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sioux city police continue to investigate a shooting that sent two people to the hospital friday night. the couple involved in the late night shooting have a history of domestic disputes. ktiv's tiffany lane has the details.
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contact order against broady, so their hearings will be separate.>> this isn't the first criminal case involving johnson and broady in a domestic dispute. on september 29th of this year, authorities say johnson punched broady in the face during a verbal argument inside a store at the southern hills mall in sioux city. johnson was charged with domestic abuse-assault. he has a pretrial conference scheduled for november 20th. broady was also convicted for felony forgery in wisconsin twice in 2005. the suspect accused of running over several people during oklahoma state university's homecoming parade made her first court appearance yesterday. adacia chambers appeared in court on a video monitor, but her family and friends were present. a judge set chambers' bond at 1 million dollars. her attorney told reporters chambers spent time in a mental hospital. he described what that time was like for her. s/tony/coleman/attorney
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visited her she was foaming at the mouth, her arms were extended out. his exact words were she was in a zombie-like state" according to chambers' father, doctors at the mental hospital changed her prescription and her father said she returned to normal. a judge has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of a teenage student charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a south dakota high school principal. sixteen-year-old mason buhl is charged as an adult on one count each of attempted murder and the commission of a felony while armed with a firearm. buhl is accused of confronting harrisburg high school principal kevin lein with a handgun in his office back on september 30th, and firing a single shot with a handgun. attorneys for the man accused in a string of shootings along interstate ten in phoenix -- say their client has an alibi for some of the shootings. 21-year-old leslie allen merritt appeared in court monday afternoon. his lawyers are pushing to have his million-dollar bond lowered -- or to have merritt released from jail outright.
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they told the trial judge they have evidence showing their client was at his home with his family at the time of one shooting. (ulises ferragut/defense attorney) "there is cell site information that corraborates that mr. merritt was not at these alleged locations at this time and date and there are phone records that collaborate these witnesses' information." merritt's attorneys asked for an evidentiary hearing to present the alibi and witness information. judge granville granted their motion... but also told lawyers publicly any more. governor terry branstad is creating a special division in iowa's public defender's office that will focus on wrongful convictions. the division will initially review cases that used hair analysis testimony, much of which experts say is now considered "junk science." earlier this year, the justice department and fbi announced that nearly every examiner in the fbi laboratory's microscopic
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hair comparison unit gave flawed testimony for more than 20 years. many state investigators had been trained in the same methods. in pakistan, a clean-up operation is underway today following a deadly earthquake that killed at least 200 people yesterday. the seven-point-five magnitude quake was centered deep beneath the hindu kush mountains in afghanistan's sparsely populated province, which borders pakistan, tajikistan and china, the u-s geological survey said. five people are dead and one is still missing after a whale watching tour boat sank off the coast of western canada on sunday. police divers headed back out onto the water yesterdayto twenty-seven people were on the boat when it local boats and the coast guard were able to rescue 21 people. canada's joint rescue coordination center said the quick response from nearby boats saved lives. s/ lt. comm. desmond james/ joint rescue coordination center
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spokesman :14 "we had a helicopter on scene within 30 minutes and then by the time the helicopter was there there were already coast guard assets on scene. so they were there very quickly and number people as well, vessels of opportunity, were on scene." lieutenant commander desmond james also expressed his condolences to the families of those who did not survive. a popular entry way into mexico was shutdown by a group of protesters yesterday. the bridge of americas is located in el paso, texas. mexican farmers staged the protest. they say that high taxes by the mexican government, and discount products from the u.s.a. being sold in mexico are making it hard for them to make ends meet. protesters used horses and tractors to block the bridge, and traffic trying to get into the united states was backed up for miles. officials don't know how long the protest will last. officials say there's still no sign of the wreckage of the cargo ship that vanished joaquin . the "el fargo" is presumed to have sunk near the bahamas with a navy search team is using a device called the "towed
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detect a signal from the ship's voyage data recorder. ...but the data recorder - "commonly known as a black box," - is set to run out of battery life in just four days. mystery deaths in sierra leone are spreading fear of ebola relapses, where doctors say they have seen survivors lose their lives under unclear circumstances. confirmation of relapses would prolong for a third year the struggle to defeat a virus that has killed nearly 11-thousand- 300 people and ravaged the economies of some of the world's poorest countries. guinea is the only nation in west africa that still has new confirmed cases. liberia has been declared ebola-free while sierra leone has gone 25 days without a case. but ebola survivors continue to die under mysterious circumstance s, health officials say. doctors at freetown's 34 military hospital said they had seen two ebola survivors return for treatment weeks after being discharged complaining of respiratory problems, including one this month. both later died. sierra leone's national ebola
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response center said further research on such "anomalies" is underway. the dyess air force community gathered monday morning to pay respects to one of the fallen airmen killed in a c- 130 j crash in afghanistan. a dignified transfer was held for captain jonathan "j-j" golden in abilene, texas. this type of transfer is conducted for every u-s military member who dies while serving. it's a solemn movement where a team of air force personnel carry the remains of the deceased from an aircraft to a hearse. a procession follows with security forces, the patriot guard, and family of the fallen as they leave the base to render a final salute. golden's funeral is planned for wednesday morning. plans for sioux city's new bryant elementary are moving forward. tonight, the school board approved the purchase of the eighth, and final, home in the new school's footprint. the total cost is $214,500. that includes the purchase price, plus what the school board calls "incidental
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expense", and all miscellaneous expenses. the district will begin removing the home in april. bryant elementary is slated to open in august of 2019.
