upper 30s tomorrow. after that, temperatures will rise from the mid 30s to the mid 50s by the weekend.our next chance for precipitation will be thursday night into
3 an undercover video of a new york city charter school teacher is raising questions about harsh treatment of young students. but the school says that video... doesn't tell the *whole* story. here's reporer demarco morgan. 3 (nats- video)"you count or you split. so count again, making sure you're counting correctly." in this video, success academy teacher charlotte dial's frustration is clear. (nats- video)dial (rips up paper) "go to the calm-down chair and sit!"she angrily 3 tears up a first grade student's work.(nats- video) dial: "there's nothing that infuriates me more than when you don't do what's on your paper."the video was taken by an assistant teacher in 20-14 and published by the new york times on friday. (nats- video) dial: "very upset and very disappointed!"(gfx- headlines) the video raises new concerns about the demands on students at the 34 success academy
(schools)the charter schools have been amongst the highest- performing on state tests in new york 7 years in a row. (ayanna legros 19;49;44;14) "i think this video is 100% a reflection of the culture at that school."former success academy teacher ayanna legros says some teachers would rip up work if it wasn't good enough. (ayanna legros 19;45;49;29) "the purpose of rip and redo in my opinion was// to cause the students to feel a level of embarrassment and not necessarily make that same mistake."dial did not comment but success academy ceo eva moskowitz says this was an isolated incident. (presser- dial crying near moskowitz - 010653)"i am not going to throw charlotte dial under the bus."(demarco & eva moskowitz exchange 16;19;45;20) moskowitz: "to smear all teachers and to represent this as the ethos of success academies, that is unfair and it is wrong" (gfx- lawsuit)last month, a group of parents filed a federal complaint against the schools. they say success academy repeatedly suspended special needs students in an attempt to push them out. (presser- parents applauding)but despite the complaint and the video, many parents continue to support the teachers, including natasha shannon. (natasha shannon- intvs cam 1 16;21;09;01) "that's just not our reality, not my reality, not my children's reality. i've never witnessed anything like that video before and i
news at sunrise.3 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 any fog we have this morning will be gone by mid-morning. today calls for mostly cloudy conditions and temperatures in the upper 30s. this evening into tomorrow morning there is a chance for rain/snow mix and freezing drizzle. expect breezy winds and temperatures in the upper 30s tomorrow. after that, temperatures will rise from the mid 30s to the mid 50s by the weekend.chance for precipitation will be
the form of rain.3 3 pope francis travels to mexico's southern border later today. he had a jam - packed sunday with an outdoor mass. reporter adriana diaz has the latest from mexico city. 3 trt:1:15 (pkg)(cheers)pope francis visited a children's hospital in mexico city where he gave 3 a sick boy medicine. (nats of pope) he asked the children to pray for him. (nats) a young girl serenaded the pope with a rendition of ave maria.
has been pope francis' hub since he arrived - from here he's taking daily trips around the country. (sot giovanni gonzalez)the visit is cool that he's here for many people (nats of chopper landing) the holy father also traveled by helicopter to ecatepec on sunday.(nats of crowd/music) there, he celebrated an outdoor mass before more than 300,000-the largest event of his six day historic visit. (nats of homily) in his homily, the pope urged mexicans to build a society with equal opportunity for all. (nats of people cheering) an estimated two million people lined his motorcade route, many waving vatican flags and balloons. (admir amazing, i'm nervous!ad: you liked his car? te gusto su carro?yz: si! pope francis travels by plane to the region of chiapas later today to meet with indigenous people. ad,
3 worried about the zika virus... mexican officials started aerial anti - mosquito spraying and house - to - house fumigation to protect the pope from the disease. 3 did you go all out for valentine's day yesterday? turns out couples aren't the only people who benefited from the lovely weekend. according to a national retail federation article published earlier this month... it's estimated americans spent almost two billion dollars on flowers for valentine's day. 3 places like petal pusher in north sioux city see their best business the week of the 14th... causing them to bring in more people to help with the volume of customers. with the classics like red roses... stuffed teddy bears... and heart shaped decorations... this business found success even though valentine's day is on a sunday. 3 "it's a little different this year because it fell on sunday, which is usually not a great thing, but we came out
year."the store didn't see too much foot traffic yesterday... mostly because people asked for flowers to be delivered to their loved ones earlier in the week while they were at work. 3 toe - tapping... fiddles... and folk. it's how dozens of people celebrated valentine's day. with some danish - american folk music. 3 "lamb, jensen and bugge" took the stage at the betty strong encounter center yesterday afternoon. kristian bugge on fiddle... dwight lamb playing a one - row accordion... and mette kathrine jensen on accordion. the award - winning band shared some afternoon midwest tour. 3 "we just love to play traditional music, and tell the stories, and people seem happy when we do it."if you're interested to learn more about the band and their tour dates... we've got a link in this story on our website... at siouxland news dot com. 3 high school students from
