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conference wrestlthanks for joining us, i'm sheila brummer, matt breen is on assignment. we're just three days away from the iowa caucuses. candidates are making their rounds throughout siouxland to shore up last minute support. ktiv's robert lowe caught up with republican presidential candidate jeb bush and has more. the caucus countdown continues. just 72 hours until iowans cast the first votes of the 2016 election season. speaking to a full house in sioux city, former florida governor jeb bush,
"i ask for your support and i hope you'll caucus for me on monday night" said republican presidential candidate jeb bus "nats" back in september bush telling cnbc's john harwood: "i think in the long run people are going to want someone e o has the experience," said bush. but, a recent poll showing the so-called "establishmen t" candidate sitting in 5th place in iowa...far behind front-runner donald trump. "at the end of this-- you can't insult your way to the presidency, you have to have detailed plans to lift people out of poverty and give people a sense their future's brighter. not wasting anytime at bev's-- the former florida governrn touting his tenure in tallahassee. saying he knows what it takes to grow stagnant wages. "it takes changing how we tax and regulate," said bush. "it's not a simple fix of just raising the minimum wage, because immediately businesses will start laying off people rather than hiring them." regarding terror abroad: it requires a concerted effort of training a susui-led force in syria of embedding our troops inside the iraqi military to take the fight to isis. "there has been limited cooperation with arab states and the kurds have a limited population, how do you accomplish that? "you have to
with the persian gulf countries and the arab countries and turkey and create one force," said bush. bush will continue campaigning in siouxland tomorrow. he's scheduled to stop in okoboji tomorrow morning. democrat martin o'malley also made a stop in siouxland. ktiv's michelle e hoening spoke one- on-one with the former governor. michelle, what topics where discussed tonight? sheila. more than 70 people came out to hear from o'malley. immigration, education and how to fight isis were topics of concern. o'malley says if elected president he will strengthen the middle class and provide debt- free college. the former marylyld governor also spoke about how he can provide new leadership for the country. o'malley says the main concern he hears from iowans...how can
"we're all concerned about our economy and our wages. we need to make our wages go up rather than down. but in order to do that we need to find a way to agree on some common sense things just like we use to. that allowed people to work hard to be able to get ahead and give t tir kids a better life," said martin o'malley democratic presidential candidate. and while o'malley has been a distant third in all the demcratic polls, he says he isn't concerned. he says the people of iowa like the element of surprise. shelia. several candidates will be making stops in siouxland this weekend. including right here in n oux city. marco rubio will be at bev's on the river. he will hold his "rally with marco" event at 9:00 a.m., doors open at 8:30 a.m. kentucky senator rand paul will be in sioux city as well. his rally starts at noon at the holiday inn. texas senator ted cruz will be at western iowa tech at 8 p.m. to see where and when those candidates e making their stops, go to our website ktiv dot com. donald trump will be in sioux city on sunday. last night, trump skipped the
hold an event in des moines to raise millions of dollars for veterans. on sunday night at the orpheum theatre he is expected to present a check to the local organization "support siouxland soldiers." projects for patriots and the puppy jake foundation are also expected to receive money as well. how much longer will the january thaw continue? let's toss it over to chief meteorologist ron demers to find out. our january thaw continued today with highs in the 40s for most of the viewing area! conditions stay decently mild tonight with lows in the 20s and then we'll go right back into the 40s for our saturday. we might squeeze out a few showers saturday evening that could transition to some light snow by sunday morning. once that moves out early sunday, we'll have another decent day although temps will be just a bit cooler in the upper 30s to near 40.
will be christened, and launched, from a shipyard in northern wisconsin. the ship is impressive... measuring 378 feet long... that's longer than a footbaba field. and, it weighs 8-million pounds. today, ktiv's matt breen got a tour. and, one stop on the tour was the nerve center of the ship... the pilot house. that's where the captain, and executive officer sit. commander ken lieberman, led the tour and said he's looking forward to taking the ship out onto o e water. cdr ken liebebman, uss sioux city "there is nothing more satisfying than for a navy crew to be on the ship, out on the open ocean, defending the freedoms of this great country of ours." sioux city mayor bob scott and other local leaders are in wisconsin for tomorrow''s big event. watch for continuing coverage f fm matt. still to comeme.. friday night means it's sportsfource extra. we have highlights from over a dozen siouxland games.
the americananeople can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom
who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton.
