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least 17 accidents on this stretch of 25th street near morgan. this accident last november killed two people... when the driver of a stolen car lost control. tonight they met at nearby trimble united methodist church and talked about everything from closing that section of the road... to installing flashing warning lights and stop signs. 3 "well the feedback we received tonight is kind of give us an idea of the real problem and the severity of the problem and it's not just an issue that's been here recently, it's a long term problem that had a historical nature."no solution was reached at tonight's meeting. but city officials will research the options and hold a followup meeting in the 3 he's accused of several violent crimes over the past few months... and now 18- year- old isaiah mothershed has made his first court appearance in this case.our jetske wauran was there this afternoon... as the judge set a three- hundred thousand dollar bond. 3 days after he was involved in a police shooting, isaiah
court appearance thursday afternoon."it is believe that you committed these offenses. based on your financial circumstances, i have appointed attorney matt metzgar to represent you."over the last 3 months, the 18- year-old has been linked to several violent crimes where he utilized crowbars, pistol whipped a victim, assualted a 19-year-old man with special needs, and nearly shot a woman, to the latest incident where he fired a gun at a sioux city police officer on february 7th. "i would advise you now that you now that you are not required to make a statement and any statement you do make may be used against you during trial. sir do you have any questions to the court at this time about your charges or your bond? mothershed: "no."he was also arrested in july of last year for kidnapping two juveniles, but he was later released and those charges were dismissed. now, are learning more about the violent crimes committed over the last 3 months.. according to court documents, on january 29 mothershed entered a home in the 2200
he allegedly stole guns and pistol whipped the victim forcing him to open a safe that contained several guns. that spree continued, on february 5th he he broke into a residence with a crowbar in the 4500 block of polk street where he was confronted by the homeowner and mothershed shot out the back window of the home to escape and fired a shot at a women. february 6th, he lured a victim to valley park apartments, and held her at gunpoint..then on february 7th, he pulled a 40-caliber handgun, shooting officer ryan moritz on the inner thigh of his left leg.mothershed's charges, each a class b felony, carry a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison. "i do have to advise you that if convicted of those charges, mothershed would be required to serve 70-percent of that sentence before being eligible for parole or work release."a preliminary hearing for isaiah mothershed will take place on february 19th at 9 a.m. reporting at the law enforcement center in sioux city, i'm jetske wauran,
3 a man arrested in 2014 for impersonating a sioux city police officer will spend the next few years behind bars.31- year- old joey alberts of sioux city was sentenced to 7 years in prison.he was accused of impersonating an officer and "patrolling" downtown sioux city for more than a year... patting down young girls between the ages of 11 and 13.as part of a plea agreement... alberts pleaded guilty to charges of enticing a minor, indecent contact with a minor, and impersonating a public official.the 2- year sentences for the indecent contact and impersonating charges will be served concurrently... which will follow a 5- year sentence for enticing a minor. 3 3 traffic is back to normal on highway 20 between iowa and nebraska after a scary accident this afternoon.just after 3 o'clock... a pepsi truck heading west into nebraska lost control on a patch of ice... hitting the outer wall on the bridge that crosses the missouri river... and nearly falling into the water below.
3 siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll has more on the big event. 3 25 hundreds students packed into the orpheum theatre today to get a first hand look at the sioux city orchestra. nats from beethoven to tchaikovsky(nats) to singing along to the stars and stripes forever(nats) thousands of 4th graders across siouxland got a first hand look at the sioux city orchestra. titled 'the sioux city orchestra's users guide'... this annual event gives students an introduction to instruments and the expression of emotions through music. "this is a chance to understand more about music than it just being background noise. it has meaning." with many of the students involved in music themselves"i'm in orchestra and i play the violin." the event provided an opportunity to learn more.
