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thursday, january 21. coming up in this half hour of news 4 today... the governor of michigan publicly apologized for the on going water crisis in flint. and now singer, cher, donated thousands of bottles of water to help the 100-0-ousand residents have safe drinking water, something they haven't had since 2014. the latest from michigan on the way. also, students usually aren't allowed to wear hats during school. but for one dollar, kids at crescent park elementary in sioux city could don a cap and help others battling cancer. and later, it will be tense this sunday in one colorado household where two siblings named after peyton manning and tom brady will be watching the nfl game together. more on ththhouse divided coming up. but first, here's ben.
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wx timer @ :40 >> a norfolk home is damaged after a fire early this morning. the norfolk fire division was called out to a house fire on the 600-block of walnut avenue about
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a half-block west of norfolk high school at around 2:45 a.m. fire officials on scene said that there was heavy fire and smoke emanating from the rear of the house when they arrived, but said everyone was able to get out safely. the blaze was brought under control within an hour, and most of the fire crews had left the scene by 4 a.m. a cause of the fire is under investigation. frustrations continue to spill over in flint, michigan as the city continues to deal with its' contaminated water supply.. yesterday, water donated by the entertainer cher was delivered to the 100- thousand or more who still are unable to use tap water.. michigan's governor has promised answers.. and action -- as federal and state criminal investigations continue.. jay gray has the latest..
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michigan :09 - :11) "water is a basic human right and everyone deserves clean, good water." but residents in flint haven't had clean water since april of 20-14.. when to save money.. the city began using the flint river as the source for its water supply.. an initial test months later in the water.. still, officials insisted it was safe.. despite a warning from the epa -- and data from from doctors that showed alarming levels of lead in children's blood.. it wasn't until a few weeks ago.. nearly two years after it started.. declared a state of emergency and asked for federal help. and today the embattled governor released two years of e-mails regarding the situation in flint.. after promising transparency during his state-of-the-state address last night.. (s/ governor rick snyder / (r) michigan :52 - :56) "i say tonight as i have before: i am sorry, and i will fix it." (s/ erin brockovich / activist :58 - 1:02) "'i'm sorry' doesn't bring back the health and the welfare of these children and their future." (nats: protesters) a future that remains as uncertain.. (nats: protesters : "what do we want? clean water! when do we want it? now!") as the water..
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investigators are combing over a investigators are combing over a tour bus two days after a fatal accident in northern california. the california highway patrol is leading the investigation into the crash, while the national transportation safety board is conducting their own. two women were thrown from the greyhound bus and killed when it flipped onto its side on a highway in san jose tuesday morning. authorities say the driver lost control of the bus before it crashed into safety barrels and flipped. the driver allegedly told officials he was fatigued at the time of the accident. a nebraska school held a session to teach kids what to do in the event of an active shooter. the wausa and bloomfield school districts held an active shooter training session, that included a seminar and role play scenario. some of the teachers learned that what they were originally taught about active shooter safety was wrong. another teacher experienced what it's like to stare down the barrel as a victim. "i actually felt fear. i felt like 'oh here we go,' and i watched him point the gun at me. i knew the scenario was happening logically in my brain, but that adrenaline hit me and i just turned and wentnthe other direction fast
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hear the air from the pistol kind of coming by my ear a little bit." - kyle stevens, wausa high school english teacher the program is run by sioux city police officer chad sheehan, who has done these training sessions since the beginning 2014. he says one of the biggest misconceptions of shoooongs is that they can't happen n small towns.s.but they can happen anywhere. south sioux city's longtime police chief is putting his badge down after 42 years of service. chief scot ford started as a rookie patrol officer in 1974 and was promoted to sergeant just five years later. he has been chief of police for 26 years...the longest in south sioux city history. and during that time, many say he has left a lasting impact. "he'll be greatly missed," "we're a small agency, a little under 30 men. so we're close knit and with him being our leader for as long as he was, he's
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among chief ford's accomplishments, his colleagues say one of the biggest is the technology he brought to the department. they all talk about chief ford with respect and said he created a family atmosphere for them. the last 47 workers at the centurylink call center in sioux city have lost their jobs with the in october, centurylink announced it would close the center which, at one time, a centurylink spokesperson said the closure is part of the efforst to remain compettitive by reducing costs. work at the sioux city center will be transferred to a center in utah. nebraska authorities are investigating after a bald eagle was found shot in cedar county. officials with nebraska game and parks say someone found the dead eagle on sunday about three miles southeast of yankton. they say to rooster and two hen pheasants were found in a bag with the eagle that was thrown into a ditch. hunting season for rooster pheasants runs through january 31, but it's illegal to kill hen pheasants. the punishment for killing a
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bald eagle or even having its feathers comes at a hefty price. the person responsible faces a $250,000 fine and prison time. ififou have information n out the c ce, you're asked to c cl authorities. it's getting to be that time of year again-- the wld famous decorah eagles are getting ready to add more members to their family. the stars of the most viewed live stream of all time have been very busy over the past few months getting their nest ready. you can see in this video, dad arranging the nest, trying to make it as comfortable and warm as possible for the eggs mom will lay soon. they've been extra busy this winter as well because of the milder conditions. (amy ries, rapapr resource project) "they know they're getting ready for it, so at this point, they're not only preparing the nest itself, they're starting to prepare the center of the nest for the egss. they lay in very cold weather, so they have to have a lot of soft, shredded, insulated material to help them keep the eggs warm." we should see eggs sometime between mid to late february,
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new technology is helping cars get smarter. coming up, we'll show you how vehicles are learning to communicate.
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today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough."
