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"i'm aware of it, we're looking into it." the fbi does not believe isis had direct involvement with either her or her husband, syed rizwan farook but they acknowledge others are being investigated. officials don't know whether other attacks were planned but are concerned the couple was flying under the radar. (sot / doyle miller - landlord "it's just doesn't make sense, they didn't seem like the type of people." nat today at the couple's rented home in nearby redlands, the media was allowed free access to the apartment by the landlord after it was cleared by the fbi. media had no access the garage had been converted into a bomb- making lab, complete with explosive powders and igniters. before vacating the home, investigators recovered hard drives and other media that the couple apparently attempted to destroy. but the fbi says they're confident they'll be able to access whatever the suspects didn't want them to know. meanwhile victim's families cautioned against blaming an entire faith community. (sot / ryan reyes - victim's partner :xx - :xx) "these are the two that did it. focus on that, and that's it." an investigation now focused on an act of
>> presidential candidate marco rubio said the terrorist attack in california represents "the most dangerous terror threat faced." rubio told a republican women's luncheon in new hampshire that syed farook displayed suspicious behavior that would have been picked up by authorities. but the florida republican says farook was transformed "into a killer." and rubio harshly criticized any gun control measures in the wake of wednesday's attack. they're still out there talking about gun control measures. as if somehow terrorists care about what our gun laws are. france has some of the strictest gun laws in the world. and they had no problem acquiring an arsenal to kill people. he also argues the u-s needs more bomb and terror control - not gun control. colorado springs is bidding a final farewll to a campus police officer killed in last week's
parenthood shooting. the funeral for officer garrett today. swasey was 44-years old and leaves behind a wife and two kids. swasey was ten miles away from the clinic when the shooting happened but he rushed to the planned parenthood location to help fellow officers who came under fire. two other people were killed in the shooting, and nine wounded. the suspect, robert lewis dear, is held on suspicion of first-degree murder. colorado theater shooter james holmes has been ordered to pay restitution to his victims. court documents show a judge ordered him to pay close to 955- thousand dollars. holmes was also ordered to cover all future expenses the survivors may have. that includes their medical bills and lost wages. holmes is serving multiple life sentences for killing 12-people and injuring 70-others in aurora, colorado, three years ago. police arrest a man they say posed as a federal air marshal and had a fake badge to prove it. during a traffic stop, investigators say mark
emergency lights outfitted on his 2014 dodge durango. officials say vicars wore body armor and had a pistol, knife, and a loaded assault rifle in the back seat of his car. he told officers he was one of them. vicars faces numerous weapons charges as well as possession of a forged instrument. federal authorities say there is no threat of terrorism in this case. a south dakota school district is taking action after some suspicious behavior at their high school yesterday. during the lunch hour, two unauthorized individuals entered the school. ktiv's tommie clark spoke with both police and the school superintenden t today. tommie, what are they saying about the incident? matt and robert, they are saying within minutes of entering the school, staff noticed the men and asked why they were there. their answers are what grabbed the attention of local police. the two men are identified as university of south dakota students. they first told staff they were at yankton high school to kill time before an exam, but later changed their story, saying they knew
school-- but couldn't come up with a name. after being asked to leave, police were contacted and because of the suspicious behavior, authorities pulled the two teenagers over. that's when yankton police found two unloaded weapons in the trunk. m "i think for anybody that's unsettling, but the way it was handled and as quickly as it was handle din the school i don't know that we could have done that any better. we don't want two oindividuals coming into our school unannounced efining how our school is all about and our community and i feel very strongly about that. i would not have had kids in our school today if i felt they should not be there," said yankton school district superintendent, brian paulsen. the two individuals are now identified as 18-year-old joseph vanbuskirk and 19-year-old adam gerard. tonight at 6 i will tell you what the two men were charged with and what the school is doing about it. matt and robert? thanks tommie.
considered, today was pretty calm. but what about our weekend? chief meteorlogist ron demers joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. a south wind kicked in today and helped conditions warm very nicely across siouxland with most highs in the 30s and 40s allowing the melting process to really get flowing. temperatures over the next couple of day will be similar to today but with a lot more clouds on saturday. from those clouds, a couple light showers may try to form from saturday evening into early saturday night. thanks. (robert)
city today, talking to voters about her multi-billion dollar infrastructure plan. (matt) she spoke to a room of community and labor union members at the carpenters training center. clinton promoted her five-year 275 billion dollar plan. "we are in a sorry state," said hillary clinton, democratic presidential candidate. "our roads, our bridges are crumbling. families endure blackouts, because our electric grids fail in extreme weather." clinton says her plan would create more jobs and increase wages. coming up at six, we take an in-depth look into that plan and one labor union member's reaction to her visit in sioux city. (matt) coming up tonight on news 4 at 6, i sit down with the democratic presidential candidate. hear her reaction to the mass shootings in california, and her proposals to tighten america's gun laws. (matt) donald trump brings his
back to siouxland tomorrow. the republican front-runner will hold a rally at the clay county events center in spencer tomorrow morning at eleven. doors open at ten. the new quinnipiac university poll shows trump leading the g-o-p field with 27 percent, followed by marco rubio with 17 percent, then ben carson and ted cruz with 16 percent. there's even less doubt now that the federal reserve will raise interest rates later this month. the labor department reports employers added 211,000 jobs in november, leaving the jobless rate unchanged at five percent. construction, government and retail jobs have experienced the most growth, while factories are losing jobs. the growing job market is another sign that steady consumer spending is powering the economy. as a result, the fed will likely raise interest rates during it's mid-december meeting. awesome biker nights has been in sioux city for the past 15 years. and since 2000, historic 4th
to the annual charity motorcycle rally. but, today, the a-b-n board of directors announced the event is moving six blocks to the hard rock/ pearl st. district. event organizers say the move was a hard decision, but will benefit the rally. ktiv's sam curtiss is at today's press conference about today's decision. he'll bring us more on ktiv news 4 at 6. still to come on live at five.... four people are dead after a fire breaks
out near boston. where they were found and how two people were able to be revived. (matt) and.... several injured after a dump truck colides with an ambulance. the full story... after the
people lived in the multi- family dwelling. according to the fire marshal's office, four victims were found on the second floor unit of the building. two women, ages 18 and 60 remain hospitalized with smoke and burn injuries. both were revived at the hospital. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. the cause of a fire in storm lake has been determined. fire fighters say friday's fire at 309 oneida street was caused when overheated electrical wiring ignited insulation in the home's attic. the home's occupants woke up to a burning smell, saw smoke coming from the attic and evacuated the home. no injuries were reported. the damage is estimated at $5,000 dollars. another fire in storm lake was believed to be caused by electrical wiring overheating in the attic. yesterday night storm lake fire departmetn was called to 209 roberts street. officials found smoke coming from the home. everyone was evacuated. no injuries were reported and the damged is estimated at 10-thousand dollars.