sounds on the violin than i thought. the children also participated in 'orchestras feeding america,' by donating nonperishable food items to benefit the foodbank of siouxland. "i think last year we had about 500 pounds of food that they brought and this year looks like it's even more than that. it was quite impressive as they came in and the pile kept getting higher and higher."the sioux city orchestra celebrates it's 100 year anniversary this year. and with the thousands of excited young children, the orchestra looks to have plenty of new recruits for years to come. the students got to show off their knowledge in a guided quiz of the different sections of the orchestra and were able to hear different sounds from all of the instruments. 3 3 they're a group of people pushing the bounds of medical science... and doing it under the radar. 3 3 who these "bio hackers" are and what they say their goals are... coming up after the break. 3 "siouxland news at ten on kmeg
3 3 3 the federal court northern district of iowa officially has a new judge on the bench tonight. and he's a 1983, sioux city west high graduate.this afternoon, the u- s senate voted to confirm president obama's nomination of judge leonard strand to fill a vacancy on the court.strand was nominated in july of 2015 to replace judge mark bennett... who is assuming senior status on the court.since 2012... strand has been a magistrate judge in the northern district, which is based in sioux city. 3 hillary clinton took yesterday
up before tonight's big debate with bernie sanders. 3 our scott thuman joins us live from the site of the debate in milwaukee, wisconsin to see if it paid off. scott? 3 senior political reporter scott thuman is live from the university of wisconsin- milwaukee, the site of the latest democratic presidential debate between bernie sanders and hillary clinton.the two candidates clashed on a wide range of issues... including sanders' proposals for universal healthcare and free tuition for public colleges and universities."clinton, have to lead coalition that to lead "clinton, have universities.colleges and
coalition that will take back territory from isis, have to support on the groundsanders, unintended consequences, i will look carefully, make certain that us do not get bogged down in warfare in middle eastclinton, when somebody like donald trump and others stirs up the demagoguery against muslims, it is offensive and it is dangerous3 sanders, "we have got to stand up to the trumps of the world who are trying to divide us up."that's a wrap from milwaukee. the two candidates will meet again ahead of their next primary contests in south
thuman, reporting.3 3 robots are among us. there is an underground movement known as "biohacking" fighting to advance the human race. these citizen 3 scientists are altering cells... dna... and even "hacking" themselves by implanting devices into their own bodies.the risks are real when becoming a self-experimenting guinea pig... but in tonight's special report... vicki gonzalez learns that for these superhuman pioneers... the potential rewards are worth the dangers of uncertainty. 3 outside of the conventional laboratory... are radical experiments to improve life as we know it.rich lee is a salesman in st. george, utah... but his true focus is looking toward the future. rich is among a far-reaching community known as biohackers. [sot-rich lee/biohacker)
approaching biology with a hacker ethic."also called grinding or transhumanism... a background in science isn't necessary... simply a desire to go beyond what's humanely possible... and put your own body on the line. [sot-lee] "i'm a bit reckless and i have a higher risk tolerance than a lot of other people do."by implanting chips, magnets-- among other devices-- these do-it-yourself "citizen scientists" become superhuman. [sot-lee]"it's like there's a new layer to the world."rich can feel electricity and magnetic fields with the tip of his finger... [sot-lee] "i'll just do this on the bar top and it will catch somebody's eye. they'll go, whoa how are you doing that? and i'll go, i don't know!." his ears are also wireless headphones.[sot-lee]"pretty much any device that is bluetooth enabled i can interface with it. so i can listen to music on my phone, i can take phone calls."a forearm to rich... is also a thermometer. [sot-lee]"i can scan it with a scanner and it wil tell me my temperature." and a chip in the web of his hand... capable of sending messages to his phone.
you for watching."the world of biohacking exists mostly on the web... a virtual think tank where grinders connect from all over the world. [sot-lee]"our community is pretty tight knit and it's grown a lot.""grindhouse wetware" is based in pennsylania... the biotech startup is currently in trials and will begin selling implantable devices this year... here's ryan o'shea. [sot-ryan o'shea/grindhouse wetware]"what i am interested in is functional implants that can track my health data, that can make me a stronger, faster, a better human."but these enhancements are controversial... and illegal in many parts of the country [sot-o'shea]"there is a lot of legal questions that are hindering our growth right now."to skirt the system... grinders go underground, and find body modification artists through word of mouth. [sot] "as soon as people realized that they could become a robot, it just like exploded. people can link themselves up to their macbook's, and their cellphones, and their houses." undergoing elective, sub- dermal implants. [sot]"i see more and more, just every average everyday people
still going to their normal jobs."in the world of biohacking... the possibilities are truly endless... [sot-o'shea]"we have biologists on the team, we have software developers, we have hardware developers, all these different engineers, all coming together."and the risks of self-experimentation are real. [sot-lee]"do you ever worry about the long-term side effects of having a foreign object in your body? oh absolutely. in fact i check them every day //there is no such thing as a permanent object in your body."but where there exists danger, there also lies the opportunity of progress... [sot-o'shea] "we left the plains of africa, we crossed the oceans, we ventured into space, and i think the next logical step is to transcend our biological limitations."these "citizen scientists" are driven by a curiosity to advance the human race... one biohack at a time... i'm vicki gonzalez. 3 3 3 taking a live look out over yankton tonight on our lewis and clark specialty hospital skywatch camera...we've seen some more snow over parts of