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our thursday here with a few snow showers possible as a weak wave of low pressure sinks towards the viewing area. temperatures will be below average with highs approaching the upper 20s. overcast conditions will persist through the night as well, before a stronger wave of precipitation sets its sights on the region in the overnight hours giving the area ore light snoowith accumulationn ranging from a coating up to around 2 inches. the heaviest snow will be confined to the northern towns across siouxland with the most towards sioux falls and points north. high pressure will build right back in during the day on friday giving us sunshine but the return of colder temperatures with highs barely making it to that 20 degree mark. pleasant conditions will last through the weekend before the chance for light snow returns sunday night. we will kick off the next work week with lots of clouds before we begin a warming trend towards the middle of next week, giving us higher temperatures in the middle and upper 30s. >> cars are getting smarter now they have the ability to communicate with stop lights... and even otherercars on the phil lebeau explains...
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because there is a hidden driveway up here") but it also goes one step further... communicatin g with stop lights about changes in traffic... and with the smart phones of pedestrians so they can stop or slow down and avoid crashes where pedestrians could be hurt or killed. (nats) the car has let us know, he is right there (sot full: jeff owens, delphi cto) "the opportunity to get that advanced information before the car is there, before anyone is put in danger it will just be an incredible improvement in safety" vehicle totoehicle communication is a crucial step in the development of autonomous- drive cars and trucks... .....like the google car. delphi's technology will be in the first gm models with super-cruise control,..which come out later this year. the next step for smarter cars, which will hopefully lead to fewer people being accidents. phil lebeau, in las vegas. >> technology is definitely helping make our cars
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coming up next on news 4 today.... how one student raised money and awareness for cancer... with hats! the heartwarming story coming up next. 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. anannow, 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,
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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 you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver.
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a family member inspired a young sioux ciy girl to take action. ktiv's sam curtiss shows us why she joined in the fight against cancer.
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actually going through a loss at and she just decided on her own that she wanted to help. it was the best feeling." the school even posted a bulletin board to show the which is what she stood in front of answering one last question about what the word fearless on her hat meant to cancer, you can still do whatever you want," said kellesse heard. in sioux city, sam curtiss, ktiv news four. >> arrangements for getting the donations to the cancer center are in the works. kellesse's mom hopes her daughter will be the one to deliver the gift. more snow is in the forecast. t.j.'s in next to tell us when it could start falling. and it will be tense this sunday
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in one colorado household. two siblings named after peyton manning and tom m ady will be watching the nfl playoff game together. the story behind their rivalry
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around 2 inches. the heaviest snow will be confined to the northern towns across siouxland with the most towards sioux falls and points north. high pressure will build right back in during the day on friday giving us sunshine but the return of colder temperatures with highs barely making it to that 20 degree mark. pleasant conditions will last through the weekend before the chance for light snow returns sunday night. we will kick off the next work week with lots of clouds before we begin a warming trend towards the middle of next week, giving us higher temperatures in the middle and upper 30s. >> a family will be divided this sunday in a unique way. they're big broncos fans -- except for the first born son. ryan haarer found out why the
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ten year old is already defying his parents.
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sunday's afc championship game. (nats) "we are going to fight a lot." (sot: marcie and brian weibler, parents) "when they're head to head they're wrestling and yelling at each other. unfortunately it usually looks like brady is on top." brady's the smack talker... (nats) "we already have four underneath our belt. and he has-- how many? i forgot to count... two. oh yeah that's right." actually, peyton's only got one ring so far, but his namesake is lelening how to keep up with his big brototr. (nats) "well the patriots... nice comeback... stink!" as for sunday, if the broncos lose, things could get ugly. (sot: peyton weibler, brother) "i am going to punch my brother in the face." ah yes. a strong sibling rivalry. thanks to mom and dad who won't have much sympathy for their oldest come sunday-- in a house divided. (sot: marcie and brian weibler, parents) "it'll be three on one. we'll just tie brady up and throw him out in the garage for two or three hours." (--- anchor tag ---) brady says he'll only watch the game with his
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downstairs. if the pats lose -- he says the super bowl. it's . time for a break. but we're back in just a moment with more news and weather for you on 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 half hour... hillary clinton supporters argue bernie sanders' socialist affiliation would make him lose in the general election. more from the democrat side of the campaign trail. and on the republican side, presidential candidates mike huckabee and rick santorum talked to voters in siouxland. the issues they're pushing during their campaigns coming up. also, iowa senator charles grassley sets a new record for his voting string. why it's such a big deal that he hasn't missed a vote in more than 22 years. and a couple in arkansbs finds out one day after their adoption goes through that their daugher has leukemia. support from the community has helped them find hope. that's in healthbeat 4. but first tj is on the outdoor weather patio....
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wx timer @ :50 clou will be staying thick all across siouxland as we move into our thursday here with a few snow showers possible as a weak wave of low pressure sinks towards the viewing area. temperatures will be below average with highs approaching the upper 20s. overcast conditions will persist through the night as well, before a stronger wave of precipitation sets its sights on the region in the overnight hours giving the area more light snow with accumulations ranging from a coating up to around 2 inches. the heaviest snow will be confined to the northern towns across siouxland with the most towards sioux falls and points north. high pressure will build right back in during the day on friday giving us sunshine but the return of colder temperatures with highs barely making it to that 20 degree mark. pleasant conditions will last through the light snow returns sunday night. we will kick off the next work week with lots of clouds before we begin a warming trend towards the middle of next week, giving us higher temperatures in the
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new polls show hillary clinton and bernie sanders neck-and-neck in iowa. and some opinion surveys find her national lead shrinking. that has clinton supporters using a new tactic -- arguing that a candidate who openly calls himself a socialist could never win the general election. jeff zeleny has the latest from the campaign trail.