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wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get awaw with it? millionsnsn campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem.
we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. with highs in the 40s for most of the viewing area! conditions stay decently mild tonight with lows in the 20s and then we'll go right back into the 40s for our saturday. we might squeeze out a few showers saturday evening that could transition to some light snow by sunday morning. once that moves out early sunday, we'll have another decent day although temps will be just a bit cooler in the upper 30s to near 40, and caucus day on monday looks good too with highs in the mid to upper 30s. 's monday night through tuesday night that will bring
accumulating snow and high winds to the area with southeast siouxland probably seeing the most with potentially 6 inches or more with northwestern siouxland maybe only getting in on an inch or two. be sure to keep updated to any changes in the forecast with the approach of this system for next week. school security: after a social media threat
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our r onomy works fofowall street because it's riggedd by wall street. and that's the problem.
as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
a woman from norfolk, nebraska has been killed in a crash in pierce county. the accident happened this afternoon on highway 81 near randolph. 70-year-old faythe jaroska was leaving jerry's hilltop when she pulled in front of
a semi. the nebraska state patrol and the pierce county sheriff's department are investigating. a northeast nebraska school district boosting security after a school threat in december. the threat was posted on facebook and forced authorities lockdown newman grove public schools. the district upgraded its video security system. e plan had been in the works before the incident. a camera will monitor the front of the school to screen everyone before they are buzzed into the main office. four students were sent to juvenielle detention for the social media incident.
one of the areas that i've been rticularly 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 t t his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
13 games in all. we'll start in sergeant blluff. the e l boys have won five straight conference games after starting the season at 2 and 3. the warriors were back home to play sioux city east.
the black raiders have also won four straight and are 12-3 overall. sbl with a one-point lead at the half, 27-26. the south sioux city boys -- trying to break a six-game losing streak against 4-10 mount michael benedictine. the knights jumped out to a quick lead.
bonus. it was 13 to 4. south sioux rips off 6 straight points. kalvin warner hits from the free throw line. cuts the lead to 3. the cardinals got a boost off the bench from ruben snake -- he goes strong thru the lane for 2 -- but points were hard to come by. the knights make a few more plays -- jack straka gets free inside. mt. michael beats south sioux 44-41. the undefeated dakota valley boys -- ranked third in the ap poll -- visiting #1 sioux falls christian. 1st-panthers down 2. tyler johnson drives and hits the runner to tie things up chargers couldn't miss for much of the first half.
keegan van egdom for 3...he had 23....12-7 chargers after 1 2nd-johnson on the run drops a nice pass to luke boose for the
all sfc from there. off a miss the chargers get running in transition....chad barkema throws it down, dv falls 73-28. the dv girls also facing sioux falls christian. early 1st quarter-christian charges in front thanks to kylee van egdom dakota valley would go on a run to get up five, but emily strasser buries a three to get the chargers within 2 dakota valley starts to heat up....peyton wingert knocks down a corner triple then sarah bohan would come up with the steal and get it to anne mccabe who finds haley hoffman for the hoop. dv wins 60-47. the bishop heelan boys have lost two of their last three games against metro teams. the crusaders were back home to
sioux city north. the stars lost to heelan by ten points, baba in december. down to "the pit", where the crusaders have only lost once this year. second quarter - elijah hazekamp working - nice inside out move and finish at the hoop - hazekamp led heelan with 25 points. north trying to hang around - final seconds of the half - nice lob to trent wilson - beats the buzzer - stars trailed 36-25 at the half. second half - jailen billings, one-on-one - nice moves - the finish and the foul - but north, still down 15. but heelan would run away with it after halftime - ahead to kyrese peck - peck scored 11 and heelan thumps north, 75-48. the hinton guys, hosting trinity christian of hull. first quarter - blackhawks working it inside to andrew hasselquist - no trouble with the bucket underneath - hinton takes a 2-point lead. later - trinity's turn - collin heynen wins the loose ball - goes the other way - and finishes at the rim -
the blackhawks would begin to run away with this one - jay small from distance - hinton goes back on top. then off the loose ball - small fires it down court to a wide open ross johnson - hinton wins at home, 80-to- 53. the lemars boys -- winners of three of their last four -- taking on estherville-lincoln central, who's has just three wins. 1st quarter -- will pottebaum -- crosses over -- ts up the floater -- gets it to fall -- bulldogs up 3 after 1. but elc keeping things interesting in the first half -- jack brashear -- hits the stepback jumper -- midgets putting together some momentum. a few minutes later -- trevor friesner goes up -- draws the contact -- count the basket -- elc hangs around for a bit, but can't keep up. bulldog basketball -- jake thompson -- strong drive and some soft touch with the finger-roll -- le mars takes care of estherville-lincoln central, 69-46. across town -- the gehlen
central-everly. end of the 1st half -- mavericks' kennedy wilson spots up -- knocks it down from midrange -- we're tied 21 all at the break. on to the 3rd -- becca konz finds jolee hinden with a wide open look -- the senior hits the triple -- clay central-everly take a 1 point lead. later in the 3rd -- wilson hits sarah nehring cutting to the basket -- nehring banks it home -- several lead changes throughout this one. but the jays hang tough -- grace auchstetter -- gets fouled but hits the circus shot off the glass -- we'll let you guess what head coach brandon schaecher thought about it -- jays hold off the mavericks, 44-39. still to come, we'll have highlights of four more basketball games. plus, action from the siouxland conference wrestling tournament. please stay with us. "the one thing ron demers didn't forecast for tonight was that it'd be raining threes over here in orange city so we just wanted to make sure we came prepared. be sure to stay tuned to sportsfource extra to see all the raining three's here at moc
(cheers) he was rated a+ by the nra. not for his promises, but for defending the second amendment... he's a man of deep faith, who fought time and again for the right to life. he laid out a plan to destroy isis months before paris. he'll strengthen our border and use conservative principles to put washington's broken fiscal house back in order. jeb bush. he's the conservative you can trust, to fight for our beliefs. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality.
