joy reed, that i had the head of the naacp on, and he said it's going to be closer on the democratic side than people think it will be. >> i think in south carolina, har bernie sanders could be deeply discounted. we all said he had very little chance of making it into the inroads of the black community. i think there are about 40 roads in all of vermont, so it's not an area he's used to speaking to. but if he can get into the 30 or 40 percentage, he will break expectations. all of these are proportional representation, not winner take all when it comes to delegates. he doesn't have to beat her. he can still win delegates just by coming a little closer than we thought. >> alex seitz-wald, always good to see you. thanks, alex. >> thanks, chris. >>> gun control here in south carolina, where, as you'll recall, 19 people were murdered as they sat in church.
said flora lee, sioux city naacp president. the concert honored past members of the siouxland community who continue to make an impact. it's so cold, some schools are starting late today. ben's here with weather. << it'll be a little snowy today! not a full fledged winter storm or anything like that, but some light snow will spread across the viewing area from south to north throughout the morning and begin to taper off this afternoon. areas south of sioux city under a winter weather advisory could see anywhere from
celeation. monique scarlett with the local chapter of naacp is here to tell us more. the 2016 annual martin luther king, jr day is an all-day event in the siouxland area. on january 18, 2016, the local n.a.a.c.p. & sioux city community school district will sponsor the mlk art contest: "through the eyes of equality" for grades k-12. there will be a special video presestation
police van. officers repeated medical help, death. (sot) "obviously the legal lives." baltimore naacp "we do know that freddie's dead and someone did it, and that six officers were involved. so it's a very it's unclear if the stand again the stand again other officers charges in gray's april death. stephanie: a new warning today about terror threats against the united states. the department of homeland security has issued a "bulletin" to warn americans that individuals inspired by terror groups could attack at any time. the bulletin warns there will be an increased police presence across the country. " sot - jeh johnson the reality is that terrorist-inspired individuals have conducted, or attempted to conduct, attacks in the united states this year." stephanie: this will be in effect for six months. it also warns of the backlash against muslim and arab americans... saying there is heightened concern about threats and violence directed toward them. jack: coming up on local 5 news at 10... how hillary is getting ready for the upcoming democratic debate. stephanie: then--an important pie
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