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good morning. thanks for joining us on this wednesday january 20th. coming up in this half hour of news 4 today... we're hearing for the first time from one of the americans now free after being held captive for years by iran. hear what t s ordeal was like. also, president obama met with the mayor of flint, michigan... after a federal emergency was declared over the city's contaminated water supply... and how the state's governor is addressing the people amid calls for his resignation over the crisis. and... it's been more than 40 years since three brothers murdered four teenagers along the iowa and south dakota border. now a new book is out from a fifth teenager who survived that horrific night and she's telling her story. and if getting your finances in order is one of your goals this year,r,ome steps you need to take to get the ball rolling.
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while it won't be the prettiest looking day, it'll still be fairly mild with temperatures in the 20s, hardly any sunshine and steady southerly winds. with clouds remaining overhead tonight, expect temperatures not to drop too much, so it'll be nothing like the cold that we saw a couple nights ago. those of you in western parts of siouxland could however see some light snow that might put down a coating of the white stuff by tomorrow morning. the rest of the viewing area will see intermittent snow showers during the day tomorrow that won't produce much if any accumulations by friday morning. the rest of the week and weekend will continue to bring mild high temperatures in the 20s and 30s with another small snow chance sunday night. the weather outlook next week still looks pretty decent with close to average temperatures with some possible warming by the end of it! see graphics. wx timer @ :40 >> the u-s prisoners released late last week in iran are slowly transitioning back to their lives outside the bars. e of them, former u-s marine amir@hekmati was the first to speak. nbc's kier simmons has the story.
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walked out of this u-s base in germany, stood here, pleased to be free, glad to be an american. s/ amir hekmati / released u.s. prisoner "i feel lucky, alive...for the first timemen a long time. and veve humbled at everybodods support." he said as they were leaving iranian space... s/ amir hekmati / released u.s. prisoner "the champagne bottles were popped, the swiss are amazing, their hospitality, chocolates, veal was served." they didn't know whether they would really be released, he was waiting for two and a half days. he said he thought he would be in prison for ten years...he's been put in solitary confinement, he was subjected to sleep deprivation. s/ amir hekmati / released u.s. prisoner "there is a lot that i have to say about the experience and what happened and i hope to bring that to the american people and the world. " he said when he first saw his family they were speechless until they
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were tears. when he will head home is his choice. it is up to him. at the same time, the family of bob levinson was watching his statement and, for them, it was deeply emotional because bob levinson is still missing in iran. (standup) s/ kier simmons / nbc news / ndstuhl, germmny the iraniaa say they don't know where he is and that they are prprared to help in the search for him. that family, though, is saying that bob levinson has been abandoned. back to you. >> the u-s coast guard is suspending its search for 12 marines lost when two military helicopters went down off the coast of hawaii late friday. the coast guard and u-s marine corp made the announcement yesterday that "search and rescue" was ending at sunset and transitioning to a recovery and sasaage" operation. officials say they have found wreckage on the ocean floor but no sign of any marines. searchers also discovered all four life rafts, but there was no sign that anyone had ever been on board. officials expressed regret that the search is ending after five days without finding survivors. "and to the families that are most affected by this, our prayers and our support are to them. and that's our number one goal and
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brig. general russel sanborn. brigadeer general sanborn also thanked the search team for all of their hard work throughout the process. two women were killed and nine others injured yesterday when a bus crashed and flipped on its side in san jose, california. the bus was on its way from los angeles to oakland when the accident occurred. it's believed the vehicle crashed into safety barrels along the median of the highway before flipping on its side. officials with the california highway patrol say the bus driver admitted he was fatigued at the time of the crash... but it is unknown if he fell asleep. officials say nine people were transported to the hospital including the driver and at least one child. pakistani officials say the death toll in a brazen attack on a university that is underway in the country's northwest has risen to 19, with at least 50 others wounded. deputy commissioner tahir zafar says the attack began shortly after the university opened in charsadda town.
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gunfire with the attackers on the campus where several explosions were heard from the area of the bacha khan university. the pakistani army says the attackeru have been contained and that four of them have been killed. the pakistani taliban is claiming responsiblity for the attack. yesterday's court appearance for 19-year- old trevor feauto, of clarksville, iowa, lasted only about five minutes. two months ago, feauto pleaded guilty to two counts of felony vehicular homicide. prosecutors say feauto was driving drunk when his pickup truck crashed into a car near breda, iowa. 16-year-olds bailey jacobsen and lindsey quirk, both from wall lake, iowa, were killed in the crash. sac county attorney ben smith says the state has withdrawn the plea offer feauto had agreed to back in november. feauto is now facing four counts including homicide by vehicle, intoxication, and homicide by vehicular recklessness. the new trial has yet to be scheduled, but smith says most likely it will take place this spring. last night, the governor of michigan outlined his plans to
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water. he's called for more state help for the city, the deployment of more national guard members and he's vowed to check every household in flint to see if it has a water filter. the governor also promised to release his e-mails about the emergency. jay gray has the latest on the growing controversy..
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is contaminated with lead.. a problem that began in 20-14.. when to save money.. the city began using the flint river as a source for its water supply.. environmentalists think salt in that water corroded lead pipes - leaving the community at risk.. (sot / latasha artis - flint resident :33 - :36) "the problem needs to be fixed and it needs to be fixed quick." and doctors say lead levels in children have doubled or tripled since the switch.. (nats passing out water) police and the national guard are passing out bottled water in flint.. while federal agents, and the state's attorney general are pouring over city e-mails that reportedly show warnings were ignored for months.. and water samples may have been thrown out to avoid triggering federal warnings requirements.. this afternoon a group of flint residents announced two new class-action lawsuits against county and state officials.. (sot / michael pitt - plaintiff's attorney - representing flint water users 1:07 - 1:09) "they were staring at a public health emergency and they sat on it for over 10 months." nats with effects.. many worry.. will last a lifetime. jay gray - nbc news >> the community of correctionville is one step closer to renovating the town's pool. the woodbury county superviors approved a five-thousand dollar
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supervisors signed a letter of support at last weeks meeting. county supervivsor mark monson says it's important to support these community improvement projects. "it'll be a reasonable draw. swimming pools are expensive to opperate and not all towns can have them; so i think it'll be very good," said mark monson, woodbury county supervisor. the correctionvil le mayor says the upgraded pool will only draw more attention to the town. "it is a pool that surrounding communities do use. we feel that upgrading the pool will make our community more desirable to people looking to relocate to the area," said nathan heilman, correctionville mayor. construction on the project is set to be finished this spring. getting your finances on the be tough, but we've got tips to make 20-16
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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 loopholele 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.
