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ended up happening was the company called to have it serviced and then when the service technician went out there to check it, they discovered that the skimmer was in there." this means that theris a possibility that the skimmer was broken or not hooked up correctly, causing the pump card reader to malfunction. still, police are encouraging everyone to continue to monitor their bank statements if they have used a pay at the pump option. unlike an atm card skimmer that can be seen with the naked eye, gas pump skimmers are unable to be detected by customers. "it's a device that is hooked inside the gas pump itself so the consumer cannot see the skimmer itself. it looks just like a computer cable and it's got a little computer device that's hooked into it and what it does is it reads the credit card that has been obtained. it stores the data from that credit card, such as the numbers and pertinent data. that way it can be made into a different credit card later on or sold to somebody else on
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the information stored in one of two ways: they can physically return to the pump to retrieve the device or some skimmers include a wireless transmitter. police are investigating how the device was put inside the locked gas pump. it does not appear to have been broken into and they do not suspect employees. and while this is one of the first skimmers to be found in the area, police say they expect to see more. "this is the first time i've ever experienced a gas skskmer here in sioux city, but i have heard it is more prevalent in omaha and the des moines area. so, i think it's just a matter of time before we start seeing these more in sioux city." 3 police are encouraging gas stations to check pumps daily for these devices. as for customers... pay inside or pay with cash and notify the gas station if you see anyone gaining access inside a gas pump. 3 a sioux city man is facing charges of sexually abusing a young girl over a two year period.according to court
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evert scott is accused of touching the girl both over and under her clothes between the ages of 7 and 9.he then threatened her... warning her not to tell anyone of the touching or he would "come after her" when he got out of jail.scott is charged with one count of second degree sexual abuse...he's being held in the woodbury county jail on 50- thousand dollars bond.. 3 3 one e rson is dead and another hospitalized with seriousp injuriesfter an accident on highway 75 near hull this morning.according to the sioux county sheriff's office... 55- year- old james waldneneof rock rapids was passing a semi while heading south when he collided with another vehicle driven by 63- year- old lynn bleeker of sioux center.both drivers were trapped and had to be extracted by the hullllire department.they were then taken to the sioux center hospital... where waldner was pronounced dead.bleeker was airlifted to a sioux falls hospital for treatment. 3 3 finally the sun is back and we
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the weekend!! right chad? 3
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sioux city's dare program, about 450 students took part today. the goal of this program is to teach children early about alternatives to drugs and gangs. >> it is a great opportunity for us law enforcement officers to get a chance to interact with younger kids and let us the dodot let them see u uin a different light. >> the students play laser tag, watch movies, and got a chance to go swimming. elementary school students got a chance to bring a special guest to breakfast this morning , mom. it is part of a program called moments with mom. the programs are part of
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company to get parent be back on their children's menu options. >> it is a new company coming into a new community. it is just a way for the community and the parents to get to know lunch time solutions and see what we are doing. sometimes you just see menus posted on the website. sometimes you hear these things from the students, this is a way be parents can experience the same thing the children are going through. >> mothers as well as that has got to choose from breakfast options like cinnamon rolls, fresh fruit, juice, milk, and coffee. last night's gop debate carried over today with donald trump fending off attacks.. he surprise them with his own bit of news.
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say i endorse donald trump your >>reporter: former candidate chris christie indoors donald trump. >> who is the best person to stop hillary clinton from ever getting inside the white house? this is the best person to do that. >>reporter: ted cruz found out during a campaign stop in nashville, clearly stunned. >> this decision is going to be made by voters on super tuesday. what we are dealing with is a con artist. marco rubio has been attacking donald trump, but he fired back. >> once a joker, always a joker peer it never changes. >>reporter: the republicans have their sites set of super tuesday, but the democratic candidates have to make it through the south carolina primaries first. hillary clinton is expected to easily win the palmetto state on saturday. she is already campaigning in georgia were early voting has
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>> (clip playing) >> >>reporter: bernrn sanders met with tribal leaders in minnesota before heading back to south carolina. >> trump says it is too early to say if he considers chris christie for a running mate. back in 2013 the us postal service was granted permission to tporarily increase stamp prices. the hike was contingent upon a price drop this year, that surcharge is slated to end on april 10. e cost of mailing a 1 ounce letter will drop from $.49- $.47. commercial prices will also decrease. for a complete listing you can
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some of our local authorities are investigating a workplple shooting that has left threeeeead and 14 injured. . police killed the suspect during the attack. now, details are coming out about a possible motive. >> police in kansas say the shooting suspect was served with a protection from abuse order in theheactory where he worked 90 minutes before he opened fire. >> he didn't display anything outrageous, he was just a little upset. >> board, had -- ffd, who had driver and stole their car before heading back to the excel plan. >> (clip playing) >> he shot one person in the parking lot and another 14 inside of the building before an officer gunned them down. the unidentified officer is being called a hero.