selected to have their art displayed at the 27th annual youth art month exhibition.more than 60 9th - through - 12th graders were awarded and recognized during the opening reception at the sioux city art center yesterday afternoon. young artists were honored for their achievement in the arts. the nation - wide event also shows off the value of art for all students... and encourages support for art programs in the siouxland. 3 "it's important that we do have kids that are learning the arts in our school because history has shown that they do develop better as adults they obviously do better in school, and so i think it's a great program. and then to recognize their accomplishments, i think they deserve that, and if you went upstairs to look at some of the art they certainly deserve to win some awards today."the exhibition will be on display until april 10th. 3 a local student council is raising money to help the susan g. komen foundation.it's called "pink out at the gym" night set up
hundred people were at saturday's event. representatives set up booths to sell pink products. the goal is to raise money and awareness for the foundation. 3 "i think it's extremely important to raise money because susan g komen is non- profit so a lot of their money going towards research and finding a cure come from donations; which comes from organizations like us. and we all know someone who who's been affected by breast cancer."all proceeds will benefit the susan g. komen foundation. 3 a sioux city non - profit group... helping disabled veterans with service dogs... just got one of its biggest donations yet. 3 partners for patriots got a 1 - hundred thousand dollar check in the mail from donald trump. it's part of the republican presidential candidate's 6 - million dollars raised for 22 veterans organizations. we caught up with the president and lead trainer of partners for patriots.
fedex delivered it and my husband is like you know you got the check and i just stared at it for a while, you know just stared at the envelope. i thought is this true and what we could do with i, it's like, such a blessing."cindy says the group hopes to use the money to help pay for a new facility to train canines. partners for patriots president martha mcminn says the money will help disabled veterans achieve a better quality of life. 3 will definitely put it to good use, it's really a jumpstart for us after three years of struggling and you know raising funds which we're really grateful for everyone who has donated it's really a 3 big, big help."if you'd like to know more about partners for patriots... there's a link in this story on our website... at siouxland news dot com. 3 there have been 52 cases of
states. two in nebraska... none in iowa or south dakota. still... local health officials say there's reason to be worried... here's siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll. 3 (nats)it's a virus thats been around for over 50 years... yet, a disease health professionals seem to have little answers for. "we don't know what makes these things just kind of take off."thought to be a mosquito-borne virus, scientists are now learning that zika virus could be passed through bodily fluids. "this virus can actually be in other types of body fluids in humans and therefore potentially transmissable through other humans that we didn't know right away."most of the time, symptoms 3 are mild... a fever, maybe a rash... and most people don't even know they are affected. but zika poses the biggest threat to the unborn... linking the virus to a birth defect called microcephaly, where infants are born with a shrunken head and incomplete brain development.more than 30 countries are battling outbreaks of the zika virus... and while there are no known cases in the area, health
concerned. (nats)should we be concerned in siouxland? "yes. yes, this is a concern for people everywhere."for now, protecting yourself is simple: no traveling to places with outbreaks, wear long sleeves and pants, and of course, lots of bug spray. in sioux city... jaclyn driscoll, news. 3 there is no cure or vaccine for the disease yet. and testing is limited. but... if you feel like you've gotten the virus... please contact your local health department. 3 gotham city has its batman...but sydney australia has "iron boy"! nine - year - old dominic... who's battling cystic fibrosis... always wanted to be a superhero. so australian
wish" group hatched a plan to make that happen. police put dominic in an iron man costume and sent him on a mission to rescue a kidnapped t - v reporter.dominic fought villains played by actors and pulled off the rescue. later he got a special honor from police. a lot celebrities sent tweets to support domenic... even robert downey junior who plays iron man in the movies. 3 3 3 3 there's a fun time coming up at the sunnybrook church in sioux city. find out about it... next... in "talk of the town." 3 "you're watching siouxland
