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lukas cautiously. the 30s throughout the region. we have a between 5 and 10 dayplanner shows lower 40s. lukas scott: thanks scott lukas service... uber kalamazoo, michigan shooting suspect worked for the company. uber released a statement saying the 45-year-old had passed a background check. but the e mpany did not address reports saying-- dalton picked up fares in between shooting incidents. kalamazoo public safety said they are investigating those reports. at least e eht people were shot-- saturday night-- in three locations in kalamazoo. six of the victims were killed. lukas: bill cosby's wife camille is scheduled to give her deposition in a
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against her husband later this morning. the comedian's attorneys are still fighting to stop it... but at this point, the deposition is expected to go ahead at nine a-m eastern in springfield, massachusetts. eight women have sued bill cosby for defamation. they claim h h portrayed them as liars, after they publicly accused him of sexually assaulting them. they're among 50 women who have raised sexual misconduct allegations against cosby ... he denies any wrongdoing. lukas: should gun manufacturers be held responsible for victims of gun violence? the families of the children who lost their lives in the sandy hook shooting believe so... and are taking gun makers to court. a judge will consider that argument later today when the lawswst brought by sandy hook families goes to court. reporter deborah feyerick has details. "it lasted less than five minutes. but when the shooting at sandy hook elementary finally stopped - 20 children and 6 educators lay dead. one was david wheeler's seven year old son benny. his other son, who was nine, was also there. ( david wheeler, suing
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"he spent that entire time hiding in a box of t-shirts in the supply closet. and he heard every round. and one of to me was, 'how many dad? how many were there?' and i said 'there was one guy.'" fifty four rounds fired from an ar15 high-powered, semi- rifle -- a weapon originally created and designed by the us military to be fully automatic and ( jackie bararn, suing gun manufacturer) 3 to 8 8ullets in them and you think, "there's something jackie barden's six- was also killed. both parents are part of a potentially precedent setting lawsuit, alleging -- remington,ts distributors & sellers have a legal obligation to safely market such a dangerous product. instead, the lawsuit says gun makers do the opposite --using adrenalin-fueled ads and targeted- product-placement in video games like call of duty - which the sandy hook gunman played repeatedly before the rampage. (david wheeler, , ing gun manufacturer) "i would like to see them to stop looking at violent prone young men as their ideal customer." (jackie barden, suing gun manufacturer) "it's their target." the lawsuit focuses on a 2005 law passed
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protects gun manufacturers from liability if, essentially, a firearm is "misused" in a crime to kill people. remington declined cnn's request for comment citing pending litigation. however, in papers to dismiss the suit, their lawyers argue the 2005 law "provides complete immunity to the remington defendant here." since 2012, the ar-15 has been used in seven of america's deadliest shootings which together claimed 79 lives; they include the aurora movie theater, and most recently san bernadino's isis inspired rampage. ( deborah feyerick) the gunman used a firearms that maybe, just maybe, your children would have survived?" (jackie bardenensuing gun manufactcter) "he chose that to."
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"he had other firearms on his person and in his car and he didn't use them, he didn't take them. he knew what he was doing and he knew what he wanted to do. lukas: remington is trying to have the case dismissed. if they fail... the gun manufacturer could face trial a trial in connection to the shooting lukas a sioux city woman is now in custody for allegedly stabbing a man and a woman with a knife wednesday night. the sioux city police department said officers arrested alicia slatton n two felony couous of willful injury in connection with an incident that happened on the
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of lafayette st. although police initially said they were looking for two female suspects ... officers do not anticipate any additional arrests in the case. sioux city police identified the victims as 39- year-old dennis hagemann and 26- year-old katrina hess ... both of sioux city. " " lukas: still to come... if you are a fan of ice fishing ... your season is almost over ... well it might be over now ... we'll tell you why you should stay off the ice .. all next scott: we'll have... "y're watching abc9 news th morning... lukas voss... and scott larson.... this is abc9 news this morning. " ""
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sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultural land may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1 overnight into early tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle
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have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skiesnd some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrrr's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. lukas: sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultal land may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd showsthat we have a quietet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix ances - 1 overnit into early tuday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly
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some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's h hh is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. lukas: sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultural land may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor chances - 1 ernight into early tuesday and another evening. and it'll be cloudy and co. tomorrow's high is it was certainly a beautiful... warm weekend in central iowa ... but for some it's also the end of their favorite winter activity ... ice fishing ... especially because there is danger lurking on the thin ice ... reporter jacob peklo explains ... "(natural sound of
