tv News 4 at Ten NBC November 28, 2015 10:00pm-10:29pm CST
joining us. i'm tiffany lane. in colorado springs a gunman stormed into a planned parenthoododuilding friday ... killing 3 ananinjuring nine. the suspect, identified as robe lewis dear, in custody ... police are hoping to learn more about his motive. a federal official tells us the 57 year old appears to be mentally disturbed. nbc national corresponden t miguel almaguer is in colorado springs with the latest on the investigation.
when police arrived at planned parenthood in colorado springs ... they were met by a hail of gunfire ... nats we've been pinned down, we're getting active gunfire gunshots the shooter ... who law enforcement sources say was armed with an ak-47 style assault rifle ... unloaded round after round ... into a busy shopping a aa on black friday ... wounding 9 ... killing 3. . nats i've been shot! police took the brunt of f e gunfire ... 5 officers hospitalized. 44 year old garrett swasey ... and 2 civilians among the dead. s/peter carey/colorado springs police chief all i can say is my heart is broken. this is a really really tough situation for a lot of people in our community and the community at large the standoff lasted 5 hours. hundreds ... inside surrounding businesses ... ordered to take cover ... police evacuating the masses between sporadic ... rapid volleys of gun fire. ozy licano.. in his car ... was caught in the crossfire ... s/ozy licano/witness i could see him aiming and i was trying to move. it was horrible i saw myself in the mirror and its like "my god" he was aiming for my head with a perimeter set up ... swat teams ... moved in. the gunman ... hunkered down inside planned parenthood ... with the sun setting ...the gunman finally surrendered. as police hauled him away for
questioning ...the building was swept for explosives. the siege finally over ...but not before 3 would lose their lives ... in a violent ... and terrifying ... standoff. >> there were closed circuit cameras in the planned parenthood building that helped police monitor dear. they still have not released a motive. the 9 people hospitalized ... are all said to be in good condition. a vigil was held today in honor of the victims of friday's shooting dozens gathered at unitarian universalist church to remember the two civilians and one police officer killed when opened fire inside the planned
parenthood. the c-e-o of planned parenthood of the rocky mountain region praised the 15 health workers inside the building and all off the first responders for their efforts. she says the "entire national community was attacked" friday and that they will "adapt...squar e our shoulders...an d go on." authorities have identified a suspect in a new orleans playground shooting last sunday that injured 17 people. police arereearching for 32-year-old joseph "moe" allen... who is wanted on 17 counts of attempted first degree murder. the shooting took place at the bunny friend playground... where several hundred people had gathered for a block party. that's when witnesses say at least two groups of people started shooting at each other and then left the park on foot. "we're not gonna stand for it. this is not a game. and we are absolutely not playing with you. so this is a very determined, competent, dedicated group of men and women standing with us and all of us are gonna work around the clock until we catch every last person, but we need your help." new orleans police say several
connected to the shooting. your 7-day forecast is coming up in 10 minutes winter storm watch for all of siouxland sunday night through tuesday temperatures today were still below average but at least it wasn't quite as cold as yesterday when highs were only in the low to mid 20s. clouds will be moving in again o o sunday and we could even see a ight chance of some flakes of snow by later in the afternoon as a storm system will be moving into siouxland. things get more interesting sunday night as a mix could start coming down in southern siouxland with light snow beginnng to fall farther north. snow then overtakes the region monday with moderate to heavy snow possible at times with over a half foot possible
claus. the fun, festive event also included a pancake breakfast, crafts, and cookie decorating. "it's a little bit different environment instead of just meetin santa claus. you get the whole experience with breakfast, we got christmas music playing, we got elves running around doing face painting-- it's something unique to sioux city," said sioux city recreation supervisor for parks and recreation, eric griffith. while there, kids could not only visit with santa, but also with his elves and mrs. claus. "today is breakfast with santa and we come all the way from the north pole just to see these kids and get them psyched up for christmas!" said mrs. claus. mrs. claus says santa will be looking over all the kids in siouxland this holiday season. today local shops promote small business saturday. find out what one local store is doing to celebrate...coming up. winter storm watch for all of siouxland sunday night through tuesday temperatures today were still below average but at least it wasn't quite as cold as yesterday when highs were only in the low to mid 20s. clouds will be moving
winter storm watch for all of siouxland sunday night through tuesday temperatures today were still below average but at least it wasn't quite as cold as yesterday when highs were only in the low to mid 20s. clouds will be moving in again on sunday and we could even see a slight chance of some flakes of snow by later in the afternoon as a storm system will be moving into siouxland. things get more interesting sunday night as a mix could start coming down in southern siouxland with light snow
snow then overtakes the region monday with moderate to heavy snow possible at times with over a half foot possible for many of us. we could see some light snow linger into tuesday as the system moves away from siouxland. we'll then be left with drier conditions for late next week with highs still staying mostly below average. we take a look into downtown
