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says the hunt to find him began within minutes... (sot: unidentified witness) "we saw people get out of their cars and run towards the action. some of them grabbed their guns." in new surveilance footage today... people dive for cover... ... a child plays until someone scrambles to pull the youngster to safety. while footage on israeli media appears to show the killer coolly walking down the street... ... pretending to shop in a grocery store... .. then firing more than 15 rounds. the family home of the suspect - an arab israeli - was raided today... ... his brother arrested... his own dad alerted police... ... i am deeply sorry he says... his son was mentally unstable he claims... or was he inspired by isis... a computer was seized from the home. (sot: isaac hertzog/ israeli opposition party leader) "it requires a deep search as to the possibility that it may be isil." for the victims... a candle light vigil... one group had been celebrating a birthday... ... until the lives of alon bakal, 26, and shimon ruimi, 30, were ended in cold blood. (simmons on camera 1:27 - 1:46) tomorrow funerals will be held for the two men murdered... while tonight there is no sign of their killer... and no clear motive has been established. israeli police are looking at intelligence while special forces are helping the manhunt... the fear is that he may attack again.
staying overseas, one day after fire engulfed a high-rise luxury hotel in dubai on new year's eve, the building was still sending up smoke. and authorities said they don't know the cause yet. a look inside the lobby showed extensive damage. the fire injured at least 14 people, none seriously. the building is one of dubai's most upscale hotels and residences. thousands of dutch revelers braved cold
plunge in the north sea. they hit the water as part of a tradition thought to date back to the 19-60's. the event is now held as a charity fundraiser with each swimmer required to buy a ticket. across the netherlands, 40-thousand people planned to take the frigid swim. more mass shootings and more scandal. 20-15 seems like a year of history repeating. mary moloney looks at the national stories that made headlines this year.
the palmetto state voted to remove the flag from the state capitol for the first time in 54 years. racial tensions were not confined to charleston with black lives matter rallies happening in cities across the country protesters were outraged by the police killings of unarmed black men like freddie gray, jamar clark and walter scott. june saw two historic decisions from the supreme court of the united states. in a 6-3 split the court saved the affordable care act. a divided court also ruled that same-sex couples can marry nationwide. (nats) while many cheered the 5-4 ruling some sharply disagreed. in a small kentucky town a clerk of the court sat behind bars for preventing her office from issuing marriage licenses. kim davis made headlines again when she publicly announced she'd had a private meeting with pope francis during his visit to the united states. the holy father made stops in philadelphia, new york, and washington d-c making history as the first pope to address congress. (pope francis): "god bless america." a report from congress accused japanese auto parts manufacturer takata of putting profits ahead of safety. takata disputed the report's conclusion saying it had a number of "inaccuracies" but the company's faulty airbags resulted in a huge recall affecting 34 million cars. and new england rocked the sports world in january when the patriots were accused using under-inflated balls to win a playoff game (tom brady/quarterback)
high pressure will prevail as we ring in the first weekend of 2016! sunshine and warmer temperatures are expected through the rest of our saturday before clouds come back during the day on sunday. we could even see a flurry possible with the thick cloud cover. we dip back into the 20s for highs on sunday heading into the start of the workweek. abundant sunshine will return for monday. your 7-day forecast is coming
missouri governor jay nixon toured flood- ravaged areas today as the record high water levels start to recede. people could finally return to their homes to survey the damage and start the clean-up process. officials say areas along the meramec river and south of saint louis appear to be hit the hardest after the meramec swelled over 35 feet. the devastating floodwaters destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses and displaced thousands of people. at least 15 people died in the saint louis county area. crews searching for a young boy with autism north of philadelphia find his body in a canal. jayliel vega batista's disappearance on new year's eve set off an intense search in allentown, pennsylvania. the five-year-old had run out of a home shortly before midnight without shoes or a coat. crews searched around the clock -- combing woods, a railyard, industrial buildings, homes, the lehigh river, and canals. that's where fire department
discovered his body this evening -- after a resident spotted something shiny in the water, and found what's believed to be the boy's tablet. soldiers say goodbye to a woman who was the last to hug them when they deployed from fort hood- and the first to embrace them when they returned. crowds came to a visitation for elizabeth laird today.. hugging outside a funeral home in texas. a gesture the so-called "hug lady" would have no doubt appreciated. laird touched countless lives with her touch over the years at fort hood. giving soldiers comfort as they left- sometimes scared- for unknown adventures. and greeting them when they came home- sometimes battle- scarred. the new year means nebraska's minimum wage is increasing by a dollar to nine dollars an hour. it's up from $8 an hour in 2015 and 7 dollars and 25 cents before that. the increase is the final phase of a two-step minimum wage hike approved by voters in 2014. nebraska's last minimum wage increase before that
staying in nebraska, today, the ponca state park held a unique competition that's nationally recognized-- a fruit cake fling. residents from the tri- state area each threw a fruit cake to see who could chuck it the farthest. ktiv's tommie clark was there and shows us why the event was much more than a competition..
