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to stand out. (sot martin o'malley / (d) presidential candidate 1:08-1:17) "i've put forward a plan to move us to a 100 percent clean electric energy grid by 2050 and create 5 million jobs along the way." who won? voters in iowa have their say in two weeks. brian mooar, nbc news, washington. a new nbc news / wall street journal poll shows clinton is the first choice of 59 percent of democratic primary voters.. while senator sanders gets the support of 34 percent. martin o'malley gets two percent. the republican presidential race continues to heat up as well. new jersey governor chris
today. ktiv's michelle schoening joins us live in the newsroom with more, michelle? robert, this was governor christie's second stop in sioux city as a presidential candidate. and he drew quite the crowd at buffalo alice. despite his low poll numbers, christie is looking to gain momentum heading into the final weeks leading up to caucus night. the govenor discussed mental health, syrian refugees, and how to fight terrorism. christie said he understands how important it i ito put in the effort to talk one-on-one with voters. "you listen and you ask really good questions and your minds are open and then you're going to decide. every pollster and pundent who thinks they have you figured out, just isn't right-- you've suprised a lot of people before," said gov. chris christie, (r) presidential candidate. of course, a lot of supporerts on hand, here's what one said "you listen and you ask really good questions and your minds are open and then you're going to decide. evry pollster and pundent who thinks they have you figured out, just isn't right-- you've suprised a lot of people before," said gov. chris christie, (r) presidential candidate. of course, a lot of supporerts on hand, here's what one said about why he's the right choice for iowans. "how he is common, you can talk to him. he is just so tough and knows what he has to do and get the job done,"
christie supporter. robert, govenor christie's campaign heads to council bluffs on monday before returning to new hampshire. republican presidential candidate donald trump was booed during his speech at an event in south carolina. trump spoke at the south carolina tea party convention in myrtle beach. he joined other candidates at the event - including former arkansas governor mike huckabee and texas senator ted cruz. trump was criticizing cruz for failing to reveal his bank loans when he was booed by the crowd. republican presidential hopeful jeb bush appeared on "meet the press" this morning, talking mainly about the status of his campaign and, on trump's campaign. "there's a lot of anxiety. people are so angry th washington and frustrated with their own lives. i saw-- a survey that 63 percent of people can't afford a car repair of 500 bucks. and more than half of americans have less than $1,000 in savings. and the big guy comes in and-- and offers the moon and the stars, and-- people are-- are latched onto that. but the reality is that he's not
windchill advisories/warning s in effect for siouxland from this evening until 9 am monday morning we ararnot out of the woods just yet as w w close out our weekend across ssouxland in a bitterly cold fashion. temperatures are struggling to make it above zero all across the area with frigid wind chills expected through the rest of the afternoon into the overnight hours. the only savior this evening will be the clouds, that will aid in keeping temperatures just a bit warmer. wind chill values will still be anywhere from 20 to 40 degrees below zero. winds will begin to subside as we move
after a mild start with el nino... winter is now blasting the midwest with extremely cold weather. people out and about in chicago kept moving and covered their faces in the subzero chill. great bear ski resort in south dakota was forced to close in dececber due to unseasonably wararweather. nonothe resort has been shut down because of temperatures a a low as negative 20- degrees. temperatures dropped to 36-degrees below zero in fosston, minnesota. a 98-year-old woman living at a senior home in minnesota died after wandering outside in the freezing cold in the middle of the night. officials at meadows lake senior living center in rochester say a nurse realized lillian pederson was not in her apartment. that's when staff members began their search and found her in the parking lot... and she was barefoot.
say pederson died on the way to the hospital. we're learning more about a house fire that took place in the 3300 block of morgan st. in sioux city last night. the blaze began shortly after 6 p.m. one witness tells ktiv that there was so much smoke, that the blue pick-up truck next door wasn't visible. here's video of the how the house looks today authorities ey returned to the home this morning to put out spot fires and classified the house as severely damaged. investigators won't be at the home until tuesday. no word just yet on what caused the fire. sioux city detective jeremy mcclure said no people were inside the home during the fire, but there were three dogs were. mcclure says all the dogs are safe and sound. stay with news 4 for the very latest. preparing for your act or applying for colleges can be a stressful time. but, there's a newer business in town that hopes to limit that stress.
