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3 good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning. 3 look for patchy fog to develop this morning which could stick k us who see it for a good bit of the morning.mostly cloudy skies for most today with temperatures once again in the mid to upper 30s. winds are expected to stay light out of the southeast most of the day. lingering clouds will hang on through thursday morning
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of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs on thursday should bump up to around 50 degrees.on friday look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the southwest could reach the lower 60s with windy conditions. the weekend looks very good. so get t there
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3 a home security company opens the door to a new partnership... marlie hall is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 home security services 3 company a-d-t will be purchased by apollo global management for 6-point-9 billion dollars.a-d-t's board approved the acquisition and is expected to close the deal
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percent.///wall street 3 rallied after a 3 three day holiday weekend.the dow gained 222 points tuesday. the nasdaq added 98///proposed new rules by the agriculture department would force retailers that accept food stamps to stock healthier options.it's a move designed to ensure that people who use the government benefit have access to better foods.the rules would require stores to carry at least 168 items that the u-s-d-a considers healthy. ///new recommendations are out for parents shopping for their teenager's first car.according to the insurance institute for highway safety, vehicles for these new drivers should be boring and slow. the company says the best mid-size car for teens is the 2012 ford fusion. and the best large car is the 2012 buick regal.///that's your money watch. for more log on to cbs money watch dot com. in new york im marlie hall. 3
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nino with heavy rain... but in southern and eastern africa... it's causing a terrible drought right now. the united nations says millions of children are at risk of starving to death. reporter debora patta is in one of the nations suffering the most. 3
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normally i wouldn't be able to stand here as i would be waist high in water - instead this riverbed is bone dryun humantarian co-ordinator yolanda dasgupta is worried at what's ahead.sot: (yolanda dasgupta,) the rainfall has been delayed to an extent that people haven't been able to plant the crops that they need to survive - we are looking at people not having enough to eat at least until 2017.(lots of nat sound of pots boiling and preparations happening) at school, makara's grandchildren get their one meal of the day -- a bowl of watery porridge and some corn. (nat sound of kids in classrooms)but as the country's grain supplies run out - schools are worried they will have to stop their feeding schemes. water is a concern too. lesotho's government trucks deliver water to the villages. but its not enough -- a nearby dam has only two weeks supply left before it too runs dry. at home, makara manages to scrounge a few unripe peaches for the younger children. and later when their brothers and sisters return she rests for the first time. there is no supper once again - sot: if i can just give them food and
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will be 3 fine. 3 3 3 after the break... el nino was supposed to bring relief to california... but the rains haven't come in a while. we'll show you why a big el nino might mean more harm than good. 3 our temperatures have stalled out this morning. we won't get too much cooler as we go throughout the morning. 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 look for patchy fog to develop this morning which could stick with those of us who see it for a good bit of the morning. mostly cloudy skies for most today with temperatures once again in the mid to upper 30s. winds are expected to stay light out of the southeast most of the day.lingering clouds will hang on through thursday morning clearing just a bit by the end of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs on thursday should bump up to around 50 degrees.on friday look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the southwest could reach the lower 60s with windy conditions. the weekend
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3 el nino was supposed to *drench* california... bring some relief from this drought... but it's been more than two weeks now since the state has seen a drop of rain... and temperatures are in the 90s. reporter ben tracy is in a thirsty southern california. 3 (nats) beach scene(narr 1) this is winter on the west coast. with temperatures running 15 to 25 degrees above normal...it looks and feels more like july than february. (sot mos 01;00;33;26) "it is so hot outside. its crazy//we are just kind of embracing it and going with it." (nats) el nino storms(narr 2) californians were expecting *this*...non-stop rainstorms fueled by one of the largest el nino's on record. but after heavy rain last month...southe rn california is on a hot and dry streak...it's been 16 days since a drop of rain fell in los angeles. (sot bill patzert) you are disappointed because it's not raining in
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nasa climatoligist bill patzert famously called (grx in) this massive band of warm water in the pacific ocean a "godzilla" el nino (grx out) predicted to drench drought ravaged california.(sot 17:40) bt: is this godzilla more bark than bite? bp: this el nino is immense//it has had a powerful impact in the last six months in five continents and even this winter all the volatile weather we've had across the united states has the fingerprint of el nino (tighten pauses in bite and cover with wild winter weather: snow, tornadoes, etc) (narr 4) (grx in) turns out the el nino is *so big* it shifted the jet stream further north...allowing storms to batter northern california and the pacific northwest. (grx out). (drone video) rain soaked cliffs near san francisco have been dropping into the ocean. but these northern storms are also dramatically boosting california's snowpack...now the deepest it's been in more than a decade. (source: dwr snowpack survey) (reservoir fly-over video) spring snowmelt will help fill the state's depleted reservoirs and provide 30% of
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3 3 still to come... pope francis celebrated mass in a violence stricken part of mexico. we'll show you where he's headed next. you're watching siouxland news
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3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your 3 morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor.3 3 look for patchy fog to develop this morning which could stick with those of us who see it for a good bit of the morning. mostly cloudy skies for most today with temperatures once again in the mid to upper 30s. winds are expected to stay light out of the southeast most of the day.lingering clouds will hang on through thursday morning clearing just
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with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs on thursday should bump up to around 50 degrees.on friday look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the southwest could reach the lower 60s with windy conditions. the weekend looks very good. so get out there and enjoy it.3 3 pope francis will become the first pope to visit the u - s - mexican border. people on both sides have spent the past two months getting ready for the holy father's historic visit. reporter adriana diaz is in mexico city. 3 trt 1:23pkgpope francis will celebrate mass before hundreds of thousands in juarez later today, about fifty yards from the border with el paso texas. (bishop oscar cantu/las cruces, nm) the plan is after mass he will walk up to the fence to offer a personal prayer to migrants. tuesday the pope told 45 thousand young people in morelia they are the "wealth" of the futureand urged them to avoid
