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a wanted suspect is in critical condition, tonight, after he shot himself while being apprehended by federal and tribal officials on the santee sioux indian reservation. (matt) an fbi spokesperson says the male suspect was armed at the time. he refused to surrender peacefully, and allegedly shot himself. the fbi didn't identify the in omaha, nebraska, told ktiv, this afternoon, that a man wanted by police was involved in an incident on the santee sioux reservation, today. 25-year-old david hoffman has been on the run, in northeast nebraska, since tuesday afternoon. that's when he stole a niobrara, nebraska police officer's weapon as the officer tried to arrest him for burglary and theft. he took off on foot. the nebraska state patrol and other agencies joined the search for hoffman as niobrara schools a a some businesses were locked down. officers searched cabins and other buildings at niobrara state park, but there was no sign of hoffman. niobrara state park reopened this morning.
seen... until this afternoon on the santee sioux reservation. an fbi spokesperson has promised additional details will be released on the reservation shooting. but, she didn't say when those details would be released. an teen faces arson charges after a fire that damaged a home in spencer, iowa yesterday. eighteen-year-old bianca watkins arson. the home lococed at 612 3rd ave. west ended up with major fire damage to the kitchen and dining area. watkins also faces two counts of animal abuse. former iowa congressman tom latham is battling cancer. the 10-term congressman, who represented northwest iowa, and north-central iowa, announced the news on his facebook k ge, today.y. latham says doctors have diagnosed him with a form of lymphoma. the republican says he, and his family, are "working with a great team of doctors, and have a treatment plan in place." latham says he confident he can
and be back to "full speed" soon. (matt) take it slow is yoyohave driving to do tonight, or tomorrow morning. (sheila) the fog has settled in over siouxland, again. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us with the first look at our forecast. a mix of precipitation made its way across siouxland today with a dusting of accumulation for some of us. as the heavier precipitation lifted to the north, drizzle and fog took over and that will continue into tonight. our lows will be close to that ever- important 32 degree mark tonight so just be careful of the possibility of some slick conditions by thursday morning. by later on thursday, our next surge of moisture comes our way and this will give us the chance of some light snow developing from thursday afternoon into thursday night and continuing into friday as well. (sheila)
(matt) check those powerball tickets, carefully. the drawing, right here on ktiv, is just a few minutes old. here are the winning numbers: 02, 11, 47, 62, 63 and powerball 17 and t t power play is times 3. (sheila) you're 300 times more likely to be struck by lightning than winning tonight's powerball. but, that did not stop folks from lining up today to buy a chance at the half-billion dollar jackpot. 8:59pm was the cutoff to buy powerball tickets. a handful of last-minute buyers
boulevard to buy them before the deadline. the 500 million dollar jackpot is the 4th largest ever. one casey's employee spoke about how busy the store was with keeping up with the extra business. the winner of tonight's lottery will have the option of receiving the full 500 million dollars over a period of 30 or, the lump-sum, cash payout of just over 300 million dollars. again, those numbers are 2, 11, 47, 62, 63 and powerball 17. the power play is times 3. and, for all of us who aren't going to win a major jackpot, what's the best way to become financially fit? 1:12 "look back over the last year or last few months. determine what you spent and then determine how to spend your money more wisely as you going forward and then budget for that." the president of f&m bank joined
some tips for financial success in 2016. he says include your spouse when setting your budget. that's because most troubled marriages have issues over money. set aside savings for a "rainy day". and, don't forget to budget something just for you. similar to a diet, if you cut back on everything you like it's easy to "fall off the wagon". sioux city police no longer have access to addresses in south dakota to find drivers caught on speed cameras. south dakota governor dennis daugaard's office said the block went into effect today. sioux city police officers can still access a driver's name and information about their vehicle. a 2014 law blocksouth dakota from sharing driver information when collecting a civil fine for an infraction captured on camera. sioux city police chief douglas young has previously said south dakota blocked the private contractor overseeing the cameras from getting the information. but, his department was still able to access it. overhead sign work will close the inner lane of the southbound lanes of interstate-29,
interchange to north of pierce street exit. the sign work begins 9 a-m and will go until 3 p-m, weather permitting. the iowa dot wants to rerend drivers to drive with caution and be prepared for traffic backups. the 2016 session of the nebraska legislature is underway in lincoln. lawmakers kicked off the 60-day session this morning with an expected focus on property taxes, prisons and a state budget shortfall. goveveor pete ricketts hasas identified property tax reduction and prison reforms as his top priorities this year. lawmakers are also expected to consider a comprehensive roads bill to speed up some projects, k-12 education funding and a new medicaid proposal to help cover thousands of uninsured nebraskans. following a mission to help people impacted by historic flooding in missouri, some iowa national guard troops are now back home. about 45 guard members were in high ridge, missouri to help flood victims.
