tv Siouxland News At Sunrise CBS February 19, 2016 5:00am-7:00am CST
3 a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm tonight for winds at 30-40 miles per hour with gusts to 50. the strongest winds will be this morning and will calm down by sunset.look for highs today with sunny skies to top out around 60 degrees.for the weekend, not a lot is going to change. our weather looks fantastic. we will see more sunshine on saturday with highs again in the mid to upper 50s. then for sunday a frontal boundary will push through. that will knock our temperatures down a few degrees, but look for afternoon highs to stay well above normal for this time of year.early next week, highs are expected to stay in the 40s with a very nice mix of sun and clouds through the week.enjoy this very nice
3 justice (anne - ton - in) antonin (scuh - lee - uh) scalia will lie in repose today at the supreme court... his fufura's tomorrow. ththpublic will be able to walk past his casket after a private service. president obama will pay his respects today... but he won't be at the funeral tomorrow. and as c - b - s news correspodnent don champion shows us... the president's decision is raising a lot of questions. 3 (pkg) (still) known as a conservative warrior- today, thousands will pay final respects to supreme court justice antonin scalia. president ama and the first t lady will l remember the jujuice as h h body lies in repose in the great hall of the supre court. the president has faced criticism from the right for not planning to attend scalia's funeral tomorrow. (sot josh earnest) what the
paying tribute to high profile patriotic american citizens even when you don't agree on all the issues. the 79-year- old died of natural causes over the weekend. republican presidential candidate ted cruz plans to attend the funeral and criticized the president. (sot ted cruz) he's going g cuba, bubusomehow president obama can't t find time to go to justice scalia's funeral. (standup: don champion cbs news washington, d.c.) scalia's memory is being overshadowed by a bitter, partisan debate - over whether president obama should nominate his successor. (sot hillary clinton) "what the republicans today are saying is you can'n'go through with anything, 'we don't want the president to send us a nominee.' at a town hall in south carolina last night - jeb bush broke with his fellow republicans - who want to leave it to the next president to decide: (sot jeb bush) "whatever powers are afforded to the presidency the president ought to use 'em. senate minority leader harry reid expects the president to announce his nomination in just over two weeksdon
3 both (scuh - lee - uh)'s scalia's father *and* son will lead his funeral mass saturday at the basilica of the national shrine in d - c. vice president joe biden and jill biden will be there in place of president obama. 3 we know more this morning about the deadly stabbing of a sioux city man wednesday... after the suspect's first court ias wanatee was s 3 in court yesterday morning on a charge of 2nd degree murder. prosecutors say he stabbed the victim six times from the to the chest.a judge set his bail at 750 - thousand dollars.wanatee was arrested wednesday morning and charged with stabbing and killing 51 - year - old vernon mace during an argument outside mace's home on west 1st street. he's also been charged with aggravaved assault and d carrying a concealed dangerous weapon in a separate case.
appearance on the murder charge is february 29th... and march 16th on the assault and weapon charges. 3 a sioux city family is homeless after an early - morning fire on the northside.just after four a - m yesterday fire crews found smoke coming from a home in the 35 - ndred block of lafayette street. the people inside had already gotten out after their smoke detectors went off. the fire was out pretty quickly... but it did a *lot* of damage. investigators say the fire was caused by a malfunctioning electrical appliance in the basement. the home has been red - tagged by the city. 3 this morning sioux city *police* want to warn you about a scam being operated by people promising to do yard work.police saypeople have bebe scammed ree days during the past two weeks because 3 a group of two to four white men in a light - colored truck have been doing tree - trimming work in the morningside area. 3 they've also been going into people's homes and stealing valuable items after
homeowners.police say if approached by people wanting to do work... don't let them inside... and call police if you thinknkthey're acting suspiciously. 3 south dakota... governor dennis daugaard agreed to meet with transgender advocates and opponents of a recently passed senate bill. reporter brady mallory talked with those who oppose what's called *the bathroom bill*... to find out why it's so upsetting to them. 3 it's been a rollercoaster of a day for ashley joubert-gaddis with the center for equality. after she listened to the voice message, she called the gogornor's office back. " i said that i do undndstand that, but we are obviously very disappointed that he doesn't just have ten minutes to speak with us," joubert-gaddis said. earlier this afternoon, joubert-gaddis told us a staff member from the governor's office called again...this time wanting to clear some time. joubert- gaddis has been keeping an eye on this legesation because she worries that h-b 10-08 could hurt students and take away local control from educators." i think it puts school leaders in terrible positions," joubert-gaddis said. "this isn't a new issue for us," brian maher, sf superintendent , said. when it comes to the bathroom and locker room topic, sioux falls schools superintendent brian maher says the district already
students on a case-by-case basis." we really hang our hat on two fronts. one, we want our kids to be safe. two, we want the environment we provide to be discriminatory free," maher said. maher says 10-08 won't stop the district from trying to keep all students as safe as possible. however, maher says if schools have to follow a state law about where students can go to the bathroom...districts could federal anti-discrimination laws."it appears as though there is going to be the feds here and the state here and we're going to be in between," maher said. for now, everyone is waiting to find out whether veto 10-08. in the past, a spokespers has said the governor's reviewing all testimony about this, and now he's also considering the letter. joubert-gaddis hopes it makes an impact. " we are fighting a battle, but that battle is equality. and i think that he does owe it to