unusual... but reporter lydia hu talked to one of the company's clients. he says the service is helping him. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows--( nathan / cuddlefix customer ) "have you ever seen that movie?"( amy mcknight / cuddlepro ) "what, this one?" what looks much like a typical afternoon cuddling on the couch is costing nathan $60 per hour.( nathan / cuddlefix customer ) "people would think it's weird, because you're paying someone to cuddle with you. i mean it's not really a mainstream activity, i guess you could say."this is a new business recently launched in birmingham called cuddlefix. amy is one of the cuddlepros, and she cuddles with clients at her home or theirs on a couch or in a bed.( amy mcknight / cuddlepro ) "we are fully clothed. there is no sex. there is no kissing."amy says many of her clients need a friend to talk with, a shoulder to cry on, or a person to laugh with.( amy mcknight / cuddlepro ) "actually, i've had several clients that hadn't touched anyone in years and instantly just broke down in tears."she says all of her clients are men, and that's only because no women have requested her services.she also adds many are successful professionals -- some even married.( amy mcknight / cuddlepro ) "they actually don't want to cheat. they don't want to break up their families. they love their wives, they love their children, but they are missing something."nathan says he's transitioning out of a
a new life being single.( nathan / cuddlefix customer ) "...but i'm just one guy that... i come in here to solve my issues of loneliness and i guess some depression." he says the intimacy of touching is what makes him feel better......but according to researchers, there is therapeutic value to touch through massage, but little data showing simple touch through cuddling has therapeutic value.( tiffany field / researcher, university of miami ) "i think it would be important, if this is becoming a popular kind of therapy, to research it."( tiffany field / researcher, university of miami ) "i would hypothesize it might be similar to receiving massage." ...and for those that do see amy...( amy mcknight / cuddlepro ) "they feel lighter. they feel cared for, nurtured, loved -- like we all want to be." 3 "weather on the ones brought
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the mid 30s to 3 the mid 50s by the weekend.our next chance for precipitation will be thursday night into friday in the form of rain. 3 3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...people stripped down to their underwear and ran through minneapolis this weekend for a good cause. the 4th annual cupid's undie run was saturday afternoon.the run lasted for
raises money for the children's tumor foundation. 3 3 coming up in your 6 o'clock hour... children at a virginia elementary school got quite the homework assignment... build a satellite and get it into space. we'll show you when their hard work will pay off.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.keep it right here on siouxland news at
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 west 4th st and west 19th.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 the body of late supreme court justice (ann - tone - in)
scalia is back in washington today. yesterday a justice of the peace determined the 79 - year - old died of natural causes after he passed away during a hunting trip in texas. there's a debate going on now over whether president obama or the next president should nominate a successor.pope francis is still on his historic trip to mexico. he'll visit its southern border today. sunday the pope celebrated an outdoor mass in one of mexico's most dangerous towns... warning the faithful about the dangers of wealth. the pope also visited a children's hospital in mexico city.and the music world celebrates some of its biggest names tonight at the 58th annual grammy awards. rapper kendrick lamar leads the pack with 11 nominations... while taylor swift and the weeknd both earned seven. the star - studded event airs tonight on c - b - s. 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
you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".ahead on cbs this morning, we'll look at supreme court justice scalia's legacy and the fight over who may replace him. plus- one of my conversations with the justice. and attorney david boies is here. he argued major cases in front of justice scalia, including bush- v- gore. the news is back in the morning. see you at seven.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 any fog we have this morning will be gone by mid-morning. today calls for mostly cloudy
the upper 30s. this evening into tomorrow morning there is a chance for rain/snow mix and freezing drizzle. expect breezy winds and teeratures in the upper 30s tomorrow. after that, temperatures will rise from the mid 30s to the mid 50s by the weekend.our next chance for precipitation will be thursday night into friday in the form of rain. 3 3 3 on tuesday... president obama submitted his eighth... and last... budget proposal to congress. at 4 - point - 1 trillion dollars... it's the largest of his administration... or any administration... ever. republicans in congress have already said it's dead on arrival. reporter sharyl
3 "these are proposals reflected in the budget that work for us and not against us. it adheres to last year's bipartisan budget agreement, it drives down the deficit, :26 it includes smart savings on healthcare, immigration, and president's "smart savings," his final spending plan would drive up the debt from the current $19 trillion dollars to $27.4 trillion over the next decade. that's according to the office of management and budget. with his proposal, president obama will leave office having never proposed a budget that balances. some of the new spending in the record 4.1 trillion dollar plan includes: - 7-point-5 billion dollars to fight isis - a 50 percent increase over the current budget- 1-point-8 billion to fight the mosquito- spread zika virus- 12-point-2 billion for food aid programs- and 4 billion dollars to expand computer science
