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tv   Siouxland News at 9 on FOX 44  FOX  November 6, 2015 9:00pm-9:30pm CST

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3 right now at appears to be more proof isis is using children to do some killing those who won't.(high speed chase)a high suspect being airlifted to a hospital.(cherokee standoff) there are more details following last night's standoff in cherokee.(another bidder)after being years... united airlines once again eyes sioux city for possible flights.(siouxland sleep out) and... we'll have a live report this year's siouxland sleep out at lewis and clark park. 3 3 a police chase through sioux city ended with one person being flown to the hospital. thanks for joining us. i'm larry wentz. diana castillo has the night off. 3 3 and this evening that story is first on fox. 3 3 3 the chase began when police tried to pullover a pickup in the 24-hundred block of 7th street. the chase wound through sioux city and up hamilton boulevard. it finally ended in plymouth county near k-22 and highway 3 when stop sticks were used to puncture the tires. the pickup went into a ditch and hit a culvert. there were two teens inside... a male and female. the male driver wasn't hurt... but the female passenger was airlifted to mercy medical center with non-life threatening injuries. deputies recovered some items thrown out of the truck during the chase. they say they're drugs. charges are pending against the pair. 3 3 we now know the name of the man who sparked yesterday's 9- hour standoff in cherokee.51- year- old james goslar of cherokee surrendered peacefully just before 11 o'clock last night... ending a standoff that began just before 2. officers were originally called to the house by goslar... who was threatening suicide. they saw a gun in his home and called for backup. officers from the iowa state patrol and their swat team... as well as cherokee county sheriff's police... were on the scene. goslar was taken to the cherokee regional medical center for evaluation.it's not yet known if he will face any criminal charges. 3 3 a new airline might be serving sioux gateway airport next spring.united airlines is now competing with the current provider american airlines for the right to operate 13 weekly flights to and from chicago's o'hare airport. both have submitted bids to the federal government for subsidies under the "essential air service"
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program. american airlines is asking the f- a- a for one point two million dollars. united is asking for a little more than 300 thousand. the airport's director says he's very excited about the bids. 3 dir. mike collett "and that we will be analyzing what they proposed and probably have an official comment within the next two weeks or a month."if united wins the bid for flights to chicago... the company says it will also seek to add flights to denver. 3 president obama ended years of political wrangling today when he pulled the plug on the keystone xl pipeline project. as mary moloney reports... the decision came less than an hour after he received a recommendation to do so from his secretary of state. 3 the keystone x-l pipeline project - connecting the u-s and canada - is not moving forward.( sot: president barack obama )"america is now a global leader when it comes to taking serious action to fight climate change, and frankly approving this project would have undercut that leadership"president obama announced the decision friday -- flanked by vice president
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joe biden, and secretary of state john kerry -- who, just an hour beforehand, had met with the president to recommend rejecting the deal. the pipeline would have crossed 6-states -- moving more than 800-thousand barrels of petroleum every day from canada -- to the gulf coast. (nat) - protestsit's triggered protests -- and political debates. many democrats spoke out against the pipeline over environmental concerns. many republicans supported it -- calling it necessary for energy security and job creation.( sot: president barack obama )"while our politics have been consumed by a debate over whether or not this pipeline would create jobs and lower gas prices, we've gone ahead and created jobs and lowered gas prices." new house speaker paul ryan issued a statement, calling the president's decision, quote. "sickening."he went on to say, pr esident obama "is rejecting the will of the american people and a bipartisan majority of congress."transcanada has spent more than 2-billion dollars so far on the project. the new canadian prime minister -- justin trudeau -- decision... but, he echoed president obama when he said -- the relationship between