33 there's also l ltle - to - no support for the measure among *students*... with some saying the bill will set south dakota back... others calling the measure a big overreach on the part of state lawmakers. 3 the number of iowans dying from heroin overdoses is climbing. now... a measure moving through the iowa legislature would make a medicine used to treat overdoses more easily available to first responders. siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll takekea look. 3 soso are calling itit heroinin epidemic an increase in overdoses on heroin and prescription opioids is sweeping the nation. even right here in iowa, death tolls are on the rise. on monday, the iowa senate passed a bill to authorize emts to use narcan, a commonly used opioid antagonist, with no legal liability as long as it was adminstered in good faith. "there's no liability on the part of the emergency rescue personnel on administering that drug which is designed to intercept how the heroin or any other opioid has affected
siouxland paramedics have used for years, narcan prives the individual of 'the high' created by narcotics. "that's what this drug does. it blocks the receptor sites and takes the high away from them." overdoses of prescribed narcotics are also commonly seen with the use of narcan, the effects of the drug will be quickly reversed."usually within 30 seconds to a couple minutes, maybe 5 minutes after you administer it, you should be seeing a response." police agencies and fire departments are also being considered to carry narcan as these opioid- related deaths continue to rise.in sioux city... jaclyn driscoll, siouxland news 3 the sioux city police department says they're not
and if they did... they'd *before* using it. 3 if you've been on the internet... you've probably heard about kanye west's money problem. now the philadelphia police department is trying to help him out of debt... by offering him a job.the police department posted this tweet on thursday. "we r hiring @kanyewest! starting salary of $47,929; u could be debt - free by the year 3122!" kanye tweeted last week he's "$53 million in personal debt" and that mark zuckerberg should invest 1 billion in him as the "greatest artist of all timemephilly police isn't just offering the job to west... they posted on their facebook page that any job seeker can apply. west has *not*
3 3 3 high wind warning is in effect until 9am and a wind avisory is in effect until 6pm. high profile vehicles should use extreme caution when driving! 3 3 coming up... politics... isis... and hollywood we'll show you how studio executives might coter the ssage of terrorists. 3 "you're watching siouxld news at sunrise, with jacob
will calm down by sunset.look for highs today with sunny skies to top out around 60 degrees.for the weekend, not a lot is going to change. our weather looks fantastic. we will uee more sunshine on saturday with highs again in the mid to upper 50s. then for sunday a frontal boundary will push through. that will knock our temperatures down a few degrees, but look for afternoon highs to stay well above normal for this time of year.early next week, highs are expected to stay in the 40s withth very nice mix of sun and clclds through the week.enjoy this very nice weather while it lasts. 3
3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... james bond's aston martin 3 from "spectre" sold for $3.5 million. what is yr favorite bond movie? 3 harry potter fans are flocking to starbucks... (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 wednesday wall street had the
in a 3 row, but ended ///the down closed down 40 points.///the nasdaq lost 46////apple will now reduce monthly payments on your new iphone if you old one. its part of their "trade up with installments program". in some cases payments will be as low at fifteen dollars a month.. how much you pay will depend on what model you trade, the phone's condition and which new iphone you are buying. ////airlines now get a fourth of their rerenue from additional fees. theheop fee consumers pay is for baggage. another of the biggest moneymakers is the charge - to change or cancel a ticket -which can cost as much as 200 dollars. consumers paid airlines more th 3 billion dollars in flight cancellation or change fees in 2015 - triple what they paid in 2007. ///harry potter fans are testing starbucks limited-edition smoked butterscotch latte. the coffee chain makes no reference of the movie. but many potter fans b bieve the drink is a buttttbeer inspired beberage - a drink described in the movie as a "less sickly butterscotch." that is your cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, im hena daniels
3 the united states is enlisting a new recruit in the fight against isis... hollywood. secretary of state john kerry met with about a dozen studio executives and hollywood insiders. reporter ben tracy is in los angeles... to tell us why the government is looking for help from the entertainment industry now. 3 ctm script: nats isis video (track)this video has all the hallmarks of a hollywood movie trailer but it's actually a pro-isis propaganan piece - produced by the radical islamic terror group.nat pop of video(track)now.... the us government is asking hollywood for advice on how to counter that msage.(near 145405) nat stengel: this is not just a military battle, it's a battle of ideas between competing narratives(track)richard stengel - a top kerry aide - was in tuesday's closed door meeting with almost a dozen studio executives when the secretary of state made his pitch.(stengel near 145405) hollywood is one of the greatest competitive advantages we have as a country. it's revered all
second largest export.(track) the film industry grosses tens of billions of dollars worldwide every year. and it's not the first time hollywood has teamed up with uncle sam. natsot maverick buzzing tower (track)the pentagon worked with producer jerry bruckheimer in 1986 for top gun - a box office hit that also became an effective recruiting tool for wanna-be fighter pilots.sot clip - zero dark thirty(track)other collaborations have produced mixed results. some critics felt the advice cia officials gave to the makers of "zero dark thty" led to a film that excused controversial torture techniques. variety's ted johnson says this week's meeting took a different approach. (sot ted johnson)(16 52 31) the government from what i understand is just trying to get ideas. they're trying to get ideas on how they counter the message that isis is spreading. (track)but when the messenger is just the us government - some worry that message can get lost.(cbs news contributor and former deputy director of the cia michael morrell)(sot michael j. morere / deputy director, central intelligence agency) (11 48 50) the reason why the united states can't be the brand behind the counter- narrative is that we ve no credibility when we're talking about islam.(track)something that secretary kerry seems to
variety)(17 08 03) by tweeting out that photo, he's saying, hey, we're on top of it. we're thinking outside the box, // not just a military strategy but a strategy of diplomacy, a strategy of f power.(x(x) 3 3 after the break... a cyber attack briefly shut down a spital in california. we'll show you how hackers are hitting "soft targets" all overhe country 3 your trip to the bus stop is going to be very windy and very mild!
