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members. our job is to do the right thing for the american people every day, now you've heard me say this multiple times but i'll say it one more time. if you do the right things every day for the right reasons, the right things will happen for our country." ryan told fellow republicans last night that he would agree to be a candidate, but only if gop members unify behind his candidacy. some hardline conservatives have expressed reservations. the leading republican presdential candidate will return to sioux city for an event, next week. donald trump will speak at west high school, at 6:00pm, on tuesday, october 27th. doors open at 4:00pm for the event. it's trump's first trip to sioux city since may 16th, which was before he had decided to enter the race. during that speech, on the morningside college campus, trump railed against illegal immigration calling the united states a "dumping ground". an iowa family was caught with marijuana and a loaded handgun while driving in utah. utah highway patrol stopped
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storm lake, iowa residents abel medina rios and his two children, 28-year-old raquel and 26-year-old abel. troopers seized about 55 pounds of marijuana and a loaded .32 caliber handgun from their car. all three were taken to jail. the utah state bureau of investigation then contacted the storm lake police department. investigators in storm lake searched three locations and quantities of marijuana, crystal methamphetam ine, drug packaging materials, cell phones and over two thousand dollars in cash. the investigation is ongoing in both iowa and utah. police in sioux falls, south dakota say no one was seriously injured in a rollover crash that pinned both the driver and passenger underneath the vehicle early this morning. the accident happened just before one o'clock. police say the car was head north, when it drifted into the southbound lane and into a ditch. the vehicle then went through a barbed wire fence, vaulted over a creek and landed in a tree. both the driver and the passenger were pinned underneath the vehicle after being ejected.
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their injuries do not appear to be life-threatening. the driver is likely going to face charges after his preliminary breath test came back at a point-15. city leaders in cushing, iowa lifted a boil advisory put in place after a pump failed in the deep well. city officials say the well is repaired and back in use. late last week citizens were advised to boil their water, or look for an alternative as there may have been high nitrate levels after the pump failed. those levels are low tonight and bacterial samples were satisfactory. so, once agian, it is no longer necessary to boil water in cushing. switching gears... it was a bit cooler today than the past few days.. is this what we can expect for the rest of the week? chief meteorlogist ron demers joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. after two straight days of 79 degree highs in sioux city, today was certainly cooler yet still above average for this time of year as we made it into the mid 60s. we also saw a few more clouds today
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and that gave the sioux gateway airport .01" of rain, the first measurable rain so far in october. we could see an isolated shower again tonight but our better chancesesrrive from late thursday into thursday night and friday. thanks. it's a hat trick of meet and greets for a few sioux city musketeers players and some fans this morning. three muskies players stopped by unitypoint
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health - st. luke's to talk to patients. they took time off the ice to take photot, signed autographs, and haha out t-shirts. the hockey players say they enjoy getting out into the community to meet their fans. "i enjoy it because you can see the reactions on the people's faces when you come in and say hi and see how much it means to them and it just make my day knowing that i'm able to make someone happy or that happy, it just makes me happy," says jacob wilson, a denfensive man with the musksks. the muskies' visit was a welcome surprise for the patients at the hospital. "it's hard to be in the hospital to have you guys come," says jo thyr. "yeah, it was a nice surprise. i didn't expect this at all," says kevin thyy the muskies were also sporting their pink in the rink jerseys that they will be wearing for their game at the tyson this sioux city takes on the tri city storm to raise money to fight breast cancer. it's a big day for fans of the "back to the future" film series. it's the day the film's future'. mark barger reports.
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nats "where are we? when are we?" back in 1989, "back to the future ii" predicted a lot about what this exact date. nats "wednesday, october 21, 2015" might look like.... nats "the future!" some of it's still pretty fanciful..... nats "he's on a hoverboard!" but real life engineers are trying to get us closer. and while deloreans have not yet taken to the skies... a self driving delorean, modified by engineers at stanford, can take riders for a spin. this morning, kids at this icago area high school got an up close glimpse of one of the deloreans used in the films. (sot james cosentino / "back to the future" fan :39-43) "it's all about the car. what kid hasn't wanted to travel through time in the delorean?" for james cosentino of lancaster, pennsylvania, the next best thing was collecting "back to the future" memorabilia. (sot james cosentino / "back to the future" fan :48-5252 "when you think about those movies, you can't help but smile because they're just fun." and while some of the film's foresight.... nats "cubs win the world series" may have to wait
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nats "a strike three called" given the past few nights... mos sot "i hate to say it, maybe next year" some of it was inevitable. (sot michaha j. fox / actor 1:12-1:18) "one prediction that back to the future 2 got right was that marty mcfly would have a receding hairline." but a movie series that was all about time... enjoys a popularity that's timeless. mark barger, nbc news. >> this saturday is the morningside vs. iar cliff football game and before the game will be a tailgate honoring law enforcement officers in the tri-state region. here to tell us more is sioux city mayor bob scott. >> bob, where did the idea for a "tailgate" to honor law enforcement come from? >> the "tailgate" is this saturday, right before the morningside - briar cliff football game, at olsen stadium in the west parking lot... that cuts down on parking for fans... the city will run a shuttle bus,
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too. >> don't forget about the pre-game meal... >> and, you can get a break on game tickets if you come to the tailgate, too...