year's eve the troops were on their way to help with water purification and other services. the guard members, who are based in central and northeastern iowa, returned to iowa late this afternoon. north korea claimed it set off and tested a hydrogen bomb. experts worldwide are disputing that claim. as north korea claimed it set off a hydrogen bomb it released footage of north koreans cheering the announcement. something big exploded at the north korea test site, but the white house says the earthquake waves it made don't indicate an h-bomb. but, experts say, dictator kim jong un ... ordering today's test... signaled he is developing an h-bomb. sot: victor cha, center for strategic and international 12;08;49 and so even if this weren't a hydrogen device that is clearly their intention 54 the u-n security council unanimously agreed to toughen sanctions. but, nothing has worked so far building an h-bomb. still to come.... a man battling cancer had his custom bike stolen. a look at why the bike meant so
just be careful of the possibility of some slick conditions by thursday morning. by later on thursday, our next surge of moisture comes our way and this will give us the chance of some light snow developing from thursday afternoon into thursday night and continuing into friday as well. most of siouxland will likely see 1 to 3 inch accumulations through friday. the wind will pick on saturday and this will start to bring our temperatures down. highs on saturday will be in the upper teens before we go below zero by saturday
a new, kid-friendly siouxland organization that has been in the works for several years is finally coming together. the launchpad children's museum is just wrapping up construction of its new facility in downtown sioux city. workers are still installing exhibits like the "water table," where kids can learn how to another attraction, called the "construction zone," is an exhibit where kids can learn to use the six simple machines. "everything in here is hands on. we are not a museum in the traditional sense," director, bob fitch. "everything the kids get to touch and feel cranks and move the blocks and they're in charge of everything. it gives them a
world." the launchpad children's museum will have a special members-only opening on february 5th and will be open to the public on february 11th. still to come.... an unlikely invitation for one presidential candidate. a mosque in iowa has invited a visit...even after his anti-muslim comments. > 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. over the last 3 years, rubio has missed important national security hearings and missed more total votes than any other senator. politics first: that's the rubio way. right to rise usa
do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
good morning, honey. mmm. honey? so sorry, mrs. parker. so sorry... find a doctor, coordinate appointments, or transfer records with bewell 24/7. one of the many services provided exclusively to wellmark members. call 844-84-bewell. (matt) the nation's oldest mosque, located in eastern iowa, is extending an invitation for a presidentialcandidate. (sheila) the mother mosque of america in cedar rapids is inviting republican candidate donald trump to stop by. the invitation comes after trump's first campaign ad was released. it says trump thinks the u.s. should stop muslims from entering the country. when the candidates, themselves,
iowa, they often send surrogates, or even family members. nats of guns shot republican presidential candidate mike huckabee's wife, janet, stopped by sioux city's "yards shooting range" during a campaign stop this morning. the meet and greet was part of the huckabees' 150-stops around iowa to lead up to the iowa caucuses on february 1st. huckabee was able to speak with supporters, and then shoot in the range. it comes just a day after president obama's announcement that he'll use executive orders to tighten gun laws. mrs. huckabee agreed that background checks are important, so they can focus on americans with mental health issues. but, she argued the president's action
only hurts current gun owners. "to do what he did, i don't think it is going to have a bearing on the previous shootings, obviously," huckabee said. "i don't think it is going to help those who are going to break the law anyway.it just makes it harder for those who are already law abiding citizens."
sent an e-mail to supporters with a link to printable targets they can use. the targets include parts of the president's agenda, including "common core", "obamacare", and the
75- thousand papapaax code. gop presidential candidate rand paul is returning to iowa, tomorrow. the kentucky senator will be in council bluffs at 10:00 a.m. thursday morning. from there he heads to sioux city for a "stand with rand meet and greet." that takes place at 1:00 p.m. at the wilber aalfs library in downtown sioux city. carly fiorina's campaign will return to siouxland next week. the republican candidate will be in sioux city on monday at bev's on the river for a town hall meeting. the event starts at 5:30 p.m. "coffee with carly" will be held at the midwest deli cafe on east second st. in downtown holstein on the next day, january 12th. the event will start at 10 a.m. and give iowans another opportunity with the candidate before caucus night. doors open at 9:30, and the event is free and open to
cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
hoping things turn around -- and soon. someone stole his one-of-a kind bike which was his only form of transportation. a month ago from today someone stole a rare motorized-bike from brett garbes's front porch. brett has been battling stomach cancer and has a clogged artery, so he struggles walking far distances. he said he even has a hard time walking up the stairs to his home and can't ride a normal bike. he doesn't have the money to buy a car right now. and without his motorized-bike, he's had to rely on friends and the bus to get around. "it really helped..... helped me get around,"brett garbes, bike owner, said. "he uh pretty much used that for every bit of transportation," gerald griffith, brett's son said. "this is the motor it's mounted on the
