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thursday, november 25th. i'm matt breen. . al and sarah have the day off. coming up in this half hour of news 4 today. proteststsre ongoininin chicago after the release of graphic dash cam footage. the footage shows a police officer fatally shooting laquan mcdonald last year. the officer faces first degree murder charges after shooting the suspect 16 times. but, protesters are more upset that it took an entire year to release the footage. we'll have the latest, coming up. and they served their country, and now there's a special program helping disabled veterans, who need help themselves. the organization paired up with noah's home animal rescue out of sioux city to train service dogs. we'll meet one dog who is going through the training right now. and later we'll meet a man who had to travel twelve-hundred miles to reuinte with his dog that ran away from his home. but first, here's ben.
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thanksgiving day from 4 am to 6 pm for much of siouxland, including sioux city winter storm warning in effect thanksgiving day from 9 am to 9 pm for harrison & shelby counties a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow will create some tricky turkey day travels, so be sure to keep a close eye on today's weather. if you must hit the roads, freezing rain early today will work its way eastward and eventually transition to light snow in and around sioux city later this morning with strong north winds which will cause some low visibilities. because the freezing rain will last longer in southern siouxland, the ice accumululion will be greater with up to a quarter-inch of ice expected, hence the winter storm warning for that area. as for snow accumulations, it's still looking like most places will receive around 1-3 inches by the time the system exits the viewing area to the east by 7-8 o'clock this evening. the rest of the holiday weekend looks dry and cold with highs near 30 0 before more snow chananes on monday. see graphics. wx timer @ :40 >> protesters shut down major intersections in downtown chicago last night after the release of graphic dash cam video of a police officer fatally shooting a teenager armed with a knife.
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charges, the timing of those charges and the release of that footage is raising many questions. nbc's wendy woolfolk has the details frfr chicago.
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(nats...cameras walking into courthouse) van dyke is the first uniformed officer in more than 30-years to be charged with 1st degree murder in this city. (s/ dan herbert / van dyke's attorney:59- 1:08 ) "this is a case that cannot be tried in the streets, it can't be tried in the media and it cannot be tried on facebook." while the former officer's attorney insists questions will be answered at trial... many question the case and evidence itself. (s/ janai nelson / naacp legal defense fund1:20-1:25 ) "it raises so many questions about our justice system, about the states attorney's office, about the elected officials who knew that this tape existed." so far, protests in the city's most famous real estate have been peaceful.. (s/ voxpop / protester) "we are trying to make people see this is wrong the system is wrong and things need to be changed." change that's required for deep wounds and frustrations to heal. wendy woolfolk, nbc news chicago. >> a judge ruled that the former officer would remain in jail without bail at least until the next hearing which is scheduled for monday. an orange city man has filed a federal
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lawsuit over a traffic stop in northwest iowa. levi wilson -- who is of indian descent -- accuses police of racial profiling for pointing weapons at him and his y yng son during the stop last year. investigators say they were looking for wilson's brother, david wilson, who is a sex offender and was wanted on outstanding warrants. invesitgators say the brothers sometimes drove the same truck. a northeast nebraska man is going to prison for stealing cattle. timothy ketelsen from bloomfield was sentenced to five to eight years. the 44-year-old pleaded guilty in september to charges of tax evasion, theft and illegal sale of livestock. ketelsen's former boss reported that 13 head of cattle had been stolen from his feedlot. besides the prison time, ketelsen was ordered to pay more than $75,000 in restitution. a judge has sentenced an emmetsburg, iowbanker involved in a banking scheme. 62-year-old richard jones got 14 months in federal prison. during court proceedings it was revealed jones defrauded iowa trust and savings
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vice-president of the bank from 2003 to 2010. prosecutors say jones forged signatures of unknowing bank customers. the mother of a young girl killed by her daycare provider in orange city, iowa is speaking out about a judge's recent ruling. the sioux county attorney says he won't appeal the decision to cut rochelle sapp's 100-year prison sentence in half. last year, sapp pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment charges. three-year-old autumn elgersma died in 2013. at the time, a plea deal dropped a first-degree murder charge. sapp had agreed to back-to-back 50-year sentences. in october, a district judge cut down the sentence by allowing then to run at the same time. autumn's mother says she is upset about the judge's decision, but there's nothing the family can do about it. it's very unfortunate that judge jacobson took it upon himself to change what was very clearly written out in a plea agreement i don't think it's in
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reconsider the sentence." said, jennifer elgersma, autumn's mother. jennifer elgersma says sharing autumn's story about the history and pattern of abuse she suffered has helped h h family to heal. 3:04 "we'll do whatever we can toto help people realize the gravity of the situation. we need to stop child abuse there is no reason for it and there's no excuse for it." elgersma says the board of parole should ve been the one to c cnge the sentence not the judge. but, she agreed with the sioux county attorney not to file an appeal. sioux city fire rescue trying to figure out the cause of a blaze that broke out yesterday morning in morningside. when crews arrived on the scene near south rustin and vine they saw smoke coming from the home. it appears the fire started in the kitchen, went up to the ceiling, and into the attic. no one was home with the fire broke out, but there was a cat
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but the family's dog died in the fire. a community gathered yesterday to march in honor of native american children. every year the "march to honor lost children" recognizes children some tribal members say have been lost to adoption and foster care. the peaceful walk started at the war eagle monument in sioux city. "there's still disproportionate numbers of our children in foster care," said frank lamere, organizer of the march to honor lost children. "disproportionate numbers of our children are being adopted. and i think that we need to be vigilant." this is the 13th year for the annual event. the cold weather didn't keep people from out-of- town from coming to support the cause. there were people who traveled from oklahoma city, des moines and other areas outside siouxland to raise awareness.s. one man came from omaha to be a part of the march. "i feel like people look over this like people look over this a lot," said peter janda, an omaha, nebraska resident. "i mean it's kinda sad to see what's happening and seeing what's happening to these children and i think that people should take a stand."
