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"you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " elias: good morning iowa! i'm ???. it's x:00 a-m on ((day and date)) thanks for joining us! elias: good to have everyone with us! and it's great to have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: the weather is only going to keep getting better and better as we head into the weekend, starting with today! we are going to be a bit overcast with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid 30s. the winds will be strong out of the southwest around 10 to 20 mph, but that will only help move our highs into the 30s. tonight we're going to see more clearing skies with the overnight lows staying in the upper 20s. thursday will be breezy with highs again landing in the upper 30s. friday
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climb into the mid to upper 40s, and may be a brief wintry mix on sunday with highs falling back into the lower 40s. a large winter storm system still has it's eye on us for early next week. reliable snow amounts but if this system doesn't change course we're likely looking at a couple days of rough driving conditions. we'll continue to follow it closely through the weekend and keep all of you updated. elias: let's get into the let's get into the top five this morning.... elias: more information about the death of former hawkeye football star tyler sash....who was found dead in his oskaloosa home in september.. sash died from an accidental
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his family donated his brain to researchers who diagnosed tyler with c-t-e, a degenerative brain disease caused by repeated trauma. according to their findings...the disease had advanced to a stage rarely seen in someone sash's age. elias: in the number two spot this morning... elias: gunfire at a long-standing homeless camp in seattle, washington has left two people dead and three injured. police spent the night searching for the shooter, and believe the incident to be targeted. the city declared a state of emergency regarding homelessness in november elias: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... elias: the armed protest over federal land in oregon has come to an end... ammon bundy and a group of protestors have been occupying the federal wildlife refuge since january second. police arrested bundy during a traffic stop along with eight of his followers last night.
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shots were fires and one protestor was killed. sabrina: elias: number four... elias: two men have been arrested in a decade-old case in wapello county. christopher yenger and zachary allen dye face two counts of felony murder each. police say the two men intentionally started a house fire that killed two men in march of 2006. originially the cause of the fire was undetermined " " elias: police reopened the case this month after learning new information. elias: and finally in the top five... elias: donald trump says he will not participate in thursday night's debate... during his stop in marshalltown, the republican presidential frontrunner criticized fox news for "playing games" and picking megyn kelly as a debate moderator. the debate, which will be at
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center, is the last before the iowa caucuses. elias: changes could be on the way for a deadly stretch of street in des moines... elias in three months... three people have died on the road... now the city has a plan to make it safer the most recent accident...a pedestrian was hit and killed last month.. in november, a crash involving an intoxicated driver left two people dead. people who live and work in the area say its just not safe. monday night the city unveiled a proposal to change the road between east 33rd and east 38th street... it includes adding a stop light... creating sidewalks where there are none, and putting in a median. it is going to be a little different, but i think its going to work. i do like the plan. elias: the next step is getting a proposal approved by city council... they're proposal approved by city council... they're expecting that to happen in feburary or march. construction wouldn't begin until 2018... elias: new this
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iowa's national guard addresses the state legislature. elias: major general timothy orr will deliver the condition of the guard address later this morning... orr, the adjutant general of the iowa national guard, will address a joint session of the iowa legislature. he is expected to discuss the guard's readiness, operations, achievements, and future initiatives. the address will begin at ten this morning. elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: the weather is only going to keep getting better and better as we head into the
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today! we are going to be a bit overcast with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid 30s. the winds will be strong out of the southwest around 10 to 20 mph, but that will only help move our highs into the 30s. tonight we're going to see more clearing skies with the overnight lows staying in the upper 20s. thursday will be breezy with highs again landing in the upper 30s. friday should be absolutely beautiful as the highs climb into the mid to upper 40s, and saturday looks just about as nice! there may be a brief wintry mix on sunday with highs falling back into the lower 40s. a large winter storm system still has it's eye on us for early next week. it's too early to have reliable snow amounts but if this system doesn't change course we're likely looking at a couple days of rough driving conditions. we'll continue to follow it closely through the weekend and keep all
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elias: the historic snowfall across a dozen eastern state left many stranded on the highways....inclu ding more than 150 students from iowa and nebraska. the group were stuck in pennsylvania while on their way to the "march for life" rally in washington, d.c. but, what they did to pass the time is now going viral. deborah souverain has the story. "i really didn't think it would get this big," said father patrick behm natpop -- video of church mass singing... hundreds of the faithful stranded on the side of a pennsylvania highway with no where to go... so what would they do?... well, hold an impromptu mass, of course. "they needed to get out and what better way to get them out and moving around a little bit than to have mass," said father behm.
