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shouldn't stack up to much. the planner displays an afternoon high above 30 and a light snow chance. your forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " " fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less. the radar displays some clouds and a few snow showers will build into the region, but it shouldn't stack up to much. the planner " coming up this morning on abc9 news... small town caucus goers want to see changes... after the mass confusion invovling the razor thin results in the democratic field. " and speaking of the democratic candidates... hillary clinton and bernie sanders took to the debate stage in new hampshire... days before the primaries. a recap is coming up. " plus... a new piece of equipment coming to a local police
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on abc9 news this morning. "" lukas: good morning and thanks for joining us this friday... i'm lukas voss. the bernie sanders campaign in iowa is continuing to raise questions about the final results. "there maybe somom places where things weren't recorded quite accurately and maybe some numbers were accidentaly flipped and things like that. we just want to make sure everything is accurat, especially when we are talking about two tenths of a percentage point." the group is vowing to go by pcint to numbers reports of descrepencies from several caucus locations. lukas: from iowa, but some questions citing problems during mday's process. that includedeat least two mocratic precints in woodbury county. tim seaman has people say their precint delegate the clinton campaign, and they aren't sure
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"this system like i said is outdated we need to change it," said patrick west. west served as a captain in woodbury held in correctionville. like some others in iowa, he's questioning the way democratic caucus results are posted. "our precinct went for sanders. oto's precinct, the paper work was filled out showing they went for sanders and yet somehow the democratic party is reporting it for clinton," said patrick west. keane schwarz served as captain for that oto precinct, precinct 43. he was the only voter to participate and aligned with bernie sanders, but the state party results show the precinct being won by hillary clinton. "one person, i'm the only one on a sheet of paper very clearly filled out for this candidate with no oppisition and itit you become a hillary delegate," said keane schwartz. precints 40 and 43 were 2 of 6 held at the river valley high school. schwartz, west and fellow precinct co-captain stephen eitzen all say caucus night was a night of disorganization. "there wasn't a lot of discussion. at the end there was, but during the process we were just sitting there. in hindsight i would have gone over and said what are you guys doing," said eitzen.
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eitzen mentioned..... mass confusion concerning a potential 9-9 tie between clinton and sanders. "we went in there it was just a basic cafateria. lots of tables no direction just have a seat whereever you want," said west. the men say the precinct's lone o'malley supporter offered to switch support to clinton forcing a deadlock, but that person left the caucus prematurly. " you can't have votes that way it's just not resonable. i wanted her to have her opinion i wanted her to have her votre, but if she's already left the building and we can't confirm it, it can't be counted," said west. "never was there an announcement that some candidates were unviable and that there was a realignment period that they could realine to other groups," said eitzen. in the end, the captains signed off on a 9-8 win for sanders but the state democratic tally shows woodbury county precinct 40 awarded to clinton by that total. monday marked all three men's first caucus eerience. they told us they want to see changes in the iowa system but plan to
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"there needs to be more people step forward and question and make those numbers more available," said schwz. " it fit when it was just a bunch of old men smoking cigars drinking whiskey and arguing all night. it doesn'n'fit with modern lifesytles at," said west. ts abc 9 news. ts local 5 news we are iowa and in an email... sam lau, communications director for the iowa democratic party said: "we have been made aware of these concerns, we are working to get to the bottom of these cases, and we are reaching out to all parties involved to clear up any confusion." the party says they will not release any paper work used for internal purposes only. there is a link to the final results that were released by the iowa democratic
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on our website. you can find that at siouxland matters dot com. lukas: what was a tighly contested race in iowa ... now seems wide open in new hampshire according to a new c-n-n poll conducted after the iowa caucuses... bernie sanders holds a two-to- one lead over hillary clinton among likely new hampshire democratic primary voters. sanders stands at 61 percent support and is up by four per-cent from january lukas : and for the democratic presidential hopefuls... their last debate before the new hampshire primary was the most spirited one yet. hillary clinton and bernie sanders battled over their records on a host of isss and defended against each other's attack lines on the campaign trail. abc's bazi kanani has a recap. "the top two democrats face-to- face for the last time before the new hampshire primary ( clinton) i think it is time for you to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out. the candidates clashing over charges of not standing up to wall street. ( sanders) i helped lead the effort again deregulation. while hillary clinton
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about releasing the paid speeches to corporations... (clinton) i'll look into it. i don't have the status. she showed her muscle on foreign policy. (sanders) i fully concede that secretary clinton, who was secretary of state for four years, has more experience. but experience is not the only point. judgment is. (clinton) 21:58:55 "a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis," sanders again refused to go after clinton for her email controversy. (sanders) i will not politicize it. instead? going after her connections to the establishment. (sanders) secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans...." (clinton) senator sanders is the only person who, i think, would characterize me, a woman, running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the
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the republicans are up next. their final debate before the new hampshire primary is this saturday night, right here on abc. " when we come back... storm lake's police department is adding some new equipment to their uniform ... we'll have more after the break ... scott: we'll have... "" scott: jessica rae scott:
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snow today with a weak clipper system. saturday will be beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow right as many of us are sitting down to watch the big game.
