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tim: jenna: while the stars line up on the r r carpet... we've got our own local celebrity in house to talk all things oscars... and he cleans up pretty nice, too. jenna: we are joined now by bruce miller from the sioux city journal, bruce there are eight films up for best picture tonight. -the big short -bridge of spies -brooklyn -mad max: fury road -the martian -the revenant -room -spotlight
thanks jenna and bruce. a newly formed group in siouxland is looking to help raise awareness and support for law enforcement. abc9's jess plue has more what they hope to accomplish. jess: `spouces behind the shield is a newly organized group of supporters for law enfoement. while their focus remains localized at the moment, they aim to grow across the country. the group called spouces behind the shield is composed of spouces, family, friends and community members united in support of those in law enforcement. they raise funds and awareness through selling shirts, custom coins, and other fundraiing events. not only are they a support group for officers but for one another as well. "in light of all the negativity that comes in law enfofoement, it's nice to have a group of people that youou can get togegeer with and talalabout thingsgshat are maybe going on at work or going on at home that only
relad to those in this profession would understand," says officer lori noltze, sioux city p.d. jess: spouces behind the shield currently has upwards of fifty members and anyone is welcomed to join. the main focus of the fundraising is to aid officers and their families that have been wounded or killed. if you'd like to learn more about spouous behind the shield, i'll bring g u more at 10....or you can visit their page on facebook or r ick the link provided on our website at siouxlandmatters. com reporting live in studio jess plue abc9 news. tim: the diocese of sioux city big changes last week. atndance and a declining number of priests, the reduce the number of parishes from 108, to fewer than 70 beginning in 2017. christ the king, catholic church in sioux center is the newest church in the diocese of sioux city... and is an exception to the rule. helped by an uinflux of hispanic memebers this mostly non- catholic area is thriving. "many of our parishes were
years ago, um and here we're just new, we're very young, um immigrants, so we're still discovering in one sense who we are and who we'll be, so it's a lot of challenges, but yet their the good kind of challenges, that theres the potential for growth." tim: the church opened in 1992, starting with just 13 families. 250 families now worship here. abc 9's christina have more on why going strong amidst changes from the sioux city diocese. tim: boating in february seems like a stretch..... but with great some folks in urbandale found a a way to make it happen.... page takes us poolside. ""announcer- "boaters start getting in your competitors- announcer "we just went with cardboard floats already so we just
strong carboard. maybe make it so we can both row, it would be a little easier." "she made a design with crayons and paper and we stuck to the design pretty well and we really like rainbows so we put rainbow duct tape on there. i was thinking oh no it's over and that we needed to do a lot of work to catch up. put her back in the boat and i started pushing." announcer - " go, go, go, go, keep going, keep going!" announce- "boys, can you get in your boat?" nouncer - " oh, it's so close! shark rider!" " tim: a couple of
for president have all eyes fixed on this "super tuesday" in the pursuit of each party's nomination for presididt. across the nation a dozen states caucus or hold primaries on tuesday about half the delegates needed to secure the republican nomination are up for grabs... democrats are fighting for about a third of whats needed to lock up the bnomination. most political analysts agree tuesday could just about make it or break it for the candidates. " this i ia big day not only for delegates but for momentum and for who defines the press narrative." strong perfrfmances by donald trump and hillary clinton could cement their status as front-runners - and bring them closer to clinching the nominations. coming up from the racial controversy to best actor and actresses. bruce and jenna will break down everything you need to know ahead of tonight's oscar ceremony.
