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about your charges or your bond?...i do not." mothershed's premlininary hearing will be at the law premlininary hearing will be at the law enforcement center-- february 19-th-- at 9:00 a-m. christina court documents released today show that isaiah mothershed has had a history of violent offenses leading up to the shooting of the sioux city police offer-- we'll have those details coming up at six. reporting live in studio-- christi grijava-- abc 9 news tim: a north dakota police officer, shot in the line of duty last night has died. 33-year-old fargo, nd officer jason moszer wasne of several officers to respond to a domestic disturbance call.. that later turned into an active shooter situation. marcus schumacher, who is later identified as the suspect fired numeropus rounds at police who had surrounded the home. schumacher died in the incident. offifier moszer was initially taken n to a local hospital but didnt survive his wound. "officer moszer's condition is that he has a wound that is not survivable. his
goodbye to him. and that's about all i can comment on at this time." local t-v station w-d-a-y reports this would be the first deadly shooting of a police officer in fafao -- since 18- 82. jenna: the charger dome in south sioux city was re-inflated today, after last week's storm caused some structural damage. nearly a foot of snow was dropped on the dome, causing it to tear. the dome is owned by briar cliff university, and is used as a practice space for the college's sports team. for the safety of the student athletes, all activities we're cancelled until it's fixed. an expert was flown in from canada to make the repairs in less than a week. bob jessome, worldwide air structure assistance, says, "the
much room to give, so uh the fabric tore alo the edge, so the dome stayed up, so we were able to get all the lights down and most of the stuff padded up so we could safely deflate the dome." the dome should be completly operational by the weekend. tim: children and parentgathered today for the official grand- opening of the launch pad childrens museum in downtown sioux city. " chililen at launchchd" this projectctas been in n e making for 12 years. the museum is an educational and interactive experience, where children can get their creative juices flowing. exhibits feature elements of the world around us, with themes of water, wind, and building. the executive director is excited to have the museum finally open to the community. launchpad executive rector bob fitch says, "it's just a fantastic feelg to be able to open thisto the greater siouxlxld area, uh it's'sust gonna be a tremendous asset r the kids and for familys and grandparents. kids are absolutely aregonna love it, they're gonna have a ton of fun and uh they're gonna arn something along the way."
opportunities, such as exhibits and programs, for children 6 months to 10 years old. jenna: this morning sioux city elementary students lined up for a chance to take part in the finer things in life "symphony sound " fourth grade students packed into the orpheum to enjoy a sympmpny concert. this is an annual project between the sioux city symphony and the sioux city community school district to expose youger kids to orchestra music tim: hillary clinton and bernie sanders will face off tonight in milwaukee. this after sanders beat clinton in the new hampshire primary. both are trying to gain momentum into the next big contests. joe johns reports. " " bernie sanders raising over six mimiion dollars in e 24 hours after polls closededn new hampshir (nats: cheers) gaining momentum before tonight's crucial pbs democratic presidential debate
"bernie, bernie, bernie" descending on new york city in a victory lap celebrating his sweeping win in tuesday's new hampshire primary bringing his anti establishment message to the late show with stephen colbert... (sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "our campaign finance system, our election system and our economy is essentially owned and controlled by a relatively small number of people whose greed in my view is really wreaking havoc with the middle class in thisisountry." and to day time talker, the e ew... (sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "this country is supsed to be a nation of fairness and we're not seeing that irness." meanwhile hillary clinton laying comparatively low after her crushing defeat. no longer the undisputed democratic front runner -- tonight's critical debate - could help get her campaign back on track. the former secretary of state already making changes -- promising a more aggressive edge. the challenge for sanders going forward will be capturing the african american vote -- a key piece of the democratic electorate in the pivotal south carolina primary later this month. courting the african american vote -- sanders took his campaign to harlem tuesday meeting with civil rights leader al sharpton. jenna: tuesday meetetg with civil rights leader al shshpton. jenna: the state
release soso of hillary clclton's emails this weekend.officials offered to release the emails after a federal judge criticized them tuesday for delaying the release. the emails are from the private server clinton used when she was secretary of state. critics claim the private server put national secrets at risk. the state department was supposed to release all of the emails last month but it asked for an extension. under the new plan-- it would release 550 emails on saturday out of the aproximately 3 hundred that remain. tim: house republicans have retained a prominent washington law firm to advise speaker paul ryan on potentially suing the obama administration over its effort to close guantanamo bay and move detainees to the u-s. house g-o-p
spend up to 1 dollars on attorneys at the jones day law firm in the event obama moves forward. republicans repeatedly argue any action by the administration to prisoners speaker ryan reportrts today. president is closing guantanamo detainees to against the law. a spokesman for house minoty leader nancy pelosi reacted to the move. he told c-n-n the house republican leadership continues to hire expensive washington lawyers to achieve the outcomes they cannot get through the legislative process. he said -- quote -- "it's a stunning abuse of t tpayer nds with zero ersight." jenna: the u-house has passed a bill in response to the drinking water crisis in flint, michigan. the bill directs the e-p-a to notify state officials within 24 hours when water contamination is detected at a certain level.
