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>> thank yo much. the community of o'neill, nebraska is shaken after a weekend stabbing that left a woman dead and a man wounded. police were called to this house at 320 east clay street around nine 'o clock saturday night. authorities say the 37- year old woman had been stabbed multiple times. she was pronounced dead at the local hospital. the man, also 37, was also taken to the hospital, but police have not released details about his wounds. their nanas have not been released, but authorities say there is no danger to the public. o'neill residents expressed shock at such a crime in their community. allen bentz / o'neill resident "a town this size we don't hear
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think it's in the bigger cities. but the way things are anymore, anything can happen." brooke buller / o'neill resident "because o'neill's such a small town you don't hear about these things happening very often," johnny engelbart / o'neill resident "i was just wondering who it was and if i knew 'em." the stabbing is under investigation by the nebraska state patrol, the o'neill police department and the holt county attorney's office, which has requested an autopsy. meanwhile, sioux city police say no charges are being filed in a stabbing that sest two brothers to the hospital on sunday, because the men are not cooperating with investigators. police say it appears the men got into an argument and stabbed each other at this home in the 15- authorities say their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. their names have not been released. the man who police say shot eight people in kalamazoo, michigan saturday night is due in court this afternoon. six of those victims died. two are hospitalized in critical condition.
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court appearance. but by all accounts this was a normal guy. neighbors say he never showed signs of being erratic before. he was a husband, a father of two, a uber driver who was even reported to be giving rides between the first shooting and when he was arrested six hours later. so a lot of unanswered questions here in kalamazoo. hoping to get some of them answered with this court appearance. in kalamazoo, i'm blake mccoy, nbc news. >> > weather ad-lib wake up to dense fog this morning where visibilities will be less than a mile. some of our temperatures will dip below freezing too which might cause a few roads (especially untreated ones) to become a bit slick, so plan for a slightly longer morning commute today. the rest of the day will be cloudy with highs near 40 before a disturbance moves through the area tonight which will bring some light rain perhaps switching over to some light snow early tomorrow morning where some areas could see a quick snow dusting. the remainder of tomorrow will be on the cloudy side again with highs near 40, and that's about where most of
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will be. with the exception of another slight chance of an overnight snow shower or two wednesday night, the rest of the forecast looks dry and mild with a mix of clouds and sunshine. see graphics. >> bill cosby's wife is slated to answer questions under oath today in a defamation lawsuit brought against her husband by seven women who claim the comedian sexually assaulted them decades ago. camille cosby is scheduled to be questioned by a lawyer for the women in springfield, massachusett s. nbc's stephanie gosk is there with more.
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there would be no more delays. it could last as long as seven hours her in this marriott. her legal team had argued that this would be too public and that it was chosen by plaintiff's lawyers to in their words " to harass and embarrass camille cosby. this is part of a civil case involving seven women who alledge they were sexually abused by cosby and that his denials amount to defamation. it is part of the mountain of laval battles that cosby is facing. of course you know that he is pennsylvania the case of andrea constand. multiple sexual abuse charges there . we expect to get some preview of what happen inside you >> apple ceo tim cook is acknowledging to employees that it doesn't feel right to refuse to help the fbi hack a locked iphone used by a gunman in the san bernardino mass shootings. but he also says in an email today that to comply with a
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threaten data security for millions. at the same time, fbi director james comey says the agency owes it to the victims of the terror attacks to try to gain access to the phone for any information it may contain. prosecutors say apple helped federal agents extract information from iphones in at least 70 criminal investigations over seven before a sudden change of heart last fall in a drug case in new york. apple has until friday to file its opposition to this court order. the south dakota house of representativ es will take another look at a proposed half-cent sales tax increase to help raise teacher pay today. the tax hike, proposed by governor dennis daugaard, would also pay for property tax relief. it fell one vote short of the two-thirds margin required to pass a tax hike in a house vote last thursday. republican representativ e scott craig said friday he would flip his vote to keep the consideration.
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fire department are hoping the public will get behind a proposed 3- and-a-half million dollar expasion project. they explained why they think it's much-needed at an open house over the weekend. ktiv's michelle schoening has more.
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it south, to this empty lot behind me," said michelle schoening, siouxland's news channel. the 3.5 million dollar project relies on a bond vote set for march 1st. as well as private fundraising and city funds. one community member says the vote is a definite yes. "it's very crowded in here. they need work to move, they need work to take care of the equipment and to get their gear on," said sandy nibbelink, expansion supporter. until then the fire chief says they will continue to work with what they have. in orange city, iowa, michelle schoening ktiv news four. >> much of siouxland was under a dense fog advisory this morning. it's still gray out there... but the temperatures are pretty mild. stay tuned for the forecast from meterologist ben dorenbach up next. it's cloudy and
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ben... saturday sure was nice... but we haven't seen much
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some, including sioux city, will wake up to dense fog this morning where visibilities will be less than a mile. some of our temperatures will dip below freezing too which might cause a few roads (especially untreated ones) to become a bit slick, so plan for a slightly longer morning commute today. the rest of the day will be cloudy with highs near 40 before a disturbance moves through the area tonight which will bring some light rain perhaps switching over to some light snow early tomorrow morning where some areas could see a quick snow dusting. the remainder of tomorrow will be on the cloudy side again with highs near 40, and that's about where most of the rest of this week's highs will be. with the exception of another slight chance of an overnight snow shower or two wednesday night, the rest of the forecast looks dry and mild with a mix of clouds and sunshine. see graphics. >>
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they are a fact of life for drivers in parts of the country that have winter weather, like we do here in siouxland. we're heading into pothole season. ktiv's tommie clark spoke with local officials about the bumpy roads that lie ahead.