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prolific drug trade. (nat up es dificil sentir la riquesa cuando ( perdida de amigos, o de familiares en manos de narco trafico, drogas, criminales que .. terror)the pope said he knows its hard for youth to feel valued when they've lost so many loved ones to drug violence reminiscent of a rock concert, one person shouted "we love you pope francis"nat - "te amamos papa francisco!!" pope - gracias(bridge - adriana diaz / mexico city) but not everyone is happy that the pope is here, some call the visit a diversion. ad: how many ppl do you think are unhappy with the pope here, 10 percent, 20 percent?sot: giovanni gonzalez: no i think a little bit more, like 40, 45, they think that the money should be in other areasthe hashtag # i dont want the pope to come, has appeared on twitter. this person said the estimated 10 million dollars being spent should go to education, health, and employment.but millions of others disagree - and have
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turn. adriana diaz 3 cbs news mexico city. 3 for all those who can't make it to juarez for the mass... there'll be a simulcast at a stadium on the u - s side of the border. 3 3 a plan to raise the speed limit on iowa's interstates to 75 miles per hour is moving ahead in the state legislature.a house transportation subcomittee approved that bill... advancing it to the full committee. a separate bill being considered would raise speed limits on *rural* highways. it's been 11 years since the last speed limit increase... to 70 miles an hour back in '05. a move to raise the limit to *80* miles per hour last year died in the legislature. 3 empowerment and education were on the agenda for women in siouxland yesterday.iowa women lead change held their second annual siouxland women's leadership conference yesterday morning at the marina inn in south sioux city. this year's
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people there... that includes 150 college students. organizers say the goal is to give women of all ages and backgrounds a chance to exchange ideas. 3 "well the reason that its important for women to come to conference like this is because they can leave motivated, educated, and ready to go out and make changes in their world."(sue - grrr - uh) segura says the hope is to grow the event next year... move into an even bigger venue. 3 iowa's lieutenant governor made her way around siouxland yesterday.lieutenant governor kim reynolds was at loess hills elementary and morningside elementary school to see how those schools have implemented governor brandstad's stem initiative. stem... which stands for science... technology... engineering... and math education... gives kids the chance to use computers for a lot of different subjects. ms. reynolds says sioux city is doing a great job with the initiative.
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it up here. i'm just so impressed with what i've seen, the level that they're implementing stem initiatives, the different schools that they're putting in place but the after school programs. i mean, my gosh, they're doing 3d printing, they're doing cadding, they're doing coding, they're building robots. i mean all of those are such great skills for our students to learn."lieutenant governor reynolds plans to keep visiting schools to see how well they're using stem. 3 some west middle school students got a sneak preview... a taste - test... of some possible new menu items for school lunches.about 70 students at west middle were taste - testers for the iowa commodity board yesterday morning. they were given samples of foods that could end up on lunch menus across the state next year... like pepperoni pizza... ranch - flavored potato wedges... turkey meatballs... and orange chicken.
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food we try really hard to provide them with healthy nutritious meals. but kids are kind of picky, finicky eaters so we have a lot of waste and we are trying to eliminate some of that waste by providing them things with they really like to eat.it helps make people make a choice on what they would like to eat at school and what good and best for them."this is the first time in about 10 years this kind of testing has been done at west middle school. 3 it's a problem for some restaurants in siouxland... health code violations. this morning we bring you a special report on how the siouxland district health department tracks down those violations. our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran shows us how health officials keep full service food operations violation free... and how *some* restaurants could have fewer... or *more*... violations than the ones that are caught on the day of inpsection.
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want some 3 delicious grub, a nice diner and a good experience.but you've probably heard it before. restaurants shutting down across the country. "chipotle subpoenaed over the norovirus. chipotle under pressure once again. bad news for the motto is food with integrity."most recently chipotle mexican grill, due to outbreaks of the norovirus and e.coli that resulted in hundreds of customers getting sick.and here in siouxland, there's a group of health officials: the siouxland district health department which oversees eleven counties in northwest iowa."we're really aiming for this active managerial control."the department is committed to food safety procedures. be it restaurants, farmers' markets. gas stations, hotels and motels, hospitals, cafeterias. you name it, where there's food, there will be inspections.food safety is top priority for the departmentan d most definitely for,sneaky's chicken in sioux city iowa.so what exactly makes a good inspection and how does it affect an eatery? i spoke with environmental services director michelle clausen- rosendahl, to find out."so we follow up on this critical violation sometimes we're able to get them corrected on sight during the inspection. sometimes it might be more of an issue that needs to be corrected long-term." violations that commonly occur include, chefs or cooks not wearing gloves or even washing their hands. violations during food establishment organizations are divided into two main categories, there's the risk factor violation, considered to be the more critical violation and the good retail practices. risk factor violations have more potential to sick, whereas good retail practices aren't necessarily going to be a threat to somebody's health.in
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ever discovered, deputy and laboratory director tyler brock takes accurate samples. "so we stain it and make sure that not only does it help us to see it, but depending on the type of stain it allows to identify that bacteria as well.""safety is our first concern."here at sneaky's chicken in sioux city, following health guidelines is not only a top priority, it's the reason to keep consumers safe.""you don't want anybody out getting illnesses or anything from the food that we make and we label everything, we date it, make sure everything as it needs to be when it comes out the door." sneaky's chicken kristy wright appreciates the help and feedback they receive from the health department."they keep you on your toes which is really good because as the days go, somethings can kind of, not slip, but maybe not be in the front of your head all the time. they do a really good job with what they do. they've helped us and i think that we've helped them, and we just have a really good with them.""and we can get things corrected a lot more easily, if there is good cooperation with the management of 3 the restaurant."overall, good sanitation and health practices are important priorities in running a restaurant."we're not in there, trying to pick on them. we are sometimes trying to tell them what to do, but we
