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little peace and comfort as she deals with a life threatening illness. and later... one woman who survived the boston marathon bombings, but lost her leg, is training for the next mission in her life. how she's pounding the pavement for other amputees. but first, here's ben.
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couple of possible snow showers thursday. before that though, we'll night's near-0 degree low temperatures. stay safe on the roads today! see graphics. wx timer @ :40 >> a sioux city police officer was a sioux city police officer was injured early sunday morning after investigating reports of robberies and burgarlies in town. during the course of the investigation, officers located several individuals in the 2900 block of park aveune on sioux city's northside. police havav't released much information but we do know that t a sioux city police officer was shot in the leg. ktiv's michelle schoening has more on this developing story.
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mothershed also shot and wounded himself "isaish mothershed was subsequently arreted and is currently in custody," said lt. pat mccann, sioux city police. the department will continue to release further information as it becomes available. >> that was ktiv's michelle
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this is the third sioux city police officer shot in as many years. back in april of 2013, officer kevin mccormick suffered a gun shot wound to the face. detective mccormick pulled over jamal dean for a seatbelt violation when he was shot. in october of 2014, officer jill ohm was responding to a possible suicidal subject. as she approached the apartment complex she was shot in the chin. both officers made a full recovery and remain n the polole force. one person is dead and six others are hurt after an explosion at a plant in northwest georgia. police say the explosion happened early sunday morning at a feed mill on a chicken farm in rockmart - about 50 miles northwest of atlanta. they say 25-year-old justin deems died and six other people were taken to a local hospital... including one in critical condition. authorities say the
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officials in taiwan say the powerful earthquake is now at least 24. rescuers continue to searcrcfor survivors in the broken concrete and twisted metal of a collapsed high-rise apartment block in tainan. more than 100 people are sti missing. following the fatal crane friday... mayor bill de blasio announced new policies going into effect today. one person was killed and three others injured in the collapse. an investigation is underway... and the cause of the crash has not yet been determined. but de blasio says the crew working on the toppled crane was doing what it was supposed to do. e new york city mayor announced new w strictions to increase crane sety... including a stricter wind policy. the penalty for engineers who fail to safeguard a cre site after a wind advisory will be increased from 4,800-dollars to 10-thousand dollars. somali authorities released surveillance footage on sunday allegedly showing two men with a laptop that may have
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over africa last week. a suicide bomber is suspected to have set off the bomb inside the airlines plane. a securiri camera at the airprpt in mogogishu, where the flight toooooff, showed two men, handing what looks like a laptop computer to the suspected suicide bomber after he passed through the security checkpoint. the spokesman said at least one of the men delivering the laptop was an airport employee. a somali intelligence official said six people have been arrested in connection with the blast after examinations of the video. the pentagon says north korea has conducted a missile launch that critics say is meant to test banned technology for a missile that could strike the u-s mainland. but this latest test, officials say,y,osed no threat to the u-s orts allies. nbc's barry ahrendt reports.
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was in defiance of united nations sanctions barring it from using ballistic missile technology. north korea last launched a long-range rocket in dedember 2012, sending an object it described as a commmmications
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saturday night, a big boost for heart health awareness in siouxland. the siouxland american heart and stroke association held its 21th annual heart ball at the marina inn in south sioux city. the theme of the night; "breakfast at tiffany's." the goal of the night was to raise as much money as possible for research and awarenes in siouxland... because heart attacks and strokes impact a large part of the population. "know your body, know your numbers, your blood pressure in particular, your cholestoral. if you don't know go to your doctor and get checked out. heart health, that's what we are all about," said linda wadedo jochims, american heart
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event. super bowl 50 had fireworks, fly overs and some sloppy football. when the final gun sounded the broncos and peyton manning came out on top. nbc's jay gray reports from santa clara, california.
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13-to-7 lead at the half.. (nats) a half-time that started with coldplay.. (nats) and ended red hot - with bruno mars and beyonce joining the show.. in the 2nd half, the teams traded field goals, but late in the 4th quarter with the panthers trailing bybyix, the e nthers turned the ball ovov, their fourth of tt game. the result...a broncos td that secured a third broncos super bowl win and a second super bowl ring for qb peyton manning. (jay gray/nbc news1:13-1:24) "and as the celebration continued on the field it became very clear that a driving force for these players in the super bowl win was to make sure their leader the sheriff had one final championship ride." (lerentee mccray/bronc os lb 1:25-1:32) "it's just a blessing from god just for him to go out his 18th year in the league and win the super bowl you know we definitely want to send him out the right way." manning says he'll take a little time to enjoy this win and talk with his family before deciding his future.
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many schools across america received a failing grade when it comes to financial education. coming up next, how schools can help students prepare for their financial future. ben: and i'll have your
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with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will minish a little tonight but will remain brk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as highs stay in the 20s this week with a couple of possible snow showers wednesday and overnight thursday. before that though, we'll have to thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low temperatures. stay safe on the roads today! see graphics.
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american schools get a failing grade for financial literacy education... according to a new study.