could get you your fruit... 3 faster. 3 the latest farm technology gets researched every day up at a farm near beresford, south dakota.and they're workin' on a new way to grow fruit up there right now.we're heading to the south dakota state university southeast research farm this week...in "proud to be a hometown farmer.""it's farming, and it's kind of like going to school, too."then you could say brad rops has been going to school *every* day for the last 22 years he's worked here. now he's operations manager at the south dakota state university southeast research farm by beresford.but a lot of his time isn't spent *here*... *inside*..."this is our swine barn, here."he's usually out in the field...literally. running experiments to
bio - filters attached to this swine barn.they've really barn. they've really cut down that *hog* smell."we've had a lot of interest from county commissioners and producers." this high tunnel's only a year old.inside is an experiment brad's really excited about. "doubled their growth."he's growing things like strawberries and fruit trees... not traditional high-tunnel crops...and they're doing very well.the peach trees have doubled in height!"we're going to gain about three weeks on each end of the growing season in here."a science experiment that seems successful for now...one of many...and a way of life for a guy like brad rops."hopefully we make the mistakes here, so the farmers don't have to."if you think of a farmer that might be great on "proud to be a hometown farmer" tell us about them! (**take gfx**)you can nominate them on our web site... or you can e - mail me at j -
3 pierce is your defending class c-1 state champs. and guardian angels central catholic came in third in c-2 a year ago. they have a combined record of 42 and 3 this season.any way you slice it tonight's matchup was about as good of one you'll see all year.1. pierce on the board first.. off the inbounds play jaci brahmer with the basket..pierce up two .. nothing early.2. later in the first.. g-a-c-c's katie steuter with the nice move underneath.. pierce leads by two.3. move to the second
sutherland with the three.. pierce up eleven.. eighteen to seven.4. moments later.. g-a-c-c's hannah hunke with the rebound and the nice the pierce lead to ten.. twenty to ten.5. right before the half..g-a-c-c's makayla tomka with the long jumper.. pierce would lead twenty-three to twelve at the half.. it came down to the wire gacc wins 47-46! 3 the only team that could beat pierce before tonight was crofton. they visited norfolk catholic.1. crofton gets on the board first.. kelsey sanger with the drive and dish to katie petersen for the layup.. crofton up two.2. moments later.. crofton's monica arens hits sanger for the three. lady warriors up five to nothing.3. norfolk catholic comes right back.. maddie love with the drive and the layup.. cuts crofton's lead to three.4. later in the
gruenther for the three.. lady warriors up eight.. ten to two. 5. right before the buzzer at the end of the first quarter.. norfolk catholics bailey eilers hits the three.. crofton would still lead fifteen to nine after the first quarter and .. crofton wins 67-46. 3 lawton-bronson and elk point jefferson in a battle of teams with state tournament potential!1) this one came down to the wire. 2nd quarter eagles up one. brooke hunwardsen makes it 3.2) fourth quarter eagles up four. ali verzani with the drive she scores! 6 point lead for l-b. 3) ensuing drive off the missed shot elsie aslessen is there for the put back! back down to 4.4) now epj is down 1! mckenzie mennenga feeds elsie aslessen! but lexi binder is there for the block. so 5) 3 seconds to go anna dressen makes both free throws to put the eagles up three.
short!eagles win it 49-46! 3 south sioux city still hasn't lost to a team west of pennsylvania. taking on number 11 sbl tonight in the land of the warriors.1) starting off in the 1st quarter, south sioux city is up 7 to 0. on the fast break, sbl's josie clay is open down low, grabs her own rebound but then she makes it. 7 to 2 lady cardinals.2) the warriors were trying to come back though, they made a free throw before and anna lucas is down court and she drives it in for 2. its 7 to 5 now.3) next possesion, lucas again for the 3, the warriors take the lead 8 to 7.4) later marybeth rasmussen gets the steal and passes it down low to kori fischer.... with the foul she would make that a 3 point play. 12 to 8 cardinalsthe cardinals go on to win it 71-59. 3 another top matchup as pierce and gacc boys got together.1. pick up action in the second quarter.. g-a-c-c's kobe slaughter with the steal and
to eleven.2. moments later..tanner ortmeier hits tanner hass for the layup.. extends g-a-c-c's lead to six.. seventeen to eleven.3. right before the half.. brandon hass hits a jumper to put g-a-c-c up nineteen to eleven at the half.4. in the third quarter.. pierce's austin freeman with the drive and the layup.. he's fouled. he'd miss the free throw.. pierce still trailsby eight.5. next time down the court.. freeman hits taggert bailey for jumper.. cuts the g-a-c-c lead to six.. twenty one to fifeen.pierce wins 38-37! 3 lawton-bronson and elk point jefferson both going for their second straight victories in lawton.1) the eagles got the scoring started. this is keesten hanks from downtown! that's good!2) and then aj leffler from the corner! and just like that it's 6-0 l-b.3) back come the huskies off the missed shot connor henze is there for the put back! you can't teach 6 foot 6!4) then off the drive and dish nathan
bronson gets out to a big lead early.5) preston collbaum finds him again! he scores. elk point jefferson would go on to win it! 56-49! 3 girls regional basketball started today. remsen st. mary's advances over akron- westfield 57-52. h-m-s over central lyon 72-43.and george little rock tops clay central everly 52-16. harris-lake park over gtra 59-50.river valley over ar-we-va 56-52. remsen union over siouxland christian 60-53. 3 3