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an ad with a hammer and sickle," if sanders became the party's nominee. (sen. claire mccaskill/(d) missouri) "i think the republicans would be very excited. they're obviously helping him in every way they can. it tells everybody what they need to know." today in oklahoma, donald trump seemed excited to do just that. (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "sanders, can you imagine this guy? a socialist slash communist is doing well (crowd booing) no, no, he's beating hillary clinton can you believe this? (cheers) sanders gave a speech at georgetown last year defining socialism. (sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "i am not coming before the american people and saying, 'look, i am this radical, wild-eyed socialist." crazy ideas, but listen to me. but the line between socialism and communism is a fine one - open to being misinterpreted by voters or
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nettleton went to see sanders. she believes in many of his ideas, but is alarmed at how republicans would define him. (jane nettleton/iow a voter) "i think it would be political suicide, frankly. ((for the party?)) yeah, i do. that's my view." >> former senator rick santorum and former arkansas governor mike huckabee both campaigned in cherokee, iowa yesterday. ktiv's tommie clark spoke with both of the candidates.
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looked to boost their way up through the crowd of candidates. former senator rick santorum stopped at the copper cup coffee house in cherokee where he discussed the experience needed for that presidential bid. "people have been upset for several years of sending people to washington who say they're going to do one thing then don't do what they say they're going to do," said presidential candidate, rick santorum. former arkansas governor mike huckabee held a "huddle" at the cherokee train depot where he talked about his commitment to the state of iowa. "i think that a lot of people in iowa are beginning to think through that they don't want to give their caucus vote to someone that they don't know that well...and they know me," said presidential candidate, mike huckabee. the kunickis went to both santorum and huckabee's town halls and say they're impressed with both presidential hopefuls' "genuine" answers to their questions. "i just appreciate the fact that both of these gentlemen would come to northwest, iowa and we get to meet them one on one and that's very important to me," nancy kunickis of laurens, iowa. but, they're still not ready to make a final decision... "i gotta tell ya i'm still on the fence about many, ya it's a very, very large field and the fact that they allow us to meet them
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one-on-one is very helpful and very important to all of us," said ken kunickis of laurens, iowa. both candidates say it's time to get serious and cast that vote on february 1st. >> ben carson says it will be with a "heavy heart" that he resumes his presidential campaign thursday.. following the death of a 25- year old volunteer. carson wrote on facebook that he'll be "filled with the inspiration" of braden joplin's life story when he returns to the campaign trail in iowa. joplin was a texas tech student killed tuesday when a van carrying four carson staff members flipped on any icy patch of road in cass county, iowa .. and was rammed by another vehicle. the candidate immediately stopped campaigning and flew from south carolina to omaha, nebraska.. where joplin was rushed to a trauma center. the other three passengers in the carson van were released from the hospital yesterday. iowa representativ e steve king had strong words for branstad and his call to defeat cruz. king said yesterday, the governor's comments were potentially dangerous for the future of the iowa caucuses.
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"what presidential candidate is going to come to iowa and run if they have to fear that the governor is going to come out and campaign directly against him and yet still not come out and ask iowans this is who i'm for," said congressman steve king. king accused branstad of listening to his son, who works in the bio-fuels industry. iowa's u.s. senator charles grassley has set a record among the country's lawmakers. the 35-year veteran of the senate has gone the longest, out of any other missing a single vote. grassley has not missed a vote in 22 years, six months, and six days, according to roll call, a political watchdog website. during that time he's cast more than 75-hundred 'yeas' and 'nays.' grassley sayeven though you
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may disagree with his voting record, you can't say he's not at work. "i'm proud of it from this standpoint. we have a problem of our voters and our constituents and taxpayers being cynical about whether we work very hard in washington, d.c. and i'm not saying we do work hard enough, but one way of trying to tell people that we are on the job is to make sure that when we vote, i'm there voting," says grassley. when he's not in dc, grassley holds townhall meetings in each county of the state every year, like this one in storm lake a few months ago. political experts say, grassley's record proves his dedication to the people of iowa. "it reinforces the reputation that he's got in washington, and probably in iowa as well. the word you hear again and again is tenacious. this is yet another mark of his tenacity. most members can't go more than a year or two without missing a vote, so to do it for more than two decades is pretty remarkable," says david
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the last time grassley missed a vote was in 1993, when he toured the flood damage in iowa with president bill clinton. move over jefferson, washington, roosevelt and lincoln... there's a new mount rushmore coming to south dakota. to celebrate its 37 year history in the dakotadome, the university of south dakota's basketball program is holding an online vote for fans to pick their favorite players. usd athletic officials whittled down the hundreds of players who've played for the 'yotes in the dome from 1979 to now. they've come up with the top 16 men and top 16 women to create the mt. rushmore of dakotadome basketball. "we want people to look back at their time rooting for the coyotes in the dakotadome, we want to kind of memorialize this era as we move into the new area. it's a great new facility. it's going to be a great improvement for us, but at the same time we don't want to forget all those players that played for 37 years here at the dakotadome and forget all of the accomplishments that they had," said joe thuente, an assistant
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the online voting will narrow down the sweet 16 players to the final four. usd athletic officials will reveal the chosen players at the final basketball game at the dome on february 21. if you want to vote, you'll find the link inside this story on our website, ktiv.com. a pro baseball player surprised a group of students in norfolk with some baseball pointers. monday night at the gregory t. mefford baseball practice facility, about 40 kids gathered to learn the fundamentals of baseball. jake diekman, a pitcher for the texas rangers, surprised these aspiring baseball stars and gave them a few pointers on america's favorite pastime. diekman, who is from the small town of wymore, nebraska wanted to set an example for the kids and show them they can achieve their baseball dreams. "the passion in these kids eyes is huge, i had that when i was growing up and i just saw 40 kids have it, which is great. what they are doing here is unbelievable."
