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the president of the university of missouri system abruptly resigned today following weeks of protests over his handling of allegations of jay gray is in columbia, ssouri with the latest.
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enough to alleged acts of racism on campus. the school's football team threatened to boycott saturday's game, student's staged sit-ins and a graduate student was one the eighth day of a hunger strike demanding wofle's resignation. (nat) "this is a movement not a moment." minority students say they've been met repeatedly with racially charged epithets on campus last month a swastika, smeared in human feces was left on a dorm wall. (sot / stephanie shonekan - chair, dept. of black studies, university of missouri 1:02 - 1:14) "a a t of people have been shocked and surprised that this is still going on and i don't think it is for us or anybody to question what these students say they are going through. (sot / tim wolfe - resigning university of missouri system president 1:15 - 1:24) "we need , please, please, use this resignation to heal, not to hate.and let's move forward together and for a brighter tomorrow. a divided campus now searching for a way to heal. jay gray, nbc news, columbia, missouri. >> a norfolk, nebraska body art shop could face disciplinary a norfolk, nebraska body art shop could face disciplinary action after a
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complaint that an unlicensed worker performed body piercings. the complaint alleges that "skini's tattoos, body piercings, smoke shop and more" owner ralph johnson admitted the person in question performed body piercings from may to june of 2014. the department investigator spoke with a former employee, who confirmed that an employee was practicing without a proper license. nebraska's attorney general says the shop could face probation, license suspension and-or a penalty of up to 10-thousand dollars. (matt) it sure was a nice day today. but how long will it last? (sheila) meteorlogist ben dorenbach joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. thanks. we followed up our beautiful weekend ofeather with much of the same today, and we'll see another one just like it tomorrow. major changes arrive on wednesday when a powerful storm system makes its way across the middle of the country. see graphics. (sheila) the sioux city city council is scheduled to vote today on applying for a $4.6 million
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(sheila) the sioux city city council is scheduled to vote today on applying for a $4.6 million grant to help pay for street work needed for the new seaboard-triumph foods pork plant. (matt) the grant from the "revitalize iowa's sound economy" program would help pay for street work and signage recommended in a traffic study of the bridgeport west industrial area. the 264-million dollar plant will employ more than 11- hundred people when it opens in two years. ktiv's robert lowe was at the meeting and will have more for us tonihgt on news 4. jordanian officials say they're trying to find out whether the motive for today's deadly shooting at a police compound was personal or political. they say a jordanian policeman
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opened fire on foreign trainers, killing two americans, a south african and a jordanian before being shot dead. u.s. officials say the americans were civilians who were part of a state department police training program. president barack obama says it's "no secret" that the security situation in the mideast has deteriorated -- and he says he wants to work with israel to "get back on a path towards peace." mr. obama spoke at the start of a meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu in the oval office today. it was their first face-to- face meeting in more than a year. their meeting comes as the u.s. and israel work to move past tensions over the u.s.- backed nuclear deal with iran. we are less than 48 hours away from the fourth g-o-p presidential debate in milwaukee, wisconsin. the main debate is set to begin at eight p-m and will feature the top eight republican presidential candidates. donald trump, ben carson, marco rubio, ted cruz, jeb bush, carly fiorina, john kasich and rand paul will all appear on the debate's main
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stage. candidates chris christie, mike huckabee, bobby jindal and rick santorum will be featured in an earlier debate slated to begin at six p-m. the debate will air on fox business network and streamed for free on fox business dot com. an ihop restaurant in mississippi became the scene of a strange parking lot collapse over the weekend. drone video shows the collapse that swallowed 12 cars outside the restaurant on saturday. no one was injured when the pavement gave way leaving the huge gash in the ground one witness said they had just stepped into the restaurant when they heard a giant "boom". engineers and crews are expected to be on the site today studying the site to try and determine the cause of the collapse. still to come on live at five.... controversy in a cup! why some people are unhappy with the new starbucks holiday cups... next. (sheila) and.... al roker is taking
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(matt) starbucks' new, plain red holiday cups are stirring up some controversy this holiday season. (sheila) this year, the company is marketing a two-toned red cup that looks a little different from years past. starbucks has removed what it calls the "symbols of the season" that it's used on its cups in the past... including reindeer, snow flakes and christmas ornaments. some comments on social media say starbucks is waging a war on christmas. starbucks says the blank canvas allows customers to "tell their christmas stories in their own way" by adding their own designs. you can add target to the list of stores that'll be open thanksgiving day. the retailer says it'll once again open its stores at 6pm on thanksving, with locations remaining open until 11pm or
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midnight on black friday. it also says its same in- store doorbuster deals will be available online thanksgiving morning. statistics show facebook averages one billion active users each day. but this weekend, the social media network got one more important one. president barack obama created a personal facebook page over the weekend. the president bills is as "a place to have real conversations about the most important issues." his first post was a video of him on the white house lawn discussing environmental issues. (matt) nbc's al roker plans to set the fastest time ever for reporting the weather from all environmental issues. (matt) nbc's al roker plans to set the fastest time ever for reporting the weather from all 50 states going coast- to-coast and everywhere else in betweeen in just one week. earlier today he was at the 4 corners. (sheila) today he's stopping in south dakota in sioux falls and that's where we once agian find ktiv's ron demers. ron, how are things going? al roker is on a quest to set a guinness world record - by
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forecasting the weather from all 50 states in a single week. he knocked out four states this morning, standing at the four corners - where utah, colorado, new mexico and arizona meet. and conducting four vocal groups, all singing "america the beautiful." schedule ahead of him though.. as he makes his way through 9 more states by the end of the day. it's all for a good cause too.. "feeding america," an organization devovod to feeding those in need across the country. (ron) matt and shiela after speaking with mr. roker he said this was certainly a crazy
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it sure was a great start to the work week. how long will it stick around? ben's full forecast is coming up after the
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nbc "today" show weatherman al roker is trying to set a world record by broadcasting a weather forecast in all 50 states. if you're just getting home headline. our cameras are in sioux falls, tonight, where roker's plane is scheduled to touch down at any moment. he'll forecast the weather... and our own ron demers will be there to meet him.
