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with us on this xxx 3 morning.3 3 expect a much warmer day today with temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little to no accumulations expected. winds will pick up overnight and continue into tomorrow where a second arctic blast will drop our high temperatures down to the teens once again.expect a warm up midweek with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s.there is a slight chance for snow over the weekend, but that could change. stay tuned! 3 3 3 the latest in the story of mexican drug lord (hawk - een)joaquin "el chapo" (gooz - mahn) guzman might not be what you expect. saturday
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an interview with (gooz - mahn) guzman... except it was actor sean penn conducting that interview. c - b - s news correspondent don champion has the latest efforts to bring the (gooz - mahn) guzman to the united states to face justice. 3 drug kingpin joaquin "el chapo" guzman is back in the same mexican prison he tunneled out of six months ago, but his days there may be numbered.mexican authorities have begun the process of sending guzman to the u.s. to faces charges. while his lawyers have already filed motions to fight extradition, a u.s. law enforcement source told cbs news "el chapo" is expected to be in the u.s. within the next 3 four to six weeks.guzman was captured friday after a violent shoooout with mexican marines. he had been on the run since july.always managing to stay one step ahead of investigators. his downfall may have been a meeting with actor sean penn
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mexico's attorney general says guzman reached out to producers and actors because he wanted to make a biographical film about himself. actress kate del castillo helped bring guzman and penn together. the pair were photographed during a secret rendezvous in the mexican jungle and authorities say that meeting helped them find el chapo's hideout.after years of denying he was in the drug trade, guzman told penn."i supply more heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana than anybody else in the world." he also told penn he was forced to deal drugs because there was no other way to make a living in mexico. those words may come back to haunt guzman if he eventually faces trial in the u.s.don champion, cbs news, new york 3 now (gooz - mahn)'s guzman's defense has three days to give arguments *against* getting sent to the u - s... and 20 days to present supporting evidence. 3 we're three weeks away from e iowa caucuses... and quite a few republican presidential candidates are
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week.later today... senator rick santorum will hold a town hall meeting in orange city. that'll be at pizza ranch at 10 a - m. 3 3 former hewlett packard c - e - o carly fiorina will be here today... part of her five campaign stops in northwest iowa. she'll hold a townhall meeting at bev's on the river at 5:30 tonight. tomorrow she'll be at the midwest deli and grill in holstein at 10 a - m. 3 3 republican presidential candidate doctor ben carson will be in siouxland tonight. carson will hold a town hall meeting at the blue bunny ice cream parlor and museum in le mars. that event starts at 7 - 45 tonight. 3 3 new jersey governor and republican presidential candidate chris christie will be in siouxland next weekend. christie's planning a town hall meeting at buffalo alice on historic fourth street in downtown sioux city. that event is scheduled for sunday... january 17th. doors open at 3 - 30... the town hall meeting starts at 4 - 30. 3 3 the *nationa* front - runner
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will be in *sioux center* later this month. donald trump is behind texas senator ted cruz in iowa... but he still holds a large lead in the polls across the nation. he'll be speaking at the b - j haan auditorium at dordt college at 11 a - m saturday... january 23rd. doors open at 9 a - m. trump's sioux center appearance is just 9 days before iowa's first - in - the - nation caucuses... february 1st. 3 and speaking for almost an hour to an auditorium of about 17 - hundred folks in ottumwa iowa saturday night... donald trump said february 1st iowans are "going to change" the fact that he's *tied* in the wkeye state. thth businessman also focused on north korea's dictator kim jong - un and his leadership in the communist country. 3 "if you look at north korea, this guy, he's like a maniac, okay? and you have to give him credit. how many young guys -
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-- take over ththe totoh generals it is pretty amazing if you think about it... he is the boss it is incredible. he wiped out the uncle. he wiped out this one that one. he really does 3 have missiles, really does have nukes."at the end of his speech trump said if f he doesn't win in iowa... he'll still love the folks in iowa. 3 3 and on the other side of the aisle... virginia governor terry (ma - call - if) mcauliffe made a stop in sioux city... part of his campaign for hillary clinton in iowa. (ma - call - if) mcauliffe thinks clinton will fight for working class families and give tax cuts to the middle class. he also talked about the importance r iowans to take papa in the upcoming caucuses. 3 "iowa is going to have a huge say in who the next president of the united states of america is. as i say, i've known hillary for a very very long time, she will fight for us, and i want to make sure that we're energized and
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february first every bodies out fighting for her.the governor also visited waterloo... cedar rapids... and iowa city this weekend. 3 3 after his final state of the union speech tuesday... president obama will start his usual nationwide tour in omaha. the presidents speech is expected to focus on progress made in reducing unemployment over seven years in office... and what he wants to do ovov his final year. after his stop in omaha... the president will travel to baton rouge louisiana. the white house says it'll be his first trip to either city. 3 sioux city is getting ready for its annual innovation market event.this year's innovation market is set to happen february 23rd in the ho - chunk centre downtown. the event is sponsored by the sioux city growth organization... and lets entrepreneurs have the chance to compete for a 5 - thousand dollar grant to help kick - start a small business idea. this year the event is also
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university and sioux city schools for events *before* the competition. 3 "you have to support the people who continuously make jojo. large corporations of course are always going to be there and they're going to be a large part of it but the way a city can sustain and grow its population and especially the younger population is through these types of events and businesses being open. "this year there'll be a speaker from sioux falls there... and a miniature "taste of siouxland" event highlighting local food and drinks. 3 if you made a resolution to get fit this year... you've got a new option in sioux city now.the new planet fitness held its grand opening friday morning. it's a 25 - thousand square foot facility on gordon drive. it's open 24 hours a day... 7 days a week. the owner says the support it's gotten so far has been fantastic. 3 "we're very fortunate that the
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welcomed us with open arms, we've had over a 100 members signup in about 8 days of business which is really unprecedented for us, so we're very excited about what the future holds and very thankful to the community for really opening up their arms and welcoming ."this is the first planet fitness in sioux city and the sixth in the franchise's omaha group. the sioux city location *does* have a unique feature called "p - f 360"... and it also has an in - club spa. 3 there could be a new millionaire in sioux city.a winning lottery ticket was sold at the hy - vee on gordon d dve. the i ia lottery confirms one ticket was bought there... it has five matching numbers... that'll get you one - million dollars. but overall no one got saturday's almost 950 - million dollar powerball jackpot. right now... it's estimated wednesday's jackpot will be 1 point 3 billion dollars. the odds of winning that are one in 292 - million. powerball is
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including puerto rico and the u - s virgin islands.3 3 thisisounds like something straight out of a horror movie... a family in minnesota has a giant octopus in their front yard.but the 18 - foot monster is a snow sculpture created by three brothers. they make a new sculpture in new brighton every winter to raise money for charity. the brothers created a giant sea turtle last year and a snow shark two years ago.it took'em five - hundred hours this year to make the massive squid. their goal is to raise 10 - thousand dollars for bringing clean water to haiti.