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follow the food code.""we just want to make sure that, we're one step ahead of everything that needs to be done in your make sure everything is adequately served to our consumers."if you'd like to see a full list of food establishments in siouxland, their violations and the last time they were inspected, we have a link to the iowa department of inspections and appeals.we also have a link to the siouxland district health
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siouxland news dot com.3 3 you can ride like double - oh seven... if you can afford to pay for it.james bond's most recent ride is set to go up for auction this week. the aston martin d - b ten super - car was created for the latest bond movie... called "spectre." it's expected to sell for as much as two - point - one million dollars.aston martin says the car could hit a top speed of around 190 miles per hour... but you can't actually drive the car on the road. it doesn't have any necessary road certifications since it was built for the movie. 3
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3 3 did you get your innovative ideas ready for the innovation market? we're talking about this entrepreneurial adventure... next... in "talk of the town." 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 3 3 3 3 sioux city go is planning another innovation market this year... and it'll be here before we know it! tyler kruse is here to talk about it on "talk of the town" this morning.good morning! 3 jake and a guest or group of guests discuss upcoming
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city)... it's (32 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 donald trump is refusing to bark like hillary clinton. yeah... you heard that right. during a speech monday... clinton did a pretty good small dog imitation that went viral almost instantltl then the internet started barking back at her. so far... though... trump isn't running with the pack. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos takes a look. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- (dog barks)the bite is proving worse than the bark.... (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"arf arf arf arf."as the internet nips at hillary for her doggie imitation.(music video)"who let the dogs out. arf arf arf arf."juxtaposing music videos and movie clips..."bark like a dog. arf arf arf.f.all because hillary told a story about an old political ad that featured a dog trained to bark at lies. wouldn't that come in handy for following around her republican rivals, she said. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"every time they say these things like, "oh the great recession was caused by too much
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cuomo/cnn)"her inner terrier." (msnbc)"she's funny."(fox news channel)"i don't know if this was a tribute to the westminster dog show."one that donald trump refused to emulate.(donald trump/(r) presidential candidate)"if i ever did that i would be ridiculed all over the place. i won't do it. i'm not gonna imitate her. so there'll be no barking."as if hillary d dn't faceceidicule?an actual dodo babaing interruption at t a trump p lly last month was one of the many mocking memes making the rounds.(donald trump/(r) presidential candidate)"what was that? was that a dog? uh oh it's hillary. arf arf arf."it's enough to make triumph the insult dog....(triumph) "senator? is it true you tried to shut down the government so you can try and go to a nickelback concert?"feel overshadowed ononhe campaign trail.l.(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)"but hillary is in the puppy league compared to a guy dubbed 'psycho dog man' for his canine impersonation."an australian retiree went viral back in 2010 after imitating some scary neighborhood dogs...(ray graham/canine imitator)"they
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fierce-sounding dog noises)." his imitation was remixed. it even scared real dogs.(nat sound)though psycho dog man suffered some of the exact same mockery....music video) "who let the dogs out (nat fierce dog noises)."his dog would make mincemeat of hillary's.(nat sound)"who let the dogs out? arf arf arf." (dog noises)jeanne moos c-n-n (dog noises)new york3 3 "weather on the ones brought
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3 look for patchy fog to develolo this morning which could stickck with thoho of us who see it for a good b b of the morning. mostly cloudy skies for most today with temperatures once again in the mid to upper 30s. winds are expected to stay light out of the southeast most of the day.lingering clouds will hang on through thursday morning clearing just a bit by the end of the day with warmer air surging in from the south. afternoon highs on thursday should bump up to around 50 degrees.on friday look for a big warm up to temperatures. afternoon highs across the southwest could reach the lower 60s with windy conditions. the weekend looks very good. so get out there and enjoy it.
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3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...at the westminster kennel club dog show in new york... the leonberger grand champion "dario" doesn't seem too worried he's at one of the most famous dog owsin the world.he spent his whole time in the ring trying to get treats from his handler's pocket. 3 3 the fresno police department is using a new software prprram... but comingup... we'll show you why some people say the program could cause unfair targeting.plus your morning news, weather and sports are
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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 good morning, this is sgt todd
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news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on indian hills and outer drive 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 donald trumpis fending off a direct attack frfr president obama now... just days before south carolina repudlican primary. tuesday the president said *he believed* americans would make the sensible choice and *not* elect trump... the billionaire candidate has called that statement a *great compliment.* latest polls show trump and democratic hillary clinton leading by double - digits in the palmetto state.tuesday the president also said he'd nominate someone to replace late supreme court justice (ann - ton - in) antonin (scuh - lee - uh) scalia. a lot of republicans argued it should be up to the *next* president to fill the seat. (scuh - lee - uh) scalia... who passed away over the weekend... will lie in repose at the supreme court friday ahead of his funeral saturday.and... pope francis makes a historic visit
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today... on his final day in the country. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to come together on both sides of the fence as the pope celebrates mass in the crime - plagued city of juarez. pope francis will also visit prison inmates while he's there. 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'm norah o'donnell. coming up, can driverless cars make moral decisions? we get behind the wheel to see for ourselves. that's coming up, on cbs this morning. 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. good morning, siouxland. thank you for waking up with us. i'm jacob heller. >> i'm cat taylor.