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so much more than just going on a walk and that it was important for him to participate. yesterday was the 30th anniversary of a tragic plane crash in des moines involving the iowa state university cross country team. "nats bag pipe" 3 atatetes, 2 coaches, an athletic trainer, and the isu pilot were all killed while returning from a cross country meet in milwaukee. on wednesday, a group of runners and cyclone nation gathered to remember the team. they finished a surprising second in the nc-aa national meet. one victim was athletic trainer stephanie streit who was planning to go to medical school. streit was from hawarden, iowa. her close friend spoke to surviving members of the 1985 team. "to the iowa state cross country
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wanted you to be successful, she loved you, and you rocked it that day." after the ceremony people laid roses on the site of the crash. a permanent memorial is planned for the site to remember the victims. the cause of the crash was attributed to icing on the plane's wings. also, killed in the crash was sheryl maahs from spirit lake, iowa. she was a runner on the team. words nobody wants to hear after they get off of a long flight... "we've lost your luggage." coming up, tips on what you can do if it does happen to you. ben: andnd'll have your complete
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transition to light snow in and around sioux city later this morning with strongngorth winds which will cause some low visibilities. because the freezing rain will last longer in southern siouxland, the ice accumulation will be greater with up to a quarter-inch of ice expected, hence the winter storm warning for that area. as for snow accumulations, it's still looking like most places will receive around 1-3 inches by the time the system exits the viewing area to the east by 7-8 o'clock this evening. the rest of the holiday weekend looks dry and cold with highs near 30 before more snow chances on monday. see graphics.
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lost luggage... no one wants to be that person standing at
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baggage claim, and then leave empty handed. but it happens. erika gonzalez reports on ways to get reimbursed if your bag is lost or damaged just ahead of the busy holiday travel season.
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(sot: paul hudson / president, flyer's rights) "well, after a month it's pretty low." still, paul hudson of the non-profit flyers rights says there are a few things you can do to maximize the potential of getting reimbursed. first itemize everything in your suitcase... elizabeth did that and one better... she included pictures. (nats) "this is a picture of the bag, this is another picture of the bag and then what it currently retails for." hudson also advises consumers to submit a claim as fast as possible. keep in mind, he says, you wont see any extra cash for items with sentimental value and adds the airline will likely try to depreciate the value of your items. technically, airlines can reimburse travelers for lost goods up to 35 hundred dollars, but he says airlines reject those claims about 90% of the time. one final tip from hudson--- check your renters or home insurance policy. (sot: paul hudson / president, flyer's rights) "most homeowners policies have a provision for theft loss even if it's outside
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the home." as for these newlyweds, they're now looking for a new airline. (sot: elizabeth hart, lost luggage) "i think its a shame for them because we're both young, we like to travel and we have a lifetime of that ahead of us and they'll never see another dollar of our business." >> that was erica gonzalez reporting. hart's luggage has since been returned.... and her airline reimbursed her for the clothes she bought on her trip. her bag went missing for more than a month. they served their country, and now there's a special program helping disabled vets who need help themselves. it's called "partners for patriots". the organization paired up with noah's home animal rescue out of sioux city to train service dogs. we'll show you what they're
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rehabilitate their lives we traveled to springfield, south dakota to show you prisoners doing hard time training dogs to help veterans in need. ktiv's sheila brummer has the story.
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the program is called "partners for patriots". a non-profit group providing service dogs for wounded and disabled veterans. (nat of rocky) through intense training rocky learns new tricks. he even turns on the lights. (good) 1:06 "the last time i was here he was so behaved he didn't want to jump. and, so the fact he jumped for a light switch. that's a great moment there." (good to use) 2:24 "rocky came from an animal control shelter in sioux city, but who knows without this program where he would have ended up." :37 "the dogs we get are pretty much at the end of their rope as far as being adopted out which it great, plus it's very therapeutic for the inmates as well," said inmate jamie nicholson from branden, sd. jamie nicholson also works improving the dog's skills. "good boy rocky, good boy! and, learns a lesson of his own. 1:06 "i had some problems back before i came here. i made a mistake. so, it makes you feel great working with the dogs. it makes you feel better about yourself." rocky also helps his other companion, bradford maneuver in
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and out of his wheelchair. nat? :24 "he is smart, he is smart. multiple sclerosis robbed him of his legs 17-years ago. but, rocky gives him a new mission. (great) 3:14 "this is giving me some chance to give back and that's a good thing." a furry friend with a new leash on life. (good, but can see reporter) end sot 3:52 "everybody should save a dog. isn't that right rocky." >> rocky has spent a couple of months at the prison. he will need 6 months to a year of training before he is placed with a veteran. rocky was first taken in by noah's hope animal rescue in sioux city. every year they save 500 to 600 dogs that would normally be put down. they always need volunteers or donations of pedigree dog food. you can find a link in this story to see where you can help out or even adopt one of their dogs by going to ktiv.com. "parners for patriots" isn't the only canine training program at
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the mike durfee state prison in springfield, south dakota. last week, we showed you "hounds of hope." nine inmates work with three dogs at a time. many of the animals need more training and help to ensure they end up getting adopted to forever families. it could be a treacherous travel morning. ben's in next to tell us about the ice, and snow, we can expect. and....a dog that travelled twelve hundred miles from home as reuinted with her owner. we'll show you this heartwarming story after the break.
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a massachusett s man has been reunited with his lost dog... after traveling almost 12- hundred miles away to get her back. laura montenegro has the story.
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with him, we learned he picked the dog up in illinois two weeks prior." the shelter scanned the dog for a microchip and got a hit. ken and his wife were shocked and wasted no time. (ken swisher/missy' s owner) "i drove straight through." (laura montenegro/r eporting) "how many hours did it take you." (ken swisher/missy' s owner) "19 hours. almost 1200 miles." but ken says the long journey was worth it and he's happy to get his dog back. (nats: ken swisher) "hey. what are you doing?" (ken swisher/missy' s owner) "i'm glad he did bring her to a rescue. because they can wonder him. we knew we had the chip in her and that way we could get her back. otherwise we would have never known, what happened to her." >> 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 some of the events on the ktiv-dot-com community calendar.
