Speech to Text for Food banks & government shutdown
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channel one regional food bank is putting the word outááá it is ready to aid federal workers going without pay. live kimt news three's isabella basco joins us now in the neighborhood of a federal employee directly impacted by this now protracted shutdown. isabella? george, heidi wiplinger tells me its down to the wire for her and her family and it keeps getting worse á the longer the shutdown continues.xxx "every purchase, everything is starting to become more of a budget and analyzing every purchase before you make it." heidi wiplinger is a corrections officer at federal medical center. the shutdown could not have been worse for her and her family. "this literally hit us right after the holidays, so it's not like we had time to prepare." every penny matters for her right now. "i was thinking about the things we are gonna need to get milk and bread and staying on top of those things." wiplinger just has one request: an end already or else she will have to resort to other means. "if we get to a wiplinger tells me she might have to put her house up for sale because finances are tight. live in rochester á isabella basco á kimt news 3./// earlier today hundreds of furloughed federal workers and contractors descended on the white house... pleading to be allowed to go back to work. "please let us go back to work, we're hungry," shouted one 26 year veteran of the irs. learning cápár can be valuable in an emergency. now á a north iowa yámácáa is adding a training mannequin that gives students a better idea of what giving cpr looks like in real life. meet big red á the newest mannequin at the forest city yámácáa. he can simulate á when using proper compression techniques á how blood can flow up through the neck and into the brain. he also shows a pulse through láeád lighting. waldorf student ricardo magana (muhá gahánuh) needed to learn cápár to become a cáná a... and encourages anyone to come out to a class and try it for "you just gotta know how to accept and how to put your hands on... and loosening up the fear of i'm going to break his ribs or i'm gonna do something... it's not hard to learn." /// right now á yámá