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you have two or 300 people in there, luckily to or hundred -- 200 or 300 came out. >> relatives rushed to the property after the shooting. police say the man was armed with an assault rifle and an automatic handgun. investigators are trying to figure out howow suspect with a criminal recororwere able to get those weapon the men had convictions for multiple burglaries, fleeing from police and disorderly conduct. authorities say y e person named in the order did not work at the factory, but released no other details. a medical breakthrough being credited for saving the life of a baby. coming up, how doctors performed heart surgery on the
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womb. meteorologist chad sandwell
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3 a sioux city man suffering from huntington's disease may soon have e e potential for treatment, thanks to iowa senator rick bertrand moving forward with a measure that would give terminally ill patients more access to
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drugs.our jetske wauran spoke with the patient this afternoon. so jetske, what was his reaction? 3 3 diana...todd oss tells me, he's *very* thankful the iowa senate approved the *right to try bill*..on a 50 to nothing vote. now, the measure that was passed unaniniusly, is going to the iowa house. 3 that bill would provide access to devices being tested as treatment for certain incurable diseases.oss was diagnosed with huntington's disease in 2005, and at the time he was a veterinarian in sioux city.but four years later, he had to retire because he could no longer drive and his motor skills are limited. 3 "we're realy excited about the legislation and we're excited about the shepherd's gift, and the primary research and the primary flocks of sheep are in brookings, south dakota. you know, it's just been a families helping families effort and we've really, we've met a lot of hd families and it's just be very rewarding. rewarding for all of
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caregiver and also one of the founders of the non-profit group called shepherd's gift: g-m-1 for huntington's sure to tune in tonight at 9 and 10 on siouxland news. i'll have the full story on how the couple is raising money to help find a cure for this disease. diana? 3 3 the iowa department of public health is confirming two more cases of zika virus in the state.both the new cases are in middle- aged women who've returned from trips to central far... travel or sexual contact with an infected person is the only way to contract zika while living in iowa... as the mosquito breed which carries the virus are not present in the state.iowa is one of 27 u- s states where the virus has been found.nine of the cases have been in pregnant women... but none of those nine are in iowa. 3 a baby in california is alive after a rare a very delicate procedure that was performed before he was even born.chchs
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3 ((nats - check up with dr @ )) how's grayson doing?... just looking at grayson davila - you wouldn't know what he's been through...until you see the scars on his chest. 22 weeks into his mother mantha's pregnancnc doctors at children's hospital los angeles discovered he had hypoplastic left heart syndrome a condition that leaves the left side of the heart underdeveloped. ((marco davila/grayson's dad ))you can imagine, without half your heart it's hard to survive, right? babies in n e womb should also have a small hole in the heart to help blood flow, but grayson's was closing up. ((samantha davila/ grayson's mom )) you sort of feel like everything's stacked against you. so the davilas turned to a rare procedure: a "fetal cardiac intervention". doctors inserted a long - thin needle into samantha's womb - then into the fetus...putting a small stent into grayson's tiny heart... to allow blood to flow back to the right side of his heart. ((nats - dr. showing ultrasound of heart - ))even though this looks big, it's only about 2 to 3 millimetererwide. the procedure worked, strengthening grayson's lungs so surgeonscould perform emergency open heart surgery 10 weeks later when he was
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heart chamber - to do the job of two. ((dr. vaughn starnes/ chief executive of heart institute at children's hospital los angeles )) normally that chamber the right ventricle, pumps blood to the lungs now we're asking it to pump blood to the entire body! ((samanta davila/grayson' s mom ))he was born on the 19th of november and we got to hold him on the 27th, so but it was worth it! it wasasworth the wait!... grayson's 3 month old heart is now functioning as expected... ((nats/home - mom/baby ))where are those morning smiles?... he still faces two more procedures... but doctors say he should live a normal - healthy life.chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. 3 doctors sagrayson will undergo a second surgery when he's six months old and a final surgery when he's three. 3
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a chance for a few snowfwfwf3 "first alert weather with siouxland's chief meteorologist t ad sandwell." 3 3 chad and diana talk about today's weather and the
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>> temperatures in the lower 50s as we round out the afternoon. winds out of the west southwest at about five the west southwest at about 5 to 10 mph's. for tonight, g gng to be chilly . we will look for overnight lows to dip down into the upper 20s. look for a light southerly wind. with mostly sunny skies we will look for a high of 64 degrees. enjoy your weekend, things get a little messy the middle part of next week. the girls basketball team received a prestigious honor. we have the details. and, high school football schedules have been released,
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match ups3 sports director chris neyenhouse." 3 3 we are exactly 6 months away from the start of the 2016 iowa high school football season. so we are exactly 6 months away from the start of the 2016 idea what high school football season. today, the schedule was released even and february, high school football talk is lead story material. it will be a true kickoff of a season, this year there will be not that week zero game scheduled. another new team,
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off, western christian opens up. sd football team has announced it will open on the road in 2018 against kansas state. it will be a rematch of past seasons openers. it was only 20 -- 2016 season and they will be opening with a home opener on september on september 10. the wnba has been stowed a prestigious award, the omaha nation girls have been selected for the recipients of the addie award. tonight, the chiefs and their
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for the district 1 -2 crown. they will be fighting to join this team at the state tournament, they won the district last night and will open play y 2 o'clock on thursday against lincoln east. we will be there, tune in for complete coverage of the number one pursuit of a class a state e championship. there are nine teams running for district tonight, catch six of them right here tonight, we would be at all five of the host sites. here is what we have, guardian angels and ponca. often plays elgin public.
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matchup. and we have wynot and st. mary's. all up paying for state championships tonight. meanwhile, i am really excited for tomorrow's temperatures. >> the weekend is going to be fabulous, 64 degrees and mostly sunny skies. we will start to see kyle coverage increase ononsaturury night. the temperature will be a little cooler on sunday.
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little rain on sunday. >> pelley: the campaign deteriorates. >> donald trump is a con artist. >> pelley: andndhe front-runner get an endorsement no one saw coming. also tonight, zika virus is confirmed in nine pregnant women
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one child has a birth fect. the deadly shootings in kansas. what might have triggered the rampage and the hero cop who stopped him. and steve hartman with the special bond between child and duck. >> i'm his m. >> reporter: you're not really his mom. >> yup, i'm his mom. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: this may go down as the week the party of lincoln devolved into a crippling civil war of the own. there was nothing grand in the old party's debate last night-- name calling, mocking, attempts at humiliation reached lows that many republicans would say are beneath the dignity of the office that the candidates are seeking. maybe it reflected desperation, as time runs short before next week's super esday, which is likely the last chance to catch donald trump.


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