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report from des moines straight ahead. and, a medical controversy after new guidelines come out about women and mammograms. good evening, thanks for joining us, i'm sheila brummer, tonight, we begin with news that we first told you about on our website, ktiv.com. a student at sioux city's north middle school arrived on campus today with a handgun. ktiv's robert lowe is with live link 4 at north middle school. robert, what's the very latest? sheila, just a short while ago, i got off the phone with sioux city community schools superintenden t dr. paul gausman and he was quick to note the weapon was not loaded. however, he says this is all about student safety and that fact doesn't take away from the severity of the issue. dr. gausman says the district received the
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bring a weapon to campus before the day began. once the student got to school, they were able to search, locate the weapon and then detain the student. he was then taken into custody by the police. once again, it's important to note, that the student didn't have the capability to load the weapon, but dr. gausman says that doesn't change the severity of the issue. "we will follow all of the necessary steps, procedures and protocols to make certain that we do all that is necessary to keep our students and staff members safe," said sioux city community schools superintendent, dr. paul gausman. now, speaking of those procedures and protocols, it's important to note that student can't return to school until this case is fully resolved. of course, explusion is a very likely possibility, but dr. gausman says that will
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this case moves forward. we have a winter weather advisory for a small section of siouxland tonight. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us now with the first look
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siouxland tuesday from 3 am until 10 am despite a lot of clouds, we all saw some warming today with central and western siouxland being the warmest topping out in the 20s and 30s. this warming is very brief because a cold front moves through tonight bringing with it a few evening snow showers (with only a dusting expected) and briefly windy conditions that bring in the cold yet a ain. northeastern siouxland is under a wind chill advisory tuesday from 3 am until 10 am for wind chills colder than -20 degrees. school funding will be front and
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moines, this legislative a debate over state aid will rather than later... at gogornor terry branstad's'sequest. ktiv's matt breen is with "live link 4" at the state capitol in des moines with more. sheila... governor terry branstad says, last session, lawmakers failed to pass his 2-point-5 percent increase is supplemental aid for schools. this year, the governor wants to do more for schoolol.. extending a tax that's'sot set to expire until 2029.
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the one-penny state sales tax, which funds school infrastructur e, to generate money to adadess water quality in iowa. "i think the big concern is we don't have a long-term reliable source of funding for that," said branstad. "that's where sharing in this sales tax growth gives us a long- term, reliable source of funding for what i think is already a good strategy." administration officials say the first $10 million in new revenue, each year, would go to schools. the remaining would go to water quality programs. "so, it's significant growth on top of what schools are already getting plus providing a share of that growth to water quality," branstad said. how much more? an additional $20.7-billion for school infrastructur e, and nearly $4.7-billion for water ququity. "critics in the legislature say the penny tax was approved at the local level to help local schools before it was modified to help all schools equally," said matt breen. "and, moving that money robs iowans of the chance to vote on the new direction."
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those concerns. but, when looking at the best ways to fund water quality and education, branstad says his plan is better that the alternative. "it puts in on property tax," branstad says. "and, iowans don't want that." ======== branstad says he's made a number of tough budgeting decisions to arrive at the budget he'll offer tomorrow morning during his "condition on the state" speech. the six-term governor was optimistic, though... saying he didn't have to dip into the state's emergency cash reserves to balance the bottom line. i'll be in the house chamber for tomorrow's speech. look for my coverage, from the capitol, tomorrow on ktiv. sheila? tomorrow nighthtthe president will deliver his last state of
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first lady's guest box will be staff sergeant spencer stone. he is one of the men who prevented a terror attack on a paris-bound train last august. plus, there will be one empty seat. it's to represent those killed by guns in ameria. three gop candidates traveled througugnorthwest, iowa to try and win over voters before the iowa caucuses three weeks from tonight. dr. n carson stopped at a townhall in denison this afternoon. cronk's cafe was full of community members of all ages as the republican spoke about his vision for the country. that included a "hiring freeze" for the federal government. he also talklk about his goals for foreign policy and fighting terrorism. "we have to shut down all of their monetary sources throughout the world so that they can't transfer from," "because that's how they pay people. that's how they're able to recruit." carson talked about taking oil away from isis or destroy it as well as bombing isis centers where they have oil tankers. gop hopeful carly fiorina made a stop at bev's on the river in sioux city tonight.