" how's he gonna get to work... how's he gonna do all the stuff he needs to do..." brett's bike was worth more than a thousand dollars. he actually bought this bike to replace one he made that broke down. and, now he says he's been worried about losing his job because it's been hard to get around. you still have a few weeks left to sign up for health insurance under the affordable care act. open enrollment began november first and the deadline to sign up for coverage under the health insurance marketplace is january 31st. even if you're still enrolled from previous years, it pays to look at your options and shop for a better deal. there are tax credits and cost-sharing reductions that you can qualify for to help you pay for coverage, but if you don't have any health insurance or you don't have an exemption, you'll have to pay a penalty. "if you don't, if you just decide i'm going to forego it and i'm going to pay that penalty, this year that penalty is going to be $695 per
person or 2.5 percent of your income, which ever is higher and the bottom line is if you choose
health insurance you still don't have that piece of mind coverage," says brookhart. if you need help to sign up or want to talk about your options, there's the "beat the rush" enrollment event next week at the siouxland community health center. you can stop in on wednesday, january 13 between 8 am and
7 pm or thursday, january 14 between 8 am and 5 pm. you don't have to make an appointment, but you have to bring important information like social security numbers, household income, and other health insurance options. also, you can always call the health insurance marketplace at the number on your screen or go to healthcare.go v. (sheila) brad's here -- bragging rights were on the line in sioux city. briar cliff traveled to morningside -- with both games having national implications. and, iowa state shoots for their first big 12 win against a much-improved team from texas
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and affordable. and it's a little-known virus that can have devastating effects on children. we'll have ways to prevent it. basketball teams met as morningside hosted briar cliff. the mustangs are ranked second in the country and the chargers are 11th. morningside has won nine
the mustangs had a 14-point lead at the half, 35-21. second half, the lead grows. morningside goes inside to jessica tietz -- 2 of her team-high 15 points. briar cliff shot 50 percent in the second half -- morgan hansen gets free for 2 -- she led all scorers with 17 points. but morningside made 12 three's
in the game -- taylor bahensky drops in the triple -- she had 13. mustangs led by as many as 27. even when the mustangs missed -- it worked out o-k. lexi ackerman had 11. morningside beat briar cliff for the tenth straight time, 80 to 60. the sixth-ranked briar cliff men -- on an 11-game winning streak -- taking on the mustangs, who've beaten the chargers seven straight times. the chargers scored 9 of the first 11 points of the game -- austin homan with the strong move. it's 9- 2. morningside cuts into the lead. blake van ginkel attacks the basket for two -- mustangs down 39-32 at the half. briar cliff led by as many as 12. clay harreld with the
led bc with 21 points. bc would hang on -- shane graves shows a burst and gets the layin -- he had 16 and briar cliff wins their 12th straight 78-73. other men's finals in the gpac. northwestern upset number-13 dakota wesleyan, 102-96. colton kooima had 34 points. dordt, getting votes in the naia poll, beats mount marty, 78-57. on the women's side, fifth-ranked dakota wesleyan beats the red raiders, 73-70. mount marty hands dordt their ninth straight loss, 80-73 in double overtime. in the openers in the iowa conference in storm lake -- the buena vista men top simpson 89-77. kennedy drey had 22 points. the b-v women get a win, 74- 62. in past years, a win over texas tech was about as close as you get to a 'sure thing' in the big 12. but the red raiders -- picked to finish last in the big 12 -- brought an 11-1 team to hilton coliseum. the 13th-ranked cyclones trying to bounce back after a loss at oklahoma.
raiders by 37 points last season in ames. iowa state turns defense into offense. monte morris steals sends it to jameel mckay for the throwdown. mckay with 19 points -- isu up ten at the break. it gets close in the second half. georges niang -- didn't score in the first half with three fouls -- hits the 3 to put isu up 65-60. niang with 14 in the second half then, matt thomas works himself open with under 2 minutes to go -- 3 of his career-high 22 points. the cyclones finally close it out -- off the miss, morris feels abdel nader for the stuff. iowa state beats texas tech, 76-69. the northern iowa men lost at missouri state, 59-58. the panthers are 1 and 2 in the valley. the south dakota men fall on the road at fort wayne, 85-65. the coyotes fall to 9-8. former cherokee star cody ege's dream of playing in the major leagues is getting closer. on tuesday, the lefty got a call from the marlins -- inviting him
where he'll compete for a spot on the big league roster. ege ended this past season pitching for the marlins triple-a team in new orleans, after getting traded from the rangers organization. in 48 games, the lefty had a 6-2 record, with an earned run average, under one. the 24-year old has a 14-3 career record, with an overall era of 2-point-11. ege will report to the marlins camp on february 18th. could we see two cherokee natives in the big leagues next season? right-handed pitcher matt koch, was added to the arizona diamondbacks 40-man roster in november. koch was traded from the mets organization in august. he went 5-8 with a 3- point-2 era in double-a last season. tonight: areas of fog, drizzle, and freezing drizzle. low: 32 wind: