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dozens of parishes in the area, many aren't thrilled with the idea. reaction from some church-goers who may have to attend mass at a different church next year. and later, 10 dollars will get you inside one of the most famous bedrooms. how you can spend the night in the famous bedroom van gogh's painted... as life imitates art. but first, here's ben.
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system that might bring a light mix to the area wednesday night. things look dry after that with temperatures returning to the 50s and 60s this weekend. see graphics. wx timer @ :40 >> an ohio pastor was shot dead inside his church during a service sunday morning. william schooler had just walked back to the pulpit inside zion baptist church when the shooter got out of a pew and followed him. witnesses say they heard a couple of shots fired while the choir was singing, and became chaos when everyone took off more than 20 people were inside the church at the time. the shooter is believed to be schooler's brother, and dayton police are investigating a possible motive. hundreds of people gathered sunday to honor a northern virginia police officer shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute saturday night. people lit candles and held a moment of silence to remember officer ashley guindon
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officer guindon was working her first field shift - after she was sworn in friday- when she was shot and killed. two other officers were injured. active sergeant ronald hamilton is accused of killing officer ashley guindon. three officers were critically wounded. hamilton is expected to appear in court today, charged with multiple counts of murder and malicious wounding. community leaders held a church service sunday for the victims in thursday's deadly shooting spree in kansas. civic and religious leaders along with members of the community gathered to light candles and pray. three people were killed and 14 others injured when cedric ford opened fire inside excel industries in hesston. city leaders say the city has adopted the slogan "hesston strong." family and friends remembered the life of a kalamazoo shooting spree victim yesterday. a memorial service was held sunday for 60-year- old mary joe nye in battle creek, michigan. nye was one of the six people killed last saturday after a man went on a deadly
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rampage in kalamazoo. a retired teacher-- nye had taught at a school that served at-risk students. during her funeral sunday, former students shared memories of her commitment to teaching inside and outside the classroom. an american student detained in pyongyang since january was presented to media by north korean authorities today. north korean claimed the university of virginia undergraduate had been detained for -quote- "perpetrating a hostile act against north korea at the tacit connivance of the u-s government and under its manipulation". while addressing the media and members of pyongyang's diplomatic community, 21-year-old warmbier acknowledge d and apologized for the alleged crime, which involved the theft of a political slogan from a staff-only section of the hotel where he had been staying. authorities arrested a man they say got into a scuffle with a minnesota police officer. he then stole multiple vehicles from northwest iowa as he made his way to
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popplewell is being held in the franklin county jail in kansas. one of pope francis' top advisers acknowledge d on sunday that the catholic church made "enormous mistakes" in failing to prevent thousands of children from being abused by priests.
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george pell testified to an investigative commission in his native australia via video link from a rome hotel. in the front row of the conference room were two dozen australian abuse survivors who had traveled across the globe to be on hand for pell's testimony - a significant demonstration of accountability in the church's long-running abuse saga. on thursday, the diocese of sioux city annouced a detailed plan to consolidate, and close, dozens of its parishes in the summer of 20-17. the diocese remains hopeful it will be a smooth transition. they strive to provide priests to those parishes for as long as they can. yet church-goers across northwest iowa still may have to come to grips with the closure. ktiv's michelle schoening has more.
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pretty lively. it's going very well right now, " said fr. david hemann. but the problem resides with a projection of not enough priests to cover all parishes. and while parishioners at ellendale understand it's only a draft plan, it doesn't sit well. "due to the closings that we went through locally in the past couple years, it doesn't lead a lot of comfort to that. but i do know that we have a voice and an opportunity to speak that," said alise allan, parishioner. so for now the members at ellendale will continue to fill the pews, and pray for their parish. in merrill, iowa, michelle schoening, ktiv news 4. >> father david said he sees ellendale becoming an eventual oratory. meaning it won't hit oratory status father david said he sees ellendale becoming an eventual oratory. meaning it won't hit oratory
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immediatly in july of 2017, but rather gradually. he said because it's a lively parish, he would like to supply a retired priest as long as possible. there was a lot of song and dance in sioux city this weekend. the 16th annual bishop heelan show choir classic attracted groups from across the midwest on saturday. this year's theme was "sail away." these young performers put in a lot of work to make it all come together on stage. "we have a theme to each song, and every song is different and we have different emotions, different dance moves, different groves to the song so that we can show people what we are trying to talk to them about," said georgia androy, show choir performer. ktiv's brad paustch and ron demers were the m-cs for the event. a beer spa in oregon recently
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doors. coming up next, how they're brewing a bath to get rid of ben: and i'll have your
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> > in the small oregon town of sisters, america's first "beer spa" has opened its doors. so what in the world is a beer spa? wanda moore explains.