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led the outdoor service for the group which was stranded for a total of 22 hours. a make-shift alter...crafted from snow....and hundreds of the devout.. turning this frozen roadway....into a highway to heaven of sorts. "the line from the gospel that really struck me that day was 'they thought he was crazy,' meaning the people thought jesus weas crazy and i talked about all these people that think we are crazy for being out here and i said really we're doing the most important thing that we can," said father behm. the idea coming from a group from minnesota who were also stuck in the wicked winter weather. instead of letting old man winter get the best of them, many embraced the situation. "when it was actually happening it was pretty cool, someone had a guitar and we started playing songs. it was really unique, and not something anyone would think you would do. for middle schooler
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home.. i took a shower, i ate and then i fell sleep," said martinez elias: father behm says there were people from around nine different states and about seven to eight priests attending the outdoor mass. and if you're wondering what they did to pass the time on the bus... he says they watched movies, played games and even helped shovel out trucks. elias: at ((time check)), we'll take a short break, with lots more good morning iowa ahead... coming up, we all can use a better credit score. but trying to help it may hurt you in the long run. elias: but first...for those traveling into polk county...be safe this morning... the sheriff's office has automated traffic enforcement vehicles at two locations.... one at the ...16- hundred block of northeast 70th avenue in ankeny and a second at the ...42-hundred block of northeast 94th avenue in elkhart so take care on the roads today... elias: let's also get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at valley west... [current conditions] good morning
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"your wathcing good morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." elias: we talked about those cliffside homes on the verge of falling into the pacific ocean yesterday morning....but now we get an even better view of just how bad the cliff erosion has become. this is drone video from the california coast...showing
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some have already lost their backyards to the sea. sabrina: elias: (anchor toss to wx) sam: adlib toss. sam: weather adlib: the weather is only going to keep getting better and better as we head into the weekend, starting with today! we are going to be a bit overcast with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid 30s. the winds will be strong out of the southwest around 10 to 20 mph, but that will only help move our highs into the 30s. tonight we're going to see more clearing skies with the overnight lows staying in the upper 20s. thursday will be breezy with highs again landing in the upper 30s. friday should be absolutely beautiful as the highs climb into the mid to upper 40s, and saturday looks just
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mix on sunday with highs falling back into the lower 40s. a large winter storm system still has it's eye on us for early next week. it's too early to have reliable snow amounts but if this system doesn't change course we're likely looking at a couple days of rough driving conditions. we'll continue to follow it closely through the weekend and keep all of you updated. elias: what's your credit score? to some -- that three digit number can be more like a dirty word. if you want to make your score better -- be careful. make your score better -- be careful. scammers can not only steal your information -- but may also turn you into a crook. mary moloney
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"-- --reporter pkg-as follows-- when trying to make a financial decision for the future -- it's often financial decisions from the past that can trip you up. from buying a car to buying a home -- lenders can see your decisions in a credit report. and some scammers see an opportunity. according to the federal trade commission -- there are a few easy ways to spot a credit repair scam. first -- if the company asks for payment before they render any services. also-- if they ask that you do not contact the credit reporting agencies directly. and if they suggest giving false information when applying for a mortgage or a loan. another troubling trend among credit repair scammers -- the promise of an entirely new credit identity -- which can unwittingly land a consumer in trouble with the law. you can spot these scams when a service suggests abandoning a social security number as a primary source of identification. and instead using a new number they
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number or credit profile number. in many cases -- these numbers are stolen social security numbers -- often from children -- which is why they have a clean credit slate. and that can turn a consumer into an unknowing identity thief -- despite their good financial intentions. elias: we have lots more good morning iowa ahead...but first here's abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson with tech bytes. techbytes: a new "boost mobile" app will show you ads on your device's hey, there. in today's "techbytes" how far would you go to lower your cell phone bill? >> a new boost mobile app will show you ads sometimes when you unlock the phone. in return, customers will get a $5 credit each month. it's only available for android so far. there's a brand-new way to share your gopro videos. users can live stream via their iphones using the periscope video app.