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the two countries is much bigger than any one project. i'm mary moloney reporting. 3 3 iowa's senior u- s senator issued a statement after this morning.chuck grassley calls the decision "completely non-sensical", and says that the pipeline would have helped meet american energy needs and reduce dependence on foreign oil. grassley adds that the administration's own environmental reviews found the project would have no significant impact... and that blocking the pipleine won't stop the oil being produced other means. 3 3
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for you over the weekend.>>3 3 imagine not having a warm bed to snuggle up in when it's cold.some siouxlanders are putting themselves in those shoes... the shoes of the less fortunate who *live* that experience.our jetske wauran joins us live from lewis and clark park where the annual "siouxland sleepout" gets underway tonight. jetske. 3 the annual "siouxland sleep out" is underway here...what a great event...aiming to raise both money and awareness... by inviting people to camp out in these makeshift shelters... at
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will be live entertainment, a soup line...and 3 more...homelessness is a problem, it can happen to anybody, and there's always donations always help.if you want to help out...go online to siouxlandsleepout.org...and be sure to tonight into at 10, we'll show you the latest "siouxland sleep-out" shelters...then...reporting
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larry back to you.3 3 3 sioux city is making it easier for military veterans to get around town next wednesday.as part of efforts to recognize and show appreciation for the service of our men and women in uniform... sioux city public transit says active-duty soldiers and veterans will be able to ride for free on veteran's day next week.to ride for free... a vet simply has to tell the bus driver that they are a veteran of a branch of the armed forces... and when they served.the free ride on veterans day started in 2010... but veterans with a service-related disability ride free *every* day. 3 3 there's a change coming to
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this year's downtown holiday lighted parade.the annual event at the end of november traditionally kicks off the holiday season in sioux city... including the lighting of the city's christmas tree. this year's parade is sponsored by the international brotherhood of electrical workers... and is now moving to the weekend. this year's parade will be sunday, november 22nd. the form to register for this year's parade is available online at downtown partners' website. the three best entries will receive a cash prize. 3 3 and just a few days after the holiday parade... downtown partners is welcoming back holiday shoppers to the many locally-owned businesses in sioux city.saturday november 28th is the date for 2015's "small business saturday." the nationwide effort to drive shoppers to locally-owned stores traditionally takes place the day after black friday. several of sioux city's downtown businesses and restaurant are planning to offer special deals to shoppers on that day. maps and a list of businesses taking part will be posted
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3 the sioux city art center is teaming up with local design firms to honor a legendary sioux city businessman.t. s. martin founded the t.s. martin company department store in 1890. his granddaughter... margaret ann martin everest... helped build the art center's current facility. now... the art center is displaying some of the 80 works of art donated by her family in imaginary store window displays pioneered by t.s. martin. in addition to the window displays... more of the artwork will be on display in a traditional gallery setting. the art center has also worked with historians to create a book on t. s. martin's legacy and 3 sioux city's press club is looking to help deserving college students who are majoring in journalism or mass communication s.the karen a. luken memorial scholarship offers a thousand dollars to a junior or senior in one of those majors at one of 7 qualifying siouxland schools.to qualify... a student must be full-time... with a minimum 3.0 g-p-a. they
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also have to fill out the scholarship application and submit a short essay.the application deadline is december 1st.you can find the full details on our webiste at siouxland news dot com. 3 3 still to come tonight on siouxland news at nine... which major automaker is making a major *investment* in self- driving cars... coming up tonight's fox means business report. 3 3 but first... the terror group isis continues to draft *children* into its army. what's driving the recruitment of younger and younger break. 3 "siouxland news at nine on fox 44, with larry wentz, diana castillo and siouxland's chief meteorologist chad sandwell."
