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blizzard warnings covering the area through the middle of the day. the radar shows that the falling snow is pinwheeling out of the region. visibility right now remains fairly poor at 5 miles or less. the dayplanner reveals temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s today. your full forecast
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news starts now. lukas the blizzard shut down many parts blizzard warnings covering the area through the middle of the day. the radar shows that the falling snow is pinwheeling out of the region. visibility right now remains fairly poor at 5 miles or less. the dayplanner reveals temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s today. your full forecast closing a number of local businesses and highways. the snow even garnered attention from those in other parts of the state. abc9 news reporter bria bell brings explains. "um, well actually we're from the quad cities," says countryman. kent countryman is from davenport, iowa and he says afteteseeing weather warnings about a a izzard hitting the siouxland area. kent decided he would be travelling across the state to
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company clean up the white stuff in sioux city "...went ahead and called sharp landscaping here...and i asked him with the size of a storm that was coming in could they use any help and he said, 'definitely. come this way,' so we uh loaded up some of our gear and we headed out here," says countryman. kent is in the landscaping business himself and because his neck of the woods hasn't received much snow action, he says the blizzard was his chance to earn some extra cash. "because of the lack of snow we've had this year, in our area...we were kind of...we gotta get some income coming here," says countryman. the snow fall was so heavy, it made clearing roadways and parking lots difficult. kent says he'd been in north sioux for some time and it felt as it his work was not putting any dents into the snow. "it's a blizzard. i've been through...i've been in the snow business myself for 35 years so i've been through a few blizzards before and it's one of things that you just have to continually, continually, contiually go at," said countryman. lukas: kent says that heavy snow is not
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doesn't help with strong winds. he believes residents should stay home if even it's only for help anyone that's plowing snow in the siouxland area to get done faster. we've gotten a lot of school closings called into the station since monday... but none as creative as this from a private school in omaha. have a snow day on february 2. you can stay in your pj's all day long, bake cookies, binge-watch netflix, t t..." that's the principal at duchense (do- shane) academy.... an all-girls school in omaha. the clip is going viral now. you can listen to the whole song on our abc9 news facebook page. lukas: sioux falls also faced the blizzard yesterday... bringing a stretch
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stateline to a close. reporter mark roper has s re on what the plow drivers in the ea faced. " high winds plus blowing snow equals low visibility. and on the interstate -- it's a recipe for a potential driving disaster that's what brought a stretch of i-29 from sioux falls to the iowa stateline to a close. but a blizzard is not the only thing plow drivers like curt theisen (tyson) have to face on the interstate. the best thing to do on a day like this is to just stay off the roads. jessica rae: equals low visibility. and on the interstate -- it's a recipe for a potential driving disaster that's what brought a stretch of i-29 from sioux falls to the iowa stateline to a close. but a blizzard is not the only thing plow drivers like curt theisen (tyson) have to face on the interstate. the best thing to do on a day like this is to just stay off the roads. jessica rae: switching gears... the 20th annual hunting heritage banquet returns to norfolk this weekend. here's paul hughes with the
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" hundreds of the area's wild turkey hunters will gather saturday night at the divots devent center for the 20th annual hunting heritage banquet, sponsored by the northeast nebraska beards and spurs chapter of the national wild turkey federation. doors open at 5. tickets are available at several outlets in norfolk and battle creek. the city of norfolk collected about $642,000 of sales-tax revenue in january. about $50,000 less than the previous january. city finance officer randy gates told members of the norfolk city council he expected the smaller number. gates explained that last year's number was inflated because many homeowners, car owners and contractors had bought supplies to make repairs following a hail storm in the summer of 2014. banquet returns to norfolk this weekend.
