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siouxland, so we're going to get right to it. for more we bring in ktiv meterologist tj springer. tj what's the very latest? blizzard warnings for northeast siouxland in effect through monday afternoon after our mild stretch of weather, winter returned in a big way to close out the weekend! a strong upper level disturbance dips its way out of canada and move through our region tonight. this system continues to progress through siouxland as head into the overnight hours. not much accumulation is expected with totals ranging from less than an inch to two inches for the ne towns. the blizzard warnings is mainly due to the strong nw winds that will accompany this system. winds could gust up to 55 mph throughout the day.. that is also why wind advisories are in effect for central siouxland, including sioux city for gusts up to 50 mph. blowing snow, and whiteout conditions will be possible through tonight. as this storm moves east out of the region, winds will subside but colder temperatures will be left behind with highs barely making it into the mid 20s come monday. temperatures throughout the week will be in the 20s through the next 7-days, but will climb close to freezing next weekend. also, stay tuned to ktiv.com and alert 4 for the latest school closings. robert? an early morning shooting in sioux city injured one police officer. sioux city police were investigating reports of robberies and burglaries in town. during the course of the investigation, officers located several individuals in the 2900 block of park aveune on sioux city's northside. ktiv's michelle schoening was on scene and has late details. police haven't released much information in relation to the shooting or their investigation.
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police officer was shot in the leg, but there are muliple parts to this developing story. in the early morning hours on sunday, the sioux city police dept. was called to the 29- hundred block of park avenue. police were actively investigating multiple reports of robberies at the valley park apartment complex. "while officers conducted their investigation, isaiah mothershe shot and wounded a sioux city police officer," said lt. pat mccann, sioux city police department. "eyewitnesses tell us they heard three gun shots from inside apartment 13. that's when more officers went in to help," said michelle schoening, siouxlands news channel. mothershed also shot and wounded himself "isaish mothershed was subsequently arreted and is currently in custody," said lt. pat mccann, sioux city police. the department will continue to release further information as it becomes available. police tell me the 13 year- veteran officer was treated and released from the hospital regarding the suspect, isiah mothershed, you may have heard the name before. that's because this isn't his first run-in with the law. less than six months ago mothershed was arrested for kidnapping and assualting two people over a drug debt. mothershed was charged with two felony counts of kidnapping in the 1st degree and two felony counts of willful injury. he has yet to be arraigned. if you do have any information about these string of robberies you're asked to call contact crime stoppers. that number is 712-258-8477. in sioux city, michelle schoening ktiv news four. this is the third sioux city
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in as many years years. back in april of 2013, officer kevin mccormick suffered a gun shot wound to the face. detective mccormick pulled over jamal dean for a seatbelt violation when he was shot. in october of 2014, officer jill ohm was responding to a possible suicidal subject. as she approached the apartment complex she was shot in the chin. both officers made a full recovery and remain on the police force. a westfield, iowa man has pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a young girl. 63-year-old dennis kroll entered the plea earlier this week.
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commited multiple sex acts with a girl under the age of 12. the incidents took place from july 2009 through july 2012. kroll was arrested last may when a guidance counselor from a local school reported that a child under the age of 12 had been abused by kroll. blizzard warnings for northeast siouxland in effect through monday afternoon wind advisories in effect for central monday afternoon after our mild stretch of weather, winter returned in a weekend! a strong upper level disturbance dips its way out of canada and move through our region tonight. this system continues to progress through siouxland as head into the overnight hours. not much accumulation is expected with totals ranging from less than an inch to two inches for the ne towns. the blizzard warnings is mainly due to the strong nw winds that will accompany this system. winds could gust up to 55 mph throughout the day.. that is also why wind advisories are in effect for central siouxland, including sioux city for gusts up to 50 mph. blowing snow, and whiteout conditions will be possible through tonight. as this storm moves east out of the region, winds will subside but colder temperatures will be left behind with highs barely making