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they're only teenagers, but today's high school students... like these seniors at east greenwich high school in rhode island... often have to make tough financial decisions.s.sot: kelly fischehe senior) "i don't think a credit card would be in my near future" (sot: milan toljan, senioror "i do lalaut how much money thth i need during the week to pay for gas or if i wananto go out with my friends" (sot: robert durant, senior) "the price of college today is insanely high" yet how to manage your money is lesson many u-s schools are failing to teach. until 20-14 rhode island was one of a handful of states that had no uniform standards for teaching financial education - an issue that was big concern to patricia page, who spent years in the private sector before becoming a business teacher. (sot: patricia page, teacher) "we were graduating a wholol generation of stududts that were going to be compelled to make some financial decisions even before they left the high school walls. and they were ill-equipped to do so." some of page's students took action... successfully petitioning the state board of education to adopt financial literacy standards. recent graduate charlotte palmer was part of that influential group. (sot: charlotte palmer, former student) "when you learn from parents it
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are just told to put your money in a piggy bank. when you learn in a classroom it is seeing in a broader scope what's going to happen to me when i grow up." (standup: sharon epperson) "studies show that high school who ha taken a personal finance course are more likely to pay their bills on time, and get higher credit scores as adults, still many states do not require students to take a graduate." according to the non-profit council for economic education, just 20 states require students take an economics course before graduation. that number drops to 17 for personal finance classes. but the impact - on those who take these classes - is clear. (sot: jackson cronin, junior) "it's important to know about the federal reserve because they sort of regulate the economy" (sot: krisitn carosotto, senior) the successfulne ss of my small little business" helping students make smarter financial decisions while they're in high schoho... and for the rest of their r ves. >> that was sharoepperson
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coming up next on news 4 today.... a little girl from eastern iowa suffers from a rare e netic didirder. and this weekend she gotot
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an eastern iowa girl with a life-threatening illness gets a bedroom makeover. it's all to bring peace and comfort. shirley descorbeth hasashat story from dubuququ
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other -- 9-year-old camdyn reisner of dubuque is being surprised with a bedroom makeover...pri ncess themed. "what we just saw when we just opened the doors was beyond our expections. to say overwhelming and emotional is an understatement." before the big reveal...volun teers painted, brought in new furniture, wall decor and lighting. "to be able to do this camdyn is such an honor. we're real excited to help out and give her her princess bedroom." it's all thanks to the organization special spaces, which makes bedroom makeovers for kids with life threatening illnesses. in camdyn's case -- she has rare genetic disorder that's been difficult to diagnose. "so she has developmenta l delays, she has to catat up on walking, talking and...,so the biggest challenge for camdyn is just independence." those pitching i ito help, hope this bedroom makeover will bring her peace and comfort. "we hope that the bedrooms provide just
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retreat to." and now camdyn is overjoyed with happiness. the riesn home...now complete with a room fit just for a princess. we've got you covered in dubuque...shirley descorbeth...kwwl news. >> strong winds will cause blowing snow today. ben's got the details, next. and a woman who survived the boston marathon bombings is getting ready to run another race. what she's overcome to reach the finish line.
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central siouxland in effect through this afternoon wind advisories in effect fo central siouxland in effect through monday afternoon a cold front whipped through the area yesterday, and that's when our winds followed suit! strong wid and blowing snow will be the main issues of the daywith a couple of stray snow showers this morning, won't amount to much if any accumulation. visibilities though will still be low from said blowing snow and could drop below a quarter-mile at times with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will diminish a little tonight but will remain brisk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as highs stay in the 20s this week with a couple of possible snow showers wednesday and overnight t thursday. before that though, we'll haveveo thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low temperatures. . ay safe on the roads today!
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a boston marathon bombing survivor is taking on a new mission. she lost a leg in the bombing, and now she's ready to reclaim the finish line. todd kazakiewich has her story.
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amputee adrianan haslet is running with a purpopo, despite the pain..adrianne haslet/marath on bombiig survvor) "it's a muscle memory in order to learn how use a blade, and i never want to give off the impression that you just put it on and go." adrianne has started training to run the marathon this year, and she took advantage of today's beautiful weather to get some miles in. (todd kazakiewich/re porting) "when adrianne runs the boston marathon this year, she will be the first of the boston marathon bombing survivor amputees to do so. she says her motivation is very simple: to run for those who can't." (adrianne haslet/marath on bombing survivor) "this is a way for me to give back, not only to physically run the marathon - to say a giant 'thank you' to everybody - but also to remember those who are sitting on the couch, who don't have legs because of insurance coverage, who are on the waiting list for limbs for life." adrianne's run will be more than just another inspiring act. she ill be runninig the marathon to raiaie money, and areness for limbs for life. an organization that provides proshetics for a lifetime to amputees who cannot afford them. (nat sound) adrianne is a professional dancer, and the lasttime we saw her at the finish line was when she returne to the scene of so much pain, to dance away the nightmare. the healing is an ongoing process, and running the 120th boston marathon will be yet another step ... a 26-point-two mile victory lap.
