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we have a chilly night ahead and (matt) here to tell us more is chief meteorologis t ron demers with the first look at our forecast. weather ad-lib after a cloudy start to our day, we got to see more and more although temperatures didn't respond very well as highs hovered around 50. we'll b b a a ttle warmer tomorrow despite the fact that clouds will be increasing. in fact, those clouds could cause some rain showers by late in the day and good chances of rain will be with us friday night. south dakota state auditor says
state's office under former secretary jason gant came up more than 43- thousand dollars short in its accounting. the auditor said in a report that he found no evidence a reconciliation that could explain the difference. gant told a local paper that he could not immediately discuss the report. current secretary of state shantel krebs requested the audit after a staff member noticed an original state flag was missing. the audit committee is scheduled to discuss the audit report on friday. governor pete ricketts says he will disclose all of his personal, out-of-state trips and is working with the nebraska state patrol to improve tracking of his security detail's overtime expenses. ricketts announced the changes in response to news that the patrol's overtime expenses have risen in recent months. that coincided with the governor's trade missions to europe and asia, promotional trips to different parts of country, and personal travel to attend chicago cubs games. ricketts says he believes many of the trips helped promote the state, and he notes that past governors have also taken
out-of-state trips for personal reasons. ricketts is preparing a new push to lower income and property taxes in next year's session. ricketts argues that the state can't compete with its peers. he says he expects a lot of discussion in the ununameral about the state's income tax, which is an issue that has taken a backseat to property tax reform. sioux city is considering whether to outlaw store saleof single cans of beer. the idea comes from a round-table discussiom last month over possible solutions to tackle public intoxication and homelessness. but some local officials have doubts about whether a local law would hold up in court because liquor sales and lilinses are regulated by the state. (matt) home base iowa is a program that helps military men and women returning from service find jobs. (sheila) and one siouxland county is working hard to receive that designation. tonight, we're joined by steve schwaller, with our news partner kuoo radio, to explain. steve? matt and sheila, progress continues as dickinson county continues working toward receiving home base iowa designation. joanne follon of the iowa lakes
corridor development corporation is spearheading the effort on behalf of the county. she says as of wednesday they needed 20 or so more businesses to come on board... "after we get the businesses signed on, after we get the incentive package, we will draft a letter to des moines and we will send the information off and hopefully receive the designation approval. our big goal here is to be the first home base iowa region in the state of iowa." the iowa lakes corridor development corporation serves a four-county area including buena vista, clay, dickinson and emmet counties. of those four counties, which ones have already received the designation? clay and emmet have already been approved for the program, while buena vista county has submitted its paperwork. a month ago, an effort got underway to get kids off the couch, and into a healthier and more active lifestyle.
society had its first sports equipment drive, this afternoon, and had great success. members of the community donated toys, and sports equipment, to help benefit groups that serve the youth of the community. those involved with the effort were surprised by the number of donations and were excited about the difference they will make. "we thought what's a way that we can active. the united way serves multiple agencies, several of them serve the youth of the community, so we thought let's reach out to them and see if said young leaders society chairman, jeff florke. "all this equipment is going to really help boost the programs that we do and really help us be able to get more kids involved, and help them learn teamwork, sportsmanship and how to live a healthy lifestyle," said boy's club chief professional officer, eldon bensen. the drive was such a big success, the young leader's society believe it will only get bigger in years to come. still to come... personal jurisdiction. two words at the heart of this question: "can you be sued in a state you don't live in?" the answer, later, in law review.
continues to suffer as the state's largest producer works to recover from last spring's outbreak of the bird flu virus. the u.s. ag department says chickens in south dakota produced 36 million eggs in september. that's down from 65 million in september 2014. there were about 1.6 million egg-laying birds in the state last month, compared to 2.6 million at the same time last year. still to come... find out why you can be sued in a state you don't live in or a state you don't do business in.
jeana goosmann, goosmann law firm. "it dictates where your business can file a lawsuit and where your business can be sued." what do people need to know about personal jurisdiction? "the internet is changing," goosmann said. "some circumstances have allowed businesses to be subject to personal jurisdiction in other states. courts are reluctant to find personal jurisdiction over businesses with minimal contacts in the forum state. modern technology and virtual offices have led courts to focus less on traditional personal jurisdiction factors." how have traditional personal jurisdiction factors changed? "traditional personal jurisdiction factors are things like ownership of land in the forum state or a physical presence in the forum state," goosmann said. "in today's age, the focus has become more on "fundamental fairness."