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probably 10, 12 feet shoreline." matt bruner has been a conservation officer with the iowa department of natural resources for a decade now. (natural sound of mama:) "the water's clearly melted here along the shoreline." responsibilities during the winter months is to monitor the waters, to help people determine go ice fishing. dnr conservation clue shod be the melting around the shorelines. if you're accessing the ice, stay off it." bruner says the ice is still thick, but not nearly as strong as it was earlier this (natural sound of matt:) "it's not strong ice, and of course it can't be trusted for holding up the weight of us and the ice isn't even ramp, it's disappearing. (natural sound of now, the lake is water is starting to flow like it did just a few months ago. bruner's advice to but one ice shack in creek lake didn't get that memo in time. matt bruner, iowa dnr conservation officer: "with the shack on top of there and then the heat that it retained,
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with strong ice surrounding it." although there aren't many ice anglers to be found, grand view sophomore zach advantage of this trip to the shoreline. zach martin, grand vivi sophomore: "pretty much wanted to get oututf the dorm room for a couple of hours." (natural sound of reel rotating) he's from seattle, so the opportunity to head outside was too good to pass up. zach martin grand view sophomore: "the temperatures are usually more moderate. there's not as much ice on the lakes, so it's kind of all year round there." and he might not be the only one who got an early start some ice fishing in before the year is done ... bruner suggests going north to places like clear lake or okoboji. lukas: " coming up.... a lock of hair ... for a hair raising sum of money? stay tuned to find out why people are spending a lot of money on this unique item ... " " lukas: plus... we'll begin our week of oscars previews by looking at the best actor race. will leo finally take home the gold? find out what we
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the rapper, whose real name is curtis jackson, driven into bankruptcy by lawsuits. lukas: you have to have said about a four-inch lock of his hair sold on saturday... dollars. a director at heritage auctions in dallas described it as - quote - "the largest lock of ever offered at auction." a hair dresser on the set of "how i won the war" -- starring lennon -- clipped the beatle's hair for the movie part. that was back in 19-67. lukas: harrpotter actress emma planning a break from acting... and ferris bueller is getting celebrate the movies 30th anniversary. reporter david hollywood hehelines. " no one's paying attention." "the banks got greedy, and we can profit off of their stupidity." an award you've probably never heard of may have oscar for "the big
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won the university of southern california's "scripter award," for the year's best cinematic adaptation of the written word. so what? so the last five winners, including "the imitation game," "12 years a slave," and "argo," went on to win the adapted screenplay oscar. (nat) emma watson's year off! the british actresesand u-n women goodwill ambassador says she's taking a year away from acting. in an interview with feminist bell hooks published in "paper" magazine, watson says she'll spend that time working on her "he for she" campaign for gender equaty, and what she calls "personal development," including reading at least one book a week. (singing) "well, shake it up, baby..." and it's been 30 years since "ferris bueller's day off," so get ready for "ferris-fest," a celebration in chicago, where the film takes place. events planned for the may y ekend include a screening, a tour of fifiing locations, and a re- creation of that famous parade scene. with the hollywood minute, i'm david daniel. luka this year's list of
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stacked. nearly all have won an oscar... or have been nominated before. but many eyes are on leonardo diprio... and whether the 5-time acting nominee ll finally take home the gold statue.e. abc's brandi hitit has a preview. "they are hollywood's leading men... nats - (red carpet photographers) ...competing for oscar gold. eddie redmayne, best actor nominee this year's "best actor" nominees include -- brian cranston... matt damon... leonardo dicaprio... michael fassbender... and eddie redmayne... fresh off his win... last year. (from ceremony, 2015) damon - starring in "the martian" -- is also an oscar winner... taking home 1998's "best original screenplay"... alongside friend ben affleck. (from ceremony, 1998) matt damon, best actor nominee this is fassbender's second nomination -- playing the role of "steve jobs." nats - (from film: "trumbo") and "trumbo's" --
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oscar? ever. bryan cranston, best actor nominee nats -- ("the revenant" but this year's favorite is di- caprio... in the brutal drama -- "the revenant."leonardo dicaprio, best actor nominee leslr, abc news digital entertrtnment editoror look -- that dicaprio in 1994?nominated for "what's eating gilbert grape... then "the aviator"... "blood diamond"... and "the wolf of wall street"... sot -- lesley messer, abc news digital entertainment editor in fact -- dicaprio has already won countless awards for "the revenant" -- including a golden globe... and sag award. find out if he takes home his first oscar... sunday. brandi hitt -- abc news -- hollywood. lulus: scott: lukas and scott are chatting about the best actor race. lukas and scott are chatting about the best actor race. lukas and scott are chatting about the st actor race. lukas and scott are
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scott:good monday morning siouxland. lukas and scott are chatting about the best actor race. lukas and scott are chatting about the best actor race. lukas and scott are chatting about the best actor race. scott:good monday morning siouxland. we have some fog and mist draped over lukaand scott are atting about the best actor race. lukas and scott are chatting about the bestctor race. lukas and scott are chatting about the best actor race. scott:good monday morning siouxland. we have some fog and mist draped over the area so drive cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout lukas and scott are chatting about the best actor race. lukas and scott are chatting about the best actor race. lulus and scott are chatting about the best actct race. scott:good monday morning siouxland. we have some fog and mist draped over the area so drive utiously. temperatures are in