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thanks for joining us on this thursday november 26th. i'm matt breen. al and sarah have the day off. coming up in this half hour of news 4 today.... the crisis between russia and turkey is at its highest point... that, after a turkish fighter jet shot down a russian fighter. russia's president says his plane wasn't warned before the attack. turkey's leaders say the russian plan was warned before it was fired upon. we'll have more details coming up. and, closer to home, shoppers spent their wednesday stocking up on stuff for their thanksgiving dinner. we'll show you what it takes to make a few hundred meals. plus, you might be tempted to sneak a few scraps from your meal today and give them to your dog. we'll tell you why you might want to think twice. but first ben....
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near 30 before more snow chances on monday. see graphics. >> the diplomatic crisis between russia and turkey escalated over the downing of a russian aircraft by the turkish air force. a russian pilot was killed. turkey says the plane strayed into turkish airspace. officials released tapes of a radio warning as proof. russia denies it was warned... or that its plane ever left syria while on a mission there. in paris, german chancellor angela merkel and french president francois hollande placed flowers at one of the growing public memorials to the victims of the terrorist attacks. while in france, merkel pledged that germany would do more in the fight against isis. germany currently provides weapons and training for kurdish fighters who are battling isis in iraq. brazil's president has agreed to suspend visa requirements for foreigners during the 2016 olympic games in rio de janeiro. that's in spite of heightened security fears after the paris attacks.
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fifth to the 21st. foreigners who arrive as early as june will be able to stay for up to 90 days without a visa. diplomats say western governments are worried about the safety of their athletes and tourists at the games because they believe many brazilian authorities are complacent. pope francis is visiting africa for the first time. he celebrated mass this morning in kenya's capital, nairobi. kenya declared a national holiday for the occasion. millions of people are expected to turn out to see the pope during his tour. an estimated 200-million catholics live in africa, a figure expected to double by 2050. the first family took part in a service project in washington, dc at friendship place, an organization dedicated to serving the local homeless population. president obama served the turkey and gravy. his daughter malia was on the mashed sweet potatoes, the first lady served the veggies, and mrs. robinson, michelle's mother, served up the mac and cheese. the dinner was offered to individuals and families
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that participate in the friendship place programs, including homeless and at-risk veterans from the organization's veterans first program. if you plan on going to multiple stores on black friday...you better make sure your gifts are protected. car break-ins are especially common during the holiday months. lauren moss has the story.
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another spot in the parking lot so that people..if they are watching you drop your stuff off, think you left the mall and then come in and finish your shopping we have lots of entrances on all the levels. >> the national restaurant association says four- million people ordered out for their entire thanksgiving meal last year. maybe, you're one of them! ktiv's sam curtiss got a look behind the scenes at a local hy-vee to see how much goes into getting dinner on the table.
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dressing," said al metz. using an army of people. "it's a go, go, go and we all make it happen," said al metz. "you better had your break when you walked in the door because your break is going to be when you go home," said al metz. and the mind of a man who's done this a few times. "i've seen many, many turkeys millions of pounds of turkeys ago," said al metz. "holidays take no break which means the cook takes no break," said al metz. assembling hundreds of dinners that'll be shared on thursday. "about a 150 so far," said cruz ochoa. "we started this like a week ago putting the regular boxes together," said cruz ochoa. "i think we're going on the 24th hour of putting packs together," said cruz ochoa. "three to five minutes for each package to put together," said cruz ochoa. which will feed a lot of mouths. "well we're doing it for like 200 families so you could imagine how that is if you've ever cooked one for one family," said taylor jenness. "15 different sides," said taylor jenness. "six different
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"oh your brain is fried after this," said taylor jenness. as orders pile-up... "there's a good amount of last- minute ones," said taylor jenness. "we're actually busier," said al metz. "i think people just like to take it easy." and space becomes limited "you couldn't even get into the cooler whatsoever for a while there," said taylor jenness. working to fill the next order. "to make sure everything's right before they walk out the door," said al metz. "that's our challenge." sam curtiss, ktiv news four, sioux city. >> since most people eat turkey on thanksgiving.. business is booming for one iowa turkey farmer. for more than 30 years chuck brockmann has been selling fresh thanksgiving birds in eastern iowa. and this year demand has been way up because of the large number of flocks that were wiped out from the bird flu. more than 400 of his turkeys will end up on the diner table. with thanksgiving comes plenty
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days. but when does it stop being safe to eat? a lot of commercially prepared items, such as sauces and condiments, have best-buy dates on the packaging to ensure flavor, not safety, according to the u.s. department of agriculture. packaged foods tend to last longer than those suggested dates. cooked food leftovers can usually stay in the fridge for only three or four days. and if you want to put food in the freezer, it will last indefinitely, but at some point it will start to lose flavor. of course, if something smells off or looks funny, you shouldn't eat it. because of the holiday today, there will no collection of garbage, yard waste or recylcing. today's regularly scheduled route will be picked up on friday. and friday's will be picked up saturday. siouxland shoppers are also hitting the stores for some last minute items. the hy-vee on hamilton was busy last night with customers picking out the last few things on their thanksgiving shopping lists. "i'm going to get some frozen bread. i love to make my rolls, of course i---some evaporated milk for my pumpkin pie." "i
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have some last minute things. i wanna make my pies, and i got the best seasoning. my son told me about the best seasoning rub for a turkey, so this turkey is gonna be special." said shopper lynette cook. many grocery stores around siouxland will be open to accommodate those last minute trips. nbc will host the 89th annual macy's thanksgiving day parade. you can watch matt lauer, savannah guthrie and al roker and all the parade floats right here on ktiv beginning at 9am. this year's parade looks to top last year's and features performances by mariah carey and questlove in addition to america's top marching high school bands and don't forget those big balloons. after your thanksgiving feast today, you might be tempted to give the scraps to your furry friends. we'll tell you why you should avoid feeding them leftovers, after the break. ben: and i'll have your
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winter weather advisory in effect thanksgiving day from 4 am to 6 pm for much of siouxland, including sioux city winter storm warning in effect thanksgiving day from 9 am to 9 pm for harrison & shelby counties a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow will create some tricky turkey day travels, so be sure to keep a close eye on today's weather. if you must hit the roads, freezing rain early today will work its way eastward and eventually transition to light snow in and around sioux city later this morning with strong north winds which will cause some low visibilities. because the freezing rain will last longer in southern siouxland, the ice accumulation will be greater with up to a quarter-inch of ice expected, hence the winter storm warning for that area. as for snow accumulations, it's still looking like most places will receive around 1-3 inches by the time the system
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exits the viewing area to the east by 7-8 o'clock this evening. the rest of the holiday weekend looks dry and cold with highs near 30 before more snow chances on monday. see graphics.
