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today, the governor of south dakota also laid oututis agenda for the year with his state of the state speech. dennis daugaard says lawmakers should pass a half-cent tax increase to improve south dakota's teacher pay. he says doing this would make teacher's pay more competative with neighboring states. nebraska governor pete ricketts gives his state of the state on thursday. ricketts says he will not meeting with the president tomorrow in omaha at uno. ricketts has a scheduling conflict and plans to send the lt. governor insnsad. the president delivered his final state of the union address tonight. president obama combined an ambitious agenda with a sense of hope fo the futre. the also, urged members of congress to work together. and, hopes the speech will serve as a call to action. "our optimism and work ethic, our spirit of discovery and innovation, our diversity and commitment to the rule of law - these things give us everything we need to ensure prosperity and securititfor
gop candidates for president criticized the president's speech. donald trump says it was boring, slow, lethargic and hard to watch. one issue overshadowin g the president's speech, the american sailors detained by iranian guards. ten were taken after the americans after two ships drifted into iranian waters in the persian gulf. just minutes ago, a u.s. defense official said plans were in place for iran to return the sailors to a u.s. navy vessel in international waters someone soon. cold tonight, but a warmer day on the way tomorrow. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us now with the first look at our forecast. there was sun today but there sure wasn't warmth as temperatures were a good 20 degrees below average for most of us. but as quickly as we cooled down, we'rere going to warm right back up. clouds will move in tonight which could give us a few flurries. but with those clouds, temperatures won't fall much and then a warm front moves in sending temperatures
the 20s and 30s for sisixland already tomorrow. today, new information on the student accused of bringing a gun to north middle school in sioux city. police say he's a 12- year-old boy and in 6th grade. and, he faces a charge of carrying a concealed weapon for the incident yesterday morning. police say the student showed his friend the unloaded handgun. the friend told his parents who then notified the school. "we don't believe in the i itial conversations that we had that there was the intent to bring a weapon to school to do harm to that student, to another student, to a staff member, anything like that," said dr. gausman. "again, that doesn't make it any less serious to us." the school district will make a final decision on the student in the next 45 days. for now he's not allowed on campus. a woodbury county sheriff's deputy is being credited with
a woman had been reported missing in sioux city two days ago. she was found near moville, iowa next in snow next to her car around 5 p.m. her name isn't being released. she was sent to mercy medical hypothermia. the nebraska state patrol investigating a deadly crash involving a sheriff's deputy in colfax county. deputy dananoughlin from fremont was going east on highway 30 when his car hit a deer carcass near rogers. that's two hours southwest of sioux city his vehicle crossed the center line and hit another vehicle. the deputy had just gotten off work. authorities in sac county, iowa have released the name of a man killed in a fire last week. when fire crews arrived on the scene between breda and auburn on friday morning, they found the house had already burned to the ground. the sheriff says 48-year- old daniel robert mielk died because of the fire. foul play isn't suspected. the cause is still under investigation.
discarded smoking materials caused the fire at sneaky's chicken in sioux city yesterday morning. sneaky's is continuing catering operations from a different location until cleaning and repairs can be made. parenting in a digital world was the target of a talk tonight at south sioux city middle school. the presentation showed parents take charge of their childs online activity. an education lawyer stressed that parents need to be both active and educated about their children's social media sites. "you need to be on the exact same platform as your kids are. i tell parents it's kind of like you want to live in the same town as your kid. your kid wouldn't move to lincoln and you stay in south siououcity so you want to be living in the same place as your kids are online as well. " said karen haase. the lawyer added common sense media is a good source for parents who want to learn more about individual apps. the link to that website is embedded in this story at ktiv-dot-com. still to come... our sportsfource extra team is bringing you highlights from basketball teams all over siouxland.
average for most of us.
but as quickly as we cooled down, we're going to warm right back up. clouds will move in tonight which could give us a few flurries. but with those clouds, temperatures won't fall much and then a wararfront moves in sending temperatures into the 20s and 30s for siouxland already tomorrow. highs by
with highs in the 30s and 40s across the region. then cooling takes over yet again with highs dipping into the 20s by friday with temperatures dipping back below zero again by saturday night with highs on sunday not getting out of the single digits for most of us. friday is the only chance of prpripitation with some flurries
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i'm brad pautsch. in metro action, the east and north boys take on counicl bluffs schools -- while west takes on sb-l. the big matchup in siouxland had number-1 western christian traveling to moc-floyd valley. we'll check out 11 ranked teams in all -- including winnebago, walthill and pender in nebraska. we'll start in sioux city. the east boys are 8 and 2 -- but had a chance to avenge one of those losses to
the lynx beat the
black raiders by 21 points a week ago -- and moved into the class east trying to tie for the win. motivation from coaches before the big game. east comes out strong in the 2nd half, a turnover leads to a nnor murrell layup, and the black raiders go up by five. the connor murrell show would continue -- he gets the pass and makes the reverse layup, murrell had 26 points. but after that, the lynx take control -- ryan schutt posts up and gets the ball, he makes the basket and one to cut the deficit to six. later on, scsctt -- uses his size to muscle his way in for the easy bucket, council bluffs abe lincoln beats east for the second time, 74 to 60. the north boys hosting council bluffs t-j, who's 1 and 9. the stars come out playing defense -- 2 blocks on the defensive end leads to a fast break -- they can't convert right away but tavian williams eventually tips it in -- north up nine afer a quarter. more good glass-work -- trent
rebound and puts it back in --
stars led 40 to 18 at the half. junior jailen billings starts to heat up -- he drills the 3 pointer -- north getting what they want. billings has a quick release -- that one hits nothing but net -- north rolls over council bluffs tj, 73-43. the 14th-ranked sioux city west girls taking on sgt. bluff-luton. west rolling in the second half -- sky silvas with the steal -- she'll take it 'all the way the other way' for the layin. wolverines up by 17. sbl closes the gap -- madison wegner stops and pops the 15-footer. warriors cut the lead to 11. sbl gets the lead under double digits -- anna lucas drills the long 2-pointer -- it's an 8-point game after three quarters.