republican-controlled congress has already made it clear it's not planning to write a check to cover the president's spending plan. house speaker paul ryan labeled it "a progressive manual for growing the federal government."(rep. paul ryan/(r) house speaker) "the way we hold the obama administration accountable is controlling their budget. :06 and that's why having the power of the purse and a functioning appropriations process serves that goal. and that's why i'm confident we'll figure this out." on the income side, the budget calls for eliminating tax breaks for the wealthy, imposing new fees on the largest banks and a 10 dollar a barrel tax on crude oil. overall the budget would increase taxes by 2-point-6 trillion dollars over the coming decadea&even as it drives up the debthow much the us owesas counted in the us national debt clock website. it also drives up the federal deficithow much more the us is spending than it actually has.3 3 several dozen people had to evacuate the "castle on the hill" apartments saturday
couch fire!the fire started around 10 - 30 a - m in the 600 block of 13th street. sioux city firefighters... siouxland paramedics... and sioux city police were there helping out. crews used ventilation machines to let smoke out of the building... and the people who were evacuating kept warm inside a city bus next to the apartments. fire officials say the fire started in apartment 4 - 10. no one was hurt. 3 and a downtown sioux city business had a fire scare friday afternoon.*select parts* at 5th and floyd called firefighters after one of their machines caught fire just after noon. when fire crews got there... they found some metal shavings inside a parts - cleaning machine smoldering... they used a special fire extinguisher to put thatatout. no one was hurt... . thth building wasn't damaged... but there was some minor damage to the machine. 3 "no one was hurt, no damage to the structure. small, minor damage to the unit itself. the business owner will likely just be doing some inspections
it's operational before they put it into rvice."collins sasa he doesn't know exactly why the smoldering started... but thinks maybe some dust was ignited accidentally. 3 sioux city police say a man is charged with burglary after getting caught trying to steal a car friday morning.25 - year - old sesar martinez of sioux city was arrested around 3 friday morning after police got a call from a man shopping at the floyd boulevard walmart. the man told them someone he didn't know was in his car.when he was confronted... and ordered out of the car... the man was trying to shove a piece of metal into the ignition.he ran before police got there... but he was tracked down by a k - 9 officer to trinity heights and arrested.martinez is charged with two counts of third - degree burglary and one count of criminal trespass. he's in the woodbury county jail on 10 - thousand dollars bond now. 3 aspiring engineers and
the all high school stem clubs first tech - challenge.as part of the northwest iowa regional championship... all high school stem clubs were part of the challenge in robotics. this happened at western iowa tech community college. each team created robots to finish various tasks... like maneuvering plastic balls and pegs... and using a hook to lift the robot off f e ground. teams earn points based on the difficulty of each task. last year's challenge had 20 teams... this year... there were 28. 3 "this give students a chance to some hands-on engendering, some design, some teambuilding. it's not just about the robots, although they get to learn a lot about robots, and programming. which tomorrows workforce is needed in almost every career field "april tidwell l lls us... thanks to support from the science... technology... engineering. and mathematics council... quite a few teams will be able to apply for grants to help with the cost of making a robot.
elementary school got quite the homework assignment... build a *satellite* and get it into space. nasasaays they've bebeme the first elementary school to successfully bubud *and* *launch* a satellite. as reporter mark albert tells us... the final part of the mission is just weeks away... to see if the tiny spacecraft actually works. 3 joe pellegrino/nas1:05mark albert, cbs news, arlington, va - 1:06-1:14rebecca el choueiry/eight-grade student - 1:22-1:26 script:(pkg)(track 1) tucked in the back of the library at st. thomas more cathedral school library is mission control.(nat/ felix pellegrino/fifth-grade student) (track 2)the students in arlington, virginia, now have a *satellite* in space... and they made it themselves. (nat/launch)(supplyspacecr aftlaunchestothespacestation. mp4)(track 3)it launched into outer space on a rocket in december... and is now aboard the international space station.(nat/joe) (track 3)(show stills of inside of satellite)the tiny object - known as a "cube sat" for its size and shape - is just big enough to hold a camera.if it works, it will beam back imes of earth every 30 seconds for up to a year.(sot/felix)(felel pellegrino/fifth-grade studede)
on board.(nat/dad)(joe pointing to space station airlock on monitor)(track 4 cont)joe pellegrino thinks the project will inspire students to explore the final frontier.. (sot/dad)(joe pellegrino/nasa engineer) (standup/mark)[duration:0:09] (mark albert/cbs news/arlington , virginia)(track 5) the students are now waiting for the satellite to be deployed from the space station n xt month totoind out if the camera w wks. (sot/rebecca)(rebecca el chcheiry/eight-grade student) (track 5)it's a lesson that stretches these students' imagination into the far reaches of the universe. mark albert, cbs news, arlington, virginia. 3 we don't have a date yet for when the satellite will actually be satellite will when the a date yet for we don'n'have 3 virginia.3 3 we don't have a date yet for