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pressure will park itself over the great lakes for a couple of consecutive days sparking off strong northwest winds. today's high is 33 with light snow. tonight's low is 17. tomorrow's high is 37 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae snow today with a weak clipper system. saturday will be beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow right as many of us are sitting down to watch the big game.
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itself over the greaealakes for a couple of consecutive days northwest winds. with light snow. tonight's low is 17. tomorrow's high is here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: lukas: a siouxland police department is turning to new technology as a way of encouraging good behavior ...on both sides of the badge. police body cameras, a growing trend nationwide, are now a part of the storm lake force. abc9 news
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hall-va has more. it' s a growing trend among police forces nationwide-- body cameras. nono thanks to an annonymous donor-- storm lake officers will be wearing them as well. it cost about 32- thousand dollars to get the technology up and running-- and according to public safety director-- mark prossser-- the cameras will now be standard issue for each officer. "the process in moving forward in years to come is we'll have to factor those into our operational budget, to rotate that equipment, as it wears out or needs updates in future years. " footage from the cameras can help with a number of things-- ranging from evidence in a courtroom-- to training purposes. "it provides us that mumu more ability to capture information, capture video during incidents, during investigations and to also maintain a record of officers demanors." lt. chris cole says he's happy about the added surveilance-- it captures footage that dash cams can't-- and protects officers forced into hands-on situations. "a lot of people lie to the police, and uh when things go to court, a lot of time, it's the officers word against the suspect or the defendants word." seeing as how they pride themselves on transparency-- and protecting the public--adapting to
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isn't that big of a challenge for the storm lake p-d. "i'm confident in what our officers do and how they uh prprent themelves and how ey react to situations. i believe the video will substantiate that and show that they're making the right decisions in court or to the community when questioned." lukas: and in order to protect privacy... public safety will not make the footage available to the gener public... without a court not mama the footage available to the general public... without a court order. lukas and the goal of any law enforcement agency... is to keep people safe. for woodbury county, a well- trained swat unit is part of that mission. officers train every month to ensure readiness in case of an emergency. just last month they took advantage of an abandoned farm house ... simulating a possible threat... using the opportunity to
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have access to a in use or any facility that we can use that we can use t sharpen our tactics we take when we can." coming up later on in the show... you'll see m min- depth report on their training efforts and why woodbury county officers say it's vital to being ready when needed. " lukas: coming up.... hink you are disorganized and you're house is a mess? well .. we'll have a couple of tips for you right after
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internet to thousands of low-income americans free of charge. that started earlier this week in kansas city where 13-hundred households received a free subscription. in total, google fiber will be giving away more than a million dollars a year in services in kansas city alone. it's part of a plan launched by the white house last summer, aimed at connecting low- income households to
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are you in a battle against clutter? you are not alone. 25% of americans with two-car garages have so much stuff that they can't even fit in their car. and the desire to declutter is fueling an international trend... people trying to "spark joy" in their lives bybyemoving some of the stuff... but where do you start? abc's lana zak may have some answers. "it is said humans adore chaos because we seek to produce order in our lives.... nats- twins perhaps that's why [gfx] the #1 & 2 bestsellers on the self-help list are by marie kondo, a japanese organization guru... according to one estimate, we spend a total of 37-hundred hours rummaging through clutter, searching for items we've misplaced. lisa overwhelming. actual work stuff all in the same teeny-tiny little space. a message heard again and again-- caitlyn i just tend to keep the other people organized and then forget about myself. keisha i get too tired, then i don't do
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house is a disaster. i enlisted the help of professional organizer amy dobson to teach us her expert secrets. ad: gfx 2: amy says the first tip --don't over think it. amy sot:t:ort everything into keep/to do...donate...or trash recycle gfx 3: next--know what you use [gfx: know what you use] [add: turn hangers to show use] turn your hangers around. that way you can see what you actually wear and what you don't wear. gfx 4: her third tip--design systems with the whole family in mind... one parent couldn't get her kids to put away their laundry. their compromise was they didnt have dressers they just had alot of bins. and they could get the clothes in the bins they werent folded but it didnt matter because it wasn't in