rachel knudson-kobold plays like she's 6-10 -- powers it up inside for 2. west downs sbl 64-45. a top-ten battle in kingsley -- #4 k-p taking on #11 lawton-bronson. early 3rd quarter, kingsley-pierson strikes as addison hirschman pulls up and nails the three pointer to give the panthers a five point lead. the eagles keep fighting, lexi binder gets the ball inside, and makes the shot to pull lawton-bronson within three. later, the panthers offense looks good as marina keck gets the pass off a backdoor cut, and she makes the layup, panthers trail by one. the eagles take control from there, kaitltl ricke grabs the loloe ball and hits the e cket and l-b gets a big victory, 45 to 39. the western christian boys are 8 and 0 against iowa teams -- their only loss was to sioux falls o'gorman. the top-ranked team in 2a -- the
were playing their fourth straight road game against moc-floyd valley. the dutch are the highest scoring team in 3a -- and are ranked ninth with a seven game winning streak. this one, a non-n-nference matchup, but there was a big fight feel in orange city. first quarter - moc down 8 - levi jansen - just 11 points tonight - but gets into the lane and hits to bring the dutch within 6. here's western now - josh van lingen - such a force inside - but he can step out too - that three part of a 24-point night - leading all scorers. christian korver and the dutch had an answer - korver - 22 points - a shot so pretty even donald trump is loving it - make orange city great again. but western would hold a steady lead - taylor miedema st waiting for it in the corner - good - western christian over moc, 62-53. boyden-hull, ranked fourth in 1a -- visiting unity christian. the knights got out to a great start - going inside to luke niewendorp - the big man had 16 points, 5 points inside for unity. the knights got out by as many as 9
hulstein, who buries the three. back for boyden-hull - dalton moser hit four threes tonight - moser led all scorers with 24 points - added 8 rebounds. the comets can hit from distance - chandler brunsting - 14 points, 6 rebounds - also went 9-of-9 from the free throw line. boyden-hull gets a fight, but holds on, 69-60. the top-ranked unini girls -- looking to get to 12 and 0 agaiait boboen-hull. business was good in orange city tonight - first quarter, the lob inside to anna kiel - she can't finish but josie blankespoor can. then kiel underneath - this time kicks it out to chanda zomermaand - for three - zomermaand had 19 points. the knights got out to a 10-nothing lead before boyden-hull stops the bleeding - abbie kleinwolterink on the layup. but unity wowod run away with it early - kiel - averages 19 a game - she had 20 tonight -
over to nebraska -- the 10th-ranked pender girls making the short trip to homer. first quarter - pendragons trailed 3-0 - kamryn anderson alone for a three - game squared early. but pender took off from there - anderson gets behind everyone - pass ahead - easy lay-in - knights out to a 19-7 lead. keali mari for homer - the junior - wide open for the elbow jumper - homer playing catch up all night. in the post - cecilee jacobsen good move - banks it in - smiles on that one with a teammate. pender winners 70-42. still to come, we'll see ranked boys teams from walthill and winnebago. and, iowa state and nebraska
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the cyclones were trying to get a win at texas -- a team isu has beaten four straight times. shaka smart coaching against the cyclones for the first time. iowa state shooting a lot of three's again -- georges niang drops one in. cyclones up by 4. texas likes the long ball too -- eric davis jr makes the three -- longhorns up 11 at the break. but iowa state fights back and we head to overtime - texas up 2 in the extra frame - isaiah taylor makes the big shot. cyclones with a chance with 3 seconds to go - but niang's three point attempt goes begging - iowa state loses for the third time in four games, 94-91. nebraska, who just ended an 11-game big ten losing streak -- trying for two in a roagainst minnesota. huskers look good early -- glynn watson, junior, stops and pops for r 2 -- gives the husker fans
nebraska builds a big first half lead -- kansas transfer andrew white hits the 3 -- the rout was on. then, shavon shields finds freshman ed morrow for the hoop and the hack. the big red pulling away. huskers playing good "d" -- watson's steal starts the break -- he finds shields behind him for the drop in -- nebraska beats minnesota 84-59.-. let's go back to the high school courts in nebraska. walthill and macy are only about 8 miles apart -- and their rivalry was renewed. ktiv's sam curtiss is here with more. walthill has won 8 of their first ten games -- and are ranked eighth in class d1. the bluejays were taking on 5 and 5 omaha nation, who's won three of their last four. kobe smith for walthill and dajuan parker for omaha nation warming up. these teams play with electricity - parker with two guys in his face - high bank - 2-0 o.n. jayden sheridan great move into the lane - squares it right back up. parker driving the lane again - can't quite get that but darius fourkiller cleaning it up for his teammate.
tonight - sheridan strokes the three. walthill winners 80-64. the winnebago boys -- number-1 in class c-2 -- looking for their 34th straight win against emerson-hubbard. second quarter - indians lead 39-18 - david wingett goes baseline himself - 36 points for the star. winnebago getting contributions form everyone - spectacular behind the back pass - cedrick blackdeer finishes. closing seconds of the half - tyler haberman drives it in lays it in and then d'von lapointe going to beat the buzzer at the half. that's going to do it for