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3 3 3 winds are calm keeping wind chill at a minimum. that won't be the case tonight. i'll have all the details next. 3 3 coming up... we'll give you a look at russia's combat operations inside syria from the base the country's using to launch air strikes. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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to you by siouxland federal credit union" 3 expect a much warmer day today with temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little to no accuculations expected. winds will pick up overnight where a second arctic blast will drop our high temperatures down to the teens once again.expect a warm up midweek with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s.there is a slight chance for snow over the weekend, bubuthat could
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3 3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... a chinese company demonstrated a single passenger personal drone. would you use one to get
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3 campbell soup wants to make big changes when it comes to its labeling.... c - b - s news correspondent (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in new york with your c - b - s moneywatch. 3 wall street closed the week off with its worst start to a year--ever--with a fourth straight day of triple digit losses.the dow close down 167 pointsthe nasdaq lost 45.// united airlines has been fined 2.75 million dollars! the penalties include not returning wheelchairs to disabled passengers or adequately helping them move through several of its airports. along with - violating rules regarding tarmac delays and allowing fliers to de-plane after a delay of 3 or more hours/// campbell soup will becomom first major company to start gmo labeling. the worlds largest soup maker says it supports a mandatory labeling standards for products with genetically modified ingredients and is withdrawing support from efforts opposing the move in transparency. many
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make the labeling voluntary. about three-quarters of campbell's products contain g-m-o-s.///massachusetts is the moststinnovative state in the country - thats according to a new study from bloomberg. it ranked states based on a high tech denisty concentration of science, technology and math employment along with degree holders in those fields. california came in at a close second, with top three. the least innovative states were mississipi, west virginia and sosoh dakota ////that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, im hena daniels 3 3 we're getting a *new* look inside syira this morning. bill whitaker... a correspondent for sixty - minutes on c - b - s... takes us to the main russian air base in syria where strikes are being launched against enemies of the bashar al - assad government. 3 it was almost midnight when our plane took off from a
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moscow. as we started to take pictures out the window, we were told nyet, no, something we heard often during the next three days. this was the first face we saw after landing. that's syrian president bashar al-assad. this once was a syrian airport. since the summer, the russians have built barracks, brought in 4,000 personnel, paved roads, rolled in truckloads of equipment and munitions - erecting a bit of russia in the heart of assad-controlled syria. (insert map)this is mostly friendly territory, at least 20 miles from the closest frontlines, but the russians aren't taking any chances. (map out) helicopter gunships constantly patrolled the perimeter. they took us out along newly extended runway to watch a steady
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the russians invited about a 3 dozen news organizations on this tour of the latakia airbase. they especially wanted us to take note of their newest fighter-bomber, the su-34. our russian guide in syria, major general igor konashenkov, is chief spokesman for the ministry of defense. natsound: press conferenceover the previous 24 hours, he said, 320 insurgents and 34 armoured vehicles were destroyed. independent monitoring groups told us some of the planes we saw taking off did bomb isis rgets, but most bombed more immediate threats to the assad's regime - - groups like the u.s. backed free syrian army and al nusrah, the syrian arm of al-qaeda. 3 3 after the break... an old book is making a new appearance in german bookstores... adolph hitler's "mein kampf." we'll show you why the book is for sale for the first time in 70 years. 3 we were well below normal
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is on the way later 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist
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taylor.3 3 expect a much warmer day today with temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little to no accumulations expected. winds will pick up overnight and continue into tomorrow where a second arctic blast will drop our high temperatures down to the teens s once ain.expect a warm up midweek with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s.there is a slight chance for snow over the weekend, but that could
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3 influential singer and songwriter david bowie has died at the age of 69 in london. in a statement on facebook... his family said he passed away *peacefully* over the weekend after a long battlele with cananr. c - b - s news correspondent don champion takes a look back bowie's life and career. 3 (sot aptn nats :51) nat ground control to major tom david bowie was a creative and artistic force. (ap image) born david jones in london in 19-47, bowie fell in love with music at the age of 13. (pipe 3 bowiennf4) in a 2002 interview with cbs news, he explained how he dededed to make a career out of music. (sot cbs pipe3 bowiennf4 2:43:37ish) "until quite late in my teens i didn't know if i was going to musical or if i was going to painting, i kept going back and forth but opted for music eventually" (-:30) (sot aptn cut - hd 1:30) bowie rocked his way onto the scene with the legendary hit 'space oddity' in 1969. (shot of album) years later his artistic expression pushed the envelope with the album "the rise and fall of ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars." (zoom of ziggy stardust
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the androgynous alter o, ziggy stardust.(sot aptn "changes" 1:42) nats "changes" as a publicity stunt he even claimed he was gay.bowie saw much of his success in the 70's and 80's... including his hit "fame"(sot aptn "fame" 2:00) nat fame (aptn file) over his 40-plus year career, bowie released 25 albums and even acted in several movies. his latest album, blackstar, was just released on friday which was his 69th birthday. bowie's artistry still shined through. (sot aptn blackstar video 3:26) nat "you're a flash in the pan.. i'm blackstar" (ap image) married to international model iman, bowie was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 1996. in a facebook post, his family said he died after an 18 month batttt with cancer.
