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list of things i want to do. my only agenda is to be a good judge." once there, scalia became one of its most outspoken conservatives, an author of fiery dissents ... ... and a steadfast opponent affirmative action in hiring and school admissions ... ... and of abortion rights. the landmark case of roe v wade, he said, was wrongly decided, declaring rights that the founding fathers never intended: ((sot)) "abortion, homosexual conduct, what -- nobody ever thought that they had been included in the rights contained in the bill of rights." scalia said judges should be bound by the words of laws they interpret, not the ideas behind them: ((sot)) "we're not governed by the drafter's intent. we're governed by laws. and what the law is, is not what the drafter intended but what the drafter enacted." though generally unsympathetic to criminal suspects ... ... he led the court in expanding the rights of defendants to confront their accusers in court ... ...and limiting a judge's power to use evidence in sentencing unless it was proved during a trial. (nats gunshots) and he wrote the ruling that said the second amendment guarantees an individual's right to own a firearm, the court's most important gun case ever. scalia was an advocate for conservative causes off the bench, too, helping to establish the federalist society, which encouraged the appointment of
"mr. justice scalia and his wife, maureen." he met his future wife, maureen, on a blind date when both were in college. they had nine children -- five boys and four girls. two became lawyers, following their father in a profession he clearly relished: ((sot)) "i like thinking about the law. i like figuring out the right answer to legal problems. and it's sort of the top of the heap for a lawyer who has those interests." and in the process, he became one of the most influential justices in the court's history. pete williams, nbc news, at the supreme court.
in the palmetto state s/ donald trump / (r) presidential candidate "jeb is so wrong. jeb is absolutely so... just so you understand. you know who that is? that's jeb's special interest and lobbyists talking." s/ jeb bush / (r) presidential candidate 9:27:22 bush, putin will not be an ally of the united states s/ jeb bush / (r) presidential candidate "i'm sick and tired of him going after my family. while trump was building a tv show, my brother built a security apparatus. s/ donald trump / (r) presidential candidate 9:34:30 trump world trade center came down on his watch many analysts say marco rubio needed a bounce back performance after stumbling in the new hampshire debate. but the florida senator disappeared from the discussion for long stretches until finally clashing with ted cruz over immigration. s/ sen. marco rubio / (r) presidential candidate 10:07:00 rubio he lied about ben carson in iowa he lied about marriage people see the truth. ted cruz supported legalizing people "that is false..." the first in the south primary, a week away a chance for the frontrunners to solidify their positions or those trailing behind to grab some much needed momentum. chris pollone, nbc news, new
there's just four weeks left until the woodbury county democratic convention. and convention committees form to plan the final details. the arrangements and platform committees met earlier today to put the final pieces together. the platform committee decided today what planks they want to push through to the district convention. the woodbury county democratic chair says even though it's an election year, this convention won't be any different. "it's just a parliamentary procedure that we need to go through in order to push the delegates on to the district and then on to state and then on to nationals," said penny rosfjord, woodbury county democrats chair. the convention will be held on march 12 at sioux city west high school. winter weather advisories are in effect for lincoln, lyon, osceola, dickinson, emmet, sioux, o'brien, clay, palo alto, cherokee, buena vista, pocahontas, sac, & calhoun
sunday afternoon after quite the frigid morning temperatures did not climb very much for our saturday afternoon. temperatures will be staying quite steady and really not dropping off this evening due to the cloud cover building in. the clouds are associated with our next weather maker that will come in the form of an upper level low pressure center. this will give us light snow this evening into the overnight hours. the snow will move in from nw to se and will be heavier off to the ne parts of siouxland. that is why the winter weather advisory is in effect. snow totals look to range from less than an inch for western parts of the viewing area, to one to two inches for central towns including sioux city, and 2-5" for the northern and eastern towns. winds will also pick up which will cause some patchy whiteout conditions along with blowing and drifting snow. this system will move out sunday morning leaving behind mostly cloudy skies. your 7-day forecast is coming up in 10 minutes authorities say an apartment fire that forced residents to temporarily evacuate....wa matches. the fire came from an apartment on the fourth floor of castle on the hill apaprtments according to sioux city fire rescue that's in the 600-block of 13th street of sioux city. an infant was sent to the hospital as a precautionary
out into the frigid temperatures just around 10:30 this morning. "the fire alarms went off and usually we don't pay attention to it because it's usually a lot of false alarms. but this morning the alarms went outside my apartment to check and see and there was smoke everywhere and there was water coming from the ceiling so i knew there must have been a fire upstairs," said sherri duet, castle apartment resident. all residents have been allowed back into the building. officials said the case is being ruled an accident and that no criminal charges will be filed. the sioux city art center celebrates youth art month with their 27th annual youth art exhibition. the art center received more than 400 art entries from 21 siouxland high schools. a selection commity chose just 61 pieces to be displayed in the annual exhibit. the winners will be honored on sunday from 1:30 to 3 at the art center. the youth art exhibit will remain open now until april 10. the sioux city mayor's youth commission is now accepting applications for its young ambassadors program.
