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pele that were involved will probably sleep a little bit sounder tonight." where'd they go? diana>> a rollover in sioux city leaves police scratching their head. where'd the driver and anyone else inside go? interbake hiring larry>> after millions in improvements... a siouxland baking company is looking to add more jobs. repairs needed diana>> more repairs are needed on the historic woodbury county courthouse. democrats debate larry>> and... lots of eyes are have been on the first debate among democrats who want to be president. it's been nearly 2 - and - a - half years since jamal dean shot and wounded sioux city police officer kevin mccormick. larry>> now... the last of the 8 people who faced charges for helping dean flee have been sentenced. larry>> jamal dean was eventually captured in texas... and is serving years in prison for the shooting...and drug related charges.
diana>> now a husband and wife who helped him leave town after the shooting are going to prison too. our jaclyn driscoll has the story. a press conference was held after the sentencing, where assistant united states attorney forde fairchild recounted the horrific events leading up to jamal dean's arrest. "then we have of course april 29, 2013. that is the day that officer kevin mccormick thinks he's about to make a traffic stop. jamal dean, however, thinks the law has finally caught up to him for the federal and state crimes he has committed earlier." jaclyn driscoll reporting>> ... and also paid respects to his hero. forde fairchild attorney>>
"kevin mccormick, who is my hero. i have watched this video repeatedly and i still as you can tell become very emotional and proud of his service to our community." jaclyn driscoll reporting>> however, the hero himself, says he is anything but. "i feel like what i did hopefully was not any different than what any other police officer in sioux city, in iowa, in the united states would have done in that situation." jaclyn driscoll reporting>> and says he is very simply, relieved. kevin mccormick detective>> "i along with a lot of the people that were involved will probably sleep a little bit sounder tonight, or certainly since this all began 2 and a half years ago." jaclyn driscoll reporting>> but his most important message: his gratitude. kevin mccormick detective>> "i want to be very clear of how grateful i am to my fellow officers and everybody that had a play in this."
driscoll, siouxland news. larry>> morris- hernandez will serve her sentence at a prison in minnesota, while hernandez will serve his sentence in yankton. both will self- report to those facilities to begin their sentences. diana>> an old, downtown sioux city bank will soon be on the move... literally. the building that once housed liberty national bank at second and pearl was closed months ago. the city wants the site for commercial development and to add parking for the hard rock hotel and casino. ho-chunk incorporated bought the building from the city and planned to move it to winnebago. but it's too expensive to move it across the veterans bridge. ho - chunk sold the building for a dollar to bishop heelan catholic schools. it'll replace heelan's 100 year old administration building. a basement will be added... which will double the size. it's hoped the project will be finished by next year. larry>> the woodbury courthouse is in need of more repairs. last week we told you the building's two elevators need
replacing at a cost of more than 400 - thousand dollars. tonight the supervisors were told a piece of marble recently fell from a courtroom ceiling. you can even see daylight where the piece fell from. there's also water damage that caused some of the windows to rust and bow out about an inch. "just those window areas is all we are concerned about at this point. i have to think that we should be looking beyond just those windows to where there might be some other damage might be going on to make sure that we don't have issues elsewhere." an architect from des moines has already inspected the windows and building. the board is waiting for his report before taking the next step. diana>> a sioux city teen is facing arson charges after allegedly starting a dumpster fire yesterday afternoon. this is the evidence of that fire... set in a dumpster full of cardboard outside the dollar tree store on hamilton boulevard. according to sioux city police... 18- year- old jeremiah verbeski of sioux city admitted to lighting a pine cone on fire and throwing it into the dumpster.