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3 david bowie's son duncan jones tweeted overnight t d said... *very sorry and sad to say it's true. i'll be offline for a while. love to all.* british prime minister david cameron is calling bowie's death "a huge loss." 3 a mini - van was on fire in sioux city yesterday afternoon.the fire started around 1 - 30 in the 5 - hundred block of wa - bash avenue in sioux city. sioux city fire rescue contained the fire... two trucks were there. the vehicle's owner was... too. thankfully no one was hurt. 3 and there were flames and smoke in omaha's old market saturday...a fire and explosion at m's pub on 11th street. firefighters later found out the fire started because of a gas leak... causing major damage to surrounding busisisses and apararents there... omaha fire chief bernard kanger says fire crews also reported quite a few equipment issues as temperatures kept dropping. three people were taken to the hospital with non - life threatening injuries. here's what one person saw
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3 "the smell of gas on eleventh and howard was so awful i could breath. so i pulled my car into the alley and i ran stairs dropped off my work and i called 911 to tell them about the gas i would smell a leak and i ran through my neighbors and knocked on their doors to tell everyone to get out. "gas was shut off to the building just after firefighters got there. at the peak of the fire... 60 firefighters were working... that's more than *one third* of all the firefighters who were on duty in omaha at the time. 3 investigators in sac county iowa are trying to figure out who died in a fire in a home out in the country friday trying to figure out what caused the fire.the sac county sheriff's office says just before 8 friday morning they responded to a house that was on fire ououide of (breed - uh) breda. the home burned to the ground. the person who lived inside hadn't reported to work... all the vehicles were still there. around
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human remains were found in the rubble. they've been sent to the state medical examiner's office in ankeny for an autopsy and identification. investigators also haven't found out what caused the fire... but they think it started early in the morning. 3 the body of an elderly man from illinois who went missing tuesday has been found in thurston county.82 - year - old marvin davis of dekalb county illinois was found dead friday by authorities in thurston county.davis had early onset dementia. he was last heard from last week after a hotel stay in sioux city. he told a relative he was on his way to visit an old friend in washington state. cell phone records put his last known position between sioux city and omaha.his death is still under investigation... but foul play isn't suspected. 3 a north sioux city teenager is putting one of his latest robotic aircraft inventions to good
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- dough) sydow built his very own drone... to get a bird's eye view of new construction at dakota valley high school in north sioux city. (see - dough) sydow has been fascinated with drones since a very young build quite a few of his own. he's taken dozens of photos and videos inside and outside the 28 - million dollar - construction site of the schools' newest addition... which is set to open later this year. 3 "the first one i started out with only had three motors and that didn't go over very well. so, i went with four and built two of those. and my most recent one i took apart to make this."(see - dough) sydow tells us he hopes to put his talents to good use and become an engineer someday. 3 even though the snow is pretty much plowed... with the frigid temperatures we're seeing this morning... north sioux city police say travelling can still be dangerous.offiicers say all drivers should be careful in these winter driving
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of time to get your car ready. keep your gas tank full... and pack a winter survival kit just in case. 3 "please, if it's slippery, take your extra time. even in a four-wheel drive. you might be able to go just fine, but you cannot stop on ice. give yourself that extra fifteen minutes. slow down and just be safe."also...make sure to have extra winter clothes on in case you experience any car problems. 3 a sioux city man is facing robbery and theft charges after trying to steal hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from scheels' at the southern hills mall.20 - year - old clinton gant was arrested by sioux city police just before noon friday.he was caught by the loss prevention staff at scheels... he assaulted them while he was trying to escape.gant is also a suspect in quite a few other crimes... including some vehicle thefts. he's in the woodbury county jail now on 53 - thousand dollars bond. 3 and this morning we know sioux city police are @seeing what they say is an *alarming*
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after they're left unattended. as our own siouxland news reporter (yet - ska) jetske (wah - ron) wauran shows us... in most cases... the owners left the vehicle running. 3 reports of cars being stolen started surfacing around august of last year, and now, detective jeff harstad tells , that number is up to 165 as of today.when the temperature drops, it could be tempting to leave your car running before you drive.a crime of opportunity...sioux city police detective harstad says, leaving your car unattended is down- right..dangerous. "we've taken several individuals into custody for larceny of motor vehicles what we describe it as. so i know that just this morning we arrested one and then we 3 have another one that we're going to be arresting later today."harstad adds incidences started around august of last year and continue to grow, now with 165 vehicles reported stolen."165 is quite a drastic number for sioux city."police say, about 20 stolen vehicles
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jurisdictions during this time frame."there's really no neighborhood that's really immuned from it. it's all over sioux city that it's taking place."what's more, those who leave their vehicle running while unattended, could face a criminal citation. and, some insurance companies may not pay for lost or damages, causing the owner to become victims of identity theft *by leaving personalalinformation inside the vehicle"it's one thing to have remote start where your car could run and nobody can take it because the cars are with it. and it's actually another to have your vehicle running with the keys in it."harstad urges owners and drivers to please don't make it easy for car thieves: keep your vehicle locked at all times.close all windows and sunroof. and wiwi the rise of so many stolen vehicles, many residents in sioux city are gearing up their homes with security cameras to make sure these thieves stay way from their vehicles."dont leave any type of personal identification or anything that could be used for identity theft within your vehicle."now if you have any information about a stolen vehicle or if you see anything
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call crime stoppers at 712-258-tips or sioux city police. 3 amazing video from the big island of hawaii now.*a rockfall at (kill - uh - way - uh) kilauea volcano plunged into the lava lake at the summit crater and caused this impressive explosion. it happened early friday morning. volcano watchers say explosions like this happen more often en the lava lake level is relatively high. it's been high this past week... about 100 feet below the vent's rim.*when the lava lake is high... rocks in the vent wall heat up... expand... and become unstable. that can cause big sections of rock to collapse. this explosion does *not* threaten any nearby communities. a little history here... the volcano's ongoing eruption started way back in january of 19 - 83. 3
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3 3 3 if everything we saw at c - e - s hits the market... the future's going to be e very cool... little weird. we'll take a look next in your c - net tech update. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 expect a much warmer day today with temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow w showers; little to no accumulations expected. winds will pick up overnight and continue into tomorrow 3 where a second arctic blast