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it's . time for a break. but we're back in just a moment with more news and weather for you on news-4 today. first though.. here's a look at some of the eventsn the
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good morning and welcome back to news 4 today. some of the stories you'll see in this half
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presidential candidates are making the final push in new hampshire before voters head to the polls tomorrow. yesterday, democratic hopeful hillary clinton traveled to flint, michigan -- leaving her opponent bernie sanders to campaign in the state. the republican field is crowded but most polls show donald trump with a strong lead. also... pork loin, sweet and sassy meatballs... and carmel corn with bacon? the tasty bites all have one thing we'll take you to the competition that pits cherokee county pork producers against each other. and later... more than 100-thousand americans are diagnosed d th colon cancer every year. learn the riris and symptoms through one surivor a little later in today's healthbeat 4
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strong wind and blowing snow will be the main issues of the day with a couple of stray snow showers this morning, won't amount to much if any accumulation. viibilities though willltill be low frfr said blowing snow and could drop below a quarter-mile at times with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will diminish a little tonight but will remain brisk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as high stay in the 20s this@week with a couple of possible snow showers wednesday and overnight thursday. before that though, we'll have to thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low temperatures. stay safe on the roads today! see graphics. >> we're following decision 2016 this morning from new hampshire. tracie potts is there tracking the numbers and talking to voters. the polls open in just over 24 hours.
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literally pounding the pavement we caught up with hillary clinton's team trying to make her double-digit deficit here. (sot: nancy shshban, clinton supporter :13 - :19) "people here that we've knocked on doors they really haven't made up their minds." the indecision... even worse for (sot: marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate :22 - :29) "we have to win this election, we have to. if you vote for me, it you nominate me, we will win this election." more than 4 in 10 republicans told the university of massachusetts they could still change their minds. (sot: michael lopez, new hampshire voter :36 - :42) "people are looking for people to make decisions and they're trying to analyze who's the best person to make those decisions." the most solid republicans here: trump voters. (sot: donald trump, (r) presidential candidate :46 - :48) "i don't need youroney - i need your vote!" (sot: katie woitkowski, new hampshire voter :49 - :50) "i feel like he's real, you know?" ted cruz - now polling third here - slammed other republicans for saying yes to women registering for selective service.
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1:10) "i was right on that issue, hillary clinton was wrong!" tomorrow, the voters decide. that umass daily tracking poll also showed democrats overall are much less likely to change their vote. tracie potts, nbnbnews, manchester, new h hpshire. following ted cruz's win in the iowa caucus, northwest iowa congressman steve king shares his thoughts on cruz's chances in tuesday's new hampshire primary. the granite state has an open primary as opposed to iowa's caucus where you need to be registered as a democrat or republican. king, who has endorsed cruz for president, says the difference in new hampshire will be that the democrats are going to vote as democrats rather than picking up republican ballots. "that means that the republican votes in new hampshire will be more conservative on average than we have seen them in multiple past
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king says the iowa's caucuses shift the poll numbers in new hampshire. king a ao spoke about being namemethe chairman of a n n judiciary task force. there are a dozen members on the force that focuses on executive overreach. king says they will come up with a list of executive overreach that he says will be because they want to go over everything. "as we look over that, we're going to narrow down to those that we can deal with that are clearly objectively definable as executive overreach, then separate that list between unconstitutional." after that, king says the tata rce will bring over tools congress has to restrain this. they will put together a strategy on how go about bringing back what they believe to be constitutiona l authority. president obama welcomes italy's president to the white house today. italian president sergio mattarella's visit will focus on areas of mutual interest between his country and the united states...
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isis, economic developments in europe, and the importance of concluding the transatlantic trade and investment partnership. gas prices have dropped almost a dime. prices are down eit cents over the past two weeks- nationwide for regular. and down 37 cents from where last year. analysts say prices could continue to fall if crude oil costs keep dropping. los angeles clocks the highest average- at two-62 per gallon. and tulsa, oklahoma the lowest, averaging a dollar-44. several pepele took to the hills this weekend to take advantage of the snow. the hillview recreation area in plymouth county was full of kids and their families having some winter fun. they say tubing is all about your technique. some use a running start... others the arm paddle... to get down the hill. and once the thrill of going down the hill was
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get back up. some first-time tubers say it's a great way to enjoy the winter weather. "it's fun. i'm here with my mom and my sister and we're just having a good time. perfect weather. i love snsn, i hate the cold but i love snow," said ann shamblen. and for some, tubing out ranks sledding for one reason. "probably tubing. why do you think tubing is better? because i think you go faster down the hill with a tub than a sled," said mason hamman. officials at hillview recreaction say they hope to stay open through this month. when you get a lot of pork producers together under one roof, one thing is almost a given. some type of pork will be served. and that was certainly the case saturday night. ktiv's sam curtiss reports from the cherokee county pork producers annual banquet.
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meatball," said a woman. "this is a smoked pork loin," said a man. "carmel corn with bacon in it," said a man. 12 different foods. one common ingredient: pork. "this is a mixture of pork, ham and ground beef," said a woman. "parmesan bacon ranch bites," said another woman. each entry was given $50 to make the dish. best dish wins a couple hundred bucks. and this guy was one of the judges. "now i know why it's called bacon crack," said ben dorenbach. but there was also the people's choice. "i'm going to be on the news with my mouth full," said a woman. "it's good. it's very tender. eat pork." some of the recipes are originin. "it's my own personal recipe," said a man. but, some of the others came from a popular website. where did the recipe come from? "pinterest," said a woman. "pinterest," said another woman. "i found it online," said kathy handwork "i'm a pinterest girl." by online did you mean pinterest? "i exactly meant pinterest," said a woman. "you don't need cookbooks anymore," said kathy handwork "you can find it all online on pinterest if ya want with pictures and everything." i'm not sure if you can find everything on there. but looking through the site there are plenty of recipes. did i mention some of the recipes were original. so did the recipe not come from pinterest?
