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i'm robert lowe in for matt breen and sheila brummer. while the mid-atlantic and the northeast are battling snow.. parts of the south are struggling with dangerous, icy conditions. north carolina took the first punch from this massive storm. the storm started just after midnight making the morning commute treacherous. six weather-related deaths were reported in north carolina alone. statewide...about a
sot: (governor) stay off the roads if you don't need to be on the roads and spend some time with your family." the city is thankful many heeded the warnings...and stayed home. today's snow and ice is really just the start of the travel nightmare this storm is creating. it's beginning to paralyze air travel along the east coast.. with a ripple effect across the country. airports in several major cities have already canceled all flights for tomorrow. flightaware reports more than three thousand flights canceled and more than six thousand have been delayed so far... sound from presser: if you're planning to fly on saturday don't come to the airport because your flight has been canceled." the best travel advice from officials? don't travel anywhere if you don't have to. but while other parts of the country are dealing with severe weather, things in siouxland are a bit calmer. let's toss it over to chief meteorologist ron demers to see what siouxland can expect tonight and this weekend. the peeks of sun were nice to see but for most of us they didn't
dominate our weather through the weekend and we could see areas of fog tonight and into saturday morning as well. the cooler temperatures we saw friday will warm pretty nicely as we'll have a chance of getting into the 30s over the weekend. the community honored a respected leader today. ktiv's tiffany lane was at the retirement ceremony for south sioux city's police chief and has more.
take a little bit with you," said ford. "you know it stays with you. sometimes it's waiting and weighs you down. sometimes it's joyful when you're able to, by your intervention, you're able to help somebody and make an improvement in their life, that's tremendous." on friday, many people came to the law enforcement center to honor chief ford. they reflected on his accomplishme nts and said "thanks." words that could only begin to describe four decades of service to a community. su "when speaking with chief ford about his fondest memories with the south sioux city police department after so many years, he says it's very difficult to name just one." "i think the comradery. we always try to maintain in this department a feeling of family and i think that's probably what's going to be the hardest to walk away from." but while he won't be around his police family every day, ford will be able to spend time with his family at home that has supported his career for so many years. "you know along with this job goes the fact that you're always called away from things," said ford. "so that will end now.
and holidays, such as that." and even though he will no longer walk down the path to the law enforcement center every day, ford will always be a part of the brotherhood that many say he created. in south sioux city, nebraska, tiffany lane. ktiv news 4. >> when asked about what his plans are for retirement, ford says for now-- he would like to relax and unwind. a yankton south dakota man involved in an officer- related shooting in september was sentenced earlier today. 19-year-old trae angel was sentenced to 25 years at the south dakota state penitentiary. the courtroom was full of yankton police officers as well as the mother of trae angel. angel pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated
and one count aggravated assault resulting in serious bodily injury. officers attempted to take angel into custody in september when police say he assaulted two people and attempted to carjack a woman at gunpoint. he later pointed a gun at the officers. the d-c-i concluded the shooting by officer jason foote was justified. officer foote spoke at the sentencing and said he had never been in fear of his and his colleagues lives until that day. an akron, iowa man has been arrested for burglary and domestic abuse. 35-year-old nathan leekley was arrested at his le mars, iowa residence earlier today on a warrant for burglary, domestic abuse assault and violation of a no contact order. leekley was taken to the plymouth county jail. these charges stem from an incident that occured earlier this morning. still to come.... we've got action from 10 different basketball games around siouxland. highlights are coming up on
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but for most of us they didn't last long. clouds will continue to dominate our weather through the weekend