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"you're going to soak in a proprietary blend of beer, hops, barley." it's more than just soaking in beer.... a bath in brew... is good for you! (sally champa/owner , hop in the spa) "it's great for insomnia, relaxation." pain and aches? just hop in the spa (mike boyle/hop in the spa) "i used it and my pains went away and i slept great." it all started after mike boyle got into a car accident (mike boyle/hop in the spa) "car rolled three or four times." he went to sally champa for a message and when he experienced a beer spa in europe...he knew the industry was hop-ping. (mike boyle/hop in the spa)"one day we talked about this and it just happened that i said: 'let's hop into the spa business." and boyle doesn't even like beer (mike boyle/hop in the spa) "i didn't drink beer until three months ago." after only a week in business... (sally champa/owner , hop in the spa) "the phone is ringing off the hook." they're already expanding. (mike boyle/hop in the spa)"hop in the garden which will be our beer garden and then hop in cup which will be a new coffee that has hops in it." for those hoping to get tipsy off the tub ...we have to be brew-tally honest "you will not get drunk soaking in beer." but the owners insist...it will make you hop-timisitc (mike boyle/hop in the spa) "hoptimism is that every day you wake you-you know there's going to be great beer available." in that case...central oregon will always see the glass and tub half full. >>
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coming up next on news 4 today... it's not your average hotel room. how you can spend a night in one
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>> it's one of the most famous bedrooms in the history of art, a series of three works by the dutch painter van gogh, depicting the bedroom in his house in the south of france. the paintings are on display right now at the art institute but if seeing simply isn't enough, kevin tibbles tell us that, if you want, you can also spend the night. nats... chicago art lovers have been time'... ever since vincent van gogh came to town... short mos? awesome? cool? the renowned and troubled dutch artist painted three unique versions of his bedroom in the 1880's... perhaps in an attempt to find some inner peace... gloria groom/curato r: they represent an incredibly important time in his life /
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/ visitors to the on-line booking site... 'air-bnb' ...started noticing that some guy named vincent... has been renting his bedroom out...for cheap! "i'm charging ten dollars for no other reason than that i need to buy paint" the ad says. katie rahn art ins marketing everyone fantasizes about what it would be like to step into a painting..and now you really have that opportunity... well... not only can you step into... you can actually sleep in it! it took about a month for two painters and two carpenters to meticulously recreate van gogh's bedroom in a chicago condo.... even using the large, thick strokes of the master himself... the 2020 bed's a little bigggg .... than the 1888 version... and the brush and pitcher of water are glued down... but otherwise... 'welcome to vince's place'! whoa whoa..this is so cool! one of the first lucky guests ... is chicago photographer kyle buckland... i'm in a painting! (lying on bed) cut to bite the weirdest will be waking up in the middle of the night and i'll hop out of bed...and aid.. hey waitt second? where exactly am i right now?? the art institute says the response to its post impressionist slumber party, which ends in may, has been overwhelming ... kt: would you be able to leave with your ears intact?? jennifer: i would hope so..(laughs) i hope i wouldn't be chopping any appendages off! three rare van gogh paintings in one place... an art connoisseur's dream... to sleep in his bed?.. sweet dreams
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>> after record breaking could d e snow tonight. ben's in next totoell us how much of the white stuff we could get. and a kitten abandoned in california was taken in by an animal shelter. how his cute facial features have taken him from stray to
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stranger, a cute kitten has a new lease on life. patrick nelson shows us the furry little kitten with a look made for hollywood, or at least youtube.
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dumped in a donation bin, it's a situation that could have killed her. (beth caffrey, the cat house on the kings) "the problem with that is that you actually have to be caught red handed, and a lot of times it's really hard to prosecute." but sally ann was saved. she was found by a salvation army worker who called a cathouse on the kings location at the petco on blackstone and ashlan. now she's getting plenty of t-l-c. (beth caffrey, the cat house on the kings) "tomorrow she is going to get spayed so that she can get everything done so that she be re-homed." sally ann's rescue is happening g the right time. animal rescues are over-run with unwanted kittens and pups at this time of year. (beth caffrey, the cat house on the kings) "its the beginning of the flood, especially for cats. cats and kittens will start having litters, they already are." cat house on the kings asks valley residents to spay or neuter stray animals that might wander on to their property. and it appears it is going to be a happy ending for sally ann. (beth caffrey, the cat house on the kings) "she's going to be a beauty the rest of her life, especially given the right kind of care and that face is
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it's . more news and weather for you on news-4 today after the break. first though.. here's a look at
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good morning and welcome back to news 4 today. on the show this morning... one day left of campaigning before voters in 13 states make decisions about which candidate for president they'll support.
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gop frontrunner donald trump is fending off attacks from mar rubio and ted cruz. while democrat hillary clinton moves on from her big weekend win in south carolina, bernie sanders says he's not out of the contest yet. we'll have the latest from washington. also, siouxlanders speak out about the privatization of medicaid in iowa. we'll hear what they had to say about the hot button issues in the state. and a new place for veterans and their families to get together. we'll heck out the new american n legigi post that just opened in sioux city. but first ben....
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dry after that with temperatures returning to the 50s and 60s this weekend. see graphics. >> we're now less than 24 hours away from super tuesday -- 12 states whose votes could alter the course of the presidential campaign. tracie potts is in washington with a preview of how things are shaping up.
