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moines in a moment. first, here's chief meteorlogist ron demers with the lastest on a winter storm moving into siouxland. blizzard warning in effect for most of siouxland tonight through tuesday night snow will develop tonight and become heavy tomorrow. with winds gusting over 40 miles per hour whiteout conditions are going to be possible. tonight, the eyes of the nation on iowa for the first in the nation caucus.
portant for me to just like kind of see and so like i know what it's going to be like to vote when i get older." an example of how important the iowa caucuses are in the political forefront. "there were 344 people who turned in their ballots at north high school. in sioux city with photographer scott locati, tiffany lane, ktiv news 4.>> here are the results for the woodbury democratic party. right now we see hillary clinton with and sen. bernie sanders with votes ktiv's tommie clark was at west middle school and has how those precincts ended up. ktiv's tommie clark was at west middle school and has how those precincts ended up.
to the other... democratic caucus-goers busseled around west middle school for the first in the nationonaucus. t's really interesting to see the differert kind of activistt that you h he here in iowa compared to other r states. these folks s ey know the candidates, they k kw the issues. thehetake their job vetting thoseseandidates and winnowii down the field very seriously," said woodbury county democratic party organizer, ben nesselhuf. after the final head count the numbers are in... precinct one, hillary clinton got 4 delegates, bernie sanders landed at 3 delegates. precinct six, sanders had 5, clinton trailed at 3. precinct seven, it was a tie between the two candidates, 4-4. in sioux city, tommie clark, ktiv news 4." >> because of the weather the iowa secretary of state issued an emergency declaration for tomorrow's school special elections. polls will open at noon instead of 7 a.m. they will close at 8 p.m. in buena vista, clay, dickinson, emmet, kossuth, o'brien, osceola, palo alto and pocahontas. the main issue for voters the fate of a $16 million
community college. a blizzard warning underway for siouxland: chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us now with a look at how much snow we could see! blizzard warning in effect for most of siouxland tonight through tuesday night winter storm warning for holt, harrison, & shelby counties tonight through tuesday night for the past week we've been talking about a snow storm on tuesday and that time has arrived. in fact, it's not just heavy snowowut gusty winds that are going to create whiteout conditions for many of us during the day tomorrow. the snow and stronger winds will move from south to north across nebraska and iowa tonight, mainly after midnight, and continue throughout the day tuesday and move out tuesday night. snow totals could be over a foot in some parts of cental and southern siouxland. because the biggest storm of the year is getting ready to blow through siouxland many
business closed for tomorrow. call ahead because travel is not advised. ktiv's michelle schoening checked-in to see how sioux city is preparing for the storm. "it's been a pretty nice monday here in sioux city. the past couple days have been really nice. you can start to see the green grass again from the last blanket of snow we received. however, that won't last for long as we are expected in the siouxland area to get almost a foot of snow on tuesday," said michelle schoening, siouxland's news channel. city plow crews began work at 7 o'clock tonight prepping the roadways and last minute changes to the equipment. more than 15 trucks will be on roros trying to make them as clear r possible. sioux city's field service nager says the windy conditions make it difficult to keep the roads clear. we also caught t with people buying last minute salt, s svels and snowblowers. one shopper says he made it two years without a shovel, but the possibility of a blizzard changed his mind. "that. and i saw one on sale and thought maybe i was going to need that tomorrow," said miles petersen, last minute shopper. city officials advise everyone to stay safe if travel is a necessity. in sioux city, michelle schoening, ktiv news
the city asks the public to streets if possible to make clearing the roads easier. let's check back in with ktiv's matt breen whos live from des moines. matt, what can you tell us? sheila, we're still waiting for official results, but ted cruz was projected as the gop winner. a full house tonight in des
a full house tonight in des moines! big business for hotels hotels are near full capacity in des moines, we'll talk about the business the iowa caucus brings in later on news 4 at ten. blizzard warning in effect for most of siouxland tonight through tuesday night winter storm warning for holt, harrison, & shelby counties tonight through tuesday night blizzard warning in effect for most
tuesday night winter storm warning for holt, harrison, & shelby counties tonight through tuesday night for the past week we've been talking about a snow storm on tuesday and that time has arrived. in fact, it's not just heavy snow but gusty winds that are going to create whiteout conditions for many of us during the day tomorrow. the snow and stronger winds will move from
and iowa tonight, mainly after midnight, and continue throughout the day tuesday and move out tuesday night. most of the area, including sioux city, should expect anywhere from 8 to 12 inches with less to the northwest and possibly more in some areas just south of sioux city. with winds gusting over 40 miles per hour, visibility will be reduced to zero at times so travel is not advised for tuesday. it'll be colder on the back side of this system with highs on wednesday in the low 20s. the rest of the week looks quiet as we warm back
snow is on the minds of many of us today. a winter storm is headed our way and it could pack quite a punch. many cities and towns are issuing no travel advisories including sioux city for tuesday, february 2nd. again, they are also reminding people to move their cars from the streets to make way for plows to get through. also, there's a snow emergency for the city of south sioux city tomorrow through wednesday. for the latest school closings and business annoucements check out ktiv.com and watch news 4
