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she's in the newsroom with details on how that accident happened. tiffany? matt and sheila, when i arrived the scene it was shocking. a stolen car was completely flipped over and crushed sioux city police say the stolen car was speeding down the street, and smashed the front passenger side of an suv that was backing out of a driveway. the force of the impact spun the suv around... and it ended up facing away from the point of impact. the stolen vehicle and hit a tree. police can't confirm if it flipped over before or after the impact. "we did have witnesses who saw the vehicle travel up over the hill, went as far to say they thought it actually caught air, was airborn coming over the hill," "it was traveling that fast." sioux city fire rescue and sioux city police used the jaws of life to remove at least one of the two people from the stolen vehicle. they were taken to mercy medical center with life threatening injuries, police say. sergeant scott hatting says they are still trying to identify them but have said they
male and female in their 20s. he says they have not ruled any suspects at this point in relation to the stolen car. i spoke with maria garcia, she is the woman whose car was struck during the accident. she says her one year old son who was in the vehicle with her is fine. she is pregnant and told me she was going to the hospital after experiencing pains. tiffany, does this stolen vehicle have anything to do with the rash of car thefts in sioux city recently? (tiffany) police say they don't believe they are related at this time. matt and sheila? (matt) a gas line break created a potentially dangerous situation on a major sioux city street, this morning. (sheila) construction crews were working on the road when they hit a 2-inch gas line. sioux city fire rescue say there was some gas flowing around 4th and chambers. the area was blocked off for almost an hour. buildings in the area were cleared as a precaution. midamerican energy shut the line down, and worked through the afternoon to fix it. "as far as gas leaks we generally have at least once a month or every other month somebody hits a gas
line so it's not common for us, experienced in and we deal with quite a bit," said sioux city fire rescue lieutenant, frank fulton. investigators say there were no injuries. an update, now, to a story we firast brought you last night at ten. after more than ten years of proposals to build the keystone xl pipeline, transcanada wants to temporarily halt its efforts to build the nearly 12- hundred mile structure. in a letter to the state transcanada has requested that the government delay a review of the 8- billion dollar project.. citing legal challenges in nebraska over the planned route. they say that process alone could take seven months to a year to be resolved. president obama still has the ability to kill the project.. and could plan to make a decision before leaving office.. sound josh earnest - white house spokesman 1:08-1:19 "the election is a year away , exactly a year so, i don't think that is a good excuse for basically spending the next year doing nothing." if the president does do something,
reject the pipeline because of environmental concerns. (matt) another warm one in the books. but how long can the nice weather stick around? (sheila) chief meteorlogist ron demers joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. the wind picked up as temps stayed up for us again today with most of our highs getting into the 70s. these winds will usher in some low level moisture into northwest iowa tonight which will provide a bit more cloud cover and perhaps some patchy fog which will keep lows in the 50s. once the clouds break up a bit tomorrow we'll see another mild and breezy day with highs in the low 70s. thanks. people in ohio are the first in
both recreational and medicinal marijuana. depending on how the vote goes today, ohio could become the the sixth state to allow marijuana use for recreational use. supporters of pot have used kids in wheelchairs and other sick children to suggest marijuana could help with pain management. opponents say the medical arguments are being used as a disguise for the passage of recreational use. clouding the issue is who will be allowed to grow and profit from marijuana. some are arguing the the way the proposed law is written, the state would be creating a monopoly that would only benefit wealthy celebrities and business people. (matt) voters in several siouxland communities are casting ballots in several city elections today. (sheila) in sioux city, mayor bob scott is running unopposed for another term. council member rhonda capron is also up for re-election. she's being challenged for her
seat by thomas venesky. polls in iowa are open until eight 'o clock tonight except for rural woodbury county. voters that are voting for the house district 5 seat will have until 9 p-m to cast their ballot. the seat was held by representative chuck soderberg, who resigned from office. the only person running for his seat is charles holz. agian, voters in pierson, correctionville, moville, lawton and climbing hill have until 9 pm tonight to vote. (sheila) there are also some ballot issues of interest. in sioux center, voters will decide whether the city should expand highway 75 to four lanes, plus a turn lane through town. city leaders are pushing for it, saying the 4-million dollar commitment would show the d-o-t they're serious about the project. there is opposition, though from people who worry about increased traffic and property that would have to be taken for the project. in crawford county they're deciding the future of a local dialysis center with a bond issue worth more than two- and-a-half million dollars.