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every super tuesday state except texas. his opponents are hitting hard: (sot: marco rubio/ (r) presidential candidate :15- :18) "friends d dnot let friends vote for con jobs." (so donald trump/ (r) presidential :24) "i'm a con man? that was such an don't call somebody of achievement. you don't do that." ted cruz is leading his home trump for not condemning support from the former head of the ku klux klan. (sot: ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate :32- :41) "we should all be united in saying that the clan is reprehensible and has no place in politics." super tuesday's looking good for hillary clinton. coming off her huge win in south carolina: ("nbc meet the press") super burned in (sot: bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate :47- :49) "well, we got decimated. that's what happened." bernie sanders "feeling the burn"... of the south's african american voters: (sot: bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate :54- :57) "i'm gonna need your help to win the democratic nomination." clinton's leading nearly 2-to-1 in key states... focused on trump: (sot: hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate 1:02-1:11) "i don't think in a campaign you make wild promises, you insult everybody and then people wonder "well what does that person
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could fininherself on defese - e rest of her emails are due to be released today. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. >> orange city residents will head to the polls tomorrow to decide if their local fire department will be expanding. built in 1973, the current station houses the trucks and geaf, but they're running out of room. the orange city fire chief says the expansion is all about the safety of the firefighters. polls are open from 7 a-m to 8 p-m at the living waters church. some iowa lawmakers are trying to make gun suppressors legal. the house passed a bill in hopes of legalizing suppressors. they're also commonly know as silencers -- and help reduce the noise level. many who enjoy hunting or shooting as a sport...say some type of protection is definitely needed. "you need to protect yourself, protect your hearing, protect your eyes, everything." but opponents worry about gun violence. at the moment -- the bililis in the senate awaititg debate. if it becomes law, iowa would be the forty second state to
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about two dozen people gathered saturday at a monthly town hall to speak with northwest iowa state representativ es about the current status of the legislature. topics included legalizing medicinal marijuana, the state budget, and the recent decision to privatize medicaid. but, that decision has some siouxlanders concerned. ktiv's michelle schoening explains
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decades, says client managers will now come from the private companies. "so if there's a difference of opinion, the case managers will have iowa will be the 40th state with privatized medicaid. the plananegins on april 1st. . a member of ththfamed seal team six will receive the medal of honor today. senior chief edward byers, jr. was part of a hostage rescue mission operation in afghanistan on december 8, 2012. byers is from grand rapids ohio and has already
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being wounded in combat... and five bronze stars for heroism. defense department officials said byers is the first living seal to receive the medal of honor since the vietnam war. an open house was held this weekend at the new home of sioux city's monahan- nelson american legion post. post 64 is a full family post. that means the american legion riders, post, and women's auxilary will all use the building. the post commander says it s fun to see the older generation help to make the project a possibilty. "the siding on the front of the building, the signs, the sheetrock and the demolation and the taping and the painting, these guys just worked here everyday as ng as they could to get the job done," ed olson, commander post 64. mayor bob scott is hoping young men and women currently serving in the military take advantage of the legion. "they've seen things unfortunetly too manantimes and it's hard sometimes to readjust and the only way they're going to readjust is by talking to people that have been in the same situation," said mayor bob scott.
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additional space will enable them to serve more veterans. a shot in the arm for a group that helps build and adapt homes for injured veterans and their families. project for patriots received a 3-thousand dollar check from the officals of the 59th annual siouxland home show.w.he group helps improve living conditions for many living in siouxland. many exhibitors donated both time and materials, too. hundreds came together in maine over the weekend to celebrate the life of an el faro crew member who died when the ship sank during a hurricane last year. more than 600 people participated in an ice fishing derby in livermore hosted in honor of michael holland. chris costa has the story.
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because it's been the talk of the town." nats - "yeah, we're gonna catch the big one." more than 600 people gathered at round pond in livermore for a day of ice fishing to honor nats - "me and mike loved ice fishing." it's a bittersweet day for everyone -- like mike's friend nick bourassa. s/nick bourassa/frie nd :26-:38 "still doesn't really on his way home, but it's starting to sink in a little bit more that he's not going to be here but it definitely brings back a lot of good memories." friends say just a little debauchery is just how s/ashley marshall/frie nd :47-:52 "he was game for whatever. i can't tell you all the good memories because that's (laughs)." but when they take a look nd :54-1:05 "it definitely shows that a lot of people cared about him, and i think it's pretty cool. i had a flag, it almost brought tears to my eyes, to be
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there are new recommendations when it comes to cervical cancer screenings. we'll tell you what healthbeat 4. complete
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viewing area a quick round of 1-3 inches of snow tonight with the highest of those amounts north of sioux city. besides a few lingering flurries, tomorrow will be dry and much cooler with highs not making it much past 30 degrees. the 40s will make their return on wednesday head of another system that mmght bring a light mix to the area wednesday night. things look dry after that with temperatures returning to the 50s and 60s this weekend.
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a few years ago, the u.s. prevevtative task force put out a new set of recommendations for cervical cancer screening. ktiv's sheila brummer shares insight from one local expert for all women in today's healthbeat 4.