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once again.expect a warm 3 with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s.there is a slight chance for snow over the weekend, but that could change. stay tuned! 3 3 those pictures you see in ads and presentations are about to change. the new movement in the new we'll show y y change. are about to presestations d you see in ads thoho picturur 3 3 tuned! 3
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3 expect a much warmer day today with temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little to no accumulations expected. winds will pick up overnight and continue into tomorrow where a second arctic blast will drop our high temperatures down to the teens once again.expect a warm up midweek with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s.there is a slight chance for snow over the weekend, but that could
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3 3 those pictures you see in ads and presentations are about to change. we'll show you the new movement in stock photos. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland
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3 3 good morning, (dakota dunes)... it's (four degrees) outside at (time). 3 facing a lot of criticism that stock photos used in advertising often shows generic pictures of a narrow range of unrealistic body types and shapes... a lot of agencies are stararng to update their photos. as c - b - s news correspondent jamie (you - cuss) yuccas shows us... there's more and more of an emphasis on using models that look more like real people. 3 (narr)traditional photo agencies often sell stock images like thesea working mother having to do it all, or a woman literally 3 climbing the corporate ladderin heels. (sot - piera gelardi ) "who is going to use this image, and for what, and who sees themself in this
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the most important thing for us." (narr)executive creative director piera gelardi says that's why her lifestyle website refinery 29 won't rely on stock photo companies. the site styles its own photos in order to appeal to their target audience: millennial women. (piera gelardi, refiner 29 exec creative director) "//the industry has traditionally been very homogeneous so it's very importan@ for us to really break that and show diversity and show our audience in our content." (photoshoot photos/stuff)( sot, prof. amy aronson 19:41:43)"stock photography really does create and circulate stereotypes, and stereotypes by their very nature are a kind of cultural shorthand. they boil things down to the e st recognizable, simplest terms." (narr)amy aronson is a media studies professor at fordham university. (sot, prof aronson )"the problem is the repetition and the fact that we often get locked into either sexist or stereotypic images of women which often function to remind us of those stereotypes if not in some ways reinforce them." (narr) keren sachs is the director of content development at shutterstock, one of the largest companies of its kind. every second, people around the world download four of their images. (jamie & keren) jy: "why can't you guys go in and clean out those images that you and i probably wouldn't think were that great?"ks: "so our goal is really to encourage our contributors to create new content and to constantly upload it. we don't go back
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(narr)sachs is traveling to different countries asking thousands of contributing photographers for more authentic images of women. (keren sachs)"i want to make sure that when my son grows up that the images that he sees on a daily basis are real. and aren't a fantasy. that he knows what women actually look like a a sees the accurate portrayal of all types of people." (narr) and that may start with these women, focusing on the future, one photo at atime. jamie yuccas, cbs news, new york.
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to you by window world"3 you by window brought to you by window world" 3 expect a much warmer day today with in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little to no accumulations expected.winds will pick up overnight and continue into tomorrow where a second arctic blast will drop our high temperatures down to the teens once again.expect a warm up midweek with partly cloudy skies temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s. there is a slight chance for snow over the weekend, but that could change. stay tuned! 3 3 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...new yorkers thought it was a hot thing to strip to their underwear in winter... in public... along with pants - less crowds in about 60 countries. the annual no pants subway ride was sunday... it started in new york in 2002 and was
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everywhere... a global flash mob group. folks were assigned personal numbers and told to show up at central gathering spots in each city borough. then they got onto subways... and tore their pants off on the tracks.whole new york families were part of this... even babies were bared down to their diapers. trouser - less riders were also in atlanta... chicago... dallas... london... and a few 3 other places. 3 3 coming up... five employees of a store that sells books critical of the chinese government have gone missing. we'll take you to hong kong... where thousands of protesters are demanding answersplus your morning news,
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we take e e 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers
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and ____have a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go... 3 3 the world's largest lottery prize is up for grabs wednesday night. the powerball jackpot is now an estimated one point three billion dollars. so high... most powerball signs can't even show the huge payout because they're aren't made to register into the billions.in a story that seems like it came from a movie... the drug lord known as el chapo is back in prison... and could be headed to the united states in a few weeks. mexican authorities have notified (hawk - een) joaquin guzman that he's wanted in the the first steps in bringing him to the states. while on the run... (gooz - man) guzman had a secret meeting with actor sean penn... which police say played a role in his capture.and jury selection starts today in the trial of caesar goodson... the police officer who ove the van that carried freddie gray before his death. when gray
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was critically injured after he was driven for 45 minutes... handcuffed... shackled... and unrestrained in the back of the van. goodson is facing second degree murder charges. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. 3 and here is what the folks in studio 57 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".i'm charlie rose. coming up, acting education secretary john king, junior.he takes us to the brooklyn school where he was a student. that's coming up, on cbs this morning 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist
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3 expect a much warmer day today with temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little winds will pick up overnight and continue into tomorrow will drop our high temperatures down to the teens once again.expect a warm up midweek with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s.there is the weekend, but that could change. stay tuned! 3 3 3 in hong kong... five employees of a store that sells books critical of the chinese government have gone missing. as c - b - s news correspondent seth doane shows us... thousands of protesters have now turned out to demand answers. 3 (pkg) nats - protesters today