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display during espn's coverage of x games. and uber-has a great new way to deal with drunk passengers. >> some drivers have been using an interactive toy called bop it on the seat. it's a way to distract passengers. >> or just be nice. >> that always works. >> those are your "techbytes." >> have a great day, everyone. my moderate 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 dermatologist about humira. he explained that 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 to fight infections, including tuberculosis.
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including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection.
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because with humira clearer skin is possible."now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green
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better and better as we head into the weekend, starting with today! we are going to be a bit overcast with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid 30s. the winds will be strong out of the southwest around 10 to 20 mph, but that will only help move our highs into the 30s. tonight we're going to see more clearing skies with the overnight lows staying in the upper 20s. thursday will be breezy with highs again landing in the upper 30s. friday should be absolutely beautiful as the highs climb into the mid to upper 40s, and saturday looks just about as nice! there may be a brief wintry mix on sunday with highs falling back into the lower 40s. a large winter storm system still has it's eye on us for early next week. it's too early to have reliable snow amounts but if this system doesn't change course we're likely looking at a couple days of rough driving conditions. we'll continue to follow it closely through the
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sam toss back. elias: toss back.
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well time now for another short break... but when we come back... a viral outbreak leads to a travel alert from the c-d-c....
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"you're watching good are iowa." in our medical minute this d-c expands its its zika virus travel alert. the warning covers five major areas, including mexico, the carribean, and central the agency pregnant women places where zika has been linked to a rare birth defect that causes babies to
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unusually small heads. elias: the cold weather means spending more time inside your home with the heat turned up...that can also increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning... each year, more than four hundred americans die from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning not linked to fires... officials suggest having a carbon monoxide detector in the home...and checking it regularly. elias: and finally...a new treatment for depression... a boston hospital has been testing a new non-drug treatment called 'near infrared light' the near infrared light is passed over the forehead, energizing parts of the brain. doctors say the light also decreases inflammation in the brain and increases connections between neurons-. elias: that's a look at health news this morning... coming up after the break... sam's in with central iowa's most accurate
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look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning iowa returns
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"you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " elias: thanks for joining us on your [day of week] morning, i'm elias johnson... elias: weather is always first on good morning iowa... in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: the weather is only going to keep getting better and better as we head into the weekend, starting with
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be a bit overcast with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid 30s. the winds will be strong out of the southwest around 10 to 20 mph, but that will only help move our highs into the 30s. tonight we're going to see more clearing skies with the overnight lows staying in the upper 20s. thursday will be breezy with highs again landing in the upper 30s. friday should be absolutely beautiful as the highs climb into the mid to upper 40s, and saturday looks just about as nice! there may be a brief wintry mix on sunday with highs falling back into the lower 40s. a large winter storm system still has it's eye on us for early next week. it's too early to have reliable snow amounts but if this system doesn't change course we're likely looking at a couple days of rough driving conditions. we'll continue to follow it closely through the weekend and keep all