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the region. we have a pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the dayplanner shows off a high in the lower 40s. scott: cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have a pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the dayplanner shows off a high in the lower 40s. here's a quick temperatures are in the 30s throughout pretty calm wind miles per hour. the off a high in the temperatures are in the 30s throughout the reon. we have a pretty calm wind miles per ho. the waking up and
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workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... stone ave. and on morningside ave. so again... mind that speed. lukas: thanks scott... an iconic videde game is marking 30 years with a number of new releases kendis gibson and reena ninan hape the details. hey, there. in today's "techbytes" -- new blockbuster phones unveiled a the mobile world congress in spain. >> first the samsung galaxy s7 and s7 ge. and they mark the return of the micro slot. and the lg g5 includes a removable battery that can be swapped out for a range of access sis. >> including the camera plus and
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and it's major anniversary for the legend of zelda. video game players have b been saving the princess for 30 years now. >>nd the legend doesn't look like i is going t end anytime so, with threeee games due this year, including the next big adventure on the wii you. >> adult men, rejoice. those are your tbts tbs. >> have a great day. my merate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis made a simple trip to the grocery store anything but simple. so finally, i had an important conversation with my dermatologogist about humira. he explained t tt humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to my symptoms. in clinical trials, most adults saw 75% skin clearance. and the majority were clear or almost clear in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability
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mood for some southe cooking tonight? well howard has a special recipe that will become a staple on your dinner table. take a look ... "if you've ever had a chance to grab a bite to eat in north carolina, then you've probably had sweet potato biscuits. for those of you who've never had the pleasure, let me share how you can make these babies right at home. all you have to do is mix together some mashed sweet potatoes, and those can be canned or freshly cooked, along with some milk, sugar, eggs and
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ok, we set that aside for a sec while we mix together some self-rising flour, baking powder and salt. now we cut in some shortening using a pastry cutter or you can use a couple of butter knives. once the mixture is pebbly, we stir in our sweet potato mixture. all that's left to do is drop heaping spoonfuls of this on a few baking sheets and into the oven they go. and in about 15 rise and the tops get golden, we have the most incredible biscuits we've ever tasted. . ybe brush on some warm maple syrup, or drizzle them with honey and get ready for some good old-fashioned southern eating. so go online and get the recipe for our southern, "sweet potato biscuits," so you can experience the best of the best without leaving your house. i'm howard, with kelly in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we found a "down home way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" lukas: ififou would like a copy of that the mr. food test kitchen, where today
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home way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" lukas: if you would like a copy of that recipe you can send us a self addressed stamped envelope here to a-b-c 9 news. our address is 625 douglas street. the zip...51101. be sure to write "sweet potato biscuits" on your request. or you can visit our website.....ouxlan d matters dot com. ananclick on the mr. food logo.... lukas: " coming up.... storm lake is seeing an increase in cultural diversity ,,, and after the we'll hear from a few businesses to success .... scott: " " scott
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company skycamamd and the storm lake some fog and mist draped over the area so drive cautiously. temperatures are in the region. we have a
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miles per hour. there's some minor flooding along the ocheyedan and little sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultal land may become inundated with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1 ovnight into early tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly
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the low toght is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. lukas scott: neal welding company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we have some fog and mist draped over the area so drive cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have a pretty calm wind
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there's some minor flooding along the ocheyedan and little sioux rivers. be aware that some adjacent agricultural land may become inundadad with water. the stormcast hd shows that we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1 overnight into early tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32
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tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of storm lake mht be receiving quite the honor... as the area could be classified as one of iowa's largest melting pots. abc9 news reporter bria bell has more. bria: storm lala is a city where the demographics forminorities combined make up more than half of the population. i was able to speak to two different businesses from the area where culture ishe main part of their success. "if you live in a diverse place, you'll have to be open minded to the different cultures," says keokham. carina keokham lives in storm lake, one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the state of iowa. she was born in california, but her family is from south east asia. carina alonside her relatives run and own a laotian and thai buffet and grocery store, she says that due to the cities demographics, she's been exposed to a multitude of different, natitialities, cultures, and languages....somethi ng that she doesn't seem to take for granted. "last week i got to speak to a customer, which is pretty ol and i have different customers who come in and tell me different stories about their background and talk about their food.