the public within 24 hours after that, the e-p-a must do it. co-sponsor of the bill congressman fred upton said he wishes the bill wasn't necessary. he says quote, "the system let the people of flint down at every leve and that's unacceptable." that's unacceptable." tim: a senate committee held a hearing on the zika virus this morning the director of the centers for disease control and prevention and the director of the national institute of allergy and fectious diseases are both set to testify. senators will also be discussing emergency 1- dollar funding request to fast- but one republican leader says the c-d-c and the n-i-h don't need additional money, since there's a surplus against t ola. jenna: the air. shelelng out less money on airline days. the transportation partment says domestic airfares have dropped to a six-year low. airline ticket prices fell by more than six- percent in the
the average price is now about 372- dollars. expansion of low-cost airlines and plunging jet fuel costs are big drivers of the change. tim: morgan stanley has agreed to pay 3-point-2 billion dollars for its rolelen the subprime mortgage hououng crisis. . that crisis led d the 2008 recession. the deal includes a federal penalty of 2-point-6 billion and a settlement of 550 million- dollars for the state of new york. the results are the work of a coalition of state and federal prosecutors known as the r- m-b-s working group. president obama established the coalition in 2009 to bring wall street to task for causing the housing market meltdown. jenna: yard-decorating is usually something you do for christmas or haown. but a family in virginia goes all out with its yard on valentine's day. as nakkell lliams reports, the neighbors love it. " " with a name like stephanie loving...how could spreading love especially for valentine's day not be her mission? (stephanie loving,
valentine's day): "the second day after christmas l start decorating for valentine's. it's the day i look forward to the most." loving's glen allen yard is filled four- foot hearts...flashing...wi th sweet valentine's wishes and it all started when she was a little kid. (stephanie loving, decorated yard for valentine's day)y) "when i was a a ttle kid, you know when we useseto make the brown paper bags anandecorate them and stick them undnd the chalkboard everybody uld put their valentine's inside of there. i just always loved and was so excited to get that brown paper bag to see what was inside it." people can't resist stopping by for a little smooch in the kissing booth... (stephanie loving, decorated yard for valentine's day): "a lot people will leave coins in the kissing booth. there is like a little shelf. there were four coins there. one was a quarter and one was a nickel. then one day i came home and one of my nickels was missing. i said somebody took my nickel instead of leaving me a nickel for their kiss." stephanie says it's a labor of love for all to enjoy whether they leave a nickel or not. (steanie loving, derated yard for valentine's day): "i absolutely love e . every year i try to put something new out there for people to enjoy." tim:
to spend your valentines day, we have the perfect way to do it. this sunday february 14th, valentine's day, the pete gode memorial als benefit concert will be taking place from 2-8pm. the concert is presented by the hard rock hotel and casino sioux city, and will be taking plae liveint the anthem. the concert will feature 4 of siouxland's best local bands. tickets are a suggested price of ten dollars a person and to attend you must be 21 or older. jenna: still to come... we'll take a look some foods you should avoid and some you can idulge in when youre a diababic. fred: (fred) evening snow will result in generally light accumulations, then it's going to be cold the next couple of days. and, there is another chance of snow over the weekend. i'll be back with details after the break! " "
