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morgan st. in sioux city last night. the blaze began shortly after 6 p.m. one witness tells ktiv that there was so much smoke, that the blue pick-up truck next door wasn't visible. here's video of the how the house looks today authorities say they returned to the home this morning to put out spot fires and classified the house as severely damaged. investigators won't be at the home until tuesday. no word just yet on what caused the fire. sioux city detective jeremy mcclure said no people were inside the home during the fire, but there were three dogs were. mcclure says all the dogs are safe and sound. stay with news 4 for the very latest. a one-vehicle accident in plymouth county sent one man to the hospital last night. the incident happened shortly before 11 p.m. authorities say 56 year- old joseph chacon was traveling southbound on highway 60, north of intersection 140th st. his vehicle left the roadway,
hitting a ditch. authorities say that's when his car rolled, coming to a rest on its top. the lemars man was taken by helicopter to a sioux falls hospital. the accident remains under investigation, but it's believed alcohol played a factor in the crash. another bitterly cold day in siouxland will we see any relief soon... for that we'll toss it over to meterologist t.j. springer windchill advisories/warning s in effect for siouxland from this evening until 9 am monday morning we are not out of the woods just yet as we close out our weekend across siouxland in a bitterly cold fashion. temperatures are struggling to make it above zero all across the area with frigid wind chills expected through the rest of the afternoon into the overnight hours. the only savior this evening will be the clouds, that will aid in keeping temperatures just a bit warmer. wind chill values will still be anywhere from 20 to 40 degrees below zero. winds will begin to subside as we move into our monday. sunshine will be with us once again to kick off the work week before clouds move back in monday night out ahead of a weak wave of low pressure. yes, that does mean more snow across siouxland with anywhere from 1-3" of the white stuff throughout the region. the snow will be fluffy and light in nature but it could still cause some travel troubles for both commutes on
time. the sun will return for wednesday as we begin to moderate our temperatures back into the 20s out ahead of yet another system that could bring more light snow for thursday. our warming trend will continue through the end of next week with temperatures getting close to freezing come next sunday. the prisoner release and the iran deal will be a topic of discussion at tonight's democratic debate... right here on ktiv. hillary clinton and bernie sanders could be swinging some sharp elbows at each other... with the race unexpectedly tightening. nbc's kristen welker has the latest.
in coded racial language" meanwhile sanders announced he supports a bill that would amend a 2005 piece of legislation which limits liability on gun manufacturers the move is a reversal for sanders and it comes after days of attacks by hillary clinton who used the issue to paint sanders as soft on guns. sanders tried to assure the crowd he's not: nats "we have got to keep guns out the hands of people who should not have them" clinton signaled she would go even further. nats we need a president who will do everything in her power meanwhile the race on the republican sidehas donald trump and ted cruz running neck-and-neck in iowa. trump continuing to slam cruz for failing to report loans while he was running for senate.. on saturday trump's jabsdrew jeers. nats excuse me.he didn't' report his bank loans? (boos).say whatever you want, he didn't report bank loans. cruz who has dismissed the flap, seized the chance to needle his rival.after getting stuck for a few minutes in an elevator.. "alright who put donald trump in
and the democratic debate will air tonight on ktiv. action gets underway at 8 pm campaign stops continue to swing through siouxland. here's a live look at republican presidential candidate governor chris christie speaking at a town hall at buffalo alice in sioux city. ktiv's michelle schoening is there and will have more after tonight's debate. republican presidential hopeful jeb bush appeared on "meet the press" this morning, talking mainly about the status of his campaign and, on trump's campaign. "there's a lot of anxiety.