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"heck no. i've never been on pinterest." in aurelia, iowa sam curtiss, ktiv news four.>> ben dorenbach says the judges choice was smoked barbeque ribs. more than 100-thousand americans are diagnosed with colon cancer every year. we've got details on early detection coming up in healthbeat 4.
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> > february is colon cancer awareness month. the americananancer society says each year 1111,000 people are diagnosed with the disease. early detection is key to survival. ktiv's sheila brummer has more on healthbeat 4
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she listened to her instincts. 1:08 "no family history of it. no classic symptoms." in october, the diagnosis. 1:48 "being a mom of 6 and being told you have cancer that was a huge shock to me." four days later, doctors removed a tumor and one foot from her colon. 2:02 "having a science background and working in hospitals. hearing you have to have your colon operated was to me the worse place to be to operate on sosoone's body." dr. larry volz performed cathleen's procedure using a da vinci robot. :38 "she was a great patient she did everything we asked her to do." :45 "her surgical outcome was great. her oncological outcome was very good. it couldn't happen to happen to a nicer person, she's an amazing woman. it was a pleasure to take care of her dr. volz says people should start getting a colonoscopy at the age of 50, or earlier if they are at high risk for the disease. 1:41 "it's surprising how many patients we see that don't think it's important. and on the other hand, how many do we see that if they had been screened earlier, they would have had a better outcome. cathleen saw the best outcome possible. quick recovery and cancer free. 3:14 "no lymph node involvement, didn't spread to other organs. testing of the tumor howed no chemo needed. dr. volz says s ankfully cathleen paid attention to her symptoms. signs and symptoms of colon cancer can include a change in your bowel habits, including diarrhea, constipation or a change in the consistency. rectal bleeding or blood in your
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persistant cramps, gas or pain. a feeling that your bowel doesn't empty completely. weakness or fatigue. and, unexplained weight loss. however, many people have no symptoms in the early stages of the disease. cathleen is 48-years-old and she says if she waited until she turned 50 to get tested who knows what would have happened. >> new data suggest a fair number
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patients are diagnosed at a younger age. a study from researches at the university of michigan found about 15-percent were younger then 50-years old. those patients tended to have more aggressive tumors. but, they also live slightly longer than older patients and remain cancer free. still to come this morning... chipotle is closing all of it's locations today for a food safety meeting. and if you have an i- phone with a broken screen, you might actually be able to trade it in for a brand new phone. those
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stocks were down sharply friday after a weak jobs report cast doubt on the strength of the u.s. economy. tech stocks were especially hard hit, leading a broad decline. the dow dropped more than 211 points to close at 16,204. the nasdaq fell 146 points and the s&p lost 35 points. if you were craving chipotle for
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you might want to have other places in mind. with more on that story and other business news, here's ktiv's kaitlyn kinney.... thanks guys. chipotle says it will close every one of its locations for four hours today for a food safety meeting. the move comes after an e-coli outbreak at the mexican restaurant last year. about 5-hundred people got sick. at the meeting, employees will go over an updated food safety program implemented by the chain in january. all chipotle restaurants will be closed from around eleven a.m. to three in the afternoon. millions of americans are hiding a financial secret from their significant other. a recent study by credit cards dot com finds 13 million americans have hidden a bank or credit card account from their live-in spouse, partner or significant other. 41 percent have spent over 100 bucks without their spouse or partner's knowledge. but... most americans can't be accused of hypocrisy when it comes to such financial secrets. 47 percent said they'd be okay
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spending more than 100 dollars without being told about it. vegans and lactose- intolerant ice cream lovers can now get their hands on ben and jerry's ice cream flavors. the vermont-based company has launched four non-dairy flavors using a certified vegan almond milk base. ben and jerry's says it's received requests for years to make non-dairy ice cream. the flavors are available in pints and can be found at ben and jerry's scoop shops nationwide. apple is offering you a little something for that damaged iphone according to multiple reports, apple will soon allow users to trade in iphone 5s, iphone 6 and iphone 6 plus units that have broken screens, buttons and cameras for the newer models of the smartphone. apple's current "reuse and recycle iphone trade-in program" allows customers to trade in older undamaged iphones. apple thinks that the update to the program will encourage customers to upgrade their iphones to newer models rather
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thanks, kaitlyn. when we come back this morning, we'll run down the top stories from around siouxland. plus the oscars are just around the corner. who wil take home the top honors? a preview in the
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showers this morning, won't amount to much if any accumulation. visibilities though will still be low from said blowing snow and could drop below a quarter-mile at times with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will diminish a little tonight but will remain brisk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as highs stay in the 20s this week with a couple of possible snow showers wednesday and overnight thursday. before that though, we'll have to thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low temperatures. stay safe on the roads today! see graphics. >> > here's a quick look at our top news headlines from siouxland this monday morning. a sioux city police officer is recovering after being shot in the leg while investigating several reports of robberies early sunday morning. the officer, who's name has not been released, was treated and released from the hospital after the shooting at valley park apartments in the 29- hundred block of park avenue. police say 18-year old isaiah mothershed shot the officer,
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he was arrested. more than three- hundred people came together to fight heart disease. the siouxland american heart and stroke association held its 21th annual heart ball in south sioux city on saturday. there was a dinner along with silent and live auctions. ths year's fundraising goal was 65-thousand dollars. the theme was "breakfast at tiffany's." ktiv's sheila brummer helped emcee the event. there was a lot of pork in aurelia, iowa this weekend. a pork cookoff was one highlights of the annual cherokee county pork producers banquet on saturday. the winning dish won a couple of hundred dollars. there was also a people's choice award. ktiv's ben dorenbach was one of the judges. and siouxlanders put the new layer of snow to good use at hillview recreation area near hinton, iowa this weekend. the tubing hill was a busy place for families looking to have some winter fun. one first-time tuber told us the weather was perfect to get out and hit the slope. three weeks before the oscars, and top honors are anything but settled! david daniel has today's hollywood minute.