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reading: "today lee bo, tomorrow you and me" (pic lee, letter used in en/ctm pieces)lee disappeared december 30th. days later he purportedly sent a letter which suggested he was in mainland china - assisting with "an investigation". lee was the 5th person tied to "causeway bay books" to go missing. (alternate shorter: lee, a hong kong editor, disappeared december 30th. he is the 5th person to go missing tied to causeway bay books.") [cg :2-2-ne\seth ane \cbs news, hong kong\ \ ] tandup - seth doane, in stairwell / at night - 12:25 - cbs unilateral material uploaded thurs pm et - there is another one sent later from the daytime - please use the nighttime one)(seth:) // this bookshop specializes in the stories that could never be on sale in - criticizing the communist party and the rulers nats - more protesters todayprotesters worry chinese government agents illegally snatched lee and took him into mainland china. (gfx - hk govt - statement emailed earlier by foreign desk)the hong kong government released a statement today saying "law enforcement officers of other jurisdictions do not have the authority to take actions if they are in hong kong..." (end gfx) (sot - protester / sammy chow, 56, protester in cantonese - aptn)(sammy chow, cantonese:) proester sammy chow said, the chinese government shouldn't use their tricks to arrest our hong kong people. william nee is following this case for amnesty international. (sot - seth / william - 13:03 - 13:41 - from ctm piece, whole thing
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sees this type of company as posing a threat to national security because they say they're producing rumorsrsnd slander about the country's leadership and political system. nats - protesters lee bo's picture is just the latest face in the fight against beijing's efforts to exert control.seth doane, cbs news, beijing. 3 we're three weeks away from the iowa caucuses... and quite a few republicanan presidential candidates are cocong back to siouxland this week.later today... senator rick santorum will hold a town hall meeting in orange city. that'll be at pizza ranch at 10 a - m. 3 3 former hewlett packard c - e - o carly fiorina will be here today... part of her five campaign stops in northwest iowa. she'll hold a townhall meeting at bev's on the river at 5:30 tonight. tomorrow she'll be at the midwest deli and grill in holstein at 10 a - m. 3 3 republican presidential will be in siouxland tonight. carson will hold a town hall
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cream parlor and museum in le mars. that event starts at 7 - 45 tonight. 3 3 new jersey governor and republican presidentiti candidate chris christie will be in siouxland next weekend. christie's planning a town hall meeting at buffalo alice on historic fourth street in downtown sioux city. that event is scheduled for sunday... january 17th. doors open at 3 - 30... the town hall meeting starts at 4 - 30. 3 3 the *nationa* front - runner for the g - o - p nomination will be in *sioux center* later this monthth donald trump is behind texas senator ted cruz in iowa... but he still holds a large lead in the polls across the nation. he'll be speaking at the b - j haan auditorium at dordt college at 11 a - m saturday... january 23rd. doors open at 9 a - m. trump's sioux center appearance is just 9 days befofo iowa's first - in - the - nanaon caucuses... february 1st. 3 and speaking for almost an hour to an auditorium of about 17 - hundred folks in ottumwa
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donald trump said february 1st iowans are " "going to change" the fact that he's *tied* in the hawkeye state. the businessman also focused on north korea's dictator kim jong - -n and his leadership in the communist country. "if you look at north korea, this guy, he's like a maniac, okay? and you have to give him credit. how many young guys - like 25 or 26 when father died -- take over these tough generals it is pretty amazing if you think about it... he is the boss it is incredible. he wiped out the uncle. he wiped out this one that one. he really does have missiles, really does 3 have nukes."at the end of his speech trump said if he doesn't win in iowa... he'll still love the folks in iowa. 3 3 and on the other sidedef the aisle... virginia governor terry (ma - call - if) mcauliffe made a stop in sioux city... part of his
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in iowa. (ma - call - if) mcauliffe thinks clinton will fight for working class families and give tax cuts to the middle class. he also talked about the importance for iowans to take part in the upcoming caucuses. 3 "iowa is going to have a huge y in who the next p psident of the united states of america is. as i say, i've known hillary for a very very long time, she will fight for us, and i want to make sure that we're energized and focused. to make sure on february first every bodies out fighting for her.the governor also visited waterloo... cedar rapids... and iowa city this weekend. 3 3 after his final state of the union speech tuesday... president obama will start his usual nationwide tour in omaha. the presidents speech is expected to focus on progress made in reducing unemployment over seven years in office... and what he wants to do over his final year. after his stop in omaha... the president will travel to baton rouge louisiana. the white house says it'll be his first trip
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3 a potential terrorist threat has been averted with the arrest of two iraqi refugees who are living in the united states. now... as our correspondent jeff barnd shows us... these arrests are adding to concerns about resettling syrian refugees in the united states. 3 23 year old aws mohammed younis al-jayab of sacramento faces charges of making false statements involving global terrorism.24 year old omar faraj saeed al hardan of houston is charged with attempting to provide material support to isis.both men came from iraq and the arrests come as concerns have been recently raised regarding the u.s. refugee screening process. as president obama plans to allow 10,000 syrian refugees on u.s. soil by october 1st late last year, the house passed a measure to increase oversight of the refugee screening process. the 3 chair of t t homeland security
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the senate needs to act now to pass *his* house measure to strengthen the vetting process."/sot/"we have two iraqis, that came through the refugee program... one actually traveled to syria, to train and come back as a foreign fighter. if this is not enough evidence as to why we need this legislation passed, than i don't know what more is necessary."/vo/other lawmakers we talked to on the hill credit the law enforcement community for their diligence in these arrests./sot/steve russell "am i concerned about terrorists coming in, absolutely, do i think we need to have them in a legitimate system so that we can monitor their activities? yes. and they were monitored and they were caught."lofgren "if there are those who are threatening our country they should be arrested, mindful that most of the peopop who've done harm to our country have been americans, and american- grown."/sig-out/according to federal immigration officials there are nearly 23-hundred syrian refugees already here on u.s. soil and the united nations says it has referred nearly 23-thousand syrian refugees for resettlement to
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jeff barnd reporting. 3 if convicted... al - jayab faces up to eight years in prison. harden faces up to 20 years behind bars... both are looking at a maximum fine of 250 - thousand dollars each. 3 como zoo in saint paul minnesota celebrated the first birthday of one of its smallest animals in a big way.zookeepers held a party for kemala the orangutan yesterday. like other one year olds. she got to enjoy a cake and juice at her party.and just like other one year olds... the real fun came from the decorations. she wrapped herself in the streamers and rolled around the ape house. 3 3 3 3 if you win the powerball jackpot this week... there's a mansion in los angels for sale. we'll show you the *hef* - ty price
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the *hef* - ty catch that comes with it. 3 "you're watching siouxlxld news at sunrise, with jacob
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3 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning.