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elias: our top story...the latest on the death of star hawkeye athlete tyler sash... elias: after sash's death in september, his family donated his brain to science... the football star was found inside of his oskaloosa home...his death attributed to an accidental mixture of two painkillers. researchers looked for signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy or c-t-e....a degenerative brain disease cauased by repeated trauma to the head that's been found in dozens of former nfl players. elias: according to a new york times article, the researchers diagnosed sash with c-t-e. and even more disturbing. the disease had advanced to a stage rarely seen in someone his age. two of the doctors that conducted the exam, said the severity of cte was on par with former nfl star junior seau who comitted suicide in 2012 at the age of 43. we sat down with a doctor from mercy medical center
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from mercy medical center to learn more about c-t-e, which can cause a whole list of problems. 2:13 characterized by change in personality, cognition, physical function.. 2:25 memory impairement, poor dcision making, suicidality, depression. elias: the times report also mentioned sash dealing with "confusion, memory loss and minor fits of temper" that affected his ability to find meaningful employment after he was released by the giants in 2013. sash was 27 year old when he died last year. elias: over in wapello county authorities have made an arrest in a decade-old case... elias: two men now face two counts of felony murder each...connected to a 2006 house fire. the sheriffs department arrested christopher yenger of ottumwa, and zachary allen dye, of council bluffs. police say the
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started a house fire that killed two men in march of 2006. nathan messer and seth anderson, both from ottumwa, died of smoke inhilation. police reopened the case this month after learning new information. originially the cause of the fire was undetermined, but now officials say they can bring the families closure. "" just goes to show when people think they get away with murder, we're always there and look at things" elias: both dye and yenger are being held in the wapello county jail. according to iowa courts online, both are expected to plead not guilty. elias: a shooting at a homeless ecampment in washington state tops your national headlines. elias: two people have died after gunfire erupted at a long- standing encampment in seattle known as "the jungle.".. three others have been injured in the
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police spent the night searching for the shooter, and believe the incident to be targeted. the city declared a state of emergency regarding homelessness in november. seattle's mayor said the encampment has been unmanagable and out of control for 20 years. elias: the armed protest over federal land in oregon has come to an end... ammon bundy and a group of protestors have been occupying the federal wildlife refuge since january second. police arrested bundy during a traffic stop along with eight of his followers last night. during the stop, shots were fires and one protestor was killed. elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam:
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weather adlib: the weather is only going to keep getting better and better as we head into the weekend, starting with today! we are going to be a bit overcast with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid 30s. the winds will be strong out of the southwest around 10 to 20 mph, but that will only help move our highs into the 30s. tonight we're going to see more clearing skies with the overnight lows staying in the upper 20s. thursday will be breezy with highs again landing in the upper 30s. friday should be absolutely beautiful as the highs climb into the mid to upper 40s, and saturday looks just about as nice! there may be a brief wintry mix on sunday with highs falling back into the lower 40s. a large winter storm system still has it's eye on us for early next week. it's too early to have reliable snow amounts but if this system doesn't change course
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a couple days of rough driving conditions. we'll continue to follow it closely through the weekend and keep all of you updated. elias: they may be at the top of their respective polls....but not all were happy with the appearance of donald trump and hillary clinton yesterday in martshalltown... the presidential hoepfuls each held events at schools in marshalltown... which lead to administration deciding to dismiss classes early tuesday. elias: originally when the district approved the visits, they didn't realize the chaos of all the people, the security, and the set up. so they decided to let all kids out at one yesterday afternoon for safety reasons. and some parents weren't very happy about it.
