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>> crazy how the mind workgood afternoon i'm sarah te slaa. al is on assignment. snow is on the minds of many of us today. a winter storm is headed our way and it could pack quite a punch. many cities and towns are issuing no travel advisories.... including sioux city. they are also reminding people to move their cars from the streets to make way for plows to get through. ktiv's ben dorenbach is in the weather center with a first check on our forecast, ben. > weather ad-lib blizzard warnings in effect for most of the area tonight through early wednesday morning winter weather advisory for
county from noon today until today (caucus day in iowa) the calm before the storm. it'll be pretty uneventful with a mix of clouds and sun, highs in the 30s and calm winds. snow and strong winds will move south to north across nebraska and iowa tonight mainly after midnight and continue throughout the day tuesday and move out late tuesday night. there is the off chance that a few snow showers sneak into the viewing area late this evening, so for you caucus-goers, the start of it should be snow-free at 7 pm, but after it gets done (depending on where you caucus), some might have some light snow, so it wouldn't be a bad idea to have your vehicle packed and prepared for winter weather just in case. most of the area including sioux city should expect anywhere from 8 to 12 inches with less north and west and possibly more in some areas south and east along with sustained winds of 30 miles per hour and gusts upwards of 40 on tuesday. avoid travel if you can because whiteout conditions are expected! the rest of the week looks quiet with highs in the 20s and 30s. see graphics. >> we are now hours away from the iowa caucuses. candidates are making their last pitches to voters. tracie potts is following it all from des moines, where most of the candidates will watch the results come in tonight.
expectations: (sot: sen. marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate) "we're the underdog but we feel good about it." he calls ted cruz iowa's frontrunner, but donald trump is leading the polls. trump tells the today show... he's not claiming a win just yet: (sot: - on the phone, donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "everybody's a threat, matt. i think everybody in the race is a threat. you never know what's gonna happen. its politics." at this point, it's all about the ground game. keeping volunteers energized -- natshillary at campaign office "i'm feeling so energized because of you!" hillary clinton brought donuts and coffee this morning: (sot: sec. hillary clinton, (d) presidential candidate) "we've got thousands of volunteers, we knocked on 125k doors this past weekend, there's just so much excitement." dr. ben carson tells me anything over 10 percent is a win for him. he's got people working tonight in all 99 counties. (sot: dr. ben carson, (r) presidential candidate) "they're gonna be saying look, uh, do you guys wanna listen to your heart
think it's going to have an effect." turnout is key. if lots of new voters show up - especially young ones, it could be a good night for bernie sanders. (sot: aaron menick, sanders supporter) "young people are really upset. we're just getting into the political scene, seeing a lot of things, how they're managed - and we don't like it." looking for change - tonight is their chance. together, the republicans alone have made more than 12-hundred stops across iowa. i'm tracie potts in des moines, iowa. >> it's all over, but the voting... and in a few short it's all over, but the voting... and in a few short hours we may know who has the early lead in the race for the presidency. candidates tried to change minds right up to today's finish line. ktiv's matt breen is in downtown des moines at the microsoft media center where results will start rolling in in a few short hours. matt? show front page of des moines
the latest, and last poll, of the iowa caucus process came out this morning. fueled by likely first- time republican caucusgoers, republican donald trump leads texas senator ted cruz 31-24 percent in the quinnipiac university poll. that same poll showed those first timers on the democratic side favor vermont senator bernie sanders over hillary clinton 49 to 46 percent. but, keep in mind that the only poll that counts is the one taken at those 1,681 caucus location, in iowa, tonight. we'll have live reports throughout the day, and night... to bring you the very latest. sarah?
years and it's time for that to change. meanwhile just a few blocks away, democrat hillary clinton spoke to a crowd in the lobby of the convention center. she says the nation needs more infrastructur e jobs to take care of our roads, bridges, rail systems and airports. she also said she wants to make college more affordable so students can graduate without a mountain of debt. tonight's caucuses have made iowa -- and des moines, specifically, the focus of the political world. as jerry gallaghar from our sister station shows us, for those who can't participate in the caucuses, many are traveling to the state to see it unfold
the mitchell's are in iowa on vacation to see the caucuses. there, but it's only one in every four years are going to see something as magical as the presidential "i respect the political process so much and i respect every one of these candidates for doing this because this is hard. mike huckabee -- if he's been to every single county in iowa -- it's tiring. no one does this if they don't believe in something, if they don't believe in what they're saying." jim labriola believes in mike huckabee. comes through." jim played benny on home improvement. he's a comedian -- from new york -- on the road stumping for huckabee. "governor huckabee has a phenomenal sense of humor. he could've been a standup." he calls him the reagan of our era -- and says he'll never forget his time on the campaign trail in iowa. "i admire the people here. i admire that they can't be bought. like new york... " >> and be sure to keep it tuned to ktiv throughout the day for the
our crew will again be joining us live from downtown des moines tonight as things get going down there. a favorite sioux city restaurant is back open for business. sneaky's chicken reopened for business at 11 this morning. the resturant has been closed since a fire damged the building nearly three weeks ago. the fire started in the back of the restaurant where they kept paper products. after the break... a monster wave swallows a surfer. we've got the video you won't want to miss. stay tuned for the forecast from meterologist ben dorenbach coming up next on news four at noon. here's the live view from our skycam in spencer, iowa, where it's sunny and 34 degrees this noon hour. they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street
and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie
sanders, and i approve this message. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to
snow showers sneak into the viewing area late this evening, so for you caucus-goers, the start of it should be snow-free at 7 pm, but after it gets done (depending on where you caucus), some might have some light snow, so it wouldn't be a bad idea to have your vehicle packed and prepared for winter weather just in case. most of the area including sioux city should expect anywhere from 8 to 12 inches with less north and west and possibly more in some areas south and east along with sustained winds of 30 miles per hour and gusts upwards of 40 on tuesday. avoid travel if you can because whiteout conditions are expected! the rest of the week looks quiet with highs in the 20s and 30s. see graphics.