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is also shared by saul soltero. soltero, who is a former player, holds these clinics to teach the their potential. out their daughter had leukemia her adoption. we'll show you what the community is doing to give them find hope. ben: and i'll have your forecast next! > congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field
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i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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wx timer @ 2:30 clouds will be staying thick all across siouxland as we move into our thursday here with a few snow showers possible as a weak wave of low pressure sinks towards the viewing area. temperatures will be below average with highs approaching the upper 20s. overcast conditions will persist through the night as well, before a stronger wave of precipitation sets its sights on the region in the overnight hours giving the area more light snow with accumulations ranging from a coating up to around 2 inches. the heaviest snow will be confined to the northern towns across siouxland with the most towards sioux falls and points north. high pressure will build right back in during the day on friday giving us sunshine but the return of colder temperatures with highs barely making it to that 20 degree mark. pleasant conditions will last through the weekend before the
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sunday night. we will kick off the next work week with lots of clouds before we begin a warming trend towards the middle of next week, giving us higher
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an arkansas community is showering one family with love as they watch their two-year-old daughter battle thanks to that support, they're finding hope along the way. joseph holloway shares their story in healthbeat 4.
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"the next day, took her to the doctor because she had been a little sickly. um, they ran some blood work and that evening, we were on a helicopter flight to children's hospital." on october 28-th, hayden was diagnosed with leukemia. (sot: ann meythaler, parent) "those are scary words and you don't, at that point, know what that looks like... what that looks like for your life and for her life." the meythaler family has made several trips to little rock for hayden's treatment -by car, ambulance and even helicopter. (sot: ann meythaler, parent) "we were in-patient for, i think, about 15 days of that first 30. just in and out of the hospital." but now, two and a half months later, hayden's mom, ann, says they're only making weekly trips to little rock for treatment. and the prognosis for hayden is looking good. (sot: ann meythaler, parent) "her blood work looks great. she's responded very well to treatments, um, and so everything looks very favorable for her." ann says their faith keeps them strong and they're firmly believing in a brighter future for hayden. (sot: ann meythaler, parent) "god has really just kinda been great along the way to kind of establish his promises for her.. for her life." >> that was joseph holloway reporting. hayden's story has
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inspired the community to step in and help. everything from volunteers cleaning the family's house to buying them new bedroom furniture and even buying hayden's favorite treat.... starbucks cake pops. coming up next this morning... target is joining several other retailers promising to use cage-free chickens for their eggs. and wendy's is rolling out a new vegan burger. that's straight ahead. 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...
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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 you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver.
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wall street is drowning in oil. stocks are having their worst start to a year in history in part because of a rapid plunge in the price of oil. the price of crude is down 28 percent this year already, which in turn has dragged down energy company shares. yesterday, stocks recovered much of an early plunge. the dow fell 249 points closing at 15,767. the nasdaq slipped five and the s&p lost 22 points. u.s. stock indexes are down 10 percent or more since the beginning of the year. 2015 proved to be the comeback year for toys.
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with more on that story and other business news, here's ktiv's kaitlyn kinney.... thanks guys. the toy industry had an incredible year, delivering its most robust growth figures in more than a decade. that's according to new data released by the n-p-d group, which finds u-s toy sales jumped nearly 7 percent in 2015 to 19 point 4 billion dollars.... with help from toys like star wars bb-8 droid and teenage mutant ninja turtles figurines. toys inspired by movies outperformed the market... growing by nearly nine and a half percent. wendy's is testing a new black bean burger. ingredients for both the patty and the bun are considered vegan... but not the entire burger. it can be made vegan when ordered without the cheese and ranch sauce. the three test markets for the new black bean burger are salt lake city, utah... columbus, ohio... and columbia, south carolina. target says it's working to
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decade. the minneapolis- based retailer says it's working this year to increase its offerings of cage-free egg products in its stores nationwide. target says it's set a goal of having 100 percent cage-free eggs by 2025. a number of other food suppliers including mcdonald's, taco bell and dunkin' donuts have already pledged to go 100-percent cage-free in coming years. there's a new flavor of oreo cookie. nabisco's cinnamon bun flavored cookies officially hit the market. buzz about the flavor's release has been circulating for three months. fans rejoiced on social media when the cookies were spotted in stores. the company also says it will be re-releasing red velvet oreos in time for
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thanks, kaitlyn. after the break, we'll run down siouxland. plus... how long will star wars fans have to wait for episode eight? that's next in the hollywood
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> > > here are the stories making headlines this morning. an early-morning fire damages a home in norfolk, nebraska. the fire was reported at 2:45
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a-m in the 600-block of walnut avenue. fire officials say heavy flames and smoke were coming from the back of the house when they arrived on the scene. everybody got out of the home safely. crews got the blaze under control in about an hour. the cause of the fire is under investigation. iowa congressman steve king is lashing out at governor terry branstad for telling iowans not to vote for ted cruz in the caucus. king says the governor's comments are potentially dangerous for the future of the iowa caucuses. he wonders what candidadtes will want to come to the state if they know the governor may campaign directly against them. branstad has criticized cruz for calling for an end to federal support of ethanol. south sioux city's longtime police chief i iputting his badge down after 42 years of service. a retirement party will be held tomorrow for scot ford. he started as a rookie patrol officer in 1974 and was promoted to sergeant five years later. ford has been chief of police for 26 years, the longest in south sioux's history. everyone in the department we spoke to talked about chief ford with
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respect and said he created a family atmosphere. many students at crescent park elementary school in sioux city wore hats wednesday to help ananmportant cause. each child paid a dollar to wear a hat, with all proceeds donated to the june e. nylen cancer center. 5th grader kellesse heard organized the fund-drive because her uncle died of stomach cancer. the students raised 216 dollars. one of the next movies set in "a galaxy far, far away" just got a bit further away. david daniel has that and more in the hollywood minunu.
