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the u-s lost contact with them. u-s officials say the incident happened in the middle of the persian gulf. officials say the situatioiostemmed from some type of mechanical trouble with one of the boats. we've recieved from the iranian, both that our sailers are safe and that they are being afforded the proper courtesy that you would expect. we've also, most importantly recieved assurances that they will be allowed to continue their journy promptly. watch for continuing coverage on the nbc nightly news. the president of turkey condeming a suicide attack today near the famous blue mosque in istanbul. an explosion in the tourist area killed 10 people and injured more than a dozen. isis is suspected to be behind the deadly attack. new details on the student who brought a gun to north middle school in sioux city yesterday morning. ktiv's tiffany lane spoke with sioux city police this
tiffany? sheila, sioux city police confirm the student is a 12 year-old male sixth grader at the school. he@has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon on school property. according to lieutenant pat mccann, the student showed his friend the handgun and that friend notified his or her own parents who then notified the school. sioux city school superintendent dr. paul gausman said tuesday afternoon the school was notified before school began and the student wawa arched when he arrived on school property before b bng apprehended. he said an automated phone call was sent to parents of students at north middle arnd 6 p.m. where we have most opportunity to connect with the parents of students who attended that school. we wanted that message to get to those parents." dr. gausman says the school district has a lot of actions they need to take and there are a number of steps the school district must go through with the student. gausman said the school does not believe the student brought the
students or staff, but that the situation is still being taken very seriously. coming up on news 4 at 6, law enforcement talks about its relationship with the school district to keep and keeping schools safe. authorities in sac county, iowa have now released the name of a man killed in a fire last week. broke out overnight on friday between the commununies of breda and auburn. when fire crews arrived on they found the house had already burned to the ground. the sheriff says 48-year- old daniel robert mielk died because of the fire. foul play isn't suspected. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. investigators now know the cause of a fire that damaged sneaky's restaurant in sioux city yesterday morning. improperly discarded smoking materials started the fire in an attached storage unit outside the restaurant on gordon drive. officials now estimate the restaurant will be closed for several weeks for cleaning and repairs. sneaky's icontinuing operations from a different location. it sure was cool today, but is a
future? chief meteorlogist ron demers joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. there was sun today but there sure wasn't warmth as temperatures were a good 20 degrees below average for most of us. but as quickly as we cooled down, we'rere going to warm right back up. clouds will move in tonight which could give us a few flurries. but with those clouds, temperatures won't fall much and then a warm front moves in sending temperatures into the already tomorrow.
iowa lawmakers will tackle a 7-billion dollar budget this legislative session. while that may sound like a lot of money, administration officials claim the budget will be "tight" with less revenue coming in that expected. governor terry branstad laid out his priorities to lawmakers, this morning, in des moines. ktiv's matt breen has a recap.
those students. he pledged to help community colleges, private colleges, unions and employers to help close the skills gap. the governor's speech offered few new programs, but he focused on pledges to do more with programs already in place, like stem and homebase iowa. we'll h hr from ththgovernor, and get reretion from lawmamars, tonight on "news 4 at 6." sheila? >> today the governor of south dakota also laid out his agenda for the year with his state of the state speech. dennis daugaard says lawmakers should pass a half-cent tax increase to improve south dakota's teacher pay. he says doing this would make teacher's pay more competative with neighboring states. the sales tax increase would raise more than 100-million dollars. some of that would be put toward helping raise the state's average teacher salary to 48- thousand, 500 dollars per year. nebraska gov. pete ricketts says
on wednesday when he visits omaha. he will send the lt. governor in his place. rickets says he has a scheduling conflict. the governor plans to give his state of the state on thursday. you can watch for coverage of that right here e ktiv. u can see the president's last state of the union address tonight on ktiv. and, he's making it clear the speech will be non traditional. steve handelsman is on capitol hill with a preview.
and obamacare... are helping the whole nation sot: matt lauer and president obama (no super) :42-:49 and part of what i wanna do-- in this last address is to remind people, "you know what? we got a lotta good things goin' for us. 14 but after the isis-inspired attack in san bernardino on the cop in philadelphia after paris, americans are afraid say republicans. sot: house speaker paul ryan (r-wisconsin ) :57-1:01 the world is on fire, that foreign policy is getting away from us, that they are less safe near michelle obama tonight will be an emptytyhair a symbol of children killed by gun violence sot: sen. john mccain n - arizona ) 1:08-1:12 "i'd like to see another empty chair for the 250 thousand syrians that have been slaughtered" because, john mccain says, mr obama ll not intervene. but, in this political year ... with republican candidates charging america is in crisis president obama is readying a speech with the opposite message (insert ends) (two second pause) audio outcue: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. >> siouxland kids with behavioral disasalities may be getting a new way to cope.
public meeting today in o'brien county and joins us with more tonight. tommie? sheila, at the meeting today the county the county discussed the possibility of a therapeutic camp for kids. they're seeking a more than half-a- million-dollar grant to purchase property in sutherland, iowa for the facility. the camp would include a rock climbing wall, lake activities and an intenenve skill development t program for kids in need. and now, o'brien county supervisors are deciding if they want the camp in their county. supervisors say they understand the need for the facility, but they don't want the financial obligation to be placed on them. "we've heard loud and clear from our communities. we've heard loud and clear from our families and our kiddos that they want to have this happen so regardless if it doesn't happen here, which of course we would be dissapointed and sad, it will be happening we will continue to move forward with it because it's the right thing totoo for our children, it's the right thing to do for the families who are caring for our kids," said seasons center for behavioral health executive director, kim scorza. at 6, hear what the o'brien county board of
fund the camp. sheila? thanks tommie. straight ahead on live at 5: a tragedy in ohio, after a father makes a deadly mistake after his son skips school. and.... 40
cars involved in a massive pile up in indiana. the full story... next. what's america's best-selling brand of trucks? you're in for a big surprise, pal. actually, you're not. it's ford f-series, again. and, it wasn't even close.