frustrated with their own lives. i saw-- a survey that 63 percent of people can't afford a car repair of 500 bucks. and more than half of americans have less than $1,000 in savings. and the big guy comes in and-- and offers the moon and the stars, and-- people are-- are latched onto that. but the reality is that he's not offering anything to lift people up. although iowa governor terry branstad said he does not want syrian refugees coming to iowa, that's not stopping some iowa high school students from becoming pen pals with syrian refugees kristin rogers has more on the unique bond. when david swaney's friend contacted him asking if his students would want to be pen pals with syrian refugees, it was an easy decision. david swaney/ government teacher, linn mar high school) "anytime that students can get real life experience one-on-one speaking with a syrian refugee to find out the reality of what it's like on the ground in one of the biggest current event stories of our
the students write letters by hand and then upload them online, then, they receive replies. glantz /student) "but regretfully my oldest brother died in the war, my two other brothers disappeared, just i remain alive." and lighter notes. madison jones/ student) "what do you like best about guys?" it's an experience students are embracing, despite negativity surrounding syrian refugees. aaron jones/student) "when you actually get down and take the time to get to know them it really does change your perspective." others agree nikki nauman/ student) "you have to look into it for yourself, it's easy just because we hear the negative things on muslims and syrians but at the end of the day their doctors, their lawyers, their people who ahve worked hard." kristin rogers) "i'm told this oppertunity has taught the students so much more than they could ever possibly learn in a classroom." (cg: david swaney) "it takes their minds there and helps them look through their eyes at the story rather than just hearing the rederic we hear on the news and the political discourse right now."
the syrian pen pals are located at a refugee camp in jordan, which is home to 80 thousand refugees. preparing for your act or applying for colleges can be a stressful time. but, there's a newer business in town that hopes to limit that stress. new horizon helps prepare for your act or sat tests. the company also offers tutoting for grades 6 through 12. the owner says the sooner a student begins to prerpare...the better. "our data shows the earlier you start the better they preform. by sophomore year or tenth grade they are done with the acts; which gives parents and students a lot of free time to focus on ap exams, college credit courses," said manoj patil, founder and owner of new horizon tutoring the courses meet on average one
and there's a staff of 22 tutors. one mother with two daughters in new horizon says the program does more than just improve test scores. "i don't think my oldest daughter, even though she was always a good student, i don't even think she knew what she was capable of until she went through the process and really pushed herself to her limits," said kathleen saltzemn, mother. for more on new horizon, just head to our website...ktiv.com coming up on news 4 at 5 the iowa hawkeyes beat michigan state on thursday. michigan traveled to iowa city today. see if iowa could finish the sweep of the great lake state, later in sportsfource
windchill advisories/warning s in effect for siouxland from this evening until 9 am monday morning we are not out of the woods just yet as we close out our
weekend across siouxland in a bitterly cold fashion. temperatures are struggling to make it above zero all across the area with frigid wind chills expected through the rest of the afternoon into the overnight hours. the only savior this evening will be the clouds, that will aid in keeping temperatures just a bit warmer. wind chill values will still be anywhere from 20 to 40 degrees below zero. winds will begin to subside as we move into our monday. sunshine will be with us once again to kick off the work week before clouds move back in
wave of low pressure. yes, that does mean more snow across siouxland with anywhere from 1-3" of the white stuff throughout the region. the snow will be fluffy and light in nature but it could still cause some travel troubles for both commutes on your tuesday so allow for some extra time. the sun will return for wednesday as we begin to moderate our temperatures back into the 20s out ahead of yet another system that could bring more light snow for thursday. our warming trend will continue through the end of next week with temperatures getting close
rco 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. we're back now with details on how an elementary student in nebraska received an out-of-this- world gift at school on thursday. matthew smith has the details nats - "i was shocked." it's not often that the entire second grade class gets pulled out of class-- s/terry burton/principal :06-:07 "can you believe that?" but as principal terry burton explains...today's a special day. s/terry burton/principal :11-:12 "let's have our guests come out..." nats - cheering by the look on alvin flores' face, it's safe to say he was shocked to see these guys. nats - "brinin forth the one." but then they asked him to come up. s/alvin flores/received bionic arm :23-:25 "i was like what's in the box?" nats - "dang...what do you think?" in the box...his new arm.