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still to come on live at five.... believe it or not... halloween is just over a week away. so what are some of the more popular costumes this year? we'll show you... next.
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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. but with american-made ean energy, we can save money on electricity and spur innovation to create new businesses and jobs. it all starts with 50% clean energy by 2030.
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what he wanted to be for halloween... but, if your kids are still searching for the
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right costume, we can offer some help. ktiv's tommie clark visited some little shoppers and found out what the popular costumes are this halloween.
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and says there are trends every year that change with theheig movie themem. "the most popular costumes t ts year has been the batman costume, minions have been a very popular one as well, and the descendants, which are hard to find these days," said sioux city party city general manager, dona mckillop. while trick-or-treating is fun, parents say it's also important to share with your kids how to stay safe by carrying a flash light, wearing costumes with ls of color, and always staying in contact with your kids. "stay next to your mom and you always have your phone," said 12-year-old trick-or-treater, bailey bleil. but the kids only have one thing on their minds... "you get lots of candy," said 6-year- old trick-or-treater, brylee bleil. "the candy. you get it for free," said 8- year-old trick-or-treater, lilyanna koogh. "candy pretty much," said 12-y-yr- old trick-or-t-tater, bailey bleil. "you get tons and tons and tons of candy," said 8-year-old trick-or- treater, samantha koogh. while parents say their favorite part is seeing their kids happy and having a good time. "it's fun to see them thank people for what they're getting and also to get dressed up. get some make-up on, have fun and then go out together as a family," said lawton-bronson parent, carla bleil. "i think the most fun part of the job is seeing the kids all excited and nding them the costume that they wananto be and getting them all ready," said sioux city
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party city general manager, dona mckillop. mckillop says overall, frozen and the descendants have been the two most popular costume choices for kids this year. tommie clark...ktiv news 4. >> here are somomsafety tips, from police, to make sure you trick-or-treat safely. make sure your yard is clear of ladders, hoses, and pet leashes. halloween costumes should be made of fire retardant material, and the eye holes should be large enough for good vision. if your older children are going alone, plan and rereew the route they'll take. only go to homes with a porch light on... and never enter a home or car for a treat. it was a bit cooler outside today and looks like the trend may continue, with a chance of some showers. ron's full forecast is coming up after the break. chief meteorologis t ron demers
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the forecast. after two straight days of 79 degree highs in sioux city, today was certainly cooler yet still above average for this time of year as we made it into the mid 60s. we also saw a few more c cuds today and that gave the oux gateway airportt .01" of rain, the first measurable rain so far in october. we could see an isolated shower again tonight but our better chances arrive from late thursday into thursday night and friday. that system should move out by the weekend leaving us with partly cloudy skies and highs in the 60s. more showers could come our way by tuesday of next
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following months of speculation,
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announced its ad-free subscription service. it's called youtube red... and will launch next wednesday, october 28th... for $9.99 a month. the service will allow subsbsibers to save videosos to watch offline, to play videos in the background of their phone or tablet, and will include exclusive access to new, original shows and movies from some of youtube's
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new youtube music app.. and subscribers will get access to google play music, which also costs $9.99 per month. when we e me back....kids have been back to school for a few months now... so is it too early to think about next year's
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kids have been back to school for about two months now, but it's never too soon to start thinking about next year. never is that more appropriate than for families, who pay tuition to send t tir kids to school.
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a locafoundation is helping some of those parents chose between public and the cost of private school. tonight, i joined by janet flanagan and lisa niebuhr... to talk about the monsignor lafferty tuition foundation. >> the foundation got its start in 2006... how many students does it impact? >> who can buy tax credits through the monsignor r fferty tuition foundation? >> do donors have to be catholic to give to the lafferty foundation? how do people donate? how do people donate? we'll be right back after
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we need to disrupt the old order in washington, dc. we can do a lot better by applying conservative principles 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 leadadship to fix a few big things... so that this country takes off and soars where people can dream the biggest possible dreams...
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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. but with american-made clean energy, we can save money on electricity and spur innovation to create new businesses and jobob it all starts with 50% clean energy by 2030.
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major political news tonight. biden won't run. the vice president finally ends the drama and sends a message to hillary clinton. what it means for her path to the presidency. with the high stakes benghazi hearing now hours away. a shocking road rage attack. a 4-year-old girl shot dead w wle riding with her family. what happened on the stretch of highway. what witnesses saw as police hunt for a killer. the cia chief's e-mails stolen by a high school hacker and now skpoized to the world, including what he told the president privately about iran. and balancing act. for the man being pressed to take one of the most powerful jobs in america. he said it has to clude time for his kids. sparking a conversation about fathers and family.
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