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" hundreds of the area's wild turkey hunters will gather saturday night at the divots devent center for the 20th annual hunting heritage banquet, sponsored by the northeast nebraska beards and spurs chapter of the national wild turkey federation. doors open at 5. tickets are available at several outlets in norfolk and battle creek. the city of norfolk collected about $642,000 of sales-tax revenue in january. about $50,000 less than the previous january. city finance officer randy gates told members of the norfolk city council he expected the smaller number. gates explained that last year's number was inflated because many homeowners, car owners and contractors had bought supplies to make repairs following a hail storm in the summer of 2014. nebraska senator deb fischer will host a series of community coffees throughout eastern nebraska later this month. fischer will be in norfolk monday, february 15th and columbus, tuesday, february 16th. those and more stories can be heard on news talk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106 x." " " lukas: still to come...
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preview of our documentary honoring black history month. a look at america's untold journey is coming up in two minutes. scott: we'll have... "you're watching
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about 10 to 15 inches being the norm across the area. we set a new record for snowfall in sioux city on groundhog day
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with just over a foot. here's the stormcast hd where we'll haha blowing snow today and winter weather advisories through noon. we'll have gradual clearing of the skies and improving conditions as the day continues. then we'll have sunshine for tomorrow and a warm-up above the freezing mark as we pass through the extended forecast! today's high is 22 with blowing snow, then clearing later in the day. the overnight low is skies. it'll be calm tomorrow's high is let's get a check of your 7 day forecast. ad lib over: wx wall across the area.e set a new record for snowfall in sioux city on groundhog day smashing the old record of 3 inches with just over a
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we'll have blowing snow today and winter weather advisories through noon. we'll have gradual clearing of the skies and improving conditions as the day continues. then we'll have sunshine for tomorrow and a warm-up above the freezing mark as we pass through the extended forecast! today's high is 22 with blowing snow, then clearing later in the day. the overnight low is 6 under mostly clear skies. it'll be calm and cold. tomorrow's high is 31 under sunshine. let's get a check of your 7 day forecast. ad lib over: wx wall jessica rae: scott: adlib lukas you've no doubt heard of the underground
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across the area. we set a new record for snowfall in sioux city on groundhog day smashing the old record of 3 inches with just over a foot. here's the stormcast hd where we'll have blowing snow today and winter weather advisories through noon. we'll have gradual clearing of the skies and improving conditions as the day continues. then we'll have lukas you've no doubt heard of the underground railroad that
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south to freedom in the northern territories. but did you know the first underground railroad actually went south to a section of florida that offered freedom. it's part of america's untold journey as we celebrate black history month. " by the late 1600s, slaves head south in search of freedom . james bullock - 01:07:57:00 - in 1687 the first group of people arrived in st. augustine as what would have been called fugitives. they had escapedbondage from the english plantations in the carolinas. anthony dixon - i think it is important though, that the underground railroad first came south to florida. james bullock - we don't know how many people attempted the journey. we don't know how many failed. kathy deegan - it wasn't an easy, immediate path to freedom because even once people reached florida they had to make it to st. augustine. it wasn't enough just to get to florida. but if they made it to the town and presented themselves to the governor., they would d given sanctuary . anthony dixon - they are given a choice. you can live in the florida wilderness , live as a maroon society, as you see fit they were also given a choice, if you would like to live under spanish rule, then you can live at
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immediate threat for spain was england and her growing carolina colonies. as word got back to spain that plantation slaves were seeking asylum in spanish florida, ... james bullock 00:08:21:10 - the king of spain created the edict of 1693 which to my knowledge and other scholars appears to be the first civil rights legislation in the new world kathy deegan - 01:41:36:12 - as soon as word got to the plantations in carolina that there was this possibility of sanctuary after 1693 ...many people took advantage of that possibility to try and make it to florida . " lukas that story of the 01:07:57:00 - in 1687 the first group of people arrived in st. augustine as what would have been called fugitives. they had escaped bondage from the english plantations in the carolinas. anthony dixon - i think it is important though, that the underground railroad first came south to florida. james bullock - we don't know how many people attempted the journey. we
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kathy deegan - it wasn't an easy, immediate path to freedom because even once people reached florida underground railroad is just one of many untold stories about the origins of the civil rights movement in america. for more... head to our web-site siouxlandmatters dot com lukas " coming up.... with the big game just a few days away... you'll meet one denver fan and her many friends... and the special way they support their favorite team. " " lukas: and if your still on the fence on who to pick for the game... i'll introduce you furry friends... think is going to take home the coveted lombardi trophy.
