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winning powerball numbers be drawn right here on ktiv. (sheila) those numbers, for the record-breaking, 1- point-5 billion dollar powerball jackpot are: 8, 27, 34, 4, 19, and the powerball is 10. the powerball has been the talk of the town for the last week... as the jackpot just kept growing. (matt) it's drawn international attention, too! ktiv's sam curtiss talked with ticket buyers, today. sam, did they feel lucky? it's safe to say so. this jackpot has drawn in a lot of people who say they don't normally play. which means higher ticket sales
if you're just joining us, here are those winning powerball's winning numbers: 4, 8, 19, 27, 34 and the powerball is 10. if no one wins, the next jackpot is projected to be $2 billion. in the newsroom, sam curtiss, ktiv news four. hundreds of people crossed state lines for their chance to be a billionaire...fr om nevada into california...waiting in a
four hours. so, why wait in such a long line? nevada doesn't participate in lotteries. we might still see some patchy fog tonight but it still won't be that cold. but will the slight warmth last into our thursday? meteorologist tj springer joins us now with the first look at our forecast. we are finally getting just a little bit of relief after our bone-chilling stretch of cold weather, but enjoy the warmth while it's here because more cold is on the way. clouds will stay thick through the night with temperatures in the upper teens. some patchy fog is also possible. we will climb back above freezing during the day on thursday under mainly sunny skies. an alberta clipper is expected to move through siouxland but we are not expecting much in terms of precipitation. some flurries and maybe a burst of light snow is possible for our thursday night, which
hayes leaving the tyson plant, in dakota city, nebraska. "sunday i hadn't heard from shaniqua, which was odd," said kaitlyn nguyen, hayes' coworker and friend. "so sunday night at work i continued to try and contact her, didn't hear anything back from her and then in the morning i went to her second job, went to her house trying to find her." "when you have no contact and everybody you've talked to has not seen her, i mean you just automatically as a human being think the worst. and when you say you found her, it's just a relief," said dominic hayes, shaniqwa's cousin. woodbury county deputies say hayes could only blink when they found her lying in the snow late tuesday afternoon. deputies spotted her car on private land, in
getting a call from dispatch in dakota county. because the farm land but this is a google map shot of the farm. the arrow shows where her car was found. she was found a few yards away near a grain bin. "we looked for footprints, we didn't see any, just the snow was completely undisturbed around all three doors beside the drivers side of and the keys were still there," said deputy david hansen of the woodbury county sheriff's office. "her cell phone was still there. her wallet was still there." hayes' family and friends said they contacted sioux city police, on monday, when they weren't able to get a hold of her since sunday afternoon. sioux city police say they encouraged them to contact the dakota county sheriff's office since that was where hayes was last seen. a dakota county lieutenant was able to ping hayes' cell phone, and give woodbury county deputies the location, which was near moville. tiffany lane, ktiv news 4. >> hayes is at mercy medical center, in sioux city. family members say she's still not able to talk, but they are hoping for a speedy recovery. the storm lake police department will soon start using body cameras. this week, police hosted a town hall meeting to answer questions from community members. during the meeting, an officer showed folks how the cameras are, worn and how they work. storm lake's police chief says the cameras are a big addition for the department. "this is going to be a new type of technology where the officers are going to be videotaping them a lot more when they come in one to one contact, so if the citizens have questions on privacy, or when will the cameras be rolling, how will the data be stored, how will it
opportunity to answer any of those types of questions." said mark prosser, public safety director/police chief. there has been some controversy about the use of police body cameras in other parts of the country. authorities, in storm lake, say they don't think the cameras will have much of an effect on the way they do their jobs. "i think it's pretty much business per normal for us. we're going to keep working the same way we normally work, only difference is everything's being recorded." said storm lake police lieutenant chris cole. storm lake police expect body cameras will be placed into full service by later this month, or early next month. schools in the norfolk, nebraska area rejected proposals for transgender athletes. today, members from district 3 of the nebraska school activity assocation met in norfolk. the proposal that came closest to passing was one to allow students to participate in sports based on their gender at birth. 21 members voted "yes", but another 26 members voted "no." the second proposal only got 11 "yes" votes. had it passed it would have allowed students to identify with the gender on their birth
which can be changed. battle creek superintenden t jay bellar says they'll consider all proposals that follow the wishes of the schools. "fair playing field for all students and that everyone has opportunity to participate, and that means everybody. that's the tough questions, who are we and what are we about and are we for everybody. i think this gives us a more indication that we need to consider all people." enough school officials supported the plan to athletes to participate in sports based on their gender at birth will be considered by a statewide group in april. president obama made a stop in omaha, nebraska following his state of the union address. the president touched down around two this afternoon. his first stop was to high school english teacher lisa martin's house. martin wrote a letter to obama last year and today the president stopped by her home. later on, while
reiterated some of his most popular points from his state of the union speech and the strength of the american economy. president obama :20 "we made good decisions and now have the strongest, most durable economy in the world. we are in the midst of the longest streak of private sector job growth in history." a meeting with the family of fallen omaha police officer kerrie orozco was also scheduled. iran's state-run t-v aired video of what it says is the moment u-s sailors were detained by iranian naval forces on yesterday. the 10 sailors were captured after their two naval boats entered iranian waters near farsi island, in the persian gulf. the wait for their release dragged on for hours, with iranian officials interrogating the sailors about their motives and demanding a u-s apology. a u-s official said the sailors traveled on
point in the persian gulf today. the sailors then boarded the guided missile cruiser, where they underwent medical checks. still to come.... meet a former siouxland big brother who is now giving back. she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the
drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit
i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and
i approve this message. marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio.