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700-million dollars last year, making it 2015's top toy property. sales took off on "force friday" in september and never let up... even with the lead character "rey" under-represented on store shelves. "use our voice, or whatever way we can..." and a celine dion update: the superstar singer is scheduled to return to her las vegas stage show february 23r3r dion's husband, rere ang0lil, died of cancer last week at age 73... no doubt her fans will be eager to support her, whenever she returns. for hollywood minute, i'm david daniel. >> coming up in our third half hour.... two brothers will be rooting for different teams for the n-f-l matchup on sunday. but they have a little more invested in their teams. we'll show you how their rivalry got started. and last night was a big college basketball night. dordt and northwestern re-newed their rivalry -- while the top-ranked morningside women took on mount marty.
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good morning. thanks for joining us on this thursday, january 21. coming up in this half hour of news 4 today... the governor of michigan publicly apologized for the on going water crisis in flint. and now singer, cher, donated thousands of bottles of water so the residents have safe drinking water, something they haven't had since 2014. e latest from michigan on the way. also, students usually aren't allowed to wear hats during school. but for one dollar, kids at crescent park elementary in sioux city could don a cap and help others battling cancer. and later, the match up between peyton manning and tom brady will be a big one this weekend. but for one colorado household... it's a sibling rivalry and things could get ugly in their divided home this sunday.
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fire damaged a norfolk, nebraska home early this morning. firefighters were called to a house fire on the 600-block of walnut avenue at about 2:45. the house is about a half- block west of norfolk high school. when crews arrived, smoke and flames were coming from the back of the house. those inside made it out safely. it took firefighters about an hour to get the blaze under control. the fire was caused by the fail of an electrical circuit in the home. frustrations continue to spill over in flint, michigan as the city continues to deal with its' contaminated water supply.. yesterday, water donated by the entertainer cher was delivered to the 100- thousand or more who still are unable to use tap water.. michigan's governor has promised answers.. and action -- as federal and state criminal investigations continue.. jay gray has the latest..
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bottled water continues to pour into flint, michigan.. along with a flood of controversy.. and concern over the city's water crisis.. (s/ mayor karen weaver / flint, michigan :09 - :11) "water is a basic human right and everyone deserves clean, good water." but residents in flint haven't had clean water since april of 20-14.. when to save money.. the city began using the flint river as the source for its water supply....n initial test months later showed elevated levelslsf lead i ithe water.. still, officials insisted it was safe.. despite a warning from the epa -- and data from from doctors that showed alarming levels of lead in children's blood.. it wasn't until a few weeks ago.. nearly two years after it started.. that governor rick snyder declared a state of emergency and asked for federal help. and today the embattled governor released two years of e-mails regarding the situation in flint.. after promising transparency during his state-of-the-state address last ght.. (s/ governor r ck snyder / (r) michigan :52 - :56) "i say tonight as i have before: i am sorry, and i will fix it." (s/ erin brockovich / activist :58 - 1:02) "'i'm sorry' doesn't bring back the health and the welfare of these children and their future." (nats: protesters) a future that remains as uncertain.. (nats: protesters : "what do we want? clean water! when do we want it? now!") as the water.. jay gray - nbc news.
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investigators are combing over a tour bus two days after a fatal accident in northern california. the california highway patrol is leading the investigation into the crash, while the national transportation safety board is conducting their own. two women were thrown from the greyhound bus and killed when it flipped onto its side on a highway in san jose tuesday morning. authorities say the driver lost control of the bus before it flipped. the driver, gary bonslater, allegedly told officials he was accident. after more than four decades of service to his community, south sioux city's police chief is retiring. ktiv's tiffany lane spoke with those he led for so many years.
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history. but after 42 years, he's putting "there's probably very little that you look around today that he didn't have the direct hand in," said ed mahon, lieutenant of operations with the south sioux city police department. have in south sioux is a reflection of a leader." that leader began as a rookie patrol officer with the promoted to sergeant. but ford's longest time was years. "keeping our city safe over these last 42 years, we have a very low crime rate," said south sioux city mayor rod koch. "we have very low turnover in our police department." su since chief ford started with the south sioux city police department 42 years ago, there have been many changes, changes many say define his leadership and accomplishments. "he brought us into the electronics era," said andy backman, an investigator with the south sioux city police department. "you know i can tell you when i first started here, our reputation wasn't the best in the state. but he has brought u u to the forefront as far as our equipment, our c cs, equipment we work with." and while ford, kept the department moving forward, he made sure it always felt like family. "he was firm, but fair," said doug adams, lieutenant of investigations for the south sioux city police department. "he was willing to listen to any ideas you had and if he had one idea, you could convince him that your idea was maybe better,
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he'd go along with it." that firmness is something ford's colleagues say came from his time serving in the army. and while they say they will miss his leadership, they are hapap for the time he will have to reflect on the legacy he's leaving. in south sioux city, nebraska, tiffany lane, ktiv news 4.>> it's getting to be that time of year again--the world famous decorah eagles getting ready to add more members to their family. the stars of the most viewew live stream of all time have been very y sy over the past few months getting their nest ready.
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arranging the nest, trying to make it as comfortable and warm as possible for the eggs mom will lay soon. they've been extra busy this winter as well because of the milder conditions. (amy ries, raptor resource project) "they know they're getting ready for it, so at this point, they're not only preparing the nest itself, they're starting to prepare the center of the nest for the egss. they lay in very cold weather, so they have to have a lot of soft, shredded, insulated material to help them keep the eggs warm." we should see eggs sometime between mid to late february, and should see them hatch a little over a month later. it will be tense this sunday in one colorado household. two siblings named after peyton manning and tom brady will be watching the nfl playoff game together. the story behind their rivalry is coming up next. and i'll have your complete
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giving us sunshine but the return of colder temperatures with highs barely making it to that 20 degree mark. pleasant conditions will last through the weekend before the chance for light snow returns sunday night. we will kick off the next work week with lots of clouds before we begin a warming trend towards the middle of next week, giving us higher temperatures in the
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a family will be divided this sunday in a unique way. they're big broncos fans -- except for the first born son. ryan haarer found out why the ten year old is already defying his parents.