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you better believe it.
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ben: and i'll have your complete forecast next! >
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getting your finances in order can be a lot like losing weight.... both take time, hard work and small changes can make a big difference. committing t tsome positive steps in january could make 2016 the best year ever. bob hansen shares two ideas you can start right now.
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(nats) no matter who you are, january is a great time to review your finances. (sot: mary beth storjohann, certified financial planner) "this time of year is the time to basically set yourself up and fix things that you maybe messed up the previous year." and where do you start? financial planner mary beth storjohann says start the year by checking your credit score. (sot: mary beth storjohann, certified financial planner) "your credit report is basically your financial report card but there's no getting rid of it after college. so knowing this number and how it impacts you is a great way to kick off the year." you can get a free report every year from each of the credit reporting agencies by going to annual credit report dot com. to get your score you'll have to pay about 12 dollars, but the information is critical to understanding how you measure up on your finances. (sot: mary beth storjrjann, certified financial planner) "doing a debt inventory, ununrstanding the balances that you owe, the interest rates on them and the minimum payments due." (reporter stand up: bob hansen) "of course building up your savings account is critical for the new year. but maybe you need more than just one account."
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"so i always say if you have separate goals, have separate savings accounts." mary beth has 9 different savings accounts, most with online banks. she contributes separate amounts to each account every month, each one divided by needs from insurance to travel, from emergencies to down payments. (sot: mary beth storjohann, certified financial planner) "the problem is when everything is in one account it's way easier to dip in for every little expense. if you want a new laptop, oh that's coming from the ssvings account. . f you need new tires on the car, that's coming from the savings account. realistically those are things that should have separate savings accounts." >> that was bob hansen reporting. coming up next on news 4 today... decades after a terrible murder took place, a witness is speaking out. she's doing it through a new book by a sioux city couple. it's shedding light on the heinious crime that took place at a state park in
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> decades have passed since a harmless night out in northwest iowa for five teenagers turned deadly. in 1973, gitchie manitou state park along the iowa and south dakota border was the scene of a henious crime. three brothers, who were all out of jail on probation and work release, murdered four teenagers on a november night. but a fifth teen witnessed and lived through the nightmare. she was raped but left to live. it has taken her decades to open up about that night and how it affected her life. as ktiv's sam curtiss reports, those accounts are detailed in a
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city couple.
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address that in the book." the motive of the fryer brothers, who were convicted of murdering the teens. all serving life sentences in fort dodge and fort madison, iowa. a place cheskey visited. "she wanted to confront them on some issues," said hamman. "she was able to do that and it's going to be revealed in this book." the book was released nationally on january 12th. a portion of the proceeds the hamman's say will go to the council on sexual assualt and domestic violence and sandra cheskey. in studio, sam curtiss, ktiv news four. >> no more snow today, and temperatures are warming up. ben's in next with the forecast. one dad has taken parenting to a we'll show you what he did to teach his son an important financial lesson.
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george: my family's lived on this farm for three generations. the bakken pipeline would pump dirty crude oil across iowa. patti: the fact that bernie sanders stands up against the pipeline is one of the reasons we support him. george: bernie sanders didn't hesitate to say no to the big oil companies. patti: bernie knows that if we don't act, we threaten the climate and the health of our children. bernie sanders understands that. patti: bernie sanders has the guts to just stand up for what he believes in.
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tomorrow morning. the rest of the viewing area will see intermittent snow showers during the day tomorrow that won't produce much if any accumulations by friday morning. the rest of the week and weekend will continue to bring mild high temperatures in the 20s and 30s with another small snow chance sunday night. the weather outlook next week still looks pretty decent with close to average temperatures with some possible warming by the end of it! see graphics. >>
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allowance request with a formal rejection letter that has gone viral. jason aubry has the story.
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as they once were. (michael nanos/father :25-:32 ) "we reviewed his portfolio and while he does have an income it simply was not sufficient to sustain the level of spending that they wanted to incur." unhappy with the result he contacted the manager of the complaint department. (michelle nanos/mother :37-:41 ) "sometimes there's a lot of crying. sometimes there can be yelling." auren's rejection letter hit the internet and has gone viral. (michael nanos/father :45-:50 ) "it's pretty humorous, reading some of the comments people have. some people take it way too seriously." mike wrote the letter to entertain his wife, knowing full well most of it would go over his son's head. but auren ended up learning a lesson out of all this. (michael nanos/father 1:00-1:11 ) "he got told the concept of a loan - oh i can get my allowance money ahead of time? great idea in his eyes, just like we all were when we were 18 and got the first credit card. and then he realized oh wait it's not my money - he can say no." ultimately the manager of the complaint department was able to work out a deal to satisfy their client. (michelle nanos/mother 1:18-1:25 ) "i went ahead and said that i would allow a front of the money as long as he continued to walk the dog." still the ceo of dad's savings and loan has advice for his client. (michael nanos/father 1:30-1:38 ) "we understand that his feelings may be hurt, but my advice to our client would be this - if you'd like to improve your future,
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>> it's . time for a break. but we're back in just a moment with more news and weather for
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first though.. here's a look at
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good morning and welcome back. some of the stories you'll see in this second half hour of news 4 today... the presidential primary race is heating up, less than two weeks before the iowa caucuses. former g-o-p v-p nominee sarah palin delivered a glowing endorsement of donald trump in the hawkeye state, and the question today is whether her conservative clout is enough to tip the scales in a tight race. also... republican presidential candidate ben carson cancelled several scheduled events after a campaign worker was killed and three others were
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western iowa. and one year after a start up company received a grant from the n-f-l, the company unveiled a new type of helmet that could protott football players from concussions. that's later in todays healthbeat four report. but first ben....