your act or sat tests. the company also offers tutoting for grades 6 through 12. the owner says the sooner a student begins to prerpare...the better. "our data shows the earlier you start the better they preform. by sophomore year or tenth grade they are done with the acts; which gives parents and students a lot of free time to focus on ap exams, college credit courses," said manoj patil, founder and owner of new horizon tutoring the courses meet on average one hour a week and there's a staff of 22 tutors. one mother with two daughters in new horizon says the program does more than just i irove test scores. "i don't think my oldest daughter, even though she was always a good student, i don't even think she knew what she was capable of until she went through the process and really pushed herself to her limits," said kathleen saltzemn, mother. for more on new horizon, just head to our website...ktiv.com
dream to people around the world." organizers say they had to modify the march...so everyone could be saa -- and not outside. it was sponsored by the dubuque branch of the naacp. coming up..... iowa and hasn't been 5- and-0 in the big ten since 1997. see if the hawkeyes could get there against michigan.. those highlights are later in
there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my
plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
cold fashion. temperatures are struggling to make it above
zero all across the area with frigid wind chills expected through the rest of the afternoon into the overnight hours. the only savior this evening will be the clouds, that will aid in keeping temperatures just a bit warmer. wind chill values will still be anywhere from 20 to 40 degrees below zero. winds will begin to subside as we move into our monday. sunshine will be with us once again to kick off the work week before clouds move back in monday night out ahead of a weak wave of low pressure. yes, that does mean more snow across siouxland with anywhere from 1-3" of the white stuff throughout the region. the snow will be fluffy and light in nature but it could still cause some travel troubles for both commutes on your tuesday so allow for some extra time. the sun will return for wednesday as we begin to moderate our temperatures back into the 20s out ahead of yet another system that could bring more light snow for thursday. our warming trend will continue through the end of next week with temperatures getting close to freezing come next
alzheimers. that story is coming up next in tonight's healthbeat 4. announcer: 3 republican governors. but which governor won national praise for tough leadership handling nine hurricanes? which governor madadhis state number one in job creation?? which governor lededhe fight to stop obamacace expansion in his state? and which governor laid out a tough plan to destroy isis months before the paris attacks?
disease process we want to get the best treatment plan for you. :33 some of the warning signs include short-time memory loss, getting lost in place and time and forgetting how to do faliar tasks. "it might be you can bake a cake but forget how to turn the oven on. might be
how to forget how to play a favorite card game. plus, language skills could be affected as well trying to find that right word." the alzheimer association is holding a dozen classes through-out siouxland for people to "know the 10 signs". they start on january 20th in sioux city and last for about a month. if you would like to get more information or register call (800) 272- 3900. we also have a link on our website ktiv.com for you to find out more. sheila brummer, healthbeat 4. >> the alzheimer's assocation says the disease can also be haha on caregivers so it's important t reach out to help them as well. mark's in now with sports - iowa with an interesting
iowa put a drubbing on michigan state on thursday, the hawkeyes' second win over the spartans of the season. now firmly entrenched as a threat in the big ten, and on a national stage, the 16th-ranked hawkeyes were hosting michigan. a win and iowa could pull even with indiana atop the conference standings. iowa hasn't been 5-0 in big ten play since the 1996-97 season. first half - adam woodbury - steal - the big man runs the floor - and jams it home - the east grad, electrifying the carver-hawkeye crowd. second half - it's a one-point game - michigan's zac irvin -
the foul - wolverines up two after the three point play. still a 5 popot game with 2 and a half to gogo peter jok - 16 points. jarrod uthoff helps the hawks pull away - 23 points to lead all scorers - iowa pulls away late for the 82-71 win - and 5-0 in the big ten. "the key is to keep coming down and giving your team a chance," said head coach fran mccaffery. "no turnovers. so we missed some, but we moved the ball. i thought our shot selection was really good, and then we hit some key shots." "they're a very good team, shoot the ball really well, you
have to give that team props," said guard anthony clemmons. "it was a hard fought game. but also give our guys credit for coming out ready and fighting back." the hawkeyes are back in action on thursday when they travel to rutgers. creighton making a road trip to depaul - bluejays are 3-and-2 in the big east. final seconds of the first half - james milliken no - but look at maurice watson, junior - throwing it up at the buzzer, and it goes -
17 - creighton up 6 at the half. the second half was all
about isaiah zierden - the sharpshooter - steps in and cans one here. zierden shot 8-of-11 from three - hitting from all parts of the floor - zierden finished with 31 points - creighghn is in 3rd in the big east, they win it 91- 80. it's been over a quarter of a century since the south dakota women won at south dakota state. 1990 was the last time the coyotes won at frost arena - looking to break that streak up in brookings. usd, 3-and-1 in summit league play - s-d-s-u is 4-0. 2nd quarter- madison guebert hits the 3 for the jackrabbits - sdsu would take a seven point halftime lead. they led by as many as 9 in the second half, but in the fourth - nicole seekamp, falling away gives the coyotes a one point lead. just over a minute left - jacks kick it to kerri young - state leads 58-56. after a couple of free throws tie it, seekamp with the ball
left splashes the 3! usd up 61-58 with 13 seconds left. seekamp had 23 points - sdsu's last chance doesnt drop. usd wins at frost arena for the first time in 20 tries - the final, 63-58. women's scores - iowa state falls on the road at texas tech in overtime, 69- 66. morningside has no trouble with dakota state at home, 105-57. madison braun had 16 points to lead the mustangs, who improve to 19-and-1. wild finish to the packers- cardinals nfc divisional game last night. green bay basically converted on two hail mary's to tie the game - the second one, a game-tying pass from aaron rodgers to jeff janis to force overtime. but then arizona found star receiver larry fitzgerald uncovered on the first play of overtime - hitting him for a huge 75 yard gain.
shovel pass two plays later to end the packers' season. "it comes down to a coin flip sometimes, after a long, hard-fought game, back and forth, plays made both ways, bizzarre plays made by both teams, and unfortunately it comes down to that," said quarterback aaron rodgers. "our guys fought right down to the end," said head coach mike mccarthy. "we know these games come down to big plays, points are about making big plays, and arizona made one more big play than we did." the packers have made it past the divisional round just once
there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. self-driving car technology is in the spotlight at the detroit auto show. we'll show you some of those futuristic cars that you could buy as soon as next year. and he's a viral sensation! we'll show you what a 101 year