students grades 4th through 7th. the student must be enrolled in a sioux city public or parochial school, or home schooled in sioux city. student nominations should include a letter of recommendati on. along with the nominations, the students name, address, phone number, and school should be included. all applications should be submitted by april 1st. you can find information on where to send the applications on our website ktiv-dot-com. do you plan or installing or using a car or booster seat? the cdc estimates 59- percent of car seats nationally are misued. doing your homework could keep your kid further from harms way. ktiv's sam curtiss has more for us tonight. "we always want to look a the owners manual and owners manual of the seat to see that we're doing it correctly," said gerry bennett, with sioux city fire rescue. but what if you bought that car seat second-hand? "we really would like people to know
because car seats do expire. and if they've been in a wreck....authorities say they're most likely no longer safe. "it's been proven that in an auto crash children can very easily get thrown around, injured or possibly even killed if not seated into a car seat correctly," said bennett. for no fee, sioux city fire rescue checked them saturday. going over proper installation and looking for seats that could have been recalled....off ering peace of mind. "it's involving my child's life and i just feel much safer driving around just knowing that my car seat is good to go," said mother. the cdc estimates 46- percent of car and booster seats nationally are misued...reducing effectiveness. "i was not aware of the, up above the head, where you can adjust it to if they're getting taller to adjust the head for them to have more room," said roder. tools like safer car dot gov can check recalls and complaints. and the cdc has recommendations of how it should be placed in a car. "we always ask them do they feel comfortable to take the car seat in and out themselves and that's the goal," said bennett. in sioux city, sam curtiss, ktiv news four. sioux city fire and rescue has a crew that will sioux city fire rescue has a
winter weather advisories are in effect for lincoln, lyon, osceola, dickinson, emmet, sioux, o'brien, clay, palo alto, cherokee, buena vista, pocahontas, sac, & calhoun counties this evening through sunday afternoon after quite the frigid morning temperatures did not climb very much for our saturday afternoon.
quite steady and really not dropping off this evening due to the cloud cover building in. the clouds are associated with our next weather maker that will come in the form of an upper level low pressure center. this will give us light snow this evening into the overnight hours. the snow will move in from nw to se and will be heavier off to the ne parts of siouxland. that is why the winter weather advisory is in effect. snow totals look to range from less than an inch for western parts of the viewing area, to one to two inches for central towns including sioux city, and 2-5" for the northern and eastern towns. winds will also pick up which will cause some patchy whiteout conditions along with blowing and drifting snow. this system will move out sunday morning leaving behind mostly cloudy skies. another system is expected to skirt through monday night giving the region a second chance for a mix/snow, with light accumulations possible. we will begin a warming trend as we move towards the end of next week with temperatures almost cracking the fifty degree mark come friday >> still to come for us on a
philanthropic efforts to life tonight. the student council organized a "pink out" night during a basketball boy-girl doubleheader. area businesses pitched in to sponsor a silent auction. specially made t-shirts were sold. a lot of the crowd is garnished in the rosey color. funds raised are going to susan g. komen for the cure. planning took a month but students were satisfied with the event they were able to organize. "oh god it was a lot of work but, to see the final result, i'm so proud of our council and all the work we put into it," said valerie diaz, a west high student council member. the event raised $1,500. mark's in now with sports - a busy day on the hardwood. (mark) iowa state, nebraska and south dakota all with later tips than usual today. we've got a hoops frenzy coming your way - plus briar cliff men's and women's highlights. plus, siouxland wrestlers punch their
one. tonight's matchup with texas, not just important in the big 12 standings. the cyclones have lost 3 of their last 4. i-s-u, returrning home to face the longhorns, and also returning one of its star players from suspension. jameel mckay is back after sitting out the last two games. texas coming into this one at 7-and-4 in the big 12 - not playing scared - shaq cleare on the tip-back. later in the first half - iowa state up 6 - mckay finds monte morris - acrobatic layup and the foul - morris tied a career high with 24 points. then georges niang just before the half - niang also had 24 points - but iowa state, only up by 2 points at the half. never fear, because mckay made