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their teams. in honor of football's biggest weekend... reporter jamie leary stops at a colorado goat farm to meet one of those fans. " rebecca herberg is having kids this spring... 150 of them. goats of course. the only kind of kids the herbergs have time for these days. (rebecca herberg,
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they typically weigh 8 or 9 pounds and they're cold - you know it's april." with 14... and what jim calls a half dog... her broncos goat coats and ranch duties take up every second of the day. ( rebecca herberg, goat rancher) "first go round uses them for a couple of weeks then we wash them and we put them on the next go round. you know...as long as everyone gets a sweater." the girls get t ange and the boys of course get blue... (rebecca herberg, goat rancher) "it looks like a bunch of broncos fans running around there." and while rebecca wasn't always a football fan, the broncos well... have won her over. "they're really a team you can be proud of and i love them. it's not so much that i'm a football fan as that i am a broncos fan and how could you not be?" lukas: fans have all sorts of traditions to predict the winner ahead of the game. groundhog day brought some disappointment to football fans in north carolina. but it wasn't over the local groundhog's spring forecast. grady the
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unhappy ahead of the big game on sunday. check it out. " grady the grounhog picks denver over carolina to win the big game. "grady the grounhog picks denver over carolina to win the big game. "grady the grounhog picks denver over carolina to win the big game. "grady the grounhog picks denver over carolina to win the big game. "grady the grounhog picks denver over carolina to win the big game. lukas: by the way, grady did not see his shadow... big game. "grady the grounhog picks denver over carolina to win the big game. "grady the grounhog picks denver over carolina to win the big game. "grady the
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big game. "grady the grounhog picks denver over carolina to win the predicts an early spring. lukas they look to ozzy grizzly bear - to this year, t ty gave ozzy the choice of two banana cakes with peanut butter frosting. ozzy took his time to walk around - and think about it a bit...before making his decision. he finally chose the cake with the horse logo on it. that's right... he went with the broncos over the panthers this year. but zoo-montana's executive director said it didn't look like an easy decision for ozzy. " (jeff ewelt, zoomontana executive director) "he obviously didn't know what to do. it was going to be a close game i think and he had to get the advice of bruno. i think he was a little nervous maybe he was kinda leaning toward the panthers at first. but obviously bruno, the wiser, older bear said 'you know what? the broncos have this. choose them' and that's what
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and for the record, ozzy did correctly predict a patriots victory last year. lukas: scott: lukas and scott are chatting about the big game on sunday. lukas and scott are chatting about the big game on susuay lukas and scott are chatting about the big game on sunday. lukas and scott are chatting about the big game on sunday. scott:good morning siouxland. we have winter weather advisories and blizzard warnings covering the area lukas and scott are chatting about the big game on sunday. lukas and scott are chatting about the big game on sunday. lukas and scott are chatting about the big game on sunday. scott:good morning siouxland. we have winter weather advisories and lukas and scott are chatting about the big game on sunday. lukas and scott are chatting about the big game on sunday.
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covering the area through the middle of the day. the radar shows that the falling snow is pinwheeling out of the region. visibility right now remains fairly poor at 5 miles or less. the dayplanner reveals temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s today. scott: here's a quick covering the area through the middle of the day. the radar shows that the falling snow is pinwheeling out of the region. visibility right now remains fairly poor at 5 miles or less. the dayplanner reveals temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s today. scott: here's a quick check outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's
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d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here...6th street and on glenn ave. so again... mind that speed. lukas: thanks scott... the world's largest online retailer will soon be opening hundreds of bookstores. reena ninan and kendis gibson have the details hey, there. in todas "techbytes" -- amazon coming to mall near you. the internet retail giant opened its first brick and mort tar store last year. >> they're loong to open a many as 400 stores. no word from amazon itself of such plan. what's app.