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not all of us will but it depends on if we can get the winds to switch from the south and if they don't, we won't see a lot. kind of a 50-50 situation. we are looking at at our cam and it looks foggy out there. if you look at our current visibility, you can see fog isn't too bad but just enough to reduce visibility. it is not too dense at about three miles but it could be if we get the wind shift that i was talking about. we do have light snow falling across the area in the eastern portions of siouxland especialal in the north and basically just very light and
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31 in sioux city. called *beware*... goes too far... and could lead . >> police are getting help gathering online data about criminal suspects. some say the program goes too far and could lead to people being targeted unfairly. chris march teen he's is in fresno, california where -- martinez is in fresno, california where officers are some of the first in the nation to use this program. >> reporter: the software program beware dives deep into the records. it is giving police a heads up about who officers may encounter before they head to a call. a star warns of prior crimes. >> somebeby that has had a past arrest for robbery, assault with a deadly weapon. this is a bit of information that may cause the officer to hand that would call differently. >> reporter: we watched fresno police use the system after a
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they ran the license plate of the suspect's car ththough beware which revealed the vehicle's owner and his criminal record. a short time later, he was caught. but beware is controversial. the software assign as a threat level of red, yellow or green for residents at a given address. how that color score is calculatededs unclear even tpolice. jessica price is all concerned about the program's ability to scene social media posts. >> people do not want criticism just becacae they postst criticism of police on social media. >> reporter: chief dyer insits the program is necessary. >> when you look at the amount of technology that is out there today that criminals are using, it is important for law
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>> reporter: he believes beware is keeping both police and cititins safe. chris martinez, cbs s news, fresno. in toronto, the company that mames beware won't say how the software calculates its controversial color score. the company has only issued a statement that says beware work to quickly provide commercially available public information that may be e relevant tothe situation and may give a greater level of awareness. we still have four months to go until awesome biker nights 2016 but now we know a few things about the festival this year. it is moving away from historic fourth street. it will be in and around the hard rock this yeaa and now we know the babas you will be e le to see live. performances will be at the batty park outdoor coert stagat the hard rock and even the announcement party was
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the casino's indoor concert venue. >> it is a great siouxland tradition and we believe that awesome biker nights and all their fans willove it here at the hard rock. >> some of the headlining bands will be pop evil and in this moment but the big head hyper will be cheap trick. we are looking at last year's festivities right here. the e ker nights chairman thinks the summmm festival especially with cheap trick will top them all. >> this is one of our best years. it will really be awesome. we are ready. we have a lot of hurtles to jump through to get everything done and we do every year. it's big hard push but, yeah, i'ready to june. >> the annual rally broughghin more han 200,00guests over the past 16 years. 25,000 people should be here this june. if you want to know more about
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some tickets or weekend passes, head to our web site. two people enter jail in vermilion caused after vandalism m a universititof south dakota fraternity house over the weekend. police say two male students were arrested. both have confessed saying they were intoxicated. according to place, the house was targeted because the two men were kicked out of a party there. police say the case has been referred to the clay county state's attorney for potential charges. the u.s. supreme court is marking the death of justice antonin scalia. as part air court tradition, his seat on the bench has been threaped with black cloth as well as the entry into the supreme court chamber. scalia's body will lie in state friday. his funeral will be saturday morning at the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception.
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to a 4-4 ruling on some major issues the supreme court is deciding. that would mean the lower court ruling would be upheld. that is not true to one important case the justices are deciding. >> reporter: the case fisher verses the universities of texachallenged affirmative action of that school's admission policies. the lower courts upheld ut's program. when it came to the high court, judge scalia angered his critics in december way scathing review of the issue. all eyes are on justice anthony kennedy. >> kennedy is likely going to vote for the majority in this which would be a 4-3 ma jort to do something to affirmative action. the question of what that would be is the big question. >> reporter: he says the ruling
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university ever texas, demand more from universities nationwide or outright ban affirmative action as unconstitutional. >> that is probably less likely to happenenecause it would be a pretty big change but it could happen. >> he says it is back to the drawing board for the he reining seven. >> very few leaks come out of the supreme court which is a good thing about what actually is going on behind the scenes but this changes everything about what they are doing. >> reporter: in washington, i'm jeff barnes. iowa's senior u.s. senator is leavivi the door open it at least consideration replacement for scalia that has been nominated by president obama. at a town hall meeting yesterday, chuck grassle says he won't make a fifial decisisi nominaon. the next election. i believe that is the right thing to do because it is a
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would be kind of in line with what democratic leaders said in the tail end of the bush administration, said that bush should not appoint somebody to the upreme court because they had to be concerned about balae and i'm concerned about balance the same way they are. >> eighteen supreme court justices have been nominated and confirmed bit senate in an election ar. the most recentbeing justice anthony kennedy in 1988. a unique species never recorded before by science. this is a picture. it is perfectly preserved in amber that ismillions of yea old. >> scientists think the flower shares ancestry with plants that led to potatoes, eg
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they say this plant was also probably poisonous. the name is relat to strichnine. >> a baby was born so small she
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now, she is going home 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning. what's up we're checking up with moose again today.
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>> what's going on? >> not doing too bad. >> we're just doing our woo-ho. with coldplay. >> it is wednesday. >> doesn't feel like it. >> halfway to the warm temperatures. you heard about how warm it will get this weekend and on friday. >> but it looks like it will get warm and freeze and warm and freeze. am i right on that? >> i don't see freezing temperatures in the forecast yet bubui mean my forecast only goes about 10 days out and i can only be really sure about seven of them. >> okay. all right. fair enough. we'll get close but i don't think we'll really freeze at least for the high temperatures so that is the good news. >> that is good. i was worried about overnight thou. >> , well, yeah. that's going to happen. >> it's not going freeze in the time that matter. mean whatever. >> some of us have to get up early like you do.
