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convenient stores talks about efforts to prevent more credit card skimmers from showing up. the dream maybe over for the owner of a popular plymouth county recreational facility thanks to a series of complaints received by county officials. the board of adjustment sited of series of complaints in voting unanimously to deny a new permit. >> a news reporter jaclyn driscoll spoke with both sides this afternoon. what's the next step for this business? >> i spoke with the owner who says he's shocked by the decision and says he needs the public's help to turn this around. sitting outside the city limits, pipe dream camping and tubing has been serving up summer fun for seven years. but they're facing closure after they were unanimously
>> they said it was a public safety issue. that was their grounds for clowning. >> the board says they made the decision after a series of safety and zoning violations. >> in the last year, maybe year and a half, we've had complaints of noise and the sheriff has said there's been complaints about under age drinking. and intoxication there. >> but bradshaw says he takes the proper precautions of any small business owner. >> i offer free camping to anybody. i encourage them to stay. there's no reason anybody should leave. i don't sell alcohol. there's no reason i should be accountable for people drinking and driving. i can't do anything but take their keys and that's not legal. >> many have written letters in opposition to the closure. a petition has been started and is being shared through social
would only revisit the decision if bradshaw designs a safety plan for the facility. the board photoed bradshaw could appeal the decision in plymouth county district court. they're looking for a good probono lawyer. two people are in custody after a police chase this afternoon north of sioux city. a county deputy attempted to pull over a driver. the resulting chase reached speeds of more than 90 miles per hour. stop sticks failed to end the chase. a deputy rammed the vehicle at the junction of 75 and county road c 80. >> we utilized a pit maneuver when he came off the highway and made a turn. speeds got safe enough that one of the deputies used his squad car and struck the rear end of his causing him to lose traction and go off into the ditch. >> both the driver and the
51-year-old donald king is facing a long list of charges, including possession of meth and attempt to deliver. he's being held in the wood berry county jail on $118,000 bond. a 31-year-old female was also arrested. charges against her are pending. students and staff in a school district got unexpected time off this morning just after 9:00 a.m. the clay central everly school building in everly was evacuated after a bomb threat was found in a bathroom stall in the school. the building was secure and quartenned off allowing the police department's bomb k9 to clear that building. that search was completed without any explosion assistives being found. the plymouth county sheriff is explaining the circumstances that led to accused killer jonathan appearing at his plea hearing in a wheelchair. in a statement, mike says that he has been receiving treatment
separate falls. the first on september 27th of last year, resulted in an unspecified minor injury. the second on october 2nd happened when he lost his balance in his cell and fell hitting his head on the bad. that injury required hospitalization and follow up treatments. he pled guilty to second-degree murder in the death of his elderly mother. covey's convenient store is adding safety measures. a skimming devise us with found at the gas station next to the sam's club. the business was concerned for customers when they found the device. they're using safety tape as their main source of protection. >> we're watching all our locations. if you notice on the gas dispensers, we have security tape on there. you can see the f if the dispenser has been tampered with. >> there's a serial number
has a mystery shopper that comes to stores to check on safety precautions. march certainly not coming in with any warmth. >> it's hard the believe we're just a few weeks away from the official start of spring. >> if you were to look out the window and see the sunshine that we have out there today you'd be surprised by walking outside and feeling how cold it is. high temperatures reaching the upper 20s. you see here taking a look at the sky watch camera by the hard rock hotel and casino. mostly clear skies this afternoon. satellite imagery, pesky clouds this morning. those moved out of the area. pushing in the southeastern corner of the state. we anticipate the cloud cover to come back into place. right now 25 degrees in sioux city. 15 in sioux falls. 34 in lincoln. warmer to the west. our evening planner says look for the cloud cover to increase and temperatures to slowly drop. we'll look for temperatures in the mid teens to kickoff your wednesday.
when the warm up is headed our way in a few minutes. moving to one building, currently the clerk's office is split between the courthouse and the county law enforcement center across the street. this proposal would have all staff members in just the courthouse and it would allow existing lec offices to be used for things like extra jail space. the district court administrator lisa mcneil says this move would be the best. >> the word today is collaboration for effectiveness. and we're all responsible for trying to collaborate for the best possible outcome so we could have all of our clerk operation in the courthouse. >> the emily rau is estimated to cost roughly roughly $100,000. but that doesn't include costs to renovate the courthouse space.
