Skip to main content

tv   ABC9 News at 6pm  ABC  October 19, 2015 6:00pm-6:30pm CDT

6:00 pm
didn't want to wake up his family. the two went back to the school to sleep in the classroom for a few hours before ewinger had to referee the next morning. that's when the superintendent walked in on the two sleeping on an air matress. many supporters echoed the claim that ewinger had the child's best interest in mind. he corrects all of his homework, he has football kids tutoring him, he got him to summer school every day, he feeds him, he gives him allowance...he does all of the things a parent does for a child " says kim van der sloot, parent of three in the sibley- ocheyedan district. the school board voted 4-1 to terminate his employment from the school. kim says it's frustrating that suspension wasn't an since they had not yet investigated. a second meeting is being held monday evening to discuss superintendent who classroom. "if you walked into a situtation where you what was happening, and bill boer told us that he just didn't know what was happening, he put his hands up and said i what's happening here and he walked says kim van der sloot, parent of ocheyedan district. elisa on cam out for comment
6:01 pm
superintendent boer and all the members of the school board on the matter, but they either declined to comment or didn't return calls. voted 4-1. elisa, who investigation into it law enforcement or elisa i found out that it is actually the with the osceola who explained notified of the situation, but removed from the process until needed. "after their investigation, if they felt some kind of criminal charges appropriate, then i probably will contact us then" says kevin wollmukh, elisa on cam we will bring you more on this
6:02 pm
jenna on cam iowa house have an open seat state rep. john kooiker (koy-ker) of boyden has announced that he will not seek re-election and will retire from when his term ends in january kooiker was year, in a special election following the death of longtime rep. dwayne kooiker said his still is, to help fill the gap left by the death of alons, and then pass the torch to the younger generation of leaders. tim: making his way hawkeye state this week. wednesday trump plans on stop in burlington iowa for a rally. burlington auditorium. at 6 oclock jenna: vermont senator was in oskaloosa this afternoon for a town hall
6:03 pm
meeting. it's the second day the democrat has hit the campaign trail in the hawkeye state... yesterday making stops in fort madison and iowa city. the presidental plans to attend the jefferson- this weekend. two key baiting each security and 9/11... while democrats if vice president joe biden gets in the race, emily schmidt reports from washington. " " (nat - music) with a few notes and pictures, jeb bush's latest campaign ad backs up what the candidate says about donald trump. ( sot: jeb bush / (r) presidential candidate ) "across the spectrum of foreign policy, mr. trumps talks about things as though he's still on the apprentice. bush weighed in after trump's comments turned political--and personal--trump said 9/11 was partially jeb's brother george w bush's fault. ( sot: voice of donald trump / (r) presidential candidate ) "he said we were safe, truth is we'd just had the worst attack in the history of our country during his reign. jeb said we were safe during his reign. that wasn't true." the debate's played out for days--through that bush ad, twitter exchanges, and weekend talk show interviews, where trump said if he'd
6:04 pm
been president, 9/11 wouldn't have happened. while trump still leads the gop pack, a new cnn/orc poll shows him trailing hillary clinton in a hypothetical matchup---clinton gets 50 percent support, trump 45. the poll also shows that when just democrats are asked about their candidates-- hillary clinton gets more support than last month, with 45 percent, though closest rival bernie sanders does, too. with 29 percent. the wild card remains vice president joe biden -- who hasn't said if he's running. when the cnn/orc poll asked if he should...fewer say yes today than in august. if biden stays out of the race, clinton's lead over sanders grows. biden has two events scheduled monday where the announcement- watch will continue. in washington, i'm emily schmidt, reporting. jenna: to cut all state medicaid funding to planned parenthood.
6:05 pm
letter to planned parenthood, citing a series of undercover videos. parenthood says appear to show officials from the organization sale of fetal tissue, are heavily misleading. the organization called the texas decision "outrageous". the move comes after federal ruled that medicaid payments to planned parenthood in louisiana and utah must continue, at least temporarily. the presidents plan fighting climate change are getting boost. dozens of companies pledging to take steps to fight the global issue. mega- corporations, including apple, nike, walmart, walt disney and coca cola, have now signed-on. among the promises - cutting their emissions by as much as half. and increasing clean energy use. president obama says the pledges come from a wide swath of the corporate world. (president obama) "right now we've got 81 companies who've signed-on to what we're calling the american business act on climate change.
6:06 pm
jenna: the white house says the commitments endorse a strong outcome during the upcoming climate conference in paris. jenna: an effort to keep kids away from alcohol is underway in sioux city. tonight is red the long lines it's the kick-off for red ribbon week, a chance to educate young people about the dangers of drugs and drinking... and show them the fun things you can do without it. sioux city police officers and sheriff's deputies were shooting hoops with the kids, and there were lots of other games and things to do. red ribbon night is free and goes until 7pm if you still want to check it out. jenna: still to come tonight, we all have those moments when you can't find the motivation to go to the gym, coming up well show you some ways to get motivated (fred)
6:07 pm
warm and dry weather will be seen in the short term, before we see some late-week showers. it will be quite a bit cooler by saturday. see you after the break.