gusts to 50. the strongest winds will be this morning and will calm down by sunset.look for highs today with sunny skies to top out around 60 degrees.for the weekend, not a lot is going to change. our weather looks fantastic. we will see more sunshine on saturday witithighs s ain in the mid to upper 50s. then for sunday a frontal boundary will push through. that will knock our temperatures down a few degrees, but look for afternoon highs to stay well year.early next week, highs are expected to stay in the sun and clouds through the week.enjoy this very nice
3 a cyber attack that shut down a california hospital's computer system wasn't an isolated incident. hackers are hitting "soft targets" all over the country. c - b - s news correspondent john blackstone takes a look. 3 1--the cyber criminals who collected a $17,000 ransom from the hollywood presbyterian medical center are part of an increasingly lucrative on line crime wave. hackers break into a computer network, lock out other users and demand a ransom usually to be paid in the nearly untraceable digital currency, bitcoins.q: is it the only option they have is paying the money? ablon they can lose their data -- in the most cases, yes ****2--lillian ablon, a cyber security analyst at the rand corporation has been following the growing use of ransomware. sot ablon - ransomware attacks tend to be on entities that are smaller, don't haveve security measures in place
ransomware attacks on hospitals, fire stations, on schools rather than the large companies.3-since june 2014, hackers have collected at least $325 million dollars in ransom payments according to a report by the cyber threat alliance.(graphic map)3-- victims range from the hospital in hollywood, to a sheriffs department in tennessee to the city government of detroit. this month even small town school districts in mississippi, new jersey and south carolina have been hit.4-in the south carolina schoololthe director of chnology charles huhus is seeing if the stem can be savevewithout paying the $8,500 dollar ransom.sot hucks : we are going server by sever , and back up to back up , trying see what we have and the time`we have to restore those back ups . this will be
3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob cat taylor.3 3 a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm tonight for winds at 30-40 miles per hour with gusts to 50. the strongest winds will be this morning and will calm down by sunset.look for highs today with sunny skies to top out around 60 degrees.for the weekend, not a lot is going to o change. our weweher looks fantastic. we will see more sunshine on saturday with highs again in the mid to upper 50s. then for sunday a frontal boundary will push through. that will knock our temperatures down a few degrees, but look for afternoon highs to stay well above normal for this time of year.early next week, highs are expected to stay in the 40s with a very nice mix of sun and clouds through the week.enjoy this very while it
3 we're in the final stretch until south carolina and nevada voters weigh in on the presidential candidates. quite a few hopefuls were part of town hall meetings last night. porter craig boswell is in columbia south carolina. 3 pkg gop frontrunner donald trump softened his stance on pope francis during a cnn town hall meeting thursday night. sot trump i have a lot of respect for the pope // he was very much misinterpreted and given false information.trump first went off on the pope
only about building walls ...and not of building bridges is not christian."(sot: donald trump) for a religious leader to question a person's faith is disgraceful. jeb bush, a catholic, said a person's faith is a private matter. (sotgov.jeb bush /r-fl) it's not appropriate to question donald trump's faith. ohio governor john kasich said it's the us's right to build a wall, but he'd rather see more bridges.(sot: gov. john kasich / r-oh) i'm prprpope. (craig boswell / cbs news lumbia, sc) donald trump holds a nearly two to one lead over ted cruz here in the latest cbs news poll of likely south carolina voters. (gfx) on the democratic side, hillary clinton has an 8 point lead over bernie sanders in the latest cbs national poll. but they're neck and neck in nevada, ahead of saturday's caucuses.oth clinton and sanders discussed immigration reform at an msnbc telemundo town hall in las vegas. (sot: hillary clinton/d-presidential candidate ) i was the first person to call out donald trump i said basta! enough! (sot: bernie sanders/d- presidential candidate) i want to take 11 million undocumented people in this country out of the shadows. will find out where they stand with voters on saturday. craig
3 an investment firm is working with a local non - profit group in the fight against alzheimer's disease.edward jones financial services will spend almost 5 million dollars over the next two years to support the mission of the alzheimer's association. the money will create the edward jones alzheimer's research fund... which will give funding for research to cure the disease. 3 "this is an exciting partnership with alzheimer's association and edward jones. this will provide more information, educational resources, and research possibilities to those living with alzheimers."3 edward jones will also be the nationwide sponsor of the annual walk to end alzheimer's. if you want more information about the alzheimer's association... we've got a link to its website in this story on siouxland news dot com. 3 3 iowa state university
michigan native (mahn - tay) monte morris is getting help for his hometown from hy - vee.yesterday... 11 hy - e semi's lined up at the hilton coliseum in ames... ready to hit the road to flint. five trucks were filled with bottled water and six had gallon water containers loaded up. the grocery chain's c c e - o heard morris ask people to donate to flint... and decided to take action. the 11 trucks were in honor of morris... who wears number 11 for iowa state. 3 "i'm emotional it brought a lot of tears to my eyes because don't nobody want their city to be like that and is 3 just hard. it's just hard to talk about."the trucks should get to flint today. morris says his mom will be there when the water's delivered. 3 the sioux city woman found face down in a snowy ditch near moville last month is finally out of the hospital.24 - year - old (shun
