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it. iowa lottery officials say 23 year old bryon stewart who is from onawa is the winner. those officials validated his ticket this afternoon. and said he matched the first five numbers but missed the powerball. which that is a $1 million prize. but those officials say he added a powerplay to his ticket. doubling it. after taxes, stewart is bringing home $1.4 million. stick around at six, we'll hear from the winner. live in onawa, sam curtiss, ktiv news four. as we mentioned off the top of the show, tonight, there were three tickets that matched all five
of the three tickets entiteld to a share of the 1-point-five billion dollar jackpot was sold in munford, tennessee. the winning ticket was sold at naifeh's food market. this afternoon, the store was awarded 25,000 dollars for selling the ticket. munford is a city of just 6,000 people, it is about 30 miles north of memphis. california lottery officials say one of the winning tickets was sold at this 7-11 in chino hills. a crowd gathered at the store after the news broke to congratulate owner balbir atwel atwel was awarded one-million dollars for selling a winning ticket. he says he's excited to share this moment with the community. one of the other winning powerball tickets was sold in melbourne beach, florida. the winning ticket was sold at this publix, according to lottery officials. so far, the winner has not come forward. since there were three winners the jackpot comes to 526.6 million dollars per
lottery, the store will get a one hundred thousand dollar bonus for selling the winning ticket. with winners announced across the country, and in iowa, did the state's governor get in on the powerball frenzy? "no. no, no, i don't. you know, for one thing, if i won, they would think it was rigged. so it's one of those things, i know there's a lot of excitement and unfortunately it wasn't an iowan that won, and there's a personal reason for that. if an iowan would have won, the state would have gotten a lot of tax money in iowa, too," says iowa governor terry branstad. governor branstad says he's not a gambler, but respects the fact that others get excited about it. he stopped by the ktiv studios this morning as part of his "condition of the state" address tour of iowa. nebraska governor pete ricketts gave his annual state of the address, in lincoln, this morning. afterwards, he made his way to south sioux city for the first leg of his tour to tout his message. ricketts spoke with media about his top priority... property
low unemployment rate of 2.9 percent, which is the second lowest in the country. but, ricketts says that also leads to challenges finding a skilled workforce. "we've created the nebraska developing youth talent initiative which is working with private sector companies to get them involved to get them involved with our schools to help develop some of that training at an early age," said nebraska governor pete ricketts. today, ricketts also taked about the controversial policy the nebraska school activities association board passed that would allow transgender students to participate in sports. the board passed its gender participation policy on a six-to-two vote. "as the father of two daughters, i can tell you, i'd be very concerned about boys competing in sports against my daughters," said ricketts. "i think what some other boards have voted for, which is gender at birth to determine this is absolutely appropriate." he also talked about his brief
he also talked about his brief visit with president barack obama, in omaha, yesterday. after south sioux city, ricketts headed to columbus. if you liked the warm temperature today... don't get too used to it. meteorlogist tj springer joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. i hope everyone enjoyed our little mild stretch of weather across siouxland because it's quickly going to be erased as we move towards the weekend! a cold front is expected to drift through the region later on tonight which will set the stage for yet another arctic blast. a few flurries and a spotty snow shower or two will be possible in the overnight, along with the frontal passage. winds will pick up as we move we roll into friday in conjuction with much colder and winder conditions. wind chills will most certainly be a factor, with many spots feeling temps. below zero, so bundle up out there.
as the iowa legislative session wraps up its first week, lawmakers are still processing governor terry branstad's request for more state aid to schools. sioux city's education association is advocating for raises for local teachers in their initial proposal for tbhe 2016-2017 school year. regional director bruce lear says, like every year, they hope to get more pay for teachers. this year, the union is asking for an six-percent increase for salaried teachers. "teachers are professionals as we begin this process, what we're looking for is the recognition of the work that they do in order to help kids achieve," bruce lear, director for the sioux city education association.
smaller class sizes, which would require the district to hire more teachers. the sioux city community school board will review the proposal, and provide a responding proposal on january 28th. afterwards, the groups will have private negotiations to settle on a final contract. the republicans get set to debate, tonight, in north charleston south carolina. and there could be crisis in the cruz campaign. steve handelsman has the story.