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>> yeah, i'm used to it being frigid when i walk in. >> cat painting over all the bad news. >> smooth out the ems. >> i get to actually give good news for once. so let me live in the limelight. >> fair enough. >> it is good. >> it will be a great meltdown this weekend, isn't it? >> it is. >> so moose, did you see any video from the westminster kennel club dog show in new york. >> i was watching it last night. i think one of the dog got robbed. >> well, we had this clip on this morning. it was this dog,g,his name is dario. he is a grand champion. he was not interested in his routine. >> i think he was robbing his owner. >> he just smelled some dog treats in the pocket there. >> he has dog treats. the owner didn't wash his
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he was very interested in those. there was a little westie that was cool. there was another one that should have won. it was a little shih-tsu. they gave it to the german inter or something. i didi't see that coming at all. >> i feel bad for this team though. i mean they practice so much and the dog gets so easily distracted. >> he is like the carolina panthers right there. they practiced so hard and fell aparar >> i feel like he is a normal dog. he always is distracted by food. >> who isn't? >> that's true. good point. >> that is a very good point. >> hey, moose, we'll talk to you again later this morning. >> we'll do it again, 8:05.
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see you then. good morning, siouxland. if you look at the ground, can you see a little bit of snow has fallen overnight. not really much. just about a trace out there this morning. we are seeing some fog across the southern parts of the viewing aaa. you u n see about three miles of visibility out in norfork this morning. there is a chance that could stick around with us as we head into the morning. here is what we are looking at, the light snow across the area. those are really breaking up and moving out although they could just last just after daybreak. looking at 31 re in sioux city. 25 in sheldon. clouds will hang on through you have a the bit of fog out there, could be freezing as well out in norfork. keep that in mind if you are leaving the house. we are waiting for the wind to shift from the south.
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a little bit more fog. if those winds don't shift in time, then we won't see much here for the rest of us here in siouxland. here is what we are looking at. we do have a stationary front there. basically that frontntsn't mong anywhere but we'll stay on the cloudy side as we head overnight throughout the day today and then overnight tonight as well. but as we head into tomorrow, we'll clear out just a little bit. we could see some sun. by tomorrow more than, we'll start to see the warm front move right on through. that will allow us to get into the 50s for omorrow. that is the goooonews. going to see a little bit of sun newout thday b then overnight, thursday night into friday, we are going to have a cold front move through. it is a very weak cold front so we won't see a big change in temperature unless you understand this will be the other direction. but it could fire off a little bibiof a few rain showersrs one thing is is we aren't going to see a big change in temperature the other direction.
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this morning, 30 degrees. some patchy fog today. 38 and mostly oudy. tonight, mostly cloudy and 31 degrees. tomorrow, , oking at 51 with the cheering later on. but the cold front will move through, chance of showers thursday night into fright. but look at that temperature, 60-degree for siouxland for friday. a north carolina family is celebrate a medical marvel. their daughter is one of the smallest babies ever born who@ survived. she was born 14 week before her due date. she weighed just 10 ounces. she finally got to leave with her family after 20 week in the hospital. mark strassman was there for the home coming in charlotte. >> so happy. so happy. >> reporter: megan smith had
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moment, the chance to go home with aaliyah, her baby girl. >> don't cry. >> reporter: aaliyah is a medical miracle. >> we actually got to see the human being formed outside of the womb. >> reporter: megan and her fiance were thrilled when they learned she was pregnant but early on, ey could see this was not going to be easy. barely six months in, hypertension put megan at risk for a stroke. aaliyah stopped growing inside her and doctors had trouble finding a fetal heart beat. megan needed an energy y section. aaliyah was born llt september 23rd, 14 weeks early. she weighed 10 ounces and head to toe measured 10 inches long. >> she was tiny. the size of a small kitten or
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>> reporter: dr. and herman says she was born half the size of the maulette premature babies. >> what did you tell the parents? >> the risk that she very well could die. as long as there is hope, i will focus on the hope. >> reporter: but hope seemed like a stretch. . less than 1% of babies in the u.s. are born as early as thisling girl and her world for weeks was an incubator, a respirator and a series of challenges, medical being technical and emotional. >> she is not supposed to be there yet. >> none of her organs are working hike they should. her skin is e ell layer thick almost like bottom of a blister. >> reporter: even taking a blood sample was risky. she was born with less than an ounce of blood in her body. >> because she was so small, she really was reaching a limit of our technology. we had to sit down and get creative about hour approaches
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>> reporter: one night, her heart rate plummeted. cpr brought her back to life. she left the hospital six weeks after her original due date weighing five pounds, eight ounces, almost nineneimes her birth weight. >> i never doubted. oh, no. i refuse to put doubt in this. she was here for a reason and everything happens for a reason. >> reporter: tiny aaliyah was born way big heart. did you have faith? >> i had hope, faith, prayer. there was no doubt i imy m md that they couldn't do what they live. >> reporter: dr. herman says aaliyah shows no signs of developmental issues. parents and the team. >> i fought for her to live and she fought to live. i'm sitting in my living room holding my baby. there you go.