found january 13th by two woodbury county sheriff's deputies after going missing january 11th. she was hypothererc and had frostbite... she could still lose her fingers. another fundraiser to help hayes' family pay her medical bills will happen at the floyd bouelvard pizza ranch february 29th... from 4 to 8. 3 more than 12 - hundred kids go into foster care every day in the united states... showing up at their new home with just a sack of clothes. but now a local couple wants to change that. as our own siouxland news reporter r et - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran shshs us... this family is hoping to raise awareness *and* money to help foster kids. 3 janel and matt baker have always loved children. they've been fostering kids for awhile, and in 2014, when they found olivia.they knew, they would adopt her."she is about to turn two on march 19th. she will forever be with us." olivia's the family's bundle of joy."when we first got her, her belongings came in a trash bag or a box. and she was our third foster kid. our other two, the first one he didn't come with anything. they didn't have anything to bring us for him and then e second one he did come with some
with a blanket and a stuffed animal."so janel stepped up. this time adopting a new project that would foster kids. she's teaming up with a non-profit group..called together we rise, a team of motivated young adults and former foster youth. through the non-profit, she's raised enough money to cover thehecost of more than 50 duffel bags, packed with all the necessities for a foster child to transition from their home "alot of kids in foster care have seen their parents just arrested or you know, are living in a terrible situation. and this is something that will maybe ease a transition from one house to another."but the bags haven't arrived just yet.janel's been raising money for the last 30 days, and she's got about two weeks left in the project before the deadline."so we just appreciate if anybody feels like they would like to give back, that can contribute to the fundraiser. it's a really good cause."all she wants is for these kids to have better childhood and live a better life."and the goal is for the kids to return home. that is the end result, that's what foster's care for. you do want them placed back with
3 so far janel has raised enough money to cover 52 duffle bags s and she's hoping to get that number up before the deadline in two weeks. if you'd like to know more about how to help the cause... we've got a link to the "together we rise" campaign in this story on our website... siouxland news dot com. 3 another siouxland fundraiser is helping kids in need. 3 last night the sioux city musketeers had the 19th annual "face off for charity." the special dinner... where players arar the waiters... benefits the boys and girls
the event also includes a live auction of sports memorabilia. other auction items will also be up for bid at tonight's and saturday night's hockey games. 3 "we have great community support, sponsors, people in the community, and fans of the musketeers that continue to make this a success. so i and many years to come and will continue to get bigger and bigger. who knows maybe we will need a bigger auditororm at some point. haha."more than 600 ousand the boys and gls home and family services over the past 18 years. 3 an australian zoo welcomed yet another pair of tiny tigers.two female white tiger cubs got to their new purpose built kindergarten at dreamworld... in an exchchge program from japan. the nameless four - month old sisters will stay in quarantine for quite a few weeks before joining three other cubs.the cubs went on display
3 thynks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment...or want to find out any more information...you can find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... 3 3 get this... there's a canadian island opening its doors to peope who want to leave the country if donald trump becomes president. we'll show you why the island wants to attract new people. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 your trip to the bus stop is going to be very windy and
(genie) jeanne (mows) moos has the story of the website that's encouraging americans to come to a trump - free zone. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- when donald trump deals with protesters...(nat sound)"get him out."he doesn't mean out of the country. but for those who want to vovontarily leave....(rob calabrese)"hi americans. donald trump may become the president of your country. if that happens and you decide to get the hell out of there, might i suggest moving to cape breton island." (jeanne moos/cnn correspondent) "first of all, where is cape breton?"it's in nova scotia, along canada's eastern coast. (nat sound)boy is it beautiful. (rob calabrese/runs caca bretononf donald trump wins website)"and nobododhas a handgun."cape breton radio d-j rob calabrese is no donald trump fan. his "if trump wins" website started as a joke. come on up to cape breton... (rob calabrese/runs cape breton if donald trump wins website)"where women can get abortions, muslim people can roam freely, and the only "walls" are holding up the roofs of our extremely affordable houses."there are
do i immigrgre to canada?" though often...(rob calabrese/runs cape breton if donald trump wins weite) "they want to know if they can bring their cats to canada." the website has been flooded with hundreds and hundreds of inquiries.(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)"would you consider moving to canada if donald trump were elected president?"(woman)"i'm thinking berlin."(woman #2)"i would do it in a heartbeat. i would."(woman #3)"no i'm an american. i'm gonna stay here no matter who's prprident." (woman #4)"i'm moving to europe if he's'slected esident."but in cape breton, th need people.(rob calabrese/runs cape breton if donald trump wins website) "absolutely. we have an unsustainable population decline."housing is a bargain. we saw 3-bedroom waterside houses selling for 200- thousand, even 25-thousand dollars. sure, rob has gotten some angry emails from trump supporters.(rob calabrese/runs cape breton if donald trump wins webebte)"why would anyone want to move to canada? especially some isolated known-for-nothing place like cape breton."well it's known for something now. cape breton's motto...your heart will never leave.(nat sound) "get him the hell out of here
n-n(nat sound)"bye bye!"new york 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 a wind visory is in effect until 6pm tonight for winds at 30-40 miles per hour with gusts to 50. the strongest winds will be this morning and will calm down by sunset.look for highs today with sunny skies to top out around 60 degrees.for the weekend, not a lot is going to change. our weather looks fantastic. we will see more sunshine on saturday with highs again in the mid to upper 50s. then n for sunday a frontal boundary will push through. that will knock our temperatures down a few degrees, but look for afternoon highs to stay well above normal for this time of year.early next week, highs are expected to stay in the 40s with a very nice mix of sun and clouds through the week.enjoy this very nice weather while it lasts.
in about one in a 3 million births. 3 3 coming up... the parmesan cheese sold in stores could contain more than you thought. we'll show you how much filler could be in your cheese.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 sunrise.
