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night. the fourth nationally televised debate, this time with just eight candidates taking the stage. the latest national poll has ben carson and donald trump in a dead heat. abc's tom llamas has a preview of the debate from milwaukee. overnight donald trump unleashing on dr ben carson and the new scrutiny over carson's life story. nats-trump "this is the only election in history where you're better off if you stab somebody!" trump and carson now neck in neck in the polls. the retired neurosurgeon forced to answer questions about his violent youth. sot-trump "if you try and hit your mother over the head with a hammer your poll numbers go up! a lot of weird things - this is a strange election isn't it." carson standing by the stories he wrote about in his autobiography and talks about on the campaign trail...like turning his life around as a young man after trying to stab a fellow teen. carson's campaign pointing to an article in parade magazine in 1997 where his mother corroborates the
story-telling the reporter 'oh that really happened.' and after the wall street journal reported discrepancies in carson's account of an incident at yale where he said he was honest student involving a bogus student, who staged the hoax, telling abc news carson was not lying-saying: "i think he got it close to right" sot-carson " i do not remember this level of scrutiny for one president barack obama when he was running. in fact, i but as other all fair game carson finding some support from sentor marco rubio. sot-rubio "i know everything i need to know about ben carson. he came from a poor family, with no advantages in life, he worked hard he became one of the world's most renowned know." after tonight's debate, marco iowa for a campaign stop.
tomorrow, rubio will be in davenport at the jersey grille his meet and greet is scheduled to begin at 11:30 am. jessica rae: a sioux city man has been arrested after police say he was caught fondling a 13- year-old girl in the waiting room of a local hospital. jessica rae: according to court documents alex anderson made his way to the the waiting room of a local hospital to meet up with the 13- year-old . authorities say anderson kissed the girl multiple times before making sexual contact with her. anderson has been charged with 3rd degree sexual abuse, he is currently out on a 10 thousand dollar bond. his court date is set for november 18th. jessica rae: funeral services for a nine year old shot to death in chicago are scheduled for today police say nine- year-old tyshawn lee was killed last week. after being lured into an alley. authorities say the child was targeted because his father was a member of a gang that was in conflict with another gang. no arrests have been made jessica rae: the santee sioux tribe of flandreau south dakota... has put a halt on
their marijuana production operation... amid fears of a possible raid by federal authorities. the tribe reportedly ordered their police to destroy millions of dollars of marijuana it had already begun growing. it's a move that suprised the omaha tribe of nebraska... which recently voted in favor of legalizing marijuana on their reservation ""we're still cautious. we want to make sure we have regulations in place. there's an 8-point check list that the department of justice wants to make sure that's followed in terms of them not prosecuting," said miller. jessica rae: the santee sioux tribe...was less than two months away from opening the marijuana smoking lounge. the omaha tribe of nebraska says it still plans to continue looking into legalization. native tribes were given authority to grow and sell marijuana back in 20-14... as long as they abide by the same regulations set in place for states that have legalized the drug. jessica rae: educators in norfolk spoke on career academies last night. here's paul hughes with the details. "career academies were the topic of discussion at monday night's study session
meeting of the norfolk public schools' board of education. career academy coordinator, dr. jeff hoffman says getting the academies off the ground will take a team effort involving students, educators, business and industry. hoffman says career academies allow students to focus on areas they're passionate about. the district plans to begin five career academies in august, 2016: agriculture, automotive, construction, drafting and health science. rents for hangars at the norfolk regional airport will go up two- percent on january 1st. the norfolk airport authority board made that decision at its meeting last night. hangar rents were in january of this year, with plans to consider two- percent raises each year after that for five years. last night's decision that plan. the lower elkhorn natural resources district has free kits available to test the quality of domestic wells within the district. kristi olmer, certification specialist with the nrd, says there is no need to take the sample to a lab - results will be available almost instantly in your own home. kits are available on a first come - first served basis at the nrd office in norfolk or your local county nrcs office.