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a group that led the push to oust the president of the university of missouri system has achieved its goal -- and now it says it wants a say in choosing his replacement. tim wolfe announced today that he was stepping down amid criticism of his handling of racial issues. and... it's less than 48 hours away from the fourth g-o-p presidential debate in milwaukee, wisconsin. the main debate is set to begin at eight p-m and will feature the top eight republican presidential candidates. that's a look at your just home headlines. meteorologist ben dorenbach joins us with the forecast. we followed up our beautiful weekend of weather with much of the same today, and we'll see another one just like it tomorrow. major changes arrive on wednesday when a powerful storm system makes its way across the middle of the country. what this means for siouxland is that we'll see a fair amount of rain that day with a few thunderstorms in which we have a very low-end severe threat. there is also the small possibility of mixing in a few wet snowflakes, but it looks as if the push of
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cold air will happen after the precipitation exits, so we should for the most part be in the clear the rest of the week will bring highs near 50, lows near 30 and sunshine. see graphics.
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turning a century old at the end of this month. and today, community members helped her celebrate at the siouxland center for active generations where she has been named "bingo bocian" because of her love for the game. rose bocian was born in sioux city and has lived there her entire life.
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two sons who live with her currently. she also has one grandson and three great grandkids who live in south dakota. bocian shares one key message to living a successful life. "if you want something, work for it. if you don't work you dont get nothing." today, bocian was crowned and given flowers and a cake to celebrate her birthday. there were also tap and line dance performances . when we come back....a big development for siouxland when it comes to home health
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to help enhance home health care in siouxland. joining us with details from sunrise retirement community bev zenor and from unitypoint at home is brandon ehlers .
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caring deeply. connecting daily. leading boldly. serving faithfully. centered, will be recognized as siouxland's highest quality, most active & comprehensive senior living community of choice. sunrise at homediscover our vision our mission sunrise has a partnership with unitypoint at home, a highly regarded home health care provider in the region, to offer these services. unitypoint at home surrounds patients with the resources and care needed to restore health and achieve wellness and independence. home health care nursing services physical, occupational, speech respiratory, infusion and therapies home health care is covered by most insurance plans, including medicare and medicaid. our home care specialists will work with your insurance provider to verify coverage. contact unity point at home 712.279.3279 >> we'll be right back after
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coming up tonight on news 4 at six.... ktiv's tiffany lane will tell us how siouxland students will be volunteering at the gop debate. and.... a housing project in northeast nebraska being built faster than expected. the details...at six. (matt) nbc's al roker is taking america by storm, one state at a time. (sheila) today he's stopping in south dakota in sioux falls and that's where we once agian find ktiv's ron demers. ron, how are things going? ron ad-libs about his time in sioux falls waiting for al roker. but for now, i'll send it back
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let's check in one more time with ron. tonight; mostly clear. low 38.
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south 10-15 miles per hour. tomorrow: few more clouds. high 60. winds s 10-20 miles per hour. thanks for joining us for news channel four live at five. we're back again at six. stay tuned for the n-b-c nightly news if you think there's no solution to the climate crisis, think again. in iowa, wind energy is already producing enough power for over a million homes,
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reducing our dependence on foreign oil and supporting six thousand jobs. i'm tom steyer. with bold leadership and an endless supply of wind and sun, we can do that across america. the goal is 50% clean energy by 2030. so, what are we waiting for? developing news tonight. brought down by a campus revolt over race. a president resigned over amid protest and a football steam standing in solidarity. murder charges for a pair of officers opening fire killing a 6-year-old boy. what led up to the shooting that shocked the nation. olympics cheating bombshell. investigators accuse russia of widespread doping and a massive cover up. where americans athletes cheated out
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