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officially a horse race! "the revenant" director alejandro irritu (ih- nyar-ee-too) took top honors at the directors guild of america awards, leaving the three major hollywood guilds divided: "spotlight" took the top prize at the screen actors guild awards, and the producers guild of america chose "the big short" as its top film. we'll see which way the academy goes february 28th. "uh-oh. she's looking at us. what did she say?" "uh, sorry, sir -- no one was listening." "is it garbage night? uh, we left the toilet seat up. what is it, woman? what?" there's less suspense about the oscar for best animated feature, after "inside out" won 10 "annie awards," including best feature, from the international animated film society. the pixar pic has also grabbed the golden globe and the critics choice award for best animated feature. (singing) "paparazzi, catch my fly, and my cocky fresh..." how do you send a new song straight to the top of billboard and twitter's "trending 140" chart? try dropping a surprise single and video the same weekend you're playing the super bowl halftime show... and it helps if you're
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latest track includes commentary on police brutality, hurricane katrina and black financial power. for hollywood minute, i'm david daniel. >> coming up in our third half hour.... a boston marathon boming survivor is back on the race track. what she's overcome to reach the finish line. and super bowl 50 is in the books. we've got the highlights in the sports fource
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good morning. thanks for joining us on this monday, february 8th. a sioux city police officer is
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shot by a suspect who also shot and wounded himself before his arrest. we've got the latest on the investigation. and millions of viewers tuned into super bowl 50 yesterday, expecting hard hits, big stars, and glitzy commercials... and the big game delivered all three. a wrap up from the super bowl game is just ahead. also... a big welcome home surprise for a 9-year-old eastern iowa girl. her room got a princess makeover. it's all to bring a little peace and comfort as she deals with a life threatening illness. and later... one woman who survived the boston marathon training for the next mission in her life. how she's pounding the but first, here's ben.
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siouxland in effect through monday afternoon a cold front whipped through the area yesterday, and that's strong wind and blowing snow will be the main issues of the day with a couple of stray snow showers this morning, won't amount to much if any accumulation. visibilities though will still be low from said blowing snow and could drop below a quarter-mile at times with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will diminish a little tonight but will remain brisk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as highs stay in the 20s this week with a couple of possible snow showers wednesday and overnight we'll have to thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low temperatures. stay safe on the >> a sioux city officer was wounded early sunday morning while investigating reports of robberies and burgarlies. police haven't released much information, but we know the officer was treated at the hospital and released after being shot in the leg. ktiv's michelle schoening has more.
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investigating multiple reports of robberies at the valley park apartment complex. "while officers conducted their investigation, isaiah mothershe shot and wounded a sioux city police officer," said lt. pat mccann, sioux city police department. "eyewitnesses tell us they heard three gun shots from inside apartment 13. that's when more officers went in to help," said michelle schoening, siouxlands news channel. mothershed also shot and wounded himself "isaish mothershed was subsequently arreted and is currently in custody," said lt. pat mccann, sioux city police. the department will continue to release further information as it becomes available.
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this is the third sioux city shot in three years. back in april of 2013, officer kevin mccormick suffered a gun shot wound to the face. he had pulled over jamal dean for a seatbelt violation when he was shot. in october of 2014, officer jill ohm was responding to a possible suicidal subject. as she approached the apartment complex she was shot in the chin. both officers have recovered and remain on the police force. the president of colombia said more than 31-hundred pregnant women have contracted the zika virus in his south american nation. president juan manuel santos said the government will be working across the country to
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and helping families rid their homes of stagnant water. colombia's health minister has said he believes three deaths are connected with zika. the virus has been linked to the devastating birth defect microcephaly, which prevents fetus' brains from developing properly. there is no vaccine or treatment. santos said that so far, there are no recorded cases of zika-linked microcephaly in colombia. one person is dead and six others are hurt after an explosion at a feed mill in northwest georgia. the explosion happened early sunday morning on a chicken farm in rockmart - about 50 miles northwest of atlanta. a 25-year-old man died and six other people were taken to a local hospital... including one in critical condition. the cause of the explosion remains under investigation. officials in taiwan say the death toll from saturday's powerful earthquake is now at least 37. rescuers continue to search for survivors in the broken concrete and twisted metal of a collapsed high-rise apartment block in tainan. more than 100 people are still
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following the fatal crane collapse in new york city friday... mayor bill de blasio announced new policies going into effect today. one person was killed and three others injured in the collapse. an investigation is underway... and the cause of the crash has not yet been determined. but de blasio says the crew working on the toppled crane was doing what it was supposed to do. the new york city mayor announced new restrictions to increase crane safety... including a stricter wind policy. the penalty for engineers who fail to safeguard a crane site after a wind advisory will be increased from 48-hundred dollars to 10-thousand dollars. somali authorities released surveillance footage on sunday allegedly showing two men with a laptop that may have exploded on a jetliner in flight over africa last week. a suicide bomber is suspected to have set off the bomb inside the daallo airlines plane. a security camera at the airport in mogadishu, where the flight took off, showed two men, handing what looks like a laptop computer to the suspected suicide bomber
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through the security checkpoint. the spokesman said at least one of the men delivering the laptop was an airport employee. a somali intelligence official said six people have been arrested in connection with the blast after examinations of the video. the pentagon says north korea has conducted a missile launch that critics say is meant to test banned technology for a missile that could strike the u-s mainland. but this latest test, officials say, posed no threat to the u-s or its allies. nbc's barry ahrendt reports.