city native and vietnam veteran, rob hardy. he says every day's a bit more fun and he's happy to be at the whistle stop. "at retired status you have to find something to do so luckily i got into chuck's shop here on nebraska...which i consider to be the best," said vendor, rob hardy. they say "small business saturday" helps support local business owners and their families. each business provides something special to siouxland. in sioux city...tommie clark...ktiv news 4. >> pierce street coffee works is another siouxland shop that benefits from "small business saturday." 21 years ago ron johns helped open the coffee because he felt like sioux city needed a good coffee house. he says throughout the shop's years-- it's always had great support from local customers. "i think because it's a small business you know mom and pop kind of thing that the community can
come to and support the employees that work here things like that i just think it's a great place to hang out," said pierce street coffee works owner, ron johns. pierce street coffee works serves breakfast and lunch 7 days a week. johns says every walk of life comes in and the doors and he loves that anybody can sit down and relax at his coffee shop. long weekend of college football winding down. morningisde was playing in a big game here in town. yeah, playing for a chance to reach the naia semifinals a place they've been three of the last four years. first they had to play tabor college. those highlights in just a minute. and would iowa state mens basketball team be on upset alert? playing illinois in a championship game down in florida. we'll talk about it next in
expect their team to make it this far. 10 of the last 12 years they've played in the naia quaterfinals. three of the last four years into the semifinals. only thing in their way of that - eighth ranked tabor college of kansas. mustangs survived a four-overtime game last week. we pick it up as a 6-0 mustang lead in the first - tyler kavan looks to add to that -oh no - fumbles the ball - it wouldn't cost them though. same score in the second now - ryan kasdorf to connor niles - 46 yards - one of two kasdorf td's - 13-0 mustangs. later in the second quarter - kavan bounces outside and follows all his blockers - for a 13-yard score making it 20-0. third quarter now - 31-0 - handoff to austin ebertowski - he's got some horsepower - 29 yard score and the route is on. kavan again - he rushed for 100 yards and adds his second score here. morningside into the naia
clobbering of tabor college. "it felt good getting back on track after last week," said tyler kavan. "not being exactly where we wanted to be on both offense and defense but finally getting back on track playing like we usually do." "a lot more experienced on defense," said steve ryan, morningside head coach. "last year we were playing at this time of the year with all freshman kind of in the secondary. on offense i think we've got a lot of weapons. last year we were very heavy on brandon wegher and devin thomas. at this point of the year devin was out and we were very brandon oriented so i think we got a lot more guys that can do things." morningside will host southern oregon next weekend. paul rhoads coaching in his last game at iowa state - on the road in west virgina. cyclones fans not the start you want hoping to send coach out on a win - joel lanning's throw is undercut and picked off. and that led to the first points of the game - shelton gibson catches it and does the rest - five guys
here comes the sixth, 7-0 west virginia. this a real bright spot for the cyclones - freshman runing back mike warren - led all freshman in the nation in rushing yards, had 74, finished with 1,339 on the seaosn. but iowa state, not going to send coach or seniors out with a win. mountaineers beat the cyclones 30-6 the final. division i fcs playoffs - northern iowa hosting eastern illinois we'll pick it up in the third quarter - panthers leading 23-10 - aaron bailey to charles brown - the strength to hold himself up gets in for the score - 52-yard score. eastern illinois not going away quite yet - addison bounds on the receiving end of a jump pass - back within 13 but they'd never score again. uni - they would score again - bailey rolling out - deep to daurice fountain. northern iowa big winners 53-17. they advance to play portland state next saturday.
to advance on the road against montana. jackrabbits in a big hole - down by 24- third quarter - tyran christion to jake (win-eh-key)wieneke over the middle - that would setup a jackrabbit field goal. south dakota state driving again - christion to (win-eh-key) again - 36 yards - spectacular grab out at the one. then a few plays later - christion runs it in - jackrabbits on the comeback - they score 17 unanswerd. but montana is able to run out the clock - too steep a hole to climb out. grizzlies win 24-17 the final. iowa state has opened the young season with four rather easy wins. the fourth ranked cyclones in florida. playing in the emerald coast classic. in the championship game tonight against illinois. cyclones closest game was a six-point win on opening night. very tight first half - jameel mckay with the alley-oop - cyclones go ahead by three. then abdel nader trying to lengthen that lead - steal and finish - he had 18 points.
- the alley-oop to nader - holy smokes - iowa state gets some breathing room. cyclones would pull away - montae morris jumper - he had 20 points. and georges niang - team high 23-points - scores in the paint. iowa state winners - 84- 73. the musketeers fall on the road in sioux falls, 2-1. jackson keane scored the musketeers only goal. that drops their record to 9-10. musketeers will be back in action on friday against team usa's under 18 development team.
wake up in your first home. wake up in a home with a new address. wake up in a home with no address. your dream home evolves, and protecting it takes committed support. american family insurance. 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 determine 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 choice: to defeat it. vo: right to rise usa is responsible