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donald trump and.... sarah palin? she's endorsing him for president... but he'not the only republican going after conservatives. tracie potts is in washington with this developing story.
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candidate :32- :38) isten, i love sarah h lin. sarah palin is fantastic. without her friendship and support, i wouldn't be in the senate today." cruz is getting some high-powered conservative support of his own. he's being introduced in iowa saturday by conservative talk show host glenn beck. on facebook, beck questions palin's endorsement. meantime, bernie sanders is itching for a general election battle with trump: (sot: bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate :54- :59) "on a very personal level, it would give me a great deal of satisfaction to run against donald trump." both frontrunners - trump and hillary clinton - are in iowa today. ted cruz and marco rubio will be here for a senate vote on whether to allow syrian refugees into the u-s. i'm tracie potts in washington - back to you. >> gop presidential candidate ben carson hopes the death of one of his volunteers from a car accident in western iowa can help bring some civility to u-s politics. 25-year-old braden joplin died yesterday after a van carrying four staff members flipped over on an icy stretch of highway and was struck by another vehicle. carson immediately sususnded all of his campaign events for the
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omaha, where joplin was rushed for treatment. tuesday evening, carson said his heart goes out to joplin's family and the families of everyone involved in the accident. carson said joplin was an example of how things can get done with kindness and compassion, and not "hard hearted-ness." (s/dr. ben carson/gop presidential candidate) "if every one of us could just think about how we can make somebody else's life better -- what a fitting tribute that would be to braden." the three other passengers in the accident were treated and released from a local hospital. joplin was from midland, texas. bernie sanders arrived in sioux city for the last of his four stops in iowa yesterday. sanders' supporters crowded into the orpheum theatre to hear the vermont senator speak. his main focus was on fighting corporate greed. sanders also talked about being the only presidential candidate without a super pac. he touted having more than two and a half million individual contributions from
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he says that's more than any other candidate in u-s history. "we are raising enough money to run a winning national campaign and we're doing it without begging corporate america or millionaires for their support," said sanders. sanders took a shot at hillary clinton, saying that every day she rolls out different politicians who endorse her campaign. sanders says he has hundreds of thousands of working people providing his campaign with contributions. iowa governor terry branstad has remained neutral in the presidential nominating process... until today. the six-term republican governor came oututgainst senator ted cruz's presidential candidacy. branstad, speaking at a renewable fuels conference near des moines, yesterday, says cruz opposes renewable fuels, like ethanol, and says it would be a "big mistake" to support him. he is the biggest opponent of renewable fuels and he actually introduced a bill in 2013 to
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heavily financed by big oil. iowa leads the nation in ethanol oduction. rick santorum, the 2012 caucus winner in iowa and minnesota, now finds himself far behind the leaders. the former pennsylvania senator made six stops in iowa monday, including in charles city, but is polling at zero percent nationally across the board. during his stops, santorum expressed his support for going to war against isil and his opposition t tsame-sex marriage. while santorum is far behind in the polls, he has not lost hope, as he says he was in a similar position before he won iowa in 2012. "i'm not anticipating a big jump in the polls like that this time around, but i think we'll see a steady climb and a little rush here at the end that will put us in the game of being in the top 4 or 5 folks that will finish here," said gop presidential candidate, rick santorum. "that's the boost we
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santorum also made a stop in decorah after his "town hall" in charles city. the president is heading to detroit to check out some cars today. more specificay mister obama will be there to tout the recovery othe american auto industry. the white house says president obama also wants to experience firsthand the progress made by the city of detroit, its people, and neighborhoods. more than 640-thousand jobs have been created since the 2009 bailout of the auto industry. u-s attorney general loretta lynch will testify before a senate subcommittee today about gun control. the commerce, justice, science and related agencies subcommittee of the senate appropriations committee holds a hearing on the justice department's role in implementing new executive actions related to gun control. earlier this month president obama announced executive actions designed to reduce gun violence. those proposals focus on back checks, law enforcement, mental health treatmentntand advanced gun safe technology
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at the nazi death camp auschwitz will go on trial in germany next month on charges of being an accessory to the murder of at least three- thousadn-681 people. hubert was a sergeant in the nazi s-s at auschwitz from october 1943 to january 1944. he acted as one of the death camp's paramedics from august 15t5tto september 14th 1944. the trial of the former paramedic will begin on february 29th after a court in rostock in northern germany deemed him fit for trial in december. a touching, traveling tribute to a long-time sioux city delivery man. dozens of ups trucks lined up for a processional on old highway 75 before the funeral for pat conway. conway worked for ups for 25 years, sorting, loading, and delivering packages. his coworkers drove together yesterday morning in his memory before they split off on their routes. "personality. you can place dies, but you can't replace peonalities. pat was one-of-a-kind. his smile was
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but enjoy working a little bit more with him being around," says jason babor, a ups supervisor. the 57-year-old died last thursday after a four year battle with cancer. concussions are e ill a major issue for football players. up next, we'll show you what one company is doing to help reduce injuries for athletes. ben: and i'll have your
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the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world...
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it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listeneng to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
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outlook next week still looks pretty decent with close to average temperatures with some possible warming by the end of it! see graphics. >> the designers say they think it will be the safest helmet the designers say they think it will be the safest helmet in football. one year after receiving a grant from the nfl, the start-up company vicis unveiled a brand new helmet this week. alex rozier has more.... in today' healthbeat 4.
