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president today. thank you, but i would like to take this opportunity one last time to advocate for a chance be given to peace." chafee made his announcement at the women's forum held by the democratic national committee this morning in washington. his departure leaves three main contenders in the democratic race: hillary rodham clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley. hillary clinton also spoke at the women's leadership forum. she seemed to enjoy that more than the grilling on capitol hill at yesterday's 11-hour benghazi hillary clinton it? well, thank you all so much. i am absolutely delighted to be here. as some of you may know, i had a pretty long day yesterday." (laughs) clinton says she has "recovered her voice" after the long day of testimony. she says she tried to "rise above partisanships and reach for statesmanship " in
attacks that left four americans dead. a former i-r-s official won't face criminal charges after a congressiona l firestorm over tax- exempt applications. federal prosecutors announced their decision in a letter to congress today. an inspector general's audit said its agents had improperly singled out tea party and other conservative groups for extra scrutiny when they applied for tax- exempt status during the 20- 10 and 20-12 elections. this prompted investigations by the justice department and other congressiona l committees. at least 43 people were killed in the deadliest highway accident in france in 30-years. a truck slammed into a bus. the bus was carrying retirees on a day trip in french wine country in the southwest part of france. at least four others were injured. one person is dead after police try to stop a vehicle north of salix, iowa. according to iowa state patrol, around 7 a-m this morning, a sergeant bluff officer attempted to stop a possible intoxicated driver. the driver didn't stop and
continued down county road k45. the pickup left the roadway and rolled. the person inside was partially ejected and died at the scene. authorities are not releasing the name of the person who died. we saw something we haven't seen in a while... rain! but will it last through the weekend? chief meteorlogist ron demers joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. it was a day of rain and even some thunderstorms across siouxland as summer-like humidity suddenly returned to the area. this system will be moving out of here tonight and a cold front will cause winds to pick up as we could see gusts around 30 miles per hour during the night. we should quickly clear our skies on saturday and we'll stay dry right on through monday with highs in the low to mid 60s. thanks.
tonight, including tourists from the u-s. hotels are trying to evacuate guests. (s/ american tourist :52- 1:05) "i'm just worried because if we don't get out of here and we drove into town to get out - which is not the direction we wanted to go - so if we don't make the flight then we are riding it out here." (s/ david nolan / atmospheric sciences dept / univ of miami 1:06-1:10) "once it makes landfall there will be a substantial surge in flooding at the coast. there'll be, you know, substantial wind damage at the coast." forecasters are calling hurricane patricia a historic storm and advise people to move as far inland as possible. kurt gregory, nbc news. >> as that record- breaking hurricane looms off the southern coast... texans are preparing for significant rainfall this weekend as the powerful storm sweeps through the region. flash flood warnings have been issued through sunday across north texas... where many areas are still recovering from heavy rainfall this week. a number of roads have already localized flooding this afternoon. a water main break in new york
city sends water spewing from a construction site. a number of buildings reported flooding after a gushing water main break. the break was flooding streets on three sides of the four-way intersection. the fire department received reports of electrical issues and subways riders were told to use just the last four cars on some lines. still to come on live at five.... honoring those who protect us. how setup is coming for a game that will start with saying thank you to our law enforcement. and.... five big movies hit the box office this week. we'll have a preview in today's now
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many of us know. and, at the game, a special group of individuals will be recognized. for the first time ever, the city and chamber of commerce have organized a pre-game "tailgate" to honor law enforcers who serve and protect us every day. this morning, crews were setting up on the west side of olsen stadium, for the event mayor bob scott says will "exciting". "we're only doing it just because nationally, law enforcement's kind of been beat up lately and we just want to show our support for local law enforcement around this area," said scott. scott says it's important to recognize law enforcers, and what they do for the community... not just at the tailgate, but every day. "they go out everyday and put their lives on the line for us to keep us safe. and so i think it's important we tell them thank you and this is going to do that tomorrow hopefully." scott says law enforcers from the federal, state and local level will be there. (matt) now tiffany, what time does the tailgate start? (tiffany) it starts at 10:30, and will go
until about one o'clock... or whenever they run out of food, scott says. matt? (matt) thanks tiffany. from 10am to 4:30pm, the city transit department will provide free shuttle busses from a satellite parking lot in the transit plaza to olsen stadium. busses will run every 15 minutes. the ride is free of charge. the nfl is celebrating the 50th super bowl coming up in february. the league has given out golden footballs to every one of the 3- thousand men who have played in the big game. those players then give that ball to their high school -- and one is back in siouxland. kelly goodburn was in correctionvil le, iowa, to donate the ball to river valley high school. goodburn was a punter for the washington redskins in super bowl 26 against the bills in 1992, part of an 8 year pro career. goodburn led the former eastwood high school to a state championship in 1978. goodburn now lives in kansas city, but says it's great to be back in his hometown to relive his super bowl memories. "it's just brought a smile to my face," said goodburn. "i haven't been back here in a while and i've
good friends and teammates and schoolmates. it's just awesome. i hope it just sends a message that anything's possible, no matter where you're from or what your surrounding are. if you have a dream and want to attain that goal, you can." goodburn also played for the chiefs for four years. he'll be on hand for river valley's game tonight against ar-we-va. sure was a rainy day in siouxland... will the showers continue? ron's full forecast is coming up after the break. an online petition is asking the
t of sioux city's schools to not allow presidential candidate donald trump to speak at west high school. if you're just getting home here's a quick look at today's headlines. the move on dot org petition is calling trump a "bully" and highlights the district's "zero tolerance" policy toward bullying. dr. paul gausman says this isn't the disctrict supporting bullying in any manner, rather abiding by school board policy. it's a day before the big morningside college, briar cliff football game. for the first time ever, the city and chamber of commerce have organized a pre-game "tailgate" to honor law enforcers who serve and protect us every day. the tailgate starts at 10:30, and will go until about one o'clock or so. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us with the forecast.
