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computer company returns home for a talk w wh young entrepenours. 3 3 the university of south the university of south dakota is investigating some vandalism that took place early sunday morning. 3 the words are mostly gone now... but members of one u- s- d fraternity woke up to a horrifying message spray- painted on theieihome yeststday. 3 the phi delta theta fraternity house had the words "we date rape" spray painted on the side in bright yellow paint.siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll was on campus today. she joins us now with the latest on the investigation.jaclyn? 3 diana, larry... the fraternity and usd are both working with the vermillili policece partment to try to t tck downho did this and why. 3 "the fraternity has since removed the paint from the side of their house to the best of their ability."a faint stain of yellow paint can still be seen where the words "we date rape" were spray painted on the side of the phi delta theta frat house.
dakota and clark street, this on camams."greek life hehe at usd is a values-based greek life. we speak with our students quite frequently about living their values given to them by their founders many, many years ago." they say they do not know why they were targeted... with both usd and the fraternity having no reports of sexual assault. "it was a little awe-strucking to the fraternity thememlves and us as well. there wano inkling on why anybody would target this fraternity in this way." "we have no reason to believe that anybody in that fraternity or any other greek houses have committed a sex crime. we have no ongoing investigation with anybody there."e vermillion police department is s working with caus police, buhave no suspects at this time. "the investigation is still early on. we have received some information. however, we're waiting to see if that information is accurate or of any value to the
unfortunate incident, usd d says they will use this as an opportunity to educate students about the prevention of sexual assault. 3 u- s- d says they are proud of their greek life and says this greek community. 3 3 the lawyer for the sioux city teen accused of shooting a police officer... and a string of violent a lawyer for the sioux city teen accused of shooting a violent robberies once the county. matt metzger has filed motions requesting a change of venue and a gag order in the case, the motions site extensive media coverage of the case as well as inflammatory comments made by sioux city police chief doug young for wanting the trial moved. metzger wants the judge to stop authorities from talking about the case with the media. no
on those motions. two other sioux city teens accused of burglarizing several cars have been arraigned, 18- year-old kelly christer and 19- year-old riley spencer those injured written not guilty pleas, both charged with two counts of third-degree burglaries and sensors facing additional charge of possession of a burglary tool. a third defendant has yet to enter a plpl. without of the gateway computer company has returned home to speak to budding entrepreneurs tonight, he is the kickoff speaker for a two- week celebration of innovation networking and collaboration. wade will have a ccversation with moderator jenna morton and what answer a a few queions from students and community members, that talk begins at 6:30 pm at the st. francis center on campus and it is free and open to the public. we'll have more on this talk tonight at 10. i will tell you what, absolutely a nice start to what we hope is a warmer wwk. >> i hope so.
the 50s so hopefully that remains. >> believe it or not we can get warmer than that as we had to the end of the week, an interesting set up for tonight, saw sunshine earlier but now it is now cover. as a look at the sky watch camera from yankton overcast skies move-in, radar shows rain across the western portions of nebraska and south dakota and all this will work its way eastward as we work throughout the evening and go into the overnight hours some of the rain will change over to snow. so 41 sioux city and 47 for lincoln, training atat rapid city and the evening planners says lookokor the rain tonight into the overnight hours have been changing over to snow early tomorrow morning. what kind of impact will have on us as we head out the door tuesday? we'll talk about it coming up in a minute. this weekend staff of supreme court justice scalia has turned washington's expectations for 2016 on thehe
speculate how president. obama will move to replace outspoken conservative justice the president of holding off on making the nomination so after his funeral. in the meantime the president has ordered all us flags flying over federal buildings lowered to half staff until scalia is buried. that move was echoed by house speaker paul ryan to the us capitol and governor. terry branstad for state offices in iowa. nebraska us senator. deb fisher is joining a number of republicans who are saying president. obama should not n ninate scalia's replacement, that was first floated by senate majority leader mitch mcconnell within hours of his death on saturday. we caught up with the senator this afternoon and she says it was the democrats who made the same thing difficult.>> the precedent as they are, the democrats have set the precedent by chuck schumer saying that when george w. bush was president that in his last