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chair, mechanical engineering dept, univ of washington) "so we came together and tried to solve this societal problem." over the last two and a half years they came up with this ...... (nats) "so here's the helmet." a four layer helmet with a shell that absorbs impact, a layer that prevents skull fractures, and another that improves the fit for athletes. (sot: per reinhall, chair, mechanical engineering dept, univ of washington) "what drives us is to make the sport safer and to protect the kids and the players." the helmet also has a semi-soft exterior shell. in this video, they show why that makes a difference. the vicis helmlm is on the left, a standard helmet on the right. (sot: per reinhall, chair, mechanical engineering dept, univ of washington) "it's a high tech layered design and it's completely different from the existing helmets." (sot: dr. samuel browd, pediatric neurosurgeo n) "as we compare and benchmark our helmet against current helmets that are on the market and we're finding that we're seeing significant improvements in the force compared to the current helmets that are available today." the whole product was created with input from doctors, engineers, and athletes. (sot: dr. samuel browd, pediatric neurosurgeo n) "now we have a company, there's 25 employees, there's a helmet that's ready for starting manufacturing." if it passes a final safety test, they hope to have nfl and college athletes using the helmet as soon as the 2016
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eventually they plan to make it available for athletes of all ages, in every sport that requires a helmet. >> that was alex rozier reporting. that was alex rozier reporting. coming up next on news 4 today... j-c- penny's is getting back into the appliances business again. and starbucks and spotify are teaming up to make your coffee shop experience even better. we'll show you what they're doing, next.
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>> > u.s. stocks eked out small gains yesterday after a turbulent day of trading, thanks m mtly to utility and consumer stocks.
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rallied earlier in the day as investors were satisfied with china's fourth-quarter economic growth and the dow rose as much as 183 points in the first minutes of trading. but the gains faded in the afternoon before a late spurt of buying sent indexes mostly higher. for the day, the dow gained 28 points to finish at 16,016. the nasdaq fell 11 to 4,477 and the s&p 500 rose one point. the labor department will release its consumer price index for december this morning and the commerce department will release housing starts for the same month if your smartphone is an iphone 6s or 6s plus and your battery percentage isn't updating... you're not alone. with more on that story and other business news, here's ktiv's kaitlyn kinney.... thanks guys. apple says if you change the ime on your i-phone manually or change time zones when traveling, you may notice the battery percentage doesn't update. it's looking into the cause and a solution... but
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now... apple says first, restart your iphone. then go to settings... general.. date and time... and make sure "set automatically " is turned on. if the battery percentage continues to fail... and you didn't change the time or time zone... contact apple support. j-c penney is getting back into the home appliance business... after a gap p more than 30 years. the departmenttore chain says it'll start selling kitchen and laundry appliances in 22 pilot stores beginning on february first. brands will include g-e, hotpoint, l-g electronics and samsung electronics. j-c penney also says it plans to make home appliances available at its online store starting in the spring. starbucks and spotify are coming together to keep ththcoffee house vibe going no matter where you are. the starbucks app will tell you what song is playing as soon as you walk into any store. the app also lets you create your own starbucks playlists and listen to them on spotify. the company says the new music
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more than 75-hundred locations in the u-s. all u-s spotify users also have access to it. mcdonald's is turning french fries into a dessert item... but you have to go to japan to taste the fries smothered in chocolate. mcdonald's japan announced it was adding the "mc-choco potato" to its menu. the french fries are drizzled with milk chocolate and white chocolate sauce. the fast food giant says the combination creates what it calls "a wonderfully salty and sweet harmonious taste." the "mc-choco potato" will be available for a limited time across japan starting
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thanks, kaitlyn. when we come back this morning we'll give you the top headlines across siouxland. plus.. adele has broken another record. and the world's favorite model answers some tough questions. that's next in the hollywood minute.
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day, it'll still be fairly mild with temperatures in the 20s, hardly any sunshine and steady southerly winds. with clouds
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expect temperatures not to drop too much, so it'll be nothing like the cold that we saw a couple nights ago. those of you in western parts of siouxland could however see some light snow that might put down a coating of the white stuff by tomorrow morning. the rest of the viewing area will see intermittent snow showers during the day tomorrow that won't produce much if any accumulations by friday morning. the rest of the week and weekend will continue to bring mild high temperatures in the 20s and 30s with another small snow chance sunday night. the weather outlook next week still looks pretty decent with close to average temperatures with some possible warming by the end of it! see graphics. >> > time for a quick check of our top news headlines this morning. a surprising turn in the case against a northeast iowa teen charged in the drunk driving deaths of two siouxland teens last year. prosectors have withdrawn a plea bargain that 19-year old trevor feauto had agreed to. authorities say feauto was driving drunk when his pickup truck crashed into a car near breda, iowa, killing 16-year-olds bailey jacobsen and lindsey quirk, both from wall lake. feauto pleaded guilty in november, but sac county attorney ben smith says the victims' families don't think the deal was giving enough justice to their daughter's deaths. feauto is expected to go
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bernie sanders wrapped up a four-stop campmpgn tour of iowa yeyeerday with a visit to sioux city. the democratic candidate for president spoke to supporters at the orpheum theatre last night. his main focus: fighting what he calls corporate greed. he also talked up the fact that he's the only candidate without a super pac supporting him. sanders also took a shot at hillary clinton, saying that every day she rolls out different politicians who endorse her campaign, while he has hundreds of thousands of working people supporing his campaign. correctionville is one step closer to renovating its swimming pool. woodbury county superviors have approved a five-thousand dollar donation to go toward repairs and renovation. supervivsor mark monson says it's important to support community improvement projects like this. he says the pool will draw people to correctionville. they hope to have the work done by this spring. and a touching, traveling tribute to a long-time sioux city delivery man. dozens of ups trucks lined up for a processional on old highway 75 before the funeral for
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conway worked for ups for 25 years, sorting, loading, and delivering packages. the 57-year-old died last week after a four year battle with cancer. the world's most famous model answers some not so tough questions. plus a huge pop-star pairing and a new record for adele! david daniel has it all in the hollywood minute.