last year. this afternoon representatives from aaa visited the hard work to present that award. the ford diamond designation means the hard rock boasts upscale extensive attribute, expensive amenities, and a high degree of service. >> we have high expectations being able to talk to our triple a members to have 100% confidence to say this is a four diamond rated hotel. it's great. we know they'll come here and get the best service. >> the hard rock is the only hotel in the tri-state region with a four diamond designation by triple a and one of only four in the entire state of iowa. voters in orange city are deciding the fate of a proposed expansion to the city's fire station the fire department is asking for the community to approve a bond issue for $2.7
the cost of the project will be just over 3.5 million with the fire department and the city of orange city making up the difference. the department says the station is too small as is. the poles will be open until 8:00 tonight in orange city. and we hope to have results tonight at 10:00. it's the biggest day of the 2016 primary season thus far. super tuesday has millions of voters in about a dozen states make their voices heard. craig boswell has the latest as their make their case for those last minute votes. donald trump stepped off his private plane and singled out his closest republican rivals at a raleigh tuesday. >> ideal with rubio. ideal with cruz. these guys don't know anything. they have no clue what's going on. >> of the dozen sates on the super tuesday map. trump is leading in all but one.
republican primary electorate is looking for. senator ted cruz voted in his home state of texas and made his pitch to voters to support him. >> if you're among those 65% of republicans who recognize that donald trump could be a disaster as the nominee, then i ask you to join us. even if you're thinking of another candidate. >> this is the single biggest day of voting in the primary season. there are 595 delegates up for grabs on the republican side. half the number needed to win the nomination. >> the goal is to end up with as many delegates as we can. >> there are 859 democratic delegates at stake. but clinton has a commanding league in six southern states. that's why the former first lady and secretary of state is in minnesota. a state sanders visited frequently and is hoping to win. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. as part of super tuesday
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the key to treating ailments. >> reporter: the reese says she felt something was wrong with her health most of her life. she was always tired to the point where she could barely get out of bed. doctors said it was psychological. >> i was dying. i just had no life left in me. >> five years ago she met this doctor, author of the microbiome diet. >> the reason why we are suffering from obesity, and why so many people can't lose weight is because they're forgetting about the micro biome. it's is unique largely passed on from mother to baby. >> these bacteria of the micro biome not only help us prevent disease to help us healthy but they could play a role in
>> his micro biome diet includes sauerkraut and kimchee. and vegetables like jicima, jerusalem artichokes. >> she changed her diet and takes supplements and probiotics and she lost 40- pounds. >> i don't feel bloated any more. my face used to be like this big swollen face. and my stomach stuck out really bad. >> even better than the weight loss, she feels strong and healthy for the first time. for cbs news, babylon new york. students from south sioux city were joined from native american students from reservation schools in northeast nebraska and south at a youth science center today. the event taught students about the building blocks of life. with help from students from the university of nebraska
milwaukee school of engineering. >> we like to use science to get kids engaged in the real world and to learn that learning is fun. >> 150 students at today's event built a dna model and even learned how our body responds to a flu shot to protect against that virus. let's take a look at the almanac today. sunshine a deceiving force out there.
officially 1/10 of an inch of "first alert weather with siouxland's chief meteorologist chad sandwell." 3 3 3 first alert weather with siouxlands chief meteorologist chad sand well. >> i tell you what, i saw that sun, and went outside, and boy was that deceiving. >> it's cold. >> the first clue for me this morning is when i had to dust off the windshield from the snow we had over night. it didn't stick around long. the flurries did through mid- morning. then the sunshine came out. that's what we're looking at this afternoon. a lot of traffic outside. folks heading home on an otherwise very nice tuesday afternoon. take a look at the sky watch camera here. we're looking at high cloudiness but a very nice afternoon. plenty of sunshine. by the lewis and clark specialty hospital. winds on the breezy side.