dump truck collided with an ambulance. it happened this afternoon in pasadena, texas. as you can see the dump truck toppled, spilling its load of concrete. the ambulance was transporting a patient and went through a light. the dump truck driver saw the ambulance, but could not stop in time to avoid a collision. two ambulance workers and the patient are among the injured. more problems for chipotle. federal officials say the e-coli outbreak linked to the restaurant chain now has 52 cases in nine states. the c-d-c says the most recent sick individual fell ill in mid-november. the outbreak was initially limited to chipotle restaurants in washington state and oregon. those eateries were closed during the initial investigation, but have since re-opened. chipotle and authorities still do not know what specifically caused the e- coli outbreak. 20-people have been hospitalized. chilly, is one of the better words to describe the past few nights. but will tonight follow suit?
the fbi declared the mass shooting in san bernardino, california as an act of terrorism. (robert) if you're just getting home here's a quick look at today's headlines. the announcement was made after investigators discovered that the female suspect vowed allegiance to isis on facebook and discovered a bomb-making lab in the suspect couple's home. south dakota school district is taking action after some suspicious behavior at their high school yesterday. during the lunch hour, two unauthorized individuals entered the school. after being asked to leave, police were contacted and because of the suspicious behavior, authorities pulled the two teenagers over. that's when yankton police found two unloaded weapons in the trunk. and... hillary clinton was in sioux city today, talking to voters about her multi-billion dollar
she spoke to a room of community and labor union members at the carpenters training center. clinton promoted her five-year 275 billion dollar plan. that's a look at your just home headlines. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us with the forecast. a south wind kicked in today and helped conditions warm very nicely across siouxland with most highs in the 30s and 40s allowing the melting process to really get flowing. temperatures over the next couple of day will be similar to today but with a lot more clouds on saturday. from those clouds, a couple light showers may try to form from saturday evening into early saturday night. we'll clear
a timeless tradition... that's the holiday theme at the white house this year. (robert) this afternoon mrs. obama shared the unveiling of this year's holiday decorations at 1600 pennsylvania avenue with military families. mrs. obama called on some of her favorite fashion designers to dress the white house for the holidays. more than 68-thousand tourists are expected to visit the white
jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. it is the struggle that will determine the fate of the free world. the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force. their aim is our total destruction. we can't withdraw from this threat or negotiate with it. we have but one choice: to defeat it. vo: right to rise usa is responsible
anti- claus.... "saint nicolas is not coming. instead a darker spirit. his name is krampus." "he and his helpers did not come to give, but to take." now the family must come together to survive the holidays. "everybody hold on to each other." krampus is rated p-g-13. "welcome to chi-raq, land of pain misery and strife." spike lee's new movie "chi-raq" is a modern re- telling of the greek play "lysistrata." after gun violence takes the life of a young child, a group of women try to get their men to stop the gang war. "you just try taking away their guns" and they do it in an unusual way. "repeat after me, i will deny all rights of access or entrance." "that's right, you gets none.. say what?" chi-raq is rated-r.
as star wars fever spreads across the country in anticipation of the new movie " the force awakens," walt disney world unveiled a new star wars experience. the "star wars launch bay" is filled with movie props and art from the series. the popular star tours ride also has new elements from the "force awakens" movie. fans of the movie will also be able to have more character experiences with darth vader, chewbacca and stormtroopers on patrol in the area. the new experience is now open so that movie fans can instantly step into a galaxy far, far away. (matt) coldplay will headline super bowl 50's half-time show. the british rock band has a string of best selling albums and is known for hits such as clocks and viva la vida. their new album "a head full of dreams" is due out today. we'll be right back after
one south dakota school is investigating how two men entered the building without authorization. (matt) ktiv's tommie clark spoke with both police and the school district about the incident. hear what they have to say.. tonight on news 4 at six. (robert) plus... presidential candidate hillary clinton stopped in sioux city today. after her speech she sat down with our very own matt breen to talk about terrorism and gun rights. (matt) a tiger and a goat have become unlikely friends at
a zoo in russia's far eastern region, astounding visitors and employees by wandering together around the park during the day and sharing a shack at night. (robert) the safari park is trying to breed endangered amur tigers in captivity, a program that requires feeding the animals live prey twice a week. but one of the goats that zoo employees recently delivered to amur the tiger as potential dinner turned out to be a brave one. the tiger apparently decided that the animal deserved to be a friend, instead of a meal,