actually be deployed. any school can buy the equipment needed to download the satellite's pictures directly from space for about 200 dollars. the software translates radio signals into images. it's the same technology used by the apollo missions to send back pictures half a century ago. tran30 joe thinks the project will inspire studentss. building a satellite doesn't come cheap. cost $50,000 and 7gthey school and students had to raise every penny. the students are waiting for the satellite to be deployed find out if the camera works. >> we did it. webv accomplished something big. >>reporter: this stretches their imagination into the far
>d we don't have a day for the satellite will be deployed.9 the same technology use by the apollo missionsp haha-century ago. couples and latvia have taken to the air to tie the knot and what they hope is a world record for the number of simultaneous records and hot air balloons. 50 couples and 30 bluesd-30 plans rose into the sky dragon love. it was snowing at the time and0x
>> you are way too happy. >> you have to live in it up,(k otherwise it's horrible. >> its way too early.>> you need an arby's hat. >> it's monday, you can tell. >> for sure. at least it'sgoing to be warmer during the day.w >> you cannot be unhappy because we were almost get up to 400 today. >> i heard 55 b+ zt)*r"ay. >>we are looking at a wintry mix tonight and rain thursday night and friday is warm uqair comes out that we will get into the 50s so you can't really complain.v! >> it's going to melted down today and we will have a nice frank later tonight, right?>>
>> very cool. >>ou remember the stories a *c few months ago about bad kids? -i think ?@that kid? now in sydney australia, they have iron boy. it's pretty similar. he is nine years old and his name is dominic and he is battling cystic fibrosis. he always wanted to be a superhero. so they dressed him up as ironman and they had some actors play the limited he got to say the tv news reporter from the bad guys. >> i heard the real ironman sent him a message.0d* >> you did. that's cool. >> what's up little kid would think that was the coolest thing ever? so that's pretty awesome. wf
>> i did see it this )kzweekend and they were parents that brought kids. >> it's nonoa kids movie. >> i took my 13-year-old and 17- year-old.>> my 13-year-old i was okay but my 17-year-old, there were some spots.>> it's not a kids movie.lq smith there are five-year-old that this movie. certificates breaking a ton of recocos. it's fantastic.g@k >> did you like it? >> i like it. it wasn't the best movie i have ever seen.>> are like ryan reynolds.uh >> i cannot think of anybody else who could play that part.>> , bill cosby, maybe. >> it would be a much different movie. >> it woul/d make thingss a whole
>> before this gets too far, [laughter] some equity will see you later, moose. --we will see you later, moose. o9jmmf we're looking at some warm temperatures throughout the day today but that's what's creating some fog. lewis and clark specialty camera, you can see dense fog out there this morning because of warm temperatures. we are getting the southerly flow with some warm moist air into the area but if you look to the west, you cananee that we will see some _d'earing throughout the day today but very dense fog right now. zero visibility. you can see if you are driving soub if you are leaving the house you want to take it easy on the
30 here in sioux city and 25 and spencer and 25 in lamama weweill see those temperaturur rise a awe go throughout the morning but over e next 48 hours cover but tonight, that will start to increase the cloud cover and we will see this wintry mix in the form of rain and as those )temperatures cool off. we could see that switch over. these areas in the eastern half really expect to snow over 7v and freezing rain ain so keep that in mind for your drive to work tomorrowcc=bl0?z and as we head into tomorrow night, the clouds will stick with us and have a chance qoor some flurries but nothing too bad, and we will see those temperatures continue to warm up. but if you look at our snow accumulations s r tonight. you can expect more snow possible. don't expect much at all. but there is a possibility anywhere from a trace i>_to 2
east in our viewing area. not too bad out there this morning. not as bad as last week. much warmer today. 390 and we will see winds pick up into tonight. wendy conditions with a wintry mix possible. 33 and two tomorrow. gusts of 25 miles an hour and 37 for a hybrid breezy. when we s get through all of this nasty stuff we will see some beautiful temperatures heading into friday and saturday. systemic you can expect presidential candidates to make a lot of clams on wz'ithe cacaaign ail but some just might ot be true. reporters are supposed to make sure the facts are there but this campaign has seen a growing number of political fact checkers who are expected to explain how they check what candidates say. mark albert takes a look.=, >>reporter: the winter of 2016
blizzard . >> i can go to washington and fix the mess. >>reporter: a flurry of promises and pledges. >> my pledge to raise incomes are not >>reporter: xes. cc>> the $cwpp+unemployment rate is 20% and 30% of the highest is 42%.>> one family's spending 7z more money than the democratic party or the republican party. >>reporter: one-liners can the nauseating as the candidates try to control and convince voters. >> we have seen that obama has been the biggest job hmkiller in the country. >> patty you know what's true ananwhat is not?k glenn kessler tries to cut througp the facts. >> i write the fact checker column for the washington post.