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to pick up my nephew, had to rearrange to have somebody watch them so i could come get my nephew. denise 18:01 my personal opinion - i don't think they should have been let out early." elias: the school district has received a number complaints about tuesday's early dismissal, and says in hindsight they would have asked both candidates to hold their events later in the evening. elias: speaking of trump, the frontrunner has shaken up the republican campaign once shaken up the republican campaign once again ... this time saying he will not take part in tomrrow night's debate on fox news. the network issued a statement mocking trump for his ongoing attacks on moderator megyn kelly. trump fired back, calling it a "pathetic attempt to build up ratings" abc's kendis gibson has the latest... "script: with less than a week until the iowa caucuses, donald trump stunning the political world. refusing to take part in the final debate
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thursday's republican debate hosted by fox news sot-trump "i won't be doing the debate. i'm going to have something else in iowa, do something where we raise money for the veterans and the wounded warriors. trump's absence will leave the main debate stage without a big ratings draw and a sot - donald trump / (r) presidential candidate "let's see how much money fox is going to make on the debate without me, okay?" trump continuing to blast one of the debate moderators on social media nats-trump megyn kelly is really biased against me, his main rival, senator ted cruz reacted to the news? implying trump is scared of kelly?. and offered a challenge. sot-cruz on cam late event i would like to invite donald right now to engage in a one on one debate with me any time between now and the iowa caucuses," on the democratic side, senator bernie sanders appears to be closing in on hillary clinton in iowa - confident enough to take a detour to neighboring minnesota
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rallies in st. paul and duluth. sot/sanders in st. paul my god, what a turnout! but clinton, ahead by double-digits in national polls, is emphasizing her experience? sot/hillary cedar falls tonight "i do want you to know that i'm not just shouting slogans, i'm not just engaging in rhetoric, i thought this through, i have a plan." on-camera tag: bernie sanders visits the white house today for a private meeting with president obama. the meeting comes after the president heaped praise on hillary clinton earlier this week and dismissed comparisons between himself and sanders. kendis gibson abc news new york " elias: at ((time check)) we'll take a short break here on good morning iowa... coming up, local five helps a local teacher with their efforts in the classroom. elias: but before we go...as you get ready to start your day...be safe out on the roads.... des moines police will have mobile radar set up at three locations... the first at the 27-hundred block of m-l-k parkway...southb ound a second at the 23-hundred block of fleur drive...also southbound.. and the third on the 37-hundred
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northbound. so use caution while driving.. elias: while we're at it... a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at mlk... [current conditions] good morning
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"your wathcing good morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: the weather is only going to keep getting better and better as we head into the weekend, starting with today! we are going to be a bit overcast with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid 30s.
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to 20 mph, but that will only help move our highs into the 30s. tonight we're going to see more clearing skies with the overnight lows staying in the upper 20s. thursday will be breezy with highs again landing in the upper 30s. friday should be absolutely beautiful as the highs climb into the mid to upper 40s, and saturday looks just about as nice! there may be a brief wintry mix on sunday with highs falling back into the lower 40s. a large winter storm system still has it's eye on us for early next week. it's too early to have reliable snow amounts but if this system doesn't change course we're likely looking at a couple days of rough driving conditions. we'll continue to follow it closely through the weekend and keep all of you updated. elias: : the world is made up of so many different cultures. and in a way, des moines east high
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that. local five's stephanie angleson introduces to this month's one classroom at a time grant winner a teacher who winner a teacher who is tapping into one of the school's great strengths...it's diversity. strengths...it's diversity. 32:15 "hi everybody. we want to congratulate you on behalf of bankers trust and local 5 on winning this month's one classroom rant of a thousand dollars.. oh my goodness thank you...go ahead and clap for her." spend about 5 seconds in lynn hoff's social studies classroom...and you'll realize this is a room ...with stories to tell... nats 5:40 and ayenne, what do you think you are going to do when you graduate from here?" with so many backgrounds represented here...hoff is using this thousand dollar grant to help students ..many of whom are immigrants... open up about their lives.. and she's using the help of a local non- profit called cultureall. 1:34 "cultureall gets a professional photographer to come in and teach them all about how to take
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families and they take pictures of their comunity of the culture in their home. and culture on the streets ... wahtever they seee and then we printed... this will really help." these students have completed this project. the final product was on display at the ruan center in des moines. you can see here the way the kids chose to capture their culture is just as diverse as their backgrounds. hoff hopes this money will help the next round of kids look at their own lives in a new way. "2:08 i think that a lot of times when you talk about culture you are always looking at other people's culture. and often students don't celebrate their own culture. and what is significant about their families." in a time of their lives...when they may just want to blend in...it can be challenging to celebrate what makes you stand out. but lynn hoff knows this is the kind of