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and the one thing that may be better than t t game... is the food. so howard has a recipe for chicken wings that will wow your friends this sunday! "with the big game less than a week away you're probably thinking, "what should i make this year that'll be a
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anything better than chicken wings. and not just your run of the mill wings, but ones that are packed with flavor and that are baked, rather than fried. we start by drying our wings really wellllith some paper towels. and if you're using frozen wings rather than fresh ones, (which i think is the best way to go) make sure you thaw them first. ok, we toss these with some olive oil mixed with some fresh minced garlic and a touch of salt. then onto a couple of rimmed baking sheets they'll go before popping them in the oven. while they're roasting, we mix together some melted butter, lemon juice, a bit of lemon zest, and a good amount of coarsely ground black pepper. once they come out, we'll to them with our lemon-pepper sauce and they're good to go. and whether you serve them before
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half time i know these will be a hit. i mean between the roasting of the wings and coatatg them with a to-die- for sauce . you can't miss. i do hope you'll go online and get the recipe forour, "lemon pepper chicken wings," so you can score big no matter which team you're rooting for. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we found a "super game day way" for you to say "ooh it's so good!!" " lukas: " coming up.... siouxland faced blizzard like conditions yesterday... and crews worked all day to make sure the roads were clear. you'll meet a number of the workers... after the break. scott: " " scott jessica rae
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port neal welding company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we received a huge amount of snow yesterday with about 10 to 15 inches being the norm acss the area. we set a new record for snowfall in sioux city on
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smashing the old record of 3 inches with just over a foot. here's the we'll have blowing snow today and winter weather advisories through noon. we'll have gradual clearing of the skies and improving conditions as the day continues. then we'll have sunshine for tomorrow and a warm-up above the freezing mark as we pass through the extended forecast! today's high is 22 with blowing snow, then clearing later in the day. the overnight low is 6 under mostly clear
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tomorrow's high is 31 under sunshine. let's get a a eck of your 7 day forecast. jessica rae port neal welding company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. we received a huge amount of snow yesterday with about 10 to 15 inches being the norm across the area. we set a new record for snowfall in sioux city on groundhog day smashing the old record of 3 inches with just over a foot. here's the stormcast hd where we'll have blowing
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advisories through noon. we'll have gradual clearing of the skies and improving conditions as the day continues. then we'll have sunshine for tomorrow and a warm-up above the freezing mark as we pass through the extended forecast! today's high is 22 with blowing snow, in the day. the under mostly clear and cold. 31 under sunshine. let's get a check of your 7 day forecast.
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scott: lukas: the blizzard hitting siouxland has all but shut down the area, closings from schools and businesses have been pouring into the newsroom here since monday. but siouxland businesses aren't the only ones that have to put a halt on things, part of interstate 29 in south dakota was closed yesterday... with officials citing dangerous driivng conditions. abc9 news reporter jess plue got to speak to some truck drivers who had to make an impromptu stops during their delivery. "i've never run into a road closure before," says craig
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with many other drivers were quite literally stuck when the state departments of transportation and public safety closed down interstate 29 from exit 72 south to iowa's border...all due to the blizzard. but when you're in the business of transportation, what happens when your means of transportation are cut off? "what're you doing to wait out the snow? sitting. just sitting? yeah pretty much." said vine. just like craig, phil halverson, said that beyond waiting out the storm, there's not much else they can do. "it's been a long time since i've seen weather like this. i grew up in weather like this in the praries in canada but haven't seen stuff like this in twenty years," says halverern. philas a live delivery that he already has to pay special attentn to, now even more so when he can't move and the temperatures are below freezing. "we're here picking up baby turkies and they got to get home and we hope to be there too," says halverson items like mail that
