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million dollar prize. but stewart added a power play which doubled that to $2 million dollars. stewart, who works as a security officer at the winnavegas casino & resort in onawa, said he bought his winning ticket wednesday night, just a few hours before the powerball drawing. he had a total of three tickets for the drawing. does he think that working at a casino added to his luck? "there is luck there," he said. "it's a great feeling." iowa lottery officials say after taxes stewarts prize comes down $1.4 million. i'll have a full story on stewart tonight at 10. live in onawa, iowa, sam curtiss, ktiv news four. unfortunately for us, the temperatures are going to drop. here to tell us more is meteorologist tj springer with the first look at our forecast. weather ad-lib i hope everyone enjoyed our little mild stretch of weather across
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. nebraska gov. pete ricketts for his annual state of the
>> governor ricketts was also in south sioux city today. the governor touted nebraska's low unemployment rate of 2.9 percent, which is the second lowest in the country. two days after delivering his "condition of the state" speech, in des moines, iowa governor terry branstad has hit the road to sell his ideas to iowans. the focus of his speech, on tuesday, was an extension of the penny sales tax to pay for school infrastructure and water quality. branstad wants to extend the tax by 20-years, to 2049. the first 10-million dollars of new revenue, each year, will go to schools. right now, all schools share 458-million dollars. but, by 2049, the total grows to 788-million dollars, annually. over the next 33-years, the tax split will be worth 4- billion dollars to the state's water quality initiatives.
businesses i've talked to, the environmentalists i've talked to all are complemetary that we've come up with an "outside the box", unique idea here," said gov. terry branstad, (r) iowa. "it's one that can be done without raising taxes at a time that i don't think iowans want to see their taxes go up." branstad said the idea to extend the penny sales tax came from a conversation he had with sioux city community schools superintenden t dr. paul gausman. the community development agency, in south sioux city, is looking for commercial developers to propose ideas for nearly 20 to 30 acres of land. the area, which is called the "all american division", is behind the walmart on cornhusker drive. it has 11 available lots. each one is between one- and-a-half and three-and- half acres. the price is about 35- thousand an acre. today, the board met to discuss possible options for the area including a spec building. "a lot of these businesses are one they're looking for land, which
of times we're also looking for a space and looking for it in a short period of time." the cda has been marketing the land for a few years. they have looked at different things including restaurants, sports bars and a bowling alley. for anyone interested in purchasing land they can contact the economic development director at the number on the bottom of the screen. tobacco products may soon be banned in some parts of spirit lake, iowa. steve schwaller from kuoo radio is here to tell ususore. steve. the use of any form of tobacco products, including smoking and electronic cigarettes or "vaping" devices, may soon be off limits at city parks and outdoor recreational facilities in spirit lake. the city's recreational trails would also be affected along with associated restrooms and parking lots and shelter houses. the city council earlier this week held the first reading of a propoped ordinance to that affect.
administrator/attorney greg owens said, "i did some research and found out that this is something that's becoming more and more common across the country, even in large million plus population metropolitan centers in the united states have adopted this type of ordinance." the proposed ordinance would also pertain to the area around the spirit lake public library. why do city officials think it's important to have the measure on the books? city administrator and attorney greg owens told the council it makes sense for the city to adopt the ordinance, given the fact spirit lake was designated a blue zones wellmark, and for the other health-based initiatives that are underway in the city. wind energy experts have been studying new ways to generate power for decades. and now, technology has caught up with their theories... making them a reality. ktiv's tommie clark met with installed a unique wind turbine
the german company originally made the quieter, more aesthetically pleasing turbine for clients in japan. but, after creating it, they realized its potential. "experts say this vertical axis wind turbine right behind me would be a game changer, and it would not only benefit the students of iowa lakes, but the whole state of iowa." "the opportunity for us from a learning and potentially future work f fce development and training opportunity is huge," said iowa lakes community college director of sustainable energy resources and technologies, dan lutat. the turbine is in its final installation stages-- with chava trimming and tuning the blades while the school develops its power curve. over the next 6 months they will look at atmospheric data while teaching students about energy production and future marketing possibilities. "this gives us another niche that we can make iowa a leader in because that's really the future. we have to take a look at new ways of supporting communities especially in outlying areas. this influences every person living ii iowa that lives in a rural community," said iowa lakes community college director of sustainable energy resources and technologies, dan lutat. after further testing of the turbine's capabilities, chava hopes to certify it and, some day, begin marketing it.
experts say the vertical axis wind turbine would be marketed toward smaller communities, individual farmers and businesses that want to be off the grid. they say it's another opportunity to meet the needs of the industry. matt? thanks tommie. still to come... some kids do basketball or baseball...but these kids chose archery. meet a group of students who shoot bows and arrows after class.