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it's not the end all be all. but, it's a good tool to have in our box so people don't get cancer," said dr. danielle hay, siouxland women's health care. 9:04 obgyn, dr. danielle hay agrees with the new recommendation for cervical s seening every three years. 1:11 "that's kind of a big deal. because up to that pointntomen would say "i ne to get my yearly pa." and, women should wait until the age of 21, even if they are sexually active. 2:21 young women their cervix change and they shed those atypical cells. and, we were finding we did a lot more unnecessary procedures in young women." there are some exceptions. women with a history of atypical cells, abnormal discharge or pain during intercourse, should still get a pap test each year. dr. hay also says the bottom line; follow your own medical providers advice. (shorten up last sot) 5:58 "the thqng to remember they are guidelines.. so they're meant to help physicians look at the newest research that's out.
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just because the guidelines say y women should get a pap smear every three years, they still need an annual check up. that includes both a pelvic and breast exam. straight ahead on news 4 today... subway is s w serving only antibiotic-free meats. and disney land and disney world are changing the prices for tickets. we'll tell you how much it will
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stocks ended a strong week on a flat note as lower oil prices and utility stocks offset encouraging economic news. still, the market ended friday with a second straight weekly gain. the dow fell 57 points to close at 16,639. the nasdaq rose 8 points and the s&p lost more than 3 points. subway gears up to deliver on its commitment to transition to
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with more on that story and other business news, here's ktiv's kaitlyn kinney.... thanks guys. beginning tomorrow, subway will begin selling its new antibiotic- free, rotisserie- style chchken nationwide. it was back in october that subway announced it would begin to transition t/ serving only protein from animals that have never received antibiotics. on april first, chicken strips raised without antibiotics will be available nationwide. subway's goal is to move to antibiotic-free turkey within the next two or three years... and antibiotic-free beef and pork by 2025. disneyland in california and walt disney world in florida now come with dedend-based pricing. the resortwill charge three different pric -- depending on the time of year -- for a single day park ticket. the calendar will be divided into value, regular and peak periods. a value one-day pass at disneyland -- monday through thursday when most schools are in session -- will drop to 95- dollars.
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weekends and summer weeks -- rises to 105 dollars. the price will then shoot up to 112 dollars on peak days. that includes most of december, spring break weeks and july weekends. arby's is offering up the company's first-ever meatless menu... alongside it's regular menu. the vegetariananenu is available today only... and is essentially arby's signature sandwich lineup, minus the meats that make them sandwiches. and whether you're a leap day baby or not... you just might snag yourself a deal on food or travel today. if you're a leap day baby, participating pizza hut locations will give you a free one-topping personal pan pizza with your carry-out. if you're not a leap day baby, but still looking for a deal, participating krispy kreme shops are offering buy one dozen doughnuts, get a dozen o oginal glazed for $2.29. hotels and travel companies are
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ththks, kaitlyn. coming up p ter the break, ben's back with the forecast., plus, we'll run down the top stories from across siouxland. and leo finally gets his oscar. that and more from the awards show on the way in the hollywowo
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> > > here's a look at the news stories making top headlines in siouxland this monday morning. a minnesota man is in custody
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stole a semi from a lawton, iowa farm and drove it all the way to kansas. the trouble started friday when 26-year-old ivie popplewell got into a scuffle with police in worthington, minnesota and fled. authoritieiesay he had stolen a a pizza ranch delivery van in sheldon, iowa earlier that morning. later, police say he took off in a semi he stole from casey willer's farm near lawton. authorities caught up with popplewell nearly 300 miles away in ottawa, k knsas. willer is still waiting get his truck back. iowa's move to privatize medicaid was one of the big topics of discussion at a town hall meeting of state lawmakers this weekend in sioux city. on april first, iowa will turn over management of the program to three private companies. 39 other states have done the same. some have voiced concern that we'll spend more and get fewer services. legislative democrats want to create an oversight committee to address concerns. an opp house was held this weekend at the new home of six legion post.
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that means the american legion riders, post, and women's auxilary will all use the building. mayor bob scott is hoping young men n d women currently serving in the military take advantage of the legion's services. show choirs from across the midwest came to sioux city on saturday. they competed in the 16th annual bishop heelan show choir classic. this year's theme was "sail away." ktiv's brad paustch and ron demers were the m-cs for the event. the oscars tackle diversity... as leonardo dicaprio finally gets a win. love blooms from dancing with the stars... and seventntheaven stars have an impromptu reunion... david daniel has today's hollywood minute.