bit of relief after our bone-chilling stretch of cold weather, but enjoy the warmth while it's here because more cold is on the way. clouds will stay thick through the night with temperatures in the upper teens. some patchy fog is also possible. we will climb back above freezing during the day on thursday under mainly sunny skies. an alberta clipper is expected to move through siouxland but we are not expecting much in terms of precipitation. some flurries and maybe a burst of light snow is possible for our thursday night, which could linger into
pressure will then take over for the weekend with more sunshine but brutally cold temperatures. highs will barely make it above zero for saturday and sunday with low temperatures plummeting towards that -10 degree mark. wind chill values could approach -25 degrees as well, so bundle yourself up if you have to go this weekend. we will begin to moderate some just a bit as we start off the work week with temperatures rebounding back towards the middle 20s. still to come.... see how religious leaders around siouxland came together to promote religious tolerance and
than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field.
once again those winning powerball numbers for the record-breaking, 1- point-5 billion
dollar powerball jackpot are: 4, 8, 19, 27, 34 and the powerball is 10. leaders of different faiths, from all around siouxland, came together today. not only did they have a dialogue about their differences, but they helped feed the hungry as well. ktiv's tommie clark has more.
leaders share, and cherish. "faith is supposed to make you a better human and what is bebeer thananaving tolerance and accepting the other and living with the other and contributing
to humanity? what's better then this?" said mosque of sioux city's imam eyad najdawi. rabbi guy greene, of beth shalom congregation, reached out to leaders of different faiths to unite them for one purpose. "it's going to be a real show of support for the muslim community since they've been attacked and hurt in so many ways, lied and talked about in ways that are just not acceptable,"said the most reverend r. walker nickless, bishop of the diocese of sioux city. every leader grabbed a food item... packing food. ...at the food bank of siouxland, and got to work... packaging food. packaging food sacks for kids in the community. "it's very important we come together to work on projects together and show our tolerance, understanding of each other and learn from each other," said congregation beth shalom's rabbi guy greene. the religious leaders say they
respect for every religion and practice. "i've been very concerned about the political stuff that's going on in our country right now and the divisions that are being caused by what people consider to be faith issues and casting a whole population of people in a bad light," said trinity lutheran church's pastor paul johnston. they say by coming together, they're showing their congregation s how to accept and understand one other. closing a box of food. "the whole concept is to make sure that our kids from different faiths understand that regardless of what you follow, you belong to the human kind and the best of the human kind can come together and make a community. i cannot say enough about how much i feel personally proud of living in the siouxland area," said mosque of sioux city's imam eyad najdawi. in sioux city...tommie clark...ktiv news 4.