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forecast next! > > thanksgiving's just a month away and, traditionally, the beginning of the holiday shopping season. but as we all know, that's another tradition
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"85 percent are actually expecting retailers to have deals in the stores before black friday." all of which explains why some brick and mortar stores are even thinking about remaining closed on black friday this year. chris clackum, nbc news. >> that was nbc's chris clackum reporting. still to come on news 4 today.... a siouxland high school held a special lunch for their local law enforcment to show their appreciation.
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if you think we can grow our economy while ignoring climate change, think again. america's most innovative companies are already moving to clean energy using existing technology to improve their bottom line. now we need a plan to help businesses and families across america to save money on electricity and create millions of new jobs. it all starts with 50% clean energy by 2030.
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> it was lunch with law enforcement for some siouxland students monday. kids at o-a-b-c-i-g wanted to say thanks to local law enforcers, so they fed them. today, ktiv's tommie clark
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"it's really nice to have that exchange for not only us to meet the students here in this district, but also for them to meet us," said iowa state patrol's trooper john farley. "it's nice to get to know them. a lot of people think like police officers oh they're for tickets and they just get a bad rap sometimes i guess. it's really nice to sit down and talk to them, they're people too," said oabcig high school junior, cole veltri. students and officers got to talk in a more relaxed atmosphere about everything from sports to what troopers do on a typical day. officers say they want students to know that no matter what, law enforcement personnel are for them. "it's that idea that there is a community service project all the time with law enforcement that we always want to be a part of our neighborhoods, our communities, and our cities," said iowa state patrol's trooper john farley. trooper farley says he doesn't want there to ever be a barrier between law enforcement and the community-- including students. in ida grove, iowa...tommie clark...ktiv news 4. >> the high school's principal says he hopes to continue the lunch for years to come. it's still cool outside this morning. how warm will we get today? ben's in next with the details. plus, how one iowa high school cross country runner showed good sportsmanship to a fellow
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> > here in iowa, an act of kindness by a high school cross country runner for a rival runner came at a personal price. scott
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one said anything and no one did anything so i just jumped in and started walking beside him and i gave him a push into the finish line. he never imagined what would come next - a disqualification. (zach hougland/ helped other
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it's . time for a break. but we're back in just a moment with more news and weather for you on news-4 today. first though.. here's a look at
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ktiv-dot-com community calendar. good morning. i'm all joens sarah has the day off. coming up in this half hour of news... another poll now shows ben carson has moved into double digits over donald trump in iowa. but trump continues to downplay the significance of the latest polls. and ted cruz is also seeing a surge at the polls ahead of tomorrow night's debate. tracie potts updates us on the campaign trail in just a moment. also, some siouxland youth have the opportunity of a l letime. twenty d dferent players werere chosen to represent the u-s in two international tournaments next summer. and in healthbeat four, police have a new warning for parents when it comes to their kids' halloween candy. it's another cool morning in siouxland. ben's out on the patio checking things out. ben, how is it ffling out there?
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it'll be another cloudy day across the area which will result in cooler temperatures with many topping out in the 50s this afternoon. a few showers will also come into play during the 2nd half of the day mainly over northwest iowa. see graphics. >> this morning we're taking a look at what's working for
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this morning we're taking a look at what's working for ben carson. his numbers are soaring ahead of tomorrow night's debate in denver. tracie potts is in washington with reaction from donald trump.
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poll. it was small polls." ted cruz is also seeing a surge ahead of tomorrow's debate. he's at 10 percent and just picked up two key endorsements . (sot: ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate :44- :48) "we're seeing conservatives united behind this campaign." jeb bush is trying to figure out what went wrong. he's slashig expenses... meeting with donors... and refocusing his campaign on fixing washington - and national security. a separate associated press poll finds bush is the most popular candidate among latinos. while nearly three out of four have a negative view of donald trump. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. >> tonight, republican presidential candidate donald trurup will spee at sioux city's west high school.. but, the billionaire businessman's visit to siouxland is drawing protest. members of the group "dream iowa" spoke at las night's school board meeting, trying to persuade the district cancel trump's visit. they call trump a bully, citing his statements about illegal immigrants. the group has gotten more than 12-hundred signatures in on online petition. school board memberersay they understandnd the concerns, but school facilities are available to the public. it's not up to the dtrict to decide which candidates can use them and which cannot. group members say they actually fear for the safety of students.
