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in the mid 20s. tomorrow will still be coolish in the low 50s but warmer temps return for the weekend as we could get into the low 60s. thanks. (matt) sioux city police are looking for a man they say robbed a convenience store with a gun early this morning. (sheila) police say they received a call just before 4:30 about an armrm robbery at the kum and go at 14th a a pierce street. this afternoon they released video of the suspect they say got away with cash. they're looking for a native american or hispanic man in his 20s, about 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing about 160 pounds.
he wore a grey hoodie and a flat-billed hat, possibly with a jacksonville jaguars logo on it. anyone with information is asked to contact crime stoppers at 712-258-tips. months of tension over the potential construction of the bakken pipeline across iowa came to a head at a public hearing in boone today. 2:13 this pipe line is a very, very bad deal. it offers very little to no benefits to iowans. :03 "it's goininto be hundreds of mimiions dollars worth h wages de and about 50 million in income tax to the state of iowa." people both for and against voiced their opinions today during a public hearing. dozens crammed into a buildling at the boone county fairgrounds to speak to the iowa utilities board. some noted a large portion of people who support the project are from outside iowa. the utilities board is overseeing an application to build 1,100-mile pipeline from north dakota through south dakota, iowa and illinois. just two days after the fourth
gop debate p psidential candidate carly fiorina stopped in siouxland. she held a town hall meeting in onawa, iowa with the theme of returning to a citizen government. fiorina spoke to community members about how a republican winning the white house isn't enough. "this government, under republicans and democrats alike has gotten so big, so powerful, so complicated, so inept honestly, so corrupt," said fiorina. fiorina calls for a three- page tax code compared to fiorina calls for a three- page tax code compared to the currently one that's thousands of pages long. tonight, on newsws at 10: ktiv's tiffany lane shares why fiorina believes polls aren't what win an election. (sheila) in the gop race for the white house, a lot of attention is shifting to marco rubio. (matt) some are saying rubio's stand on immigration is far different than front runner donald trump's steve handelsman has the story from washington
44 year old marco rubio win the nomination? (sot adolfo franco / gop strategist :08-:11) "he's youthful - so i think younger americans will identify with him." but rubio was in south carolina today... on a touchy subject ... immigration. (sot sen. marco rubio / (r) presidential candidate :17-:27) "criminals will be deported. people that have not been here long enough will have to be deported. we will enforce our immigration laws. that being said, i don't think it's reasonable to say that you're going to round up and deport 11 million people, i've said that." frontrunner donald trump is saying the opposite (sot donald trump / (r) presidential candidate / oct. 7th :30-:32) "they're going back - they're going back - whooo they're going back." (super already on screen in upper corner ---- june 2013 ----------:33-:38) just two years ago, rubio supported president obama's plan to let millions stay (super: concord, nh :39-:44) today, as ted cruz registered for the new
hampshire primary... he called what rubio now wants: amnesty (sot sen. ted cruz / (r) presidential candidate :45- :52) "and if the republican party nominates a candidate who supports amnesty, along with the general election." meanwhile ben carson got hit with new questions. associated press reporting: carson is a business partner of al costa, a pittsburgh dentist convicted of insurance fraud but not for him. ( graphic - take full -------------in/out -------1:05-1:12) carson statement on al costa "i ... will continue to stand by him. at is what real friends do." i ... will continue to stand by him. said carson in a statement that is what real friends do." a frontrunner... in the spotlight along with a strong challenger audio outcue: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. >> (matt) it's the first day of semi- final play in the iowa high school football playoffs. (sheila) three siouxland teams are playing in cedar falls. sportsfource is on the road at the uni-dome. that's where we find ktiv's mark freund. we're about 30 minutes away from the class 3a semfinals, where sgt. bluff-luton will play norwalk. the teams are very evenly matched -- both coming in with 11 and 1 records. sbl is ranked 8th, while norwalk is ranked seventh and they both share the nickname "warriors". this is the first-ever game in the uni-dome for sbl, but they think they'll be ready. "i thought last week and the last two weeks we were playing good football teams and i thought the