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 i-29 and militaryhave 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 president obama and first lady michelle pay their respects to (ann - ton - in) antonin (scuh - lee - uh) scalia as his body lies in repose at the supreme court. the 79 - year - old supreme court justice died of natural causes over the weekend during a hunting trip to texas. (scuh - lee - uh)'s scalia's death has set off a fierce debate in washington and the campaign trail over who should replace
saturday.presidential candidates make their final pitch to voters ahead of south carolina's republican primary and nevada's democratic caucus. hillary clinton holds an eight point lead over bernie sanders nationally... but the two are neck and neck in nevada. donald trump is still holding a commanding lead over the g - o - p field... with john (case - ick) kasich and marco rubio in a virtual tie for third place.trump stepped back last night... hours after blasting pope francis for suggesting his plan to build a wall at the border is 'not christian.' at a town hall meeting in south carolina... the billionaire candidate called the holy father a wonderful guy... saying the press exaggerated *his* comments. pope francis also made headlines for suggesting contraceptives could be used to slow spread of zika virus. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the sports. 3 and here is what the folks in studio 57 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this
coming up, extreme skiers who make their living *behind* the camera. the risks they take to showcase the talents of others. that's coming up, on cbs this morning. 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 a wind advisory is in 6pm tonight for winds at 30-40 miles per hour with gusts to 50. the strongest winds will be this morning and will calm down by sunset.look for highs sunny skies to top out around 60 degrees.for the weekend, not a lot is going to change. we will see more sunshine on saturday with highs again in sunday a frontal boundary will push through. that will knock our temperatures down a few degrees, but look for afternoon highs to stay well above normal for this time of are expected to stay in the
sun and clouds through the week.enjoy this very nice weather while it lasts. 3 3 3 the parmesan cheese sold in stores could have more in it than just parmesan. companies use cellulose to keep it from clumping... but turns out some manufacturers also use large amounts of it as a filler. reporter michelle miller visited arthur schuman's cheese... a real cheese maker warning consumers about the fake cheeses that are out there. 3 supers: :trt - 1:27pkg(vo) whether sprinkled on pasta... shaved on salads... or grated
americans' appetite for cheese has been heating up for the last four decades.but experts believe some of the parmesan eaten by cheeselovers isn't real cheese...and its costing them (sot neal schuman / ceo arthur schuman inc cheeses) americans are probably consuming close to a hundred million pounds annually."neal schuman says cellulose, which is made from wood pulp, is a big culprit. while 2 to 4% is acceptable within the industry...bloomberg business found considerably more in 2 brands it tested. essential everyday 100% grated parmesan cheese, made by jewel-osco, was actually 8.8% cellulose... while wal-mart's great value 100% grated parmesan cheese came in at 7.8%. (gfx out)(sot lydia mulvaney/bloomberg commodities reporter)you're getting ripped off. it's not what you bargained for. wal-mart would not comment for this story, but jewel-osco told cbs it "...has pulled the essential everyday parmesan cheese from our stores as we continue to investigate the matter." (on cam tag: michelle miller/cbs news/fairfield, nj) to help consumers figure out which products are made of real cheese versus those that are loaded with fillers, schuman's has introduced this "true cheese" seal.they will be putting it on their products and are working to get others to adopt the seal as well.michelle miller, cbs
3 the food and drug administration says it takes economic fraud seriously. in 20 - 13 the agency warned a pennsylvania cheese maker its product did *not* actually contain *any* parmesan cheese. that company went bankrupt. 3 we know more this morning about the deadly stabbing of a sioux city man wednesday... after the suspect's first court appearance.47 - year - old elias wanatee was 3 in court yesterday morning on a charge of 2nd degree murder. prosecutors say he stabbed the victim six times from the head... to the arms... to the chest.a judge set his bail at
dollars.wanatee was arrested wednesday morning and charged with stabbing and killing 51 - year - old vernon mace during an argument outside mace's home on west 1st street. he's also been charged with aggravated assault and carrying a concealed dangerous weapon in a separate case. wanatee's next court appearance on the murder charge is february 29th... and weapon charges. 3 a sioux city family is homeless after an early - morning fire on the northside.just after four a - m yesterday fire crews . >> a sioux city family is homeless after a fire. fire crews found smoke on lafayette street. the people inside had gotten out. the fire was out quickly but it did a lot of damage. the fire was caused by a malfunctioning -- in the basement.
about a scam from people wanting to do yard work. a group of 2 to 4 white men in a light colored truck have been doing tree trimming and going into homes and stealing things. don't let them inside. call police if they act suspicious. the number of io ans -- iowans dying of heroin is going up. >> some call it an epidemic. death tolls are on the rise.
allow emt to use narcan with no legal liability. >> there's no liability on the part of the emergency rescue personel in administrating the drug which is designed to intercept how the heroin reacts. it deprives the individual of narcotics. >> it blocks the receptor site and takes the high away. overdoses of prescribed narcotics are seen. >> within 30 seconds to a couple minutes, maybe five minutes after you administer you should see results.
departments are considering using narcan. the sue city police -- sioux city police department are not using narcan. eddie george won the heisman trophy, you can see he's not a stranger to the spotlight. jim axelrod shows us he's in the spotlight again but on a different stage than when we met him. >> is everybody here. is everybody ready. hit it. >> former football star eddie george is no stranger to the spotlight. supplement -- it is a different stage when he won the heisman trophy before a nine year nfl career.
to say i played football, won a heisman trophy and died. >> he caught the theater buzz and worked his way up. drama classes, voice lessons and shakespeare in nashville before auditioning for broadway. >> what was important for me was that the ensemble didn't look at me for a gimmick. this is not just some bowl face name hired to get people in the seats. this is a legitimate song and dance guy. >> yes, he is.