what is a forum state? "a forum state is the state where the lawsuit was filed," goosmann said. what does all of this mean to businesses? "businesses need to be careful about what they say on their website, where your staff and employees work (virtual or not), to whom you send or receive calls, where you wire money and where you send text messages and emails," goosmann said. "all these things can increase the chances of your business being hauled to an out- of-state courthouse." if a business doesn't have a location, employees, or money in a state, can they still be sued in that state? "yes, for example, even if you have never been to arizona, never owned any land in arizona, and never had any employees stationed in arizona, it does not necessarily mean you can avoid being sued there," goosmann said. how can a company avoid a lawsuit in another state their business isn't active in? "talk to an attorney today about personal jurisdiction and ways to avoid a lawsuit out of state," goosmann said. "there are many factors that an attorney can help walk you through so your business doesn't end up in another state's courthouse." >> brad's here -- the football
started in nebraska with class d, first round games. in 8-man action, randolph went 6-2 in the regular season, good enough to earn a home game. the cardinals hosting 5-3 johnson-brock, nice day and good start for the cardinals - they led 24-0 in the first. second quarter - it's 24-14 randolph - drew loberg buffs that lead back up with a 50-yard touchdown run. it's 30-14 and right before the half - loberg makes a hard cut to go back upfield for a another score - johnson-brock hung around - third quarter - this fake punt and throw is going to be tipped into william speckmann's hands 38-26 now. but the cardinals stay composed - mason stubbs from 10-yards out nice spin move to score. randolph handles johnson-brock 76-33.
other finals this afternoon, emerson-hubbard falls to top-ranked falls city, sacred heart 52-18. the pirates were up 18-16 at the half, but were outscored 36-zip in the second half. lyons-decatur trals against #8 lawrence-nelson 38-14 late in the fourth. we'll have all the results from nebraska at ten, as well as highlights from creighton. round one of the iowa football playoffs is in the books. there are 16 teams left in each class and the pairings are out for round two on monday. in class 3a, sgt. bluff- luton gets another home game against carroll, the same team than knocked sbl out of the playoffs last season. after beating bishop heelan, boyden-hull, rock valley travels to webster city. in 2a, spirit lake will host estherville, lincoln central. central lyon, george-little rock will visit east sac county, in wall lake. in class 1a, hinton goes to underwood in a top-ten battle. western chrisitan is home against pocahontas area. ridge view goes to lake city to play south central calhoun. to class a, akron- westfield travels to lo-ma. lawton-bronson goes to west sioux. in 8-man, m-m-c is home
against ar-we-va. graettinger terril, ruthven, ayrshire goes to newell-fonda -- both teams are ranked. west bend-mallard visits janesville. see another playoff edition of sports fource extra on monday. it won't count in the standings, but the hawkeye men's basketball team opens their season tonight. iowa hosts sioux falls in an exhibition game. it's the start of the senior season for the "sioux crew", mike gesell and adam woodbury. they are two of the four starters back from last year's 22 and 12 team that won a game in the ncaa tournament. gesell should go over the 1-thousand point mark, and the 500 assist mark this season. the south sioux grad wants to finish on a high note. "i'm really excited to get this season started," said gesell. "we've been beating each other up in practice so it's nice to finally go against another opponent. we're ready to get this season going. we've got a lot of returners, a lot of experience so we got great chemistry." game time is 7 o'clock. iowa's regular season opener is
november 13th. iowa state senior georges niang has been named preseason first-team all-american, by sports illustrated. niang averaged over 15 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists last season. niang enters his final season as a cyclone with over 15-hundred career points, which is fifth among active division i players. he is the only player nationally with 1,500 points, 450 rebounds and
and reduce her risk of the disease coming back. and, the other medical obstable she faced head on. if you didn't already know, today is national cat day. and some members of our news team wanted to take some time to appreciate their furry felines. this is our producer morgan's 1-year-old cat, bellatrix. if you're a harry potter fan, you might recognize that name. and this is nala, our producer melissa's 1- year-old cat, who's named after a character in the lion king. and finally, this is our production assistant kayla's 4-year-old cat, isis...who wasn't a big fan of that sweater she's wearing. tonight: mostly clear. low: 30 wind:
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