guys were pretty relaxed and just went out and played hard," said sbl head coach justin smith. "i always tell them, the pressure's on me. you guys just go have fun, let me deal with it." "it's been a dream of ours for a long time to play in the dome," said senior drew girres. "we don't play on turf very often. it's not going to be a huge difference for us we don't think. it will be obviously a different atmosphere. we're just looking forward to going into it and we're not going to change anything. everything's just the same for us." again, sbl and norwalk play at 5-30. earlier today in the 8-man semifinals, m-m-c won 35-21. newell-fonda lost 30 to 7. we'll have highlights and interviews from both of those games at 6. reporting live from the uni-dome in cedar falls, mark freund, ktiv sports fource. (matt) the semfinals going on at the
state volleyball tournament in cedar rapids. bishop heelan lost to harlan 3 to 1, in class 4a. western christian leads west branch, 2- nothing in the 2a match, right now. central lyon takes on sidney at 6 o'clock in class 1a. we'll have highlights and scores from the iowa and nebraska tournaments, at six. (sheila) and, next year marcus- meriden-cleghorn won't be known as the eagles. they're joining forces with remsen-union for a whole-grade sharing agreement.. and they'll be known as the royals. still to come on live at five.... making online threats. that's what one missouri student is accused of. and the threats resembled that of another shooting. the details...next. and.... caught on camera. a woman tries to steal a dog form a pet store. the full
threats against black students and faculty at the university of missouri admits that some of the postings mimicked those that were linked to a deadly shooting rampage in oregon last month. (sheila) prosecutors have charged hunter park with making a terroristic threat. a university police officer says park admitted to writing ththpostings when confronted in his dorm room at a college in rolla, missouri. a second person, a student at northwest missouri state university in maryville, is accused of posting a similar threat. (shiela) the university of missouri has named a system interim president. the board of curators appointed mike middleton to replace tim wolfe. today's appointment comes three days after wolfe and mizzou's chancellor resigned under pressure following weeks of unrest over the administration's response to racial incidents. a woman steals an expensive pooch in ororndo - and it's caught on tape!
watch this security video, you can see two women walking ararnd the store ... and th one woman reaches in and steals a 1300 dollar yorkie. now watch as she tries to put the pup in her bag, it won't go in ... so she just walks out the door with the dog. americans have been buying more gold the world gold council says u-s demand for gold bars and coins jumped more than 200-percent in the third-quarter of this year. the group says such a surge has not been seen since the 2008 financial crisis. the u-s mint says sales of goldld eagle coins surged to the higigst level in more thananive years. youtube launched a w, stand-alone app devoted to music today. it's called youtube music and it spotlights the massive youtube music library... from music videos and album cuts to late night t-v performances and live musical events. it's also free... or $9.99 as part of youtube red, youtube's new monthly ad- free subscription service. youtube red subscribers get offline accessssgs and the ability to play music in the background
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robbed a convenience store with a gun early this morning. (sheila) if you're just getting home here's a quick look at today's headlines. police say they received a call just before 4:30 about an armedobbery at the kum and go at 14th and pierce street. they're looking for a native american or hispanic man in his 20s, about 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing about 160 pounds.