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i love that i have my baby home. >> reporter: other -- aaliyah has more than lived up to her middle name, faith. your sunrise entertainment
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meteorologist 3 cat taylor" 3 look for patchy fog to develop this morning which could stick with those of us who see it for a good bit of the morning. mostly cloudy skies for most today with temperatures once again in the mid to upper 30s. winds arexpected to stay light out of the southeast most of the day.y.ngering ouds will hang on ththugh thururay morning clearing just a bit by the end of the day not all of us are seeing fog but forfork definitely is. it is below freezing there so if you are out driving, keep if mind, it could p coming down in the form of what look like snow bubualso freezing fog. -- it could be coming down. up in the northeast, we've had light snowfall to flurries in that area. this is what our temperatures are going to do today. we'll see a big warm-up as we head into tonight continuing to warm up all the way into tomorrow. this is what we'e' looking at for tomorrow evening, 53 degrees. then, we are going to get down in temperature overnight. these look like our high temperatures for what we could see later on this week. 46 for our low. it will be very warm.
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forecast, you can see we are looking at a beautiful day on friday. . beautiful l nny skies for the weweend and temperatures near r 60s. don't be surprised to see temperatures warmer than that on saturday. stars of the movie triple nine walked the red carpet in los angeles. >> reporter: sports illustrated swimsuit models ashley graham and hannah davis walked the red carpet in new york to celebrate the launch of this year's swimsuit issue. graham is featured ounce before the magazine's three covers. the stars of the heist thriller triple nine turned out for the premier of the film. marques/cbs news, los angeles) the ensemble cast also police officers, some crooked, some not, caught fun a robbery plot. >> it is the like this train
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makes for really good conflict. >> the cast also includes kate winslet, and aaron paul. triple nine opens february 25th. >> colin first stars in genius as max perkins, the introverted book editor would worked with ernest hemingway and thomas wolfe. >> if someone wants me to wear a mankini in a film, i'm available. genius opens in the united states in july. that is your eye on entertainment. here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... a car from the latest james here what is we're talking about on our siouxland facebook page. a car practice the latest james bond movie is being sold this week for around $2 million. we had thahastory before. we want to know who is your
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looks like rickey says pierce brosnan. kent says roger moore. >> i am a fan of sean connery. i also like daniel craig. i miss the old swagger. >> go ahead and weigh in our siouxland news facebook page. blunty of time this morning. let us know about your james bond favorites. still to come, annual toy fair is s apping up in new york city. there are high-tech toys that use voice activation. they can even read a child's brain waves. we'll show you why some old- school, low-tech toys are a big
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>> it is now 6:26 as good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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cat taylor. good morning. thank you for waking up with us. i'm jacob heller. >> i'm meteorologist cat taylor. it well be on the warmer de for this timemef year. everything looks calm out there at least here in centra siouxland. if you look out to the west, there is a little bit of fog especially down in norfork right now. about three miles of visibility out there this morning. we are looking at freezing temperatures as well that. could be freezing that fog on ntact with the ground. bebe careful t might be slslpery as well as slippery up into the northeast where we have that light snow falling across the area. and that is starting to break up and move out. it will be probably about another hour, hour and a half before that makes its way out of siouxland.d. 27 in sheldodo norfork at 30 degrees. we could see the freezing fog out there. today, we'll get up to 38 degrees although we will be
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their latest creations at the 113th annual toy fair in new york city... and toys continue to toy makers are showing off their latest creation at the toy fair in new york city. toys continue to become more highton tech. but kenneth craig found out some old-fashioned games are attracting a new generation of kids. >> reportererfrom robotic dogs that can chase a ball to drones that respond to your voice, at the international toy fair in new york, breakthroughs in technology are pushing the industry to new heights. >> flip. >> go to that place in your mind again. >> repororr: this ar wars toy allows kids to u their mind to control the game. >> what they are thinking happens over here. >> what happens is these sensors that are behind me ears and on my forehead will pick up my beta brain waves as i'm concentrating and thinking about moving the holograms within e trainer.
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a $24 billion industry in the u.s., up 7% if the last year. but it is not just high-tech that is driving the increase. what is big right now in the toy world? >> what is big is variety. >> reporter: the toy industry association president says voicingly low-tech is he can mag a comeback. this year, family board games you're big hit, whether it is brand-new games or a new take on old classics. >> there is a desire to get away from the tv set, get away from the computer, pull the family soaght and have some fun. >> reporter: he says the toy market has become an entertainment indust not just for kids but for families. a plan to increase the speed limit is moving through the legislature. a separate bilk considered
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rural highways. it has been 11 years since the last speed limit increase to 07 miles per hour babak in 2005. a move to raise the limit to 80 miles per hour last year died in the legislature. empowerment and education were on the agenda for siouxland women yesterday. there was the siouxland women's leadership conference held sterday morning. this year's conference had 400 people attending including 150 college students. organizers say the goal is to give women of all ages and background a chance to exchange ideas. >> the reason that it is important for women to come to a conference like this is because they can leave here motivated, educated and ready to go out and make changes in their world. >> the hope is to grow the event next year and move into an even bigger venue.