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if you're a pet owner there's a couple things to be aware of this thanksgiving holiday. veterinarians say now is not the time for sharing... especially when it comes to your food... alyana gomez shows us six things you shouldn't give to your pets in healthbeat four.
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your pet? bird bones... and yes that means turkey. (sot: christina delgado, veterinarian) "it can actually penetrate through the stomach or the intestines and can potentially cause a life threatening infection." so what do you do if someone else at your table falls for the puppy eyes? keep an eye out for the symptoms. your pet may seem lethargic and quiet. then comes the vomiting. if you catch it early enough... your vet can treat it. but if not... it's gonna cost you. (sot: christina delgado, veterinarian) "if it's a major abdominal surgery then we can be looking into the thousands of dollars." >> the other thing you need to keep away from the pets is chocolate - which most people already know to do. you're probably wondering what you can give your pets... the vet says turkey breast is fine and you can also put some gravy on their dog food. we've got a lot still to come on news 4 today. the la times is going through a buyout right now. and how much are airlines saving on fuel this year? and are you benefitting from those savings?
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>> stocks finished little changed yesterday after some early wobbles. consumer stocks like amazon and home depot
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rose ahead of black friday. the dow rose a point to 17,813, the nasdaq picked up 13 points and the s&p 500 lost a fraction to close at 2,089. the nation's top airlines are giving thanks this year... for lower gas prices. the four top airlines posted record profits thanks to low fuel costs. according to financial reports... delta, american, united and southwest saved a combined eleven-point- one-billion-dollars in fuel costs in the first nine months of 2015. while it's good news for them... passengers have not seen much savings for themselves the average cost on american, united and southwest has decreased by only four-percent. fares have stayed high despite lower fuel costs because demand for travel is growing. the los angeles times lost dozens of reporters and editors this week after the company offered them buyouts. tribune publishing owns several big newspapers including the l-a times. it announced the need for buyouts in october. the company was looking for at least 50 buyouts at
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the paper... but at least 80-people have accepted the offers and will leave this week. nearly every department and bureaus from seattle to london have lost staff. when we come back this morning, we'll have the top headlines in siouxland. plus...a real houswife won't be celebrating thanksgiving with her family this year. and the first captain america civil war trailer has been released. that's all coming up in today's hollywood minute.
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wx timer @ :45 winter weather advisory in effect thanksgiving day from 4 am to 6 pm for much of siouxland, including sioux city winter storm warning in effect thanksgiving day from 9 am to 9 pm for harrison & shelby counties a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow will create some tricky turkey day travels, so be sure to keep a close eye on today's weather. if you must hit the roads, freezing rain early today will work its way eastward and eventually transition to light snow in and around sioux city later this morning with strong north winds which will cause some low visibilities. because the freezing rain will last longer in southern siouxland, the ice accumulation will be greater with up to a quarter-inch of ice expected, hence the winter storm warning for that area. as for snow accumulations, it's still looking like most places will receive around 1-3 inches by the time the system exits the viewing area to the east by 7-8 o'clock this evening. the rest of the holiday weekend looks dry and cold with highs near 30 before more snow chances on monday. see graphics. >> > if you're just tuning in, here's a look at today's top headlines. friends and family gathered in des moines on wednesday to honor the lives that were lost in a tragic plane crash 30 years ago. three athletes, two coaches and an athletic trainer were all killed while returning from a cross country meet in milwaukee. among those killed were stephanie streit of hawarden, iowa, and sheryl maahs from spirit lake, iowa. a close friend of streit's spoke to surviving members of the 1985 team. she told them stephanie loved each of them, and wanted them all to be successful. a permanent memorial is planned for the site to
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remember the victims. an orange city, iowa women is speaking out about a judge's recent ruling to reduce the sentence of her daughter's killer. jennifer elgersma says she's upset about a judge's decision to cut rocehlle sapp's 100-year prison sentence in half. but, elgersma says there's nothing the family can do about it. this week, the sioux county attorney announced he won't appeal the judge's decision. back in october of 2013, sapp was accused slamming three-year- old autumn elgersma to the ground for not taking off her coat at sapp's in- home daycare. autumn later died. a judge has sentenced an emmetsburg, iowa banker involved in a banking scheme. 62-year-old richard jones got 14 months in federal prison. during court proceedings it was revealed jones defrauded iowa trust and savings bank. jones served as senior vice-president of the bank from 2003 to 2010. prosecutors say jones forged signatures of unknowing bank customers. on wednesday, a community gathered to honor native american children. the "march to honor lost children" recognizes children that some tribal members say have been lost to adoption and foster
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war eagle monument in sioux city, and ended at the four directions center, downtown. people traveled from oklahoma city, des moines and other areas outside of siouxland to help raise awareness during the 13th annual event. a real housewife star won't be dining with family this year for thanksgiving. instead -- she plans to be alone. but that's not the worst part. plus -- the avengers are turning on each other in the newest captain america trailer. mary moloney shows us in today's hollywood minute.