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i tell them, they're like, what? then they look at brady and go 'what? why? i'll just say, well, i like the name!" but brady weibler fully embraced it. although he's quickly found himself the odd man out at school.... (sot: brady weibler, brother) "you have nobody to talk to." and at homom (sot: marcie and brian weibler, parentnt "he's usually pretty good but sometimes he gets too annoying and we send him to another room to watch. because we can't stand it!" the weiblers didn't stop at brady. in 2007 peyton manning led the colts to a super bowl. and son number two came along. (nats) "i'm peyton." yup. brady's younger brother-- is peyton. and since manning's move from indy-- game time's been-- tense. (nats) "usually i am on the floor. peyton's on the couch and mom and dad are on the couch." mom and dad will have to sit in the middle during sunday's afc championship game. (nats) "we are going to fight a lot." (sot: marcie and brian weibler, parents) "when they're head to head they're wrestling and yelling at each other. unfortunately it usually looks like brady is on top." brady's the smack talker... (nats) "we already have four underneath our belt. and he has-- how many? i forgot to count... two. oh yeah that's right." actually, peyton's only got one ring so far, but his namesake is learning how to keep up with his big brother. (nats) "well the patriots... nice
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comeback... stink!" as for sunday, if the broncos lose, things could get ugly. (sot: peyton weibler, brother) "i am going to punch my brother in the face." ah yes. a strong sibling rivalry. thanks to mom and dad who won't have much sympathy for their oldest come sunday-- in a house divided. (sot: marcie and brian weibler, parents) "it'll be three on one. we'll just tie brady up and throw him out in the garage for two or three hours.">> that was ryan haarer reporting. brady says he'll only watch the game with his family if there's food downstairs. if the pats lose -- he says he'll root for the broncos in the super bowl. dordt and northwestern re-newed their rivalry -- while the top-ranked morningside women took on mount marty last night. those highlights are
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and nebraska tries to keep a winning streak alive, in a tough game at michigan state. highlights just ahead in the sports fource morning wrap.
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as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote.we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will.
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>> siouxland college basketball teams re- newed some old rivalries on wednesday night. ktiv's brad pautsch has all the action in the sports fource morning wrap.
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drives and scores -- northwestern gets the revenge and beats dordt in a high scoring affair, 99 to 86. the mustangs trailing by 3 at the half, 46-43. mount marty doesn't back down in the third quarter -- logan wagner scoops in 2 of her game-high 26 points. lancers built the lead up to 8. morningside rallies. lexi ackerman drives for the hoop and the hack. mustangs tie the game at 48-all. (no reason to worry, right?) morningside tries to come all the way back. jessica tietz scores down low -- she led the mustangs with 16 points. but the lancers made 15 three- pointers. raquel sutera drops in the triple and mount marty shocks number-1 morningside, 84-77. nebraska had lost ten straight games to ranked teams. 1st half -- huskers down 2 -- glynn watson jr. pulls up and hits the jumper, ties the game at 33. 2nd half -- it's still tied. tai webster knocks down the pull up jumper -- nebraska in front by two. nebraska leading 66-62 -- shavon shields drives and hits the jump hook -- huskers up six. shields tied a seaosn-high with 28 points. final seconds -- huskers up one -- denzel valentine with the chance for the win -- but the ball hits the front of the rim, and nebraska with their fourth straight game, 72-71. for more go to ktiv.com. i'm brad pautsch with the sports fource morning wrap. >> you probably don't want to hear it, but more snow is on the way. t.j.'s in next with the details. and one student raised money and areness for cancer...with hats! the heartwarming story is coming up next.
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you probably don't want to hear it, but more snow is on the way. t.j.'s in next with the details. and one student raised money and awareness for cancer...with hats!
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the night as well, before a strongee wave of preciiitation sets its sights on the region in e overnight hours givinggthe area more light snow with accumulations ranging from a coating up to around 2 inches. the heaviest snow will be confined to the northern towns across siouxland with the most towards sioux falls and points north. high pressure will build right back in during the day on friday giving us sunshine but the return of colder temperatures with highs barely making it to that 20 degree mark. pleasant conditions will last through the weekend before the chance for light snow returns sunday night. we will kick off the next work week with lots of clouds before we begin a warming trend towards the middle of next week, giving us higher temperatures in the middle and upper 33s. >> the health struggle and death of a family member inspired a young sioux ciy girl to take action. ktiv's sam curtiss shows us why she joined in the fight against cancer.
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stomach cancer. he died in december. "and i had a third grade teacher who had breast cancer," said heard. so, kellesse wanted to make a difference. from sports haha to bucket hats and custom hats. wednesday was hat day at crescent park elementary because of her. "it really touched my heart when i heard that she wanted to do something for others," said melanie robinson, kellesse's teacher. so the fifth grader wrote her principal. seeking and getting approval for hat day. the only requirement - for each one worn - students would donate a dollar for the june e. nylen cancer center. "it shows that they care," said kellesse heard. "it was really impressive how many people we got to donate(d)." of the 204 students, kellesse says all pitched in. raising $216. something she could tell mom at pickup. "i was very proud," said tina heard, kellesse's mother. "we were actually going through a loss at that point and she just decided on her ownnthat she wanted to
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help. it was the best the school even posted a bulletin board to show the which is what she stood in front of answering one last question about what the word fearless on her hat meant cancer, you can still do whatever you want," said kellesse heard. in sioux city, sam curtiss, ktiv news four. >> arrangements for getting the donations to the cancer kellesse's mom hopes her daughter will be the one to deliver the gift. it's . time for a break. we're back 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 half hour... hillary clinton supporters argue bernie sanders' socialist affiliation would make him lose in the general election. more from the democratic side of the campaign trail. and on the republican side, presidential candidates mike huckabee and rick santorum talk to voters in siouxland.