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made her way around siouxland yesterday. lieutenant governor kim reynolds was at loess elementary and morningside elementary to see how those schools have implemented the stem initiative. chance to use computers for a lot of different it gives k ks the chance to us computers for a lot of different subjects. ms.reynolds says sioux city is doing a great job with that initiative. >> the siouxland area is rocking it up here. i just am so impressed with what i've seen. the level that they are implementing stem initiatives the different t hools that they are putting in place, with the after-school program. i mean my gosh, they are doing 3-d printing, and building robots. it is such great skills for our students to learn. lieutenant governor reynolds plans to keep visising schools see how well they are using stem. some west middle school student got a sneak preview, a
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new menu items for school lunches. about 70 students at west middle were taste testers for the iowa commodity board yesterday morning. they were given samples of food that could end up on lunch menu across the state next year. >> they are the ones that eat the food. we try really hard to provide them with healthy nutritious meals but kid are kind of finnicky eaters. >> it helps people make a choice on what they would like to eat at school and what is good for thehe >> this isishe first time in about 10 years this kind testing has been done at west middle school. it's problem for some restaurants in siouxland, health code violations. we bringngyou a special report
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health depeptment tracks down the violations. we have a report on thousand health officials keep the food operations violation-free. want some delicious grub, >> reporter: when it comes to food, you want some delicious grub, a nice diner and i good experience. but you probably have heard it before. restaurants shutting down across the country. >> chipotle subpoenaed. >> here in siouxland, there is a group of health officials preventing any kind of outbreak to happen. the siouxland district health department which oversees 11 counties in northwest iowa. >> we are really aiming for this active managerial control. >> reporter: the department is
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procedures, it restaurants, farmers market, gas stations, hotels and motels. hospitals and cafeterias. so what exactly makes a good inspection. >> i spoke with environmental services director michelle clausen-rosendahl to find out. >> we follow up on the critical violations. sometimes we are able to get them corrected right there. sometimes, it might be more of an issue that needs to be corrected lolo-term. >> reporter: violationonthat cocoonly occur include c cfs or cooks s t wearing gloves or even washing their hands prior to handling food. violations during food establishment inspects are divided into two main categories. there is a risk factor violation considered to be one of the more critical violations and the good retail practices. risk factor viling as have more potential to get a person sick where as retail practices aren't necessarily going to be a threat to somebody's health. in the event when bacteria is discovered, the laboratory director tyler brock takes
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>> we stain it and make sure that not only does it help us to see it but depending on the type of stain, it allows us to identify that bacteria as well. >> safety is our firststconcern. >> here as sneaky's chicken, health as reason to keep consumers safe. >> we don't want anybody out getting any illnesses from the food that we make. we label everything. we date it. we make sure everything is just as it needs to be when it comes in and out the door. >> reporter: sneaky's chicken saysys the family business appreciates the lp and feedback they receive from the health department. >> they keep you on your toes which is really good because as the days go, you -- some things cannot slip but maybe not be in the front of your head all the time. they do a really good job at what they do and they've helped us and i think we've helped them. we have a great t relationship with them. >> we can get things corrected
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good cooperation with the management of the restaurant. >> reporter: overall, good sanitation and health practices are important priorities in running a restaurant. >> we are not in there tryiyi to pick on them. we are sometimes trying to tell them what to do but we mostly just want them to follow the food code. >> you want to make sure you are one step ahead of everything that nodes to be done in your restaurant to make sure everything is adequately served and provided to your consumers. >> reporter: if you would like to see a full list of food establishments in siouxland, their violations and the last time they were inspected, before a link to the iowa department of inspections and appeals and we have a link to the siouxland district health department in the ststy on our web site, siouxlandndns.com. 3 3 up next in your healthwatch... experts have found a way to get type two diabetics off of just by there is a way to get type two diabetics off of their medication just by changing
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we'll show you how the diets go against traditional suggestions. >> and our temperatures may still drop a dege or two t we will warm up very shortly to above normal temperatures today. heller and meteorologist cat taylor"
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3 look for patchy fog to develop this morning which could stic were looking at fog across the area although not all of us are seeing it. if you look at our dakota news camera just outside our studios. not too bad. win has about five miles visibility. if you are down in that area, you are below freezing. so that fog may be freezing on the ground. you may want to take it easy on the roads as well as if you live into the north and east here in siouxland. wewee had light snow falling and without being plowed, if it hasnsn been plowed at all, those roads may be pretty slick out there as well. current timms here, 31 in sioux city as well as wayne. so these areas that are seeing fog could see that freezing fog as well. up to the northeast, you can see why there is snow with those tempererures well below
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too happy but still a little bit on the breezy side here at 13 miles per hour. we will stay on the cloudy side today. as we go into tonight, that will stay the same as we gege this stationary front. it is just not moving. it is stalled out. with the ever with the sue some -- we'll see some sun move through. we will be on the warmer side into the 50s for most of the area. there is a chance it can create a few little rain showers overnight tonight. it look like we'll stay on the warm side even on riday. that cold frontntwill be very, very weak.
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forecast, 30 degrees, cloudy, patchy fog. today, we'll get up to 38 degrees and cloudy skies. the winds picking g up as we head into tomorrow. the clear sky in the later half of the day. the winds at 10 to 20 miles per hour. so the wind picking opportunity even far this as we head into friday although we are going to look at sunny skies with temperaturesest 60. 3 a u u s task force says there isn't enough evence to recommend screening for a u.s. task force says there isn't enough evidence to recommend screening for autism spectrum disorders in young children. the u.s. preventive services task force looked at children a year and a half to two and a half years old who did not havav any concerns rarased by family members, care givers or doctors. the nel fou no direct evidence screening would benefit those children. misuse of the stimulant adderral and related emergency room visits are up dramatically
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the problem is mainly 18 to 25- year-olds who take the drug without a spring. a lot of times they get the drug from family and friend. chains in gut bacteria could be an early indicator of ty 2 diabetes. researchs are in south korea observed changes in the microorganismed before any symptoms of type 2 diabetes developed. they say this might be useful for early diagnosis and treatment. australian researchers have made a big new discovery that is changing the lives of people with type 2 diabetes. a special diet lets a lot of folk dramatically reduce their dependence on medication. >> reporter: 65-year-old david barnett was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes inin 2007 but he has never taken n insulin. >> i don't want to be on inkulin nor do i want to say other medication.