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paper scissors" tour. yes, you'll hear the hits... though they're promising song- swapping, so you might get "fields of gold" from gabriel, or sting singing "sledgehammer." "hello..." and another record for adele: "hello" has become the fastest video to hit one-billion views on vevo. it's the 15th vevo vid to hit the billion mark... tops all-titi? taylor swift's "blank space," with one- point-fourr billioo -- and counting! for hollywood minute, i'm david daniel. >> still to come this morning... if you're looking for a way to spice up your salads, we've got you covered. we'll show you how to add steak to your greens in today's centsable health. and teams were in action all across siouxland last night. we've got highlights from several games coming up in
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good morning. thanks for joining us on this
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coming up in this half hour of news 4 today... we're hearing for the first time from one of the americans now free after being held captive for years by iran. hear what his ordeal was like. also, president obama met with the mayor of flint, michigan... after a federal emergency was declared over the city's contaminated water supply... and how the state's governor is addressing the people amid calls for his resignation over the crisis. and... it's been more than 4 years since three brothers murdered four teenagers along the iowa and south dakota border. now a new book is out from a fifth teenager who survived that horrific night and she's telling her story. and we'll show you a healthy steak salad you can make at home, and we've got the highlights from all the action on the hardwood last night in
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> the u-s prisoners released late last week in iran are slowly transitioning back to their lives outside the bars. one of them, former u-s marine amir hekmati was the first to speak. nbc's kier simmons has the story.
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walked out of this u-s base in germany, stood here, pleased to be free, glad to be an american. s/ amir hekmati / released u.s. prisoner "i feel lucky, alive...for the first time in a long time. and very humbled at everybody's support." he said as they were leaving iranian space... / amir hekmatt/ released u.s. prisoner "the champagne bottles were popped, the swiss are amazing, their hospitality, chocolates, veal was served." they didn't know whether they would really be released, he was waiting for two and a half days. he said he thought he would be in prison for ten years...he's been put in solitary confinement, he was subjected to sleep deprivation. s/ amir hekmati / released u.s. prisoner "there is a lot that i have to say about the experience and what happened and i hope to bring that to the american people and the world. " he said when he first saw his family they were speechless until they hugged...and of course, there were tears. when he will head home is his choice. it is up to him. at the same time, the family of bob levinson was watching his statement and, for them, it was deeply emotional because bobob levinson is still missing in iran. (standup) s/ kier simmons / nbc news / landstuhl, germany the iranians say they don't know where he is and that they are prepared to help in the search for him. that family, though, is saying that bob levinson has been abandoned. back to you.
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the u-s coast guard is suspending its search for 12 marines lost when two military helicopters went down off the coast of hawaii late friday. the coast guard and u-u-marine corp made the announcementt yesterday that "search and rescue" was ending at sunset and transitioning to a recovery and salvage" operation. officials say they have found wreckage on the ocean floor but no sign of any marines. searchers also discovered all four life rafts, but there was no sign that anyone had ever been on board. officials expressed regret that the search is ending after five days without finding survivors. "and to the families that are most affected by this, our prayers and our support are to them. and that's our number one goal and focus," said brig. general russel sanborn.
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thanked the search team for all of their hard work throughout the process. two women were killed and nine others injured yesterday when a bus crashed and flipped on its side in san jose, california. the bus was on its way from los angeles to oakland when the accident occurred. it's believed the vehicle crashed into safety barrels along the median of the highway before flipping on its side. officials th the california highway patrol say the bus driver admitted he was fatigued at the time of the crash... but it is unknown if he fell asleep. officials say nine people were transported to the hospital including the driver and at least one child. pakistani officials say the death toll in a brazen attack on a university that is underway in the country's northwest has risen to 19, with at least 50 others wounded. deputy commissioner tahir zafar says the attack began shortly after the university opened in charsadda town. police and army are exchanging gunfire with the attackers on
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area of the bacha khan university. the pakistani army says the attackers have been contained and that four of them have been killed. the pakistani taliban is claiming responsiblity for the attack. yesterday's court appeararce for 19-year- old trevor feauto, of clarkskslle, iowa, lasted only about five minutes. two months ago, feauto pleaded guilty to two counts of felony vehicular homicide. prosecutors say feauto was driving drunk when his pickup truck crashed into a car near breda, iowa. 16-year-olds bailey jacobsen and lindsey quirk, both from wall lake, iowa, were killed in the crash. sac county attorney ben smith says the state has withdrawn the plea offer feauto had agreed to back in november. feauto is now facing four counts including homicide by vehicle, intoxication, and homicide by vehicular recklessness. the new trial has yet to be scheduled, but smith says most likely it will take place this spring. last night, the governor of michigan outlined his plans to help flint with its contaminated water. he's called for more state help
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deployment of more national guard members and he's vowed to check every household in flint to see if it has a water filter. ththgovernor also promisis to release his e-mails about the emergency. jay gray has the latest on the growing controversy..