the dumpster was destroyed... doing 15- hundred dollars in damage. the outside of the dollar tree received 5- thousand dollars in damage. verbeski is charged with second- degree arson and criminal mischief. he's being held in the woodbury county jail on 10- thousand dollars bond. meanwhile... police have been *looki* for the driver of a car involved in a rollover accident this afternoon on sioux city's west side. it happened just after 2 o'clock in the 31- hundred block of edmunds avenue... a couple blocks south of west high school. when police arrived... they found the car on its top... but empty... with no trace of the driver or any passengers. police say they know who the car belongs to... and will use that as a starting point in their investigation. diana>> work on a new housing development in morningside was briefly interrupted this afternoon. construction crews hit a 1 and a half inch gas line with a piece of construction equipment. utility crews quickly sealed the leak... allowing the crews to return to work. that development is called "lakeport view townhomes"... located behind the lakeport
commons shopping center on the site of the old moringside nursing & rehab center. chad>> . it's going to be another chilly night with overnight lows in the upper 30s once again, but like today, look for afternoon highs to rebound in the lower to mid 70s with plenty of sunshine. another dip in temperature is expected to start on thursday with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds as canadian high pressure builds in to the area. highs should be in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. temperatures will continue on the downward trend for friday and saturday with highs in the upper 50s to near 60 and lows dipping down near freezing. temperatures will start to rebound again on sunday, though winds will be breezy.. diana>> a siouxland group is already working to make sure the families of veterans and current military members stay warm this
winter. it's called operation warming hearts... and it's put on by support siouxland soldiers. the program provides winter coats for children and grandchildren of veterans and active military personnel the group purchased the coats with the help of a grant from the sioux city elks lodge. "thanks to the elks of sioux city 112, they were able to give us grant money to help us get coats for military veteran's children andur active military personnel." support siouxland soldiers is planning to hold the event again on november 10th from 11- 30 a- m until 1- 30 p- m at the red cross building on war eagle drive in sioux city. larry>> the five democrats hoping to succeed president obama in the white house met for their first debate tuesday night. diana>> as danielle nottingham reports from las vegas... four of the competitors were there trying to gain ground on
frontrunner hillary clinton. ((sot clinton )) 21:48:11 tonight i want not to talk about my emails but what the american people want from the next presidnet of the u.s." ((narr-2)) and her closest challenger - senator bernie sanders - agreed: ((sot)) 10/13/2015 21:49:08 enough of the emails let's talk about the real issues facing america." (handshake and standing o) ((narr-3)) but clinton separated herself from sanders... first, on his self-labeled "democratic socialism." ((sot clinton 10/13/2015 21:06:23)) "we would be making a grave mistake to turn our backs on what built the greatest middle class in the history of the world." ((sot sanders )) 6:42 you can have all the growth you want and it doesn't meant anything if all of the new income and wealth is going to the top 1 percent." ((narr-4)) clinton and former maryland governor martin o'malley both challenged sanders on gun safety legislation. ((o'malley)) 21:17:43 it's time to stand up to pass gun safety legislation. ((sot sanders 21:18:07)) the views on gun control in rural states is different than in urban states whether we like it or not. ((standup bridge)) this first debate was a chanc
voters.. ((sot o'malley)) "i am very clear about my principles." ((sot chafee )) "i have no scandals." ((sot webb )) "i've also spentalf my professional life away from politics." ((narr-5)) ((narr-5)) four of the five candidates - all but jim webb - specifically mentioned climate change in their opening remarks. danielle nottingham, cbs news, las vegas. larry>> supporters of the candidates gathered across siouxland to watch tonight's debate. in sioux city... supporters of hillary clinton gathered at el fredo's pizza on the west side for a watch party. hillary's regional campaign manager was there. he says tonight's debate provided the democratic front- runner with an opportunity. "you know the debate is great and it's a great form to talk to so many people but we really believe that we will win the iowa caucus by talking to caucuses goers talking to people on the phone at their homes, online." supporters of former maryland governor martin o'malley watched the debate at his sioux city campaign office. a another pro- clinton watch party took place in blencoe in monona county tonight.
diana>> hillary's campaign holding *another* event here in sioux city tomorrow morning... with a big- name headliner. former secretary of state madeleine albright... who had the job when *bill* clinton was in the white house... will speak at an organizing event for hillary here in sioux city. that event will take place at the peirce mansion on jackson street. it's set to get underway at 8- 45 tomorrow morning. larry>> it's an annual effort to introduce siouxland students to the classics of the music world. today... the sioux city symphony orchestra held its annual free concert for the sixth graders. dozens of kids from area schools spent part of their morning at the orpheum theatre listening to classical music performed by the symphony. the students also learned about the works of beethoven... especially his famous 9th symphony. is spring the sioux city symphony will perform the 9th symphony with the help of area choirs. diana>> the oldest maker of girl scout cookies in the country is adding more workers. the interbake foods plant in north sioux city recently underwent more than 11 million
additions. now the company is hiring at least 60 new workers. interbake cites increasing demand for its products. the jobs start at 12 - dollars an hour.... with the opportunity to earn up to 16 - dollars an hour with benefits. applicants can apply this month at job fairs being held friday afternoons from 1 until 4 at the bakery. applications are also being taken by state worforce services in both iowa and south dakota. larry>> still to come tonight at siouxland news at ten... how one organization is celebrating a major milestone... with a delayed ribbon cutting...
