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try to determine the idenity. at the time authorities beleve there is no reason to suspect foul play. tim: still no charges following a weekend stabbing that sent two men to the hospital. yesterday afternoon sioux city police were called to the 15- hundred block of pierce on a report of a stabbing. police says they discovered two brothers suffering from stab wounds to their stomachs. both were taken to mercy medical center with non life threatening injuries. as i said, no charges have been filed, but the incident remians under investigation. jenna: an o'neill woman is dead and a man injured in an appearant stabbing. according to the holt county attorney, a 37- year-old hispanic woman was pronounced dead at the hospital in o'neill saturday night. the apparent cause of her death was multiple stab wounds caused by a knife. a 37-year-old hispanic man was also injured in the incident. authorities are still investigating. tim: the uber driver
michigan, saturday evening, made his first court appearance monday. jason brian dalton was arraigned on six counts of murder, two counts of assault with intent to commit murder and eight firearms charges. he was denied bale. police arrested dalton early sunday after they say he killed six people over seven hours at three different locations. two others were wounded. prosecutors say it appears all of the victims were random. jenna: trinity rail, a rail car maintenance company, has pulled the plug on a proposed more than 30 million dollar project in sioux city. trinity rail repairs and rebuilds oil tankers. they were in talks with the city to build a maintenance facility in southbridge business park. the project would've been worth 30 point nine million... but the company has since backed out. "trinity loved the site, they love sioux city. if they ever come back in the future they said they would certaintly consider us. but, it has to do with the oil market...the price of oil dropping so dramatically really
facility they were going to build here just really decreased" says marty dougherty, director of economic development for sioux city. dougherty says spots in southbridge business park are in high demand, so they're not worried about the economic impact of losing this project. tim: if enjoy camping you may want to attend a public meeting tomorrow night, concerning a campground developement project. sioux city's park and recreation department is holding the 7pm meeting at city hall to discuss plans for new campgrounds in a consulting group will present site the public is encouraged to attend. and turning now trail,we're just one day away from the race for the tomorrow, the republicans will caucus in nevada. donald trump is another victory after his big win in south carolina. democrats are in the south courting the american vote. moton reports from washington.
early presidential contest switch. nat hillary clinton we just won nevada it's the democrats turn in the deep south while the republicans are now out west in nevada for tomorrow's caucuses. sot donald trump 16:35:35 we're going to keep winning. we're going to make america great again! this morning, donald trump is still riding high after his big weekend win in south carolina. he scored all 50 of the state's delegates, winning evangelical voters. sot trump "you know, i didn't know i was going to win by that much. and we won by a lot. / the gop pack is down to 5 contenders...jeb bush out. the two cuban- erican freshman senators left to battle it out to become the trump alternative. sot ted cruz 17:48:26 donald trump has demonstrated that he has a relatively high floor of support but he's also got i think a ceiling. nevada caucus winner hillary clinton is favored in south carolina. she's already focused on the super tuesday states like texas where she rallied over the weekend. sot clinton "some may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other" it was also another big rally for bernie sanders in greenville, south
celebrity help from actor danny glover. sanders is working to court the black vote...which lead to an awkward, luke warm reception at this predominantly african american church. (kenneth standup close) tomorrow night, sanders and clinton will hit the stage for a democratic town hall at the university of south carolina. the republicans are spending today rallying in nevada where the latest poll has trump leading by 26 points. tim: a truce between some -- but not all fighting inside syria could goes into effect this weekend. that's according to a western diplomat with intimate knowledge of the talks. in a joint statement, the u-s and russia say the "cessation of hostilities" is the result of talks between the two countries, as co- chairs of the international syria support group. the white house says president obama called russian president vladimir putin today (monday) to discuss the truce. white house press
call was made on putin's request. he said putin about nationwide cessation of hostilities armed opposition and the syrian regime and its the proposed truce does not include terror groups currently such as isis. jenna: the wife of bill cosby will answer questions today (monday) related to the sexual assault case against her husband. camille cosby was deposed by attorneys for the eight women who have sued her for defamation. this is video or her attorney's arriving to court. one of the women-- tamara green-- filed the defamation lawsuit against cosby in december 2014. she accused cosby of sexually assaulting her in 1970. green along with the others claim that cosby's husband let his defense team paint them as liars after they accused him of sexual assault. bill cosby's lawyers tried to prevent camille from bng deposed... but sunday night the judge denied their
sunday night the judge denied their motion. tim: the fbi is defending its demand that apple help them open the iphone belonging to the san bernardino shooter. fbi director james comey writes in a new blog post and press release that syed farook's phone might have "critical additional clues" in the investigation-- (gfx) including "whether others were involved." 14 people were killed in the december attack and since then investigators have been trying to unlock farook's iphone5c. comey writes look the survivors in the in the mirror, if we don't follow this lead." but apple says creating a way to passcode would put the privacy and security of all apple customers at risk. " " apple hahelped the fbi and in this investigation and in every way the law required. but it has to draw the line at recreating code, changing its iphone, putting its engineers and creative talents to destroy the iphone as it exists.