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3 one of the most famous mansions in the world is for sale right now. the playboy mansion has hit the market for nearly 200 times the original price it was bought for back in 19 - 71. c - b - s news correspondent (me - uh - ree - uh) mireya (vee - uh - ree - all) villarreal has more. 3 nat- monkey, grotto, parrot) (narr 2)but for decades... the insides were less than stately. hefner bought the playboy mansion in 1971 for $1.1 million. now... playboy enterprises is said to be
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times that much.(sot) gh: i think that is a stretch. but this street certainly supports $50-60 million. //"they're not making individual lots that size any longer."(narr 3)greg harris specializes in l-a's luxury real estate. the house appraises for about $35 million. but he acknowledges there is added historical value to the 22-thousand- square foot holmby hills home... like graceland, or michael jackson's neverland. but there's a catch: the buyer has to agree to a room mate hefner himself gh: hef gets to stay in the home until he passes away. //mv: someone is going to pay $200 million dollars and heff gets to stay on the property. that doesn't sound right? //gh: it happens from time to time.(narr 4)with that kind if asking price... harris says a corporation or international investor would be the next likely owner.(sot - harris)gh: "it's pools, its grottos, its'a a pretty big
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it's an entertainer's home. // mv: you're putting it very g-rated right now.gh: (laughing and turns red) it's somebody who entertains a lot. (narr 5)so while the names on the mansion's title may change its reputation for excess could likley live on. which might be exactly what certain buyers are looking for. mireya villarreal cbs news los angeles. 3 the cars of the future might not have mirrors or door handles... and they might be able to park themselves with the wave of a hand. c - net dot com's (car - uh) kara (sue - boy) tsuboi shows us the concept cars from c - e - s 20 - 16 in las vegas. 3 pkglook closely and you'll notice something missing from this bmw i-8 concept car: mirrors. the two side mirrors have been replaced by cameras with two additional cameras on the back. the rearview mirror is now a screen. sot - wayne cunningham / senior editor, cnet"instead of just single images from each camera, they've actually fused the image to one display. this actually looks like the
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and it's showing everything that's behind me." the updated vw microbus, nicknamed budd-e, is also missing a traditional car feature door handles.sot - emme hall / editor, cnet"let me see if i can open up this side door. i'm just going to put my hand right here. and then oh my god, it opened up!" the all electric concept vehicle also lets you open the trunk with your foot. but gesture control can do more than open and closesedoors. with a wave of your hand, you can park a bmw i-8 concept car. using an apple watch, a special app detects the motion of the gesture and authorizes the car to start parking via the cloud.sot - dr. philipp reinisch / bmw group (john has the bite)"it's always activation like that. to get the car in the parking space, it's like the tennisisforehaha and to get it out it's activation again and waving two times toward yourself."nats without using your hands, you'll someday be able to get your house ready for your arrival with just your voice. sot - mark fields / ceo, ford "from inside our vehicle, we can control our connected smart home devices. alexa, turn on my kitchen lights.
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"ok.""a partnership between ford and amazon would put the virtual personal assistant alexa into vehicles for the first time.for more car tech news and reviews, visit cnet.com. in las vegas, i'm kara tsuboi, cnet.com for cbs news. 3 3 a heisman trophy winner is going from the gridiron to the great white way. it's (time)... your sunrise
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break.3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 expect a much warmer day today with 3 temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little to no accumulations expected. winds will pick up overnight and continue into tomorrow where a second arctic blast will drop our high temperatures down to the teens
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skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s.there is the weekend, but that could change. stay tuned! 3 3 star wars smashes box office records... emmy rossum talks about "shameless"... and meet the football star who's now scoring on broadway. chris martinez has your eye on entertainment. 3 ((pkscript)) ------------------------ (narr:) football legend eddie
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gridiron to broadway 3 this week. the former running back debuts on tuesday as billy flynn in the musical "chicago." george says the discipline he learned as an athlete has helped him prepare for the stage.(sot from eddie george/"billy flynn")making sure i'm nimble, loose, flexible, pliable so i can dance, working on my acting elements from improve to script reading.george has been fine tuning his acting skills since retiring from the nfl in 2005.------------------------- -------------------------3 --------------------- (narr:) (nats "shameless"/showtime) "shameless" kicked off its sixth season. emmy rossum stars as the oldest daughter in the gallagher family. shameless we should have a party. a welcome home party, the whole familywith an absentee father, she has taken on duties of both parent and sister. this season she confronts her own shortcomings. (sot from emem rossumumctress) 11.01.10 it's kind of starting to sink in that she's not as good a younger siblings as she thinks she is. but she hasn't really had a role modelvo"shameless" airs sundays on showtime.