6:08 pm
dear future, please help. the present is kind of a scary place. i have no money, no job, no clothes. i feel completely helpless. but i hear good things about you, future. like i'll have hair, and friends, and books and music. i can't wait to meet you. if you think storm damage is the only cost of climate change, think again. from the rising price of food to higher insurance rates for homes and businesses, the economic damage will only get worse.
6:09 pm
we can save money on electricity and spur innovation to create new businesses and jobs. it all starts with 50% clean energy by 2030. so, what are we waiting for? cold temperatures valley and eastern u-s. up to 9 inches fell upstate new york... that's the earliest that area has seen this much snow in ohio and northern michigan also measuring accumulation. people living in vermont were whiteout conditions. and icy roads are blamed for more new york. "we thought a couple inches and then it kept coming and kept coming!" tim: means some
6:10 pm
the snowfall means some people had snowmen in their yards, before pumpkins! tim/jenna/fred (jenna) fred, can this weather last forever? (fred) well, at least another day. fred hexom fhexom@kcautv.c om (fred) the port neal welding company skycam hd shows bright sunshine from the ho chunk centre in downtown sioux city. 79 was our high today after a low of 60. that's well above normal. the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake also shows sunny skies. the allergy report shows high overall pollen levels, but medium levels of weeds and low tree and grass pollen. highs over western iowa were in the upper 70s and lower 80s. eastern nebraska and southeastern south dakota also saw upper 70s and lower 80s. 78 is our temperature in sioux city. siouxland temperatures range from the upper 70s
6:11 pm
o'neill but we see strong southwest breezes elsewhere, especially in the east. low dew points indicate dry air, and relative humidity values are less than 40% for most of us. because of this, a red flag warning is in effect for eastern siouxland until 7 pm. this means that fires will catch easily and spread quickly, so please avoid tdoor burning. if you look far to the west, you can see the cold front that will push through our area later this week. the satellite and radar shows clouds and a few showers to our west along that front. the stormcast hd shows a warm day tomorrow. the cold front will pass through wednesday, causing cooler weather, but we don't expect any rain with the first passage of this front. however, the western part of the front will later advance back toward us as a warm front on thursday and friday, and that's when we have a chance of showers. tonight, look for a low of 53 with mostly clear skies. tomorrow, expect partly cloudy skies and a high of 79. the 7-day forecast
6:12 pm
a chance of showers thursday and friday. jenna/tim/fred (tim)
6:13 pm
you bet. tim: still to come... well take a look into how the brain helps us get motivated to get going, stay tuned
6:14 pm
for details in tonight's get going a car gives you freedom. room to grow. and in time, room to grow up. your dream car evolves, and protecting it takes committed support.
6:15 pm
wanting to workout, but not enough to get up, get dressed and get to the gym. tim: what does it take to get motivated... how does the brain motivate the rest of the body to "get going"... jessica rae did some research here she is now with more... "nats - "but you're doing five reps of that, ok so burpee, 1, 2, 3, but you're doing 5!, music push ups" rae: according to doctor david ensz with mercy family medicine... when it comes to working out the brain releases two chemicals... serotonin and dopamine... those two chemicals activate the pleasure center of our brain... nat "burpee one two three, jump squats 25, on the ropes let's go people" dr. david ensz "when someone starts exercising more of that chemical is released and more of it stays around both of them stay around longer and even thinking of exercise increases the level of those hormones." rae: for someone like heidi gengler weightloss and a boost of confidence is what got her going to the gym every day... heidi: "just the way i have been able to adjust my lifestyle
6:16 pm
and get healthier and feel much better with myself when i started about a year ago i was a lot heavier than what i am and i just feel great after i have lost some weight and get motivated and get up every morning to start my day." rae: for others its the commraderie and friendships developed along the way... "it's personalized, it's never the same, and it's a lot of good friend here, a lot of good people" nat sounds "gym music working out" rae: jay todd, owner of jt training in sioux city, says one way he tries to motivate his clients is by keeping the workouts fun... jay todd: "we greet them enthusiastically, we welcome them by name, we're basically high energy everything we do. we like them to have a fun experience." so however your brain is motivated... dr. ensz says, find a way to get up and get going because the rest will become routine... dr. david ensz: "a lot of times if somebody gets in a routine to say when they get off work they're going to put their mind to exercising before they have a snack or before they have their big meal of the night, that will become their routine. our brain will get used to that it will get easier and easier." rae: so, let's get going, alongside photographer brett funke, i'm jessica rae, abc9 news coming up in
6:17 pm