>> did you get my trial date. >> i was not expecting what ed brought to the stage. >> you trust and go through the process and show up with the intention to do better and better, things will start to image. he could be talking football or bod -- broadway, he knows the snipe crate behind a great play. -- the secret behind a great play. a slow speed police chase with machinery. a man in florida is facing charges after this joy ride with a back he.
and drove up and down the bridge. can you call that a joyride. police are chasing him as he switched directions several times. deputies stopped the backhoe with spike strips. the driver was examined in the hospital and taken to jail. >> why was he driving the equipment? i can only imagine what he was thinking. seven races in seven days on seven continents. maybe faster than what we saw.
way into the record books. we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning. what's up moose? . dog. >> i dependent think about that, until you mentioned it. he will fly away. >> what do you have going on this morning. >> we're getting ready to go to the hard rock. might play someone live this morning. >> that's fun. >> go ahead. night. >> we had video from that. we were talking about kanye, do
>> not at all. >> he's in so much debt. $53million or something. >> my favorite meme is taylor swift, when you win your two grammys in one night, and kanye is begging for money. >> he may not have to beg too much longer, the philadelphia police department offered him a job, fit it was pizza hut, now it's a police department. >> really? >> what would he do there. >> they would hire him for $47,000 and he could be debt- free in 3122. >> he would be a police officer if. >> that would be a horrible idea. >> i'm not sure he has
>> can you imagine if a suspect got away, he would be like "i told you to stay till" stomping up and down. >> we have this other story about a baby sheep, and it only has two front legs. wait until this guy sits it down. >> two legs, a sheep. he walks on them. what? that's so weird. what? looks like he's holding a puppet. you heard of abs of steel before. looks like a chicken.
>> this is in the country of turek. his name means angel. he looks like a chicken or a puppet or something. that would make you do a double take. >> i think you can call him hop. something like that. that's cool. that makes you wonder what you do with your work out. >> pales in comparison. >> we'll talk to you after 8:00. >> 8:05 we'll do it again. hopefully plays buzz word. . >> the buzz word should be windy, if you look at the special, you can see it looks like yank tonight is on the -- yankton is on a ship.
area, that's good, we'll have sunny skies, 46 in sioux city. 41 in spencer and 47 in norfolk, the big story is the winds, wind speeds from 36 to 38 miles an hour, switching over to wind gusts, we've seen gusts up to 62 miles an hour in sioux land, we're looking at a few at 52 miles an hour range, that's the lean why we are under a wind warning here in the gold, in the tan is a wind advisory, the advisory goes to 6:00 p.m., we'll see the higher wind gusts, the highest wind will stay in the morning. we have a tight gradient, a pressure gradient when they are close together.
end of the day, once the lines start the separate. overnight, calm down quickly, pretty clear, allow to get cold, as we head into sunday the temperature will drop. windiest conditions this morning, we'll be sunny, 60 degrees for a high, gusts of 50 for the rest of the day, for the morning the 55 miles an hour wind gusts throughout the next two hours or so. 33 degrees and the wind will continue to come into tomorrow. tomorrow will feel warmer than today thanks to the calm winds. this morning we're introducing you to the first
of the most grueling tests of human endurance. the world marathon. seven marathons in seven continents in seven days. only the second woman to accomplish this feat. nora o'donnell shows how she pushed herself again and again. >> did you surprise yourself by finishing. >> i put in a lot of hard work, i knew i would finish. >> how exhausting was it. >> it was trying, i didn't use the word mrathon or mile and thought of it as another long run. >> 35-year-old spent over hours running, 183 miles on foot and
antarctica, chili, spain, dubai and australia. >> it's mental and physical. it's 70% mental and 30% physical. >> the mental challenge could be the biggest challenge. >> it's a mind game. you have to be comfortable being uncomfortable. >> did you have doubt. >> never. >> thas extraordinary. >> there was never a time i thought i can't finish this. this. >> 11 men and four women competed in the challenge. >> what pushes you to push the limit? >> my daughter, she's my inspiration. and she came up to me and said mommy finish strong.
you're a single mom, you have yes. how did you find time to run 100 miles a week. >> it takes a village and a lot of the workouts are before he wakes up or after she goes to bed. >> you have gotten a lot of e- mails. >> about a thousand. >> every one. >> people believe in me, when people believe in you, they write e-mails it means everything to me. >> that support from strangers was evident when she pulled a muscle. you fell asleep on the plane and had an injury. >> the airline stewardess would change the ice pack.
doing, water, anything we needed. >> what was the final marathon like? >> i was in pain. i never counted myself finished until i crossed the finish line. when i crossed the finish line i cried the last miles tears of joy. my boyfriend was holding the finish line tape and i was wrapped in a american flag. >> one of the greatest day of my life. >> averaging 10 hours on two continents the most memorable was the first. >> my favorite was in antarctica on a glacier. and this is the finish one.