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sense of urgency to get moving again soon, but mail driver james eubanks says there's not much you can do against mother nature. "we run a tight schedule since that's what the post office requires us to do but when the adverse weather attention, as one familiar face from the weather channel was in town reporting on the conditions. meteorlogist jim cantore was downtown reporting alongside our own weather specialist. when comparing this snow storm to the one recently hitting the east coast, jim had this to say. "there's a lot more wind with this one. i don't really think the east coast storm verified as a blizzard. when you go back and look at the data, there may have been a few spots that verified as blizzard, but i know we didn't in washington, d.c., we d not. this is much much more windier, and i think it's going to verfiy as blizzard by the time we're done" "it isn't one of those situations where i'd want to be out on the road with my family, driving around on the interstate... it is dangerous" the snow totals were so great... it prompted some
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travel clear across the state to help the efforts lukas: now many of us are used to this sort of weather... but some residents new to the siouxland area aren't. some people who work for c-f industriesaven't seen a storm like this before... and their reaction is what you would expect from those who e from the south. joshua arvie and ivan cobb are not accustomed to iowa winters... and say the winter weather is the worst they've seen since moving to the hawk eye state. "ts is my first time out today, just to kind of see what it's like out here. i was was going to go run and check the mail and uh it's a mix between crazy and amazing, i'm from louisiana so this is my first time seeing something like this and uh it's a sight for sure," says arvie. "it's pretty much...it's like a freezing cold hurricane in the south," says cobb. ivan and joshua say they have no plans of leaving their homes, at least until the weather and roads clear up.
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from davenport to drive seven hours to sioux city to offer his snow removal services to one local landscaping company to clean up sioux city parking lots and driveways. spell of snow iowa pushed him to bring his company to siouxland. been through...i've business myself for 35 years so i've been through a few blizzards before and it's one of things continually, contiually go at," said countryman. crews worked hard all day yesterday... and it feels as if they haven't even put a dent into the snow. lukas: snow's not not high on the list of things that make people happy. but one man from johnston iowa says he's been waiting for messy conditions just like the o o we are facing right now. reporter nikki davidson explains " mason rumpf has learned one thing in his 22 years ... winter is a bit easier... with a furry hat. i don't like being cold, but you gotta
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do. theres something new thats keeping him warm... (laugh) atleast in his heart. whenever it starts thinking about it, he'll start laughing. he's got a way to take on the white stuff... (wheels move) no one ever thought possible. he likes being work. cerebal palsey all wasn't until this year... that all it takes is a couple flips of a switch... (creaking chair) a little patience... and a guy paralyzed from the chest down... is off. (taking off) hes happy to see snow in the forecast, the more the better. taking out driveways (plow scrape) and sidewalks (snow pushing) in just minutes. it's a chore for most people... (snow crunch) but for mason.. its the purpose thats fun. 4:43:06 its really great, i'll help a lot of friends out. but he can't deny... the time he gets zipping through the snow... also makes him do this (laugh) 7:58:27 if there was one person who would try to find a
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so it may not be popular opinion... but hes hoping for a few more chances to see this (snow crowding)... before spring hits... 4:22:12 it was a fun day. in johnston, nikki davidson " lukas one person was killed in a car accident just outside of macy, nebraska according to nebraska state patrol... a trooper responded to the crash just before 9:30 yesterday morning on highway 75. the male driver was the only person in the car at the time of the accident. so please be safe on the roads today. lukas: coming up in sports...iowa state wrapped up a stretch of four ranked opponents in five games against west virginia. highlights from hilton coleum coming up after the break.