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------------------------- ---------------------( nats "star wars: the force awakens"/walt disney studios "star wars: the force awakens" is a force indeed at the box record over the weekend. less than a month after opening, the film has raked in 41.6 million dollars in domestic ticket sales and another 104 million overseas. it's now the third-largest grossing movie in the world ever. vothat's your eye on entertainment. cm cbs news, los angeles 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... a chinese company demonstrated a single
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would 3 you use one to 3 get around? 3 3 still to come this morning... a woman in texas went to great lengths to talk about a promise she made to her daughter years earlier we'll have the story of a surrogate grandmother.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather
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siouxland news at sunrise.3 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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3 expect a much warmer day today with temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little to no accumulations expected. winds will pick up overnight and continue into tomorrow will drop our high temperatures down to the teens once again.expect a warm up midweek with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s.there is a slight chance for snow over the weekend, but that could change. stay tuned! 3 a woman in texas went to great lengths to deliver on a promise she made to her
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b - s news correspondent omar (vee - uh - frank - uh) villafranca shows us how three generations have bonded over one birth. 3 kelley mckissack calls the birth of her daughter kelceya little miracle.the 28 year old shared the moment, wednesday, in the operating room with her mother tracey(source: grandmother surrogate tx hrem14 @ 20:24:59)(kelley) "they pulled her little head out and that was the most amazing thing i've ever seen in my life. ever." (5 sec) (track)kelley and her husband aaron tried for years to have a baby on their own. but repeated infertility treatments were unsuccessful and they experienced three heartbreaking miscarriages. (source: grandmother surrogate "at any point did you think (kelley) "no, that was never an option for us." (track) kelley and aaron had four remaining embryos from their final round of in-vitro fertilizationwhen her mom offered *another* option: to act as a surrogate and give (source: grandmother surrogate tx hrem14 @ 20;23;43)(kelley) "she was like i think i need to do this, , said i think k u need t tthink about it."
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hesitant?" (kelley) "i mean just, just for her health (20:23:53) (10 sec)(track) tracey was in excellent healthbut at 53.she was already seven years into menopause.so doctor joe leveno put her on hormone therapy to enable her to carry a baby again. (20;34;58;23 doc leveno) she was a star. she exceeded all of my expectations by a mile. in other words she cocolained probably a fraction of what my average patient does in terms of aches and pains(source: grandmother surrogate tx hrem14 @ 20:29:37)(tracey) "when i was in my 20s and pregnant with her and her brother it was easy."(omar) how was it in your 50s? (tracey) "it was difficult. it was just exhausting." (7 sec) on the big daytracey had a c- section..and gave birth to her grand daughter.baby kelcey headed home today.proving a mother's and grandmother's lovevenows no bounds.ov, cbs news, plano texas 3 there could be a new millionaire in sioux city.a winning lottery ticket was sold at the hy - vee on gordon drive. the iowa lottery confirms one ticket
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five matching numbers... that'll get you one - million dollars. but overall no one got saturday's almost 950 - million dollar powerball jackpot. right now... it's estimated wednesday's jackpot will be 1 point 3 billion dollars. the odds of winning that are one in 292 - million. powerball is sold in 44-states... including puerto rico and the u - s virgin islanan. 3 a mini - van was on fire in sioux city yesterday afternoon.the fire started around 1 - 30 in the 5 - hundred block of wa - bash avenue in sioux city. sioux city fire rescue contained the fire... two trucks were there. the vehicle's owner was... too. thankfully no one was hurt. 3 and there were flames s and smokokin omaha's old market saturday...a firerend explosion at m's pub on 11th street. firefighters later found out the fire started because of a gas leak... causing major damage to surrounding businesses and apartments there... omaha fire chief bernard kanger says fire crews also reported quite
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temperatures kept dropping. three people were taken to the hospital with non - life threatening injuries. here's what one person saw during what happened. 3 "the smell of gas on eleventh and howard was so awful i could breath. so i pulled my car into the alley and i ran upstairs dropped off my work anani called 911 to tell them about the gas i would smell a leak and i ran through m neighbors and knocked on their doors to tell everyone to get out. "gas was shut off to the building just after firefighters got there. at the peak of the fire... 60 firefighters were working... that's more than *one third* of all the firefighters who were on duty in n aha at the titi. 3 investigators in sac county iowa are trying to figure out who died in a fire in a home out in the country friday morning. they're also caused the fire.the sac county sheriff's office says just before 8 friday morning they responded to a house that was on fire outside of (breed - uh) breda.
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ground. the person who o lived inside hadn't reported to work... all the vehicles were still there. around one o'clock friday afternoon human remains were found in the rubble. they've been sent to the state medical examiner's office in ankeny for an autopsy and identification. investigators also haven't found out what caused the fire... but they think it starteteearly in the morning. 3 the body of an elderly man from illinois who went missing tuesday has pbeen found in thurston county.82 - year - old marvin davis of dekalb county illinois was found dead friday by authorities in thurston county.davis had early onset dementia. he was last heard from last week after a hotel stay in sioux city. he told a relative he was on his way to visit an old friend in washington state. cell phone records put his last known position between sioux city and omaha.his death is still under investigation... but foul play isn't suspected. 3 a north sioux city teenager is
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robotic aircraft inventions t t gogo use.16 - year - old nate (see - dough) sydow built his very own drone... to get a bird's eye view of new construction at dakota valley high school in north sioux city. (see - dough) sydow has been fascinated with drones since a very young age... so he decided to build quite a few of his own. he's taken dozens of photos and videos inside and d tside the 28 - millionondollar - construction site of the schools' newest addition... which is set to open later this year. 3 "the first one i started out with only had three motors and that didn't go over very well. so, i went with four and built two of those. and my most recent one i took apart to make this."(see - dough) sydow tells us he hopes to put his talents to good use and become an engineer someday. 3 even though the snow is pretty much plowed... with the frigid temperatures we're seeing this morning... north sioux city police say travelling can still be
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drivers should be careful in these winter driving conditions. leave plenty of time to get your car ready. keep your gas tank full... and pack a winter survival kit just in case. 3 "please, if it's slippery, take your extra time. even in a four-wheel drive. you might be able to go just fine, but you cannot stop on ice. give yourself that extra fifteen minutes. slow down and just be safe."also...make sure to have extra winter clothes on in case you experience any car problems. 3 3 after folks have weight loss surgery... they need some help to make sure they don't start their bad habits again. up next in your healthwatch... we'll show you how support groups can make the transition a little easier. 3 we were well below normal yesterday but warmer weather
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3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" with temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little to no accumulations expected. and continue into tomorrow where a second arctic blast will drop our high temperatures down to the teens once again.expect a warm up midweek with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper s and mid 30s.there is a slight chancncfor snow over the weekend, but that could change. stay tuned!