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temperatures throughout the week will be in the 20s through the next 7-days, but will climb close to freezing next weekend. also, stay tuned to ktiv.com and alert 4 for the latest school closings. one day after a powerful earthquake, rescuers were still searching for people trapped in collapsed buildings in taiwan. there were some dramatic rescues in the city of tainan. but as of this morning, taiwan officials say 18 people are dead and 132 more are still inside a destroyed apartment block. the quake injured more than 500 people. the pentagon already had confirmed it, but north koreans learned that their government had launched a satellite into orbit from an announcement on government t-v. the newsreader said north korean leader kim jong un ordered the launch. critics say the launch of the long-range rocket is meant to test banned technology for a
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u-s mainland. following ted cruz's win in the iowa caucus, northwest iowa congressman steve king shares his thoughts on cruz's chances in tuesday's new hampshire primary. the granite state has an open primary as opposed to iowa's caucus where you need to be registered as a democrat or republican. king, who has endorsed cruz for president, says the difference in new hampshire will be that the democrats are going to vote as democrats rather than picking up republican ballots. "that means that the republican votes in new hampshire will be more conservative on average than we have seen them in primaries." king says the iowa's caucuses hampshire. on "meet the press" this morning, democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton talked about whether the iraq war decision should still iraq war led to groups like isis. you know, i was involved in the biggest counter-terrorism decision in the obama administration to determine whether or not to go after bin laden. i did put the iran to get them to the negotiating table i think that this is a debate that the voters really have to pay
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choosing both a president and a commander in chief. sen. bernie sanders also appeared on meet the press this morning, commenting on clinton's foreign policy experience. "there's no question that hillary clinton has a great deal of experience regarding foreign policy. she was our secretary of state for four years. that gives her a lot of experience. but it is not just experience that matters. it is judgment and i think that we have the judgment, in terms of what we should do with isis right now, that we should learn the lesson of the iraq war, which i vigorously opposed, which means that we cannot, chuck, do it alone. (:32) in new hampshire today, marco rubio is playing defense. the florida senator...who
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good shot at a high profile second place finish to donald trump, in tuesday's primary, had a rough debate last night. steve handelsman is in new hampshire tonight and has the latest
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today. (super already on screen ------------------abc news - :24-:27) he'd vowed last night to make deals with democrats (sot donald trump / (r) presidential candidate :28-:34) "you have to get people in, grab em, hug em, kiss em and get the deal done but its got to be the deal that you want is that the trump way? i asked him (sot donald trump (r) presidential candidate no super here ) "and you have to get people in a room. you have to work it - and you have to get deals made. (sot steve question) q: conservatives say - uh oh - he'd deal with democrats. (sot donald trump :xx-:xx) "they don't say that at all - conservatives love me." donald trump and marco rubio.... spinning. (sot steve handelsman / nbc news / (stand up bridge) :55-1:01) "but what the candidates said last night about what they said or what they said about what the other candidates said -- doesn't matter nearly as much as what voters are saying today, in this beautiful state of new hampshire." at the lobster tail, in windham, two republicans: john cassell, on rubio (sot john cassell / nh republican too shrot to super) "as to where he was going - he seemed a little ill prepared." jackie mcneil on trump making deals with democrats (sot jackie mcneil / nh republican 1:12- 1:19) "i'm a little concerned about it - but i also understand that we must be cooperative." republicans ted cruz and jeb bush have a shot at strong finish john kasich too has rising polls here. (insert ends) (two second pause) audio outcue: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, mancheshampshire. >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton, left for flint, michigan... leaving bernie
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his huge lead in democratic polling. coming up on news 4 at 10 super bowl 50 ended under an hour ago. who came out as the newest n-f-l champions?