>> the race record gave me an extra one i donated. >> i'll have these forever. i've never been injured with the exception of dubai. >> she planned to run the boston marathon in april for the 16th time. >> when you finished the world marathon and came home your town threw a parade for you. >> i got to ride on a fire truck, they named -- after me. it was a great day for the town. >> i felt like i triumphed. to represent our country and the amount of people that believed in me and told me i could do it. >> what did you learn? >> how to be strong and triumph. the state wrestling tournament is going on in des moines, you can watch it on our
the trip to the cat taylor" 3 a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm tonight for winds at 30-40 miles per hour with gusts to 50. the strongest winds will be this morning and will calm down by sunset.look for highs today with sunny skies to top out around 60 degrees.for the weekend, not a lot is going to change. our weather looks fantastic. we will see more sunshine on saturday with highs again in the mid to upper 50s. then . the big story will be the wind speeds. the cameras are bouncing around, we have high wind speeds, these are the wind gusts, 48 miles an hour in sioux city. 54 in yankton, these are tropical storm force wind gusts. we're under a high-wind warning in the gold. that's until 9:00 a.m. that's when the highest wind gusts are possible. if you are in the tan that will last until 6:00 p.m. when this goes away everyone will be in the tan. if you look at our headlines
continue until 9:00 a.m. this morning. 60 miles an hour wind gusts are possible, constant wind speeds from 25 to 50 miles an hour. if you're driving use extreme caution on north-south roads like i 29. a journalist makes an appearance on "madam secretary" ." >> fresh off their grammy win, little big town and chris stapleton are up for country music award, nominated for song of the year. the acm are april 3. cbs news contributor jane
interviewing the secretary of state. >> you want someone that will not sort of be winking at the camera. >> this character jane pauley comes with a specific agenda. this jane pauley works harder than the normal jane pauley does. harrison ford and ryan cause ring -- gosling works on blade runner. here's what we're talking about. james bond austin martin sold for 3 1/2 million dollars. >> i would have to say golden
weather and good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm tonight for winds at 30-40 miles per hour with gusts to 50. the strongest winds will be this morning and will calm down by sunset.look for highs today with sunny skies to top out around 60 degrees.for the weekend, not a lot is going to change. our weather looks fantastic. we will see more sunshine on saturdrd with highs again in the mid to upper 50s. then for sunday a frontal boundary will push through. that will knock our temperatures down a few . look at the satellite,
clouds, showers moving in, some places lincoln, seeing a shower, we'll be seeing those. wind gusts 48 miles an hour in sioux city. we've seen gusts up to 62 miles an hour here in sioux land. we're under a wind warning in our gold colorl the tan is a wind advisory. the wind warning 9:00 a.m. the strong winds will continue. today it will be windy, sunny but the good news we're going to get warm. other tech companies are weighing in on apple's battle against the government. >> a historic for the future of subscriber security is waging between silicon valley and law
the future have your privacy and the security of all software rests in the fate of the legal battle between apple and the fbi. apple has been ordered by a judge to help break into a locked iphone . apple is refusing. here's a quick break down of what the government is asking for the fbi is trying to access the locked lphone 5 c that belonged to syed farook. the shooter in a terrorist attack in december that killed 14 people. there's a pass code and if the fbi guesses the wrong pass code 10 times everything is wiped. the fbi asked a judge to make
a judge makes the order for an toll comply, asking apple to cut a security hold into the software. apple is refusing. tim cook issued a statement arguing this would undermind the security of all future phones. why not make a exception for this case. security experts say it's a back door exists, then it could be used again and again for the government for anything and software can bebe copied so anyone can use it to hack into your phone, security is pointless for all of us and that's why this is controversial, if you want to stop a terrorist you break all the rules. other tech companies want
protection. forcing companies to enable hacking could compromise privacy. what happens now. apple will fight this and it could go to the supreme court. in the meantime a judge could punish apple and hope the company cocolies. that's it for the tech news update. an investment firm is working with a local nonprofit group against alzheimer. they will spend $5 million in two years to support the mission of the alzheimer foundation. it will give funding for research to cure the disease. >> this is an exciting partnership with the alheimers
this will provide more information, educational resources, and research possibilities to those living with alzheimer's. evidence ward jones will be th nationwide sponsor for the walk to end alzheimers. for more information we've a link to the web site on siouxlandnews.com. the sioux city woman found face down near mobile is out of the hospital. shshwas found january 13th by 2 sheriff deputies after going missing january 11th. she had frostbite. she could still lose her fingers. another fundraiser to help pay for her medical bills will be at the pizza ranch february 29th, 4:00 to 8:00. 400 kids go to foster care
now a local couple wants to help. this family wants to raise awareness and money to help foster kids. >> janel and matt baker love children. they have been fostering kids for a while. when they found olivia they knew they would adopt her. >> she's about to turn two. she will forever be th us. >> olivia is abound elf joy. >> -- a bundle of joy. >> she was our third foster kid. the first didn't come with anything. they didn't have anything to bring for him, the second came with some possessions in a trash bag with a blanket and stuffed animal. janel adopted a new project to help to foster kids.
group called together we rise. she's ised enough money to cover the cost of 50 duffel bags packed with necessities for foster childs. >> a lot of kids in foster child have seen their parents arrested and leaving in a terrible situation, this is something that will maybe's the another. yet. she's been raising money and has two weeks left in the project before the deadline. >> we would appreciate it if anyone would like to give back and contribute to the fundraiser, all she wants is for the kids to have a better childhood and live a better life. >> the goal is for the kids to always return home. that's what foster care is for,
>> so far she's raised enough money for 52 duffel bags and hopes the money will raise. we have a link to the together we rise campaign in the story on our web site on siouxlandnews.com. another fundraiser is helping kids in need. the musketeers at the face-off for charity. a special dinner where players are the waiters benefits the boys and girls home and family service. it includes an auction of sports memorabilia. >> we have great tv support, sponsors and fans of the musketeers that continues to make it a success, i think we'll be back for many years to come. >> more than $600,000 have been
. >> tropical storm force winds out there. you can believe it. i'm not on a ship, that's the camera blowing in the wind. if you look at the satellite, we're clearing out quickly, there's a few bits of showers moving to union, lincoln and yankton county. that's a shower that will drape the northern half of us. 46 in sioux city. 47 in norfolk. the temperature warm up quickly. here's what we're looking at with sustained wind speeds. they have been higher and could be higher. we go to 9 average, we'll see the wind gusts get up there high. 50-mile an hour wind gusts in siouxland, 62 miles an hour wind gusts in multiple places this morning. be careful if you're out
we're under a high-wind warning until 9:00 a.m. that is a wind advisory until 10:00 a.m. if you're driving on the north- south roads it could cause accidents. we have a pressure gradiant causing the high winds. once these lines are farther apart it won't be as bad. into tonight we'll be calm and the clear skies allow us back into the 30s and the cold front by sunday dropping the temperature down into the beginning of nextxtweek. the windiest conditions will be this morning. but it will be sunny. 60 degrees for a high. don't rule out the 65 miles an hour wind gusts until 9:00 a.m. clear skies, winds until 33 degrees.