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from across the nation were in san diego, california, last week attending the national cattlemen and beef association's annual convention. with more on the convention... dennis morrice (morris) joins us this morning from klem radio. dennis, i understand cattle producers have shown
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futures market prices. dennis: good morning lucas. you're exactly right. in recent months, cattle producers have witnessed a yo-yo effect on the market prices, especially with the futures prices reported at the chicago mercantile exchange. kent pruismann of rock valley is a former president of the iowa cattlemen association. he attended the conference in san diego, and says cattle producers demanded an explanation. ( as said): "another issue that was front and center was the volitility in the cattle market. there was quite a bit of time that was spent meeting with folks from the cme (chicago mercantile exchange), in fact they met with individual states to cover issues and answer questions and present data, so i thought it was very helpful, and i think itits one step now down the road towards hopefully finding some answers to why we have so much volitility". dennis: pruismann told me what was happening was the futures market price on cattle
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up the limit of three dollars on one day, and drop the limit the next day, without any fundamentals that would be driving the market prices and giving it justification for the wild price swings. i asked pruismann what was the result of the meetings with the chicago mercantile exchange officials. (as said): "well, i guess one thing is what did not come out it. high frequency trading, in the data that we were presented with, only accounted for about ten percent of the activity, which insignificant in the things. there's some question about liquidity, whether, you know, there's enough liquidity in the electronic trading...things happen so fast that orders get filled. there's sell orders and there's more buy orders than sell orders. i mean we went through all these things, but, at the end of the day, i think...i came away feeling that high frequency trading probably was not as big of an issue as most of us perceived it to be prior to going out there". lukas: dennis, how long had this wild
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going on? tim: lucas, pruismann tells me that cattle producers witnessed the volatile market swings for the last three months of 2015. pruismann says there were some days when the price for cattle would go from limit up to limit down in the same day which obviously makes it difficult for cattle producers to use the futures trade as an effective risk management tool. lukas: thanks dennis see you next week. lukas: our weather forced all local
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calendar last night, but iowa state was in action on the hardwood. here's chris with the action. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. for the fourth time in the last five games iowa state squared off with a top-15 opponent. so far, the clones have gone 2-1 in those games and with a win last night against west virginia, isu could move into a tie for second place in the big twelve. steve prohm and bob huggins, their first ever game against each other. early in the first...matt thomas...more than just a catch and shoot guy...nails the step back triple. then off the dribble...he connects from distance and the clones go up 10-4. thomas wasn't the only offense though...georges niang...rough night with turnovers, makes up for a bit of it here with three. then it's monte morris...he tickles the twin from range and the cyclones doubling up the mountaineers 7 and a half minutes in. th'd go on a run too...and this, the
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point...morris to deonte burton...he massive lefty slam. but west virginia with the response...jaysean paige.with the nifty euro step to get to the rack to get within four. then one of those turnovers from niang leads to a layup for daxter miles and the neers cut it to one. seconds left in the half...morris with the alley oop to jameel mckay...clones head into the locker room up 37-33. though, belonged to huggy bear...some great ball movement freese up esa ahmad... freshman but he has senior level ups. the mountaineers head to hilton and 81-76. first conference loss last week, the iowa hawkeyes continue to make waves. jarrod uthoff is featured on a regional cover of this week's sports illustrated, marking the first time since 1966 that a hawkey hoopster has that honor. while it's a huge accomplishment, uthoff can expect some good natured ribbing from his teammates this week. adam woodbury--"no, i'm sure i will though. i'm sure i'll try to print one off and make fun of him a little bit about it." mike gesell--"i got a little bit of stardom along with jarrod. you know i think maybe it's all the passes i gave him, they decided to put me on there." fran mccaffery--"i think it's great. i'm really happy for jarrod in particular.
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to be recognized at that level." jarrod uthoff--"to me, it's about us as a the hawkeyes and what we've accomplished as a team. there's nothing about individual, what i've done as an individual. you know i think we've come a long way through this program this year. people predicted us bottom of the big ten and we're proving that we can play with anybody." chris palmquist--iowa's host penn state. that will do it for sports, back over to you. scott: good morning siouxland. we have winter weather advisories and blizzard warnings covering the area through the middle of the day. the radar shows that the falling snow is pinwheeling out of the region. visibility right now remains fairly poor at 5 miles or less. the dayplanner reveals temperatures in the upper teens and
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still ahead in our covering the area through the middle falling snow is pinwheeling out of the region. visibility right now remains fairly poor at 5 miles or less. the we'll check in with a number r presidential candidates... who are now focusing their attention on new
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