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-- including this one of her boyfriend lip-syncing the backstreet boys. (nats) the avengers are at odds in the first trailer for captain america: civil war. the full flick comes out next may. for hollywood minute -- i'm mary moloney. >> we've got a lot headed your way in our third half hour of news 4 today. in today's law review, we'll tell you what rules health professionals have to follow when it comes to their patients. and nebraska and iowa will face off on friday. we'll hear from both teams coming up in the
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good morning. thanks for joining me on this thanksgiving thursday, november 26th. i'm matt breen. al and sarah have the day off. coming up in this half hour of news 4 today. protests are
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ongoing in chicago after the release of graphic dash cam footage. the footage shows a police officer fatally shooting laquan mcdonald last year. the officer faces first degree murder charges after shooting the suspect 16 times. but protesters are more upset that it took an entire year to release the footage. we'll have the latest, coming up. and they served their country, and now there's a special program helping disabled vets who need help themselves. the organization paired up with noah's home animal rescue out of sioux city to train service dogs. we'll meet one dog who is going through the training right now. and later we'll meet a man who had to travel twelve hundred miles to reuinte with his dog that ran away from his home. but first, here's ben.
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thanksgiving day from 4 am to 6 pm for much of siouxland, including sioux city winter storm warning in effect thanksgiving day from 9 am to 9 pm for harrison & shelby counties a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow will create some tricky turkey day travels, so be sure to keep a close eye on today's weather. if you must hit the roads, freezing rain early today will work its way eastward and eventtlly transition to light snow in and around sioux city later this morning with strong north winds which will cause some low visibilities. because the freezing rain will last longer in southern siouxland, the ice accumulation will be greater with up to a quarter-inch of ice expected, hence the winter storm warning for that area. as for snow accumulations, it's still looking like most places will receive around 1-3 inches by the time the system exits the viewing area to the east by 7-8 o'clock this evening. the rest of the holiday weekend looks dry and cold with highs near 30 before more snow chances on monday. see graphics. >> protesters shut down major intersections in downtown chicago last night after the release of graphic dash cam video of a police officer fatally shooting a teenager armed with a knife. while the officer now faces 1st murder charges, the timing of those charges and the release of that footage is raising many
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has the detaas from chicago.
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insists questions will be answered at trial... many itself. (s/ janai nelson / naacp legal defense fund1:20-1:25 ) "it raises so many questions about our justice system, about the states attorney's office, about the elected officials who knew that this tape existed." so far, protests in the city's most famous real estate have been peaceful.. (s/ voxpop / protester) "we are trying to make people see this is wrong the system is wrong and things need to be changed." change that's required for deep wounds and frustrations to heal. wendy woolfolk, nbc news chicago. >> a judge ruled that the former officer would remain in jail without bail at least until the next hearing which is scheduled for mondayay a judge ruled thth the former officer would remain in jail without bail at least until the next hearing which is scheduled for monday. an orange city man has filed a federal lawsuit over a traffic stop in northwest iowa. levi wilson -- who is of indian descent -- acccces police of racial profiling for pointing weapons at him and his young son during the stop last year. investigators say they were looking for wilson's brother, david wilson, who is a sex offender and was wanted on outstanding warrants. invesitgators say the brothers sometimes drove the same truck.
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going to prison for stealing cattle. timothy ketelsen from bloomfield was sentenced to five eight years. the 44-year-old pleaded guilty in september to charges of tax evasion, theft and illegal sale of livestock. ketelsen's former boss reported that 13 head of cattle had been stolen from his fefelot. besisis the prisontime, kekelsen was s dered to pay more than $75,000 in restitution. a judge has sentenced an emmetsburg, iowa banker involved in a banking scheme. 62-year-old richard jones got 14 months in federal prison. during court proceedings it was revealed jones defrauded iowa trust and savings bank. jones served as senior vice-president of the bank from 2003 to 2010. prosecutors say jones forged signatures of unknowing bank customers. the mother of a young girl killed by her daycare provider in orange city, iowa is speaking out about a judge's recent ruling. the sioux county attorney says he won't appeal the decision to cut rochelle sapp's 100-year prison sentence in half. last
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year, sapp pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment charges. three-year-old autumn elgersma died in 2013. at the time, a plea deal dropped a first-degree murder chargrg sapp had agreed d back-to-back 50-year sentences. in october, a district judge cut down the sentence by allowing then to run at the same time. autumn's mother says she is upset about the judge's decision, but there's nothing the family can do about it. it's very unfortunate that judge jacobson took it upon himself to change what was very clearly written out in a plea agreement i don't think it's in his place at all to reconsider the sentence." said, jennifer elgersma, autumn's mother. jennifer elgersma says sharing autumn's story about theheistory and pattern ofofabuse she suffered has helped her family to heal. 3:04 "we'll do w`atever we can to help@people realize the gravity of the situation. we need to stop child abuse there is no reason for it and there's no excuse for it." elgersma says the board of
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have been the one to change the sentence not the judge. but, she agreed with the sioux county attorney not to file an appeal. sioux city fire rescue trying to figure out the cause of a blaze that broke out yesterday morning in morningside. when crews arrived on the scene near south rustin and vine they saw smoke coming from the home. it appears the fire started in the kitchen, went up to the ceiling, and into the attic. no one was home with the fire broke out, but there was a cat and a dog inside. crews were able to save the cat, but the family's dog died in the re. a community gathered yesterday to march in honor of native american children. every year the "march to honor lost children" recognizes children some tribal members say have been lost to adoption and foster care. the peaceful walk starard at the war eagle monument in siouxuxity. "there's still disproportionate numbers of our children in
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organizer of the march to honor lost children. "disproportionate numbers of our children are being adopted. and i think that we need to be vigilant." this is the 13thhyear for the annual eeent. the cold weathth didn't keep people from out-of- town from coming to support the cause. there were people who traveled from oklahoma city, des moines and other areas outside siouxland to raise awareness. one man came from omaha to be a part of the march. "i feel like people look over this like people look over this a lot," said peter janda, an omaha, nebraska resident. "i mean it's kinda sad to see what's happening and seeing what's happening to these children and i think that people should take a stand." janda says the march signifies so much more than just going on a walk and that it was important for him to participate. yesterday was the 30th anniversary of a tragic plane crash in des moines involving the iowa state university cross country team. "nats bag pipe" 3 athletes 2 coaches.. an
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athletic trainer and the isu pilot were all killed while returning from a cross country meet in milwaukee. on wednesday, a group of runners and cyclone nation gathered to remember the team. they finished a surprising second in the nc-aa national meet. one victim was athletic trainer stephanie streit who was planning to go to medical school. her close friend spoke to surviving members of the 1985 team. "to the iowa state cross country team, she loved serving you, she wanted you to be successful, she loved you, and you rocked it that day." after the ceremony people laid roses on the site of the crash. a permanent memorial is planned for the site to remember the victims. the cause of the crash was attributed to icing on the plane's wings. also, killed in the crcrh was sheryl maahs from spirit lake, she was a runner on the team. coming up next in law review, we have some rules that must be followed by health professionals. and what it means for you, as a
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health professionals need follow a very specific set of rules when it comes to treating their patients. "informed consent" is an area that they have to pay particular attention to. that's the focus of "law review".