>> better than ever.h+ >> that is not so good for democracy. >> it's good for journalism. >>reporter: %&mx kessleleand d michelle w wassign pinocchio's but cjkessler doesn't type the letter l word. >> i z zpnever type the word lie. >> pitches did say false, dubious, wildly inflated, deep thoughts, mischaracterered, bizarre, inaccurate anan misleading. >> i plead guilty to using those words. >>reporter: no ,"party was spared and 2015. donald trump earned the most pinocchio's. he wrote frankly, it's nono interesting to fact check the
easily debunked. >> i saw pf[people getting together a fairly large numbers celebrating as the world trade center was coming down. >>reporter: also on the list of the biggest pinocchio's of 2015 was obama. >> keystone bypasses the united states. >>reporter: 93politicians are paying attention. >> meet in fact chececrs are liberal journals. >>reporter: the staff even try to negotiate a better rating for some just blank. >> i got calls from sen. rob portman and sen. amy club which are----i got calls from sen. rob portman. >>reporter: 80 fact checkg sites span the us and the
lab . this helped launch an archive of political tv ads waiting to be vetted. the pulitzer prize-winning political fact.com has its own rating, pants on dfire and the politico has its wrong meter. >> we don't have a rating system. we tell readers. this is misleading and this is why.xru(a >>reporter: robin farley is the deputy managing email@example.com. >> forgetting voters the best information [they can get paid we want them to be armed. when they go into the ballot box with theheacts. >>reporter: this group has a team of six staffers. on this day we found #them, fact checking a6z+j ted cruz tv ad. >> it's not true. so i'm trying to piece together the information i need to show this is what happened. analysis.
will be gone by mid-morning. today calls for mostly cloudy conditions and temperatures in the upper 30s. this evening into tomorrow morning there is a chance for rain/snow mix and freezing drizzle. expect breezy winds and temperures in the upper 30s tomorrow. after that, , temperatures will rise from the mid 30s to the d 50s by the weekend.our nextchance for precitation wille thursday night jnto friday in the form of rain. good morning. siouxland where looking at some fog in some of it is pretty @h dance. if you look rrat our lewis and clarke camera, you can see the fog and if you're looking at the house, you might want to take it easy. 300 right here in sioux city
we are going to see some clouds and fog move out as we head to o the next few hours and we will see soso clearing. but these 9r3ie clouds are goingto return. so here's what she can expect. morning fog and son in the next few hours so as we look at tonight we have the possibility of a wintry mix. if you live on the eastern half expect more snow and if you live in the e 2xlass the rara will be prevalent but we are looking at barely any snow accumulation but up to 2 inches in the far east of our viewing area. if you look at our extended forecast we have some good news for you. but that comes ]ein on friday and saturday. temperatures in the middle 50s. the excitement over the grammy awards is growing as the best singers and musicians are ready to take the stage.
unique collaborations and stiff competition but this year's grammys also promised to stir up a lot of emotions. we are going to go [inside the staples center intzzvsn.] los angeles. >>reporter: pitbull will rock the stage with the diverse matchup of musicians. slackware up there with cvjoe perry and aerosmith. >>reporter: different artists from genres andc]d generations. and the first time artist like norma day. they will rock in a do it. =e >>reporter: this year's grammys are different. they will be filled with stirring tributes to honor the long list of music legend to have died recently. the album of "the year contender chris stapleton will lead apfpq
raitt will also perform. >> is the greatest. he has had more influence than anyone i can think of. >>reporter: lady gaga's honoring david the y it will be the greatest of tonight's performances. nile rodgers put(l4ether the tribute.nn4[ >> this is personal. it feels like a wonderful way to say goodbye. v; >>reporter: the mega spotlights may belong to taylor smith, who is up for seven grammys and taylor lamaar is up for%tl 11 grammys. : friday, natalie cole, % earth wind and fire maurice white in stone temple pilots among other artists who will be remembered. the grammy show is right here
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happy uf9imonday morning to you. siouxland. thanks for waking up with us. how bad is that fog out there? >> not too bad but in southeastern south k@dakota. it is bad with zero visibility. that will continue for the next hour. if you look at our lewis and clark specialty camera. you can see that fog out there.l7 ;!_w our cameras, not far from that building but if you look at our satellite you can see we have cloud cover and fog over the area but we have some clearing out to the west and that will make its way into the area as we had throughout the day a quarter of a mile of visibility.n e if you are leaving the house it might be rough on your drive into work. oq4jdtqynot too bad. everywhere just a little bit of fog.