a massive wave knocked a surfer off his board off the coast of maui, swallowing him whole, and it was all caught on video. check this out as surfer tom dosland caught the wave. he later described it as a sea monster rising out of the ocean. the monster won this time... you can see him bailing off the board. amazingly he came away with only a stiff neck and a broken board and was out
almonds make a healthy snack. and as more americans choose them over peanuts, the once expensive nuts are coming down in price. but that's not necessarily a good thing for everyone in almond industry. ktiv would like to send out anniversary and birthday wishes to our viewers. don & barb small are celebrating their 63rd wedding anniversary today. kenneth streck of ida grove, iowa is celebrating his 80th birthday today. if you or someone you know is having a birthday of 80 years or more or an anniversary of 50 years or more, please send in their name (and correct pron), address and telephone number along with their pictures to ktiv. please make sure to have all the information printed and send it in at least two weeks in advance. if you would like your picture returned please include a self addressed stamped envelope. happy birthday and happy
the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound
good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now.
i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i
approve this message. after consistently climbing in price for the past seven years, the price of california almonds has declined sharply. you could be paying less for the crunchy snack. but what's good for consumers, isn't necessarily good for farmers. mario montalvo explains.
uncertainty for buyers which also contributed to lower prices. holtermann says she has yet to feel the effects of the price drop. if she does, she'll
have to make adjustments. (sot: jenny holtermann, farmer) "we may not buy as many tractors or as much equipment this year as may have in the last past years." she says some farmers with older orchards may have to take them out and replace them with younger, higher-producing trees. >> > stocks are solidly lower in early trading today, as the price of oil takes another tumble amid renewed concerns about the chinese and u.s. economies. still ahead on news four at noon...
still ahead on news four at noon... a big splash for the city of sioux city. the warship... the u-s-s sioux city was launched from northern wisconsin. we'll get a behind the scenes look at the excitement and the missions planned for they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis
and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem.
as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
"we've been honored as a community a lot of times, but this would have to be one of the top deals," said bob scott, mayor. scott has served the city for 20-years, and he says this honor is one sioux city won't forget. "this is the first naval ship to bear sioux city's name," said sen. tammy baldwin, (d) wisconsin. "that's exciting. it's an exciting first to celebrate." "the work to get the uss sioux city to this point has taken two years starting with the keel laying here at marinette marine in february of 2014," said matt breen, reporting. saturday, another milestone. the christening... a ceremonial breaking of a champagne bottle on the ship's bow. "the champagne bottle gets broken, but this day is about the bonding... the bonding between the sponsor of the ship and the crew," howard said. "for the united states of america, i christen thee sioux city," said mary winnefeld, uss sioux city sponsor. "may god bless this ship and all who sail on her." mary winnefeld is the ship's sponsor, and now considered an honorary crew member. it was up to her to send the sioux city on its way... with one swing. nats of launch now in the water, work will begin to finish the ship, which is about 80-percent complete. the sioux city's executive officer, ken lieberman, says the crew can't wait to get aboard. "to be here since the beginning, since it was born, and see it being
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. from postal workers to nurses... he's been endorsed for real change: bernie sanders. endorsed by friends of the earth action as "a bold, fearless voice for the planet." the nation endorses bernie saying, "you can trust sanders because he doesn't owe his
political career to the financial overlords." the des moines register calls him,
endorsed by council bluffs daily nonpareil because "he would build on obama's legacy and challenge the establishment." i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. today
we're talking about a new fundraiser in town that will have you soaring to new heights. here to explain is barbs michelson with big brothers, big sisters of siouxland. barb thanks for being here. thanks for having
fundraiser, this is a big deal. really big. we are so excited about it, going to new heights for the kids of siouxland. so what is it? it's called over the edge. it is a chance to rappel off the top of the howard johnson hotel. all you need to is raise $1,000 to help the kids of siouxland then you get to rappel off the top of the building. that is a big amount but you have a lot of time to do it too. registration starts february 1st and the event is june 15th so you've got about four months to raise the money. and collect pledges; collect donations from friends and family and coworkers. coworkers, you can also do toss your boss, it's kind of fun. you get all your coworkers together and you can toss your boss over the edge. that sounds fun. if the boss doesn't want to go over the edge then he can match the pledge, then he can pick somebody else to go over the edge. you're hoping this is going to be one of your biggest fundraisers, right? how is that money going to be used? we use it to help set up matches for our kids. we have 50 kids on our waiting list and we need to do recruitment, go out in the community and make awareness about what big brothers, big sisters is all about. give me your best sales pitch, why do we need to raise this money to rappel off the howard johnson in sioux city? it sounds awesome. to help kids in siouxland. the kids in our program are more likely to stay off drugs, they're more likely to graduate high school, go on to college, they have better relationships with their parents. they just need that one to one mentoring relationship. we need mentors to help these kids in siouxland so they have a better chance at life. perfect. barb thanks so much for being
bad judgment. he's just not ready to be president. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ]
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