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signature on a piece of paper." what information does a physician need to give a patient? "physicians must provide patients with detailed information about risks, benefits, and alternatives including the option of doing nothing," goosmann said. "then the patient should be allowed the opportunity to ask questions to the physician." what does the consent form address? "the majority of informed consent forms do not adequately address potential risks and benefits of procedures," goosmann said. "as a result they leave physicians and health care professionals vulnerable to liability claims." what should health care professionals do to protect themselves? do not rely upon a generic consent specific. use plain language that patients can understand and explain any medical terms. be detailed. include risks, benefits, and alternative treatment options. be upfront and honest. and, allow the patient time to weigh the risks and benefits before signing." clerical staff? "it is not simply an intake form that should be handled by clerical staff," saiaigoosmann. "a physician should sit down
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patient and family and discuss the procedure fully before the patient signs your informed consent form." >> thanksgiving is today, andndhat means a lot of college football over the next few days. iowa and nebraska will take the field tomorrow. we'll hear both sides of the story coming up in the sports fource morning wrap.
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line tomorrow when the iowa hawkeyes visit the nebraska cornhuskers. ktiv's brad pautsch has more in the sports fource morning wrap.
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now, the previous three years, every time we've played this team they've been g gd games," said iowa quarterback c.j. beathard. "i would expect the same with this game." "we didn't finish last year," said iowa safety jordan lomax. "we've done a good job of doing that so far this year. it's only right that we come out here and finish this game." "it's just another step," said iowa wide receiver matt vandeberg. "it's something we work on each week, is to go out there and win each game. so far we've been able to that and again, we just got to go out and do our job." nebraska needs a win to become bowl eligible. nebraska has won two in a row and had a bye last week. five of the huskers six losses have been by a total of 13 points and they're just one-point underdogs to the hawkeyes. first year head coach mike riley says the close losses hurt, but he's not playing the 'what if' game. "we are where we are right now. we can't redeem those games or get them back in any way, so what we try to do as coaches is continue to grow and play our best game," said nebraska a ad coach mike riley. "what the players need to do is do that too. i think we've done that." 18 huskers seniors will play their last game at memorial stadium. the game kicks off at
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2:30 on friday. there is also thanksgiving football tonight on ktiv as the bears visit the panthers. for more go to ktiv.com. i'm brad pautsch with the sports fource morning wrap. >> weather will play a big role in your thanksgiving plans today. ben's in next with the details. and they served their country, and now there's a special program helping disabled vets who need help themselves. it's called "rtners for patriots". the organization paired up with noah's home animal rescue out of sioux city to train service dogs. we'll show you how what they're doing
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thanksgiving day from 4 am to 6 pm for much of siouxland, including sioux city winter storm warning in effect thanksgiving day from 9 am to 9 pm for harrison & shelby counties a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow will create some tricky turkey day travels, so be sure to keep a close eye on today's weather. if you must hit the roads, freezing rain early today will work its way eastward and eventually transition to light snow in and around sioux city later this morning with strong north winds which will cause some low visibilities. because the freezing rain wilil last lononr in southern siouxland, the ice accumulation will be greater with up to a quarter-inch of ice expected, hence the winter storm warning for that area. as for snow accumulations, it's still looking like most places will receive around 1-3 inches by the time the system exits the viewing area to the east by 7-8 o'clock this evening. the rest of the holiday weekend looks dry and cold with highs nearar0 before more snow chances
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on monday. see graphics. >> inmates at the mike durfee state prison work to rehabilitate their lives we traveled to springfield, south dakota to show you prisoners doing hard time training dogs to help veterans in need. ktiv's sheila brummer has the story.
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:34 nat snd "i think he's two to two- and-a-half years ago. he has lab in him." gerald bradford first entered the correctional system 34-years ago. 2:28 "came up from sioux city got in a fight and a guy was killed and here i am." bradford now serves his time at a state facility in springfield, south dakota. 1:42 "sometimes you just don't want to be here. but, if you have a puppy you know it makes things better." and, that puppy, rocky started his life as a stray. "the best hope he would have been adopted by a family. but, the thing about it you just know. the fact got into this prograa is just wooderful," said kris halssy, trainer/partners for patriots. the program is called "partners for patriots". a non-profit group providing service dogs for wounded and disabled veterans. (nat of rocky)
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through intense training rocky learns new tricks. he even turns on the lights. (good) 1:06 "the last time i was here he was so behaved he didn't want to jump. and, so the fact he jumped for a light switch. that's a great moment there." (good to use) 2:24 "rocky came from an aninial cocotrol shelter in sioux city, but who knows without this program where he would have ended up." :37 "the dogs we get are pretty much at the end of their rope as far as being adopted out which it great, plus it's very therapeutic for the inmates as well," said inmate jamie nicholson from branden, sd. jamie nicholson also works improving the dog's skills. "good boy rocky, good boy! and, learns a lesson of his oon. 1:00 "i had someeroblems back before i came here. i made a mistake. so it makes you feel great working with the dogs. it makeu you feel better about yourself." rocky also helps his other companion, bradford maneuver in and out of his wheelchair. nat? :24 "he is smart, he is smart. multiple sclerosis robbed him of his legs 17-years ago. but, rocky gives him a new mission. (great) 3:14 "this is giving me some chance to give back and that's a good thing." a furry friend with a new leash on life. (good, but can see reporter) end sot 3:52 "everybody should save a dog. isn't that right rocky." >> rocky has spent a couple of months at the prison. he will need 6 months to a year of training befofo he is placed with a a veterara cky was first taken in by
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noah's hope animal rescue in sioux city. every year they save 500 to 600 dogs that would normally be put down. they always need volunteers or donations of pedigree dog food. you can find a link in this story to see where you can help out or even adopt one of their dogs by going to o iv.com. "parners for patriots" isn't the only canine training probram at the mike durfee state prison in springfield, south dakota. last week, we showed you "hounds of hope." nine inmates work with three dogs at a time. many of the animals need more training and help to ensure they end up getting adopted to forever families. 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 ktiv-dot-com community calendar.