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stories and it's cool to have that relationship with people you don't know," says keokham. storm lake business owners who orginate from other countries is quite common for the city with a population of about eleven thousand. kayfrin pelep who is micrcresian, a pacific islander, works at his f filies' ocery store, the pohnpei market, as a cashier. he says his uncle opened the establishment to emmerse their culture into the community. "he just wanted to bring our culture into the us like how the asains and the hispanics bring their culture and i guess he just wanted to start something like that," says pelep. although the store caters to the micronesian culture, kayfrin says customers with other ethnic backckounds visit ththstore every once in a while too. "mostly micronesians come here but, then from time to time other races come to see here is how the demographics fall... the white population stands near 45-point-4 percent... hispanics 39 percent...
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population stands at 10-point-8 percent... african americans are at 4-point-3... pacific islanders follow at 3- point-3 percent... and american indians have a populations of point-09 percent. lukas: the u-s supreme court is back in session today... for the first time since the sudden death of justice antonin scalia. oral arguments get underway at about 10 a-m eastern. chief justice john roberts is expected to mention scalia's passing from the bench. president obama has vowed to pick a supreme court nominee to fill the vacancy. republicans argue naming a successor should be a job for the next presidentnt lukas and thouounds thered in washington to say goodbye to supreme court justice antonin scalia. funeral services were held at a church in washington .... scalia's longtime friend-- justice clarence thomas-- also spoke at the service. the late justice's son, paul scalia, delivered mass for his father. "god blessed dad with a love for his family. we have been thrilled to read and hear the many words of praise and
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for his intellecec his writings, , s influence and so on. to us and to him, is he was dad." sleep on february to texas. he was 79 years old. we're just one day away from another battle in the race for the white house. tomorrow, the repupuicans will caucus in nevada. gop frononunner hoping for another victory after his big win in south carolina. moton has the latest "this week, it's the early presidential contest switch. nat hillary clinton we just won nevada it's the democrats turn in the deep south while the republicans are now out west in nevada for tomorrow's caucuses. donald trump we're going to keep winning. we're going to make america great again!
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riding high after his big weekend win in south carolina. he scored all 50 of the state's delegates, winning evangelical voters. trump "you know, i didn't know i was going to win by that much. and we won by a lot. / the gop pack is down to 5 contenders...jeb bush out. the two cuban- american freshman sesetors left to babale it out to become the trump alternative. ted cruz donald trump has demonstrated that he has a relatively high floor of support but he's also got i think a ceiling. nevada caucus winner hillary clinton is favored in south carolina. she's already focused on the super tuesday states rallied over the weekend. clinton "some may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other" it was also another big rally for bernie greenville, south carolina. he got some celebrity help from actor danny gler. sanders is working to court the black vote...which lead to an awkward, lukewarm r reption at thisredominantly african american church. ( kenneth standup close) tomorrow night, sanders and clinton will hit the stage for a democratic
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carolina. the republicans are spending today rallying in nevada where the latest poll has trump leading by 26 points. kenneth moton, abc news washington " " lukas: coming up in sports...the south dakota men are fighting for a spot in the summit league tournament with three games to play. stay tuned for highlights from their game with denver. scott: lukas: after 30-plus seasons, the dakotadome
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dakotadome hosted its final weekend of games. the coyotes will play in a shiny new arena next season. alex walker has moreren the finales. good morning. the south dakota men have a losing record, but they're above .500 at t e dakotadome. . on their home cour the coyotes ar6- 5....yesterday, they hosted denver in their home finale. both teams fighting for a spot in the summit league tournament...the top eight make the cut... opening half.....trey norris spots up and hits the jumper.....he finished with ten points for the coyotes... and what's a u-s-d highlight without a tyler flack slam! the junior nearly had a double-double...10 points. 9 boards... d.j. davis led the yotes with 14.......this triple starts a south dakota rally. but it wasn't enough... usd falls 76-71....they will more than likely have to win one of their final two games to make the tournament field. in saturday's home finale, the south dakota ladies beat su...completing the seseon sweep . that wininas their final game at the dakotadome....unless the 'yotes host a postseason tournament. and man did they go out the right
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senior nicole ekamp notched her ninth career double-double....the final home chapter in her storied career in vermillion. with the win, the coyotes are in sole possession of first place in the summit league with two games to play. amy williams also became the second- winningest coach in school history with what a day for the just really proud of relied really heaviliy that we had on our out a win.n.e did really bad want t find a way to close out the dome with a win just proud of the way we found away to close it ou we came out on top and that's exactly what we wanted. and now we are just going to learn what our mistakes were in that game and then we will focus on the next one as just another game." south dakota wraps up the regular season this week with road trips to fort wayne and i-u- p-u-i. down in lincoln...nebraska hosting purdue... bad news for the huskers..starting guard kyndal clark out for the season with a knee injury and rachel theriot listed as day to day with a nagging foot injury so the huskers started a patchwork lineup and its natalie romeo with a 3...she had 15..