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anymore. amy says one of the organize for are frustrated when structure. and if some more researcher found cluttered kitchens prompted people to eat 44% more snack food than a kitchen and decluttered. lukas: lukas and scott are chatting about these tips on organizing your life. lukas and scsct are chatting about these tips on organizing your life. lukas and scott are chatting about these tips on organizing your life. lukas and scott are chatting about these tips on organizing your life. scott:good morning siouxland. temperatures are in the single digits and teens. the winds are your life. lukas and scott are chatting about these tips on organizing yoyo life. lukas and scott are chatting about these tips on organizing fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less. the radar displays some clouds and a few snow showers will build into the
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shouldn't stack up to much. the planner displays an afternoon high above 30 and a light snow chance. scott: here's a quick fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less. the radar displays some clouds a a a few snow showers will build into the region, but it shouldn't stack up to much. the planner displays an afternoon high above 30 and a light snow chance. scott: here's a quick fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less. the radar displays some clouds and a few snow showers will d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... cheyenne
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so again... mind that speed. " " lukas: still to come... we'll head to the university of iowa... we're new prayer rooms for muslim students are now open. details on what students think...
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on the campus of the university of iowa now have a place to pray the muslim student association held an inauguration ceremony to open their new prayer rooms. reporter brea love was their for the opening... " more than 30 thousand students attend the university of iowa.
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campus is constantly packed with people. which makes finding quiet area to pray, hard for studentnt lili mohammad ismail. mohammed ismail student whenever i was looking for a room, i kinda would go through the imu and try to find something that's available, which is not the case like at 2 or 2pm, or i'd have to go on top of a staircase and just pray there and hope that no one would walk by and start asking me questions, because we can't talk when we pray." many other msa members felt the same way. that's when the group decided to reach out. after a month of discussion and planning with university officials, they found a solutionon lyn redington dean ofoftudents "we identified a couple of rooms that have been used as offices since the flood that happened many years ago. they e no longer needed for offices so we're able to change those to prayer and meditation spaces." two new completely renovated rooms. one for men and another for women. ismail says getting this space is a step forward for not
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whole. "it's just nice having a room where anyone can go and have a quiet place to pray. i'm hoping that other people other students will use it a lot as well. hopefully it will allow for other muslim students on campus to get involved the msa." "if there are other religious groups that need that space to pray at i think that the university will see a need for them then they'll be fine with them and i think that's a good thing for everne on campus." redington agrees this is a chance for other groups on campus to be aware they can also express their needs, and their voices will be heard. "the big thing is ask, come talk to us, tell us what we're missing, tell us what their wanting, tell us what their vision is and how we can help and how we can support them, and we certainly will do what we can." " lukas and a day after visiting a mosque in baltimore... president obama spoke at his last national prayer breakfast as president. emphasizing a need to overcome fear through faith. "fear can lead us to lash out against those who are different or lead us to try to get some sinister "other" under control. alternatively, fear can lead us to succumb to despair
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the president also celebrated the return of pastor saeed ah- bed-ini to the united states, following his release from an iranian prison. he also praised faith groups for their work combating human trafficking and welcoming refugees. the prayer breakfast gives people across the political spectrum a chance to talk about how faith has shaped their lives. lukas many supported the president's trip to the mosque... but republican presidential candidate jeb bush did not feel the same way "i don't think it's divisive to go and speak at a mosque, i'm surprised it took his 8th year to do it, the bigger issue is what have you done to deal with isis?" bush went on to say that he understands the importance of muslims that are american citizens ... destroying isis however should remain the priority. " " lukas: coming up.... we'll rejoin the
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house... and check in with the ongoing battle between republicans donald trump and ted cruz. the political beat is up next. scott: " "
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let's get a check of conditions outdoors via our skycams in sioux city and storm lake, iowa. temperatures are in the single digits and teens. there's some freezing fog, so be safe! here's the stormcast hd where we can expect a little bit of light snow today with a weak clipper system. saturday will be beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow right as many of us are sitting down to watch the big game.