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leaving the communititat risk.. (sot / latasha artis - flint resident :33 - :36) "the problem needs to be fixed and it needs to be fixed quick." and doctors say lead levels in children have doubled or tripled since the switch.. (nats passing out water) police and the national guard are passing out bottled water in flint.. while federal agents, and the state's attorney general are pouring over city e-mails that reportedly show warnings were ignored for months.. and water samples may have been thrown out to avoid triggering federal warnings requirements.. this afternoon a group of flint residents announced two new class-action l lsuits against county and state officials.. (sot / michael pitt - plaintiff's attorney - representing flint water users 1:07 - 1:09) "they were staring at a public health emergency and they sat on it for over 10 months." nats with effects.. many worry.. will last a lifetime. jay gray - nbc news >> the community of correctionville is one step closer to renovating the town's pool. the woodbury county superviors approved a five-thousand dollar donation for the pool. the supervisors signed a letter of support at
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it's important to support these community improvement projects. "it'll be a reasonable draw. swimming pools are expensive to opperate and not all towns can have them; so i think it'll be very good," said mark monson, woodbury county supervisor. correctionville's mayor says thth upgraded pool l ll help draw more attention to the town. "it is a pool that surrounding communities do use. we feel that upgrading the pool will make our community more desirable to people looking to relocate to the area," said nathan heilman, correctionville mayor. construction on the project is set to be finished this spring. are you already getting sick of eating salad as you're trying to lose weight this new year? coming up in centsable health, we'll show you how to make your greens better simply by adding
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eating salad every day as part of your plan to lose weight can get old very quickly. so why not "beef it up" a little? here's ktiv's sheila brummer with "centsable health."
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just find a lot of people, they think salad, they think chicken, so we are going to make it with a flank steak today, and i have adaded barley to it, which if you hahae never made barley, i use a quick cooking one, it takes like 10 minutes. it's a really good way to kind of bulk up your salad. if you want to stretch your dollar a little bit, i also added mushrooms, that's a nice way to also stretch your dollar a little bit more." s- "oh yeah it does have some protein in there." w- "yeah, you get a little protein and a good dose of fiber, too. so i think that's just a nice way to make your salad just a little bit more satisfying. so, for the steak part of it, um, i know we probably don't want to go outside to our grill right now, so i'm broiling a flank steak, and flank steaks work perfect to broil. you can't throw just any steak under the broiler. some just don't work very well. but this is what a flank steak looks like. in total, this is only going to take 10 to 11 minutes broiled on high. so i usually season it, put it in there for about 6 minutes on the first side, flip it over, 5 more minutes and you're done.what you want to make sure you're doing is letting it rest for a couple of minutes before you slice it and put it on your salad. and you'll notice that this piece of meat, it has a very strong grain running vertically through it, so when you go to slice it, make sure you're cutting across the ain this wwy, and that's actually what you want o do
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across the grain, not with the grain, otherwise what you're going to end up doing is spending half of your dinner time chewing, and trying to pull it out of your teeth exactly. so you want to always slice against the grain, and that's why this piece works so perfectly for broiling, because it doesn't seize up a bunch under the broiler, so it stays nice and tender, and then when you can cut it across that grain, it makes it even more tender. so, we've heard that a lot from our meat experts that we've had on, and this is the perfect cut for that." s- "is it hard to find that cut?" w- "it is n-, i have not had a hard time findii this cut. my storeecarries it all the time. if you can't find it, just ask your meat experts for it, and they can be able to go cut one for you, or yeah they can maybe locate one for you, maybe go back the next day and get it. they're more than happy to help yu find it, but it is one of my favorite cuts of meat, especially in the winter cuz, like i said, it works perfect under the broiler and you don't have to go outside." s- "and it's good and lean." w- "yes, it's a nice, lean protein source for you." s- "have you been keeping up on your resolutions?" w- "you know, i actually didn't make any." s- "see, that's what you need to do, right?" w- "i actually didn't make any, but for those of you that did, i hope you're still going strong." s- "alright, welel thank you whitney. if you'd like more information about today's centsable health, or any centsable health topic, go to k-t-i-v dot com and just look
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it was a game of east meets west in high school basketball last night. we've got all the details from that match-up. and it was homecoming night for the siouxland christian girls. we'll have highlights from their game against ridge view in the
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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,
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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.
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> tuesday's snow didn't slow down the basketball action all over siouxland. ktiv's brad pautsch has more in the sports fource morning wrap.
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but east chips away at the lead -- van rees finds freshman aidan vanderloo for 2 -- and east slips by west, 65-61. it was homecoming at siouxland christian -- the eagles hosting ninth-ranked ridge view. the eagles hoping for an upset -- on the run, goay deang misses once -- but not twice -- eagles only down 2 in the second quarter. ridge view gets the lead up to five -- off the in-bounds play, garret lamp -- lights it up -- the raptors get a little breathing room. he led the way with 15. but siouxland christian kept fighting back -- senior devin hagestrom finds the friendly home court rim for 3 -- the eagles were up one. he had 13. but the raptors were just too big -- ryan currie powers it in from close rarage -- ridge view gets the road win 56-48. the top-ranked winnebago boys -- 16 and 0 - - trying to tay perfect against 10 and 4 ponca. winnebago gets the early advantage -- d'von lapointe drives to the hoop and makes the fingeroll layup to put the indians up two. lapointe keeps the hot hand rolling, this time he's left alone in the corner and nails the 3-pointer as winnebago takes a three point lead. but ponca would not go away, hunter schweers gets his own rebound and hits the bucket on
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trails by three. the number one team is too strong, however, a forced turnover leads to drake gorrin getting the layup. david wingett adds 17 points, 12 rebounds, and six blocks as winnebago stays undefeated, 62 to 53. for more go to ktiv.com. i'm brad pautsch with the sports fource morning wrap. >> cold temperatures are everywhere across siouxland. ben's in next to tell us when it could rm up. and a new book by a sioux city couple is shedding light on the heinious crime that took place at a state park near the iowa /south dakota border. that story is straight ahead. >
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day, it'll still be fairly mild hardly any sunshine and steady southerly winds. with clouds remaining overhead tonight, expect temperatures not to drop like theecold that we e aw a uple nights ago. those offou ininwestern parts of siouxlann could however see some light snow that might put down a coating of the white stuff by tomorrow morning. the rest of the viewing area will see intermittent snow showers during the day tomorrow that won't produce much if any accumulations by friday morning. the rest of the week and weekend will continue to bring mild high temperatures in the 20s and 30s with another small snow chance sunday night. the weather
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pretty decent with close to average temperatures with some possible warming by the end of it! see graphics. >> decades have passed since a harmless night out in northwest iowa for five teenagers turned deadly. in 1973, gitchie manitou state park along the iowa and south dakota border was the scene of a henious crime. three brothers, whom were all out of jail on probation and work release, murdered four teenagers on a november night. but a fifth teen witnessed and ved through the nightmare. she was raped bubuleft to live. it has taken her decades to open up about that night and how it affected her life. as ktiv's sam curtiss reports, those accounts are detailed in a new book co-authored by a sioux city couple.