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during their campaigns coming up. also, iowa senator charles grassley sets a new record for his voting string. why it's such a big deal that he hasn't missed a vote in more than 22 years. and later in what's trending, skycraper in detroit. it only stands six feet tall, but it boasts more than 50 thousand legos. but first tj is on the outdoor weather patio.
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highs barely making it to that 20 degree mark. pleasant conditions will last through the weekend before the chance for light snow returns sunday night. we will kick off the next work week with lots of clouds before we begin a warming trend towards the middle of next week, giving us higher temperatures in the middle and upper 30s. >> new polls show hillary clinton and bernie sanders neck-and-neck in iowa. and some opinion surveys find her national lead shrinking. that has clinton supporters using a new tactic -- arguing that a candidate who openly calls himself a socialist could never win the general election. jeff zeleny has the latest from the campaign trail.
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's' word, saying a socialist could spell doom for the party. (david brock/founde r, correct the record, a pro-clinton super pac/bloomberg) "he's not electable in the general election and that's because of the elephant in the room - he's a socialist." clinton hasn't said the word socialist, tonight, she's running a new television ad arguing she's the most electable. (nats - clinton ad) senator claire mccaskill - a supporter - said republicans "can't wait to run an ad with a hammer and sickle," if sanders became the party's nominee. (sen. claire mccaskill/(d) missouri) "i think the republicans would be very excited. they're obviously helping him in every way they can. it tells everybody what they need to know." today in oklahoma, donald trump seemed excited to do just that. (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "sanders, can you imagine this guy? a socialist
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beating hillary clinton can you believe this? (cheers) sanders gave a speech at georgetown last year defining socialism. (sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "i am not coming before the american people and saying, 'look, i am this radical, wild-eyed socialist." crazy ideas, but listen to me. but the line between socialism and communism is a fine one - open to being misinterpreted by voters or exploited by rivals. this week k iowa, jane nettleton went to see sanders. she believes in many of his ideas, but is alarmed at how republicans would define him. (jane nettleton/iow a voter) "i think it would be political suicide, frankly. ((for the party?)) yeah, i do. that's my view." >> former senator rick santorum and
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former arkansas governor mike huckabee both campaigned in cherokee, iowa yesterday. ktiv's tommie clark spoke with both candidates.
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the kunickis went to both santorum and huckabee's town halls and say they're impressed with both presidential hopefuls' "genuine" answers to their questions. "i just appreciate the fact that both of these gentlemen would come to northwest, iowa and we get to meet them one on one and that's very important to me," nancy kunickis of laurens, iowa. but, they're still not ready to o make a final decision... "i gotta tell yaya'm still on the fence about many, ya it's a very, very large field and the fact that they allow us to meet them one-on-one is very helpful and very important to all of us," said ken kunickis of laurens, iowa. both candidates say it's time to get serious and cast that vote on february 1st. >> ben carson says it will be with a "heavy heart" that he resumes his presidential campaign today.. following the death of a 25- year old campaign volunteer. carson wrote on facebook that he'll be "filled with the inspiration" of braden joplin's life story when he returns to the campaign trail in iowa. joplin was a texas tech student killed tuesday when a van carrying four carson staff members crashed on interstate in western iowa. carson immediately stopped campaigning and flew from south carolina to
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the omaha hospital where joplin was taken. the three other passengers in the van were treated and released. iowa's u.s. senator charles grassley has set a record among the country's lawmakers. the 35-year veteran of the senate has gone the longest, out of any other senator, without missing a single vote. grassley has not missed a vote in 22 years, six months, and six days, according to roll call, a political watchdog website. during that time he's cast more than 75-hundred 'yeas' and 'nays.' the last time grassley missed a vote was in 1993, when he toured thehelood damage in iowa with president bill clinton. move over jefferson, washington, roosevelt and lincoln... there's a new mount rushmore coming to south dakota. to celebrate its 37 year history in the dakotadome, the university of south dakota's basketball program is holding an online vote for fans to pick their favorite players. usd athletic officials whittled down the hundreds of players who've
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in the dome from 1979 to now. they've come up with the top 16 men and top 16 women to create the mt. rushmore of dakotadome basketball. "we want people to look back at their time rooting for the coyotes in the dadatadome, we want to kind of memorialize this era as we move into the new area. it's a great new facility. it's going to be a great improvement for us, but at the same time we don't want to forget all those players that played for 37 years here at the dakotadome and forget all of the accomplishments that they had," said joe thuente, an assistant athletic director at usd. the online voting will narrow down the sweet 16 players to the final four. usd athletic officials will reveal the chosen players at the final basketball game at the dome on february 21. if you want to vote, you'll find the link inside this story on our website, ktiv.com. a pro baseball player surprised a group of students in norfolk, nebraska with some baseball pointers. about 40 kids gathered to learn the fundamentals of baseball at the mefford baseball practice facility earlier this week. jake diekman, a pitcher for the texas rangers,
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surprised the aspiring baseball stars and gave them a few pointers on the game. diekman, who is from the small town of wymore, nebraska wanted to set an example for the kids and show them they can achieve their dreams. "the passion in these kids eyes is huge, i had that when i was growing up and i just saw 40 kids have it, which is great. what they are doing here is unbelievable." diekman's passion for baseball is also shared by saul soltero. soltero, who is a former player, scout and coach holds these clinics to teach the kids to go beyond their potential. there's a new skyscraper in detroit. it's only six feet tall and made entirely out of lego's. that's up next in what's trending. and i'll have your complete
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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 t t 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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wx timer @ 1:30 clouds will be staying thick all across siouxland as we move into our thursday here with a few snow showers possible as a weak wave of low pressure sinks towards the viewing area. temperatures will be below average with hihs approaching the upper 20s. overcast conditions will persist through the night as well, before a stronger wave of precipitation sets its sights on the region in the overnight hours giving the area more light snow with accumulations ranging from a coating up to around 2 inches. the heaviest snow will be confined to the northern towns across siouxland with the most towards sioux falls and points north. high pressure will build right back in during the day on friday giving us sunshine but the return of colder temperatures with highs barely making it to that 20 degree mark. pleasant conditions will the chanceeor light snow returns sunday night. we will kick off he next work week with lots of clouds before we begin a warming trend towards the middle of next week, giving us higher temperatures in the middle and upper 30s. >> brick by brick, block by block,
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stands tall in detroit. six feet tall- made entirely of legos. more than 50-thousand of them, held together by globs of glue. it's a model of downtown detroit's renaissance center, now on display at the north american international auto show. the creation is one of 10 motor-city area lego landmarks that will be on permanent discovery center opens this spring in nearby auburn hills. straight ahead... a famous soprano's actress reveals she's struggled with a disease for several years.