until 8 am. patchy fog andnd2 by lunchtime, partly cloudy and 37 by dinnertime. , what do you get free five- year-old who has nothing how about the gift of a lifetime times 26? it happened to a special group of california kindergartners thanks to a donation. they will never forget. >>reporter: 2 ,(5-2 is a far cry from advanced calculus but this elementary school puts a big emphasis on college evening kindergarten.o[ >> it's not too young for them to start now >>reporter: the cost of tuition makes that dream elusive for each of these kids would be the first in their 7cpfamily to attend college. long time of volunteers. they +m-] have donated p pnty of school supplies and sweatshirts. buburecently marty had an announcement to make.>> i was
pencils or something and he offers a game changefor their life.^ >>reporter: a game changer for marty as well. a lifelong sailor who got married at sea, he was going to buy a 40 foot dreamboat to retire on until a sunday church sermon on charity made him think twice. prior to that sermon. you have every intention of selling off into the sunset.>> that's right.g >>reporter: something bigger came along. >> he said i'm going to pay for your college tuition.t >> we came up with $1,182,000. >>reporter: will you have to postpone your retirement? >> hopefully n n. but i i epared to. reporter: the money y goes into a trust. the lung condition is the student has to summon a picture or an essay every year. >> i want them to visualize
like as a college graduate. roadblock it infuses themem this is s t just iqa pipe dream anymore. >>reporter: forbearance like maria alvarez, >> from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much. >> you just literally changed his-i for their future and their parents future. >> we will have a big graduation party for all of them.\\ >>repoy3',%their future is secure. evenenk/o#before first gradede did you go all out for valentine's day yesterday? couples were not the only people xfthat benefited from the it's estimated americans spend
for valentine's day.` places like the pedal pusher in best business causing them to bring in more people to help with a volume of customers with classics like red roses and stuffed teddy bears and heart- shaped decorations, this business found success even though valentine's day is on a sunday. >> it's different this year because ]--it fell on a sunday, which is not a great thing but we came out okay. it was a good year. student the store did not see a lot of foot xtraffic becaus people wanted their e flowers to be delivered earlier in the week while they were at work. toetapping is how people celebrated yesterday with some danish american folk music.l2 taking the stage yesterd at the betty strong encounter center yesterday afternoon.
up some entertainment as part of their midwest tour. >> we love to play traditionon music c d tell tories and people seem happy when we do it. if you are interested in learning about the band and their tour dates. we have a link on our website at siouxland news art displayed for the youth art exhibition. 69k] 12th-graders wertfs@awarded and recognize during the opening rereption yesterday afternoooofor young artists wererewarded for their achievements in the arts and this also shs the value of art for all students and encourages support for programs and the siouxland area. >> history has shown they do develop better as adults and they do tter in school.
and to recognize it. i think they deserve it. if you look at some of their art. they certainly deserve to ]7win some awards today.-cv4 so make a local student council is raising money for the susan g, foundation. it is called pink out at the gym night. products. it gles to 0raise money and vq awareness for the foundation. >> is important to raise money because this is a nonprofit and a lot of the money going towards research and finding a cure comes from donations. it comes from organizations like i said, we know someone who has been affected by breast cancer. >> . all proceeds will benefit the susan g, foundation. secon>nonprofit group he disabled veterans and service dogs. one of the biggest lping ovations
$100,000 check in the mail from donald trump is part of the candidates $6 million raised for 22 veterans organizations. we caught up th the president and lead trainer of partners for patrons. >> i can hardly speak. fedex delivered itn and my husband was light, we got the check in. i just stared at it for a is this true? and what we can do with it is such a blessing. >> the group hopes to use the money to pay for a new facility to train canines. the money will help disabled veterans achieve a better quality of life.