flat-billed hat, possibly with a jacksonville jaguars logo on it. just two days after the fourth gop debate presidential candidate carly fiorina stopped in siouxland. she held a town hall meeting in onawa, iowa with the theme of returning to a citizen government. fiorina spoke to community members about how a republican winning the white house isn't enough. and... today, a large part of the state of iowa cleaning up after a powerful storm spawned at least 9 tornadoes. south east of des moines, powerful winds, possibly a tornado, damaged homes and vehicles. to the north, in the city of knoxville it was much the same story. that's a look at your just home headlines. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us with the forecast. the storm system that brought siouxland a lot of rain yesterday, and even some snow,
east although the wind stayed pesky today. that wind will die down tonight and it will be chilly with lows in the mid 20s. tomorrow will still be coolish in the low 50s but warmer temps return for the weekend as we could get into the low 60s. our next storm system moves in early next week with chances of rain which will
one siouxland non-profit was on the receiving end of a generous donation to help fuel some big plans. (sheila) camp high hopes announced the new contribution to their s'more smiles campaign, this afternoon. first premier bank donated this hefty check of $50,000. the money will help jumpstart construction plans for the camp's expansion. camp high hopes ceo, ali langseth expressed amazement at how fast the camp's growth has been, now in its 3rd year of operation. "we would have never thought we would have the demand that we have today. when we first opened in 2012, we really just had the premise to build the absolute minimum to start services," said ali langseth. "we didn't think within 2 years, we would be launching a campaign for $4.5 million and then adding on multiple structures, from adding on cabins and building a welcome center, to helping sponsor campers to help pay their way to attend campmp camp high hopes has high hopes
iowa pork producers joining us for this week's what's cookin'? and today it's all about the pork chop. joyce: that's right, that's right. we have some new names for pork chops. sheila: really? things keep changing don't they? joyce: yes, they do. it's kind of exciting. sheila: what are the new names? joyce: well, we have, new names for these chops. so, they're names that you may have heard already. uh, a couple years ago the usda decided to try to simplify the meat case for people because there are all kinds of names and it's kind of confusing. sheila: and choices. joyce: and choicic. so, they renamed it. a lot of the new names are for pork, but they renamed all meats, a little bit anyway. so we have, to simplify things for consumers, they renamed the rib chop, and this is a boneless rib chop, the ribeye chop. sheila: oh, ribeye. yep. joyce: it comes from the same portion or area of the carcass that a ribeye steak would come from on the beef carcass. it come from the very front p ption of t t loin. and this is c cled the center cut chop, which you may still see it named center cut in some grocery stores, or iowa chop, if it's a thick cut. but it can
also be called e porter house now. sheila: porter house. just like the beef counter part joyce: yep, absolutely. and then, this is the boneless center loin pork chop. and we always called it center loin pork chop, but now it's called the new york chop. and i think k er time people will get used to these names. you know, it's a process. but we're really excited and over time it will help them in identifying the different cuts, anyway. sheila: and then here's a closer look at those different cuts over here. joyce: absolutely. sheila: the chops, the roast and the ribs that people can choose from too. joyce: yes! sheila: and pork seems to be very economical right now. i know that's something we usually choose to buy because you get really good deals in the grocery store. yce: it is and it has been very economical over the last two or three years. and we hope to see that continue. so there are some great buys, i always tell consumers: watch the ads on a weekly basis, because there are always
we have wonderful retail partners here in the state of iowa. so, it's exciting to see those. sheila: and over there is a really quick idea on how to ok those chops. joyce: absolutely. so you can use any of these c cps in any recipe. whether you pick up a recipe leaflet, and if it calls for a bone-in pork chop, you can use a boneless pork chop. we have lots and lots of recipes on porkbeinspired.com. so if you go on there, and just want a few new ideas, you can find lots of ideas. sheila: and what's that specific recipe called? joyce: this one's called a actually bacon wrapped. so these are the boneless, i used the boneless new york chops, and wrapped them with bacon, ananseasoned them. and then baked t tm with a marinade. and this one is really simple, this one is just barbecue sauce with a liquid, which it could be orange juice, it could be apple juice, whatever you have on hand
is fine with some brown sugar. so really simple. and again, the main thing is not to over cook. so, cook to 145, or 160. sheila: all right joyce. and we'll have t ts recipe and other pork recipepetoo if you go to ktiv dot com and click on the things to do link. >> jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in. it's not about yappin'. it's not about talking. it's about doing. i know how to do this because i was privileged to serve in florida for eight years. and we turned the systems upside down that weren't working. 1.3 million new jobs were created. we cut taxes every year. incomemeose in people's pockets. people were lifted out of p perty. children started to learn. as president of the united states, i pledge to you that i will solve problems. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the
developing news tonight. danger in the sky. 20 aircraft struck by lasers in the past 24 hours. one of the suspects arrested on camera. tonight we'll s sw you how these lasers can blind pilots and cripple the cockpit. deadly bombings. isis claims responsibility for attacks that left dozens dead. less than two weeks after it took credit for taking down a passenger plane. goodfella's verdict. a reputed mobster learns his fate in the trial for the biggest heist in u.s. history, immortalized in aa mafia movie classic. botched birth control? more than 100 woman who use the pill say a packaging error led to pregnancy. now these moms say the company should pay. "nightly news" begins right now. >> in nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news with