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oscar loser leonardo dicaprio finally took home a golden statuette. leo won best actor for his role in "the revenant." (nats) brie larson won best actress for "room." the most covetet award of the night... best picture... (nats) and the oscar goes to... spotlight. (cheers) it's a match made in "dancing with the stars" heaven... business man robert herjavec of a-b-c's "shark tank" is engaged to his former dancing with the stars partner, kym johnson. johnson tweeted the news sunday... saying she is "the luckiest girl in the world." the two met on the series in 2015. the camden kids together again! some members of the nineties hit t-v show "7th heaven" reunited over the weekend for jessica el's restaurant opening in los angeles. biel's former on-screen sister, beverly mitchell, posted this pic on instagram with the caption "love ese people like famimi!" also the picture... t-v siblings barry watson and mackenzie
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for hollywood minute.. i'm david daniel. >> coming up in our third half hour.... an abandoned cat has taken the internet by storm. we'll show you why his face has pushed him from stray, to social media star. and the iowa game came down to the wire last night. highlights from valu-city arena in columbus are coming up in the sports fource
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good morning. thanks for joining us on this leap day, monday february 29th coming up in this half hour of news 4 today... police in dayton, ohio say a pastor was shot and killed during a church service yesterday. police believe the suspect in custody is the pastor's brother. and in virginia... a vigil is held foror slain police officer who was killed in the line of duty the day after she was sworn in. an army staff sergeant assigned to the pentagon has been accused in the killing. details just ahead. plus, as the dioceses of sioux city announces a plan to close dozens of parishes in the area, many aren't thrilled with the idea. reaction from some church-goers who may have to attend mass at a different church next year. and later, 10 dollars will get you inside one of the most famous bedrooms. how you can spend the night in the famous bedroom van gogh's painted... as life imitates art.
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> an ohio pastor was shot dead inside his church during a service sunday morning. william schooler had just walked
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baptist church when the shooter got out of a pew and followed him. witsses say they heard a couple of shots fired while the choir was singing, and it quickly became chaos when everyone took off running. more than 20 people were inside the church at the time. the shooter is believed to be schooler's brother, and dayton police are investigating a possible motive. hundreds of people gathered yesterday to honor a northern virginia police officer shot and killed while respondininto a domestic dispute saturday night. people lit candles and held a moment of silence to remember officer ashley guindon in prince william county. officer guindon was working her first field shift - after she was sworn in friday- when she was shot and killed. officer guindon was also a marine corps reservist. active sergeant ronald hamilton is accused of killing officer guindon. two other officers were injured. hamilton is expected to appear in court today, charged with multiple counts of murder and malicious wounding. community leaders held a church service sunday for the victims
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shooting spree in kansas. civic and religious leaders along with members of the community gathered to light candles and pray. three people were killed and 14 others injured when cedric ford opened fire inside excel industries in hesston. city leaders say the city has adopted the slogan "hesston strong." family and friends remembered the life of a kalamazoo shooting spree victim yesterday. a memorial service was held sunday for 60-year- old mary joe nye in battle creek, michigan. nye was one of the six people killed last saturday after a man went on a deadly shooti rampage in kalamazoo. a retired teacher-- nye had taught at a school that served at-risk students. during her funeral sunday, former students shared memories of her commitment to teaching inside and outside the classroom. an american student detained in pyongyang since january was presented to media by north korean authorities today. it's the first time otto warmbier has been seen by foreign media since north korea
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arrest in jaary. noh korean claimed the university of virginia undergraduate had been detained for -quote- "perpetrating a hostile act against north korea." while addressing the media and members of pyongyang's diplomatic mmunity, 21-year-oldldarmbier acknowledge d and apologized for the alleged crime, which volved the theft of a political slogan from a staff-only section of the hotel where he had been staying. authorities arrested a man they say got into a scuffleleith a minnesota police ficer. they say he made his getaway in a stolen pizza delivery van... and a semi he swiped from a siouxland farm. ktiv's sam curtiss has more.
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popplewell is being held in the franklin county jail in kansas. willer's truck was located at a tire center in ottawa, kansas. one of pope francis' top advisers acknowledge d on sunday that t t catholic church maa "enormrms mistakes" in failing to prevent thousands of children from being abused by priests. vatican treasurer cardinal george pell testified to an investigative commission in his native australia via video link from a rome hotel. in the front row of the conference room were two dozen australian abuse survivors whhad traveled across the globe to be on hand for pell's testimony - a significant demonstration of accountability in the church's long-running abuse saga. on thursday, the diocese of sioucity annouced a
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and close, dozens of its parishes in the summer of 20-17. the diocese remains hopeful it will be a smooth transition. they says they strive to p pvide priests to those parishes fofoas long as they can. yet church-goers acrcss northwest iowa still may have to come to grips with the closure. ktiv's michelle schoening has more.