stories can be heard on news talk wjag, . " today at noon, sioux city's outdoor warning sirens will be tested those tests are to check several of the sirens, which have been outfitted with new components. officials are checking the sirens to be sure they will activate should they ever be needed in the future. the tests should seconds. again those sirens go off at noon today so don't be alarmed if you do hear them as they are just a test. jessica rae: plans for a new outdoor, winter recreational park in sioux city are moving foward. city council has voted 5 to 0 approving a consulting service agreement for the design of the mason city company will be designing a tube equipment, other infrastructure, roadways, a splash pad and the environmental associated with the project.
the park, located near the i-b-p ice center and explorers ballpark is expected to open in december of 2016.... with construction beginning this coming spring. "the project has had alot of support and we're excited about moving forward and now we just want to get into the nitty gritty and get the design finalized and move forward with construction." jessica rae: the total project cost is about four million dollars. jessica rae: also in agreement concerning a four-point-six million dollar application. the funds are tied to roadways, signage and other street requirements in the area of the new seaboard- triumph pork plant. ground work at the plant site is already underway. the state of the art processing scheduled to open in 20-17. we have gotten grants of this size million grant when we first started southbridge, so it's a good sized grant but this is a very very large project with alot of new employees, alot of new trucks that will be coming into the area. so basically transportation large-scale project." state, the iowa d-
state, the iowa d- o-t will offer up to 80 percent of the project cost or about four- point-six million with the city and seaboard-triumph splitting the percent. jessica rae: still to come... olympic proportions. what the world anti doping agency is alleging the russian athletes did details when we return. scott:
on the port neal skycam hd in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, iowa. right now, it's decent outdoors as we look at temperatures in the wind directed from to 15 miles per hour. radar picture is not a bad november have some huge changes occur tomorrow. here's your stormcast hd where our tuesday should be nice with some sunshine and a southerly flow. overall, it'll be pretty similar to our monday. the only difference is the humidity will be a little bit higher and there'll be some extra cloud cover. tomorrow is when we expect some big changes in the forecast with a quickly developing area of low pressure in the leeward rockies. this is going to quickly pass through with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. on the tail end of
the system, we could see some snow also occur. winds will gust potentially over 50 miles per hour tomorrow afternoon and overnight into thursday. then thursday will still be windy for most of the day, but at least precipitation should be out of our hair. today's high is 62 with partly cloudy skies. tonight's low is 42 with increasing clouds. tomorrow, look for a high of 52 with showers and thunderstorms with the potential for a snow mixture during the late afternoon and evening. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: a major doping scandal has emerged from the last olympics allegations of
" this morning - allegations that cheated and bribed its way to medal olympics? nats - and she's going to win by a nearly sweeping races like the women's 800 meters? nats but the world anti- doping body issuing a scathing report monday - claiming the doping was systemic - among many athletes condoned by the government even covered up by russian secret agents sot - richard pound - it's worse than we though unlike other forms of corruption actually affecting the results on the field of play. this is one of the rock international time, and what elevates it to that level - in my opinion - the russian which strongly disputed the findings? agency report has international criminal investigations and demands that the russians be stripped opening the door to american athletes like alysia montano remember that 800 meter race? montano - led until the russians swept past? sot - alysia montano am: i'm hoping we're going to see the medals that are owed to me. she could now earn that bronze medal?and three
medals in competition. side has not been immune from doping - the us 4x100 mens team was stripped of its silver because of but montano insists she never touched the stuff. alysia montano - absolutely not. she lost money more wonder why are you human emotion to feel a loss. mg: when you give so much - you give everything and to have that experience today montano is games in rio? and , matt gutman, abc jessica rae: carrot cake, about carrot pancakes? recipe up ahead.