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effects at the school where we're already hearing racist commmmts in the hallways. after the e ent we're worried that cause harm to the students," said "ismael valadez, dream iowa. superintendent dr. paul gausman says the district is strictly following code. school board policy says that school facilities are community resources, and available to the public after school hours. would rent it to anyone else. just like we rented it to john kerry in 2004, to now president obama in 2007 and 2008 and sarah pallin during the last election cycle was at this same school." more than 1,000 people have indicated on facebook that they'll take part in a silent protest outside west high. since, this is a community and not school event, the district won't be policing it. however, because it's a high-profile event, there will be extra local law enforcement to ensure safety. trump's campaign is paying for all that, totaling near $3,000. president obama returns to his
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hometown of chicago today to speak at the internatioiol association of chiefs of police. with the president, on this trip is attorney general loretta attend two democratic party night in chicago. the university of mississippi has removed the state flag from its oxford campus because thehelag contains the confederate battle emblem which many see as offensive. the move came less than one week after the university senate voted to call for the removal of the flag. pressure to take the flag down massacre of nine black a church in charleston, south carolina. the flag will be sent to the univererty's archives. three e spects remain at-large louis after they knocked over a nun while shoplifting. surveillance video captured two of the suspects running out of a st. louis, missouri mall last week with almost three- thousand dollars in merchandise. the male suspect plowed into an 87-year-old nun on his way out
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e door. the woman suffered n n-life threatening injuries. a new siouxland youtsoccer team will represent the united states next summer in two international tournaments. officials from the b-s-x soccer academy, the diablos soccer team and the norm waitt sr. ymca made the announcement monday. the team is made up of 20 ayers from north, east, south sioux and bishop heelan high schools. the team will be coached by the b-s-x soccer academy director who has international playing experience and sees the value in the opportunity for his players. "from my own experience, it will change your life," said head coach, carlos saenz. "you get to see different cultures, meet different people, see different styles o o socccc, so in any way, it's a dreat experience." the team will play in the gothia july. they will then travel to denmark to play in the dana cup. team captain henry deleon is excited and honored to have been chosen to represent his community. "it's a great opportunity ones in our area to be able to
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go, and to be chosen feels really good," said deleon. the grouwill immediately begin raising funds needed for the trip, which will require about 80 thousand dollars for the 15-day experience. halloween isisust around the corner, and with that comes lots of candy. police have a new warning for parents when it comes to their kids' halloween candy. that's next in healthbeat 4.
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it's warning parents have heard for years: keep an eye on your child's halloween candy. but.. this year... police say there's a new trend to be on the look-out for... and it could trick you, too. abbey niezgoda explains.
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about partiers than trick or treaters. (sot: dr. michele petrucelli, emergency physician) "maybe they're going to a group party and theres a bowl of something that appears to be candy someone reaches in somebody else thinks its funny to put onener two pills in there and that c c really be a problem." police put out these tips. telling children to be cautious when it comes to their candy. (sot: mos) "i take the candy and i don't eat it until i get home so my dad and mom can check it" and if they come home with something like this... and you're in doubt... your best bet... is to throw it out. (sot: mos) "it is tough and that's a great picture to show exactly that" just one of those candy pills would cost about 10 dollars. so while it's rare that ittould popo up in your child's trick or treat bag... police do want you to bbaware. >> that was abbey niezgoda reporting. just one of those candy pills would cost about 10 dollars. so while it's rare that it would pop up in your child's trick or treat bag... police do want you to be aware. your farm markets are coming up next. and d e company is closing their doors on black friday and sending their employees outside
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> the nebraska farm bureau is advising farmers in the state to make sure they understand the rules governing grain sales and storage because some of them have changed. some recent changes in state law could affect farmers when a grain elevator fails. to collect from a grain dealers security payment, farmers now have to demand payment from a buyer within 15 days after the last shipment in a contract and cash a check within 15 days. previously, it was 30 days. the farm bureau says the shorter deadlines should help speed up resolution of grain elevator insolvencies, but farmers need to protect their rights. farmers can expect fewer problems shipping their crops this year because railroads have made improvements and the market may encourage more farmers to store their grain initially. railroads have upgraded their networks since the problems of the last couple years. also, low oil prices have slowed the growth of hydraulic fracturing mining, which ships oil and
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mining materials by rail, so there's less competition for rail cars. the low grain prices may also prompt more farmers to hold onto their harvests in hopes of better prices in the future. > the federal reserve will meet
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wednesday, but few investors expect an increase in rates this year because the strength of the global economy remains uncertain. the dow jones industrial average rose 157 points to 17,646. the nasdaq composite rose 111 points to 5,031 and the s&p index climbed 22 points to 2,075. a world health organization group says bacon, sausage and other processed meats cause cancer -- and red meat probably does too past research has suggested a possible link between meats and cancer ... but the w-h-o panel says there's strong evidence that processed meats cause colorectal and stomach
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cancer. it also states red meats - including beef, lamb, and pork -- increase the risk of colorectal, pancreatic and prostate cancers. however, the panel's decision -- which is expected to face opposition from the beef industry -- was not unanimous. a nissan recall for possible fuel leaks in crashes has been expanded to include nearly 59- thousand vehicles worldwide. the recall now covers certain 2013 to 2016 altimas and some 2016 maximas, as well as, some 2014 to 2016 teana sedans made in russia. all of the vehicles have v-6 engines. according to documents posted by u-s safety regulators, in the event of a crash, fuel could leak from a seal between the gas tank and the fuel sending unit... and cause a fire. dealers will install a maintainer ring to help maintain a proper seal. outdoor retailer r-e-i announced it will close its doors on black friday... and pay its employees to take the day off and get outside.