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ellendale will continue to fill the pews, and pray for their parish. in merrill, iowa, michelle schoening, ktiv news 4. >> father david said he sees ellendale becoming an eventual oratory. meaning it won't hit oratory status immediatly in july of 2017, but rather gradually. he said because it's a lively parish, he would like to supply a retired priest as long as possie. there was a lot of song and dance in sioux city this weekend. the 16th annual bishop heelan crusader show choir classic brought in more than one-thousand students from 29 schools on saturday. the competition included high school and middle school show
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these young performers put in a lot of work to make it all come together on stage. and every song is different and we different dance moves, different groves to the song so that we trying to talk to them about," said georgia androy, show choir performer. ktiv's brad paustch and ron demers were the m-cs for the event. a record number of show choirs took part in the competition, which took plala in the heelan high gym and the new fine arts center. a kitten abandoned in california was recently taken in by an animal shelter. how her cute facial features have taken her from stray to social media star. and i'll have your complete
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said cold front, another evening which will give the viewing area a quick round of 1-3 inches of snow those amounts north of sioux city. besides a few lingering flurries, tomorrow will be dry and much cooler with highs not making it much past 30 degrees. the 40s will make their return on wednesday ahead of another system that might bring a light mix to the area wednesday night. things look dry after that with temperatures returning to the 50s and 60s ttis weekend. see grrhics.
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it was left in a donation box, but thanks to a stranger, a cute kitten has a new lease on life. patrick nelson shows us the furry little kitten with a look made for hollywood, or at least youtube.
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the kings) "the problem with that is that you actually have to be caught red handed, and a lot of times it's really rd to prosecute." but sally ann was saved. she was found by a salvation army worker who called a cathouse on the kings location at the petco on blackstone and now she's getting plenty of (beth caffrey, the cat house on the kings) "tomorrow she i i going to get spayed so that s can get everything done so that she be re-homed." sally ann's rescue is happening at the right time. animal rescues are over-run with unwanted kittens and pups at this time of year. (beth caffrey, the cat house on the kings) "its the beginning of the flood, especially for cats. cats and kittens will start having litters, they already are." cat house on the kings asks valley residents to spay or neuter stray animals that mighgh wander to their property. and it appears it is going to be a happy ending for sally ann. (beth caffrey, the cat house on the kings) "she's going to be a beauty the rest of her life, especially given the right kind of care and that face is remarkable, it's unforgettable.
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coming up.. the musketeers try to break a losing skid at home. and the iowa game came down to the wire last night. highlights from valu-city arena in columbus are next, as the hawkeyes looked to break out of a february funk. spring garden chicken salad sandwich. rotisserie-style chicken raised without antibiotics... blended with green onion seasoning and light mayo. topped with mild cheddar cheese and veggies, all on freshly-toasted bread. people aren't just eating them... (inhale) ...they're inhaling them. (exhale)
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>> there was more basketball than usual on sunday - action in the big ten and locally. ktiv's mark freund has more in the sports fource morning wrap.
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second half - hawks down 5 - peter jok - from the corner - hits the triple - iowa back within 2. mike gesell had 16 points for the hawkeyes - 4 minutes to play, he puts the hawkeyes up 6 on the drive. but ohio state unleashes a big run - kam williams bangs home a long two - that gives the buckeyes the lead. williams would make sure that lead holds - no doubt about this one. hawks last chance - gesell drives but is blocked - ohio state closes the game on a 12-2 run for a 68-64 win. games. wayne state was 13-and-9 in conference play in the regular season. trying to chip away in the third.....taylor reiner from three reigns the deficit baba inside 20 to the 4th quarter, wildcats trying to make a push - maggie schulte with a nice crossover - comes up a little gimpy, but still counts on the scoreboard. then kacie o'connor hits 3 of her 12 points....wayne state got within 11.... ...but that's as close as they
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stops the rally an northern state ends wayne state's season, 76-56. the muskieie lost to sioux falls last night - madison visiting the tyson events center today. first period - musketeers with a chance - but it's covered up by ryan edquist - keeping it scoreless. 5 minutes in - muskies center it - cj dodero finishes, corner of the net - sioux city on the board first, up 1- nothing. david fessenden - getting the start in goal today - makes the save here - 23 on the afternoon. after madison tied it at 1, eeli tolvlven pops the water bottle with the one time. sisiux city up -1 after one, but
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the iowa girls state basketball tournament starts later today in des moines. kingsley-pierson, newell- fonda, western christian, okoboji and unity christian all play in quarterfinal matchups at the wells fargo arena. we'll have all the action on news four at 6 and 10. i'm mark freund with the sportsfource morning wrap, have a great day. >> snow is in the forecast again. ben's in after the break with the e tails. and it's not your average hotel room. . how you cacaspend a night in one of the most famous
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give the viewing area a quick round of 1-3 inches of snow tonight with the highest of those amounts north of sioux city. besides a few lingering flurries, tomorrow will be dry and much cooler with highs not making it much past 30 degrees. the 40s will make their return on wednesday ahead of another system that might bring a light mix to the area wednesday night. things look dry after that with temperatures returning to the 50s and 60s this weekend. see graphicc. >> 's one of the most famous
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art, a series of three works by the dutch painter van gogh, depicting the bedroom in his house in the southf france. the paintings are on display right now at the art institute of chicago. but if seeing simply isn't enough, kevin tibbles tell us that, if you want, you can also spend the night.