and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you. online dating has become extremely popular recently. coming up monday on news 4 today, we'll give you some tips to get the most out of online dating. and one young man has gone through some difficult times. but now he's helping others just like him by using the gift of music.
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the iowa girls post-season starts two weeks from tomorrow for class 2a schools. one of the siouxland favorites to get to state is okoboji, who's undefeated. ktiv's sam curtiss is here with more. there's just ten undeated girls teams left in iowa -- in all classes and okoboji is
one of them. the pioneers took their 17-0 record to boyden-hull. the comets are 6 and 11 -- but only lost to okoboji by six points, back in december. pioneers play three of their last four games on the road including this one. okoboji got ahead 11-2 - oh no - comets fans saw that one coming - abbie kleinwolterink has it poked away - emily wintz easy lay-in. pioneers up 18-10 in the second - comets making it interesting - kaylee anderson strong drive. later - baily ten haken puts it on the deck - this shot got the comets witalsecond half - pioneers pulled away - megan peschong got the
okoboji still unbeaten, 18-0, they win 62 to 47. in 3a action, ninth-ranked moc-floyd valley boys hosting rock valley. tight first quarter - things knotted at six - kendrick van kekerix pull-up jumper he had 15. the dutch can put up points fast - levi jansen to brady schutt - hard drive and great finish. rockets not letting moc pull away - elliot van kekerix will get the friendly bounce. closing seconds of the quarter - dutchmen up 17-14 - levi jansen loses the handle - scoops it up and how bout that. beats the buzzer - 19 points for him and
moc gets a 34-point win, 81 to 47 the final. 13-3 south o'brien hosting 12-4 h-m-s. the wolverines had a really good first quarter offensively, on
second opportunity, damon struve drives and gets the basket to go down, south o' brien takes the lead. later, south o' brien gets it done from the perimeter this time as carson louscher's three pointer hits nothing but net, wolverines go up five. h-m-s did have a few bright spots in this game, here owen coburn gets the ball and sinks the off-balance shot, but the hawks are still down by 10. the wolverines continue to dominate, off a steal, cody johanson gets the pass on the fast break, and he makes the layup, south o' brien defeats h-m-s 68 to 43. the m-m-c girls, 14-2, taking on remsen st. mary's. 2nd quarter, remsen st. mary's trying to fight their way back into the game as haley delperdang makes the shot in the paint, the hawks still trail by 10. but m-m-c controls it from there, ashley hurd gets the pass on the fast break, and she makes the
basket to extend the eagles lead to nine. next eagles possession, they get the ball into the post and it is aliyah jackson who gets the points in the paint, m-m-c goes up 27 to 16. the eagles continue to roll on offense, hurd gets the skip pass and she hits the three pointer as m-m-c gets a dominating win at home over remsen st. mary's, 63 to 31. the le mars girls hosting estherville-lincoln central. 2nd half -- sidney baumgartner -- powerful drive down the lane -- puts it up and in -- bulldogs with a 10- point lead. but elc not going away -- morgan white kicks to freshman, josie condon outside the arch -- nothing but twine. the bulldogs taking control late -- moving the ball inside -- cassidy utesch feeds madison dreckman -- strong take from the freshman -- le mars gets the home w, 56-40. let's wrestle - the siouxland conference tournament taking place in sioux center. boyden-hull/rock valley's austin rozeboom pins his man in the quarterfinals - he won the 132 pound title. moc-floyd valley's connor ascherl with a pin - ascherl would take home
up to 152 - sibley-ocheyedan's kyle green gets an early quarterfinal pin on his way to the tournament title. the generals scored 5 individual champs - hunter dejong was another one of them at 182 - he picked up 3 falls on the day. finally, at 220 - sioux center's ko kieft sticks his man in the quarters - kieft won the 220-pound title. sibley-ocheyedan is your siouxland conference team champions, with 206 points. that's going to do it for
if you missed anything, go to ktiv-dot-com. thanks for watching sports fource extra. he was rated a+ by the nra. not for his promises, but for defending the second amendment... he's a man of deep faith, who fought time and again for the right to life. he laid out a plan to destroy isis months before paris. he'll strengthen our border and use conservative principles to put washington's broken fiscal house back in order. jeb bush. he's the conservative you can trust,