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a week away and the candidates are working to grow and solidify their support. we've also learned there is a chance a third party candidate could enter the race. nbc's dan scheneman has the story. > senator bernie sanders appeared
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morning..talking about a potential run against donal trump in the general election "i would very much look forward to a race against donald trump, a guy who does not want to raise the minimum wage, but wants to give hundreds of billions of dollars in tax breaks to the top two-tenths of 1 percent who thinks wages in america are too high and who thinks that climate change is a hoax, invented by the chinese. chuck, there would be nothing more in this world that i would like to take on donald trump. we would beat him, and we would beat him badly. with the iowa caucuses just eight days away... the des moines register newspaper has announced its endorsements for the republican and democratic nominations for president. the paper picked hillary clinton because they say no other candidate can match the depth or breadth of her knowledge and experience. on the republican side... the paper endorsed senator marco rubio because they say he has the potential to chart a different direction for the g-o-p. they say he represents the party's best hope. a snowmobile accident in monona co. has left one man dead. authorities say 48 year- old david daigle was traveling by snowmobile in a field east of the 1300 block of k-42. the baton rouge native attempted to cut across a field. he was unaware of an irrigation unit and collided with it. daigle was transported to mercy hospital in
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pronounced dead due to injuries suffered. we've got a number of winter weather advisories in effect as snow is on the way for more we'll toss it over to meterologist t.j. springer winter weather advisories in effect for parts of siouxland from tonight through monday night our gloomy stretch of weather is continuing across siouxland as we close out our weekend! the clouds are thick and they will not be budging as we move through the rest of the evening into the overnight hours, out ahead of our next weather maker. temperatures are on the mild side once again due to se flow. it's also causing some visibility problems due to patchy dense fog. warm air riding over the cold, snow packed surface is the culprit, but the fog will diminish as we head into tonight. precipitation will be on the increase though with some patchy freezing drizzle/light wintry mix possible towards midnight. precipitation will begin to mix with and change to snow in the early morning hours of monday with the snow increasing in intensity through the day. accumulations across siouxland will range anywhere from 1-2" with heavier amount to the north. the snow looks like it will effect both commutes so take it slow and allow for extra time. the system will quickly exit monday night with sunshine returning for tuesday. the sunshine will be with us through the end of the work week along
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temperatures will climb towards that 40 degree mark towards thursday and will possibly rise above that for friday! at least 25 people are dead after this weekend's massive east coast blizzard...including a new jersey mother and child who died of carbon monoxide poisoning while sitting in their car with a blocked tailpipe. millions are now digging out....highway crews are plowing....but some air travelers are still stuck with thousands of flights cancelled. nbc's jennifer johnson has our story.
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cars need to be removed from highways from pennsylvania to kentucky....hundreds of thousands of people are still without power. (sot governor larry hogan / (r) maryland :26-:33) "there's a great amount of work to be done...conduct damage assessments...and recovery from an event of this severity." new york's airports are open but the two washington-area airports remain closed... rail service along the east coast is limited. coastal flooding is improving. governors are still urging people to stay off the roads. (sot governor andrew cuomo / (d) new york :47-:53) "the travel ban has been lifted...that does not mean people should go out and take a ride and see the sights." in virginia...a buried fire hydrant hampered efforts to save this house. heavy snow is collapsing roofs--this church in pennsylvania...and the washington redskin's training facility. (nats of snowball fight) (super: washington, dc 1:08-1:17) but sunshine has led to celebration.....a friendly snowball fight in washington's dupont circle...sledding around the u.s. capital. a paralyzed east coast is finally moving again. (two second pause) audio outcue: jennifer johnson, nbc news, washington. (sot stand up close - jennifer johnson/ washington, dc 1:18-1:25) "hundreds of schools have already cancelled classes monday....while congress has cancelled votes tuesday and wednesday...postponing any action until february 1st. jennifer johnson, nbc news, washington." >> nothing beats a good book on a
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and when it has to do with sioux city.. it's even better. today sioux city fire rescue held a book signing for the book titled --fully involved. its full of pictures and stories about the 150-year history of the sioux city fire department. one co-author says the book was years in the making. "several attempts have been made over years by firefighters to write a history of the fire department and it never got done. early this summer i decided it was time to do it," author of fully involved. the book can be purchased at sioux city gifts for $49.95. for every book purchased 5-dollars will be donated toward sioux city fire's historical society. radon is gas you can't smell, taste or see. it forms naturally when radioactive metals break
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but, as ktiv's sheila brummer shows us in tonight's healthbeat4, it can be a real health hazard.
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january is radon awareness month. and, the heath department does have tests. the kits cost $7.00. you leave them in your basement for three to seven days, then send them off to get a reading. 2:06 "we work very hard for where it be radon or other things to encourage people to have the environment they live in be as safe as it possibly can be." if your home does test high for radon, it's recommended you install a radon mitigation system. that's because radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer. for more information on the dangers of radon, including a fact sheet, go to our website ktiv.com. coming up on news 4 at 10 january is radon awareness month. and, the heath department does have tests. the kits cost $7.00. you leave them in your basement for three to seven days, then send them off to get a reading. 2:06 "we work very hard for where it be radon or other things to encourage people to have the environment they live in be as safe as it possibly can be." if your home does test high for radon, it's recommended you install a radon mitigation system. that's because radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer.
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dangers of radon, including a fact sheet, go to our website ktiv.com. coming up on news 4 at 10 iowa played purdue at home today, looking for the season sweep of the boilermakers. mark's in later with highlights she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
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allow for extra time. the system commutes so take it slow and allow for extra time. the system will quickly exit monday night with sunshine returning for tuesday. the sunshine will be with us through the end of the work week along with a warming trend. temperatures will climb towards that 40 degree mark towards thursday and will possibly rise above that for friday! >>
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the race for the whitehouse is heating up with just eight days to go until the iowa caucuses, nbc's dan scheneman has the story.