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site... 'air-bnb' ...started noticing that some guy named vincent... has been renting his bedroom ten dollars for no other r rson than that i need to buy paint" thad says. katie rahn art ins marketing everyone fantasizes about what it would be like to step into a painting..and now you really have that opportunity... well... not only can you step into... you can actually sleep in it! it took about a month for two painters and two carpenters to meticulously recreate van gogh's bedroom in a chicago condo.... even using the large, thick strokes of the master himself... the 2016 bed's a little bigger .... than the 1888 version... and the brush and pitcher of water are glued down... but otherwise... 'welcome to vince's place'! whoa whoa..this is so cool! one of the first lucky guests ... is chicago photographer kyle buckland... i'm in a painting! (lying on bed) cut to bite the weirdest will be waking up p the middle of the night and i'll hop out of bed...and said.. hey wait a second? where exactly am i right now?? the art institute says the response to its post impressionist slumber party, which ends in may, has been
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be able to leave with your ears intact?? jennifer: i would hope so..(laughs) i hope i wouldn't be c cpping any appendagesesff! three rare van gogh paintings in one place... an art connoisseur's dream... to sleep in his bed?.. sweet dreams kt nbc chicago >> it's . time for a break. we're back with our fourth half hour of news 4 today. first though.. here's a look at
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good morning and welcome back to news 4 today. on the show this morning... one day left of campaigning before voters in 12 states make decisions about which candidate for president they'll support. tomorrow is super tuesday. gop frontrunner donald trump is fending off attacks from marco rubio and ted cruz. while democrat hillary clinton moves on from her big weekend win in south carolina, bernie sanders says he's not out of the contest yet. we'll have the latest from washington. also, siouxlanders speak out about the privatization of medicaid in iowa. we'll hear what they had to say about the hot button issues in the state. and a new place fofoveterans and their famimies to get together. we'll he out the new american legion post
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we're now less than 24 hours away from super tuesday -- 12 states whwhe votes could alter the course of the presidential campaign. tracie potts is in washington with a preview of how things are shaping up.
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super tuesday's loooong good for hillary clinton. coming off her huge win in south carolina: ("nbc meet the press") super burned in (sot: bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate :47- :49) "well, we got decimated. that's what happened." bernie sanders "feeling the e burn"... of the south's africaamerican voters: (sot: bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate :54- :57) "i'm gonna need your help to win the democratic nomination." clinton's leading nearly 2-to-1 in key states... cused on trump: (sot: hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate 1:02-1:11) "i don't think in a campaign you make wild promises, you insult everybody and then people wonder "well what does that person really stand for." but clinton could find herself on defense - the rest of her emails are due to be released today. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. >> about two dozen people gathered saturday at a monthly town hall to speak with northwest iowa state representativ es about the current status of the legislature. topics included legalizing medicinal marijuana, the state budget, and the recent decision to privatize medicaid.
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siouxlanders concerned. ktiv's michelle schoening
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said dick owens. in sioux city, michelle schoening ktiv news four. >> iowa will be the 40th state with privatized medicaid. the plan begins on april 1st. a member of the famed seal team six will receive the medal of honor today. senior chief edward byers, jr. was part of a hostage rescue mission operation in afghanistan on december 8, 2012. byers is from grand rapids ohio and has already earned two purple hearts for being wounded in combat...and five bronze stars for heroism. defense department officials said byers is the first living seal to receive the medal of honororince the vietnam war.r. an open house was held this weekend at the new home of sioux city's monahan- nelson american legion post.
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leeds. that means the american legion riders, post, and women's auxilary will all use the building. the post commander says it was fun to see the older generation help to make the project a possibilty. "the siding on the front of the building, the signs, the sheetrock and e demolation and the taping and the painting, these guys just worked here everyday as long as they could to gethe job done," ed olson, commander post 64. mayor bob scott is hoping young men and women currently serving in the military take advantage of the legion. "they've seen things unfortunetly too many times and it's hard sometimes to readjust and the only way they're going to readjust is by talking to people that have been in the same situation," said mayor bob scott. leaders of post 64 hope the additional space will enable them to serve more veterans. a shot in the arm for a group that helps build and adapt homes for injured veterans and their families. project for patriots received a 3-thousand
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of the 59th annual siouxland home show. the group helps improve living conditions for veterans living in siouxland. many exhibitors donated both time and materials, too. hundreds came together in maine on saturday to celebrate the life of an el faro crew member who died when the ship sank during a hurricane last year. more than 600 people participated in an ice fishing derby in livermore hosted in honor of michael holland. chris costa has the story.
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hong kong is known as one of the cities that never sleeps. but now businesses are offering places to take naps during the day. we'll show you the rooms designed for a little shut eye in what's trending.
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fall from the 40s to the 30s this afternoon behind a cold front moving through this morning. behind said cold front, another diststbance will move in n is evening which will give the viewing area a quick round of 1-3 inches of snow tonight with the highest of those amounts north of sioux city. besides a few lingering flurries, tomorrow will be dry and much cooler with highs not making it much past 30 degrees. the 40s will make their return on wednesday ahead of another system that might bring a light mix toohe area wednesday ight. things ook dry after that with temperatures returning to the 50s and 60s this weekend.