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we are 19 and sheldon and 28 inin north fork. the good news is we will see some son as we had throughout the day today with partly cloudy skies and tonight we will see a wintry mix switching over to a rain and snow mix with some freezing drizzle. there is quite a bit of snow out to the eastern half of sisixland. we will see those clouds stick around and as we head into wednesday morningc2+l. we're going to see partly cloudy skies start to show up on the map that we are looking at nothing to a trace to 2 inches, you will have longer time in the snow but if you are e on your way to the bus s stop it's not too bad.
today we are going to get up to 39 and the morning fog will turn into partly cloudy skies and a wintry mix is possible tonight and we will see wind gusts to 40 miles an hour.#@ blowing snow is a possibility but we a 4erstay warm and 37. when we get past that nastiness we're looking at some beautiful temperatures as we head into the weekend. teenage boys deprived of deep sleep are high risk for diabetes. according to resesrchers at pennsylvania state they found that adolescent boys who did not get the most stressful stage of sleep are likely to z#evelop insulin resistance. ip the same did not hold true for girls. women with high blood pressure physically demanding jobs are more likely to develop heart disease. thus the finanan eeopean
nurses. nurses who did, a lot of lifting and carrying was hypertension tripled the risk of heart problems. doctors in british columbia say air pollution is the highest risk factor for death around the world. 5 1/2 million people dieded prematurury every year frfr air pollution. is one of the few certainties in life, we all get older. m here are some tips to stay healthy as we age.q >>reporter: as we age. we become more susceptible to diseases. >> things become difficult as far as staying as healthy as we like. the weight comes on, we exercise more. metabolism slows down.n. >>reporter: we must play an active role in our health by going to regular checkups.]k >> when you go to the doctor take a list with you of what you need to cover.
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journal, google is working on a new virtual reality headset that would be self contained. that means it would not be tied to a phone or a computer. the headset itself would house its own outward-facing cameras, processor and hhe its own screen. is is a different approach compared to facebook's oculus rift device which powered by a hefty computer. the report says we may see google's new vr headset as early as may during google's i/o conference. the journal's sources also say google is reworking android to handle virtual reality devices ""in actual reality news, researchers announced they have detected gravitational waves for the fifit time. gravitational waves were theorized einstein+s theory of general relativity. so what are these gravitational waves? they are the byproduct of good morning it is 28 outside.s*)u here's a live ok
that mystery dog is. here's your tech update. >>reporter: googles next app might ditch the phone. we are making a> scene that update.u -i think we are making that update. google is workininon a virtual reality hdmheadset that uld be self-contained, but it would nonobe tied to a phone or computer. it would house its own outward facing cameras processor and have its own screen. this vis a different approach compared to a device. it is powered by a@ heavy computer. we may see the headset as early as may during googlele confnfence. also, google is reworkinin android to handle virtual- reality devices. researchers announced they have to check to gravita.g2'jj* waves for the first time. they were theorized by the theory of drelativity.
there the byproduct of black holes come lighting. --colliding.l the actual collision happened. 1.3 billion years ago and billions of light-years fro earth. the waves were detected in september 2015 by a wave conservatory. findings were published in a journal and this is the first time black holes were observed. why is this a big deal? with gravitational waves. we expect eventually to see the big bang itself. from amazing to amusing, there is a new microsoft garage project that recognizes dogs using artificial intelligence. you can upload #ja picture to their website. it has a bunch of photos of dogs and sc00you can download aa app called the fact that if you cannot figure out the dog breed. it will show you a percentage
it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. 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 west 4th st and west 19th.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 3 3 the body of late supreme court justice (ann - tone - in) antonin (scuh - lee - uh) scalia is back in washington today. yesterday a justice of the peace determined the 79 - year - old died of natural caes after he passed away during a hunting trip in texas. there's a debate going on now over whether president obama or the next president
getting a live look at more focused. --gettina live look with our camera. we will see some son at lunchtime. clouds will come back. good morning m siouxland traffic to go. officers will be running radar. have a safe drive to work and school this morning. here's a look at your news to go. the body of supreme courtddd cbs14 is back in washington. yesterday he died of natural causes after he passed away on a hunting trip in texas. there is a debate going on. if obama or the next president
(on historic trip to mexico. sunday he celebrated an outdoor basso one of mexico's most dangerous town._dz" the pope also visited a children's hospital in mexico city. some of the music justice antonin scalia's death triggers a battle over his replacement. donald trump has a commanding lead in south carolina, but formeme president george w. bush h hs the trail today hoping to give his brother a boost. plus the grammys are getting political. what to expect on music's
but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds.r." your world in 90 seconds. >> simply, i cannot think what i could do for an encore. i cannot think of any other job that i would find asnteresting and as satisfying. >> remember justice antonin scalia. >> he died of natural causes on saturday. >> his body arrived in virginia late saturday night. if the democrats want to replace the nominee they need to win the election. >> the idea the republicans want to deny the president his basic nstitutional right is beyond my com prehengs. >> i am sick and tired of him going after my family. >> an interesting debate for most everyone tos. >> a cold front and add to that a winter storm.