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good day she takes the feedfrom jess shepard havers had 12 points == and anya kalenta had a good d too she had 13 points on the day == but jess shepard struggled... only 2 points today.. 5 boards the huskers fall 68- thats s for sports. have a great rest of your morning. lukas a nativeverom lincoln, nebraska is making a name for herself in the modeling world. not only is she making headlines... she's also making history... reporter lauren wilson has her story. "(nat pop) for herself in the modeling world. . not only is she e making headlines... . she's also making history... repoer lauren wilson has her story. "(nat pop) from editorial... ... to runway... to starting her own lingerie line... nat pop (30 under 30)... 28-year-old ashley graham has made a name for herself in
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sot: didn't happen she was 12 and this week, the lincoln native managed to top her impressive resume, by becoming the first size-16 model to ever be featured on the cover of the sports illustrated swimsuit edition. nat pop: i am shaking,i'm so honored linda: "she told me...she goes, 'mom, i'm on the cover!' i thought she was pranking me. but she said, 'no i'm serious!' i thought she was pranking me, but she had me on speakerphone with her whole team. and i just started crying. there i was at southpointe and i was crying." graham made her cover debut this week, just in time for unl's "love my body" campaign. it promotes a healthy body image on campus and organizers were excited to announce that one of lincoln's very own was helping spread that message. nat pop: "she's from nebraska, and that's pretty awesome." ashley: "we are goininto be the ones at say, 'it doesn't matter what t ze you are, it t esn't matter if you have cellulite, it doesn't matter if things jiggle where they're not supposed to. that's beautifyl." graham will share the spotlight with two other modelst& this year-ronda rousey and hailey clauson-who will all be featured on separate covers of the swimsuit edition. " lukas scott:
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check on your forecast... scott:good monday morning siouxland. we have some fog and mist draped overer the area so drive cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have a scott:good monday we have some fog and mist draped over the area so drive cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughoutut the region. we have a pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the dayplanner shows off a high in the lower 40s. cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have a pretty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the dayplanner shows
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lower 40s. cautiously. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have a ty calm wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the dayplanner shows off a high in the lower 40s. still ahead in our show.... i'll have details on a long standing local program aimed at keeping patients with heart conditions ... on track for recovery. plus here's what you can expect coming up on gma " " lukas: well its been a
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everyone here at abc9 wants to wish a happy first birthday to jackson james! happy birthday to this messy guy! lukas: we want to celebrate your baby's first birthday! here on abc9 news thisisorning we will be showing your baby's picture right here on our newscast.... everyone is invitedto send in a photo of your kiddo's first birthday.... you can email that picture to first-birthday-at- k-c-a-u-t-v-dot- com..... please be sure to include your child's first and last name along with a guide on how to name.... along with their their picture right here during our morning show every monday. lukas: the heart is arguably our most important organ ... the more important it is healthy ... cardiac event such as a stroke or heart attack. a local program center is doing g much more than just working out and giving advice to come together ... take a look nats: instruction:
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getting started isn't especially if it if you are then about physical acitivity after you have been dealing with a serious heart condition ... it almost seems impossible. sot: "i was very hesitant, terrified ..i would cause me attack." walking ... out that that's not the case ... he is part of mercy medical center's cardiac designed to integrate patients back into their fitness after a event ... it's a three phase program ... starting often times when patients are still in the hospital. sot: "you have to set expectations for the
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know they won't be getting right out of the hospital to get back to what they were doing before they had their cardiac event." vo: with phase two ... the exercise begins ... it's all monitored and center around d cardiovescular fitness including g education on how to adjust their lifestyles. the third part is then maintaining the fitness and going through a routine ... promoting one thing ... prevention... sot: "this training that we are putti them trhough, the exercise that we are doing is actually reduce the risk of reoocuing events. the education and the exercise part as well work hand in glove." vo: jerry has been part of the program for 20 years .... he has integrated his workout routine into his daily life simply because it helps him to be and stay actcte. sot: "if i didndn come here i wouldn't do i wouldn't do it at home ... it's such a part of my life now it's just automatic that i come here." vo: 18 sessions or six weeks ... that's how long the program