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pressure will park itself over the great lakes for a couple of consecutive days sparking off strong northwest winds. today's high is 33 with light snow. tonight's low is 17. tomorrow's high is 37 with sunshine. here's the 7 day foreca. jessica rae scott: lukas: lake, iowa. temperatures are in the single digits and teens. there's some freezing fog, so be safe! here's the stormcast hd where we can expect a little bit of light snow today with a weak clipper system. saturday will be beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow right as many of us are sitting down to watch the big game. an area of low pressure will park itself over the
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couple of consecutive days sparking off strong northwest winds. today's high is 33 tonight's low is 17. 37 with sunshine. forecast. scott: lukas:ted cruz. the political beat is up next. the single digits and safe! here's the stormcast hd where we can expect a little bit of light snow today with a weak clipper system. saturday will be beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow right as many of us are sitting down to an area of low itself over the couple of sparking off strong
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today's high is 33 with light snow. tonight's low is 17. tomorrow's high is 37 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: lake, iowa. temperatures are in the single digits and teens. there's some freezing fog, so be safe! here's the stormcast hd where we can expect a little bit of light snow today with a weak clipper system. saturday will be beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow right as many of us are sitting down to watch the big game. an area of low pressure will park itself over the great lakes for a couple of consecutive days sparking off strong northwest winds. today's high is 33 with light snow. totoght's low is 17.
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here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: lukas: the new hampshire primaries are just five days away... and it's turning into a vicious battle between candidates. murray has more trying to win over the state... by downplaying the other candidates - and also showing off a little bit of their fun side. "donald trump still on top in new hampshire donald trump, (r) candidate) "folks, the beginning, we're country back!" fire from iowa presidential candidate) "donald trump is very
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before new hampshire, cruz is unloading everything he can at trump.looking to bite into the sinessman's lead. ( ted cruz, (r) presidential candidate) "he told the entire world he was gonna win iowa and then he didn't win." today, trump's not quite predicting victory. (donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "i dunno if i'm gonna win, but i have a good chance." as he tries to fend off his rivals in the granite state. (donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "it's called crunch time, right?" trump, using some bombastic language to slam his fellow contenders as insincere politicians. (donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "these people, i'd like to use really foul language, i won't do it. i was going to say they're full of , but i won't say that. no it's true!" all while cruz aims at trump's core. using jimmy carter's suggestion that he would prefer a president trump over cruz. (jimmy carter) "if i had a choice between cruz and trump, i think i would choose trump." and turning it to his advantage. (ted cruz, (r) presidential candidate) "jimmy carter yesterday he said 'between donana trump and ted cruz, i would support
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explained why - carter said because trump was malleable. he doesn't have any core beliefs, so he'll work with us and do what we want, but cruz - that guy believes this stuff!" for some republicans - new hampshire could be their last shot at victory. ( jeb bush, (r) republican candidate) "we haven't even gone to the first primary yet - i would say - take a chill pill." and now is the time to punch up. with marco rubio moving up to second place in new hahashire, chris christie is throwing everything he has at him. even embracing, as he painting his marco rubio's anti-abortion views as too extreme. (chris christie, (r) presidential candidate) "he's made it very clear that on the issue of pro-life that marco rubio is not for an exception for race... rape, incest, or life of the mother. now i think that's the kind of position that new hampshire voters would be really concerned about." with sleep-deprived candidates spending weeks on the trail, the campaign was
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( marco rubio,o,r) presidential candidate) "every ad is either for a politician or for geico. you know the one with the guys fighting on the roof - have you seen this one? and the mom calls them she says the squirrels are back...ok, i'm way off topic." (donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "seriously. who would wanna leave the white house? although, i'm building a hotel right next door which is also located on pennsylvania ave. you know i have my alternative if this doesn't work out, i'll still be on pennsylvania avenue. one way or the other." (ted cruz, (r) presidential candidate) "would it kill republicans to tell a joke? actually for some of f em i think it might. have some fun." lukas: rick santorum, rand paul and mike huckabee all dropped out of the republican race this week - santorum announced he is supporting marco rubio. no word yet on who the other former candidates might endorse. lukas: and the war of words between the two top republicans has led to a new word to enter our lexicon... courtesy of ted cruz "sen. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate
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another trumpertantrum." and while the internet has blown up online ... mostly making fun of trump ...the billionaire says he actually loves the e rase! "(donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) i haven't. actually i love that phrase. i actually like that phrase. that's good, i better trademark. we need a strong tone these days. i don't have tantrums. you can't build great businesses and have relationships i have if you have tantrums. cruz coined the term after trump lashed out at the cruz campaign after coming in second in the iowa caucuses lukas: vice president joe biden made history, as the first vice president to have a facebook page. biden posted pictures on his page thursday... including the day he was sworn in as vice president. biden's first facebook post came on world cancer day. the cause is near to biden's heart after his son, beau biden, died of brain cancer in may last year. president barack obama has tapped biden to lead a
