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im tim seaman jenna: and im jenna rehnstrom. here's a startling fact. one out of every six elderly americans... will be the target of a financial scam. tim:if you're caring for an aging loved one... that's a scary thought. so, how do you protect them? jenna: bria bell tells us about a new effort underway in iowa. she's live in studio. bria: that's right. the iowa attorney general's office is enhancing state policies to protect senior citizens. and, here in sioux city... one local organization is trying to education seniors and their loved ones. anyone can fall victim to a well crafted scam, but in places like sioux city where the elder population is higher...makes them more susceptible. the siouxland center for active generations is trying to combat these crimes by offering informational workshops. "education and vigilance. we have...every wednesday we have a talk show where we
bring in speakers to inform our members and the general public," said santi. the efforts that this center provides is what santi calls a team effort, because not every scam that occurs goes noticed. "more fraud happens in the community than what we're aware of, than what the police are aware of, than what the siouxland ceceer for active generations oror connections area, or agencies on aging or any of the e cial network groups are aware. if it happens, one times is too many," said santi. types of scams that con artists partake in arehone calls pretending to be relativeu, fake mail flyers requesting donations for charities, health care or contracting schemes. senior citizens can protect their wallets by making sure that their purchases are valid...verifying any money sent to donations, keeping a strong social network by communicating with friends...as well as not letting a person or organization force you into making a financial decision. on the state level... sisix city representative chris hallllays protecting seniors is somethingthey'r'ractively keepinintabs on, about what's important. incremental stepu. it's somethinghat we've considered with strong input from older iowans, and in particular the hall. is also working to by incorporating emotional abuse, as
the attorney general's office and tips from the ouxland center for active generations can be found on our website at siouxlandmatters dot com. live in the studio, bria bell abc 9 news. jenna: some siouxland landowners are angry following a judge's ruling, slowing their battle with developers of the bakken pipeline. "dakota access" plans to route it's pipeline across iowa including parts of siouxland.the landowners
led suit against the company, claiming it's plan to use emminent domain to aquire their land is illegal, since the land is being used for private gain. today the judge told landowners that atleast for now, they don't have legal standing to fight dakota access. one landowner says it's still a fight worth having. "we think about it every day because ultimately, the land goes to my children, and this is my wife's family farm, andndt's sacred ground. i don't think people realize how near and dear the soil is to the farmer that farms is" says bill luetkeman, landowner." bill, who was listed in the suit, says the compensation he's been offered by dakota access is written vaguely and in favor of the company. it also doesn't include environmental insurance, which could lead to more lawsuits for farmers if there are leaks that damage their land. tim on cam three state ecutives who cocoete against each other when trying to land new business, came together today in the name of work force development. iowa governor terry branstad, nebraska governor pete
ricketts and south dakota governor dennis daugaard headline the 14th annual tri-state governors conference. all agree that improving the pool of skilled workers in the region is critical to continued business growth. from constructiti to agriculture and nufacturing.... employers are battling a gap in skilled workers. something south dakota governors dennis daugaard says education can play a big part in fixing. "we need to work to help adults find newskills or complete new degrees that give them the skills. we need to encourage our young people to understand the career opportunities that are available right here in siouxland. training our own probably won be enough we need to recruit workers form other arere where job opportunities are not as good," said south dakota governor dennis daugaard. financial incentives, are one of the most common tools used to help attract new business. whether from tax rebates, forgivable loans or tax credits, all three states offer millions in aid. but the governors agree it takes more than that to keep new
"when you lookokt incentives you need to make sure that whatever icentivesyou provide are less than the benifits the community and state get from attracting those good paying jobs, we try and focus on really good paying jobs" said ia governor terry branstad. "what you have to do is make sure you have a low tax environoment, that you have common sense regulation and most importantly that you have a work force. all those things are how you attract and retain a company," said nebraska governor pete ricketts. goverbnor branstad is scheduled to return to sioux city next week to continue the discussion on work force development. tim: work force development will be the focus sunday morning on this week in siouxland. i'll be joined by the director of the iowa economic development authority debi durham and nebraska governor pete rickckts sits down for a one on one conversationabout that and several other issues in the cornhuskers state. that's sunday at 9 am, here on abc9. jenna:
there's a new leader for the republicans in the race for the whitehouse... at least in iowa. ben carson is taking over. according to a new quinnipiac poll of likely iowa caucus goers, carson is leading the pack with 28 percent. trump is behind him with 20 percent of the votes, followed by rubio with thirteen and tedcruzuzith ten percenen this is the first major poll showing trump trailing by a significant margin in an early primary or caucus state since june. "peter brown 2:15 dr. carson's favoribility rating is 89%, is a phenominally high never seen. so big, one of the heart . " now the question is with several months left until the febuary caucuses how will the campaign keep this momentum going? said iowa needs to even more of ben carson. tim:
front-runner and former secretary of state hillary clinton landed in the hot seat on capitol hill today... testifying in the highly- anancipated congressional hearing on benghazi. andy rose brings us more " " tensions were high as hillary clinton entered her eighth hour of testimony. (rep. lynn westmoreland / (r) georgia) you said everybody else is responsible for everything else. what were you responsible for? (hillary clinton / (d) former secretary of state ) i was responsible for sending chris stevens to benghazi as an envoy. i was responsible for supportingng temporary missssn that we were constantly evaluating. but arguably the most heated exchange did not even involve the former secretary of state. (rep. trey gowdy / (south carolina ) i don't care if he sent it by morse code, carrier pigeon, smoke signals. (rep. elijah cummings / (d) maryland ) will the gentleman yield? (rep. trey gowdy / (r) south carolina ) i'd be happy to but you need to make sure the entire record is correct, mr. cummings. (rep. elijah cummings / (d) maryland ) that's exactly what i iant to do. clinton spent the day mounting a passiona defense of her response to the benghazi attack that left four americans dead. (hillary clinton / (d) former secretary of state) i would
imagine i have thought more about what happened than all of you put together. republicans insist, the hearing isn't a partisan witch hunt. (rep. trey gowdy / (r) south carolina) we're going to pursue the truth in a manner worthy of the memory of the four people who lost their lives and worthy of the respect of our fellow citizens. during her testimony, clinton challengng the committee e look at the bigger picture. (hillary clinton / (d) former secretary of state) these are complex issues, mr. congressman. and i think it's important that we look at the totality of what was going on. i'm andy rose reporting. jenna: congressman paul ryan announced today he is offifially running for speaker of the house. the wisconsin republican has repeatedly turned down pleas to run for this post. ryan has been viewed as the only member commanding the respect needed to unify the fractured house republican caucus. earlier this week... ryan has said he would consider the bid if he could a be "unity candidate" and get the backing of three key g-o-p house
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some people is turning a certain age, others have a dollar amount they need to have in their bank account. for one iowa man - farming is his life, and he's not ready to give it up. elias johnson reports. nat tractor starts up it's a sound when combined with others creree a symphany nat beans unload and signals a special time of year at the maloy family farm near eddyville randalalaloy "you get u ubefore 6 and i've got chorse, i feed cattle." ththfall harvest is in full swing - and if he's lucky - randal may call it a day by 8:30 tonight randal maloy - eddyville farmer "two extra pairs of hands helps me out a lot." luckily the extra pair of hands he relies on, have been doing it for more than 6 decades randal maloy - eddyville farmer "it's the only thing he knows. he has no hobbies... alta mae maloy "he does that every
randal maloy - eddyville farmer ...farming is it. if it wasn't for farming he probably wouldn't be here." for 62 of his 85 years on this earth, randal's father, don, has been working this hallowed ground, through good yields and bad don maloy "farming will never change. high prices and low... don maloy you have your good years and the so, so years." while most farmers today rely on technology like automated g-p-s computers for efficiency - don, prefers the hand on approach nat yeah - its the younger guys who do that." nat - pulling out paper a bill of sale he keeps in his pocket from a combine he purchased long ago nat "1963" reminds don how different farming is today "isn't that something?" nat - combine rolls the only thing he's worn more years than overalls - is a wedding ring alta mae maloy"sixty-five" don maloy "65" alta mae maloy "he's no one to sit
around theouse. he has to be up and a going and doing something." don maloy "of course i always say yes and that's the reason we're still together - haha" elias asks: "did you ever go to the bahamas or take a fancy vacation?" -"hah - no, we never go nowhere." "no?" "i'm satisfied right here." one questiti don's familylyo longer asks, , how long he'll keep going alta mae "no they don't ask becuase they know he's gonna keep a farming just as long as he can." randal maloy - eddyville farmer "but it wont be today - probably wont be next year either." don maloy "you know i was thinking the other day. i've got four kids and if i can go another five years we can all retire together - haha" and why go loking for sosothing better, when yououe peffectly hahay with what yououot... randal maloy "he can't sit in a house, he'll never do that. he loves what he's doing. he told me once, i haven't got it perfect yet so i'll keep on doing it." (tim) fred, when do we
(fred) by late this evening, rain will be moving in. 2 line super: fred hexom email@example.com om (fred) the hd radar shows rain mainly across the western part of the map, but it's now starting to cross the western part o o the map, but is now starting to cross into western iowa around the sioux city metro. the rain is just starting to reach the ground in sioux city. previously, this was all evaporating before it hits the ground in sioux city. that's because the relative humidity is only 62%. the air is more saturated to the west, and that is where the rain is reaching the ground. overnight, our entire area will become saturated and we will almost all see rain overnight. the port neal welding company skycam hd shows no rain yet from the ho chunk k centre. the almanac shows a high today of 6 6after a low of 39. the king's pointe e skycam hd shows dry conditions. sioux city has 57 degrees. siouxland temperatures are in the 50s with 60s across the south. winds are from the southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. local temperatures show a warm front to our south. along this front, rain is forming. more rain is located in south dakota, closer to a low pressure center. the