two northwest, iowa communities are voting on a hotel/motel tax. in onawa, they're trying to decide the fate of a 7% tax hike that if approved would kick in the first of the year. in sheldon, in o'brien county they're looking at increasing their hotel and motel tax by two percent. if passed the new rate of seven percent would start on january 1st. people in larchwood, iowa in lyon county they're voting to see if they'll start a local gas utility. also, in lyon county people in lester, iowa are also deciding whether or not to add a city gas utility too. a candidate for a city council seat in ida grove who died last week was still on today's ballot. bill carnine died last wednesday, but the county auditor says it was too late to take his name off the ballot. ballots were set back in september. the 58-year-old councilman was running unopposed for the ward 2 council seat, a position he's held for 15 years. the auditor says if people vote for him, he will be elected, but the city council will then either appoint someone else or hold a special election to fill the seat. council members will make that
decision at their next meeting on november 16th. carnine was also a volunteer firefighter and army veteran. still to come on live at five.... speaking publically. the parents of a boy missing for over 20 years says they don't have the answers they need. (matt) and.... caught on camera. a plane paracuting from the sky in northwest arkansas. the full story.... after the break. jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over him. that didn't happen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...'
and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change.
for the first time since the "person of interest" was named in their son's 26-year "person of interest" was named in their son's 26-year disappearance, the parents of jacob wetterling spoke publicly. (sheila) they held a news conference at the end of their driveway, near their home in st. joseph -- wanting to bring everyone back to the place where it all began.
both were thankful, but say the family still doesn't have the answer they need. . :53 we hope and pray that one day we will have the answer to the one question we've asked forever. where is jacob? somebody knows and we're begging for those answers. thank you." patty wetterling will leave for virginia tomorrow to speak at the national center for missing and exploited children. a couple of bystanders in fayetteville, arkansas witnessed a crash landing by a small plane, and it was all caught on video this morning. it looks like an obscure object is parachuting from the sky. that object happens to be a small four-seater plane with three people on board. the plane, piloted by former walmart ceo bill simon, hit a truck during when it finally crashed. the driver was checked on the scene. none of the three people on board the plane were injured. the crash is under investigation. there are new details about a
plane that caught fire during its takeoff at a florida airport last thursday. the national transportatio n safety board says it found an issue with the plane's main fuel supply line. the couplingssembly disconnected near the left engine of the dynamic international airways plane. the aircraft was getting ready for takeoff to caracas, venezuela when it caught on fire. of the the 90 passengers onboard, one was seriously injured and 21 suffered minor injuries. police who've been looking for suicide notes at the home of the woman accused of driving into spectators at an oklahoma state university homecoming parade have seized a handwritten letter and three handwritten notes from her bible. the oklahoman newspaper reports that in a request for the search, police told a judge that adacia chambers was overheard saying she was "going home forever" just before the incident. police say chambers has admitted she was suicidal on october 24, the day of the crash that killed four parade spectators and injured dozens. a memorial service is planned for tonight in
lost. a passenger seen on video punching an uber driver in costa mesa, california has been fired from his job bell. 32-year old benjamin golden was caught on dash camera video repeatedly hitting 23-year old uber driver edward caban in the face. golden now faces misdemeanor charges of public intoxication and assault. in a statement taco bell said: "given the behavior of the individual, it is clear he can no longer work for us. we have also offered and encouraged him to seek professional help." (matt) investigators say lettuce, tomatoes and garnishes are the likely sources in the e-coli outbreak that sickened more than 30 people. (sheila) those people had eaten at chipotle restaurants last week in oregon and washington states. chipotle closed 43 restaurants in response to the outbreak. those locations remain closed while the investigation continues. investigators now say they are focusing on finding the source of the e-coli. s/dr. katrina hedberg/state health officer :11 "it's more likely that it's one of the fresh food items. those include things like lettuce, tomatoes are
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two people taken to the hospital after the stolen vehicle they were in hit a tree and flipped over on sioux city's north side. (sheila) if you're just getting home here's a quick look at today's headlines. sioux city police say the stolen red vehicle was speeding down the street and smashed the front
passenger side of a suv backing out of a driveway. authorities used the jaws of life to remove at least one of the two people from the stolen vehicle. they were taken to mercy medical center with life threatening injuries, police say. after more than ten years of proposals to construct the keystone xl pipeline, transcanada wants to temporarily halt its efforts to build the nearly 12- hundred mile structure. in a letter to the state department, transcanada has requested that the government delay a review of the 8-billion dollar project.. citing legal challenges in nebraska over the planned route. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us with the forecast. the wind picked up as temps stayed up for us again today with most of our highs getting into the 70s. these winds will usher in some low level moisture into northwest iowa tonight which will provide a bit more cloud cover and perhaps some patchy fog which will keep lows in the 50s. once the clouds break up a bit tomorrow we'll see another mild and breezy day
then we'll see some changes as showers, and maybe a thunderstorm, move in for thursday with temperatures starting to head down. even when the sun returns on friday highs are only expected to get into the low 50s. a little warmer air moves back in by late in the weekend. (sheila) a retired super bowl winning nfl player returned to his sioux city high school today. (matt) john hartly won super bowl 16 with the san
(sheila) a retired super bowl winning nfl player returned to his sioux city high school today. (matt) john hartly won super bowl 16 th the san francisco 49ers in 1982. he's a graduate of bishop heelan. that's where he spoke to students sharing advice on life experiences. and gave this golden football to the school.