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night at gitchie manitou state park," said phil hamman. 43 years later sandra cheskey is talking life. cheskey was raped november 17th that y yar but left to live. detailed in a new book - "gitchie girl." "it goes beyond just the facts of that night," said hamman. "it's got a personal inside story to not only sandra, the lone survivor, but who were the boys." one of the boys was michael hadrat a close friend and undescribable loss for co- author phil hamman. "being on basketball teams with him, baseball teams with him, overnights with him, trick-or- treating with him," added hamman. "i think it's satisfying that i can bring to the readers who those boys were besides just murder victims," said hamman. a lot of the research was done by hamman's co- author and wife, sandy. "we really had to sift thrhrgh that information together and decide what we are going to keep and what are going to o row out," said sandy hamman. "that took a lot of time because we didn't always agree on what we wanted to include." "people have always wondered what was the motive?" said hamman. "we address that in the book." the motive of the fryer brothers, who were convicted of murdering the teens. all serving life sentences in fort dodge and fort madison, iowa. a place cheskey visited. "she wanted to confront them on some issues," said hamman. "she was able to do that and it's
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revealed in this book." the book was released nationally on january 12th. a portion of the proceeds the hamman's say will go to the council on sexual assualt and domestic violence and sandra cheskey. in studio, sam curtiss, ktiv news four. >> it's . we're back after the break with our fourth half hour of news 4 today. first though.. here's a look at some of the events on the
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good morning and welcome back. some of the stories you'll see in this fourth half hour of news 4 today... the presidential primary race is heating up, less than two weeks before the iowa caucuses. former g-o-p v-p nominee sarah palin delivered a glowing endorsement of donald
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the question today is whether r conservative clout is enough to tip the scales in a tight race. also... republican presidential candidate ben carson cancelled several scheduled events after a campaign worker was killed and three others were injured in a car accident in western iowa. and later in what's trending.... we'll meet a man from canada who's using his musical skills on the trumpet to cheer on his kids at their hockey games. but first ben....
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>> donald trump and.... sarah palin? she's endorsing him for president... but he's not the only republican going after conservatives. tracie potts is in washington with this developing story.
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the pan endorsement could help trump win points with women and conservatives: (sot: nicole wallace/ republican strategist :19- :27) "this just might be the kind of move that excites someone that supports donald trump but wasn't sure if they were going to go out and caucus on a cold night." trump's closest rival, ted cruz, refused to bad-mouth palin: (sot: ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate :32- :38) "listen, i love sarah palin. sarah palin is fantastic. without her friendship and support, i wouldn't be in the senate today." cruz is getting some high-powered conservative support of his own. he's being introduced in iowa saturday by conservative talk show host glenn beck. on facebook, beck questions palin's endorsement. meantime, bernie sanders is itching for a general election battle with trump: (sot: bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate :54- :59) "on a very personal level, it would give me a great deal of satisfaction to run against donald trump." both frontrunners - trump and hillary clinton - are in iowa today. ted cruz and marco rubio will be here r a senate vote on whether to allow syrian refugees into the u-s. i'm traae potts in ashington - back to you. >> gop presidential candidate ben carson hopes the death of one of his volunteers from a car accident in western iowa can help bring some civility to u-s politics. 25-year-old braden joplin died
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four staff members flipped over on an icy stretch of highway and was struck by another vehicle. carson immediately suspended all of his campaign events for the next several days to travel from south carolina to omaha, where joplin was rushed for treatment. tuesday evening, carson said his heart goes out to joplin's family and the families of everyone involved in the accident. carson said joplin was an example of how things can get done with kindness and compassion, and not "hard hearted-ness." (s/dr. ben carson/gop presidential candidate) "if every one of us could just think about how we can make somebody else's life better -- what a fitting tribute that would be to braden." the three other passengers i i the accident were treated and released from a local hospital. joplin was from midland, texas. bernie sanders arrived in sioux city for the last of his four stops in iowa yesterday. sanders' supporters crowded into the orpheum theatre to hear the vermont senator speak. he focused on fighting what he
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sanders also talked about being the only candidate without a super pac. he touted having more than two and a half million individual contributions from more than a million people. he says that's more than any other candidate in u-s history. "we are raising enough money to run a winning national campaign and we're doing it without begging corporate america or millionaires for their support," said sanders. sanders took a shot at hillary clinton, saying that every day she rolls out different politicians who endorse her campaign. sanders says he e s hundreds of thousasas of working people providing his campaign with contributions. rick santorum won the 2012 iowa caucus, but this time around, he finds himself far behind the leaders. the former pennsylvania senator made six stops in iowa monday, including in charles city, but is polling at zero percent nationally across the board. during his stops, santorum expressed his
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isis and his opposition to same-sex marriage. he says he hasn't lost hope, and he points out he was in a similar positioiobefore he won iowa four years ago. "i'm not anticipating a big jump in the polls like that this time around, but i think we'll see a steady climb and a little rush here at the end that will put us in the game of being in the top 4 or 5 folks that will finish here," said gop presidential candidate, rick santorum. "that's the boost we need to go on." santorum is holding town hall meetings today in sibley, rock rapids, sheheon and cherokee. the president is h hding to detroit to check out some cars today. more specifically mister obama will be there to tout the recovery of the american auto industry. the white house says president obama also wants to experience firsthand the progress made by the city of detroit, its people, and neighborhoods. more than 640-thousand jobs have been created since the 2009 bailout of the auto industry. u-s attorney general loretta lynch h ll testify before a senate subcommittee today about
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the commerce, justice, science and related agencies subcommittee of the senate appropriations committee holds a hearing on justice department's role in implementing new executive actions related to gun control. earlier this month president obama announced executive actions designed to reduce gun violence. those proposals focus on back checks, law enforcement, mental health treatment, and advanced gun safety technology up next in what's trending.... a public servant by day... hardcore hockey dad at night. we'll show you a man in canada simply known as "the trumpet guy." and i'll have your complete forecast next! here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefitsts- we should expand them. my plan for social security
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and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retith dignity and respect.