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3 3 almost half of the teenagers in the united states are exposed to second - hand smoke. the centers for disease control says 35 percent are exposed at indoor and outdoor public areas... 27 percent are exposed at w/rk. 3 3 researchers in michigan are telling parents to pay close attention to how their children sleep... even if they're high achievers. researchers say pediatricians usually only ask about sleep when a child is struggling in school. but they found even children with higher i - q's behave better when their sleep apnea is fixed. 3 3 and 3 out of 4 adults under the age of 45 who are experiencing stroke symptoms delay a trip to the hospital. that's according to u - c - l - a researchers who say young adults often underestimate symptoms like numbness... weakness... or sudden speech difficulty. doctors say the first 3 hours after a stroke are
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3 after folks have weight loss surgery... they need some help to make sure they don't start their bad habits again. siouxland news reporter kayla novak shows us how support groups can make the transition a little easier. 3 bariatric surgery is a complete life style change "we look at weightloss surgery as just a tool it is not a quick fix. or an easy way out. so to really help the patients be successful with this tool, the educational program is really neccessary along with the support group." the educational program team includes registered dieticians, registered nurses, psycologists, and bariatric surgeons. "and so we really work together as a multidisiplinary team to help the patients not only physically but emotionally mentally prepare for the life style changes that they will have to make." doctors also reccomend these patientsjoin support groups to help them through these major life changes. "if you are on a
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decision of either following your diet that day or not, they dont have that decision any longer because weight loss surgery is a permanent change to your body." 3 each group includes 10 to 30 patients and they talk about good eating habits 3 and avoiding bad habits. "so we really try to teach them not only alternatives of things they can do other than warding with food bubualso coping mechanisms to nototse foods for comfort or to cellebrate or to mourn. but to try to rely on some other things."though the midlands clinic is one place to find a weight loss support group, you can also find other groups in the community and online. kayla novak, siouxland news. 3 3 3 if everything we saw at c - e - s hits the market... the future's going to be very cool... little weird. we'll take a look next in your
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3 and drones are all the rage not be long before you're
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here's your c - net tech update.. 3 at ces 2016, some futuristic tech isn't as far out as you may think. i'm bridget carey. this is your cnet update. 3 it's been a busy few days here at ces, also known as the consumer electronics show. we've seen interesting developments in smart home appliances, car tech, health trackers, and virtual reality. but now that the show is winding down, we're able to step back and think about the products that stood out and were really just so different. and - dare i say - could change the future. when it comes to televisions, you expect to see thingsgshat are bigger and brighter and thinner, but l llet us touch a o-led television that you could roll up like a piece of paper and slip into your bag. we're still a few years away from making this a realistic portable tv, because you'd need to power it wirelessly and somehow have inputs for all your cable or streaming things.the future of tv could also be made up of a bunch of smaller displays that
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fofo one giant image. samsung showed a concept screen that snaps together in different aspect ratios. that lets you build a larger tv than what is possible with current tech, because the bigger you go, the harder it is to make. and we've all seen plenty of drones and quad copters on the show floor, but what about a drone for you to ride in. yes you as a person, can sit inside it. my colleague ashley esqueda checked out the e-hang 184, whwhh wasn't giving demo rides because of regulations and such, but the company says the eight rotors can carry you at 11 thousand feet in the air, at 65 miles an hour. you sit in and just tap a place on the map where you want to go, so you're not actually doing the driving. and you're not going to go too far because it has about 23 minutes of battery life. apparently it has accomplished one hundred successful manned test flights so far.if you rather not actually be inside of a drone, there are other ways to feel like you're flying. the company parrot has a drone you can pilot while wearing a
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you see the point of view of the drone while you fly it - like a real life video game. and what if a hoverboard could also be your home assistant? intel partnered with segway, which created a personal transportation device that transforms into a robot. and with intel's real sense technology, it can quickly identify your face and answer the door, recognizing if your friends are at the door or if it's someone you don't know. it also reads the area instantly to not run into walls. it was one example of what can be done with intel's fast processing chips - and they are testing out arms for this thing, so it could carry stuff for you. i just want it to do some chores, but we're not at rosie level - yet. maybe next ces.thanks for watching and you can catch up on all the highlights from the show at cnet.com slash ces. from the cnet stage at the las vegas convention center, i'm bridget carey.3 to you by window world" 3 expect a much warmer day today
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teens and lower 20s.tonight there is a slight chance for isolated snow showers; little to no accumulations expected. winds will pick up overnight and continue into tomorrow where a second arctic blast will drop our high temperatures down to the teens once again.expect a warm up midweek with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and mid 30s.there is a slight chance for snow over the weekend, but that could change. stay tuned!3 3 we'll take a look at your traffic, news and weather to
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at sunrise.
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3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on _____ and ____have a safe drive toto work and school this m mning, for siouxland news, this is sgt todd sassmann 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 the world's largest lottery prize is up for grabs wednesday night. the powerball jackpot is now an estimated one point three billion dollars. so high... st powerball signgncan't even show the huge payout because they're aren't made to register into the billions.in a story that seems like it came from a movie... the drug lord known as el chapo is back in prison... and could be headed to the united states in a few weeks. mexican authorities have notified (hawk - een) joaquin guzman that he's wanted in the u - s... which is one of the first steps in bringing him to the states. while on the run... (gooz - man) guzman had a secret meeting with actor sean penn... which police say played a role
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capture.and jury selection starts today in the trial of caesar goodson... the police officer who drove the van that carried freddie gray before his death. when gray got to the police station he was critically injured after he was driven for 45 minutes... handcuffed... shackled... and unrestrained in the back of the van. goodson is facing second degree murder charges. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, january 1st, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." rock legend david bowie loses his secret life with cancer. we remember the trail blazing artist who captured music and evernding persona. >> the capture of el guzman led
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