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r-e-i's c-e-o says all 143 r-e-i retail stores, its headquarters and two distribution centers will be closed on black friday. instead, all twelve- thousand employees will be paid to do what they love most and that's to get outside. r-e-i is also inviting the nation to join in by choosing to opt outside to reconnect with family and friends this thanksgiving holiday. swiping your debit card and remembering and entering your passcode at the a-t-m could soon be a thing of the past. citigroup is reportedly testing technology with automated teller machine maker diebold that would allow customers to withdraw their money with a scan of their eyeball... or a code on a smartphone instead of a card swipe. other big banks looking for more secure ways for consumers to access their cash, including bank of america, have recently started internally testing their own cardless a-t-m technologies. starbucks is scaring up its menu this halloween with a vampire- inspired drink. it's called the frappula
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frappucino. the spooky blended beverage layers white chocolate sauce, milk and ice between mocha sauce and whipped cream... and a drizzle of raspberry syrup gives it a ghoulish finish. it'll be available in starbucks stores in the u-s beginning on wednesday and ending on halloween. ben's back with a look at your forecast and we'll run down today's top news stories in siouxland. and in today's hollywood minute... adele is headed back to snl... and khloe kardashian is going back to work after a two-week break to be with lamar odom.
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northwest iowa. those should move out later this evening as temperatures bottom out near 40 degrees, and that's just the beginning of the cold that's set to move in. strong northwest winds will develop early wednesday morning and bring with it some near-50 degree high temperatures and could gust we'll continue to see these temperatures the rest of the work week before an isolated shower or two on friday, but halloween weekend still looks near 60 degrees. see graphics. >> > here's a look at our morning headlines in siouxland this tuesday. members of the group "dream iowa" petition the sioux city school board to get the district to cancel donald high school. the group has gathered 12- hundred petition signatures calling trump a bully. school board members say they understand the concerns, but school the public. the republican presidential candidate is set to speak tonight at six at west high. more than one-thousand people have indicated they will stage a silent protest at the school. sioux city police continue to investigate a weekend shooting hospital. police say 35 year-old nadia brody and 23 year-old mykale johnson were fighting
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late saturday night at a home on isabella street. a handgun went off, striking johnson in the hand and another woman in the chest. their wounds and johnson both face weapons charges, plus aggravated domestic assault. they're set to appear in court on monday. the sioux city school district has struck a deal to purchase the final home needed for the new bryant school project. the district paid 214- thousand dollars for the property. it will start removing the home next april. in all, the district bought eigtht homes to make way for the new bryant elementary, which is set to open the fall of 2019. it was lunch with law enforcement for high school students in ida grove, iowa monday. o-a-b-c-i-g school invited officers from sac and ida counties to have lunch with the students. their principal says the students have been wanting to show their appreciation for law enforcement so they decided having a meal with the officers would be a great way to do that. also invited were state troopers from the cherokee and denison posts, d-c-i agents and fire marshals. they plan to make the law
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enforcement lunch a yearly thing. she hasn't graced the s- n-l stage in almost 7 years... the "i'm yours singer says, "i do".. and it's back to work for a kardashian.. mary moloney has more in today's hollywood minute.
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it's time for a break, but coming up in our third half hour of news 4 today, a woman accused of killing four people and injuring dozens more had her first court
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good morning. i'm al joens. sarah has the day off. coming up.. sioux city police continue to investigate this weekend's shooting that sent two people to the hospital. one of those people faces charges in the incident. the suspect accused of running over several people during oklahoma state university's homecoming parade makes her first court appearance.
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dollars for adacia chambers. her attorney says chambers spent time in a mental hospital. high school students invite law enforcement personnel to lunch. we'll take you to the monday in ida grove... and the sioux city school district buys the final house needed for the new bryant school project. but first, here's ben.
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sioux city police continue to investigate a shooting that sent two people to the hospital saturday night. the couple involved in the late night shooting have a history of domestic disputes. ktiv's tiffany lane has the details.