january is national l g brothers and big sisters montnt and our local branch is in desperate need of mentors. at the agegef 13...david romo was introduced to o e big brbrhers big sisters' program. a prprram that matches mentors with children who lack an adult-like figure in their life. he was matched with a big and now romo has changed roles...from the mentee now to the mentor. romo and his little brother nico share the love of sports that romo did with his big. currently in siouxland--the re are 162 matches. but, there are still 47 kids who need mentors---44 of them being boys. to see how you can get involved, visit ktiv dot com. still to come.... a healthcare provider who needed
he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. a norfolk health care provider is having the tables turned and getting
help from those he's made better over the years. (matt) when physician assistant john davies s srted having nosebleeds last year, he traveled to faith regional health services in norfolk, where he was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the livera fairly rare condition that affts less than one- tenth of one percent of americans annually, only treatable with a liver transplant. a facebook post about davies went viraland the donor phone lines lit upwith over 100 calls from people willing to help. dr. kari galyen, sunny meadow medical clinic: "it's just a true testament to the type of
he has provided people. i've had numerous people stop me in the hallway or over the phone that say 'he has helped me out so much over the last few years, this is the least i can do.'" davies says he has
found a likely match, and now wants to advocate for organ donation so others can get the same response he did. davies: "that's the blessing think about how everybody thinks they owe me. they don't owe me these types of things, but they want to help. they want to say "i can do this.'" his condition still can't keep davies completely away, while his workload has lessened quite a bit, davies still sees patients at sunny meadow from time ti time. brad's here -- with college basketball action. the briar cliff haven'lost a game in almost two months -- trying to keep their
surgery can be extremely expensive. but just how much does it cost? we'll show you the hidden costs you need to know about before you opt for surgery. one of the most popular christmas gifts is resulting in multiple injuries. what you need to know bere you hop on a hoverboard. straightames and has climbed to number-4 in the naia rankings. the chargers lead the gpac at 8 and 1. bc was hosting dordt, who's in second place in the conference at 7 and 3. the chargers -- 17-2 overall -- haven't lost a game since november 18th. but dordt did not back down -- dalton franken drives through a lot of traffic for 2 -- he led the defenders with 18 points.
bryan forbes gets the bucket and bonus -- he led briar cliff with 20. bc up 54-48 at the half. dordt answers -- alec henrickson -- a freshman from spirit lake -- scoops in the layup and gets fouled. henrickson had 11. but briar cliff is too strong -- austin lefler drops in the jumper and the chargers win their 14th straight game, 106-83 over dordt. the briar cliff women trying to snap a 3-game skid against the last place defenders. chargers down 8 at the half -- but kaylee blake powers in the 2- pointer -- she led bc with 16 points. briar cliff goes on a 15-nothing run -- alex fuller's three gives the chargers their first lead since the first quarter -- it's 33-30 chargers after three. in the fourth -- dordt keeps it close. mycah hulst has it blocked, but recovers to score. the defenders only scored 13 points in the second half. the chargers outscore dordt 36-13 after halftime -- mckenzie shipley posts up and scores.
other local scores. the top-ranked morningside women improve to 17-1 with an 86-48 blowout at number-6 dakota wesleyan. the mustang men just fall short in their upset bid, 82-80 the red raider women win at mount marty 97-87 despite 46 points for the lancers' alex kneeland. the northwestern men keep mount marty winless in gpac play, with an 81-54 victory. in the iowa conference -- the buena vista women lose to coe 107-95. the b-v men get the win, 65-63 to even their record at 7 and 7. the hawkeye basketball team snapped a nine-game losing streak to michigan state last month. tomorrow, iowa will try to win on michigan state's home floor for
the first time in 23 years. iowa is 3 and 0 in the big ten, including that 83-70 win over the spartans on december 29th. another win over michigan state would get them to 4-0 in conference play for the first time since 1999. the spartans are 8-0 at home this season,
average of 26 points. michigan state will also have denzel valentine back -- he missed the first meeting with an injury and is averaging nearly 18 points per game. "denzel's the type of player that just makes everyone
around him better," said iowa senior mike gesell. "he's a big part of their offense when he is playayg. as a player, you want to go against the best players very single niiht so it's going to be a good matchup for us. we're going to have a lot of different guys on him. it will be a fun matchup." iowa and michigan state tipoff at 6 o'clock thursday on espn. former nebraska and nfl running back lawrence phillips has been found dead in his prison cell, and officials suspect suicide. guards found the 40-year- old phillips unresponsivivin his cell shortly after midnight. he had been in isolation for nearly three years after he was suspected of killing his cellmate. he was convicted of choking his girlfriend and driving his car into thrhr teens in 2005. phillips ran for over 17- hundred yards as a aophomore at nebraska -- helpininthe huskers win national titles in '94 and '95. the e oux city explorers have re-signed shortstop
their best everyday player. in his first season with the x's -- he led the team 129 hits, 29 doubles and 74 rbi's. he led the league in hits while hitting .316 and made the post-season all- star team. perio played in all 100 regular season games while helping the x's set a new american association record with 75 wins. home opener is may 19th. also, the south dakota and northern iowa men both lost on the road. we are finally getting just a little bit of relief after our