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saturday night. authorities say the 37- year old woman had been stabbed several times. she was pronounced dead at the local hospital. the man, ao 37, was also taken to the hospital, but police have not released details about his wounds. their names 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 about this type of stuff. you always 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. sioux city police say no charges are being filed in a stabbing that sent two brothers to the hospital on sunday, because the men are not cooperating with investigators. police say it appears the men
15- hundred block of pierce street. authorities say their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. their names have not been released. the madison county, nebraska sheriff's office is working to identify a body found in a field. investigators say hunters in the area found the human remains east of tilden. they say the body appears to have been in the field for months. investigators say there is not reason to suspect foul play at this time. an uber driver accused of going on a killing spree in michigan saturday night makes his first appearance in court. nbc's chris pollone has the story.
hours saturday night, all while continuing to give rides to unsuspecting passengers. but as of now, they still don't know why it happened and what, if anything ties the victims together. sound jeff getting - kalamazoo prosecutor :36-:49 "this was not just a momentary lapse, this was not just a crime. there was not something to provoke this. there are video tapes of these incidents. he walked up on these people and shot them." in all, eight people were shot in three separate locations. a woman at an apartment complex a father and son at a car dealership and five people in a restaurant parking lot among the dead there, bart nye's mother and aunt best friends who were a play. sound bart nye - grandmother killed 1:05-1:09 "i don't know how i'm going to explain this to my son, that he doesn't gets to see his grandma again," natural sound people in the community still stunned over these seemingly random killings have come together to pray for the bradley - st. augustine kalamazoo 1:16-1:28 "when we ask why these 6 people, people of all ages - all walks of life, innocent, minding their own business where so violently taken from
uber says dalton passed a background check. police say he has no prior criminal record. chris pollone nbc news new york. >> two people remain hospitalized the first woman shot, who's a mother of three and a 14 year old girl who was critically injured. a group of survivors of the sandy hook shooting are filing a lawsuit against gun-maker remington. an attorney representing the families of nine victims and a teacher who survived announced the lawsuit today. the case has the potential to make history if it goes to trial. the gunman unloaded 154 rounds from a ar-15 semicauto matic rifle. tweny first-graders and six educators died in the shooting in newtown, connecticut. (s/ bill sherlach/ wife killed at sandy hook :09) "much like cigarettes. for years, they knew, they knew cigarettes were killing you. and what's happened in the meantime? no advertising. warning labels. scientific studies." the gunmaker says it's protected by a federal law shielding them from most lawsuits over criminal use of their products.
using counterfeit bills to make since august. 38-year-old fernando morales is charged with eight counts of forgery and several other crimes. court documents say he would use the counterfeit bills himself or give the bills to others. he would run away when confronted by the fakes. sioux city police say they have been looking for morales for moths. they say he was hard to find becuase he does not have a permanent address. a woman who authorities say was bitten by a tiger while trespassing at the omaha zoo a few months ago has been arrested in another case. this time she's accused of trying to bite an officer. a police report says jacqueline eide tried to bit the officer as she was being booked into custody over the weekend. police say she was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct and having an open liquor container in a public place. in november, eide was treated for finger injuries after trying to pet the tiger (matt) it was a bit of a gloomy start to the work week. (sheila)
here to tell us more is chief meteorlogist ron demers with our first look at the forecast at 5. many of us woke up to some pretty dense fog to start off our workweek. while the fog lessened during the day, the clouds did not. tonight those clouds may produce a light mix across the area with northern siouxland maybe seeing some minor accumulation through tuesday morning although we should all stay decently below an inch. we'll also have to deal with some areas of fog tonight into early tuesday.