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3 sandwell."3 3 3 3 residents in the iraqi city of mosul say at least 12 children
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were brutally executed this week trying to escape from an isis training camp... where the terror group teaches them to slaughter, torture and conduct suicide attacks.in tonight's safe and secure report, national correspondent jeff barnd discovers 3 why the islamic state's use of children as weapons of war. has gotten horrifically worse. 3 /nat-from video/o/ you're looking at children weaned on terror to fight for isis no chance to play *only* a chance to kill or *be* killed /sot/paul salem ftp dc broll-- :25 what they're establishing is built on a complete re- wiring of peoples understanding of society and religion in the state in order to build this caliphate" 33 /sot/bill braniff ftp dc broll - ":36 "they need foot soldiers and unfortunately cannon fodder given the kinds of tactics that they use. " :42 /josh graph/ the syrian observatory for human rights says these children *now* number anywhere tween 3000 and 4000 in syria and iraq. that's a a ugh increase of 1000% since the beginning of *this* year/vo/ impressionable young minds who are promised money, women and
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/sot/ paul salem :33 "so it makes sense to take kids with them when they're little to brainwash them completely and to produce citizens who isis still holds large areas of land in syria and iraq where junior jihadis are used to cover adult losses from recent clashes s d turkey's rder to the north has been tightenenemaking it even harder for *adult* isis recruits to get through (source cnn) (oct. 2015)/vo/ terror experts say that's one of *many* reasons why children are now being recruited in record numbers /bridge/ often these children are kidnapped, others are taken from their homes with the family's permission as long as the families are paid off leaving the child to fight for a cause they often can't comprehend. /vo/ recruiting children under the age of 15 is a war crime under internrntional lala but terror e eerts say the law is immaterial to establishing their caliphate./sot/paul salem - 1:42 if you get a fighter and he's very young , if he can survive for a few years , then he will be with you for life 1:46/vo/ and that fighter has 2 choices, victory or death i'm jeff barnd
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reporting. 3 3 you might be surprised to know how many federal agencies whose missions don't normally include police work are arming up at taxpayay expense.some are beginning to ask just why so many agencies have tactical units.. swat teams. 3 even the environmental protection agency-epa-has armed agentstoday, at least 40 federal agencies have their own armed units. that includes: the agriculture departmentthe office of personnel management the consumer product safety commission andthe railroad retirement board. 3 "they've acquired the power to make arrests, the power to carry firearms and to conduct raids.itit been prprliferating over the years and we don't really have a full accounting of how many of these agencies and units are out there. and now they've now acquiring militarized weaponry and equipment."those armed federal agents have been involved in raids and actions in several
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to question both the costs and the overstepping authority. more on this story this sunday on full measure with haryl attktkson, at 9- 30 here onon fox 44, right before fox news sunday.. 3 3 3 taking a live look tonight over downtown sioux city on our j- c roofing and insulating skywatch camera. it's a cold night to be out at the ballpark.chad's got our slightly warmer weekend
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3 3 3 3 3 larry, diana and chad talk about today's weather and the upcoming forecast. 3
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the 60s after chilly morning starts/ another front is headed our way late wednesday into thursday that could bring us a slight chance of rain/snow mix into thursday morning. we'll be watching it for you over the weekend.>> 3 3
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3 weekend.>>3 3 3 still to come tonight on siouxland news at nine... how e local walmart store is celebrating its first major makeover in a decadede. but first... 3 asman says: 'want your paycheck to start taking off? we know where you should be looking. i'm david asman with
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comimimi3 3 the latest jobs report h h an ununpected surprise... with good news fofojob-seekers. david asman has that story and more in tonight's fox means business report. a lot more people hearg... u're hiredthe economy adding 271,000 new jobs last month, well above expectations.the unemployment rate falling to an even five percent.but keep in mind, the labor participation rate... people either working or looking for work... is still at a 38-year low.stocks endingngfrfrday with morereains... the dow now riding a six-week winning
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streak.meantime, if you work in the skies... your paycheck is taking off.according to a new survey, wages in the air transportation business... with jobs like mechanics and pilots.. seeing the biggest growth over the past 10 years.. up nearly 17 percent. the average salary is around 75,000 dollars.and toyota is going high tech. and going to silicon valley.the japanesese automaker spending one billion dollars totouild a research lab in palo alto california. the lab focusing on self driving cars.((on cam))that's business. i'm david asman. 3 3 a sioux city walmart store is celebrating some new renovations.the walmart supercenter on singing hills boulevard hosted a grand reopening celebration this morning.the store has been remodeled... offering folks new services at its customer service center.after the ribbon- cutting... the store offered free food samples to shoppers.stste employees s y the renovations ararexciting. 3 "oh it feels wonderful the associates are excited we are all just ready. dhe really cool thing is through this
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years sincthe store has been remodeled here. so every week there was something new that that got just excited."as part of today's celebration... walmart also donated 5- thousand dollars to the "relay for life"... some 50 dollar gift cards to teachers at hunt elementary... and 500 dollars s east high school's special ololics. 3 chad's got a final check of the forecast coming up after
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3 that's all from us tonight.
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night at nine. - can i get anher refill? - yes. can i get an explanation of why you're wearing overalls when there are no goats around? [percussive beat] oh, wait... now he's drumming. overalls, free coffee refills, and drumming.
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