it's part of an nfl program that recognizes schools that contributed to super bowl history. sports director brad pautsch will have more on harty's talk at six. (sheila) diabetes impacts more than one out of 10 of us. straight ahead in centsable health: we straighten out some myths when it comes to what to eat when faced with the disease.
if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but the republicans... they want to go back to letting the super wealthy call the shots. they don't stand up for equal pay for women. they don't support paid family leave. they don't even really support refinancing student debt. we've got to get this economy working for the vast majority of americans, not just for those at the top.
misconceptions when it comes to the disease. and, to clear things up we have fareway foods registered dietitian whitney packebush. good to see you whitney. whitney: thanks, sheila. good to see you too sheila. today, we're going to clear up three myths on what you should or should not eat if you have type i or type ii diabetes. the american diabetes association actually has 10 myths on their website, but i just picked 3. the ones that are the most misconceptions from what i heard about diabetes. they are also the easiest to clear up as well. my food doesn't represent everything the best. these are the foods that i think will work as well. the first myth is that people with diabetes have to follow a very special diet or buy special products specifically for people with diabetes. the overall recommended diet for someone with diabetes is the same as the rest for us. full of non-starchy vegetables, whole grains, lean meat and things like that. things to keep in mind with diabetes is our second myth: and that has to deal with carbohydrates. so, carbohydrates are what affects your insulin. that is the issue with
type 2. sometimes people with diabetes especially when they're just diagnoses think they can't have grains or other starchy foods. so, i have things while oatmeal, whole wheat pasta or bread and sweet potatoes. they think they can't eat those at all. but, it's really important for people to keep eating their carbohydrates. what you really want to do is monitor and count your carbohydrates. that way you keep your blood sugar consistent throughout the day. because these starchy foods are doing to raise your blood sugar so you probably don't want to eat a ton of these on an empty stomach and then don't eat for a little while. so, you can still choose these product just make sure you are getting the whole grain or whole wheat varieties. that's just what we recommend for everyone. sheila: is there a certain gram level you want to focus on? or, just
does it vary person to person? whitney: no, it just varies person to person. i am not in a position to give out medical advice. person to person you should know your carb level you need throughout the day. sheila: and, stay away from the bad sugars. whitney: yes, they will make your blood sugar spike really high. and, again these myths are what we kind of say for everyone when it comes to advice. sheila: and, there's one final one. whitney: the last one is fruit and low fat milk and yogurt are healthy i can eat as much as i want. while they are healthy and should be part of some healthy life style these also raise your blood sugar. these just make sure you are watching your portions and if your counting just make sure your adjusting your insulin appropriately. just keep in mind it's more than your pical grains and starches that raise your blood sugar. you can keep these things in but just be counting them appropriately and working with your health care provider to work out your specific needs. sheila: that's the big things for sure. of course you have 10 total myths that we'll link on our website if you go to ktiv.com and go to our webpage
friday night.... (matt) now, friends and family are coming together after the loss of a child. we'll show how you can help... at six. (sheila) and... we introduced you to a local hero last month. tomorrow there's a groundbreaking for a home in sioux city for todd landen. ktiv's tiffany lane has the story on how the changes will help make his life a little easier. (matt) and... "play if forward" that's the message one siouxland school is using to keep music education alive. let's check in one more time with ron. tonight: increasing clouds with fog possible. low: 55 wind: s 10-20 mph tomorrow: breezy with some clearing.