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since fall, the former ceo is confident iowans will pick the right winner on caucus night. fiorina stated she was the 17th out of 16 candidates to begin the gop race. the former ceo says americans need to quit settling for the status quo and make thright changes. "this is a nation that has always valued merit over privilege. and hard work over entitlement and we have always been a nation that said yes. when other nations said no can't be done." fiorina will be in holstein tommorow morning at midwest deli and grill. the meet and greet begins at 10 am and is open to the public. presidential candidate, rick santorum, also stopped in siouxland today. the rupublican spoke at the pizza ranch headquarters in orange city. santorum says he's concerned about international issues such as isis and the iran nuclear deal. santorum will be in cedar rapids, iowa tomorrow. the next republican presidential debate on thursday night will feature just seven candidates on the
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senator rand paul did not qualify for the main debate. the two will join candidates mike huckabee and rick santorum in the undercaca debate earlier in the evening. the debate will be live on the fox business network on thursday night. and, former president bill clinton will be in sioux city on friday to support his wife's campaign. an event will take place at morningside college on friday at noon at the olson student center. doors open at 11:15 a.m. for information on tickets, check out our website at ktiv.com. a fire firced a popular sioux city chicken restaurant to close its doors today. fire started in a storage shed that was added onto sneaky's chicken on gordon drive. this was all happening while the owner, dave ferris and employees worked inside. ferris and hisismployees made it t safetly. fire officials say despite the sub-zero temperatures and difficult conditions they got the fire out quickly. sioux city-fire rescue making sure their facilities are up to code. they're looking for a $230,000 grant to pay for fire sprinklers in four different
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for two of them. "those station were built before ititas requirir. it wasn't part of the builng code, but to probably make them up to date it would be required," said sioux city mayo bob scott. mayor scott says the fire department should find out soon if they receive the grant. one in eight women will be impacted by breast cancer during her lifetime. later in healthbeat 4: why new advice telling women "later might be better" for mammogogms isn't the right prescription for some medical providers. wind chill advisory for ne siouxland tuesday from 3 am until 10 am marco rubio thinks it's unfair to criticize him for missing votes.
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despite a lot of clouds, we all saw some warming today with central and western siouxland being the warmest topping out in the 20s and 30s. this warming is very brief because a cold front moves through tonight bringing with it a few evening snow showers (with only a dusting expected) and briefly windy conditions that bring in the cold yet again. northeastern siouxland is under a wind chill advisory tuesday from 3 am until 10 am for wind chills colder than -20 degrees. while tuesday stays cold, warming isn't far behind. we could see highs get back into the 30s as soon as wednesday. then
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the warmest of the days ahead before more cooling returns for the weekend when highs only get into
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a lucky guy! meet sioux city's newest millionaire and what he plans to do with all that powerball cash.
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big check today. joel dominguez bought his ticket at the gordon plaza hy-vee in sioux city. the first five numbers on e ticket matched, but missed the powerball number. joel who is 23-year-old, says he always believed he would win a big lottery prize. after taxes, he gets $700,000. he bought a few tickets for the drawing and his wife and family thought he was joking that he won. "they couldn't believe it, my wife couldn't believe it. she made me send her a picture of the ticket. it's a feeling that i never had before that i probably never have before unless i win that one point three four billion dollars you know?"?"oel dominguez said. joel said he plans to use his lottery winnings to help his family, pay bills and he and his wife both plan to complete their college degrees. e next drawing takes place on wednesday night with a jackpot of a record-breaking $1.4 billion dollar prize. and, joel says he plans to buy more tickets for the drawing. sioux gateway airport is making improvements a half-a- million dollars in
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tonight, sioux city council approved a contract for a private airplane hangar. the other one was damaged by storms in 2014. city leaders decided to replace it instead of repairing it since replacement would be less expensive. "we've never built real t-hangars for small airplanes and so we're building ten of those to see how successful they'll be. if they're successful and the rent's justified we'll probably build more in the future," said sioux city mayor bob scott. mayor scott says there's a need for the hangars and construction will start right away. flu threat! straight ahead in healthbeat 4: the strains making people sick in the hawkeye state. what's america's best-selling brand of trucks? you're in for a big surprise, pal. actually, you're not. it's ford f-sesees, again. and, it wasn't even close. same trucks that have been leading the industry for 39 straight years. why? game changin' innovation. like f-150's high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy. which helps make it stronger, more capable and more efficient than ever.
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-- the u-s preventive services task force released new recommendati ons on mammograms. and once again... they're creating controversy in the medical world. erika edwards reports in tonight's healthbeat 4.