(sheila) south dakota goverr dennis daugaard plans to meet with a group of transgender people tomorrow. (matt) he's trying to decide whether to make south dakota the first in the u-s to require students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond to their sex at birth. daugaard's office said today the governor will meet with the group. the center for equality asked for the meeting. they are a non-profit based out of sioux falls. daugaard hasn't said if he plans to sign the bill into law nevada is next up in the republican race for the white house - and donald trump's odds are looking good. right now marco rubio and ted cruz are battling it out for second-place. brian mooar with the latest from washington.
out ted cruz for second place. a fight that's getting even more personal. sot: sen. marco rubio (r- presidential candidate) :26-:30 "every single day something comes out of the cruz campaign that's deceptive and untrue." rubio decried a cruz campaign video questioning his religious faith as the latest in a series of dirty tricks. this afternoon - cruz acknowledge d the video was false - and asked his communicatio ns director, rick tyler, to resign. sen. ted cruz (r- presidential candidate) :45- :47 "this was a grave error of judgment." as rubio questions cruz's honesty ... cruz questions rubio's ability to win. sen. ted cruz (r- presidential candidate) :53- :58 "there are only two of us who have won a state so far - me and donald trump." march first - super tuesday - could prove decisive - with nearly six hundred delegates up for grabs ... including those in virginia ... where john kasich is being forced to clarify this statement about how women supported him in the 1970s. sot: gov. john kasich (r- presidential candidate) 1:12-1:23 "we just got an army of people who - and many women who left their kitchens to go out and go door to door and to put yard signs up for me. all the
were different." and things will be different - with super tuesday looming as a potential game-changer in the gop race. (two second pause) audio outcue: "brian mooar, nbc news, washington." >> the u-s supreme court is back in session today. for the first time since the scalia. scalia died earlier this month ranch. he was 79 years old. president obama has vowed to pick a supreme court nominee to fill the vacancy. republicans argue naming a successor should be a job for the next president. singer kesha...has gained another major suppporter in her legal fight against her producer dr. luke. a taylor swift spokesperson says the singer donated 250- thousand dollars to kesha to help with any financial needs. on friday....kesha lost a court fight with her producer -- who she claims drugged and raped her. a new york judge refused to release kesha from her contract. stars like lady gaga... demi lovato... and ariana grande have spoken out in support of kesha. still to come on live at
syria could go into effect this weekend. (matt) that's according to a western diplomat with intimate knowledge of the talks. in a joint statement, the u-s and russia said the "cessation of hostilities" is the result of talks between the two countries, as co-chairs of the international syria support group. the white house says president obama called russian president vladimir putin today to discuss the truce. white house press secretary josh earnest said the call was made on putin's request. strangers risked their lives to save a man pinned inside a burning vehicle.
but witnesses ran "toward" this burning s-u-v on a tennessee highway yesterday. the driver was sideswiped, went off the road and hit a pole in memphis. that's when the vehicle burst into flames. with no time to spare, other drivers and a k-9 unit worked feverishly to free the man. and they did it- moments before the fire engulfed the vehicle. everything inside- charred. except, for a bible. it was found intact among the flames. medics took the driver to a hospital in non-critical condition. a tour bus overturned on a missouri highway this morning after being hit by a tractor trailer. police say the charter bus was heading from saint louis to overland park when it got a flat tire along interstate 70. while the bus was on the side of the road, it was sideswiped by a semi-truck - which caused the bus to flip over. all 10 people on board the bus were taken to the hospital - including two who are listed in serious condition. it was a bit of a gloomy start to the work week. and it looks like a mix of precipitation is moving in tonight.