and we could see areas of fog tonight and into saturday morning as well. the cooler temperatures we saw friday will warm pretty nicely as we'll have a chance of getting into the 30s over the weekend. our next snow
starts to move in sunday night and we could even see a mix of precipitation as it begins. snow will continue into monday with some light snow accumulations likely. that system moves out by tuesday leaving us with highs in the upper 20s. then better warming finally moves in with 30s likely from tuesday until
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weight loss, a change in diet, and increased physical activity all play a part in reversal of the disease. unless preventive measures are taken, up to 30 percent of those individuals with prediabetes will develop type 2 diabetes within five years. still to come for us on a thursday night presidential candidate hillary clinton looks to gain support with less than two weeks until the iowa caucuses
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with just 10 days to go until the iowa caucuses, hillary clinton is trying to shore up support with younger voters who've been flocking to bernie sanders. last night, the presidential candidate appeared with singer demi lovato in iowa city. both campaigns believe the contest between clinton and sanders is close. with less than two weeks left until the caucuses, clinton is stepping up her attacks on sanders. 12:54 in theory, there's a lot to like about his ideas but 'in theory' isn't enough. a new poll shows bernie sanders could have an 8 point lead in iowa, assuming he can bring new voters to
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donald trump's bid for president has another reality star throwing support behind his campaign, 'duck dynasty' star willie robertson. he introduced and endorsed trump thursday night at the outdoor sportsman awards in las vegas. trump thanked willie for his endorsement, and reaffirmed his support for the second amendment. this comes only a week after willie's controversial relative phil robertson endorsed trump rival ted cruz. two republican presidential candidates will be
in siouxland tomorrow. frontrunner donald trump will be in sioux center at dordt college. he will speak at 11 a.m. door open at 9. doctor ben carson will stop in sioux city tomorrow. there will be a prayer service at the orpheum theatre. the event is in memory of the staffer who died tuesday in a van accident in cass county, iowa. doors open at 11 and the event starts at 1. that'll do it for news and weather but, our sportsfource extra crew is just getting warmed up. highlights from ten games coming
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thanks for tuning in to sports fource extra. along with mark freund, i'm brad pautsch. we've got metro clashes between east and heelan -- plus west and north. the boys and girls from western christian are both ranked number-1, and were challenged by top ten teams from spirit lake. we also go to ponca, homer, newell and alta -- and
east and bishop heelan are both chasing council bluffs abe lincoln in race. the black raiders are in second place, just ahead of the crusaders. east and heelan met for the second time this season, the black raiders won the first meeting, 79-67. a full house at east high -- and the crowd saw an intense game from the opening tip. heelan down 15-6 after one -- but they start to push it. bryce reynolds with the strong drive. crusaders on a 9-0 run to tie it at 15. east gets the lead right back -- connor murrell goes up in traffic -- 2 of his 30 points -- black raiders up five at the half. heelan keeps coming back. deandre burnside -- the quickest release around -- this would go to overrtime. but the raiders hold on -- ty benson drives and gets 2 of his 12 points -- east beats heelan in ot, 78-70. north and west also meeting for the second time -- the stars won the first meeting by seven points. west down 16 at the half, but they come storming back. noah
the bucket. a 10-2 run for west. north gets one back. trent wilson uses the 'euro-step' for the layin. stars still up nine after
three quarters. but west would take the lead in the 4th -- mcwell, the senior -- with the power move and the wovlerines go in front. but north holds them off -- jailen billings with the 3 -- and the foul. north egdes west 71-68. the spencer girls looking for their fifth straight win-- visiting lemars. bulldogs down 17 in the third quarter but freshman madison dreckman makes the 3-pointer to get lemars a little closer. spencer keeps their distance. keely petzenhauser weaves her way through the defense for the layin. tigers up15 after three. the 'dogs still have some bite. cassidy utesch with the steal -- she takes it (all the way the other way) for 2 -- but it's not quite enough.