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in their 40s ... but that decision should be made by a woman and her doctor after discussing her personal risks. cost should not be a barrier becausus federal law mandates health insurers cover mammograms for women starting at ag 40. the issue is that women in their early 40s are at lower risk for the disease... but at higher risk for false positives from mammograms. (sot: therese bevers, md - md anderson cancer center - :51 - 1:03) "i think it's important to realize though that a lot of the false positives in the early 40s result because that is a woman's first mammogram and we have no prior mammograms for comparison." many breast imaging experts insist the potential for life-saving screfning outweighs risks of false-positives. state university's james cancer hospital - 1:10 - 1:14) "i lives, not allow them to be lost." about 200-thousand women in the u-s every year -- killing 40-thousand. erika edwards, nbc news. >> the new recommendati ons do not apply to those with a strong family history of breast cancer or other major risk factors. doctors say thoswomen need to be screened earlier than others. the iowa department of public
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the rise in iowa. three flu viruses are active in the state. that includes two types of influenza a and an influenza b strain, all of which are covered by this year's flu shots.s. ioio's health department medical director says it's still not too late to receive the vaccination. (sheila) mark freund - in for brad pautsch tonight - with some high school hoops. (mark) in the metro, the bishop heelan and south sioux boys squared off down at the pit - while the siouxland christian... ...girls hosted east sac. and we'll head to storm lake, where the ridge view boys looked to stay unbeaten. plpl, the iowa state menenay their recent losing track is
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you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty.
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the new ap iowa boys basketball poll. the crusaders are 7-and-3, and 1-and-1 in 2016. heelan, hosting south sioux city, who's just 2- and-8. the crusaders - playing without leading scorer deandre burnside tonight. first quarter - check out the outlet pass from jack boever to elijah hazekamp - tosses it three- quartererof the way - hazekamp takes care of the rest - he had 16 points to lead heelan. but south sioux played with a ton of fire tonight - off the inbound play - lance denney gets an open look. then the cardinals keep it inside with kalvin warner - south sioux had a three point lead after one. but heelan would wake up - bryce reynolds kicks it out to boever - for three - bishop heelan wins at home, 52-to-41. the ridge view boys, number-10
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storm lake. early on, ridge view takes control as a forced turnover leads to tyler wingert taking it in for the layup to put the raptors up two. later, the raptors continue their attack, braden n se gets open on the inbounds play, and he drains the three, ridge view up 4. but the raptors doesn't stop there, off the drive, the ball is kicked back out to else who drains another three pointer, to give the raptors back the lead. but this was storm lake's night, josh werge finds jal lieth in the corner for three - parker lange scored at the buzzer and storm lake pulls the upset at home, 66-to-64. back to sioux city - the siouxland christian girls hosting east sac county. the eagles had a three-point halftime lead - but the raiders kept it close all night - lexi willson on the rebound and putback. later - siouxland christian on the break - faith campbell - just a freshman - bucket and the foul - eagles up by 6. willson kept east sac in it all
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within 4. but in the fourth quarter - siouxland christian hangs on - rachel nelson stops and pops - the eagles outlast east sac county, 54-to-50. iowa state has won 30 of its last 32 games at hilton coliseum. both of their home losses in that stretch have come to baylor. the bears came into hilton and beat i-s-u, 94-89 on saturday. the cyclones have now w st two of their last t three games. i-s-u hits the road for its next two games. first up - is 9-and-6 texas tomorrow night, down in austin - the longhorns have lost three of their last four. in their last two losses, the cyclones led for at least 29 minutes in each game. i-s-u just needs to re- learn how to finish games. "this isn't the end of the world," said iowa state h hd coach steve prohm. "we're three games into conference play. you're not even thinking about the conference championship race until the last t weeks of the season. we've had some really good wins. we've closed games. we've done all the things we just
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other day. we've got it in us, we've just got to be better at it." iowa state and texas are the late game on espn-2 tomorrow - tip off is set for 8 o-clock. iowa's mike gesell is the big ten player of the week the senior from south sioux city, nebraska notched his first career double-double in an 11-point win over nebraska last tuesday. gesell is second in the big ten in assists, averaging almost 7 per contest. he's also averaging a career-high 9-point-9 points per game. iowa, 3-0 in big ten play, travels to michigan state on thursday. the spartans are number-4 in the new ap poll. iowa moves up three spots to 16th - iowa state drops four spots to 17th. baylor's win over the cyclones gets them back in the poll at number-22. kansas is still number one, followed by oklahoma. college football national championship game - clemson leads alabama 24-21 in the 4th quarter. deshaun watson has two passing touchdowns for the tigers -
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