nervous because i've never done this before, but it was really fun," said 10- year-old, keira sexton. "it's a cool experience and you can just hike and it's fun with your family," said ian sexton. "it's cold so you get to bundle up with your family and have a nice time," said 15-year-old, quin sexton. "it was a great opportunity to come out to a beautiful state park and have a good time with the family. we've done this kind of thing before, kind of staying in a cabin type of environment and it's a lot of fun," said dennis sexton. they say it was more than a friendly competition... "we have so much stuff going on sometimes we don't get to see each other very much so it's just nice to have some family time. it's kind of quality time," said 10-year-old, keira sexton. and they plan on coming back next year... "well i'm definitely going to have to practice for next year because gonna have to get things right. it's not like throwing a ball so i have to work on that for sure," said dennis sexton. >> those fruit cakes are nature friendly-- made with bird seed so wildlife around the park can eat them. coming up on news 4 at 10 the muskies look to keep their winning streak going tonight. could d ey make it three in a
up in sportsfource ! days after the paris attacks, senators came together for a top-secret briefing on the terrorist threat... marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks later, terrorists struck again in san bernardino... and where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans.
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sam curtiss joins us now for sports. iowa state opening up big 12 play on the road. playing down in norman, oklahoma. going up against the third ranked sooners. these teams split ththr regular season matchups last season. the cyclones hoping to hand oklahoma their first loss. highlights out of the break. and the musketeers hosting sioux falls. it was a big game for one of sioux city's rookies. stay where you are because you don't want to miss it next in
praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. bernie sanders passed more amendments in a republican congress than any other mememr. cracked the gridlock with john mccain strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders. a consistent, principled, and effective leader. building a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. two regular season meetings. each finishing 12-6 in big 12 play. both teams very good again this year as they came into tonights matchup ranked, oklahoma having not lost and isu with only one loss. two great seniors in this one -
oklahoma's budd hield. first half - cyclones up a half-dozen - gegeges niang drives - up and under falls - early eight point lead. later in the half - isu still leading - buddy hield that's a highlight worthy dunk - cyclones led 41-37 at the half. late second half - 73 all - deonte burton charging full speed goes behind the back - and lays it in isu up 75-73. a minute later - isaiah cousins nails the three - sooners regain the lead. and they'd hold on for an 87-83 win over iowa state. iowa looking for another big win on the road at fourteenth ranked purdue. first half - jared uthoff blocks vince edwards - mike gesell pushes and the pass to uthoff who finishes - he was the only bright spot in the first half. uthoff had 16 of iowa's 20 points - he'd finish with 25 - hawkeyes trailed 37-20 at the break. but iowa came back in the second half - dom uhl pops the three foror 47-46 lead. now it's 62-57 - gesell dishing it seven assists tonight - nicholas
iowa gets their first win at purdue since 2006 - 70 to 63. 9-5 northern iowa on the road at at 12-2 southern illinois. second half - the salukis are up by six - wes washpun good footwork - gets the panthers within four - washpun led the e am with 19. southern illinois kept going on small runs to push the lead - anthony beane scored 32 points - three ball there panthers down eight. but they slowly climbed back in it - klint carlson with 11 off the bench - and uni did get a chance to tie or win it. down two - under two seconds - intentionally missed free throw - ball is loose
- no. southern illinois downs uni 75-73. 8-6 nebraska hosting 11-3 3 indiana. jack mcveigh steps out - cranks a three to give nebraska a 31-30 lead. a few minutes later - huskers up 36-34 - mcveigh his second three of the game - he had 16 off the bench - huskers led by 3 at the break. second half - hooisers out in
had 1616 nebraska within one. but indiana outscored nebraska 43-30 in the second half - yogi ferrell game high 24 points. nebraska now 8-7 on
the year losing 79- 69. second ranked morningside women have no problem with unranked midland on the road winning 87-66. madison braun and jordyn wollenburg each scored 15 points and added two assists a piece in the win. mustangs are now 14-1. mustang men however lose by double digits to midland, 78-49. brody egger had 11 points, the only morningside player to score more than 10. fourth ranked briar cliff women lose a close one to concordia on the road, 77-75. mckenzie shipley led the way scoring 19 points in the loss. they fall to 12-3 on the year. the charger men pick up a high scoring win over concordia, 90 to 82. bryan forbes led the way with 23 points. shane graves nice day with 16 ppints and fourssists. bcu improves to 15-2, and 6-1 in gpac play. the musketeers have won two in a
coming out of the winter break. but the games aren't any easier, hosting conference foe sioux falls who has beaten sioux city four of five times this season. sioux city has looked sharp - outscored opponents 7-2 in their last two. scoreless s the first period - - power play for sioux city - one-timer shot by eeli tolvanen - his 11th - 1-0 sioux city. sioux falls was on the attack - cam gornet played great in goal - stops one of the ushl's top scores parker tumoie there. and then stops josh passolt right there - muskies still up one. sioux city back on the attack - mitchell fossier great shot deflected off by stefanono lekkas. no worries - alex steeves and teemu pulkkinen look like they know what they're doing - pulkkinen goes top shelf. sioux city wins it 4-1.