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say the suv traveled in the direction towards me about 150 feet before the final resting point labeled next to me." "whether he breaked before he hit the pedestrian is unknown because there's no marks on the ground," "but as we progress he's applying his breaks as would anybody after they hit somebody when they're going to apply their breaks and he's going to eventually slow down as he comes to a stop. dakota county deputy zachary nish was the first deputy on scece. when he arrived, the driver was there. he says they don't believe there was any foul play at this time. "he was very remorseful," said hanish. "he stood around and asked if there was anything he could do to help. he was very cooperative." hanish says he believes the victim was on his way home at the time of the accident. >> nebraska state patrol will be looking over nebraska state patrol will be looking over the information gathered from the car and the
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that information as well as a blood drawn from the driver will be examined as the investigation continues. authorities say that is standard protocol for fatalities even if no foul play is suspected. sheila? the search continues for a man who roroed a hotel in norfolk, nebraska. the robbery happened at the hampton inn late in the morning. the suspect who had a gun, then ran away! as a precaution, several area schools chose to go into lockdown mode, including all elementary schools and the junior high and middle schools. it's been melting for two days. but will it keep going into weekend? let's toss it over to chief meteorologist ron demers to find out. weather ad-lib it was anonoer mild day with more melting and lots of sunshine. our weather wiwi stay pretty mild right on through the weekend with a pretty quiet weather pattern. we will stand a slight chance of a light mix on saturday night but that system is small compared to the one moving into the midwest
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the next step in contract and pay negotiations for workers represented by the sioux city education association happened today. the s.c.e.a represents employees like teachers, nurses and sioux city schoooodistrict officials laid weeks ago, the union presented its first draft of amendments. negotiations will become private but the biggest roadblock the s.c.e.a says in bargaining is the state providing schools with
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"it's going to be very difficult to reach a voluntary agreement," said bruce lear. "not beacuse the board doesn't want to, or the association [but[ it will be difficult because the funds won't be there." the district also heard inital proposals for support personnel and operations and maintenance employees. senator ted cruz has challenged competitor donald trump to a one-on- one debate at a siouxland community college. cruz wants the debate to happen western iowa tech community college after trump decided to boycott tonight's debate. school representativ es say cruz booked the rocklin conference about a week ago. now, they're waiting to see if trump accepts challenge. most of the presidential candidates will be stumping for support throughout siouxland before the iowa caucus on monday. ktiv's robert lowe breaks down where the candidates will be tomorrow. it's a campaigin frenzy between now and caucus day. here's a list of presidential
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coming to siouxland on friday. on the democratic side. former maryland governor martin o'malley has several stops planned. he'll be in denison at the doors open at 4 p.m. after that he'll head to his sioux citytyampaign headquartersrs on nebraska st. the event starts at 7:00p.m. republican senator ted cruz has a cruzin' to caucus event at 2:15 p.m. in emmetsburg, iowa at iowa lakes community college. jeb bush has two events scheduled. the former florida governor will be at bev's on the river. doors open at 3:15 p.m. following bev's he'll be at dort college in sioux center. doors open for that event at 5:45. a number of big name candidates will also be in siouxland this weekend. we'll have those details in immediate information-- just head to our website. we're just days away from the launch of the u.s.s. sioux city. ten-years ago, work started on the navy combat ship. for more than a year workers at a wisconsin shipyard have worked to assemble
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city. this saturday, their hard work will be on display. sioux city mayor bob scott will be there for the festivities. "of all the cities in iowa, and all the cities in the united states there's only going to be what 19 or so of ese ships built that we're unique enough to get one named after us. so i think it's really od and i think you know we can develop a relationship with the navy and this crew and it'll be long lasting." tomorrow there will be a mast setting. mayor scott says he will be taking coins from the city, businesses and school to be placed in a special vault. saturday will be the christening of the ship. ktiv's matt breen left for wisconsin early this morning.. watch for continuing coverage on ktiv news 4. a a gislative committee has killed a bill that would have required bicycle riders in south dakota to yield to vehicles in certain circumstance s on the road. the house transportatio n committee voted to throw out the plan today. it would have required a bicyclist to pull to the side of the road and stop if a faster vehicle came up behind on a roadway with a limited shoulder or
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a blood drive is taking place on saturday to honor the memory of a siouxland teenager. eighteen-year-old mckenzie cummins was killed in a car crash h ar denison, iowa over the summer. mckenzie g gduated from west monona high school in 2015. she ed just weeks before starting college at wayne state. between the ages of 16 and 18 she donated a total of two gallons of blood. her friend teamed up with the american red cross for the blood drive on saturday in moorhead, iowa. it takes place at the community center from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. because of winter weather the red cross is seeing a shortage of blood in parts of the country. still to come... the okoboji winter games kicked off today. we'll take a look at the events that people can participate in. > it was another mild day with more melting and lots of sunshine.
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through the weekend with a pretty quiet weather pattern. we will stand a slight chance of a light mix on saturday night but that system is small compared to the one moving into the midwest early next week. that bigger systecould start giving us some light snow by monday night and bring more snow chances on tuesday. we still can't tell exactly where in@the midwest the heaviest of snow will end up falling, but we'll have a chance of getting some of that snow in siouxland and a lot of wind will come along with it as well causing our mid-week to become much colder. we'll obviously keep you posted as
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students in nebraska helped
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preparation for a competition. over 400 students from across nebraska came to the chuck pohlman ag complex in norfolk for a tune up for the state future farmers of america competition later this year. a lifestock judging coach says the students at the competition are learning different skills, most importantly decision-making as they explain their judgments on how they rated thehe cale, sheep and hogs. the winners from today's district competition will then compete at the state f-f-a convention in april. still to come... broom ball, mega snow pong and tons of food.... the winter games kicked off today.