he's taken the stage for a victory speech! our coverage in des moines continues. ktiv's robert lowe and kwwl's jerry gallagher join us from the state capitol. it's a packed house in des moines and robert lowe will tell us just how busy the area is. but first let's start with jerry gallagher. on the democtic side too close to call. what happens in iowa could have a very big impact on this race long term. jerry gallagher with our sister station, kwwl, joins us live in des moines. the sanders camp is banking on a big turnout -- and we are seeing that in many precincts. i've spoken to people at caucus sites that had to be moved because so many people showed up. in fact, people in one precinct in central iowa were moved to a bar to give them more space. i've also heard that more chairs
at iowa state and uni because the turnout exceeded expectations. that's an area where sanders had to do well -- and at least at uni -- we are hearing he did. the cost of college has been a big talking point for sanders. in fact the first sign i saw carried by a supporter into this room tonight said "college loan reform." we've got you covered.... live in des moines, iowa. jerry gallagher, ktiv news. ted cruz has come out on top in the leadoff republican presidential caucuses in iowa, pushing aside donald trump and emerging from the pack of candidates. he's taken the stage for a victory speech! it takes years of planning to prepare for the iowa caucuses. ktiv's robert lowe is with live link 4 and spoke with organizers. robert? sheila, at this point it's hard to gauge the exact economic boom created from the 2016 iowa caucuses. but, those in the hospitality industry say hotel rooms are booked and the restaurants are full. not only do reporters from all
flock to the hawkeye state, thousands of people come just to witness the caucuses. in greater des moines, there are around 11,000 hotel rooms--almost all of them are sold out. but, easy. "we have been preparing for night," said tiffany tauscheck, greater des moines sure the media had a pleasant experience while they were here as well as all the visitors s that come into des moines." now, when i asked tauscheck the most exciting part of the caucus, it didn't have to do with finally finding out who won. rather, going shoe shopping for a network anchor who needed a new pair. reporting live in des moines, iowa with chief photographer jordan ogren, robert lowe, ktiv news 4. is talking better than texting for your emotional well-being? what researchers found out... next in healthbeat 4.
caucus coverage here on ktiv. ted cruz has come out on top in the leadoff republican presidential caucuses in iowa, pushing aside donald trump and emerging from the pack of candidates. he's taken the stage for a victory speech! here are the results for the democratic party in iowa. right now we see hillary clinton with and sen. bernie sanders with votes on the republican side... once again, nbc has declared cruz the
talking trumps texting when it comes to emotional well-being. during a stress exercise, ucla researchers found women who received face-to-face support responded in a more positive manner than those who got support from texts. in a separate study of adolescents, experts found that increasing in- person communicatio ns helped the preteens to better understand nonverbal emotion cues. brad's here -- with some high school basketball. the lewis and clark conference tournament got underway -- we'll have highlights of two games, including a top ten team from walthill. and, the hawkeyes and cyclones shift in the new ap poll.
the walthill boys moved up to number-7 in nebraska's class d-1 rankings this week. the blujays are 13-2, with their only losses to winnebago and mead -- who are a combined 19 and 1. walthill opened up play in the lewis and clark conference tourney against wausa. this one, played on a neutral floor in ponca. walthill got out to a quick lead - kobe smith gets in the lane and spins it off the glass - walthill led 17-to-2 after a quarter. wausa keeps fighting - ryan kumm sinks the jumper - kumm led the vikings with 8.
a two-fer here - kaycee porter with the layup, then steals the inbound pass and converts - 14 points for porter. walthill was led by kobe smith - 21 points - the dunk here - blujays roll into the quarters, 74-to-22. in game 2, the host school, ponca, taking on wakefield. slow pace to start this one - ponca down a bucket in the first - connor day hangs and hits - tied up at 6. wakefield really pushed the indians early - jose sanchez strokes it from distance - the trojans take a 3- point lead. then - off the bad pass - julio sanchez goes the other way with it - finishes - and the foul - wakefield up 5 after a quarter. but ponca comes storming back in the second quarter - logan kingsbury inside - kingsbury had 23 and ponca holds on at home, 50-to-39. iowa and iowa state each went 1 and 1 last week.
lost to top ten teams on the road. that would have an effect on the new national rankings, out today. the hawkeyes bounced back from their loss at maryland, to beat northwestern on sunday, 85- 71. jarrod uthoff scored 23 points, and peter jok had 22 of his 26 points in the second half. iowa is now 17-4 overall and is tied with indiana for first place in the big ten at 8-1. the hawkeye defense was oustanding -- they held the wildcats scoreless for a seven minute stretch in the first half. "in the beginning they were really doing a terrific job i thought, of executing their offense against us," said head coach fran mccaffery. "we were down 18-16. they were moving the ball. they got great looks at it. demps had ten quick. we marked him and already he's got ten. there was no panic there. i think that's the maturity side of it." the hawkeyes drop two spots to number-5 -- just behind maryland. iowa his home against penn state on wednesday -- and will visit illinois on sunday. iowa state moves up a spot to 13th after
kansas and losing at texas a&m. the cyclones host #14 west virginia on tuesday and hosts oklahoma state on saturday. oklahoma is number-1 for the third straight week. duke is not in the top-25 for the first time in 8 years. were going to take a live look at des moines where democrat hllary clinton has taken the stage.