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here's what's trending... nap lounges are popping up in hong kong, a city that never sleeps. hong kong is pricey, cramped and crowded - finding a tranquil space is hard come by, at any hour. businesses offering places for residents to take a nap or rest are trying to change that. one of them is nap lounge, where hong kong professionals can sneak in up to an hour of shut-eye for less than a dollar a ad a half in the middle of a hectic day. satin pillows and soothing scents make it a sleepy home
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still to come this morning... hollywood's biggest night is er. but we've got a complete recap of the awards show
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the party is really on now in hollywood. the 88th annual academy awards are in the books.....with a mix of expected and unexpected winners. jinah kim brings us a wrap up of highlights from hollywowo.
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"spotlight" the center of attention....a surprise oscar winner for best picture. nats "this film gave a voice to survivors and this oscar amplifies thatatoice." best picture favorite "the revenant" still won big....best director honors for alejandro inarritu for the second year in a row... nats of inarritu "i can't believe this is happening." and a first career oscar for leonardo dicaprio as best actor..... nats of dicaprio 'i thank you all for this amazing award tonight. let's not take our planet for granted. i do not take tonight for granted.' best actress went to "room"'s ie larson....comp leting her domination of award season. nats of larson "thank you to the fans, thank you for going to the theater to see our film. i appreciate it." best supporting actress went to first time nominee alicia vikander for "the danish girl". while "bridge of spies" mark rylance pulled an upset for supporting actor....beating out heavy favorite sylvester stallone. nats of rylance "if you ever wondered about acting with tom hanks, would it help, the answer's clearly yes!"
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the most oscars....six overall...all in technical categories. nats of al sharpton "we're not saying who must win." before the show, demonstrators blocks away, protested the academy's lack of diversity the subject was also on host chris rock's mind. nats of rock "i'm here at the academy awards, otherwise known as the white people's choice awards." on a night when the splight wawaon hollywood's best. jinah kim, nbc news, hollywood. >> monday, february 29 al- rapper ja rule is 40 sarah- motivational speaker tony robbins is 56 al- former
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we're back after the break with a final look at the top headlines from across siouxland. plus, a swan stops traffic on a busy street in the czech
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this is how you say it's going to be okay to someone who just lost everything. that, yes, we'll find you somewhere to stay d yes, your childrenenwill have breakfasas every 8 minutes the red cross responds to a disaster and makes this promise. help us keep it. here's a look at the news stories making top headlines in siouxland this monday morning. a minnesota man is in custody after police say he stole a semi from a lawton, iowa farm and drove it all the way to kansas. the trouble started friday when 26-year-old ivie popplewell got into a scuffle
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worthingngn, minnesota and fled. authorities say he had stolen a pizza ranch delivery van in sheldon, iowa earlier that morning. later, police police say he took off in a semi he took from casey willer's farm near lawton. authorities caught up with popplewell nearly 300 miles away in ottawa, kansas. willer is still waiting to get h h truck back. iowa's move to privatize medicaid was one of the big topics of discussion at a town hall meeting of state lawmakers this weekend in sioux city. on april first, iowa will turn over management of the program to three private companies. 39 other states have done the same. some have voiced concern that the state will spend more and get fewer services. legislative democrats want to create an oversight committee to address concerns. an open house was held this weekend at the new home of sioux city's monahan- nelsls american legion post. post 64 on floyd boulevard in leeds is a full family post. that means the american legion riders, post, and women's auxilary will all use the building. mayor bob scott is hoping young men and women currently serving in the military take advantage of the legion.
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coming up on today.. al and natalie are live in los angeles with a full wrap of the oscars -- the big winners, the fashions, the after paies and more. also ahead.. donald trump joins us live on the eve of "super tuesday." a lot to talk to him about -- including marco rubio's new attacks.. and if the billionaire thinks he can lock up the republican nomination, tomorrow. then.. a new trick being used by hackers to access your computer. one of us even fell for it, recently. we'll tell you what to watch for. those stories and more, when we see you, here on today. >> finally this morning, this isn't something you see every day. a swan stopped rush-hour traffic on a bridge in the czech capital friday. the swananat in a car lane of the road and tram bridge in prague and caused a long tail-back
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good morning. king of the world. leonardo dicaprio finally wins an oscar 22 years after his first nomination. >> i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so verer much. >> brie larson nabbing best actress. "spotlight," the surprise winner for best picture. hostis rock takes on the oscars so white controversy. >> i'm here at the academy ards, otherwise known as the white people's choice awards.
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are live in hollywood with all the highlights from the show, the red carpet and, of course, the after parties. klan controversy. why did donald trump refuse to disavow support from the kkk and its former leader david duke in an interview? >> i don't know what you're talking about. >> david duke and the klu klux klan here. >> honestly, i don't k kw david duke. >> the odd exchange that left the billionaire scrambling to explain while his rivals pounced. interview. erin andrews and her convicted stalker expected to teteify at her $75 million civil trial today. we're live at the courthouse. cursed cruise ship? another ill-fated voyage for royal caribbean's anthem of the seas, just weeks after powerful storm. this time, bad weather and a norovirus outbreak forcing it to

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