thunderstorms across siouxland as summer-like humidity suddenly returned to the area. this system will be moving out of here tonight and a cold front will cause winds to pick up as we could see gusts around 30 miles per hour during the night. we should quickly clear our skies on saturday and we'll stay dry right on through monday with highs in the low to mid 60s. a few isolated showers could return by tuesday and wednesday as conditions cool down more with highs for the middle and latter part of next week only in the 50s. students at a sioux city high
today, that they can do a lot of good simply by dancing. students from the university of iowa visited bishop heelan high school, this afternoon, to spread awareness for the dance marathon. both college and high school students can take part in the dance marathon to benefit the children's miracle network. the money raised helps pediatric cancer patients. ben linden has taken part in the dance marathon. the bishop heelan grad says it's important to get high school students involved early. "by telling these kids now, we get them started. they give their part," said heelan grad and university of iowa student, ben linden. "they paid a dollar to get to wear jeans today and that one dollar, collectively from everybody, that's going to help save somebody's life." somebody like holy cross blessed sacrament center 3rd grader colton barker. colton was diagnosed with cancer in his eye at the age of 2. but, he's been cancer-free for 6 years. colton's mother, stacia, is especially grateful for sponsors like dance marathon. "dance marathon is just so special to us and i think that for it to be out there," said colton's mother, stacia barker. "whether it's locally, through our children's miracle network or the university of iowa, pay attention to it. it makes a huge difference."
if you have any questions or would like more information about getting involved with dance marathon, follow the link inside this ktiv-dot-com. send an email with your questions to info@dancema still to come on live at five.... take a "bite" of apple's legacy in the new steve jobs bio-pic... in theatres this weekend. we'll run down all of
between our world and the next" the last witch hunter is rated p-g-13. and the next installment in the "paranormal activity" series is called "the ghost dimension." in it, a family finds some old tapes and a special camera that can see ghosts. then they have to protect their daughter from those spirits. "this is no coincidence i feel she is part of a "paranormal activity - the ghost dimension" is rated-r. for now showing i'm jeremy roth. >> back to the future movie buffs will have another chance to buy a pepsi perfect. eager fans were excited when pepsi announced it would sell the soda on october 21-st, 2015. that's the same day movie character marty mcfly ordered the drink in "back to the future part two." but, a glitch caused the limited edition bottle to go on sale early, and they sold out before most people had a chance to get them. pepsi announced it will give fans another chance to order the iconic bottle on november third at nine a-m eastern time. we'll be right bacacafter
there's a holiday coming up that commemorates loved ones we have lost. tonight at 6 ktiv's tiffany lane shares what one sioux city school is doing to celebrat the day of the dead. plus... a 10-thousand dollar check was presented to one sioux city school. we'll have the details... at six. two adorable caracal kittens were introduced to their habitat home at the oregon zoo today. now six weeks old... the little serengeti predators poked around their woodland and savanna habitat. weighing about two to three stayed close to their mom-- peggy-- who caretakers say is an excellent mother. zoo keepers have given the kittens sanskrit names-- calling the male nandi and female nisha let's check in one more time with ron.
urgent warnings and evacuations in mexico. entire cities could be wiped off the map. al rokers here. hillary clinton's first interview since beng and a downturn four jeb bush, trailing in the polls and making major cuts. is his campaign in crisis. >> our investigation into artificial turf made up from groundup tires. kids play on it every day after the epa refuses to answer our questions now congress is demanding answers. and the package pile-up thanks to the explosion of online shopping, a delivery dilemma. where do you put it all? "nightly news" begins right now. good evening. right now millions are bracing for a hurricane the likes of which we've never seen. it is called patricia. it is a strongest hurricane ever