sports...a medley of local athletes racked up weekly awards this week. chris has the details when we coming up in sports...a medley of local athletes racked up weekly awards this week. chris has the details when we come back. plus...iowa state faces the top- ranked team in the country this week....we head to ames after the break to preview their matchup
6:18 pm
we need to disrupt the old order in washington, dc. we can do a lot better by applying conservative es we should lower rates and simplify the code to allow people to freely decide how they want to spend their money. what we need is leadership to fix a few big things... so that this country takes off and soars where people can dream the biggest possible dreams... and pursue them with a vengeance. sfx: applause jeb. proven conservative. real results. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. chris: i'm not sure what
6:19 pm
jamie pollard and paul rhoads might have done to anger the big twelve schedulers, but their stretch of games right now might qualify as cruel and unusual punishment. for the third straight week, the cyclones battle a top-three offense nationally in the baylor bears. jon schaeffer has more from ames. as if iowa state schedule the last two weeks wasn't hard enough taking on the number 2 and 3 offenses in the country things get a lot harder as they go to baylor to take on the bears ranking first in the country in total offense they have over 700 yards per game this season but it's not just the air attack grabbing paul rhoads attention as a matter of fact he talked a lot about shock linwood put some game film on and watch him go the distance get handed the ball. their receivers are so good and that's why i think they overlook their running game they got a complete offensive team. linnwood is a great player, a great player, he's strong he's fas he's powerful he's got a great one cut ability. he's got outstanding vision so find it where is it. and yeah their offensive line is pretty dang good too. " i think you gotta start with the pass first and force them to run the ball because they got so many weapons on the outside with those group of receivers. you get people
6:20 pm
deployed to defend a coleman you get a one on one tackle situation in space in the field and he makes a guy miss or he doesn't make a great tackle and there's no body else but the back judge and he ain't made a tackle yet. "iowa state has a chance in this game if they can find a way to slow down that bears high powered offense from jack trice stadium with your cyclone report i'm jon schaeffer. you have less than three hours left to vote for our game of the week. option one: sioux central at woodbury central...winner takes the last playoff spot in class a's district two. option two: ridge view at western matchup that could decide the 1a, district two title. vote on our sportszone
6:21 pm
twitter and facebook accounts. the poll closes tonight at 9. chris: it was a huge weekend for local football players and today, a handful were honored by their respective conferences as players of the week. out in iowa city, akrum wadley has been named the big ten's offensive player of the week. the sophomore running back ran for 204 yards on 26 carries against northwestern, tying an iowa single-game mark with four rushing touchdowns. wadley replaced an injured jordan canzeri early in saturday's game, leading iowa to its first 7-0 start since 2009. back here in town, morningside quarterback ryan kasdorf has been named the gpac and n-a-i-a offensive player of the week. the fifth-year senior tied a mustang single- game record with seven passing touchdowns against dakota wesleyan, adding 365 yards through the air. kasdorf leads the n-a-i-a in passing efficiency for the
6:22 pm
and how about the 'yotes....usd upset ndsu on saturday and two coyotes have earned m-v-c weekly hionors. quarterback ryan saeger was named the offensive player of the week, accounting for three touchdowns in the upset. placekicker miles bergner was awarded special teams player of the week, hitting a 33-yard, game- winning field goal to take down the bison. finishing on the ice, ryan zuhlsdorf has been named the ushl's defenseman of the week. the musketeer captain was credited with four assists this weekend as sioux city earned a pair of wins over omaha and waterloo. zuhlsdrof is currently second on the team in points behind eeli tolvanen.
6:23 pm
comes from... my this is a group of from the notre dame club of sioux city at saturday's game in south bend. if you're like to submit a facebook fan photo, just post it on our page. jenna/tim/chris/fred: (fred) tonight, look for a
6:24 pm
wake up in your first home. wake up in a home with a new address. wake up in a home with no address. your dream home evolves, and protecting it takes committed support. american family insurance. welcome to subway, what can i make for you? you'll love our new rotisserie-style chicken. 100% white meat,
6:25 pm
herb-seasoned pulled chicken, fresh toasted with melty cheese n' crisp veggies on freshly baked bread. enjoy it while it's here! subway. eat fresh. air rage smackdown. >> we've got two passengers that are in a physical altercation. >> all over a reclining seat. >> the passenger reportedly reached forward and started choking the woman. then the bernie sanders impersonation everyone's talking about. >> we need a revolution! >> what the real bernie thinks about it. >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. and oprah's new business deal. >> she's buying 10% of weight watchers. then, first photo. khloe kardashian in the
6:26 pm
hospital, caring for lamar
6:27 pm
6:28 pm
6:29 pm


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on