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cancer. the vice president says he'd like the to discuss issues that matter." " there's great hope, there's great possibilities and i'd like to share them with you but i'd also in your mind to help you." president obama also has a personal facebook page... that launched in november. lukas: if you see a lot of folks wearing red today, here's why -- it's national go red day! the american is working to of the toll ... heart disease takes on women. they're asking women to wear red and donate to help fund research. the group says heart disease and strokes kill a woman every 80 seconds... the vast majority of these event however ... are preventable. you can learn more at go-red- for-women dot org. mercy medical center is participating in the holiday. make sure to tune in to our midday show for a special report. lukas: and punch out cancer is the official theme for a cancer fundraiser in norfolk. here's susan risinger with the details. "a decision by the
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has been appealed to madison county district court. the appeal was filed wednesday by the attorney for vulcraft. the dispute concerns land a local church wants to purchase that is in an industrial area. norfolk fire chief scott cordes is reminding area residents to clear snow from around any fifi hydrants on their property. those unable to clear the snow themselves are asked to call the fire division for assistance. the theme for this year's fundraiser to fight breast cancer is "punch out cancer." sponsored by the organization "for the girls," this year's event will be held february 17th in the divots devent center. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " lukas: coming up in sports...national signing day ... turned into days this week. we'll head to sioux center, hinton and heelan to find out who's heading where next year. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast...
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game" without one of its biggest stars, tony stewart has announced he won't be racing in the daytona 500 ... the season kickoff to the sprint cup. that's after he suffered a burst fracture in his vertebrae. no timetable as to when he will return. stewart announced he'd be done racing after this season ... just a few months prior to the now possibly season ending injury lukas: siouxland is home to some great high school yesterday ten letters of intent. here's chris with the run down. chris friday everybody. snow forced several siouxland seniors to delay their signing day celebrations until yesterdayday. one of those was sioux center's ko kieft who's heading to minnesota to play for the golden gophers. this past season kieft threw for just short of 2000 yards and 19 touchdowns and added 11 more scores on the ground.
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kieft as a tight end/h-back and he's excited to play big time college football. ko kieft--"i think it's just the chance to play fbs football, to play in the big ten has always been a dream of mine. to play schools like iowa and ohio state, thats just a chance you really can't pass up. it's really nice to get it done and i really love the coaches and the place." chris palmquist--congratu lations to ko. seven heelan crusaders also signed national letters of intent today. branden hohenstein passed up scholarship offers to d-2 and fcs schools to accept a walk-on spot at nebraska. opportunity he branden been a lifetime fan of nebraska and it's just been one of my nebraska. so i decided why not give it a shot. it's
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finally get a chance to show them what i can do." chris palmquist--"he's not the only crusader heading to a division 1 school... lauren bleeker will head down highway 20 to continue her soccer career at the university of northern iowa. even with a coaching change at uni, she says its a good fit. lauren bleeker--"i'm very excited. i decided about a year ago that i--that it would be the best fit for me. i felt like because i've had family members go there, that it was familiar to me." chris palmquist--"five other crusaders also committed to division two schools . jensen froehlich is heading to sioux falls to play for augustana. in football, odessa clark will head across the river and suit up for wayne state next season. elsewhere in the nsic, will karrer will head to the university of mary to play football and baseball. jake noel will suit up for the defending
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from northwest missouri state. and john oakley will continue his football career with southwest minnesota football. congratulations again to all. up the road at hinton, standout offensive lineman burke prins accepted a forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. temperatures are in the single digits and teens. the winds are fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less. the radar displays some clouds and a few snow showers will build into the region, but it shouldn't stack up to much. the planner displays an afternoon high above 30 and a light snow chance. lukas thanks scott... consumers will fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less. the radar displays some clouds and a few snow showers will build into the region, but it shouldn't stack up to much. the planner displays an afternoon high above 30 and a light snow chancnc fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or
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displays some clouds and a few snow showers will build into the region, but it shouldn't stack up to much. the planner displays an afternoon high above 30 and a light price for a new oil tax... that the obama administration is seseto announce. kendis gibson and reenenninan have the details. hey, good morning. toppining "america's money" -- enjoy the low gas prices while youcan. dpr president obama is proposing a $10 a barrel tax on oil to fund transportation projects. >> it's doubtful it will get the green light from congress. some new saladsrom mcdonald's have more calories d fat than the big mac. >> you factor in the buttermilk chick.