magistrate judge ordered apple to help the fbi hack into the password- protected phone. apple is fighting the judge's order?saying while it is technically unlock the phone, believes it is "too dangerous to do". jenna: oscar nominees up stacked. won an oscar... or nominated before. but many eyes are on leonardo dicaprio... and whether the 5- time acting nominee will finally take home the gold statue. abc's brandi hitt reports. " " ((abc approved music)) nats -- 1 they are hollywood's leading men... nats - (red carpet photographers) ...competing for oscar gold. sot -- eddie redmayneneneactor nominee ((oscar nominations gfx - "best actor")) this year's "best actor" nominees include -- brian cr
michael fassbender... and eddie redmayne... fresh off his win... last year. sot -- (from ceremony, 2015) damon - starring in "the martian" -- is also an oscar winner... taking home 1998's "best original screenplay"... affleck. sot -- (from ceremony, 1998) sot -- matt damon, best actor nominee this is fassbender's second nomination -- playing the role of "steve jobs." nats - (from film: "trumbo") and "trumbo's" -- bryan cranston -- is up for his first oscar? ever. sot -- bryan cranston, best actor nominee nats -- ("the revenant" but this year's favorite is di- caprio... in the brutal drama -- "the revenant." sot -- leonardo dicaprio, best actor nominee sot -- lesley messer, abc news digital entertaieditor ((ceremony footage - montage)) look -- that's dicaprio in 1994?nominated for "what's eating gilbert grape... then "the aviator"... "blood diamond"... and "the wolf of wall street"... but -- no win. sot -- lesley messer, abc news digital entertainment editor ((on camera tag -- hollywood location)) in fact -- dicaprio has already won countless awards for enant" -- including a golden globe... and sag award. find out if he takes home his first oscar... sunday. brandi hitt -- abc news -- hollywood. jenna: ure to
and make sure to tune in this sunday, right here to abc9, well have detailed coverage of the ocsars and experts of our own. tim: you wont want to miss this fun night! .....chat...... jenna: still to come... and when we come back, changes have beemade when it comes to getting starbucks rewards, stay with us. fred: (fred) a light mix of rain and snow will be seen by some tonight, and patchy fog may also be experienced. temperatures will remain nice for february. see you after the break for the complete story.
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customers were asking baristas to ring up a series of items as separate transactions, slowing down the process. the new program is based on how much a customer spends, not on the number of transactions. the coffee giant says it expects the customer payouts will stay about the same under the new program. fred: jenna: tim: (jenna) fred, are we expecting a large amount of rain or snsn tonight? (frere no, amounts will be quque light, but there could be patchy fog too. fred: (fred) the hd radar shows a light mix of rain
time lapse of the port neal welding company skycam hd shows that we didn't enjoy much sunshine today. 41 was the high today and 34 the low. here's the storm lake skycam hd, showing cloudy skies. 41 is the sioux city temperature. we started off the morning with fog and somewhat mild february temperures, but it was a slow go to warmrmuch today with all of the clouds. local temperatures are in the 30s north and east and 40s south and west. visibilitys fine at the moment, but there could be some patchy fog late tonight. looking at the satellite and radar over the upper midwest, we can see some rain and snow to our west. this is associated with the chance of light rain and snow siouxland will see tonight. the ststmcast hd shows at we have a
tonight. little to no accumulation is expected. we'll see a partly cloudy day tomorrow, then another chance for a light rain/snow mix will come on wednesday afternoon and evening. your temperature forecast is for us to be in the lower 30s by morning commute time tomorrow. we will warm the middle 30s and and lower 40s by tomorrow afternoon. your forecast for tonight is for a low of 30 and a slslht chance of light rain and snow, along with patchy fog. tomorrow, look for partly cloudy skies and a high of 42. the 7-day forecast shows that slight chance of light rain or snow in the afternoon and evening wednesday. breezy winds will accompany cooler temperatures thursday. we'll see a late-week warmup, all the way to 52 saturday. then, we'll cool again quite a bit
have dropped, since the c-d-c recommended a vaccine. researchers at the c-d-c just published a new study on human papillomavirus -- also known as h- p-v. the study looks at four types of the virus -- two of which are responsible for 66-percent of cervical cancers in the united states. in just six years, researchers saw the rate of infection among teenage girls drop from 11- point-5 percent to four-point-three percent. for women between the ages ofof0 and 24, the rate of infection fell from 18- point-five percent to 12-point-1 percent. there has been a stigma associated with the vaccine, because the h-p-v is most commonly spread through sexual contact. jenna: workplace wellness programs have become a common way for companies
employees. many of these initiatives involve giving away something we all love -- cash! but is there a smarter way to go about that? that's at the center of a new study. andrew spencer has more in today's health minute. " " employers want healthier employees...and as a result, workplace wellness programs are hot! according to a study published in the annals of internal medicine - now more than 80% of big companies are now offering some form of financial incentive to get their workers to participate. looking at how such programs can be more effective... researchers gave nearly 300 people a 7-thousand step goal to keep up during a 13-week- challenge. the study participants were broken up into groups... one got one dollar and forty cents for each day they hit the 7-thousand step goal. the second group's participants were entered into a daily lottery -- they could only win if they met their goal the day before. the third received $42 upfront each month -- with the caveat that participants lost one dollar and forty cents for each day they failed to meet the 7- thousand step goal. so what did researchers find? the group that was threatened with losing money excercised more. one physician involved with the study says it's all how the reward is framed...adding that our brains are wired to avoid losing things...and we like the immediatat gratification of getting the momoy upfront.
breaking news tonight in the race for the whi house. the major resignation. also, donald trump, is he now unstoppable? rubio and cruz, battling to be the alternative. but with both of them in, does it help trump? >> you're going to say, please, please mr. president. we can't stand it anymore. we don't want to keep winning. >> and tonight, has hillary clinton turned a corner? terror. the alleged uber gunman in court. six dead. and you will hear from the passengers who gotnto his uber car before and after the shootings. what he said to thth. th storm system tonight, in the south, possible tornadoes,