(matt)shaken after a weekend stabbing that left a woman dead and a man wounded. (sheila) if you're just getting home here's a quick look at today's headlines. 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 several times. sioux city police say no charges are being filed in a stabbing that sent 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- hundred block of pierce street. authorities say their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. and... the uber driver arrested for the
shooting spree was charged monday with six counts of murder. prosecutors say jason dalton conducted the killing spree over six hours saturday night. in all eight people were shot in three separte locations. that's a look at your just home headlines. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us with the forecast. many of us woke up to some pretty dense fog to start off our workweek. while the fog lessened during the day, the clouds did not. tonight those clouds may produce a light mix across the area with northern siouxland maybe seeing some minor accumulation through tuesday morning although we should all stay decently below an inch. we'll also have to deal with some areas of fog tonight into early tuesday. by wednesday, yet another quick moving system will give us another small chance of a light mix by the afternoon hours into the early overnight. skies should brighten better by thursday although some cooler air will move in by then
a potential for ice jam flooding in the fort dodge area due to the recent above-average temperatures. (sheila) several jams were reported overnight along the des moines river basin. river rises of three to four feet have occurred behind the jams. they can lead to flash flooding of low lying areas. some flood warnings were in place in boone, dallas, greene, and webster counties. the jams are expected to move south down the des moines river. already, the des moines and the
stage in des moines. the decorah eagles have started a new family. the raptor resource project says a second egg was laid last night. they say followers around the world watch the live stream. we have a link to that live stream on our website. just go to ktiv dot com. when we come back....how one airport is using man's best friend to lighten the
terminal one. (sot patti anderson / spirit lifter :11-13) "our job is to decrease stress in people." they're part of the airports animal ambassador program launched over the past year. putting man's best friend - in touch with travelers. (sot patti anderson / spirit lifter :21-30) "it's very solid research that petting, not only a dog - but warm blooded fur coated animals reduces stress and lowers blood pressure." nats "feel how soft he is." patti and ballad also volunteer at local va hospitals. but patti says their first day at the airport - completely caught her off guard. (sot patti anderson / spirit lifter :39-53) "one of our first customers stayed for about 15 minutes, sobbing crying. she had just buried somebody - immediate family member. her knees had gotten weak, she didn't think she could make it across the airport - she saw my dog. and just hugged him and sobbed and cried." travelers we talked with, today, say ballad is a breath of fresh air as they head to their gate. (sot mos no id :59-1:07) "it's relaxing to see a pet at the airport." "it was perfect timing too - i just had to say goodbye to my own pet and so it was really nice to be able to feel a little bit of love." a
travelers. also powerful for patti. (sot patti anderson / spirit lifter 1:12-1:21) "when you have the dog - there's all these smiles, and it releases endorphins. it's a gift that keeps giving and i'm really happy and excited to be part of the start of that gift." >> there are "not" therapy dogs at the airport all the time. there are about 20 different pets...filling various shifts right now. 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. we'll be right back after
siouxlanders to be extra cautious with their cash. coming up tonight on news 4 at six... how do you really know the difference between a real bill and a fake one? we'll have the answer... at six. and... every day vehicles and cyclists share the road. one bill in the iowa legislature is looking to make the roads safer for cyclists. and... the american heart association says e-cigarettes should be outlawed for minors and only be used as a last resort to quit smoking. we'll bring you the latest... at six. (matt) she waited all her life to see an african american in the white house and when 106-year-old virginia mclaurin finally did she couldn't contain her excitement. (sheila) in a video posted sunday night by the white house, the south carolina woman squealed in delight and busted a little dance move when she met the first couple. virginia was at the white house to celebrate black history month. she even busts a move with michelle obama. in 2014, virginia launched a social media campaign to meet the obamas. virginia says it was an honor to
also, hitting social media today.. kim kardashian west posted a photo of her 3-month-old son, saint west, for the first time. on her website, she said: "today is my dad's birthday. i know there's nothing more in the world he would have wanted than to meet his grandchildren." she also posted a photo of her father, robert kardashian, on instagram with the caption, "happy birthday dad! let's check in one more time with ron. tonight: light mix possible. low: 32 wind: se 5-10 mph tomorrow: morning mix? high: 43 wind: sw/n 10-20 mph thanks for joining us for news
breaking news. tonight an uber driver is charged with murder, and prosecutors say he admitted he's the gunman who went on a vicious rampage killing people in between picking up frightened passengers. breaking news in president. a major shake-up in the ted cruz campaign. a top aide fired. tonight is donald trump unstoppable? cosby's wife forced to testify as her husband's accusers take him to court. what did she know? cancer risk. from floors in so many country. the cdc says the toxic danger is worse than was first reported. and 106 years old