healthwatch. chad>> . metrocam it's going to be another chilly night with overnight lows in the upper 30s once again, but like today, look for afternoon highs to rebound in the lower to mid 70s with plenty of sunshine. another dip in temperature is expected to start on thursday with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds as canadian high pressure builds in to the area. highs should be in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. temperatures will continue on the downward trend for friday and saturday with highs in the upper 50s to near 60 and lows dipping down near freezing. temperatures will start to
announcement out of omaha. diana>> 21 people in omaha are likely to face charges after a crackdown on human trafficking. larry>> it's part of nationwide crackdown by the f - b - i. and as caiti blas? ("blaze") reports from our sister station in omaha...two people were saved from being forced into huamn slavery. the bust was part of a nationwide program "operation cross country". this is video shot of the raids last week in alexandria, virginia. ithows the steps investigators have to take to help people and find those responsible for human trafficking. "i love that it's happening
things accomplished." olson says this is just the first step. she's hoping that the community understands this as well and steps up to help the fight. "not only is this happening in other places but this is happening right in our backyard and that they're own child, your child could be a victim of trafficking." while olson says it's a victory for omaha she says the city still has a long way to go. she says she wants to see every single child and adult rescued from this crime. diana>> nationwide... the f- b- i says 149 children were saved from being sexually exploited... and more than 150 pimps were arrested. this year's "operation cross country" effort was the largest in its nine- year history. larry>> for people living with type- 2 diabetes... watching what they eat and drink is very important. coming up after the break in tonight's healthwatch... we'll look at why a new study is suggesting *wine* might be
*add* to their diet. larry>> a new study finds red wine can improve the cardiovascular health of people with type 2 diabetes. diana>> marlie hall takes a look at the research in tonight's healthwatch. now a new, large study published in the annals of internal medicine says a daily glass of red wine may actually help people with type 2 diabetes. "1 to 2 glasses of red wine for men and up to one glass of red wine for women, daily, at dinner, over a two year period, resulted in lower blood sugar and a decreased development of heart disease." red wine also modestly increased levels of hdl, or good cholesterol and lowered overall cholesterol. dr. minisha sood says researchers have known for a while moderate amounts of alcohol are fine for diabetics,
but the jury was out on which kind of alcohol had the most benefit. (sot: dr. minisha sood/lennox hill hospital) "it's the non-ethanol components of the wine which are present moreso in red wine... //it's the phenols, it's the resveratrol, it's the tannins, they all work together with the ethanol possibly to result in these positive changes. rubin says diet, exercise and medication are still his first line of defense, but now... (sot: garret rubin/type 2 diabetes patient) "now, since i have a choice, i think red wine might be the thing." marlie hall, cbs news, new york. larry>> the diabetics who took part in the study generally did not drink alcohol... and ate a mediterranean diet. diana>> sioux city's chapter of the susan g komen foundation has a new home. the organization actually moved into their new nebraska street facility back in january... but held the ribbon cutting this morning for breast cancer awareness month. the organization is behind
for the cure" held each summer. the new office space is bigger and gives them more breathing room and they are able to display some of the merchandise for sale. diana>> sergeant bluff luton and bishop heelan face off in a battle of two of the most potent volleyball teams in siouxland. and the muskies give up three straight goals in sioux falls. see if they got their offense going in time to mount a comeback.
we are less than 2 weeks away from the start of regional volleyball playoffs in iowa. 5th ranked bishop heelan will have a bye in 4a. sergeant bluff luton hosts moc floyd valley in the first round. the two scquaring off in sergeant bluff tonight. 1)arly first set we are tied at 4! anna yo-cum to lexi sneller and sidney scholz is there to tap it in! 5-4 warriors. 2)ack comes heelangrace hanno with the dig, taylor ferguson with the set and paige
opsahl throws it down! heelan up 9-7. 3)bl now coming back kylee christian bump, morgan skinner sets, and brittni olsen touches the sky! warriors win the first set 25-18. they win the whole thing 3-1! musketeers in sioux falls to take on the stampede. they've split their first two meetings with the clark cup champs. opening period, the muskies crack the scoreboard first...matt steeves stands on the doorstep and flips it past stefanos lekkas, and the guys in green lead scott owens' squad 1-nil. *** minutes later, sioux falls is on the maadvantage, but josh wilkins saunters down the ice, slips past a defender, and goes five-hole on lekkas. sioux city leads 2-nothing. *** the herd were down, but not out...at the end of a sioux city power play, eric macadams slips behind the "d", and his first ushl goal is a beauty. "21" lights the lamp, cutting the deficit to 2-1 after one...e sioux falls added two goals in the second and four in the
the muskies. number 9 wayne state hosting william jewel in volleyball action. 1. pick up action in the first set and heelan alum leisa mcclintock with the nice set to elizabeth gebhardt.. who knows what to do with it. wildcats up sixteen to nine. 2. next serve..michaela mestl with the spike.. wayne state up seventeen to nine and they would win the first set twenty-five to fourteen. 3. in the second set.. mcclintock sets up katie hughes who sends it home.. wildcats down early in the second.. s to seven. 4. later in the set.. junior alyssa frauendorfer.. who leads the team in kills.. with the great shot..wildcats up twenty-one to sixteen. 5. frauendorfer again with the spike.. william jewell can't handle it.. wildcats up twenty-two to six and they would win the second set twenty-five to eighteen and.." they win em all! 3 sets to nothing the final. more volleyball! moc-floyd valley over boyden hull 3-2. number tw unity christian over remsen saint mary's 3-0. third ranked dakota valley over lennox 3-1. wynot over bloomfied 3-0.
3-0.i chad, diana, larry, chris>> . it's going to be another chilly night with overnight lows in the upper 30s once again, but like today, look for afternoon highs to rebound in the lower to mid 70s with plenty of sunshine. another dip in temperature is expected to start on thursday with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds as canadian high pressure builds in to the area. highs should be in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. temperatures will continue on the downward trend for friday and saturday with highs in the upper 50s to near 60 and lows dipping down near freezing. temperatures will start to rebound again on sunday, though winds will be breezy..