calm winds, 57 degrees. it ill feel warmer. we'll cool off beginning of next week. if you like to use your imagination, like the tools that help you use your imagination, you want to stop at the art center. good morning. we're talking the art of the brick. opens on february 20th at 10:00 a.m. when we open up to the public. we have a free reexception that evening from 5 to 7. we want all the families to come out. it's in town to may 8th. there's plenty of opportunity to see it many times. >> the kids will want to see it, because, it's kind of lego theme. >> yes it is.
bricks, he is from new york, city, he started off his career as a corporate lawyer, before that, he was playing with lego bricks, and discovered whatever he wanted he could create. he's carried that forward and has a creative outlet, when he came home from work he needed a creative outlet. he decided to take a huge step and become a sculpt or the in -- sculptor in lego bricks. >> what are some of the pieces. what are the things folks will see. >> i don't want to give too much away. it's surprising. he does human form, he's able
he has joyous pieces, some pieces that he conveys desperation. all from legos, he has pieces that are clouds and stars, things like that. he has 3-d sculptors -- and 2 d where he collaborated with a photographer and taken sculptors and put them in real world settings. it's very cool. >> how big are they? >> life-sized. oneself portrait that's the size of him. they are really neat. >> like you said, starting saturday. >> until may 8th. >> if they want to check out the exhibit what are your
>> tuesday through sunday, tuesday through saturday 10 until four. thursday night until 9:00 p.m., and sunday from one until 4:00. >> we talked about a hands on with this exhibit. >> that's the place that people adults. we have an interactive display called bricks and picks. we have some of the pieces from the permanent collection as pictures, and people can get inside from those andbility their own lego sculptures and take photographs. >> sounds like a great kept.
the . we've tropical force winds how that's going. if you look here, you can see 48 miles an hour wind gusts in sioux city. they have calmed down a a little bit which they will do once you get past 9:00 a.m. we've seen wind gusts past 60 miles an hour. that's why we're under a high- wind warning until 9:00 a.m. we're going to see the winds calm down.
under the high-wind warning until 9:00 a.m. we can see the 60 miles an hour wind gusts. tropical force winds are 25 to 45 miles an hour. use extreme caution when driving on north-south roads like i 29, it can cause accidents. time for a visit from the siouxland humane society. gypsy is here for this week's ray of hope. how's gypsy doing. >> she's great if you scratch her back. >> she's 8-year-old, a herding breed, kind of a mix, looks like an oreo cookie. very friendly and active for her age.
she apparently can get out of a lot of things. >> a little houdini. someone with a inferenced yard may be best for gypsy. she doesn't look like she's that sly. >> she's chilled out right now. otherwise she's on the go. very sweet girl, she was adopted a week ago and dropped back, she kept getting away. something you want to keep in mind. she is a sweet girl. she's spayed. potty trained. she can blend in as long as you can keep her contained. >> if you think she's a fit for your family. >> come down, we have rooms to meet her.
fill out paperwork and out the door they can go. >> do you have many dogs. maybe like six. a lot of bigger dogs. we're at 100% adoption rate. that's a great thing. we have under 10 cats too. that's pretty good. >> that's a good thing. they haven't stayed at the shelter long. except for bella. she's still there. she does deserve a home. anyone looking for a lab mix that needs attention, and they can't have little kids. she would be great. >> anything special coming up.
drag show. it's a great fundraiser. brings in a couple thousand dollars. we are reserving tables. >> call the shelter and reserve them. they are 12.50. it gets you close to the show. we have a silent auction with that. we have the rat dog races with the musketeers, if you have a dog under 25 pounds you would like the race across the ice. it's fun for the family. >> i think the dogs like it. >> last year was my first time and it was fun. >> thanks for bringing gypsy by. if you want to catch this segment find that on our web site siouxlandnews.com/sunrise. we'll look at the traffic news
here's a look at the weather to go, it will be a windy day today. gusts 50 to 65, 47 degrees by lunchtime, warm and windy, calming down by dinner time at 48. >> good morning, i have the traffic the go. officers will be running radar on military road and i 29 southbound. have a safe drive the work and school this morning. >> here's the news to go on friday, president obama and first lady michelle play their respects to antonin scalia as his body lies in repose. the supreme court justice died over the weekend during a hunting trip to texas.
over who should repress him. -- repress him. hillary clinton holds a lead over bernie sanders bernie sanders a nationally. and trump stepped back after blasting pope francis for suggesting his plastic bag for a -- plan for a wall at the border is not christian. he said the press exaggerated his comments. and check out siouxlandnews.com all day at work for the latest news, weather and sports. saying good-bye with gypsy this morning. she calms down when you pet her. she loves it.
>> she has not moved in five minutes. >> we know how to contain her now. >> she's so sweet. she's going to fit into any home if they have a fenced yard. she needs exercise. >> she needs exercise. she walks in and i thought she was a pigment she's kind of round, because of her color. it's all good if you want to make her part of your family you open at 10:00. >> yes. >> have a great weekend. captioning funded by cbs
2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump fires back at the pope on immigration and faith. a new poll shows his lead narrowing in south carolina. breaking news. american war planes target a major isis operative linked to two terrorist attacks. the bombings reportedly killed dozen. a helicopter crash in hawaii's pearl harbor. the race to trap those inside. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. if and when the vatican is attacked by isis, i can promise you that the pope would have wished and prayed that donald trump would have been president. >> trump takes on the pope. >> he also talked about having a wall is not christian. he has an awfully big wall at the vatican. >> defend the constitution! repeal obamacare! and kill the terrorists! >> just one more day of campaigning in south carolina.