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this isn't the first criminal case involving johnson and broady in a domestic dispute. on september 29th of this year, authorities say johnson punched broady in the face during a verbal argument inside a store at the southern hills mall in sioux city. johnson was charged with domestic abuse-assault. he has a pretrial conference scheduled for november 20th. broady was also convicted for felony forgery in wisconsin twice in 2005. the suspect accused of running over several people during oklahoma state university's homecoming parade made her first court appearance yesterday. adacia chambers appeared in court on a video monitor, but her family and friends were present. a judge set chambers' bond at 1 million
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dollars. her attorney told reporters chambers spent time in a mental hospital. he described what that time was like for her. s/tony/coleman/attorney "however during a visitation when dad visited her she was foaming at the mouth, her arms were extended out. his exact words were she was in a zombie-like state" according to chambers' father, doctors at the mental hospital changed her prescription and her father said she returned to normal. a judge has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of a teenage student charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a south dakota high school principal. sixteen-year-old mason buhl is charged as an adult on one count each of attempted murder and the commission of a felony while armed with a firearm. buhl is accused of confronting harrisburg high school principal kevin lein with a handgun in his office back on september 30th, and firing a single shot with a handgun. attorneys for the man accused in
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interstate ten in phoenix -- say their client has an alibi for some of the shootings. 21-year-old leslie allen merritt appeared in court monday afternoon. his lawyers are pushing to have his million-dollar bond lowered -- or to have merritt released from jail outright. they told the trial judge they have evidence showing their client was at his home with his family at the time of one shooting. (ulises ferragut/defense attorney) "there is cell site information that corraborates that mr. merritt was not at these alleged locations at this time and date and there are phone records that collaborate these witnesses' information." merritt's attorneys asked for an evidentiary hearing to present the alibi and witness information. judge granville granted their motion... but also told lawyers not to talk about the case publicly any more. governor terry branstad is creating a special division in iowa's public defender's office that will focus on wrongful convictions. the division will initially review cases that used hair analysis testimony, much of
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which experts say is now considered "junk science." earlier this year, the justice department and fbi announced that nearly every examiner in the fbi laboratory's microscopic hair comparison unit gave flawed testimony for more than 20 years. many state investigators had been trained in the same methods. in pakistan, a clean-up operation is underway today following a deadly earthquake that killed at least 200 people yesterday. the seven-point-five magnitude quake was centered deep beneath the hindu kush mountains in afghanistan's sparsely populated badakhshan province, which borders pakistan, tajikistan and china, the u-s geological survey said. five people are dead and one is still missing after a whale watching tour boat sank off the coast of western canada on sunday. police divers headed back out onto the water yesterdayto search for the missing person. twenty-seven people were on the boat when it capsized late sunday afternoon. local boats and the coast guard
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canada's joint rescue coordination center said the quick response from nearby boats saved lives. s/ lt. comm. desmond james/ joint rescue coordination center spokesman :14 "we had a helicopter on scene within 30 minutes and then by the time the helicopter was there there were already coast guard assets on scene. so they were there very quickly and number people as well, vessels of opportunity, were on scene." james also expressed his condolences to the survive. a popular entry way into mexico was shutdown by a group of protesters yesterday. the bridge of americas is mexican farmers staged the protest. they say that high taxes by the and discount products from the u.s.a. being sold in mexico are making it hard for them to make ends meet. protesters used horses and tractors to block the bridge, and traffic trying to get into the united states was backed up for miles. officials don't know how long last. officials say there's still no
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the cargo ship that vanished this month during hurricane joaquin . the "el fargo" is presumed to have sunk near the bahamas with 33 people on board. a navy search team is using a device called the "towed pinger locator" to try and detect a signal from the ship's voyage data recorder. ...but the data recorder - "commonly known as a black box," - is set to run out of battery life in just four days. mystery deaths in sierra leone are spreading fear of ebola relapses, where doctors say they have seen survivors lose their lives under unclear circumstances. confirmation of relapses would prolong for a third year the struggle to defeat a virus that has killed nearly 11-thousand- 300 people and ravaged the economies of some of the world's poorest countries. guinea is the only nation in west africa that still has new confirmed cases. liberia has been declared ebola-free while sierra leone has gone 25 days without a case. but ebola survivors continue to die under mysterious circumstance s,
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health officials say. doctors at freetown's 34 military hospital said they had seen two ebola survivors return for treatment weeks after being discharged complaining of respiratory problems, including one this month. both later died. sierra leone's national ebola response center said further research on such "anomalies" is underway. the dyess air force community gathered monday morning to pay respects to one of the fallen airmen killed in a c- 130 j crash in afghanistan. a dignified transfer was held for captain jonathan "j-j" golden in abilene, texas. this type of transfer is conducted for every u-s military member who dies while serving. it's a solemn movement where a team of air force personnel carry the remains of the deceased from an aircraft to a hearse. a procession follows with security forces, the patriot guard, and family of the fallen as they leave the base to render a final salute. golden's funeral is planned for wednesday morning. plans for sioux city's new
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bryant elementary are moving forward. last night, the school board approved the purchase of the eighth, and final, home in the new school's footprint. the total cost is $214,500. that includes the purchase price, plus what the school board calls "incidental expense", and district will begin removing the home in april. bryant elementary 2019. still to come on news 4 today... how one iowa high school cross country runner showed good sportsmanship to a fellow competitor. and i'll have your complete
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an act of kindness by a high school cross country runner for a rival runner came at a personal price. scott reister has the story from bloomfield, iowa.