finds kendra bauermeister on the break -- spencer beats lemars 54-42. there was another big rematch in hull, as the top-ranked boys team in 2a -- western christian -- hosted spirit lake, who is ranked fourth in 3a. the wolfpack won in spirit lake,
back in december, by 30 points. since then, the indians have won ten games in a row. during that 10-game winning, the indians have been winning by an average margin of 33 points per game. back and forth early on - taylor miedema drives to the cup - miedema had 11 - western up by 4 early. spirit lake counters with ryan kriener - the hawkeye recruit absorbs the contact - count the bucket and the foul - but kriener was held to 10 points. the indians go outside later - jake heitritter from the corner - spirit lake takes a one-point lead. but western would hang tough at home - tyson kooima hits from deep and western christian defends
ranking with a 73-54 win over spirit lake. the western girls, also number 1 in 2a, hosting 3a's 8th-ranked team, spirit lake. second quarter, wolfpack already up 17-to-9 - payton harmsen from the top of the key - three is good - another great start for western. spirit lake gets a little closer though - macy smith drives and gets the tough shot to go, fading away. then, time winding down - anna brown just gets it off before the buzzer - drains the three - count it - indians still down 14 at the half, though. the second half was all western - ashtyn veerbeek grabs the miss and puts it back - veerbeek led the wolfpack with 22 points and western christian wins big again, 74-to-32. it was pink-out night in boyden - the boyden-hull guys hosting west lyon. second quarter
- comets up 5 - wildcats throw it away - chandler brunsting is there to grab it for the easy layup at the other end. the usual suspects, scoring in this one for boyden-hull -
deep - it's a 10-point comet lead. west lyon tries to hang around - colin snyder cans a three from the corner - but the wildcats, still down by 5. boyden-hull would pull away - marcus rens connects on the three - comets win at home, 80-to-56. still to come, we'll head to nebraska for games in ponca and homer. and, the newell-fonda girls try to protect their top-ten ranking. please stay with us.
at-home dna tests are growing in popularity. coming up monday morning we'll show you how these tests can give you more info about yourself. and we'll meet a man who's been cutting hair for over 90 years. we'll show you his secret to staying in business. welcome back. the newell-fonda girls are ranked sixth this week in class 1a. the mustangs were back home -- where they've only lost once all season. ktiv's sam curtiss is here with more. newell-fonda hasn't lost to a 1-a team all season -- their three losses are to 3a and 4a teams. the mustangs are also
into tonight's game with southeast valley. a lot of pink shirts in the crowd for breast cancer awareness night. let's start right from the tip-off - maddie morenz floats off the glass - mustangs open game on 13-0 run. you won't see morenz in frame - great cut to the hoop - she led everyone with 22 points. let's shift into high gear and go coast- to-coast - erin gerke weaves her way to a 16-point night. mustangs led wire-to-wire - jordan wilken with the assist - morenz the finish. newell-fonda now 12-4 with a 59-45 win. the alta-aurelia boys, trying to snap a two-game losing skid against east sac county. early first quarter - teams trading buckets - parker meier in traffic - softly lobs it up - he finished with 10. the raiders down 7-6 - went on a small run - cameron wernimont great
points for him. warriors down 13-7 - slinging it around - alex snyder for three - makes a few fans dab. but the warriors skid would continue - sam scott in the corner for three. east sac county winners 49-40. the ponca boys (10 and 5), hosting bancroft-rosalie, who's 8 and 6. logan kingsbury starts off with the hot hand for the indians, here he drives to the hoop and makes a tough shot, ponca is up five. ponca continues to roll, this time
defender and puts the shot in off the backboard, the indians now with a seven point lead. bancroft-rosalie finally gets on the board when a well placed pass leads aaron ras to the hoop and he gets the basket and one, but the panthers still trail by 13. the indians continue their attack now as kingsbury passes it to hunter schweers who makes the easy layup, ponca gets the win by a final of 49 to 37. the homer girls hosting walthill -- both teams looking for their fifth win. the knights get off to a good start early, kacie king gets the ball in the post and she puts in the basket to put homer up by two. walthill answers back, on the fast break, precious stewart gets the pass and banks the shot in, and the blujays take a two point lead. later on, the blujays get it done on the boards as jenika brown gets the offensive rebound and puts it back in, but walthill is still down five. the knights start to pull away, bryanna woodard drives baseline
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