good any time of the day well if you want to do something just a bit different for your family... howard has a unique spin on the classic dish. take a look! "carrots are one of those vegetables that we seem to take for granted i think it's because they've always been so plentiful, they're so reasonable, and are they ever versatile. i mean just think of all the dishes that have carrots in them. everything from fill-you-up soups to hearty roasts. after all, what's a salad bar
without a good carrot salad, or a dessert table without a big carrot cake slathered with cream cheese frosting? but the star today is a dish that we would probably never expect to find carrots in . our pancakes. all we do is mix together a generous amount of shredded carrots, a bit of finely chopped onion, some eggs, oil and some flour to bind everything together. now to give this its big flavor, we add in some grated parmesan cheese, and a handful of seasonings along with a bit of baking powder, which helps these puff up. once this is mixed, we'll spoon them onto a hot griddle (or skillet) and cook them just like we would any other pancake. for a few minutes on each side. these are more of a side dish type of pancake than they are a breakfast one, which makes them a welcome addition to any meal. i do hope you'll go online and get the recipe for our, "crazy carrot pancakes." and if you're thinking, why do we call these crazy? it's because they're crazy easy, crazy good and i haven't met a person who isn't crazy about them. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we found a "crazy new way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" " jessica rae: if you would like a copy of that recipe you can send us a self addressed
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 "crazy carrot pancakes" on your request. or you can visit our website...siouxlan d matters dot com. mr. food logo.... coming up after the break... salute our vets, this time with a siouxland veteran who served during vietnam. his story when we
after more than 30 years serving his country... richard rabb is still serving his community. this time, as a bus driver for the sergeant bluff- luton school district. "so it's been a very, very interesting life," said rabb. richard spent time in the navy and the air force. enlisting right after high school, he says he's greatful to got to serve. but, it was his experience in the cold war and vietnam that made him the man he is today. "when i first got out of high school, i midly, i was probably too much trouble and it was probably the best thing that ever happened, that i went into the navy. it didn't take too long and they and i've been respect our our flag. i'd definitely do it all rabb. little did he know, he would eventually dive into submarine school where he would train to drive nucleur subs... unique military
for duty in the cold war, the u-s became involved in the vietnam... and he was put on standby for both. "at that time, we was just... a deterrent is what we were. if things were needed we were there and we were there on a nuclear sub. obviously there wasn't that much that we could do there that was going to justify, but at the same time the cold war was going on and we actually had 41 submarines that were built for the cold war and we were just a deterrent because nobody knew when things were going to change with russia," said rabb. decades later, richard has started a new fight... to help other veterans get the benefits they deserve with the help of american legion in sgt bluff. he also feels its his mission to be a support for the men and women who've been through what he has. richard says, "cause there's a lot of guys that have a lot of stories to tell and they really don't tell their families, they really don't tell anybody. it just kind of hangs in there to where it's burried in their mind and a lot of times, a veteran talking to another veteran is just a lot easier to do. you both know where you come from, you've both been through the training and it just makes a lot of difference." richard keeps the memories of the men he fought with
close to his heart... and his mind. "the reason i wear my pow hat a lot is [because] i've got a classmate from 1964 that was in the army and he was over in vietnam and first time out he had gotten shot...and they couldn't get to him and they went back to get him the next day and he wasn't there," said rabb. as he proudly honors the veterans that never made it back... and those who need a little support back at home. in sgt. bluff, bria bell abc 9 news. jessica rae: richard says he'd love to pass along the military richard says he'd love to pass along the military tradition to the younger generation in his family. he has two teenage grandsons who are starting to ask about his time in the military. he hopes maybe they'll want to follow in his footsteps. jessica rae: scott's up next with a final check of our forecast. stay with us. jessica rae:
ee what's coming up on the show today. "we have a crisis in our nation. america's deadly addiction to pain medication. so today, we go undercover to see just how easy it is to get pain meds. and i'm not talking about on the street, i'm talking about in your doctor's or dentist's office. then, tv star mackenzie phillips, who's had a lifelong
addiction, reveals why we all may be one prescription away from being hooked on drugs." jessica rae: again that's coming up today on dr. oz at 4 o'clock right here on abc9. jessica rae scott: today's high is 62 with partly cloudy skies. tonight's low is 42 with increasing clouds. tomorrow, look for a high of 52 with showers and thunderstorms with the potential for a snow mixture during the late afternoon and evening. here's your 7 day forecast.