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world so desperately needs right now. 2:44 "enjoying your owne clultre and other people's cultures and experiencing that allows you to be more accepting of other people. so i'm really hopeful about that." stephanie: congratulations lynn hoff. teachers do you need some extra money for a special project. head on over to we are iowa dot com and apply for our one classroom at a time grant. elias: we have more good morning iowa coming up right after the
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"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." elias: trending now...a famous car heads back to the production line... elias: it's been more than three decades since a deloran rolled off the assembly line...but that will soon change, the de lorean motor company
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replica 1982 deloreans under a low volume manufacturing bill approved by the federal government. the company estimates it has enough supplies in stock to build about 300 cars. they normally refurbish the famous car....with customers around the globe. as for the price, they hope to keep new ones under one- hundred thousand dollars. look for them to roll out next year. look for them to roll out next year. all: (reax)
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short break...but before we go let's get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at west mixmaster [current conditions] sam says ??? he's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast next... good morning iowa continues
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green the weather is only going to keep getting better and better as we head into the weekend, starting with today! we are going to be a bit overcast with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid 30s. the winds will be strong out of the southwest around 10 to 20 mph, but that will only help move our highs into the 30s. tonight we're going to see more clearing skies with the overnight lows staying in the upper 20s. thursday will be
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again landing in the upper 30s. friday should be absolutely beautiful as the highs climb into the mid to upper 40s, and saturday looks just about as nice! there may be a brief wintry mix on sunday with highs falling back into the lower 40s. a large winter storm system still has it's eye on us for early next week. it's too early to have reliable snow amounts but if this system doesn't change course we're likely looking at a couple days of rough driving conditions. we'll continue to follow it closely through the weekend and keep all of you updated. sam toss back. sabrina elias: a final look at the top five... all the news you need to know before you head out the door...
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let's get a final look at your top five.... elias: more information about the death of former hawkeye football star tyler sash....who was found dead in his oskaloosa home in september.. sash died from an accidental mixture of two painkillers. his family donated his brain to researchers who diagnosed tyler with c-t-e, a degenerative brain disease caused by repeated trauma. according to their findings...the disease had advanced to a stage rarely seen in someone sash's age. sabrina: elias: in the number two spot this morning... elias: in the number two spot this morning... elias: gunfire at a long-standing homeless camp in seattle, washington has left two people dead and three injured. police spent the night searching for the shooter, and believe the incident to be targeted. the city declared a state of emergency regarding homelessness in november sabrina: elias: the third thing you need to
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elias: the armed protest over federal land in oregon has come to an end... ammon bundy and a group of protestors have ammon bundy and a group of protestors have been occupying the federal wildlife refuge since january second. police arrested bundy during a traffic stop along with eight of his followers last night. during the stop, shots were fires and one protestor was killed. sabrina: elias: number four... elias: two men have been arrested in a decade-old case in wapello county. christopher yenger and zachary allen dye face two counts of felony murder each. police say the two men intentionally started a house fire that killed two men in march of 2006. originially the cause of the fire was undetermined police reopened the case this month after learning new information. sabrina: elias: and finally... you'll want to know about this story in the big five... elias: donald trump says he will not participate in thursday night's debate... during his stop in marshalltown, the republican presidential frontrunner criticized fox news for "playing games" and picking megyn kelly as a debate moderator. the debate, which will be at the iowa events center, is the last before the iowa caucuses. sabrina elias:
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central iowa's most accurate forecast... sam final weather adlib the weather is only going to keep getting better and better as we head into the weekend, starting with today! we are going to be a bit overcast with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid 30s. the winds will be strong out of the southwest around 10 to 20 mph, but that will only help move our highs into the 30s. tonight we're going to see more clearing skies with the overnight lows staying in the upper 20s. thursday will be breezy with highs again landing in the upper 30s. friday should be absolutely beautiful as the highs climb into the mid to upper 40s, and saturday looks just about as nice! there may be a brief wintry mix on sunday with highs falling back into the lower 40s. a large winter storm system still has it's eye on us for early next week. it's too early to have reliable snow amounts but if this system doesn't change course we're likely looking at a couple days of rough driving conditions. we'll continue to follow it closely through the weekend and keep all of you updated.
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