run-out - iowa state needed a win - iowa state gets a win, 85-to-75. andrew white the 3rd and the nebraska men, hosting penn state. time winding down in the first half - huskers down 2 - glynn watson junior - money - nebraska up 1 at the half. second half was all about andrew white - connects on the three - huskers, without shavon shields after that nasty fall last weekend. didn't matter - white was 11 of 17, a career-high 35 points - huskers win 70-54. the south dakota men, lost to s-d-s-u earlier in the season - round 2 up in brookings today. just like the last time they met the coyotes started off hot as tre norris hits the three - norris led usd with 19. then later its kasey casperbauer with the step back jumper... swish... south dakota would get lead up to as many as 10 but george marshall seems to calm the
long three... jacks down 4 - mike daum had a big game last time he played the yotes... and he played well again. bucket and 1 - daum had 24 - jackrabbits ran away with it from there. s-d-s-u completes the sweep of usd, 85-68. other division 1 scores - northern iowa upsets wichita state on the road, 53-50. we showed you those highlights at 6. creighton tops marquette on the road, 65-62 - the rematch in a few weeks in omaha. the briar cliff men have already clinched at least a share of the gpac title, with a 15-and-2 record in conference play. the chargers could take the title outright with a road win over hastings briar cliff comes in, winners of 20 of its last 21 games. hastings takes an early 2-point lead on a basket by carson blum - the broncos shot over 48 percent. briar cliff gets on the board later - the chargers have a basket by shane graves - graves scored 17. the cliff keeps it going - austin lefler on the steal -
way the other way for 2 of his 13 points. later it's bryan forbes for three - forbes, 5 of 8 from three, 19 points - b- c-u clinches the gpac title, 89-77. the briar cliff women, ranked 10th, also visiting hastings - the broncos are 11th. 3rd quarter - b-c-u's morgan hansen takes the pass and hits down the jumper - chargers out front 53-36 - hansen scored 11 points. briar cliff continues to push - the kick out to mckenzie shipley - shipley had 14 - 5 chargers scored in double figures. hastings continues to fight, though abby jackson's jumper makes it just a 9 point game. but briar cliff survives on the road, shooting almost 55 percent for the game - chargers beat hastings, 82-70. the field for the iowa state dual team wrestling tournament is already set in all classes. but there was still work to be
taking place all over iowa to fill out the field for the individual state tournament, which starts on thursday. we start in sibley, iowa for class 1a district action - these are all finals. drew woodall, from mmc-ru, picks up a district title at 113 pounds - with a 12-nothing major decision. westwood's kody berg comes from behind to beat hinton's skylar richter for the 120 pound district title. up to 138 - west sioux's kory van oort with a first-period pinfall - he is off to the state tournament. and sibley-ocheyedan's dylan schuck picks up two more pinfalls - schuck is now 46-and-1 on the season - and a district champion. "it's a great feeling again, being here with your home crowd," said schuck. "nothing better than having the atmosphere in here. it's great, and hope we can get some more." and the generals would get more, indeed - garrett sayler with a pin at 160 pounds for the district title. at 170, another champ - trent kruger beats okoboji's noah
district champs. but the generals' run of champions ends at 182 - in a battle of ranked guys, hinton's daniel bishop, number 1 in the state, beats sibley-ocheyedan's hunter dejong, 11- nothing. "dejong's a good wrestler," said bishop. "if i'm able to wrestle him like i did right there, it shows me and everyone else, everyone i'm going to wrestle, that i'm going to be the real deal." let's go to sheldon for class 2a district action. sergeant bluff-luton sends 5 guys to state - among them, brayden curry, a district champ at 126. boyden-hull/rock valley's austin rozeboom turns his man over for a fall - he was your champion at 132 - heads to state with just one loss. up to 138 - connor ascherl from moc- floyd valley finished 2nd, but is going to des moines. spirit lake park gets 4 state berths - john tuttle finished 2nd at 145 pounds. and cherokee's tyler zeimen picks
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