plenty of cloud cover in the forecast for wednesday and thursday. over night we'll see the cloud cover pick back up. a late mix possible wednesday into thursday. and then we push aside the clouds and look for plenty of sunshine toward the end of the week. temperatures pushing back in the mid 60s. chance of rain monday night and maybe a couple thunderstorms by tuesday. we'll keep our eyes on that. satellite and radar imagery from this morning, cloud cover pushing toward the southeast, leaving behind sunshine across south dakota and nebraska. you work your way in the southeast corner of siouxland, and we'll see a few clouds this afternoon. high pressure will eventually kickoff toward the east. that will bring back a southerly wind for the most part tonight. by wednesday morning, cloud cover hanging around. it's going to be there throughout the afternoon. through the late afternoon and evening, still the possibility of moisture, a little bit of rain possibly mixing in with a little snow through the over night hours. you saw the snow quickly
portions of the area. still plenty of cloud cover, we'll probably tap into a northeast wind that will keep our temperatures cooler on thursday. so upper 40s tomorrow. lower 40s on thursday. and then we'll see everything clear out. and that means what we'll look for is plenty of sunshine for the end of the week. snowfall accumulation by wednesday into thursday, you can see maybe as much as an inch around sheldon. it doesn't look like we'll see a lot of accumulation in terms of snow across the western portions of the area. in sioux city, 25 degrees under mostly sunny skies. north/northwest winds at 10 miles per hour. relative humidity at 55%. temperatures this afternoon, very chilly. 17 at spencer. temperatures are going to go down for the most part this evening. 17 degrees in sioux city. we'll see a little cloud cover over night. a cold night for sure. and then for tomorrow, we'll warm it back up. 47 degrees under mostly cloudy skies.
the cherokee girls are making their first appearance since 2a in 2005. it was gut check time. with three minutes to play, the off bound shot, we're tied. the freshman had 19. cherokee fending off a come back. slaughter puts him up by three. a little over a minute and a half to go. kaylee would not be denied. three point lead for the braves. less than 30 seconds to go. cherokee by one. up ahead. the green devils had to score. peyton ruled the clutch steel. she's fouled. heads to the free throw line. steps up and ices it. hits both free throws. cherokee is on to the semifinals. they combined for 64 points. this game set a new class 3a record for combined points.
that's what they kept telling us. stay calm. and be confident. and having your teammates behind you. that's all you need. >> we have a group of kids who just battle in practice and games. and there's no quit in them. there was no heads down. it was we're going to go get this right now. >> it feels so good. we've worked so hard for this opportunity to get here. and we're not satisfied. we're ready for the next game. >> pocahontas hosted mt. vernon. i wonder if they know ron burgundy's inspiration was larry wentz. she added 13. faith. faith myer with another drive. she didn't need that inch there. they're back up 16. and then off the missed free
look at the quickness with the offensive board and put back by ellie roughridge. ashland from the corner for three. the indians were runners up last year but playing like champs the day. here's one more three pointer by roughridge. she averages 28.5 points a game. the junior's on track to become the state's all time winning scorer. after the game, they talked about how they're still thinking about their title game loss a year ago. >> at first it really hurt. but you know when we got back home it was motivation to work harder and we responded really well. i couldn't be more proud of these girls to where they're at right now. we gelled really well and we're better basketball players because of it. >> the kids would tell you it's unfinished business. it stung a lot last year, saturday, when we lost.
around and they said okay, each individually and collectively, let's get better. >> that of course sets up a cherokee verses pocahontas area lorenz marathon semifinal on thursday. behind me, the state champs, it's 20-12. sioux center off to a good start. tonight we'll have boy's basketball. and girl's basketball. g pack champions will be crowned in men's. guys, back to you. >> so you say we're getting warmer tomorrow. >> eventually, yes. >> and the next day. >> it's going to be a cold night tonight. 17 the over night low. you'll need a jacket out the door tomorrow morning. looking for a high of 47 tomorrow afternoon. a little rain possibly mixing in with the snow from afternoon to evening over the course of
goveveve >> pelley: can trump be caught? >> super tuesday is the single best opportunity. >> pelley: he's already looking ahead to another opponent. >> hillary clinton does not have the strength or the stamina to become president, i'll telling you. >> pelley: also tonight, the president argues his case for a supreme court nomination, and gets his answer. >> this vacancy will not be filled this year. >> pelley: erin andrews testifies in her multi-million-dollar stalk case. and there's another sanders. meet bernie's bro. >> reporter: he's been called cool. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: norah o'donnell, john dickerson, and i are coming
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