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rick coury. fixing a tire. in time, the socket will snap off and you won't be able to steer, but that's not all... "it effects tires, it breaks the belt inside the tire if it's a large enough pothole," said alignment specialists owner, rick coury. you can tell if your suspension is out of whack if the vehicle vibrates on highway speeds... car starting. ...or pulls to one side. tire rotating. "potholes can happen anywhere, but they're especially common this time of year when the snow starts to melt." "potholes are a problem that's caused by moisture and we have a lot of that in winter. right now where we're at with temperatures and you have the freeze, thaw, freeze, thaw snow melt that gets under the layers of pavement and starts breaking them out," said woodbury county engineer, mark nahra. some potholes have already been fixed but, the real work won't start till late march and early april... "looking at this spring of having more potholes, quite a few more then we had last year. last year we had somewhat of a mild winter and this year we've had a whole lot worse winter," said city of sioux city field services street superintendent, ed pickens. close encounters with craters happen far too often for many siouxlanders, so next time you see one, experts say try to slow down and give yourself
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in sioux city...tommie clark...ktiv news 4. >> stocks have been surging today on wall street. we'll have the numbers, plus farm markets after the break... and if you're planning to fly the friendly skies this spring, why you wanna be booking now,
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energy stocks are leading a rally on wall street. the price of crude oil surged seven percent this morning, back up above 31 dollars per barrel. are you traveling by air for spring break? fare compare says you should book your travel now or you chance paying up to 30 percent more on spring break airfare. it analyzed popular spring break destinations to help families and college students save on airfare. it found travelers who booked spring break tickets last week saved up to 30 percent on average compared to last minute bookers. still ahead on news four at noon... a heart-healthy event that had siouxlanders meeting some of the top cariologists in the midwest on sunday. and you'll meet a man who says going to this event last year saved his
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here's a live look at west lake okoboji from our okoboji skycam... the focus was on heart health sunday at sioux city's mercy medical center. mercy cardiology held it's annual heart expo. ktiv's tommie clark has the story of a siouxland man who says a visit to last year's heart expo saved his life!
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mercy medical center's heart expo welcomed hundreds of siouxlanders to their heart center on saturday afternoon. specialists discussed the procedures they perform and how to be smart about your heart. "you want them to feel comfortable, number one, with coming to the institution if they're having problems, checking with their doctors if they're having problems or any questions or concerns and a lot of times when people have knowledge it gets rid of the fear," said mercy cardiology medical director, dr. jerome pierson. one doctor who specializes in abnormal heart rates, says more people need to learn about the technology we have today. "i have seen the people who have been suffering from everything else for a long time because of a lack of education," said cardiac electrophysiologist, dr. fayaz hakim. the kelley family came for the second year in a row, and they say it means a lot. "i don't think he would be here today if we wouldn't of came a year ago and went through the seminar and the technicians discovered what they did discover and it was pretty scary," said gary kelley's wife, helen kelley. because of last year's heart expo, gary kelley found out his right carotid artery was completely blocked and his left was 95% blocked. the following day mercy got him in for an appointment and three weeks later he had life-saving surgery. "and otherwise if i wouldn't have had the surgery possibly within a period of the next 4 or 5 months i possibly could have had a stroke," said gary kelley. and now kelley is back to show his appreication
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wanted to come back not only because of the goodies to munch on, but also to take the tour again and visit with people who take care of me kelly had his arterys checked again this year and they are completely clear. in sioux city, tommie clark, ktiv news 4. >> and there was a special event for young people this year: the first-ever "teen heart expo." it includedactivi ties like a caffeine education station where teenagers could learn how much is too much. there were lessons about exercies young people can do at home that don't require a lot of expensive equipment, and there were lessons in performing c-p-r. "i'm just hoping that they're a litte more
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make every day. we don't always need to make a huge lifestyle, but simple changes can make a difference. we just hope that it will be a life time of good decision making for them," said mercy rn and coordinator of community health education, shannon patton. doctors say you can help reduce your risk of heart disease by staying active. they also stress it's important to know your cholesterol, blood sugar and blood pressure numbers. a dark comedy is coming to the stage of the le mars community theater. that's still ahead on
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julia's room. julia is our daughter and of course she's quite upset that the place she's always called home, her room, is occupied by someone else. who would this be a good audience for, or who would be a good audience? i think it's good for just about everybody. it's a wealthy couple living in an urban area, it's an older couple, older type discussions. maybe it's not so much for young folks, but i still think the younger teens would enjoy it. when does it start and when does it run? starts the 26th of february, that's friday, saturday, and sunday. all of our saturday and sunday shows are at 7:30 and 2 is the matinee for sundays. then we go the next weekend thursday, friday, saturday, sunday. that's march 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th. 7:30 at night, 2 sunday matinees. what's the number people want to call for reservations, or a website? the website is lemarscommunitytheatre.o rg and
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reservations right there if you like. starting friday at the le mars community theatre. jeff neary, you're on the board and you're in the play. that's right. thanks for joining us. thank you. thank you for joining us around siouxland. >>
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