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test ad diet low in carbohydrate but high in protein and unsaturated fat for two years. medication use on average was cut by almost half. almost double the reduction among 60 other volunteers. >> by lowering the carbohydrate intech, hope to better control blood glucose. >> last 17kilos in three months. that was dramatic. >> they recommend eat foods high in up refined carbs and low in fat. >> so what would be a typical daily plan? breakfast options clude cereal with skim milk and crisp bread with tomato. for lunch, a tune a ricotta and avocado salad and for dipper ark chick and almond stir frfr suitabab snacks include nuts and nonfat yogurt. fry. snacks include nuts, low
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[take grabname: ptcin wos: but tven the researchers ait clinicians will dividedon what the best diet is. despite this new study estimating savings of up to 200 million dollars a year, on medication duration:0'10"][take grabname: case studyin words: those dramatic changes - i could see the diet workedduration:0'03"] 3 3 info about a new galaxy phone phone clinics remain divided on what diet work st.
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? 3 good morning, (norfolk)... it's (30) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (square tire) camera. 3 phone makers are gearing up for mobile world good morning. it is 30 degrees outside this morning. phone makers are gearing up for mobile world congressment here is your c-net tech update. >> almost all are saying the galaxy was leaked. this is your update. else bridget will have you murdered because that's what i'm out working on for tomorrow's show! :)"did the samsung galaxy s7 edge gege leaked by samsung itself?
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was the samsung galaxy leaked by samsung itself. check out this video posted on youtube. the title is samsung galaxy. it shows off a galaxy edge of some kind and reports are buzzininthat it st be he galaxy s7 edge. there is a hot of the phone in the pouring rain. people are jumping to the conclusion this must be the s7 edge. strangely, in the description itself, samsung indonesia says the scenes are for dramatization purposes only. this product is not water resistant. so is it the s7? compare the video to images posted on this twitter account. is this the same phone? i'm in the sure. we'll all find out on february 21st at samsung's event. lg introduced a new phone to remind people hey, lg still exists. okay. that was hare. lg make some really great
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say hello to the stste us 2. it has a pen way nano coated tip. but there's more. lg also introduced the cam phone with two cameras on the back. the phone's 4.9-inch screen. all of these phones officially debut at mobile world congress overshadowed bybyg's new all of these phones officiay debut at mobile world congress where they will likely be overshadowed by the lg5. kanye west's new album hit and was available for purchase on west's open site. he then pulled thealbum from his site and announced that my album will never be on apple and it will never be for sale. the title app then became the number one app in apple's u.s. app store. the life of pablo has already
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he announced that he is a3 million in debt and then he hit up mark zuckerberg for a billion dollar investment in his ideas. that's it for this very odd edition of tech news update. 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" we have he got some foggy conditions at least in the southwestern portions of our area this morning. you can check this out. can you see as the sun is starting to come up, we do have quite a bit of fog oo there. in the northe, eastern areas here in siouxland, you can expect the light snow to continue this morning at least for the next hour, hour and a half. this is what is going to happen as we go into tonight and tomorrow. we are looking at higher wind
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medicine into friday. expect some wind advisories possible for friday. keep that in mind. there is a chance we may get some rain as we head thursday night into friday. right now t doesn't look like a very big chance but it is a possibility as we start to see the warmer, moist air move into the area. the good news s s we'll see sunshine on friday as well as saturday. temperature, 60 on friday. 57 on saturday. wouldn't be surprised to see some 60s there as well.
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news and weather it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. 3 we are taking a live look outside courtesy of our hard rock hotel and casino camera. >> here a look at your weather to go. we are looking at patchy fog this morning. temperatures maybe dropping one or two degrgrs at 31 degrees. we'll warm up quickly. pretty mild by lunch time at 37 and mostly cloudy. the clouds hanging tough by dinnertime at 36. good morning. i have your siouxland news traffic to go. officers will running radar on indian hills drive and on outer drive. have a safe drive to work and
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here a look at your news to go this morning. donald trump is fending off a direct attack from president obama now just days before south carolina's republican primary. tuesday, the president said he believed americans would make the sensible choice to not elect donald trump. the billionaire candidate has called that statement a great complaint. latest polls show trump and clinton leading by double ding its -- digits in the palmetto state. he also said he would nominate someone to replace antonin scalia. scalia will lie in repose at the supreme court friday ahead of his funeral saturday. pope francis makes a historic visit to the u.s.- mexico border on his final day in the country. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to come together on both sides of the fence as
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crime plagued city of juarez. and be sure to check out siouxlandnews.com all day at work and when you get home for the latest news, weather and sports. we are talking weather one more time. you were saying some places will see a little bit of fog. >> generally on the western half of siouxland. it could last a little bit longer today than it normally would. doesn't look like it is doing too much at the moment so we may not even see that but we are seeing some light snow showers up in the northeast. that will move out but the good news is today, we will be above normal at 38 degrees and then even better news, 30 tomorrow, above 50 and then 60 by friday. so it is good news for the weekend with some sunny skies. >> it is going to feel very nice out there.
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have a wonderful wednesday. captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is wednesday, february 17th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." a judge orders apple to help the fbi unlock the phone of a san bernardino killer. ceo tim cook fired back overnight saying he will resist. president obama predict donald trump will not be the next president. the billionaire takes it as a compliment. and can we trust driverless cars to make moral and life saving decisions? peter greenberg goes for a ride to find out. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. i continue to believe mr. trump will not be ot be president. it's not hosting a talk show or a reality show. >> president obama takes a swing at donald trump.
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