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our interests -- including the security of some of our closest allies." south korea made preparations last week for the test that the north said it was planning, conducting live fire exercises with its multiple launch rocket system and warning the north it would pay a "severe price" if it went ahead with the launch. japan has patriot missile batteries deployed to shoot down any debris from a north korean missile but japan's chief cabinet spokesman told reporters that no debris fell on japanese territory. japanese prime minister shinzo abe also said north korea was violating u.n. security council resolutions. abe said japan "will cooperate with the international community and stand firm to take appropriate measures." north korean leader kim jong un has continued to pursue nuclear weapons and long-range missiles since taking over after the death of his father in late 2011. the u-s and japan asked for an
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meeting of the u.n. security council on sunday morning to discuss the north korean missile launch. barry ahrendt, nbc news. >> a big boost for heart health awareness in siouxland. the siouxland american heart and stroke association held its 21th annual heart ball at the marina inn in south sioux city saturday night. the theme of the night; "breakfast at tiffany's." breakfast at tiffany's." the goal of the night was to raise as much money as possible for research and awarenes in siouxland... because heart attacks and strokes impact a large part of the population. "know your body, know your numbers, your blood pressure in particular, your cholestoral. if you don't know go to your doctor and get checked out. heart health, that's what we are all about," said linda wadedo jochims, american heart association. ktiv's sheila brummer emceed the event. super bowl 50 had fireworks, fly overs and some sloppy football. when the final gun sounded the broncos and peyton manning came out on top.
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santa clara, california.
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panthers turned the ball over, their fourth of the game. the result...a broncos td that secured a third broncos super bowl win and a second super bowl ring for qb peyton manning. (jay gray/nbc news1:13-1:24) "and as the celebration continued on the field it became very clear that a driving force for these players in the super bowl win was to make sure their leader the sheriff had one final championship ride." (lerentee mccray/bronc os lb 1:25-1:32) "it's just a blessing from god just for him to go out his 18th year in the league and win the super bowl you know we definitely want to send him out the right way." manning says he'll take a little time to enjoy this win and talk with his family before deciding his future. jay gray nbc news santa clara >>
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marathon bombings is getting ready to run another race. what she's overcome to reach the finish line. and i'll have your complete forecast next!
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blizzard warnings for eastern siouxland in effect through this afternoon winter weather advisories for central siouxland in effect through this afternoon wind advisories in effect for central siouxland in effect through monday afternoon a cold front whipped through the area yesterday, and that's when our winds followed suit! strong wind and blowing snow will be the main issues of the day with a couple of stray snow showers this morning, won't amount to much if any accumulation. visibilities though will still be low from said blowing snow and could drop below a quarter-mile at times with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will diminish a little tonight but will remain brisk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as highs stay in the 20s this week with a
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wednesday and overnight thursday. before that though, we'll have to thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low temperatures. stay safe on the roads today! see graphics. >> a boston marathon bombing survivor is taking on a new mission. she lost a leg in the bombing, and now she's ready to reclaim the finish line. todd koz-ak-iewich has her story.
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super bowl 50 took place last night. peyton manning trying to win his second super bowl. a siouxlander on the sideline for the panthers... highlights coming up. plus, the iowa men move to 10-and one in big ten play. we've got more their match up with illinois coming up in sports.
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>> last night was the big game - super bowl 50. the broncos are the new nfl champions. ktiv's mark freund has more in the sports fource morning wrap.
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24-to-10. iowa visiting big ten cellar dweller illinois. illinois' got the top scorer in the big ten - malcolm hill - averaging almost 19 points per game - hill just 14 today - but sinks the three. but it was all iowa after the first few minutes - mike gesell knocks down the j - gesell had 8. then nicholas baer hits a three - iowa out front, 21-to-12. jarrod uthoff - third leading scorer in the conference - rebound and putback to put iowa up 10. then another look inside to end the half - uthoff scored 18 - iowa starting to pull away. four hawkeyes in double figures - led by peter jok's 23 - iowa - moves to 10- and-1 in the big ten, 77-65. for more sports, including a weekend update on the south dakota men's and women's basketball teams, head on over to our website, ktiv.com. i'm mark freund with the sportsfource
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the way. he's in next with the forecast. and a little girl from eastern iowa who suffers from a rare genetic disorder got a surprise bedroom makeover this weekend. the purple themed
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though will still be low from said blowing snow and could drop below a quarter-mile at times with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will diminish a little tonight but will remain brisk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as highs stay in the 20s this week with a couple of possible snow showers wednesday and overnight thursday. before that though, we'll have to thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low temperatures. stay safe on the roads today! see graphics.