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it adds up to 710 calories mpared to 540 in a big mac. and the big game just days away. that cou mean a lot of lost productivity. >> in recent years, an average of 6% of americans call out sick the monday after the football game. >> sales of antacids go up super bowl weekend. >> a lot of digestion taking place on sunday. and that's "america's
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world. between emails... facebook and there's always check up on. reporter valerie tiesanner met a family who is going off the grid. "(nats sounds of various digital / phone notifications) (marci hosier "i'm an avid user of it." (quick shots of icons/screens)
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linkedin... and snapchat. marci hosier does it all. she has to - for her marketing job. but over time... marci's found herself online more and more for personal reasons... (marci hosier "its just like a little bit more a little bit more." it's an easy way to connect with family and friends living all over the country. (marci hosier "you post something on facebook and immediately want to know how many people liked it how many people viewed it." the digital world is constantnt changing... something always new to see. (marci hosier "at sporting events you go to a baketball game and your kid gets called out first thing you do is go back to your phone and then you're likoh wait my kid is back in." that pull... even more pronounced in kids. ( aiden hosier "first thing i touch is my ipad the last thing i put down is
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he can... watching gaming videos . (nats -- aiden playing on ipad??) (aiden hosier "it gives me tips so when i play it i can do more stuff if i watch more videos." 12 year old - morgan - avoids phone calls... preferring to text... or snapchat. ( morgan hosier "at school since we're allowed to be on our phones at lunch all my friends are always on snapchat taking pictures of each other and posting them." barry hosier... uses social media to connect with his restaurant's customers. but he also sees it pullllg his family of four away from each h other. ( barry hosier "cell phone ringing all the time or i have to answer this email or who's emailing me now..." hoping to rediscover something that's been lost... his family created "no cell zones" in their home. (barry hosier "we decided when we sit down to dinner all of us we're going to go 20 minutes without any
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the kids... glad to have their mom back. (morgan hosier "good so that mom doesn't have to replplto her emails anymore." tonya anderson... a counselor advocate... says too often she sees people looking at their phones instead of at each other. pushing past the digital divide... starts with one easy step. ( tonya anderson "sitting your child down looking them in the eyes just practing that i know it sounds so simplistic but its a beginning." crucial she says talking about the (tonya anderson "v"vy serious converertions are happening over text without the use of emotions o ofacial expressions or being your day where tablets and phones are put away.... they suggest experimenting going without your phone for a short period of time. soon - you can move to blocking off larger amounts of time when you don't need to be connected. jessica rae lukas and scott are unplugging.
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unplugging. lukas and scott are chatting about unplugging. lukas and scott are chatting about unplugging. a little bit of light unplugging. lukas and scott are unplugging. lukas and scott are chatting about unplugging. scott:we can expect a little bit of light lukas and scott are chatting about unplugging. lukas and scott are chatting about unplugging. lukas and scott arar chatting about unplugging. scott:we can expect a little bit of light snow today with a weak clipper system. saturday will be beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow right as many of us are sitting down to watch the big game. an area of low pressure will park itself over the great lakes for a
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consecutive days sparking off strong northwest winds. today's high is 33 with light snow. tonight's low is 17. tomorrow's high is 37 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: adlib lukas: " " coming up in our six o'clock hour... now that the iowa caucuses have come and gone... we'll have a beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow right as many of us are sitting down to watch the big game. an area of low pressure will park itself over the great lakes for a couple of consecutive days sparking off strong northwest winds. today's high is 33 with light snow. tonight's low is 17. tomorrow's high is 37 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast. beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow
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watch the big game. an area of low pressure will park itself over the great lakes for a couple of consecutive days sparking off strong northwest winds. today's high is 33 with light snow. tonight's low is 17. tomorrow's high is 37 with sunshine. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: beautiful and much warmer. sunday, we can expect another little wave of snow right as many of us are sitting down to watch the big game. an area of low pressure will park itself over the great lakes for a couple of consecutive days sparking off strong " " coming up in our six o'clock hour... now that the iowa caucuses have
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report on why they are so important to the political process " plus... big news for parents who have children with autism... a new bill has been introduced at the state capital. details are coming up in our next
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