not have any appointments. that precedent was set by the democrats. >> democrats criticize the idea thing the president is within his rights to nominate a replacement. if the senate refuses to consider the nomination they are abdicating their constitutional responsibility. a sister station wsyx tv in columbus ohio was predicting a town hall and millennials and politics of the one-hour town hall are looking into the biggest and most important challenges facing today's generation of young americans. the questions surround which presidential candidate can best solve the challenges young people face today. the town hall will air tomorrow, tuesday, february 16 6 pm to 7 pm and this one-hour roundtable will stream live online 6 pm to 7 pm and this one-hour roundtable will stream ve email@example.com weird totoght cms or cbs12 air
before tonight's star-studded event reporter michelle wright caught up with the country music star back on the road after brief retirement. >> reporter: will comemeloud, is goininto be great.>> after hanging up his cowboy hat in 2009 garth brooks came out of retirement with a new album and world tour in 2014. all with wife tricia yearwood at his side.>> we are enjoying every second. >> and we're best friends and i think we have a respect for what we do at each other. >> since the first show the traveling duo has broken records in nearly every city they have played including right here in south florida.>> it is the perfect place to go, he picked the places to play horry had a great time last time. >> garth brooks is already the
tell us about man against the machine. >> it was 15 years of hiatus all bubbling up, a lot of nervousness and getting back into the studio knocking the rest off. >> since november album has gone platinum and w he is on to the next.>> the next record will be more settled in and more confidence in your own pen. >> on top of that he is already nominated for the academy of country music awards entertainer of the year. proving that this man and his music is never out of 10. > will put our c cwds of against everybody, they are the sweetest people.>> remember you can watch the grammys tonight right here. earlier today our partners released this time lapse video of the grammys gifting suite, that is where artists andndother guests pick up the preassembled several other gifts like
there are not many certainties in life, along with death and taxes is the fact you will get old. >> after the break in tonight's healthwatch we will pass along a few tips on how you can age well and stay healthier longer. you're watching siouxland news at five on kmeg 14 with larry west, diana castillo,
and sports director chris 3 getting older is one of the few things guaranteed in you know getting older is one of the few things that is guaranteed in life barring an accident.>> reporter kayla novak shows us tips to stay healthy as we age. >> reporter: as we age we come more susceptible to diseases.>> as we age the weight tends to come on and we have to exercise more and the metabolism slows down.>> so we must play an active role in our health by reading up on being healthy and going to a regular checkups. >> when you go to the doctor take a list with you of things you need to cover, sometimes we get in a we forget. >> another important daily task. >> there is a link between gum disease and heart disease, the risk goes up if you do not
important and it is a very simple thing you can do daily there it >> exercising is important. >> waist circumference is important for your health so if you are shaped more like an apple than a pair that is considered a risk, a thicker waist is more of a risk. >> other things like a lack of sunshine to the winter can lead to low vitamin d levels and a lack of sleep. socializing is also key in staying healthy mentally and physically. ralph waldo emerson once said. >> the first wealth itself. most people value their health most when they lose it so do not get to that point. try to stay on top of it, the into self-care and be proactive so you keep your health because you cannot buy it back.>> kayla novak siouxland news. 3 3 brazil's president dilma roussef says brazil will have considerable success fighting brazil's president says that country will have
fighting the mosquitoes that carry the zika virus, saturday was national mobilization day in that country, military and hundreds of thousands health personnel were working to fight the mosquito that carries the virus. experts say the virus is sweeping through latin america and the zika is mostly harmless for adults, but it is led to a serious birth defects and newborns. the olympics and read get underway this summer. pope francis is continuing his first official visit to mexico as pope and this morning he delivered special mass for mexico's indigenous population of the city's near mexico's border with guatemala, speaking in three indigenous languages the pope criticized the mexican police treatment of native people. it was one of the poorest nations in the country and is an entry point in many central american migrants hoping to reach the us. brush is being blamed for
syria, 22 people killed in attacks that struck to hospitals in a school. this violence comes three days after us and russian officials announced the planned cessation of hostilities. one of the hospitals run by the medical charity called drs. without borders was hit four times. women and children are confirmed to be among the dead. sunshine today definitely helped to warm us up, the highs that the 41 degrees after a morning low of 24.