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thanks for joining ususn this thursday november 26th. i'm matt breen. al and sarah have the day off. coming up in this half hour of news 4 today.... the crisis between russia and turkey is at its highest point... that, after a turkish fighter jet shot down a russian fighter.
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russia's president says his plple wasn't warned before the attack. rkey's leaders say the russian plan was warned before it was fired upon. we'll have more details coming up. and, closer to home, shoppers spent their wednesday stocking up on stuff for their thanksgiving dinner. we'll show you what it takes to make a few hundred memes. plus, is the force with you? hundreds turned out to try and sound like chejbacca, the beloved co-pilot of the millenium falcon in star wars, to win tickets to the next movie in the series it's video you won't want to miss in "what's trending." but first ben....
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thanksgiving day from 9 am to 9 pm for harrison & shelby counties a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow will create some tricky turkey ddy travels, so be sure to keep a ccose eye on today's weather. if you must hit the roads, freezing rain early today will work its way eastward and eventually transition to light snow in and around sioux city later this morning with strong north winds which will cause some low visibilities. because the freezing rain will last longer in southern siouxland, the ice accumulation will be greater with up to a quarter-inch of ice expected, hence the winter storm warning for that area. as for snow accumulations, it's still looking like most places will receive around 1-3 inches by the time the system exits the viewing area to the east by 7-8 o'clock this evening. the rest of the holiday weekend looks dry and cold with highs near 30 before more snow chances on monday. see graphics. >> the diplomatic crisis between russia and turkey escalated over the downing of a russian aircraft by the turkish air force. a russian pilot was killed. turkey saas the plane ssrayed into turkish airspace. officials released tapes of a
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radio warning as proof. russia denies it was warned... or that its plane ever left syria while on a mission there. in paris, german chancellor angela merkel and french president francois hollande placed flowers at one of the growing public memorials to the victims of the terrorist attacks. while in france, merkel pledged that germany would do moreein the fight against isis. rmany currently provides weapons antraining for rdish fighters who are battling isis in iraq. brazil's president has agreed to suspend visa requirements for foreigners during the 2016 olympic games in rio de janeiro. that's in spite of heightened security fears after the paris attacks. the games will take place august fifth to the 21st. foreigners who arrive as early as june will be able to stayayor up to 90 days without a visa. diplomats say western governments are worried about the safety of their athletes and tourists at the games because they believe many brazilian authorities are complacent. elite brazilian police took part last week in a training session with french instructors to learn new techniques for cononining violent crowds. pope francis is visiting africa for the first time. he celebrated mass this morning in kenya's capital, nairobi. kenya declared a national holiday for the occasion. millions of people are expected to turn out to see the pope
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during his tour. an estimated 200-million catholics live in africa, a figure expected to double by 2050. the first family took part in a service project in washington, dc at friendship place, an organization dedicated to serving the local homeless population. president obama served the turkrk and gravy. his daughter malia was on the mashed sweet potatoes, the first lady served the veggies, and mrs. robinson, michelle's mother, served up the mac and cheese. the dinner was offered to individuals and families that participate in the friendship place programs, including homeless and at-risk veterans from the organization's s terans first program. the national restaurant association says four- million people ordered out for their entire thanksgiving meal last year. maybe, you're one of them! ktiv's sam curtiss got a look behind the scenes at a local hy-vee to see how much goes into getting didier on the table.
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"these days can be a little bit challenging," said al metz. "we have to multi-task many, many, many things," said al metz. "about 3,500 pounds of turkey, about a 1,000 pounds of potatos, couple hundred gallons of gravy and a couple hundred pounds of dressing," said al metz. using an army of people. "it's a go, go, go and we all make it happen," said al metz. "you better had your break when you walked in the door because your break is going to be when you go home," said al metz. and the mind of a man who's done this a few times. "i've seen many, many turkeys millions of pounds of turkeys ago," said al metz. "holidays take no break which means the cook takes no break," said al metz. assembling hundreds of d dners that'll be shared on thursday. "about a 150 so far," said cruz ochoa. "we started this like a week ago putting the regular boxes together," said cruz ochoa. "i think we're going on the 24th hour of putting packs together," said cruz ochoa. "three to five minutes for each package to put together," said cruz ochoa. which willlleed a lot of mouths. "well we're doing it for like 200 families so you could imagine how that is if you've ever cooked one for one family," said taylor jenness.