teenage son after mistaking him for an intruder. authorities say the father walked his son to the school bus stop. the 14-year-old decided that he didn't want to go to school so he returned home. the teen was in the basement of the house when his father heard a noise and grab his handgun. when he opened the basement t or his son was standing behind it, startling his father. the gun when off hitting the teen. the incident is still under investigation. a minnesota man with three previous d-w-i
again... but in an unlikely vehicle. late friday night, concerned customers at a bloomington gas station called police after they saw 31-year old robert james stertz, driving a front-end loader as a snow plow... with a child sitting ononis lap. they told police stertz appeared to be drunk. authorities caught up to stertz and said there was a strong odor of alcohol. a 5-year old girl was with him. at least 40 vehicles were involved in a massive pile-up on a snowy indiana interstate this morning. a driver captured the aftermath of the accident on his cell phone.. you can see dozens of tractor trailers and multiple vehicles wrecked along the highway. the crash stretched for about three miles. authorities say there were multiple injuries and entrapments. it was a cold one! but there may be a warm up in our future. ron's full forecast is coming up after the
are being g ld by iran. (sheila) if you're just getting home here's a quick look at today's headlines. u.s. officials are being told the crew and vessels will be returned safety and soon. a pentagon spokesman told the associated press the boats were moving between kuwait and bahrain when the u-s lost contact with them. sioux city police confirm the student who brought a gun to north middle school is a 12 year-old boy at the school. the 6th grader has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon on school property. dr. paul gausman says the school district has a lot of actions they need to take and steps to see what will happen to the student. and... an optimistic governor terry branstad addressed lawmakers at the state capitol in des moines, this morning. he focused on school funding and water quality. watch for continuing coverage with ktiv's matt
that's a look at your just home headlines. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us with the forecast. there was sun today but there sure wasn't warmth as temperatures were a good 20 degrees below average for most of us. but as quickly as we cooled down, we're going to warm right back up. clouds will move in tonight which could give us a few flurries. but with those clouds, temperatures won't fall much and then a warm front moves in sending temperatures into the 2020and 30s for siouxland
thursday will rise even more with highs in the 30s and 40s across the region. then cooling takes over yet again with highs dipping into the 20s by friday with temperatures dipping back below zero again by saturday night with highs on sunday not getting out of the single digits for most of us. friday is the only chance of precipitation with some flurries
tomorrow night's powerball jackpot has grown again. it's now estimated at 1-point-5 billion dollars because of strong ticket sales. the record- breaking powerball jackpot could (and probably will) grow yet more before wednesday's drawing if ticket sales continue to exceed expectations. looking to lose some weight in 2016? snacking your way to better health!
to think of. joining us today with tips is fareway foods registered dietician whitney packebush. happy new year! whitney: same to you! sheila: and, the big thing is snacking? whitney: yes, today we are going to talk all about snaking because people have made those resolutions to lose weight or to be healthier. and, a lot of them get hung up on snacking. should they snack. or, not snack and what should they choose? it's the number one e estion i get in emails is about snacking. i'm a big fannf snacking on. not all of the can usesehe same eating plan. i am definately a three meal, two snack kind of girl. some, are 6 meals. it's important to plan your snacks like you would your meals. so, alot of time people get in trouble because they don't plan their snacks and then they get hungry and head to the vending machine. sheila: then they eat everything they can get ahold of. whitney: yes, the chips and candy to satifsy their hunger and cravings. you need to plan your
every day. so, it's something you don't have to bebe overcreative for and whatever fits in with your lifesytle. let's start with liquid calories. a lot of people hit the vending and they start drinking. but, it's a lot of empty calories. you don't get a lot of nutricial value with the drinks. so, all the calories go right to your waistline. so, look for things that are low calorie or calorie free. but, always of course trying to drink more water. all of us could always use more water so try and get more water in your day helps you make you full. sheila: how much water? whitney: i would say at least 8 glasses a day. but, i usually drink double that. i drink a lot of water during the day. but, most people could afford to drink more. so, when you're planning your snacks to eat throughout the
least 2 foot groups. because then you get a nice balance of a protein and carb. the protein will keep you full and the carbohydrates will give you energy. and, try to have fiber to try and keep you full. but, it's not rocket science. just try and have those two food groups to try and balance things out. so, when i plan a snack i try to do an apple and a string cheeses two foododroups. then, i get the protein and the carbs and the fiber as well.sheila: you have some examples here. whitney: yes, i have tradition ants on a log, some luncheon meat, try to have a fruit and a vegetable. that way you can try and get your 5 to 9 servings a day. sheila: and, here's some packs of tuna. whitney: yes, and i find things that you traditionally do for breakfast work really well for snacks too. these oatmeal packages are not just breakfast anymore. they can go with with you very easily nowdays. sheila: great tips, thank you so much whitney, and make sure you drink the water too. if you wowod like more information ababt today's centsable health go to our
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bringing a gun to north middle school in sioux city. tonight, here how school officials and local authorities work together to try and keep students safe. and, education funding takes center state during iowa governor's state of the state speech. a full report t om ktiv's matt breen in des moines tonight at 6. and, while we're all dreaming of winning a billion dollar powerball, the
legal steps you should take if you get your hands on a lot of cash. a local law expert gives us some free advice! furry felines create a flurry of fun, as opposites attract. a siberian tiger cub and an african lion cub are being raised as sisters at six flags great adventure in central new jersey. . e two typically would never meet in the wild- hailing from different continents, and opposing climates. both were delivered to first-time mothers who failed to care for them, so