stormcast hd shows the warm front moving through tonight, which will yield slowly rising temperatures and increasing rain chances. the low will push a coldfront through tomorrow, keeping rain chances alive--and a few thunderstorms are possible too. the rain forecast shows that most of siouxland will see 0.5" to 1.0" total tomorrow, but a few spots could be closer to 2". sioux city could see 1.45". tonight's low will be 55 with rain and slowly rising temperatures. tomorrow, 68 will be the high with rain and a few thunderstorms. the 7-day shows a niceweekend but morerain chances next tuesday and wednesday. (jenna) than, fred. (fred)
2-6, sioux city west was still alive for the postseason. they would need some help with point differential tomorrow night, but before that even matters, they'd first have to beat des moines hoover tonight. hoover won this matchup by 41 a year ago down in des moines... it's 14-7 huskies late in the 2nd...jerry ziaty...tries to go right up the gut, he gets cut off but finds a seam up the left side...17 yards to the house to make it 20-7. west looking for the answer before half...noah mcwell...what a dual threat he is...a big chunk of yards, but the drive would stall and that would be our halftime score. second drive of the second for hoover...wilfrid
kouakou puts it up for patrick sullivan who makes a nice snag...that would set up a short touchdown run. late in the third west gets the answer...mcwell hits jalen roseland for the 72 yard pitch and catch...but that wouldn't be enough...hoover ends west's with a 34-14 win. . the regular season finale for tonight...panthers dv's offense looking great in this one...luke schmitt with the short pass to tyler johnson whrns it into a big gain...panthers up 7-0. and the screen sets up the deep ball...next drive it's schmitt to johnson one more time...dakota valley opens up a 2 score lead. after a wagner touchdown...gage butler fields the kickoff...he finds a seam up the sideline, takes a hit and he's all kinds of amped up. that sets up austin carter for the short touchdown run. dakota valley
final. chris: last year norfolk k catholic went 9-9- against teams that weren't boone central newman grove. but the cardinals were kryptonite for the knights, taking them down in the regular season and knocking them out in the second round of the playoffs. tonight they looked for revenge...sean powers from our sportszone partners at necc shot this game for us. . in the first...t.t lightning g the knights backfield...dylan kautz...nice five yard run gets it inside the ten. that sets up the thunder...david engelhaupt...i wouldn't want to try to tackle him...he scores nearly untouched to make it 7-0. the cardinals, coming back the other way...scott ketteler makes a nice catch, but the drive would stall. kautz would have trouble with the punt, but that's about the only problem they had...knights win big 42-14. in class d2, a district
championship on the line with wynot hosting lyons decatur northeast. late in the first half...wot already up 44- 6...cael sudbeck...punches it in from 5 yards out to extend the lead. we head to the third...jalen wiesler looking downfield, but montana riecken snags the interception before it hits the ground. cougars looking to find some momentumn..benny estrada gets to the edge, stays in bounds, but takes a hit and loses the ball that kevin bruening hops on. cougs would get the ball right back on the next play and riecken capitalizes...they'd make a comeback, but it wasn't enough, wynot wins it 52-36. creighton already locked up a district title, tonight the bulldogs looking for an undefeated season agagast hartington/n/nca stle. in the first...the
bulldogs get on the board first...lane walton from 5 yards out for creighton. 8-0 next possession...walt on...65 yards this time...that ma 16-0. and when it rains, it pours...brock baller...58 yards to paydirt. the dogs have no ouble tonight, they roll 66-6. tomorrow night's tomorrow night's woodhouse game of the week in ll has tons on the line for ridge view and western christian. both teams are in the playoffs next wednesday ni but the seeding, and in turn home field advantage are up for grabs. if the wolfpack win, they will be district champs for the first time in their 12 year history. ridge view needs a win and help to finish at the top, but a win would give the raptors a home playoff game in the first round. with so much on the lili, both sides are ready for a big game friday night. travis kooima--"this bebeg our 12th year, having a chance to win the district for the first time ever; having different news stations doing the game; its a huge--just having that spotlight on our program is good. i think it just brings a lot of the attention to the guys, which that's what it's all about." taylor miedema--"we've had a lot of success
out who we are as a team, so i'm feeling pretty confident and i'm pretty sure everybody else on the team feels the same way. we've just gotta believe and have faith. no fear, no doubt, trust the guy next to you, d d it for the guy next t to you." rret lamp--"it's huge. if we win we get home field--first round, homefield in the playoffs, so that one thing we really wt is a playoff game at russ kraai. so that's definitely a goal." jeff de haan--"we know what's on the line and i asked the kids--you know, especially for the seniors to get another home game would be big for us. but i think we're excited. our prep's been really good for the last three weeks and we hope to carry that into week n ne." i'll be live in hull tomorrow at 6:15 to preview the game. so if you're a supporter of either team, get out to the field early.
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