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"15 different sides," said taylor jenness. "six different types of meats." "oh your brain is fried after this," said taylor jenness. as orders pile-up... "there's a good amount of last- minute ones," said taylor jenness. "we're actually busier," said al metz. "i think people just like to take it easy." and space becomes limited "you couldn't even get into the cooler whatsoever for a while there," said taylor jenness. working to fill the next order. "to make sure everything's right before they walk out the door," said al metz. "that's our challenge." sam curtiss, ktiv news four, sioux city. >> since most people eat turkey on thanksgivivi.. business is booming fofoone iowa turkey farmer. for more than 30 years chuck brockmann has been selling fresh thanksgiving birds in eastern iowa. and this year demand has been way up because of the large number of flocks that were wiped out from the bird flu. more than 400 of his turkeys
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with thanksgiving comes plentyty of leftotors. ..that can probablyast for days. but when does it stop being safe to eat? a lot of commercially prepared items, such as sauces and condiments, have best-buy dates on the packaging to ensure flavor, not safety, according to the u.s. department of agriculture. packaged foods tend to last longer than those suggested dates. cooked food leftovers can usually stay in the fridge for only three or four days. and if you want to put food in the freezer, it will last indefinitely, but at some point it will start to lose flavor. of course, if something smells off or looks funny, you shouldn't eat it. because of the holiday today, there will no collection of garbage, yard waste or recylcing. today's regularly scheduled route will be picked up on friday. and friday's will be picked up saturday. siouxland shoppers are also hitting the ststes for some last minute items. the hy-vee on hamilton was busy last night with customers picking out the last few things on their thanksgiving shopping lists. "i'm going to get some frozen bread. i love to make my rolls,
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i---some evaporated milk for my pumpkin pie." "i have some last minute things. i wanna make my pies, and i got the best seasoning. my son told me about turkey, so this turkey is gonna be special." said shopper lynette cook. many grocery stores around siouxland will be open to accommodate those last minute trips. nbc will host the 89th annual macy's thanksgiving day parade. you can watch matt lauer, savannah guthrie and al roker and all the parade floats right here on ktiv beginning at 9am. this year's parade looks to top last year's and features performances by mariah carey and questlove in addition to america's top marching high school bands and don't forget
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a wookie calling contest took place in dallas. you're definitelylyot going to miss this. that's coming up in what's trending.
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close eye on today's weather. if you u st hit the roads, freezing rain early today will work its way eastward and eventually transition to light snow in and around sioux city later this morning with strong north winds which will cause some low visibilities. because the freezing rain will last longer in southern siouxland, the ice accumulation will be greater with up to a quarter-inch of ice expected, hence the winter storm warning for that area. as for snow accumulations, it's still looking like most places will receive around 1-3 inches by the time the system exits the viewing area to the east by 7-8 o'clock this evening. the rest of the holiday weekend looks dry and cold with highs near 30 before more snow chances on monday.
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"star wars" fans in dallas turned out tuesday for a wook calling contest! the prize -- two free tickets to a 3d showing of the next installment of the series -- "star wars: the force awakens." the dallas area happens to be the home of peter mayhew -- the actor who portrays chewbacca. "star wars: the force awakens"
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nationwide on december 18th. president obama will make his singing debut on coldplay's upcoming album. we'll l ll you ose album it is. plus...dancing with the stars just wrapped up another season.
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jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. it is the struggle that will determinin the fate of the free world. the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force. their aim is our total destruction. we can't withdraw from this threat or negotiate with it. we have but one chchce: to defeat it. vo: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. here's what you missed.
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latifah, rashida jones, and chef daniel humm. you can catch the tonight show with jimmy fallon
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president obama is already known for his speeches. he is now getting a boost in attention for his singing. obama's singing voice garnered national attention earlier this year when he sang at a memorial service in south carolina. the british rock band coldplay says it plans to feature a clip of his singing on the band's forthcoming album, "a head full of dreams." frontman chris martin told the british tabloid the sun that a clip of the presisint was used because of the hisisrical significance of what he did and the significance of the song. the band's album is due to be released next month. the 21st season of "dancing with the stars" has come and gone, and a new champion has been crowneded bindi irirn and pro partner derek hough took home the mirrorball trophy tuesday night. the 17-year-old irwin beat out "backstreet boy" nick carter and army national guardsman alek skarlatos in the live finale. irwin won many fans throughout the season with her dance tributes to her father, "crocodileleunter" steve irwin.
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way eastward and eventually transition to light snow in and around sioux city later this morning with strong north winds which will cause some low visibilities. because the freezing rain will last longer in southern siouxland, the ice accumulation will be greater with up to a quarter-inch of ice expected, hence the winter storm warning for that area. as for snow accumulations, it's still looking like most places will receive around 1-3 inches by the time the system exits the viewing area to the east by 7-8 o'clock this evening. the rest of the holiday weekend looks dry and cold with highs near 30 before more snow chances on monday. see graphics. >> we're wrapping things up on this thursday morning. when we come back, we'll have a rundown of the stories making top headlines in siouxland.
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and one foototll fan in wisconsin sent coconut donuts to the police station. and it wasn't because he was
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headlines. friends and family gathered in des moines on wednesday to honor the lives that were lost in a tragic plane crash 30 years ago. three athletes, two coaches and an athletic trainer were all killed while returning from a cross country meet in milwaukee. among those killed w we stephanie streit o o hawarden, iowa, and sheryl maahs from spirit lake, iowa. a close friend of streit's spoke tourviving members of the 1985 team. she told them stephanie loved each of them, and wanted them all to be successful. a permanent memorial is planned for the site to remember the victims. an orange city, iowawaomen is speaking out about a judge's recent ruling to reduce the sentence of her daughter's killer. jennifer elgera says she's
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upset about a judge's decision to cut rocehlle sapp's 100-year prison sentence in half. but, elgersma says there's nothing the family can do about it. this week, the sioux county attorney announced he won't appeal the judge's decision. back in october of 2013, sapp was accused slamming three-year- old autumn elgersma to the ground for not taking off her coat at sapp's in- home daycare. autumn later died. a judge has sentenced an emmetsburg, iowa banker involved in a banking scheme. 62-year-old richard jones got 14 months in federal prison. during court proceedings it was revealed jones defrauded iowa trust and savings bank. jones served as senior vice-president of the bank from 2003 to 2010. prprecutors say jones fofoed signatures of unknowing bank customers. on wednesday, a community gathered to honor native american children. the "march to honor lost children" recognizes children that some tribal members say have been lost to adoption and foster care. the walk started at the war eagle monument in sioux city, and ended at the
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four directions center, downtown. people traveled from oklahoma city, des moines and other areas outside of siouxland to help raise awareness during the 13th annual event. > after getting ejected from the wisconsin - northwestern football game on saturday because of a misunderstanding, a fan from california wanted to let the u-w police department know how he felt. instead of talking to police, the fan sent them 240 coconut doughnuts.
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he said doughnuts are awesome, but coconut doughnuts are not. police gave the doughnuts to the salvation army women's shelter.
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