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one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential.
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okoboji, iowa. ktiv's tommie clark was there and has details on the games.
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"it's that time of year again, the university of okoboji winter games, and they're predicted to be the biggest yet." ...which is always held during the last weekend of january. organizers say they're expecting record numbers in the thousands this year. there will be over 100 events on schedule, more than any other year. "i don't think there's any event really truly like it in the state of iowa. i received entry forms you know i have a broomball team from new york that plays every year. ople just want to get out and have fun regardless of what the temperatate is and like i said people have cabin fever, winter blues and the university of okoboji winter games is a cure for all of that," said program director at iowa great lakes area chamber of commerce, jen johnson-ross. day one included a tiki in the tent party. friday is the swim suits and snow boots competition. saturday includes mega snow pong , broom ball and an omelette brunch. "the games will go throughout the weekend. in okoboji, iowa...tommie clark...ktiv news 4." >> the games will wrap up with the
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greens and a fireworks show saturday night. brad's here -- the hawkeyes are on a tough road trip. iowa is visiti maryland in a battle of top ten teams -- a team iowa clobbered last year. we'll have one last word from the hawks. and, the newell-fonda girls have their sights s on back to back state titles -- and we'll check out the new girls rankings. sports fource is next.
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iowa. the hawkeyes are 7-0 in the conference and jumped to third in the ap rankings this week. iowa is visiting number-8 maryland tonight. lasteason, the hawkeyes clobbered the terrapins in their only meeting, 71-55, in iowa city. the hawks jumped to a 22-3 lead and never looked back -- shooting 64 percent from the field. maryland is 17-3 this season, and 6-2 in the big ten. the terrapins are 11-0 at home, where they average over 80 points per game. "you have to stay confident when the crowd gets into it, the building's shaking, you gotta keep a level head," said senior jarrod uthoff. "everybody's against you, but you have your inner circle," said senior anthony clemmons. "i've just always been like that my whole life. i like playing on the road. i like when people are rooting against me because now it's doubters. i've been fighting
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the game is just underway. iowa trails - to - in the first half. we'll have the highlights at ten. iowa state center jameel mckay will play saturday when the cyclones visit number-5 texas a&m in the big 12/sec challenge. mckay left monday's game against kansas with pain i ihis left knee. after the game, mckakacalled the problem rritation" and said it's a "struggle" right now. today, he said there is no structural damage. mckay is averaging nearly 13 points per game and is third in the big 12 with 9 rebounds per game. isu and a&m play at 1 o'clock saturday. if it seems like newell-fonda is good in every sport -- you're not wrong. the mustangs are usually state contenders in football, softball -- and in girls basketball. newell-fonda is 13-4 and those four losses are to class 3a and 4a teams, while the mustangs compete in class 1a. newell-fonda has been in the state tournament eleven times, and won their first state championship last season. this season, the mustangs have scored the second- most points in class 1a, with six girls scoring at least five points per game. "this group of girls, they really
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head coach dick jungers. "the pressure defense and we played a lotf tough competition earlier in the year with larger classes and those challenges allowed us to figure out what's our best chemistry and what we need to do to be successful." the mustangs will be at south central calhoun on friday. newell-fonda stays at number-6 this week in the new class 1a rankings. kingsley-pierson is fifth. westwood also moves into the top ten at 14 and 2.2. western christian stays number-1 in 2a, with 13 straight wins. unity christian is fourth -- they host a good sioux center team tonight. okoboji -- 17 and 0 -- is fifth, just ahead of manson northwest webster. lawton-bronson is 13th. pocahontas area/laurens- marathon is still number-1 in class 3a. cherokee is fourth - there's sioux center at number-6. spirit lake drops a spot to number-9 and will visit sioux city west tonight. the only siouxland team in the 4a rankings is spencer, at number-14. the tigers host western christian tonight. harlan is still number-1. no area teams made the 5a
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poll at girls state tourney starts feb. 29. car repairs, home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release ththcredit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... babajudgment. marco ruruo: just t t many questions. righghto rise usa is responsible for the
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there's an important girls basketball game going on right now in orange city. here's a live look at the game, unity christian, ranked fourth in class 2a, is hosting sioux center, who's sixth in class 3a. unity is the defending 2a state champ -- and had a 40- game winning streak snapped earlier this season. we'll have the highlights at ten. we'll also have hilights from nebraska, where #1 pierce is hosting the #2 crofton girls. how much would you pay for a print of a potato? how about... one million dollars? this photograph taken by celebrity photographer kevin abosch recently sold at auction for more than a million bucks. he revealed this month that he sold a simple portrait of an organic irish potato to a european businessman last year. the man reportedly paid one million
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one-million-eighty- thousand dollars. thanks for joining us tonight... et is up next... don't forget to go to ktkt-dot- com for all of your news, weathehe, and spspts... see you back it will happen. >> surprise, tyra banks is a mom, so why did she keep it all
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