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timeframe the heart needs to heal ... patricia has been a nurse involved in chance of developing a type of liver disease. researchers say two cups a day could cut your chance to develop alcohol- related cirrhosis by 44-percent. cirrhosis deteriorates the liver by blocking blood flow. alcoholism is the second-most common cause of that condition in the u-s. but experts say coffee will never balance out all negative affects of excess alcohol. some doctors also say more research is needed to confirm those studies. lukas the warm weather this weekend was certainly welcomed after weeks of freezing temperatures and many in sioux city were taking in the sunshine. whether on two legs or four ... friends and family of all kinds came out of winter wallowing to walk, hike, and play at bacon eek park. the dog park was especially packed with pups and owners soaking up sunshine
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this, i hope it starts getting warmer. no more snow. can't wait untill it's dried up and green and beautiful out again." and people in sioux city certainly hope the weather will s sy nice as the clean up of melting snow, mud and siouxlanders car's has begun. lukas a photo exhibit took center stage at the betty strong encounter center in sioux city this weekend. fisheries biologist sam his 2-year- long capturing the throughout the the exhibit titled ... "a year on the missouri" .was highly anticipated d while . the photographer displayed his most captivating works for each season ... he does have a preference. "i am a big fan of winter. i like the less people more elbow room. if the goal is showing people the river in a new way, maybe something that haven't seen before, winter is the best time to do that becasue typically we look at the river through the windshield or window of our cars from a distance durring that time of year and there are a lot of really unique features that come out durtring the coldest months." stukel said he
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years studying the watershed of the last missouri river resevoir elbow room. if the goal is showing people the river in a new way, maybe something that haven't seen before, winter is the best time to do that becasue typically we look at the river through the windshield or window of our ca from a distanc durring that time of year and there are a lot of really unique features that come out durtring the ldest months." stukel said he spent several years studying the watershed of the last missouri river resevoir ...and in these studies, he found his passion for taking pictures of landscapes. stukel has been on the river more than 100 days each year for the past decade. lukas sioux city hosted its second annual steins and vines festival at the convtion center this weekend. the event is one of the many attractions siouxlanders look forward to during this time of year. its the e ea's largest bebe and ne festival with food and coffee dispspys and live entertainment. stein ananvines drew large crowds again benefitting not only the vendors but also the convention center. "i'd say most of our sales and leads come through events like this. so far there's been tons of people through and sampling and buying some," says sickelka. "i like it. this is our second year here. my husband won vip's this year. i like those better than the general admission. lot og good wines and good beers, lot of diffrent varitetiesand i 'm pretty good at drinking beer," says ryan.
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hours long and there were over 100 types of beers lukas scott: lukas and scott are chatting about steins and vines. lukas and scott are chatting about steins and vines. lukas and scott are chatting about steins and vines. lukas and scott are chatting about steins and vines. scott:we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow lukas and scott are chatting about steins and vines. lukas and scott are chatting about steins and vines. lukas and scott are chatting about steins and vines. scott:we have a quiet pattern with 2 minor rain and snow mix chances - 1 overnight into early tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32
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tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix x prpripitation early followed by mostlycloudy and breezy condititns. here's a check of your 7 day forecast. tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy a a breezy conditions. hehe's a check of your 7 day forecast. tuesday and another on wednesday evening. temperatures are going to stay in the upper 30s to middle 40s for highs. we have a high temperature today of 41 with mostly cloudy skies and some fog and mist. the low tonight is 32 and it'll be cloudy and cool. tomorrow's high is 44 with a light mix of precipitation early followed by mostly cloudy and breezy conditions. here's a
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