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an eastern iowa girl with a life-threatening illness gets a bedroom makeover. it's all to bring peace and comfort. shirley descorbeth has that story from dubuque.
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that's been difficult to diagnose. "so she has developmenta l delays, she has to catch up on walking, talking and...,so the biggest challenge for camdyn is just independence." those pitching in to help, hope this bedroom makeover will bring her peace and comfort. "we hope that the bedrooms provide just that unique space that they can retreat to." and now camdyn is overjoyed with happiness. the riesner home...now complete with a room fit just for a princess. we've got you covered in dubuque...shirley descorbeth...kwwl news. >> it's . time for a break. we're back with our fourth half hour of news 4 today. we'll head into the break with a look at some of the events on
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good morning and welcome back to news 4 today. some of the stories you'll see in this half hour... presidential candidates are making the final push in new hampshire before voters head to the polls tomorrow. yesterday, democratic hopeful hillary clinton traveled to flint, michigan -- leaving her opponent bernie sanders to campaign in new hampshire. and the republican field is crowded but most polls show donald trump with a strong lead. also... pork loin, sweet and sassy meatballs... and carmel corn with bacon? the tasty bites all have one thing in common.. pork. we'll take you to the competition that pits cherokee county pork producers against each other. and later... there were a lot of blue people in germany... not depressed or sad... but literally blue. they were dressed as smurfs to try to break a world record. but first ben....
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blizzard warnings for eastern siouxland in effect through this afternoon winter weather advisories for central siouxland in effect through this afternoon wind advisories in effect for central siouxland in effect through monday afternoon a cold front whipped through the area yesterday, and that's when our winds followed suit! strong wind and blowing snow will be the main issues of the day with a couple of stray snow showers this morning, won't amount to much if any accumulation. visibilities though will still be low from said blowing snow and could drop below a quarter-mile at times with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will diminish a little tonight but will remain brisk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as highs stay in the 20s this week with a couple of possible snow showers wednesday and overnight thursday. before that though, we'll have to thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low temperatures. stay safe on the roads today! see graphics. >> we're following decision 2016
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from new hampshire. tracie potts is there tracking the numbers and talking to voters. the polls open in less than 24 hours.
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trump voters. (sot: donald trump, (r) presidential candidate :46 - :48) "i don't need your money - i need your vote!" (sot: katie woitkowski, new hampshire voter :49 - :50) "i feel like he's real, you know?" ted cruz - now polling third here - slammed other republicans for saying yes to women registering for selective service. (sot: sen. bernie sanders, (d) presidential candidate 1:05 - 1:10) "i was right on that issue, hillary clinton was wrong!" tomorrow, the voters decide. that umass daily tracking poll also showed democrats overall are much less likely to change their vote. tracie potts, nbc news, manchester, new hampshire. >> following ted cruz's win in last week's iowa caucus, congressman steve king shares his thoughts on cruz's chances in tuesday's new hampshire primary. the granite state has an open primary as opposed to iowa's
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registered as a democrat or republican. king, who has endorsed cruz for president, says the difference in new hampshire will be that the democrats are going to vote as democrats rather than picking up republican ballots. "that means that the republican votes in new hampshire will be more conservative on average than we have seen them in multiple past presidential primaries." king says the iowa's caucuses shift the poll numbers in new hampshire. king also spoke about being named the chairman of a new judiciary task force. there are a dozen members on the force that focuses on executive overreach. king says they will come up with a list of executive overreach that he says will be long and expansive because they want to go over everything. "as we look over that, we're going to narrow down to those that we can deal with that are clearly objectively definable as executive overreach, then separate that list between what's constitutional and what's unconstitutional." after that, king says the task force will bring
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restrain this. they will put together a strategy on how go about bringing back what they believe to be constitutiona l authority. president obama welcomes italy's president to the white house today. italian president sergio mattarella's visit will focus on areas of mutual interest between his country and the united states... including efforts to defeat isis, economic developments in europe, and the importance of concluding the transatlantic trade and investment partnership. gas prices have dropped almost a dime. prices are down eight cents over the past two weeks- now averaging one-82 a gallon nationwide for regular. and down 37 cents from where they were this time last year. analysts say prices could continue to fall if crude oil costs keep dropping. los angeles clocks the highest average- at two-62 per gallon. and tulsa, oklahoma the lowest, averaging a dollar-44. several people took to the hills this weekend to take advantage
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the hillview recreation area in plymouth county was full of kids and their families having some winter fun. they say tubing is all about your technique. some use a running start... others use the arm paddle... to get down the hill. and once the thrill of going down the hill was over-- a pull rope helped tubers get back up. some first-time tubers say it's a great way to enjoy the winter weather. "it's fun. i'm here with my mom and my sister and we're just having a good time. perfect weather. i love snow, i hate the cold but i love snow," said ann shamblen. and for some, tubing out ranks sledding for one reason. "probably tubing. why do you think tubing is better? because i think you go faster down the hill with a tub than a sled," said mason hamman. officials at hillview recreaction say they hope to stay open through this month.
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producers under one roof, one thing is almost a given. some type of pork will be served. ktiv's sam curtiss reports from the cherokee county pork producers annual banquet.