siouxland. road conditions are becoming partially snow covered. here's a time lapse of the port neal welding company skycam hd from the ho chunk centre in sioux city. 20 is the high and 17 is the low. the ground is snow covered in storm lake on the ycam hd. in sioux city, we have 20degrees. temperatures are in the teens and 20s. wind chills are in the single digits and teens. winds are southeast at 5-10 miles per hour. visibility is lowered where we have falling snow. the jet stream shows that we will be stuck in our cold pattern for another couple of days, but by late saturday, we will see the jet flattening out a bit. we call this "zonal flow," and it will result in a warmup in siouxland. the stormcast hd shows snowowhis evening, t tn another chance o snow saturday and early sunday as a wa front moves in. 0.5" to 1.0" of snow will b@ seen tonight, then the next round of snow will bseen saturday into sunday, when we could see 1-3" across the northeast. tonight, look for light snow this evening, tapering off after midnight. the low will be 13. tomorrow, the high will only be 18 degrees under partly cloudy skies. the 7-day forecast shows that next round of snow over the weekend, then
list of diabetic super foods that are both healthy and delicious " " in the fruit category.... the superfoods are berries.. blueberries, strawberries, blackberries.. they are all deliciously sweet and good for you. loaded with anti-oxidants, fiber and vitamins. and the villains? they include melons and pineapple -they have a high glycemic index.. skip the regular potato.. and go for the sweet potato.. like a little cinnamon on your sweet potato? some studies have shown that cinnamon can also reduce your glycemic index.. so sprinkle away. dark leafy greens e superfoods: spach, kale, brussel sprouts all contain a micronutrient that can help reduce inflammation and strengthen nerves damaged by diabetic neuropathy. evenhough tomatoes are a fruit, they are rich in vitamins c and e and iron. .. and they can help reduce the risk heart disease - a a common and serious problem for people with diabetes. rounding out the perfood buffet tatae.... fish ricin omega - 3 fattacids.. like salmon and tuna can reduce inflammation and your risk of heart attack or stroke. whole grains like oatmeal and barley can help youj body use glucose and secrete insulin properly. beans are good too.. they are high in fiber and a good source of magnesium and potassium. just be sure if they are canned- to drain and rinse them to get rid of the excess sodium. holly firfer reporting. after the break...
have all the right information to keep your kids safe. amy scarmon, from safe kids woodbury county, and john jorgensen from ouxland paramedics join me today. fire station 4, 3109 dearborn blvd, sioux city february 13, 2016 10:00 am until 1:00 pm free sioux city fire rescue facebook, 279-6377 amy scarmon, safe kids woodbury county john jorgensen, siouxland paramedics this event will provide free education on and installation of child passenger seats. there will
cpr classes for the public. this event is a collaboration between sioux city fire rescue, siouxland paramedics, mercy medical center and safe kids woodbury county. fire station 4, 3109 dearborn blvd, sioux city february 13, 2016 10:00 am until 1:00 pm free sioux city fire rescue facebook, 279-6377 amy scarmon, safe kids woodbury county john jorgensen, siouxland paramedics this event will provide free education on and installation of child passenger seats. there will also be free hands only cpr classes for the public.
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what he said is coming, if he wins south carolina. just as his feud with jeb bush takes a new turn tonight. hillary clinton set to face off with bernie sanders, as they now battle for the south. get ready for the deep freeze. the arctic blast across more than 20 states. the dangerous commute already. it will feel well below zo across much of this country. tonight, the fbi ordering armed protesters to surrender. >> i'm a free man, i will die a free man. >> the standoff taking a dramatic turn, and we're there. the deadly gas explosion and now the charges tonight. two people killed, three buildings leveled. and prosecutors this evening arguing, it was all because of greed. and we have breaking news involving bill cosby's wife. and gas prices dropping to 99 crepts a gallon. is your town next? good evening. and it's great to have you with