nominated for best actor in a leading role... best actor in a leading role... bryan cranston in trumbo carol brie larson in room jennifer lawrence for joy charlotte rampling for her performance in 45 years and soairse ronan in the movie brooklyn. who do you got here bruce? jenna: we'd like to take some time thank our sponsors om tip top tux, dream dress
email@example.com m a beautiful mix of sun and clouds can be seen on the port neal welding company skycam hd from the ho chunk centre in downtown sioux city. we had a high of 56 at midnight last night, and a low of 41. here is the picture in storm lake. 49 is our sioux city temperature. local temperatures range from the 30s to the 50s. in the past 24 hours, we've seen a temperature change of about 20 degrees. winds are breezy--from the northwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows clear skies toour west, and mostly sunny skies over southern california. at the dolby theatre in hollywood, ca, we have 70 degrees and sunshine! the stormcast hd shows
tomorrow night. by tuesday morning, 1-3" of snow wiwi be possible a aund siouxland. tonight's low will be 29 under mostly clear skies with breezy winds. tomorrow, expect mostly cloudy skies and breezy winds with snow moving in during the evening. the 7-day forecast shows a cooldown toto2 behind the front tuesday, but next weekend already looks super! sunshine will be seen saturday and sunday with highs around 54 both days. tim: still to come who's going to be bringing home an oscar tonight. at the two movies up for the most
leonardo dicaprio is up for his fourth ever nomination but still looking for his first win. dicapprio's previous nominations were for his roles in what's eating gilbt grape, the aviator, blood diamond and the street. this year leo's up for his part in the revenant. bruce what are his chances this year for finally cashing it in? tim on cam
tim on cam thanks, we're all looking forward to the show. coming up in sports... the musketeers have lost ten of games...find out if they could get back in the win column today against madison. plus..the hawkeyes tried to snap out of their recent funk today at ohio state. highlights from a pivotal big ten
culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. so keeping everything spotless is effortless. dad: spots. culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. hawkeyes are trending the wrong way lately, losing three of their last four games. today, they tried to buck that trend as they traveled to ohio state to battle the buckeyes. iowa's actually won the last two meetings between these two in columbus. mike gesell, playing above the rim...he gets out in front of the pack
late in the first. just a minute later--i wanna be like mike...the cross over g ges him a free patatto the rim and he comes up with a one-handed rim rattler...ohio state led it by 5 at the break though. into the seco...dom uhl, open on the wing...he knocks down the three pointer to give iowa a six point lead, but they couldn't hold it. kam williams...this jumper puts the buckeyes on top and they wouldn't give it up from there...iowa loses yet again, 68-64. coming u uon tuesday night, the hawkeyey host indiana on senior night, which will be the final home game for both adam woodbury and mike gesell. woody, the east alum, and gesell from south sioux have both been four year starters for coach fran mccaffery, and he says they've been instrumental in turning the program around. i had the opportunity to sit down with all three and talk about their careers. mike gesell--"this is what i dreamed about as a kid, being able to play division i. that's why i signed up to play i ithe big ten, to be able to
biggest arenas, some of the most t stile environments, you've gotta love things like that." adam woodbury--"it's really been surreal. i mean i couldn't really ask for a better experience that i've had. every little bump in the road has helped me grow as a person. i'm just grateful for my opportunity to play here at iowa and for my opportunity to play at east. i was put in two very good programs that have really helped me grow as a person. fran mccaffery--"they've been incredibly productive and we've won a lot of games. you know, you look at the numbers before they got here, what the numbers are now in terms of wins. those two guys are right there in the middle of all of it." be sure to tune in tuesday night to abc9 news at 10 for a look back at the sioux crew. in other basketball news, the wayne state women saw their season come to an end today, 76-56 in the nsic quarterfinals. the wildcats went 0-14 from the floor in the second quarter, allowing northern state to go on a 21-0 run. wayne state finishes the year
chris: it's been a busy week for the sioux city musketeers, but not one that the guys would le to remember. they've played three game already this week and lost each of them, getting outscored 14-3. today, they tried to salvage a couple of points hosting madison for some afternoon hockey. less than five minutes, the good guys strike first...tony stillwell centers it, c.j. dodero gets the deflection in front of the net, and it's 1-0 muskies. t the caps answer...dmitri buinitsky, pulls i i back and fireseshe cked wrister top shelf and we have a brand new game. four minutes later though, josh wilkins gets into the slot and finds eeli tolvanen for the goal, sioux city takes the lead but it was short lived. madison stormed back to hand the muskies their 11th loss in 12 games, 5-4. down in ames today, the sioux city metros locked up third place in the m-h- s-h-l tournament this morning with a 4-3 shootout win over the des moines oak leafs. james page had himself a day with a pair of goals while skyler beller also lit the lamp. page and connor
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