news / bloomberg, political analyst :37-:43 a financial relationship with goldman sachs, there is no worse brand name for the populous of the republican party than that" nats born in the usa donald trump ....who's playing born in the usa at his rallies to mock cruz being born in canada... is calling the cruz finance story a very big thing sot: donald trump (r- presidential candidate ) :53-:59 "i know nothing about it. but i hear it's a very big thing. i hope he solves it. i think he's a nice guy and i hope he gets it solved." trump and cruz have played nice for months but at the center of seven debaters tonight, can the texas senator stay nice, with trump using the birth issue and now finances? sot: matt lewis, the daily caller 1:10-1:17 "if there is a debate question and ted cruz sort of demurs and refuses to say anything critical about donald trump now i think he'll look kind of weak" and time is running out for damage control (insert ends) (two second pause) audio outcue: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. >> 18 days out from the iowa caucus, hillary clinton's edge over bernie sanders has shrunk to just two percentage points in
bloomberg/de s moines register poll released today. clinton leads sanders 42- percent to 40-percent. the poll included 503 likely democratic caucus-goers and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percent. still to come on live at five... isis claims responsibility for an attack in indonesia that killed two people, and injured dozens more. and... the actor who brought severus snape to life on the silver screen has died. we'll look back at the life and career
a police station -- before engaging police in a fire fight. a starbucks coffee shop in the city center was hit by another blast at the same time. islamic state group backers have circulated a claim of responsibility for the attacks. crews are searching for the cause of a fire that ripped through an oil well in oklahoma on wednesday. crews say the damages total about 20-million dollars... which include 22 oil tankers that were destroyed along with other equipment on site. crews fought the fire for several hours and large plumes of smoke blew into traffic - shutting down multiple roads. luckily, no one was hurt. u-s authorities said today that ten prisoners from yemen who were held at guantanamo bay have been released and sent to oman for resettlement. secretary of defense ash carter announced the release today. he said the prisoners were sent to oman after a thorough security review. carter also said the administration will work with u-s congress, where many want to keep the prison open, to find a secure location inside the u-s to hold those who can't be freed.
from time to time... but you don't expect the mistake to come from the white house. thursday, the white house's official twitter account tweeted out what they thought was a comment president obama made during a town hall. the president said "the main impetus for better politics is going to be the american people." the tweet's quote said, "the main impotence for a better politics is going to be the american people. they have to demand it." the white house deleted the tweet, and sent out the the cold will return. but just how cold will it get? tj's full forecast is coming up after the break. a 2-million dollar powerball
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.
western has been claimed. if you're just getting home here's a quick look at today's headlines. iowa lottery officials say 23 year old bryon stewart who is from onawa is the winner. those officials validated his ticket this afternoon. and said he matched the first five numbers but missed the powerball. nebraska governor pete ricketts gave his annual state of the address, in
lincoln, this morning. afterwards, he made his way to south sioux city for the first leg of his tour to tout his message. ricketts spoke of what he says is his top priority, property taxes. meteorologist tj springer joins us with the forecast. i hope everyone enjoyed our little mild stretch of weather across siouxland because it's quickly going to be erased as we move towards the weekend! a cold front is
to drift through the region later on tonight which will set the stage for yet another arctic blast. a few flurries and a spotty snow shower or two will be possible in the overnight, along with the frontal passage. winds will pick up as we move we roll into friday in conjuction with much colder and winder conditions. wind chills will most certainly be a factor, with many spots feeling temps. below zero, so bundle up out there. the strongest cold front will move through on of arctic air. as this moves through saturday evening, more snow is expected to move through with accumlations of 1-3 inches possible. the sun will return sunday along with bitterly cold conditions. temperatures will fall as far as 20 below zero sunday night into
battle with cancer. rickman was known by millions for his role as potions master, professor severous snape, in the "harry potter" movies. trained at the prestigious royal academy of dramatic art, rickman was often cast as the bad guy. he played villain hans gruber in the first "die hard" movie. he was also the wicked sheriff of nottingham in "robin hood: prince of thieves"... and a wayward husband in the 2003 romantic comedy "love actually". alan rickman was 69. the husband of award- winning singer celine has died after a long battle with throat cancer. rene angelil passed away this morning at the couple's home in las vegas. he was 73. angelil was born and raised in montreal and embarked on a music career there in the 1960s. he went on to guide dion's career as her manager and mentor. the two married in 1994 and had
together. when we come back....we'll step in to the ktiv kitchen for a quick and easy way to keep that new year's resolution. 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 until eight million children got health care. 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.
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we'll be right back after this... 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. just another washington politician you can't trust.
priority for nebraskans... at six. born in august in washington, d.c., panda cub bei bei ( ) is set to make his public debut at smithsonian's national zoo on saturday. the panda house at smithsonian's national zoo -- home to four giant pandas -- has been closed since august, when the youngest one, bei bei was born. if you don't want to stand in line or you're not planning to go to d.c., you can keep track of bei bei online instead, watching one of the smithsonian's panda cams. let's check in one more time with ron. i hope everyone enjoyed our little mild stretch of weather across siouxland because it's quickly going to be erased as we move towards the weekend! a cold front is expected to drift through the region later on tonight which will set the stage for yet another arctic blast. a few flurries and a spotty snow shower or two will be possible in the overnight, along with the frontal passage. winds will pick