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could however see some light snow that might put down a coating of the white stuff by tomorrow morning. the rest of the viewing area will see intermittent snow showers during the day tomorrow that won't produce much if any accumulations by friday morning. the rest of the week and weekend will continue to bring mild high temperatures in the 20s and 30s with another small snow chance sunday night. the weather outlook next week still looks pretty decent with close to average temperatures with some possible warming by the end of it! see graphics. >> talk about tooting your own horn in today's what's trending. a canadian man entertains children and parents alike by playing his trumpet at minor-level hockey games played by his kids. on game nights...this father of three can be found at the back of the rink with his music stand... playing the same trumpet he's had since he was a teenager. james ikkers says he plays during all three of his kids games... he is always equipped with a wide range of sheet music... but he says..he often gets inspiration from what's
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still ahead... oscar-winning actor and songngriter jamie foxx can now add another label to his repertoire... hero. plus...glenn frey fans are paying their respects to the singer by travelling to arizona.
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the e th to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it.
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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.
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fallon's guest on the tonight show last night. take a look. on the show tonight dakota johnson,
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bishop. you can catch the tonight show with jimmy fallon right here on ktiv at 10:35 after news 4. this was no movie scene for actor jamie foxx.. it was real life! the california highway patrol says foxx and another good samaritan helped free a driver from a burning truck after it rolled into a drainage ditch outside the actor's home in moorpark, california on monday. officials say the 32-year- old driver was drunk and speeding when he careened off the road and into a ditch and burst into flames. officials say foxx and another witness broke a window and cut the seat belt to pull the man from the truck. pete rose will be inducted into at leaststne hall of fame. the cincinnati reds announced tuesday that baseball's all-time hits leader will be inducted into the team's hall of fame in june. he won't however be inducted into major league baseball's. the 74-year old was banned from baseball for life in 19-89 for betting on the sport and in december the new m-l-b commissioner upheld that lifetime ban.
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arizona, to leave tributes to eagles member glenn frey, who penned the famous line "i was standin' on a corner in winslow, arizona." the rustic town was all but forgotten when interstate 40 displaced route 66. but it still had one thing going for it: everybody wanted to stand on a corner in the small city after hearing frey and the eagles make it sound so cool in their hit "take it easy." fans have been leaving flowers
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park to celebrate the life of frey. wednesday al- country singer brantley gilbert is 31 sarah- tv personality melissa rivers is 48 - actor rainn wilson is 50 sarah- country singer john michael montgomery is 51 al- comedian bill maher is 60 sarah- former astronaut buzz aldrin is 86 al- comedian arte johnson is 87 >
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looking day, it'll still be fairly mild with temperatures in the 20s, hardly any sunshine and steady southerly winds. with clouds remaining overhead tonight, expect temperatures not to drop too much, so it'll be nothing like the cold that we saw a couple nights ago. those of you in western parts of siouxland could however see some light snow that might put down a coating of the white stuff by tomorrow morning. the rest of the viewing area will see intermittent snow showers during the day tomorrow that wowot produce much if any accumulations by friday morning. the rest of the week and weekend ill continue to bring mild high temperatures in the 20s and 30s with another small snow chance sunday night. the weather outlook next week still looks pretty decent with close to average temperatures with some possible warming by the end of it! see graphics.
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we're wrapping things up this morning. when we come back, we'll run down the top stories in siouxland. and friends of a couple in
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the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'llllake on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women...
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so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. time for a quick check of our top news headlines this morning. a surprising turn in the case against a northeast iowa teen charged in the drunk driving deaths of two siouxland teens last year. prosectors have withdrawn a plea bargain that 19-year old trevor feauto had agreed to. authorities say feauto was driving drunwhen his pickup truck crashed into a car near breda, iowa, killing 16-year-olds bailey jacobsen and lindsey quirk, both from wall lake.
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november, but sac county attorney ben smith says the victims' families don't think the deal was giving enough justice to their daughter's deaths. feauto is expected to go to trial in the spring. bernie sanders wrapped up a four-stop campaign tour of iowa tuesday with a visit to sioux city. the democratic candidate for president spoke to supporters at the orpheum theatre last night. his main focus: fighting what he cajls corporate greed. he also talked up the fact that he's the only candidate without a super pac supporting him. sanders also took a shot at hillary clinton, saying that every day she rolls out different politicians who endorse her campaign, while he has hundreds of thousands of working people supporing his campaign. correctionville is one step closer to renovating its swimming p pl. woodbury county superviors have approved a five-thousand dollar donation to go toward repairs and renovation. supervivsor mark monson says it's important to support community improvement projects like this. he says the pool will draw people to correctionville. they hope to have the work done by this spring.
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tribute to a long-time sioux city delivery man. dozens of ups trucks lined up for a processional on old highway 75 before the funeral for pat conway. conway worked for ups for 25 years, sorting, loading, and delivering packages. the 57-year-old died last week after a four year battle with cancer.
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a young couple wheeled their way - and furniture - to a new home in atlanta. over a dozen riders gathered to help move all of jeffrey wisard and his wife's furniture to their new home... by bike. they loaded chairs, tables, lamps, and even a couch onto the bikes and pedaled more than two-miles through downtown atlanta. organizers say while the process was slow-going, the idea is spending time with friends and being active in the community.
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and as small as youruritchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for y y, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
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