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runner) i was just devastated. the rule states no runner can help or receive aid from another runner. despite the pleas from fans and coaches, the officials held firm. (zach hougland/ helped other runner) i could see where they might think that'd be cheating in your own way, he's a human being, he was hurting really bad. the iowa high school athletic association uses its rules from a national federation. bud legg of the isaa says he can't change saturday's ruling, it was the proper call, and his hands are tied. (bud legg/ ihsaa spokesperson) there's no wiggle room that was an unfortunately occurrence, but the official... is not bigger than the wording of the rule. the team hopes the rule will be changed in the future, but that would have to come from the national federation. still that's a bitter pill to swallow for a kid just trying to do the right thing. (zach hougland/ helped other runner) i just thought it was the best thing to do and i know i wanted to be a good sport about it. (josh husted/ davis county coach) true example of sportsmanship and character and he'll always remember winning that race and doing the right thing. (scott reister/ bloomfield, ia) zach will get another chance. despite his disqualificatio n, the davis county team still barely qualified for state, coming up saturday at fort dodge. so he'll be running for a medal and his cheering just got that much bigger. (on the phone: garret hinson/ mediapolis runner) i think the
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entire team and probably all the family members will be cheering him on. hinson, who was treated and released from a hospital with dehydration, will be on hand. (on the phone: garret hinson/ mediapolis runner) he basically risked his chances at state for helping me there, he's a pretty good guy for doing that, he's amazing.>> coming up after the break... there's a major shake- up in the iowa state football program.
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iowa state head football coach dropped a bombshell to open his weekly press conference on monday. ktiv's mark freund has more in the sports fource morning wrap.
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has caused enough cracks in the there was apparenly more going on within the program than just losing games. cyclones head coach paul rhoads announced today that offensive coordinator mark mangino has left the program after just a season and a half with the team. rhoads would not say whether mangino quit or was fired - but he did say that he and mangino had not seen eye-to-eye for weeks, only citing a difference on "a few important items." the cyclones rank 83rd in the country in scoring offense, at that puts isu at 7th in the big 12. passing game coordinator todd sturdy will take over for mangino, starting this saturday against texas. weeks, and we've been trying to work that out," said head coach paul rhoads. "in the end, we couldn't come to a conclusion together, and he's decided to not accept the direction that we wanted to go." a change in coordinator also comes - with a change in quarterback - joel lanning will start saturday against texas. the sophomore entered isu's 45-27 loss to baylor after sam richardson completed just 3- of-11 passes for 12 yards and 2 picks. lanning came in and threw 3 touchdowns against the bears. "joel's performance all year has been solid," said rhoads. "but his performance in the second half, especially, was really sharp, earning him the role and the opportunity to start this game." "honestly, i'm just tring to prepare myself for texas," said lanning. "trying to get out there and get
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a w this weekend. get our team back to where it needs to be, and start winning games, really." one other change of note - chris francis is now the top kicker on the depth chart, replacing cole netten. iowa and texas kick off at 6-o-clock on saturday. for more sports, head on over to our website, ktiv.com. i'm mark freund with the sportsfource morning wrap. have a great day. >>
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still to come on news 4 today... lunch with the law. a siouxland high school invites officers in
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wednesday morning and bring with it some near-50 degree high temperatures and could gust upwards of 40 miles per hour. we'll contntnue to see these temperatures the rest of the work week before an isolated shower or two on friday, but halloween weekend still looks dry with highs bouncing back to near 60 degrees. see graphics. >> it was lunch with law
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school students in ida grove, iowa monday. the kids put on an appreciation meal for those who protect and serve. today, ktiv's tommie clark has the story.
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and understand that they're just like us just real people too," said oabcig high school principal, patrick miller. "students got to sit down with officers from all different departments at the school's first ever law enforcement appreciation meal." principal pattck miller saas the students have been wanting to show their appreciation for law forcement so they decided having a meaeawith the officers would be a great way to do that. "it's really nice to have that exchange for not only us to meet the students here in this district, but also for them to meet us," said iowa state patrol's trooper john farley. "it's nice to get to know them. a lot of people think like police officers oh they're for tickets and they just get a bad rap sometimes i guess. it's really nice to sit down and talk to them, they're people too," said oabcig high school junior, cole veltri. students and officers got to talk in a more relaxed atmosphere about everything from sports to what troopers do on a typical day. officers say they want students to know that no matter what, law enforcement personnel are for them. "it's that idea that there is a community service project all the time with law enforcement that we always want to be a part of our neighborhoods, our communities, and our cities," said iowa state patrol's trooper john farley. trooper farley says he doesn't want there to ever be a barrier between law enforcement and the community-- including students. in ida grove, iowa...tommie clark...ktiv news 4. >> the high school's principal says he hopes to
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continue the lunch for years to come. it's . time for a break. we're back with our fourth half hour of news 4 today. first though.. here's a look at some of the events on the
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good morning. i'm al joens. sarah has the day off. coming up in this half hour... another poll now shows ben carson has moved into double digits over donald trump in iowa. but trump continues to downplay the significance of the latest polls. and ted cruz is also seeing a surge at the polls ahead of tomorrow night's debate. tracie potts updates us on the campaign trail in just a moment also, some siouxland youth have the opportunity of a lifetime. twenty different players were chosen to represent the u-s in two international tournaments next summer. and a group of giant panda cubs born earlier this year have made their first public appearance. that's coming up in what's
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it's a pretty nice morning in siouxland. ben's out on the patio checking things out. how is it feeling out there, ben?