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he's the conservative you can trust, to fight for our beliefs. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> if you didn't stay up last night for jimmy fallon... here's what
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on the show tonight, marco rubio, sarah silvlvman and musical guest "wet." the tonight show with jimmy fallon airs here on ktiv at 10:35 after news 4. hollywood actor leonardo dicaprio was recognized for leadership on global climate change at the world economic forum in davos. the actor used his acceptance speech to criticize what he called the corporate greed of the energy industry. his 'leonardo dicaprio foundation' is involved in supporting conservation initiatives globally. organizers say the awards recognize artists for their outstanding commitment to improving the quality of life around the world. through the years, there have been more than 80 recipients of the crystal award. actress jamie-lynn sigler long battle with multiple sclerosis. the sopranos actress tells people magazine she was first diagnosed with the degenerative
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was 20. sigler, who married over the weekend, says she wasn't ready to share her illness until now. she lived symptom-free for years, according to the magazine, but the last ten have been a challenge. sigler says she battles weakness and can't walk for long periods without resting. medication has helped stabilize her symptoms for the past six years. thursday sarah- singer emma bunton (spice girls) is 40 al- actress geena davis is 60 sarah- singer- songwriter billy ocean is 66 al- singer mac davis is 74 sarah- opera singer- conductor placido domingo is 75 al- world golf hall of famer jack nicklaus is 76 >
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across siouxland as we move into our thursday here with a few snow showers possible as a weak wave of low pressure sinks towards the viewing area. temperatures will be below average with highs approaching the upper 20s. overcast conditions will persist through the night as well, before a stronger wave of precipitation sets its sights on the region in the overnight hours giving the area more light snow with accumulations ranging from a coating up to around 2 inches. the heaviest snow will be confined to the northern towns across siouxland with the most towards sioux falls and points nonoth. high pressure will buuld right back in during the day on the return of colder temperatutes with highs barely making it to that 20 degree mark. pleasant conditions will last through the weekend before the chance for light snow returns sunday night. we will kick off the next work week with lots of clouds before we begin a warming trend towards the middle of next week, giving us higher temperatures in the middle and upper 30s. >> it's time to wrap things up this morning. when we come back we'll run down the top stories in siouxland. and listen to the rhythm coming
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out of spain for the annual drumming festival. we'll check out the beats when we come
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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'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...
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i'm fighting f f you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. an early-morning fire damages a home in norfolk, nebraska. the fire was reported at 2:45 a-m in the 600-block of walnut avenue. fire officials say heavy flames and smoke were coming from the rear of the house when they arrived on the scene. everybody got out of the home safley. the fire chief said the failure of an electrical circuit in the attic sparked the fire. it was brought under control within an hour. iowa congressman steve king is lashing ououat governor terry branstad for telling iowans not to vote for ted cruz in the caucus. king says the governor's comments are potentially dangerous for the future of the iowa caucuses. he wonders what candidadtes will
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want to come to the state if they know the governor may campaign directly against them. branstad has criticized cruz for calling for an end to federal support of ethanol. south sioux city's longtime badge down after 42 years of service. a retirement party will be held tomorrow for scot ford. he started as a rookie patrol officer in 1974 and was promoted to sergeant five years later. ford has been chief of police for 26 years, the longest in south sioux city history. everyone in the department we spoke to talked about chief ford with respect and said he created a family atmosphere. many students at crescent park elementary school in sioux city wore hats yesterday to help an important cause. each child paid a dollar to wear a hat, with all proceeds donated to the june e. nylen cancer center. 5th grader kellesse heard organized the fund-drive because her uncle died of stomach cancer. the students raised 216 dollars.
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blizzard that t uld dump 2-feet on the region. our weather team of al and dylan have it all covered. also ahead.. a bombshell new report on the death of a former russian spy.. poisoned with a cup of tea. was it approved.. by vladimir putin? those stories, plus.. hoda will be live in las vegas.. taking you behind- the-scenes, as jennifer lopez kicks off her new show on the strip. when we see you, here on today. >> spain held it's annual 24- hour drumming festival yesterday in san sebastian. during the one-day event, drummers from across the city beat their way through san sebastian, celebrating the city's patron saint. members of the city's most famous society dressed in blue and white outfits for the special event. this year 135 drumming groups, made up of locals dressed as soldiers or chefs, took part in the
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