both rain and snow ininin "first alert weather with siouxland's chief meteorologist chad sandwell." 3 3 3 first alert weather with suez chief meteorologist chad sandwell. this is the start of what could be a beautiful week. we have to fight through a few things tonight and after that things will slowly get better. we could be looking at 60s around here. let's get started, let's take a look out shakes up. after sunshine this point cloud cover has been living in which will slowly build up moisture as we work our way around the area. this is out-of-pocket state park, we are seeing the exact same thing, overcast skies and that is a trend that will
final stop texas.ottawa where we are looking at mostly overcast skies. the extended forecast shows plenty of cloud cover tuesday, wednesday and even thursday. on thursday we start to see the temperatures climbing up, 48 on thursday, 58 friday and 56 saturday and then it cools off to end the weekend. overall he can get out at the end of the week this will be the week to do it. radar imagery over the last few hours pretty quiet across northwest iowa that it is across south dakota and nebraska say moisture showing up in the extreme western counties. this trend will continue and moisture will work its way in by probably 9 o'clock or so, we should be looking at rain chances picking up across the area. you see on the bigger picture the moisture has been working its way from the northwest to southeast throughout the afternoon, it will be here later this evening and eventually it will stay or change over to snow. this low-pressure is working its way across south dakota, this is a look at 10 pm
down the interstate 29 corridor, the low pressure will fly to the southeast and so early in the morning we could see some snow. the best chance would be up around the iowa, great lakes and extreme northeast sections of siouxland. throughout today and into wednesday the cloud cover will hang around, early wednesday morning there may be snow up around the great lakes. here in sioux city things will stay quiet and cloudy as we push towards the end of the week where of course we have much better weather headed our way. accumulations, the latest models thing most will be just to the east of sioux city, may sheldon. then snow. it appears that most of this will be gone by the time you wake up tomorrow morning or at least it will have stopped. 41 and so 41 and sioux city and the forecast calling for
snow, 32 for the low with northwest winds 15 to 25 miles per hour. the snow and rain will stop tomorrow afternoon, it will be of bit breezy, isa 37, where keeping our eyes on the end of the week with sunshine and very springlike temperatures ahead. >> i just can't wait. today felt great so i can only imagine. quickly. regional match-ups begin tonight in iowa, we have a preview of all of the siouxland
3 "sports, with sports director chris neyenhouse." 3 who would sports with sports director chris neyenhouse . who would have thought the hawkeyes would have lose or have lost on thursday night in indiana. that is exactly what i find themselves after a win against minnesota yesterday at a loss over the weekend, maryland losing to wisconsin over the weekend and despite thursday's loss ap kept the hawkeyes at number four. iowa guard anthony clemens says the team knows it puts a target on the hawkeyes.>> we're going to give everybody the best shot, it is our job to make sure that we come in ready. we understand that we will go through hard start games like
the's athletic teams. we're just trying to make sure that we have our minds mentally right as we going to each and every game. >> the cyclones have moved up one spot despite last week's loss to texas tech. they had the home victory over then number 24 texas, the cyclones are at taylor tomorrow and that game will be carried by espn. the cyclones football program posted a siouxland authentic alignment they have offered over the weekend for junior day, offensive lineman zach die strick said he was impressed with the overall experience and the 6 foot impressed with the overall experience and the 6'6" 290 pound junior said he would likely look at it again in a game. boys basketball regionals have finally arrived, including to a district 1 where rock valley just came off a huge
hall on friday. it is a fifth win in the row for the rockets who host five and one when cherokee tonight. rock valley is with class to a and district to. in class one a district 1 w. what is the site for akron westfield and river valley visits westward, we will have highlights from this site. we are sending our chief photographer here and to rock valley and we think we should have time to highlights from all the games. not pictured is one a district 3. super bowl winning quarterback peyton manning will make an appearance down the road in sioux falls in just a few months.
at the pentagon on june 3 is a featured speaker for the inaugural south dakota sports awards and the event will honor a state wide array of high school athletes for achievements in the 2015/2016 school year and will include recognition for coaches, teams and community contributors.>> i had to take a double take at your seven-day forecast because it is moving up to almost 60 by the end of the week. i don't think we were quite get there and sioux city but a few places like nebraska will see that. overcast rains tonight, tuesday overcast skies with a bit louisiana northwest winds at 15 to 20 miles per hour, 37 afternoon high . and then 58 on friday, and areas south and west of here will have the best chance to hit 60 and even a few places hit 60 again on saturday. i think after tonight the weather for the most part stays
after the >> pelley: the supreme court after scalia. with a senate battle brewing over his successor, will the court be gridlocked? also tonight, trump and cruz keep firing at each other. jeb bush looks to "w" to put him in the win column. first the freeze, then the storms and plenty of accidents. and the odd couple. opposites on the bench, best buddies in life. >> we agree on a whole lot of stuff. we do. ruth is really bad only on the knee-jerk stuff. >> this is the "cbs evening captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news"