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this morning we're taking a look at what's working for ben his numbers are soaring ahead of tomorrow tracie potts is in washington with reaction from donald trump.
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their significance. (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate :34- :37) "it was one poll and a second poll. it was small polls." ted cruz is also seeing a surge ahead of tomorrow's debate. he's at 10 percent and just picked up two key endorsements . (sot: ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate :44- :48) "we're seeing conservatives united behind this campaign." jeb bush is trying to figure out what went wrong. he's slashing expenses... meeting with donors... and refocusing his campaign on fixing washington - and national security. a separate associated press poll finds bush is the most popular candidate among latinos. while nearly three out of four have a negative view of donald trump. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. >> tonight, republican presidential candidate donald trump will speak at sioux city's west high school. but, the billionaire businessman's visit to siouxland is drawing protest. members of the group "dream iowa" spoke at las night's school board meeting, trying to persuade the district cancel trump's visis. they call trump a bully, citing his statements about illegal immigrants. e group has gotten more than 12-hundreded signatures in on online petition. school board members say t ty understata
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facilities are available to the public. it's not up to the district to decide which candidates can use them and which cannot. group members say they actually fear for the safety of students. "we're already seeing negative effects at the school where we're already hearing racist comments in the hallways. after the event we're worried that this could actually increase and cause harm to the students," said "ismael valadez, dream iowa. superintendent dr. paul gausman says the district is strictly following code. school board policy says that school facilities are community resources, and available to the public after school hours. "we rent it to them just like we would rent it to anyone else. just like we rented it to john kerry in 2004, to now president obama in 2007 and 2008 and sarah pallin during the last election cycle was at this same school." more than 1,000 people have indicated on facebook that they'll take part in a silent protest outside west
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not school event, the district won't be policing it. however, because it's a high-profile event, there will be extra local law enforcement to ensure safety. trump's campaign is paying for all that, totaling near $3,000. president obama returns to his hometown of chicago today to speak at the international association of chiefs of police. with the president, on this trip is attorney general loretta lynch. mr. obama will also attend two democratic party events, and spend the night in chicago. the university of mississippi has removed the state flag from its oxford campus because the flag contains the confederate battle emblem which many see as offensive. the move came less than one week after the university s sate vovod to call for the removal of ththflag. pressure to take the flag d dn started mounting after the june massacre of nine black worshipers at a churur in charleston, south carolina. the flag will be sent to the university's archives. three suspects remain at-large in saint louis after they knocked over a nun while
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of the suspects running out of a dick's sporting goods store in a st. louis, missouri mall last week with almost three- thousand dollars in merchandise. the male suspect plowed into an 87-year-old nun on his way out the door. the woman suffered non-life threatening injuries. a new siouxland youth soccer team will represent the united states next summer in two international tournaments. officials from the b-s-x soccer academy, the diablos soccer team and the norm waitt sr. ymca made the announcement , yesterday afternoon. the team is made up of 20 players from north, east and south sioux and bishop heelan high schools. the team will be coached by the b-s-x soccer academy director who has international playing experience and sees the value in the opportunity for his players. "from my own experience, it will change your life," said head coach, carlos saenz. "you get to see different cultures, meet different people, see different styles of soccer, so in any way, it's a great experience." the team will play in the gothia
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cup in sweden in july, then travel to denmark to play in the dana cup. the team's captain says he's excited and honored to be chosen to represent his community. "it's a great opportunity because we're one of the only ones in our area to be able to go, and to be chosen feels really good," said deleon. the group will immediately begin raising funds needed for the 15-day trip, which will cost about 80 t tusand dollars. comimi up in what's trending, ththpublic debut of 18 panda cubs! anani'll have your complete
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17 births, with 23 cubs survived, bringing the panda population to a total of 218. of the 23 new-born pandas, 16 were born in the panda breeding facility, four at the hetaoping wildness adaptation base, one at the panyu zoo in south china's guangdong province, one at the malaysia national zoo and one at the washington zoo in the u-s. rickky gervais is returning as
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golden globes in j juary. plus... a baseball player has announced his retirememe after 19 big league seasons.
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if you think we can grow our economy while ignoring climate change, think again. america's most innovative companies are already moving to clean energy using existing technology to improve their bottom line.