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support among evangelicals....a crucial voting block in next month's caucuses.. (nats) trump attended the presbyterian service just one day after he made an surprising claim about (donald trump/sioux city iowa saturday:18-:23) "i could stand in the middle of avenue, and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? it's like incredible." tight battle with trump in iowa, made light of the remark. (sen. ted cruz (r) presidential of campaign." for (snl) meanwhile the democrats are looking at the possibility that billionaire and former new york mayor michael bloomberg could enter the race. experts believe that would only happen if trump, cruz or bernie sanders are their party's nominees. on meet the press, hillary clinton said she will save bloomberg the trouble.... (hillary clinton/(d)democrat ic presidential candidate1:02-1:06) "well, i'm going to relieve him of that and get the nomination so he doesn't have to." polls have clinton running neck and neck with bernie sanders in iowa while cruz and trump continue to battle for the g-o-p lead. dan scheneman nbc news. >>
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people came from all over the world to remember legendary briar cliff university basketball coach ray nacke 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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she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights...
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the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. celebrates 50 years of their men's basketball program. one important member of the programs legacy was there in spirit. family, alumni, and former players gathered to remember the late coach ray nacke who died in september. nacke, was the men's basketball coach for 26 years and led the chargers to 22 consecutive winning seasons.
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500 games during his career, but it wasn't just about wins and losses. "everybody who every played with coach nacke will tell you what a big impact he had on their life in making them a better man and preparing for life after college," said nic nelson, briar cliff men's basketball coach. one former players says nacke taught him more than basketball. "discipline and humility. those factors, those elements i take it everywhere i go. he gave me confidence and he is a man i will never forget," said mario galvez, former player for coach ray nacke. the hall of famer's legacy continues to live on. the court at the newman- flanagan center was named after nacke in 20-12. mark's in now with sports - and the hawkeyes are off to a great start in conference play. (mark) iowa is 6-0 in the big ten - they had another ranked team standing in their way today. see highlights and reaction from iowa city as iowa took on 22nd-ranked purdue at home today. plus, it was conference championship sunday in the
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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 benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security incrbenefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire dignity and respect.
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won 12 straight big ten games. the hawkeyes haven't won 13 straight in conference play since the 1969-1970 season. number-9 iowa, hosting number-22 purdue - the hawks beat the boilermakers at their place at the beginning of the month. in fact, iowa has won three of the last four meetings between the two teams. and got off to a hot start - jared uhtoff from the arc - uthoff with 13 in the first half - iowa out to a 7, oh edge - but the boilers respond - a-j hammons takes a great feed - pounds it home - 11-3 run has purdue back up one - then before the half -ryan cline with the triple - boilermakers would lead 35-33 at the break. second half - uthoff began to take over - knocks down the trey - hawks scored the first 8 of the second half -
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finished with a game high 22 - hawks up 8 - and like the first match-up - they dominated the final 20 minutes - dom uhl from downtown - iowa 11 of 20 from the arc - and they'd stay perfect in big ten play - another impressive win - 83, 71. "it's a great start, that's what it means," said senior guard mike gesell. "we've still got a lot of work left. we're not even halfway through the big ten season. we're sitting in a good spot right now, but we're definitely not hanging our hats on that, and we're just going to go back to work tomorrow." "it means a little bit now, but it'll mean more later," said senior center adam woodbury. "we're excited to continue to get to 8-0, 9-0 and further on, so right now it just means one game at a time for us. we're not really looking too hard at that record, and trying to take it one at a time." iowa has a tough one on thursday - a road trip to number-7, maryland. the hawkeye women were on the road at purdue. the boilermakers came out strong - tiara murphy sinks the jumper and iowa
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quarter. but the hawks go on a nice run - she drives for two of her points - iowa climbs to within 3 at the half. steps out and knocks down the elbow jumper - it's just a one point game. but purdue pulled away late - april wilson had 24 points to lead all scorers and the hawkeyes fall on the road, 90-to-73. the 2nd-ranked iowa wrestling team beat nebraska on the road today, 21- to-11. matches, with all their victories coming via decision. both teams back in action on friday - iowa hosts minnesota - the huskers are at home against illinois. the nfc championship matchup guaranteed that an iowa high school graduate will play in super bowl 50. it would either be heelan graduate brandon wegher and the carolina panthers, or clinton native david johnson and the cardinals. cam newton has never been this far into the playoffs. he took advantage of it - the
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junior - ginn goes around the outside - then back in - cuts across the field - and finds paydirt - the panther had almost 500 yards of total offense. second quarter - david johnson - the rookie out of uni gets in - the clinton iowa native getting arizona on the board - 60 yards and a touchdown for johnson. but cam newton and company rolled in this game - they built an insurmountable lead and cruise to a super bowl 50 berth, 49-to-15. a-f-c championship - peyton manning and tom brady squaring off - for potenially the final time. denver up a point in the second - manning to owen daniels - manning, 17-of-32, 176 yards, 2 touchdowns, no picks. broncos up 8 in the final minute - pats driving - tom brady hits rob gronkowski in the end zone - so the patriots need the two-point conversion to tie the game. and brady's pass is tipped and intercepted - peyton manning and the broncos head to super bowl 50
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that's it for sports. she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit
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i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
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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
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inside celine dion's emotional funeral. >> the final farewell from montreal. >> you left me now with enough good memories of you to share with my younger brothers. >> celine and renee's sons drawing cheer at the service.
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the closed casket.
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