one. nats - "awesome." as alvin puts it on for the first time, his friends could hardly wait to see it. eventually, they'd all get up and meet darth vader. but only alvin would get to lead them on a special tour of the school. nats - "let's go." the rest of the school empties into the hallways. nats - "nathan!" students are lining the walls - all jockeying for a look at alvin, his arm, and his new friends. s/leticia flores/mom :50-:54 "i don't have words to say, you know? how excited i am." for his mom, the sight of her son being cheered on by his classmates. nats
- cheering the smile he beams as the sixth graders chanted his name...it's all priceless. s/leticia flores/mom 1:04-1:12 "he knows that i love him the way that he is...and i always tell you, papi. don't ever let anyone tell you what you can and cannot do, you know that." ififothing else, alvin learned he can excite his entire school. nats - "congratulations, man." but he tells me there's more to come. s/terry burton/principal 1:18-1:20 "you want to go give any of them fist bumps before they leave?" his first fist bump with that right hand. one day, he's hoping to write with it too. for now, he's just got to plan for the next few school days. s/alvin flores/receivedd bionic arm 1:28-1:30
mark's in now with sports - iowa is off to a 4-0 start in the big ten. (mark) they look like serious contenders, not just in the conference, but
in the national picture. iowa was back at carver- hawkeye arena today agianst michigan. highlights next. plus, we'll recap the chiefs and packers' wild finishes in yesterday's divisional playoff games.
bizzarre plays made by both teams, and unfortunately it comes down to that," said quarterback aaron rodgers. "our guys fought right down to the end," said head coach mike mccarthy. "we know these games come down to big plays, points are about making big plays, and arizona made one more big play than we did." the packers have made it past the divisional round just once since winning the super bowl in 2010. the chiefs were down 14 points late in the 4th quarter against the patriots. kansas city had some clock mananement issues - but the chiefs were able to score with charcandrick west. the defense needed a stop - but tom brady's pass aimed for rob gronkowski went off the hands of tamba hali - right to julian edelman for the first down, preventing the chiefs from getting a final chance. "it's crazy how fast it ends," said quarterback alex smith. "it's over. that's it. it's over right now, just like that. we weren't able to get it done today, and that's how it goes." "we'll learn from our mistakes, and how you go about your business if you want to continue to play in the postseason," said head coach
man. they battled like crazy this year, and came up a little short." despite the loss, the chiefs had more total yards and more first downs thaha the patriots. iowa put a drubbing on michigan state on thursday, the hawkeyes' second win over the spartans of the season. now firmly entrenched as a threat in the big ten, the 16th-ranked hawkeyes were hosting michigan today. iowa, 4-and-0 in big ten play - good for second place in the standings. and the hawekyes opened on fire - jarrod uthoff - step-back finds nothing but the bottom - uthoff had 12 first-half points - iowa got out to an 11-nothing lead. but michigan goes on a big run to get back in it - d.j. wilson inside for the stuff - wolverines take a one-point lead. later - iowa up 5 - adam woodbury with the steal - the big man runs the floor for the flush - the east grad electifying the carver-hawkeye
iowa leads it late in n e second half - more on this game at 10. creighton making a road trip to depaul - bluejays are 3-and-2 in the big east. final seconds of the first half - james milliken no - but look at maurice watson, junior - throwing it up at the buzzer, and it goes - watson had 17 - creighton up 6 at the half. the second half was all about isaiah zierden - the sharpshooter - steps in and cans one here. zierden shot 8-of-11 from three - hitting from all parts of the floor - zierden finished with 31 points - creighton is in 3rd in the big east, they win it 91- 80. women's hoops - u-s-d beats south dakota state on the road, 63-58. nicole seekamp had 23 points - it's the coyotes' first win at
there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message.
on this sunday night, fight night. clinton versus sanders in debate. what they're saying about key issues like guns and health care with a tight race in the first primary state where the candidates stand nationally in our brand new poll. deadly tornadoes. the unusual january storms that tore through parts of florida. we're there tonight in neighborhoods hit hard. new problems. millions of gm cars recalled