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website. where did the recipe come from? "pinterest," said a woman. "pinterest," said another woman. "i found it online," said kathy handwork "i'm a pinterest girl." by online did you mean pinterest? "i exactly meant pinterest," said a woman. "you don't need cookbooks anymore," said kathy handwork "you can find it all online on pinterest if ya want with pictures and everything." i'm not sure if you can find everything on there. but looking through the site there are plenty of recipes. did i mention some of the recipes were original. so did the recipe not come from pinterest? "no not pinterest" said matt peterson "heck no. i've never been on pinterest." in aurelia, iowa sam curtiss, ktiv news four.>> ben dorenbach says the judges choice was smoked barbeque ribs. more than two-thousand people in germany dressed as smurfs... hoping to break a world record?
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their crazy costumes? that's next in what's trending. and i'll have your complete
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won't amount to much if any accumulation. visibilities though will still be low from said blowing snow and could drop below a quarter-mile at times with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will diminish a little tonight but will remain brisk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as highs stay in the 20s this week with a couple of possible snow showers wednesday and overnight thursday. before that though, we'll have to thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low
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more than two-thousand people in germany fell just short of breaking the world record for the number of people dressed as smurfs. the blue-hued crowd gathered near germany's border with switzerland yesterday. there were two- thousand-149 of them. that's 361 short of the record set in wales in 2009. despite that, the crowd looked like they enjoyed themselves as they danced and cheered in their smurf costumes. the latest star wars film has reached another huge milestone. plus... the duchess of cambridge is advocating for children suffering from mental diseases. that story is straight ahead.
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welcome to subway, what can i make for you? how 'bout crunching into flavor with a fritos chicken enchilada melt? pulled chicken in enchilada sauce, melty monterey cheddar, fresh veggies and fritos corn chips! hurry in today!
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the latest star wars movie has now grossed more than 900-million dollars in the united states. citing estimates from walt disney studios, u-s-a today reports "star wars: the force awakens" is the first movie to make that much money domestically -- doing so in just 50 days. last month, the film surpassed the previous record holder, "avatar," which grossed just over 760- million dollars. the studio expects the film to gross more than two-billion dollars worldwide. it would be only the third movie to do so. britain's duchess of cambridge appears in a new video advocating support for children to help them overcome mental health challenges. the video was released yesterday to mark the start of children's mental health week. the duchess, the former kate middleton, said
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william, want all children to get mental health support during difficult times. in the video, the duchess talks with children who have been helped by school programs promoting mental health. charity workers say kate's involvement is helping to remove the stigma from mental illness. beyonce chose the perfect time to announce her new tour-- during super bowl 50. this ad premiered during the commercial break... right after beyonce performed during the half-time show. millions across the country watched the super bowl... so she reached a big audience. the 40-date formation tour will kick-off april 27th... and will be her first headlining stadium tour this summer. tickets will go on sale next week. monday sarah- professional surfer bethany hamilton is 26 al- actor seth green is 42 sarah- rock singer vince neil (motley crue) is 55 al- author john grisham is 61 sarah- actress mary steenburgen is 63
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sarah- newscaster ted koppel is 76 al- composer- conductor john williams is 84 >
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accumulation. visibilities though will still be low from said blowing snow and could drop below a quarter-mile at times with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, the reason for the blizzard warnings out east. our wind will diminish a little tonight but will remain brisk tomorrow. we should get some sunshine back though as highs stay in the 20s this week with a couple of possible snow showers wednesday and overnight thursday. before that though, we'll have to thaw out from tuesday night's near-0 degree low temperatures. stay safe on the roads today! see graphics. >> we'll be right back with a recap of our top news headlines.... and a talk show in jordan just set a new world record. we'll tell you what they did.
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here's a quick look at our top news headlines from siouxland this monday morning. a sioux city police officer is recovering after being shot in the leg while investigating several reports of robberies early sunday morning. the officer, who's name has not been released, was treated and released from the hospital after the soting at valley park apartments in the 29- hundred block of park avenue. police say 18-year old isaiah mothershed shot the officer, then shot and wounded himself. he was arrested. more than three- hundred people came together to fight heart disease. the siouxland american heart and stroke association held its 21th annual heart ball in south sioux city on saturday. there was a dinner along with silent and live auctions. this year's fundraising goal was 65-thousand dollars. the theme was "breakfast at tiffany's." ktiv's sheila brummer helped emcee the event. there was a lot of pork in aurelia, iowa this weekend. a pork cookoff was one highlight of the annual cherokee county saturday.
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hundred dollars. there was also a people's choice award. ktiv's ben dorenbach was one of the judges. and siouxlanders put the new layer of snow to good use at hillview recreation area near hinton, iowa this weekend. the tubing hill was a busy place for families looking to have some winter fun. one first-time tuber told us the weather was perfect to get out and hit the slope.
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a jordanian radio show has broken the guinness world record for the longest talk show... they stayed on the air for 61 hours straight. the show's hosts completed the marathon broadcast on thursday night in lebanon. they interviewed hundreds of guests over the course of the three day show. a guinness world records representativ e was on hand to present the hosts with their official world record certificate.
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good morning. rocky mountain high. >> pressure and the ball is out. in the end zone. >> the denver broncos win the super bowl, upsetting the carolina panthers, 24-10. peyton manning, the oldest winning quarterback in super bowl history. was it his last game? we'll ask him this morning. plus, all the highlights from the game. >> von miller did it again. >> the star-studded halftime show.
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