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i hope everyone enjoyed our little mild stretch of weather across going to be erased as we move towards the 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. the strongest cold fronon will move through on saturday with the greatest push of arctic air. as this moves through
practice on opposite mornings, and there are arrows. not bad for a program that ago. 2:20 "to have two groups of about 60 kids every morning show up, i would say it's addicting," says scott pack, the school's me something to do in the to i have to come to school today," i get to go, "oh hey, i get to go to archery in the morning," says kendal stokes, a freshman at sbl. some of these kids picked up at bow and arrow for the first time this year and have quite the eye for it. 7:20 "anybody can shoot a bow," says trace chrisman, a t that hard, but if f u put enough work into it, you can the team is evenly split with boys and girls, all sizes, too, because archery is less about physical strength, and more about mental strength. 3:50 "you don't need to be physically strong or one of the popular people to do it. whoever wants to does," says delaney crowl, a junior at sbl. the stance, breathing, and
come together in one instant to hit the target. nats-hit target it's a focus, they say, stays with them throughout their school day. 7:00 "oh, definitely. especially with tests and block out everyone else what they are doing," says chrisman. 1:55 "just taking deep breaths, calming yourself down before school, it really helps," says crowl. 4:30 "for the most part, anything thaa deals with archery also deals with the classroom focus concentration and always wanting to do better and always wanting to get a higher score," says pack. th're hitting a bullseye with skills they can use
long after their school years. nats- in sergeant bluff, iowa, sarah te slaa, ktiv news 4. >> the sbl warriors have competed in two tournaments so far this year and they've taken home first place in both. there are only a handful of other schools in the siouxland area that have archery teams. they include lawton- bronson, spencer, estherville-lincoln central, north union, and oakland-craig. brad's here -- a huge game for
streak tonight and sweep the spartans -- and stay in first place in the big ten. iowa beat michigan state, 83-70, on december 29th in iowa city. it's still the only loss for the fourth-ranked spartans, who are 16 and 1 and have won all eight of their home games. the hawkeyes have won nine straight big ten regular season games, going back to last season. the key to winning on the road is playing mistake-free basketball. "you go on the road and play one of the best teams in the country, you have to execute," said iowa coach fran mccaffery. "you have to defend, you have to rebound, you can't turn it over. you've got to limit their key personnel under their averages." "it's a lot of fun to play there," said senior mike gesell. "this is one of the reasons you sign up to play college basketball is to get to play in games like this." the game is just underway. we'll have the highlights at ten. sioux city west and bishop heelan have fallen out of the new iowa girls basketball rankings. the crusaders are home tonight against the number-1 team in south dakota, sioux falls washington. cedar rapids kennedy is the new number-1 team in 5a --
another new number-1 team in 3a, as pocahontas area/laurens-marathon takes over. cherokee, sioux center and spirit lake all make the top ten. unity christian stays number-1 in 2a, with 39 straight wins. western christian, who will host unity saturday, is fifth. okoboji and manson, northwest webster stay in the top ten. lawton-bronson is 13th. and in 1a, kingsley- pierson drops a spot to fifth aftetetheir first loss. newewe-fonda is sixth. westwood is 13th and mmc gets in at 10 and 0. you can see the entire poll at ktiv.com. if the ushl playoffs started today -- the musketeers would be left out. the top four teams in each conference make the postseason and sioux city is in seventh place, going into tonight's game against first place lincoln. the muskies are 15-15 and 1 at the midway point -- they just beat lincoln 6-1, eleven days ago. the western conference standings are very tight and sioux city is just two wins away from being in second place. because of injuries and other factors, the musketeers are still searching for the best lineups. "and it almost goes back to preseason where it's kind of
jay varady. "what are the lines going to be? what are the penalty play groups going to be? what are the penalty kill units going to be? where does each player fit in that plan? as you go through a season, obviously you lose guys to injuries and have to make adadstments with those as well." tonight is game three of seven straight road games. game time tonight at the ice box is 7-05. after vikings kicker blair walsh mimied a field goal sunday that uld have won their playoff game against seattlek, kids at an elementary school in minnesota sent their support with letters and sympathy cards. today, walsh showed up to northpoint elementary to say
thank you. many of the kids showed up to class wearing vikings jerseys, while walsh signed autographs and took photos with the kids. "first off, i just wanted to come by and say hello to all you guys and girls and say thank you very much for all the letters you wrote and the cards. it's very, very touching to me." the first-graders were learning about empathy, earlier this week. i hope everyone enjoyed our