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now we need a plan to help businesseses ananfamilies across amerera to save money on electricityty and create millions of new jobs. it all starts with 50% clean energy byby030. so, , at are we waiting for? > time for a clip from last night's tonight show
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on the show tonight it's drew barrymore, stephen moyer, and 5 seconds of summer. you can catch the tonight show with jimmy fallon right here on ktiv at 10:35 after news 4. a familiar face is coming back
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annual golden globes in january. comic actor ricky gervais will return to host the event for the fourth time. the show, which honors the year's best in tv and movies, has been hosted by tina fey and amy poehler the past 3 yeaea. but geais hosted three years before them, between -10 and 20-12. the comedian's jabs during those shows frequentnt raised eyebrows amamg some tendees.. and some members of the hollywood foreign press itself. but, gervais will get totoerve another round. the goldld globes air january y th, here on nbc. and tonight, it's game 1 of the world series. the new york mets travel to kansas city, missouri to take on the kansas city royals. the royals last won the world series in 1985 and the mets did it in 1986. game time, 7 pm. after 19 big-league seasons, five time all-star outfielder torii hunter is calling it quits. the 40-year-old minnesota twins
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retirement today yesterday, saying he didn't want to be a distraction with a going away tour. the twins right fielder spent 12 seasons in minnesota, and leaves baseball the owner of nine gold gloves, a career .277 batting average and 253 homers in his career with the twins, los angeles angels and detroit tigers. hunter was drafted by the twins in 1997 and spent his first 11 seasons in the twin cities, returning at the beginning of last season because he thought it might be
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tuesday al- actress-singer kelly osbourne is 31 ben- rock singer scott weiland (wy'-land) is 48 al- singer simon le bon is 57 ben- actor-director roberto benigni is 63 - country singer lee greenwood is 73 ben- actor-comedian john cleese >> wx timer @ :45 it'll be another cloudy day across ththarea which will result in cooler temperatures wiih many topping out in the 50s this afternoon. a few showers will also come into play during he 2nd half of the d dy mainly over northwwt iowa. thoseseshould move out later this evening as temppratures bottt out near 4 4 degreres, and that'' just the beginning f the cold that's set to move in. strong northwest winds will developparly wewenesday morning and bring with it some near-50 degree high temperrtures and could gust upwards of 400miles per hour.
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wewell continue to see these temperatures the rest t f the work week before an isolated shower or two on friday, but halloween weekend still looks dry with highs bouncing back to near 60 degrees. see graphics. >> we're starting to wrap things up on this tuesday morning. when we come back we'll recap some of our top siouxland headlines this morning. and.... a bear on the loose in a
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here's a look at our morning headlines in siouxland this tuesday. members of the group "dream iowa" petition the sioux city school board to get the district to cancel donald trump's speech tonight at west high school. the group has gathered 12- hundred petition signatures calling trump a bully. school board members say they understand the concerns, but to the public. the republican presidential candidate is set to speak tonight at six at west high. more than one-thousand people have indicated they will stage a silent protest at the school. sioux city police continue to investigate a shooting that sent two people to the hospital. police say 35 year-old nadia
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mykale johnson were fighting late friday night at a home on isabella street. a handgun went off, striking johnson in the hand and another woman in the chest. their wounds were not life-threatening. brody and johnson both face weapons charges, plus they're set to appear in court on monday. the sioux city school district has struck a deal to purchase the final home needed for the new bryant school project. the district paid 214- thousand dollars for the property. it will start removing the home next april. in all, the district bought eigtht homes to make way for the new bryant elementary, which is set to open the fall of 2019. it was lunch with law enforcement for high school students in ida grove, iowa monday. o-a-b-c-i-g school invited officers from sac and ida counties to have lunch with the students. their principal says the students have been wanting to show their appreciation for law enforcement so they decided having a meal with the officers would be a great way to do that. also invited were state troopers
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posts, d-c-i agents and fire marshals. they plan to make the law enforcement lunch a yearly thing. good morning. (v/o) the growing outrage over that disturbing video showing a high school resource officer.. from her desk. (out) (v/o) of hillary clinton in the senator bernie sanders joins u (out) (v/o) ..keeping an eye on your money. new technology.. straight out of a sci-fi movie.. that could make your a.t.m. card, obsolete. (out) those stories, and.. (v/o) carson's buddies from "the voice" -- adam levine, gwen stefani, pharrell williams and blake shelton.. stop by. (out) when we see you, here on today. >> a large black bear got a lot of attention during his jaunt through a popular park in morristown, new jersey monday. officials from the division of fish and wildlife were called in to assess the situation. they were able to tranquilize
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the bear before he dappeared or hurt anyone. he was transported to a state owned forest and released back into the wild
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good rning. unrelenting. thee remnantnt of hurririne patricia pounding a huge portion the country this morning. tens ofillions from the midwest to theeortheast under e threat of torrentntl rain and flooding. isturbing arrest. >> are you goioi to come with me, o o do i have to make you? >> a police d duty caught on camera slamming andnd dragging g student from her desk. that o oicer now being told t t stay away from schools, and nbc news has learned this is not the first time his actions with students have been called into question. no more mr. nice guy? presidential candidate bernie sanders sharpens his rhetoric in
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the democratic race. are the gloves coming off?we'll ask senator sanders in an exclusive live interview. and royal bond. members of the royal family mingle with the stars of the new james bond film. we'll take you inside the star-studded premiere today, tuesday, october 27th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today." it is a tuesday morning. >> yeah. it's nice to look across our studio and see senator bernie sanders in the house this morning, the first time we've had a chance to welcome him during this presidential campaign. we'll get a chance to talk to him in just a couple of minutes. >> the first time we've been able to say we're feeling the bern inside studio 1a. >> that's right. >> drench rain and what's left of hurricane patricia taking aim
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