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colder temperatures will be left behind with highs barely making it into the mid 20s come monday. temperatures throughout the week will be in the 20s through the next 7-days, but will climb close to freezing next weekend. >> the sioux city police department is helping the city clear the streets. but, if you don't comply, your wallet will be a little lighter the police department started issuing tow the sioux city police department
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city clear the streets. but, if you don't comply, your wallet will be a little lighter the police department started issuing tow warning stickers and parking tickets last week on snowbound vehicles. starting tomorrow, if the cars haven't been moved. sioux city police says they'll be fced to tow. still to come for us on a sunday night more than 100,000 americans are diagnosed with colon cancer every year we've got details on early detection in
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february is colon cancer awareness month and the american cancer society says each year 112,000 people are disease. and, as ktiv's sheila brummer shows us in tonight's healthbeat 4 early detection is key to
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high risk for the disease. 1:41 "it's surprising how many patients we see that don't think it's important. and on the other hand, how many do we see that if they had been screened earlier, they would have had a better outcome. cathleen saw the best outcome possible. quick recovery and cancer free. 3:14 "no lymph node involvement, didn't spread to other organs. testing of the tumor showed no chemo needed. dr. volz says thankfully cathleen paid attention to her symptoms. signs and symptoms of colon cancer can include a change in your bowel habits, including diarrhea, constipation or a change in the consistency. rectal bleeding or blood in your stool. persistant cramps, gas or pain. a feeling that your bowel doesn't empty completely. weakness or fatigue. and, unexplained weight loss. however, many people have no symptoms in the early stages of the disease. cathleen is 48-years-old and she says if she waited until she turned 50
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new data suggest a fair number of colorectal patients are diagnosed at a younger age. a study from researches at the university of michigan found about 15-percent were younger then 50-years old. those patients tended to have more aggressive tumors. but, they also live slightly longer than older patients and remain cancer free. mark's in now with sports - of course, today was the day of the big game - super bowl 50. (mark) brandon wegher and the panthers going for their first-ever championship. peyton manning trying to win his second super bowl.
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plus, the iowa men move to
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super bowl 50 was sure to be a historic affair. the denver broncos and the carolina panthers, squaring off in santa clara. former bishop heelan, iowa and morningside running back brandon wegher was inactive for carolina. but, he was still on the sidelines as the panthers went for their first super bowl ring. cam newton looking for a ring - broncos quarterback peyton manning, playing perhaps his final game in the nfl. first quarter - broncos up 3 - about to make it 10 - von miller strips cam newton - it ends in a touchdown for denver - that would be a theme of this game. but in the second, things get interesting - carolina - punching it in with jonathan stewart - panthers had over 100 yards rushing, but it was split among four guys. the bronco defense was fantastic - sacking cam newton 7 times -
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three fumbles - c-j anderson scores late in the 4th quarter - peyton manning threw for just 141 yards - but wins his second super bowl ring - denver, your super bowl 50 champions, 24-to-10. the 5th-ranked iowa men have played four straight sunday games. the hawkeyes have won the previous three - over michigan, purdue and northwestern - heading into today's matchup with illinois. iowa has won four of the last five meetings with the illini. with a win, iowa takes sole possession of first place in the big ten. illinois' got the top scorer in the big ten - malcolm hill - averaging almost 19 points per game - hill just 14 today - but sinks the three. but it was all iowa after the first few minutes - mike gesell knocks down the j - gesell had 8. then nicholas baer hits a three - iowa out front, 21-to-12. jarrod uthoff - third leading
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rebound and putback to put iowa up 10. then another look inside to end the half - uthoff scored 18 - iowa starting to pull away. four hawkeyes in double figures - led by peter jok's 23 - iowa - moves to 10- and-1 in the big ten, 77-65. the south dakota women - co-leaders in the summit - on the road at omaha. the coyotes start hot. abigail fogg is crystal clear under the hoop with the turnaround jumper. u-s-d by ten early. uno's sara echelberry goes outside for a deep two on the other end - mavericks still trail 17-7 though. omaha made a run in this one - but it wasn't enough. coyotes star nicole seekamp buries the baseline shot - the aussie scored 14. that tied for the team lead - abigail fogg also had 14 - scoring inside as usd wins again, 70-to-55. other women's scores - 17th- ranked michigan state beats iowa at
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the hawkeyes slip to 5-and-6 in the big ten. the nebraska women fall to indiana, 59-to-47. the huskers fall to 7-5 in confernece play. northern iowa beats wichita
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schools across america received a failing grade when it comes to financial education. coming up monday morning, how schools can help students prepare for the future. and a woman who survived the boston marathon bombings is getting ready to run another race. what she's overcome to
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tune in at 5:00! more than two-thousand people in germany fell just short of breaking the world record for the number of people dressed as smurfs. the blue-hued crowd gathered near germany's border with switzerland today. there were two- thousand-149 of them. that's 361 short of the record set in wales in 2009. despite that, the crowd looked like they enjoyed
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it's super bowl weekend, and we're with coldplay, just before their half team blow out. >> where will they be watching it from? >> we look back at the game's biggest musical moments ever. and we reunite stars with the best super bowl commercials of all time.
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